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Tiger Woods made us realize it's OK to love an imperfect athlete
Global Markets Drop Sharply, Following Wall Street’s Slump
Johnson & Johnson vaccine set for FDA advisory committee review; Joe Biden urges unity with state governors. Latest COVID-19 updates
The FDA will hold an all-day meeting Friday to review data on Johnson & Johnson's candidate vaccine. Global deaths top 2.5M. Latest COVID-19 updates.
'I Was Dead For 40 Minutes'
I was extremely pale and I had no pulse. That's when Rachel, Tyler and Peter started performing CPR on me in rotation.
Spot the Mars Rover Family Portrait Perseverance Took to the Red Planet
The little decal can be seen in some of the images that NASA's rover has beamed back to Earth so far.
Tiger Woods is transferred to a new LA hospital as fellow golfers express their hopes for full recovery
Following a single-car accident Tuesday morning in California that resulted in significant leg injuries and requiring an extraction from his vehicle by first responders, Tiger Woods now begins the arduous process of rehabilitation after moving to another hospital.
Tiger Woods is transferred to a new LA hospital
Following a car accident Tuesday morning in California that resulted in significant leg injuries and required an extraction from his vehicle by first responders, Tiger Woods now begins the arduous recovery process.
Colorado GOP Chair Candidates Push 2020 Election Conspiracy Theory
The state hasn't voted for a Republican presidential candidate since George W. Bush was re-elected in 2004.
Iran, Syria Stress Alliance as Joe Biden Launches Airstrikes
The U.S. attacked Iranian-backed militias in Syria on Thursday in retaliation for attacks on U.S. and allied troops in Iraq earlier this month.
Nigerian Students Are Abducted in 2nd Kidnapping in Just Over a Week
The authorities declined to say how many students were taken in an area where a surge in armed militancy has led to a worsening breakdown of security.
Climate Change, Deforestation Threaten Monarch Butterfly Migration
The population of monarch butterflies that migrated south to Mexico to hibernate fell 26% from a year earlier.
Washington state Senate approves open carry ban at Capitol, permitted rallies in party-line vote
Washington state senators voted along party lines Thursday to pass a bill that would ban the open carry of firearms and other weapons both at the Capitol building in Olympia and within 250 feet of a permitted demonstration anywhere in the state.
President Biden Orders Missile Strike in Syria, Killing 1, Following Deadly Attack on Base in Iraq
The airstrike was the first military action undertaken by the Biden Administration
Overrule Senate Parliamentarian on $15 Minimum Wage, Progressives Say
The Senate parliamentarian ruled that boosting the minimum wage did not meet budget rules that would have avoided the filibuster.
Another Covid-19 surge hangs in the balance. This is how experts say we keep it from becoming reality
Even with slowed infection rates and increased vaccinations, officials say another devastating Covid-19 spike could be on the horizon depending on what the United States does next.
Another Covid-19 surge hangs in the balance
Even with slowed infection rates and increased vaccinations, officials say another devastating Covid-19 spike could be on the horizon depending on what the United States does next.
Weekend hindered by rain in the East and snow in the Northweast
Heavy rainfall is in store for parts of the East this weekend while heavy snow and wind impact the West Coast. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the impacts.
Florida resident reports shooting naked man carrying Bible: cops
A naked man knocking on doors at a South Florida apartment complex at midweek was shot by someone who then called 911 to turn himself in, police said.
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More than half of Americans want COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible: Poll
An increasing number of Americans are anxious to get COVID-19 vaccines as the rollout continues, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
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US warships in Persian Gulf have suffer COVID-19 outbreaks
Two U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf have suffered coronavirus outbreaks, the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet announced early Friday.  
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DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s sister dies of COVID-19 complications
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s sister died Wednesday from COVID-19 complications. Bowser announced in a statement that her only sister and oldest sibling, Mercia Bowser, died after battling COVID-19 related pneumonia at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. She was 64. “My family and I are mourning the loss of my sister, Mercia Bowser, who passed away this...
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DNA on Vanilla Coke can leads to break in 40-year-old Colorado murder cold case
DNA evidence taken from a can of Vanilla Coke helped Colorado police crack a decades-old murder case, according to a report. Investigators used a relatively new technology, called genetic geneology, to locate the suspect using DNA from family members whose biological information is already on file, either with a federal agency or a private company...
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Secretary of State Blinken to virtually 'visit' Mexico and Canada as borders remain restricted
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will virtually meet with officials in Mexico and Canada in his first trip "abroad" Friday, raising questions about when the three countries will reopen borders restricted under coronavirus restrictions nearly a year ago.       
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The return of Donald Trump: CPAC puts the Republican 2024 presidential primary front and center
Trump's appearance Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)  dominates the annual event at which conservative activists gather.       
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Biden’s pick for HHS sued the Trump administration, not a group of nuns
There’s a difference between suing nuns and suing the federal government in a case that nuns decide to join.
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Media downplay Cuomo sexual harassment allegations, while accuser takes no questions
The media, which generally pounce on stories about alleged sexual harassment by a politician, have played down or ignored this one about Cuomo
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NBC adds sci-fi show 'Debris' to lineup
Actors Jonathan Tucker and Riann Steele team up as agents in new sci-fi drama "Debris" - investigating mysterious wreckage falling from the sky. (Feb. 26)      
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Pelosi vows to keep minimum wage provision in House bill; Harris could act
The Senate's chief parliamentarian ruled Thursday that a federal minimum wage hike should not be included in the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, but the decision seemed to do little to deter House Democrats from continuing the fight—despite its nearly impossible odds in the Senate.
