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  • Coach K: What's next for Duke legend, how his coaching style has changed

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    2/19/14

    Blue Devils basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski is a basketball icon, but where will he go from here? Sports Illustrated contributing writer Jeff Benedict, author of the cover story "The Education of Jabari Parker," and "60 Minutes Sports" correspondent Armen Keteyian talk about the coach's legacy and future and how he's changed over the years.moreless
  • Dr. Ruth talks sex and survival

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    10/28/13

    In this "Note to Self," Dr. Ruth Westheimer - one of the world's best-known sex therapists - writes about her life-and-death escape, loss, and living life to its fullest.
  • St. Louis' Gateway Arch celebrates 48 years

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    10/28/13

    The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, was completed 48 years ago today. Designed by Eero Saarinen, it symbolizes the westward expansion of the United States. Charlie Rose reports.
  • Da Vinci mural discovered under paint in castle outside Milan

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    10/28/13

    A mural by Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci -- hidden under layers of paint in a Italian castle for centuries -- has been discovered. Allen Pizzey reports on the priceless find.
  • Holiday airfares make a big price jump

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    10/28/13

    The Wall Street Journal reports Thanksgiving week flights in the U.S. and the Caribbean cost more than nine percent above last year and Christmas week fares are up more than seven percent. Travel editor Peter Greenberg talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about why flights cost so much and how it's still possible to save some money this holiday season.moreless
  • Saudi women protest gov't driving ban

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    10/28/13

    Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that doesn't allow women to drive. Even though there are no laws banning female drivers, authorities refuse to issue licenses. Holly Williams reports on how women there are taking to the road to defy the societal rule.moreless
  • Mary Steenburgen on "Last Vegas," marriage to Ted Danson and music

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    10/28/13

    Oscar winner Mary Steenburgen plays a lounge singer who gets caught up in a love triangle with two of men in CBS Films' "Last Vegas." She joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss her famous co-stars, her passionate interest in music, and her love for "heaven-sent" husband, Ted Danson.moreless
  • JFK assassination preventable, author says

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    10/28/13

    Nearly half a century after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former New York Times investigative reporter Philip Shenon has uncovered new evidence about the president's death. The author of "A Cruel and Shocking Act: The Secret History of the Kennedy Assassination" joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to explore how the Warren Commission was flawed, and questions that remain about the assassination.moreless
  • JFK assassination: Looking back at the day that changed America

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    10/28/13

    The assassination of President John F. Kennedy shocked the nation. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer reports on how the events that followed changed the nation forever.
  • Headlines at 8:30: Sylvester Stallone opens controversial art exhibit in Russia

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    10/28/13

    "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
  • Headlines: Michael Jackson doctor released after 2 years in jail

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    10/28/13

    "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
  • Great Britain hit with worst storm in years

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    10/28/13

    At least two people are dead as a ferocious storm batters Britain. Crews are searching for a 14-year-old swept to sea. Norah O'Donnell reports.
  • Superstorm Sandy: Still recovering one year later

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    10/28/13

    Superstorm Sandy barreled into the northeast one year ago Tuesday. The storm became the most destructive storm to ever strike the United States. CBS News correspondent Terrell Brown reports from Breezy Point, N.Y., where residents are struggling to rebuild.moreless
  • Obamacare: Thousands of health care plans canceled

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    10/28/13

    The management expert brought in to fix the HealthCare.gov website says it is fixable, but it will take until the end of November. For many, their introduction to the Affordable Care Act has been negative with a broken website, and cancellation notices concerning current insurance plans, and sticker shock over new plans. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jan Crawford reports.moreless
  • Morell: Enhanced interrogation techniques "inconsistent with American values"

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    10/28/13

    On "60 Minutes," former Deputy Director of National Intelligence John Miller asked retired CIA Deputy Director Mike Morell about controversial U.S. intelligence policy for terror detainees after September 11. Morell said he believes the techniques were "the wrong thing to do." Norah O'Donnell reports.moreless
  • NSA spying on foreign leaders: What did the President know about, and when?

