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Senior national security officials say they were attacked by an invisible weapon. What was it and who did it? 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
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“They [are] intentionally misleading people.” Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling told 60 Minutes in 2021 that Rudy Giuliani selectively edited surveillance video from Fulton County to question the integrity of Georgia’s election. cbsn.ws/3tRMUtj
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“Maybe they were just trying to intimidate me and cajole me into something. It wasn’t going to happen.” In January 2021, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger described President Trump’s pressure campaign to change the outcome of the 2020 election cbsn.ws/3zPUlFr
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Lesley Stahl speaks with Trevor Noah, comedy producer Ryan Harduth and “The Daily Show” producer David Kibuuka about their relationship and what makes Noah so successful. cbsn.ws/3aUsYPU
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Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has had his political opponents beaten and thrown in jail and passed legislation making criticism of the government a form of treason. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the loss of democracy in Nicaragua. cbsn.ws/3O6WVeh
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For years, the UK has welcomed oligarchs with few questions asked about their fortunes. Now, British intelligence is warning that Russian money is propping up Putin's regime -- and that some of it is helping fund the war in Ukraine. cbsn.ws/3N6Qs1C
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When Trevor Noah was offered the host chair at “The Daily Show,” he says it meant taking a pay cut and giving up his life on the road. It also provided him with a more permanent home. cbsn.ws/3mXtH5P
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“People didn’t even know me and they hated the idea of me,” Trevor Noah says about the beginning of his tenure as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.” cbsn.ws/3mXtH5P
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“We are doing all this effort...to go to the international community, because there's nothing we can do in Nicaragua,” says Berta Valle, whose husband Felix Maradiaga was a vocal critic of Daniel Ortega and was arrested in June 2021. cbsn.ws/39uIRw9
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In 2018, Nicaraguans revolted. Thousands took to the streets to protest Ortega’s proposed cuts to social security for seniors. The demonstrators were met with force. Thousands were injured, 700+ were arrested, and at least 350 were killed. cbsn.ws/39uIRw9
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“This is London’s core industry. This is what we do: transforming thugs into aristocrats 24-hours a day.” Journalist and author Oliver Bullough showed @BillWhitakerCBS around London to explain how the London “laundromat” works. cbsn.ws/39x4PyK
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Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the UK has welcomed Russian oligarchs, and asking few questions about their fortunes. Fmr. MP Dominic Grieve’s 2019 report found it was so easy to wash dirty money in Britain, the visa program became known as the laundromat.
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"They sent the new kid." Lesley Stahl looks back on how she got to cover Watergate — and how Washington "changed forever." "Watergate: High Crimes in the White House," tonight at 9pm ET on @CBSNews. cbsn.ws/39vvCLV
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“I really felt the White House had control of the situation.” In 1974, Nixon political saboteur Donald Segretti shared with Mike Wallace how he viewed the Nixon White House’s cover up of the Watergate break in. Segretti went to prison for his actions. cbsn.ws/3OiKGuT
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.@60Minutes@LesleyRStahl, then a young reporter for @CBSNews, recalls when covered the arraignment of the 1972 Watergate burglars. "There was just all of these funny references and connections to the CIA. So you knew something was fishy right away." cbsnews.com/news/watergate-5…
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50 years after the Watergate break-in tore through Washington, Lesley Stahl discusses what it was like covering the scandal as a young reporter in a new doc, "Watergate: High Crimes in the White House." Tonight, at 9pm ET on @CBSNews.
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In 1974, Egil Krogh, who once ran Nixon’s “White House Plumbers,” tasked by the president with plugging leaks, told Mike Wallace why he believed President Richard Nixon did not know of and did not take part in the Watergate cover up. cbsn.ws/39xj06W
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Sue Bird has announced her retirement. Earlier this year, Bird told @jon_wertheim she began thinking about retirement in 2021, but fans chanting, “one more year” after a season-ending playoff loss swayed her decision. cbsn.ws/3qhWBj2
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“I always wanted to belong, that I think has been a gift and a curse in life.” Sunday, Trevor Noah speaks with Lesley Stahl about what he thinks is the secret to his success.
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