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Sneak peek: The War in Chicago
An honor student who marched in the Obama inaugural parade is shot dead on a Chicago street. A "48 Hours" investigation into drugs, guns, gangs and the battle for Chicago. Maureen Maher and Armen Keteyian report Saturday, June 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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9/21: Firefighters struggle as California wildfires grow; Composer honors Sandy Hook Victims with “A Child’s Requiem”
Gray skies were a welcome change for the more than 5,000 firefighters in California hoping for a break. They’ve been battling a massive wildfire east of Sacramento for over a week; and, Since the 2012 shooting at Sand Hook Elementary School, playgrounds and parks have been built to honor the young victims. But as Don Dahler explains, one man is honoring them with his music.
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Years after disaster, Japan to restart two nuclear reactors
Three and a half years later after an earthquake and tsunami caused nuclear disaster in Japan, inspectors have cleared two reactors to go back online. Operators of Japan’s Sendai nuclear plant boosted protections against earthquakes and tripled the height of its tsunami seawall. Seth Doane reports.
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Steve Coleman on being a "MacArthur Genius"
The jazz saxophonist and composer talks about his musical education, and of being named a MacArthur Fellow for his artistic innovation.
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Composer honors Sandy Hook Victims with “A Child’s Requiem”
Since the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, playgrounds and parks have been built to honor the young victims. But as Don Dahler explains, one man is honoring them with his music.
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Bike accident puts woman in critical condition
A 58-year-old Connecticut woman remains in critical condition tonight after she was hit by a bicyclist in a New York City crosswalk. The accident shines a light on what is expected to be a growing problem between pedestrians and bikers. Vinita Nair reports.
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Manhunt for Pa. cop shooting suspect enters 9th day
Nine days after the shooting that killed one Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another, suspect Eric Frein remains at large. And as Vladimir Duthiers explains, people across a large rural area remain in a state of fear.
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Turkish president calls freedom of ISIS hostages “covert rescue operation”
The Turkish government has refused to divulge any details of what led to the release of dozens of hostages from the grip of ISIS militants. Today, all Turkish President Erdogan would say is that it was a “covert rescue operation.” Charlie D’Agata reports.
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White House jumper was an Iraq veteran with PTSD, family says
The Secret Service says it has increased security in and around the White House while it investigates Friday's historic security breach. Family members of the jumper told CBS News that he is a military veteran who developed severe mental problems — including post-traumatic stress disorder — during his three tours in Iraq. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Firefighters struggle as California wildfires grow
Gray skies were a welcome change for the more than 5,000 firefighters in California hoping for a break. They’ve been battling a massive wildfire east of Sacramento for over a week. Carter Evans reports.