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    10/28/13

    CBS News senior correspondent and former Deputy Director of National Intelligence John Miller joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss what the president knew about NSA spying on foreign leaders. Also, Miller talked about how U.S. spying operations work and how the U.S. intelligence infrastructure compares to other countries'.moreless
  • Obama was unaware NSA was spying on allies, White House says

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    10/28/13

    President Obama did not know the NSA was eavesdropping on dozens of world leaders until the White House uncovered the operation this past summer, a new report says. Now, the disclosure of the spying operation is disrupting America's relations with some of its closest allies. CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.moreless
  • Fitz and The Tantrums perform "The Walker"

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    10/26/13

    While its sound is new, Fitz and The Tantrums are very much in tune with some of the best soul pop music of 30 and 40 years ago. The indie pop band performs "The Walker" from its latest album "More Than Just a Dream" on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."moreless
  • Second Cup Cafe: Fitz and The Tantrums

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    10/26/13

    Soulful indie pop band Fitz and The Tantrums join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" for Second Cup Cafe, performing "Out of My League" from its latest album "More Than Just a Dream."
  • Henry Ford's assembly line turns 100

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    10/26/13

    The American innovation that helped create the middle class is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Dean Reynolds went to the original Ford factory in Detroit where Henry Ford's assembly line was first used.
  • Jerusalem film takes viewer deep inside Holy City

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    10/26/13

    The new film "Jerusalem: The Movie" filmed in 3-D for IMAX and giant screen cinemas, takes viewers inside the historic city often called the closest place to God. Producer of "Jerusalem," Taran Davies, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on the film.moreless
  • What 101 objects made America? Find out what the Smithsonian says

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    10/26/13

    Smithsonian curators choose 101 artifacts from the museum's warehouses that defined key moments in America's history. Richard Kurin, Smithsonian undersecretary for art, history and culture, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the year-in-the-making project.moreless
  • Kim Jong Un awarded doctorate in economics

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    10/26/13

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was awarded an honorary doctorate in economics from a university in Malaysia. The award was given in hopes to build a bridge between Malaysia and the North Korean people.moreless
  • Sandy anniversary marked by photography exhibit

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    10/26/13

    The northeast was blasted by Hurricane Sandy nearly one year ago, devastating towns all along the Eastern Seaboard. To mark the anniversary, the Museum of the City of New York has prepared a new show - "Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy." The museum's curator of prints and photographs, Sean Corcoran, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on the powerful photography of the show.moreless
  • Nigerian rebels in contact with U.S. sailors' kidnappers

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    10/26/13

    The two American sailors kidnapped by pirates off Nigeria remain missing, but there's word their captors have contacted a Nigerian rebel group that claims it can help ensure the sailors get home safely. Anthony Mason reports.moreless
  • Millions to contribute on Make a Difference Day

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    10/26/13

    Millions of Americans will contribute their time and effort to community service for Make a Difference Day on Saturday. Maryam Banikarim, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of the Gannett Company, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss this nationwide effort in community service.moreless
  • Morning Rounds: Hope for the hairless

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    10/26/13

    CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new breakthrough in hair replacement and the rest of the week's medical news.moreless
  • Billionaire benefactor changing the face of Los Angeles

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    10/26/13

    Billionaire Wallis Annenberg's foundation has given away $4.2 billion to fund nearly 10,000 arts projects. In a joint venture with National Geographic, her Annenberg Center of Photography is set to open a new photo exhibit in Los Angeles. Recently, the heiress sat down with Bill Whitaker to share why giving away her money brings her so much joy.moreless
  • Brett Favre to stay retired

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    10/26/13

    Citing the toll that playing football has taken on his health, former NFL quarterback Brett Favre says he will not come out of retirement despite interest in him returning to the field. Bill Rhoden, sports columnist for The New York Times, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to talk Favre, football, and more.moreless
  • Gas prices expected to drop nationwide

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    10/26/13

    Gas prices are headed down, with the national average expected to hover around $3.15 by Christmas. Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst for GasBuddy.com, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to with analysis on what's behind the price drop.moreless
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