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President Trump says the U.S. is ready to pull out of an arms control deal with Russia, saying the country has violated the Cold War-era... [Read More]
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Four American tourists and a Costa Rican guide were killed in a weekend rafting accident in the Central American country. [Read More]
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Health officials say they're seeing signs of mental problems in residents more than a week after the storm as long-term recovery could take years... [Read More]
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Inside the genetic genealogy being used to solve crimes; then, why has the New York City subway gone off the rails?; and, how an Oklahoma... [Read More]
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"Veep" actress and "Seinfeld" alum is 21st person to be honored with the award by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts... [Read More]
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A rarely-seen deep sea swimming cucumber called Enypniastes eximia — a.k.a. the ""headless chicken monster"" — was filmed for the first time in the Antarctic... [Read More]
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60 Minutes goes inside one of the busiest subway systems in the world to find out why the trains aren't running on time. Bill Whitaker... [Read More]
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Steve Kroft reports on how a new tool that uses a mixture of DNA analysis and family genealogy has been helping law enforcement crack cold... [Read More]
A man suspected in his girlfriend's murder swears he didn't do it – can his Fitbit prove he's innocent? [Read More]
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Trump questions Saudi story on Jamal Khashoggi death; "Operation Find and Fix" works to repair faulty airbags... [Read More]
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On "60 Minutes," Andy Byford, the new president of transit for the MTA, tells Bill Whitaker how he plans to fix the New York City... [Read More]
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Paula Armentrout, vice president of Parabon NanoLabs, talks about leading a project at the company which turned out to be her entry to the world... [Read More]
Paula and Steve Armentrout explain how Parabon determines the viability of forensic DNA from the crime labs and how they turn that biology into bits. [Read More]
From running with passengers to filming a wannabe Jimi Hendrix, shooting the sights and sounds of the subway was challenging -- and a whole lot... [Read More]
In 1990, Morley Safer reported that the New York City station wasn't so grand anymore, with a look at its commuters and resident homeless... [Read More]
The New York City subway system is as massive as it is decrepit, as admired as much as it is abhorred by the nearly six... [Read More]
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