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Morley Safer, <em>60 Minutes</em>

Morley Safer Dies at 84

Morley Safer, the longtime 60 Minutes correspondent who retired just last week, died Thursday, CBS News reports. He was 84. Safer spent more than 40 years on 60 Minutes, but announced his retirement last Wednesday. On Sunday, CBS aired a retrospecti… Read more

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Ted Kennedy feared assassination, penned letter
01:49 — Patrick Kennedy reveals details about a letter his father, Sen. Ted Kennedy, wrote to him during his 1980 presidential campaign in the event he was as (more…)
The Hidden Holocaust
13:46 — A priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR. Lara Logan reports.
Preview: Gold Star Parents
00:45 — People who have lost loved ones in military service are attending an annual gathering where they can remember their fallen family members with others (more…)
A toast to Morley Safer
13:21 — 60 Minutes salutes Morley Safer with a look back at one of his favorite reports, "All in the Family," about the Antinori family of Italy, winemakers s (more…)

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Sun Jul 24 7:00pm
60 MinutesNew(Season 48, Episode 47) CBS

Lara Logan profiles Father Patrick Desbois who is determined to find the forgotten victims of the Holocaust; Bill Whitaker reports on the people behind the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Sun Jul 31 7:00pm
60 MinutesNew CBS
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