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60 Minutes Honor Thy Children [electronic resource]: Classic

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This 60 Minutes Classic segment gives an update on a 1982 60 Minutes segment which looks at American-Asian children left behind in Vietnam after the war. Mike Wallace reports.
Online
1999
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60 Minutes: McCullough Part 1 [electronic resource]

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June 30, 2013 - Popular author and historian David McCullough guides Morley Safer on an American historical journey, discovering many issues of today are the same as those of long ago.
Online
2013
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60 Minutes: McCullough Part 2 [electronic resource]

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June 30, 2013 - Morley Safer accompanies author/historian David McCullough to Paris, the most important city in the world at the founding of the U.S. and a place that had a profound influence on the new nation.
Online
2013
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60 Minutes: The Capitol Dome [electronic resource]

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May 15, 2014 - The iconic skyline symbol of our democracy, the dome of the Capitol in Washington D.C., has not been refurbished in over 50 years. Scott Pelley reports on an ambitious restoration project for the 150-year-old structure.
Online
2014
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60 Minutes 9/11 Part 1 [electronic resource]: Before and After

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Former White House terrorism advisor Richard Clarke tells Correspondent Lesley Stahl that on Sept. 11, 2001, and the day after - when it was clear al Qaeda had carried out the terrorist attacks - the Bush administration was considering bombing Iraq in retaliation.
Online
2004
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60 Minutes 9/11 Part 2 [electronic resource]: Before and After

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Former White House terrorism advisor Richard Clarke tells Correspondent Lesley Stahl that on Sept. 11, 2001, and the day after - when it was clear al Qaeda had carried out the terrorist attacks - the Bush administration was considering bombing Iraq in retaliation.
Online
2004
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60 Minutes: Back to My Lai [electronic resource]

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March 29, 1998 - Larry Colburn and Hugh Thompson, members of an Army helicopter crew, risked their lives in 1968 to save Vietnamese civilians from American GIs during the My Lai massacre. Now, Colburn and Thompson return to My Lai with Mike Wallace to meet the survivors.
Online
1998
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60 Minutes: The Aviator and the President [electronic resource]

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"The Aviator and the President" A connection between Howard Hughes and Richard Nixon is explored. Lesley Stahl reports.
Online
2005
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60 Minutes: The Execution of Timothy McVeigh Part 1 [electronic resource]

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September 17, 2008 - Ed Bradley interviews Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, in McVeigh's only television interview.
Online
2008
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60 Minutes: The Execution of Timothy McVeigh Part 2 [electronic resource]

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September 17, 2008 - Ed Bradley interviews Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh in McVeigh's only television interview.
Online
2008
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60 Minutes: The Rosenberg Case [electronic resource]

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Morley Safer interviews political activist, and later fugitive, Susan Rosenberg.
Online
2000
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60 Minutes: OK Bomb [electronic resource]

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The FBI on ordered a formal review of some aspects of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing investigation, reopening the question of whether Timothy McVeigh may have had more accomplices in the worst domestic terrorist attack in U.S. history. Dan Rather reports.
Online
2001
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60 Minutes: A Nation Divided [electronic resource]

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The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is unique in that it has existed for nearly three centuries as a mixture of Indians and blacks, runaway slaves who joined the Indians as warriors in Florida. But belated government payouts for lost land has threatened to divide them. Vicki Mabrey reports.
Online
2002
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60 Minutes: Agent Orange [electronic resource]

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Almost 4 decades after the Vietnam war ended the U.S. government has finally agreed to help clean up the highly toxic dioxin residue left behind at its former airfield in Danang. It was the main air base where the defoliant Agent Orange was loaded onto planes and sprayed on jungles to deny cover to Vietnamese fighters. In this report producer Andrew Tkach and Christiane Amanpour examined the terrible toll dioxin may have had on U.S. servicemen and Vietnamese civilians.
Online
1999
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60 Minutes: Baptism of Fire [electronic resource]

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Morley Safer goes back to a 1965 CBS Evening News broadcast and revisits a group of American soldiers who in 1965 were facing the reality of war for the first time - in Vietnam.
Online
2002
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60 Minutes: JFK Jr. [electronic resource]

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Morley Safer profiles John F. Kennedy, Jr. following his death in 1999.
Online
1999
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60 Minutes: Kissinger [electronic resource]

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Lesley Stahl profiles former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, who just wrote his memoir, 'Years of Renewal'.
Online
1999
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60 Minutes: Leave No One Behind [electronic resource]

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60 Minutes II reports on teams of investigators on a forensic search for lost war heroes. Vicki Mabrey reports.
Online
2004
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60 Minutes: Married to the Mob [electronic resource]

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In the 1920s, Al Capone and his gangsters, looking for a safe and protected place, moved their headquarters from Chicago to Cicero, Ill., a small town just west of the city. Some people, including a recent police chief there, say the mob never left. Carol Marin reports.
Online
2000
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CBS Sunday Morning: JFK Letters

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November 17, 2013, 10:59 AM - The life of John F. Kennedy can be traced through the letters that he sent and received before and during his Presidency. Thousands of them are stored at the JFK Presidential Library and Museum, and that's where Michelle Miller went to see this priceless correspondence brought out of the archives.
Online
2013