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December 22nd, 2013
01:13 PM ET

Credibility crisis for “60 Minutes”?

After another 60 Minutes report gets panned, Michael Calderone, Ryan Lizza, Alicia Shepard and Brian Stelter look at what’s going wrong at the venerable CBS news magazine.


Filed under: 60 Minutes • CBS
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