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'60 Minutes' Journalist Morley Safer Dies at 84
The legendary correspondent passes away one week after announcing his retirement.
A Tribute to Veteran '60 Minutes' Newsman Morley Safer
Safer, who exposed atrocity in Vietnam that helped change Americans' view of the war, died at age 84.
'60 Minutes' Newsman Morley Safer Dead at 84
The veteran reporter recently retired from the long-running CBS News broadcast.
Artist Creates a Stir With Coffee Paintings
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Andy Rooney Passes Away
Some sad news to report this morning about one of the biggest names in our business CBS newsman and sixty minutes commentator Andy Rooney has guy 92 years old. ABC's George Stephanopoulos has a look back now at a remarkable career. You know something I don't like chocolate chip cookies. He was
Bernie Madoff and Wife Ruth Attempted Suicide
The wife of convicted Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff says that she and Bernie were so upset after the collapse of his multi-billion-dollar fraud that they decided to commit suicide together on Christmas Eve. "I don't know whose idea it was, but we decided to kill ourselves because it was so horrendous
Vincent van Gogh Murdered? New Book Presents Different Account of Artist’s Death
Experts have said for more than 100 years that post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh walked to a wheat field on July 27, 1890, shot himself in the chest with a pistol, then died two days later in his room at the age of 37. But a new...
Andy Rooney to End Regular ’60 Minutes’ Segment on Sunday
After more than 33 years with “60 Minutes,” Andy Rooney’s run has come to an end. CBS announced today that the veteran television personality will deliver his last original essay for the news magazine on Sunday, Oct. 2. It will be his final regular appearance...
Back in the days before tight airport security, Gene Kohn would find out who was sitting next to any of the free seats in first class. If it was someone interesting, he'd nab the free seat. It's how the now silver-haired partner of New York City-based architecture firm Kohn Peterson Fox managed to
Judge Judy Rules No-Nonsense Court
Judy Sheindlin on Tough-Love Approach, Daytime TV Rivalries and 2013 Retirement