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Family, friends reflect on legacy of KKK murder victim
Viola Liuzzo, a Detroit housewife and mother of five, was the only white woman the Ku Klux Klan murdered during the civil rights movement. As Mark Strassmann explains, her death helped further the cause of equality and justice leading then President Johnson to sign the Voting Rights Act.
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With return to Iowa, Hillary Clinton fuels presidential speculation
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Iowa, the first-in-the-nation caucus state, for the first time since she finished third there in early 2008. Her return is fueling a lot of speculation about her plans for 2016. Nancy Cordes reports.
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A team of rivals unites on the football field
For years, Martin Luther King and Germantown high schools in Philadelphia were archrivals. Then, an $81 million budget deficit forced the city to merge the two schools. But on the football field, what was before a team of rivals united as one against the odds. Don Dahler reports.
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Facing growing controversy, Carolina Panthers deactivate Greg Hardy
There’s more fallout over the NFL’s handling of domestic violence cases. Just before game time on Sunday, the Carolina Panthers said they were deactivating defensive end Greg Hardy, who is appealing a July domestic violence conviction. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Are Arab nations willing to commit to war against ISIS?
The US says it has found Arab nations willing to commit military assets - some even ground troops- but says it's too early to name specific countries. Secretary of State John Kerry says he expects regional allies to help on a number of fronts. They range from humanitarian aid to going after ISIS finances and its sophisticated propaganda machine. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Is the way we pay for things changing?
A new study by Bankrate says 63 percent of those between the ages of 18 and 29 don’t have a credit card. But debit cards are the payment tool of choice. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains what’s behind this trend.
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Uncertainty as Scottish independence vote nears
Scottish voters will decide in just four days whether to break away from the United Kingdom and form their own independent nation. As Mark Phillips explains, the contest is going right down to the wire.
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British PM David Cameron vows to "destroy" ISIS
Reacting to the beheading of a British aid worker by ISIS, Prime Minister Cameron said his country will do everything it can to end the extremists’ terror campaign. He described the act depicted in an online video as “pure evil”. Charlie D’Agata reports.
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Hillary Clinton rallies Iowa Democrats at Harkin Steak Fry
Clinton praised President Obama and rallied Democrats to turn out for the 2014 midterms during her first public event in Iowa since the 2008 presidential campaign.
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Brother of executed British aid worker David Haines speaks
Mike Haines gave an emotional on-camera tribute to his brother David, a British aid worker who was executed by the extremist group ISIS.