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The oldest and most-watched newsmagazine on television gets the real story on America's most prevalent issues. CBS News correspondents contribute segments to each hourlong episode. Topics range from hard news coverage to politics, lifestyle, pop culture, business, health, and science. The correspondents and contributors include Sharyn Alfonsi, Anderson Cooper, Steve Kroft, Lara Logan, Norah O'Donnell, Scott Pelley, Charlie Rose, Lesley Stahl, Jon Wertheim, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Whitaker.

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Four men face trial for bringing down Malaysia Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine; controversy over public monuments to the Confederacy; the modernized vision of "West Side Story."
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The long-term impact of the water crisis on children in Flint, Mich.; architect Chris Downey finds a way to keep working after he loses his sight; tennis player Rafael Nadal.
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Election officials explore ways to keep the public safe while voting during the COVID-19 pandemic; the distribution of flawed COVID-19 antibody tests; probiotics.
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The connections between drug companies and the opioid epidemic; Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo.
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The Greenwood Massacre of 1921; the challenges colleges face as the institutions prepare to reopen amid the still-present pandemic; the Merit Systems Protection Board's backlog of cases.
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Great white sharks near U.S. beaches; the wolves of Yellowstone National Park; photographer Joel Sartore's attempts to photograph every living species in captivity.

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