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"Sunday Morning" Almanac: The giant squid


And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: December 4th, 2006, 10 years ago today … the video debut of an elusive ocean beast. For that was the day Japanese researchers, in a worldwide first, actually videotaped a live giant squid as they attempted to capture it in the …

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Inside the Trump-Clinton campaign staffers clash


The presidential campaign that most folks were glad to see end suddenly re-erupted last night at a post-election forum at the Kennedy School of Government, at Harvard. “I would rather lose than win the way you guys did,” said Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri. “No you wouldn’t,” said Trump …

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Judge declares mistrial in Michael Slager case


CHARLESTON, S.C. – The judge in the case of a former South Carolina police officer who shot a fleeing black man has declared a mistrial. Michael Slager, who is white, is charged in the death of 50-year-old Walter Scott, who was shot five times in the back in April 2015 as he fled …

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The Psychiatrist and the Selfie


Produced by Clare Friedland, Susan Mallie, Chris Young Ritzen and Mead Stone NEW YORK CITY – “There’s never gonna be a night I don’t fall asleep feeling awful for what I’ve done,” Jacob Nolan told “48 Hours” correspondent Peter Van Sant. To this day, Jake insists his mind was not …

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Mike Pence's D.C. neighbors are hanging rainbow flags


Last Updated Dec 2, 2016 5:58 PM EST While Mike Pence waits for Inauguration Day to move into his new home at the vice president’s residence in Washington, D.C., he’s renting a house in the nearby Chevy Chase neighborhood in Northwest D.C. Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s temporary residence in Chevy …

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Clock is ticking on key IRS deadline for retirees


Will you have you reached age 70-1/2 by the end of this year? If so, you face a looming tax deadline — the IRS required minimum distribution (RMD) from deductible IRAs and retirement accounts. You must withdraw minimum amounts from these accounts or face hefty IRS penalties. The IRS’ required …

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Remembering Pearl Harbor, 75 years later


The Japanese attack on December 7th,1941, sparked the defiant battle cry: “REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR.” And even 75 years later, the dwindling ranks of those who watched the attack happen remember it still. Our Cover Story is reported by Lee Cowan: Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor: It was just a place before it …

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