November 17th, 2013
01:06 PM ET

60 Minutes correction controversy

Errol Louis, Lynn Sweet, Dylan Byers and Terence Smith join guest host Frank Sesno to discuss the 60 Minutes apology for their botched Benghazi story; did it go far enough?

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    You may feel this is off topic, but there is a rebuttal from Vinod Khosla calling out a number of factual errors in the most recent 60 Minutes piece on clean-tech.[1]

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    [1] http://finance.fortune.cnn.com/2014/01/14/vinod-khosla-hits-back-at-60-minutes/

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