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US coronavirus cases plateau after weeks of sharp declines
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Facebook agrees to pay three news publishers in Australia
Facebook said on Friday that it had signed an agreement with three Australian news publishers one day after changes were made to a law requiring the tech giant to pay news companies to use their content. Facebook signed letters of intent with Private Media, Schwartz Media and Solstice Media. The full deal is expected to...
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Peter Gotti, mob boss brother of 'Dapper Don' John Gotti, dead at 81
Mobster Peter Gotti, the one-time Gambino crime boss and successor to brother John "Dapper Don" Gotti, died in North Carolina where he was serving time in federal prison. He was 81.
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New surveillance video shows the horrific attack on Lady Gaga's dog walker
The Los Angeles Police Department is examining horrifying surveillance video showing two individuals attacking Lady Gaga's dog walker, opening fire on him and then fleeing the scene with the singer's two French bulldogs.
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How to claim missing stimulus payments with the Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 tax returns
If you didn't receive a direct payment or you received less money than you were eligible for, you may be able to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit.     
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Steve Jobs, Apps for Autism
Steve Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography; Plus, how tablet computers and special applications are helping autistic people to communicate, some for the first time.
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Insiders, TASER, Freeman Hrabowski
Members of Congress can legally trade stock based on non-public information from Capitol Hill; Also, do some police officers reach for the Taser too quickly?; Plus, University of Maryland Baltimore County's Freeman Hrabowski.
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President Obama, Howard Buffett
Steve Kroft questions the president on a wide range of critical topics, including his performance in office, the U.S. economy and unemployment, and the budget woes in Washington; Plus, Warren Buffett has chosen his son Howard to succeed him as chairman of his multibillion dollar holding company. Lesley Stahl reports.
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Hard Times Generation, The Flavorists, Angelina
Scott Pelley brings "60 Minutes" cameras back to central Florida to document another form of family homelessness; Also, meet the scientists who create flavors that make foods and beverages tasty; Plus, international film star Angelina Jolie.
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There Goes the Neighborhood, The Gardens of the Queen, Meryl Streep
Bank foreclosures and abandonment are causing high home vacancy levels in neighborhoods across the country; Also, an underwater adventure to one of the world's most vibrant coral reefs; Plus, two-time Oscar-winner Meryl Streep.
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The Library, Mount Athos
The Vatican Library holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man and the "60 Minutes" cameras got to see the best of the best; Also, Bob Simon steps back in time and got rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on on The Holy Mountain, Mt. Athos.
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The Majority Leader, The Perfect Score, The ascent of Alex Honnold
Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor; Then, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others; Also, Mountain climber Alex Honnold seems to defy gravity by scaling sheer, steep rock faces with no rope and apparently no fear.
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Stem Cell Fraud, Marine Brothers, Most Expensive Food
The Internet is full of websites selling unproven stem cell treatments for incurable illnesses; Also, Marines call each other "brother," but in the Lone Star Battalion, there are five actual sets of brothers; Plus, The most expensive food in the world.
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Trapped in Unemployment, Treating Depression, Mozart of Chess
Scott Pelly reports on a new jobs program that is helping the long term unemployed; Then, a Harvard scientist says the placebo effect, not a drug's active ingredient, is helping people with depression; Finally, go inside the mind of 21-year-old chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen.
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60 Minutes Presents: Going to Extremes
Extreme sports: "Birdmen" who soar off cliffs in wingsuits; a climber who scales sheer mountain faces without climbing ropes; and divers who swim with Great White sharks. They're all on 60 Minutes Presents: Going to Extremes, hosted by Steve Kroft.
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Stuxnet, Archbishop of Dublin, Redshirting
First, the Stuxnet computer virus has officials asking if U.S. infrastructure is safe; Then, the sex abuse crisis in Ireland has turned the archbishop of Dublin into an outspoken critic; Also, Morley Safer reports on the rising trend of "redshirting."
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SpaceX, Face Blindness
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk wants his company, SpaceX, to build America's next manned spacecraft; Also, Imagine you couldn't recognize people's faces, and even your own family looked unfamiliar. Lesley Stahl reports on face blindness, a puzzling neurological disorder.
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Hard Measures, Hooked
Jose Rodriguez, the former head of the CIA's Clandestine Service, defends the "enhanced interrogation techniques" used on high-level al Qaeda detainees; And, Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, has revolutionized how science and medicine view addiction.
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Defense Secretary Panetta, Big Game Hunting, Parker And Stone
As secretary of defense, Leon Panetta is fighting multiple wars, pursuing al Qaeda, and trying to keep Iran from building an atom bomb. Scott Pelley reports; Then, some exotic animal species that are endangered in Africa are thriving on ranches in Texas, where a limited number are hunted for a high price. Lara Logan reports; Also, Matt Stone and Trey Parker are both both irreverent and heartwarming, just like their creations "South Park" and the hit Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon." Steve Kroft reports.
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Stuxnet, Qatar, The Most Expensive Food in The World
The success of the Stuxnet computer virus has U.S. officials asking if our own infrastructure is safe; Then, the Arab Spring is spreading, but not to Qatar. Bob Simon finds out what's keeping the peace; Also, a black market is emerging for the most expensive food in the world.
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