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CBS
Nov 27, 2016 7:30pm EST
way out. screams) where am i? ma'am, george?! (ominous music) t the window huh? hello? hello? well i guess you wanna be alone. okay. i can't open the door. miss? miss? (creaking) maybe that's not the best thing to think about right now. (audience laughs) ma'am? george?! (loud banging) - web! you here!? okay, he's gotta be with a friend. raymond, marvin, curtis. what's the difference, the phone's dead. darn this blizzard. this isn't the first time he's disappeared in this house! web! web! webster! his snow suit. web! - george?! - web? - [webster] george! - web! - george i don't know where i am! - did you touch anything?! - [webster] the bookcase. - just the bookcase? but anything in particular? - i don't know?! - well, don't worry about it, i'll get you out of here. - hurry george it's getting cold in here. - cold. 3rd down and two. (triumphant music) chicago bears against the baltimore colts! middle of december (audience laughs) johnny unitus hands the ball off to alan the horse ameche. where does he go? the middle of the line. who's there? papadapolis, papadapolis! he (screams). - [
CBS
Nov 6, 2016 7:30pm EST
he wasn't around, right, cass? - [cassie] right. - [george] so, i mean, the best thing i can do probably is stick around the house and wait for her to make maybe a phone call. - right. - what else should i do? - now you're gonna sit down and have some breakfast, right? - right, i'm gonna sit down and i'll have some breakfast. - tell you what we'll do, george, we'll do your favorite breakfast song. a one and a two and a ? yes, we'll slice the bananas ? we'll wait till the muffins pop up ? everybody! ? we'll bring out the butter and coffee ? and fill georgie porgie's big ? come on, george. - cup. - that's the spirit. you see that, cass? - there isn't any spirit. there's hardly a pulse. - i'm just trying to cheer the guy up. - i know what you're trying to do, sweetheart. why don't you mush a banana he'd like to be alone for a while. - no, no, no, no, please, come on. don't go, i mean, if she had to go through this abortion, i would've taken her, you know? i do own a car. - you're a good husband, george. farina or jerky flakes? - jerkies, please. - [webster] is breakfast ready? 'cau
CBS
Jun 12, 2011 7:00pm EDT
remarkable story of what happened between george vi and his speech therapist may be a tale worthy of the oscar, but the story of the treasures pulled from the therapist's attic... well, that's a yarn for "60 minutes." wow, what an astounding thing. what an astounding thing. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm byron pitts. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." finally, there's a choice for my patients with an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation, or afib, that's not caused by a heart valve problem. today we have pradaxa to reduce the risk of a stroke caused by a clot. in a clinical trial, pradaxa 150 mg reduced stroke risk 35% more than warfarin. and with pradaxa, there's no need for those regular blood tests. pradaxa is progress. pradaxa can cause serious, sometimes fatal, bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleeding, and seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have kidney problems or a
CBS
Feb 20, 2011 7:00pm EST
happened between george vi and his speech therapist may be a tale worthy of an oscar, but the story of the treasures pulled from the therapist's attic-- well, that's a yarn for "60 minutes." wow, what an astounding thing. what an astounding thing. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." [ male announcer ] you've climbed a few mountains during your time. and having a partner like northern trust -- one of the nation's largest wealth managers -- makes all the difference. our goals-based investment strategies are tailored to your needs and overseen by experts who seek to maximize opportunities while minimizing risk. after all, you don't climb a mountain just to sit at the top. you lookround for other mountains to climb. ♪ expertise matters. find it at northern trust. i know what works differently than many other allergy medications. omnaris. omnaris. to the nose! did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your sym
CBS
Feb 5, 2017 7:00pm PST
president, but had a bigger impact than many who did. >> george washington: let me tell you what i wished i had known. >> rose: his mentor was george washington, played here by chris jackson, who plucked hamilton out of the ranks and relied on him for 20 years. >> thomas jefferson: ♪ so what did i miss? ♪ what did i miss? >> rose: daveed diggs originated the role of thomas jefferson, hamilton's primary political opponent. >> jefferson: ♪ i've been in paris ♪ meeting lots of different ladies ♪ i guess i basically missed the late '80s. >> hamilton: ♪ the bullets out your gun ♪ the bullets out your gun. >> rose: the show reflects miranda's broad musical taste, but hip hop and rap define it. your music is hip hop. your music is rap. >> lin-manuel miranda: yes. and i also believe that form is uniquely suited to tell hamilton's story. because it has more words per measure than any other musical genre. it has rhythm and it has density. and if hamilton had anything in his writings, it was this density. >> angelica schyuler: ♪ i'm a girl in a world in which ♪ my only job i
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 8:00pm EST
times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com e trade is all about seizing opportunity. so i'm going to take this opportunity to go off script. so if i wanna go to jersey and check out shotsy tuccerelli's portfolio, what's it to you? or i'm a scottish mason whose assets are made of stone like me heart. papa! you're no son of mine! or perhaps it's time to seize the day. don't just see opportunity, seize it! >> stahl: no one knows what causes lifelong face blindness. it was discovered so recently, scientists are just beginning to unravel its secrets. and some of the clues are coming from people who once had normal face recognition, but lost it after suffering damage to part of the brain. and in an interesting twist, those people are also offering insight into the way the rest of imagine waking up after a trauma and not being able to recognize the people closest to you. that's what happe
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 7:00pm MST
times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com seizing opportunity. so i' opportunity to go off script. so if i wanna go to jersey and check out shotsy tuccerelli' s portfolio, what' s it to you? or i' m a scottish mason whose assets are made of stone like me heart. papa! you' re no son of mine! or perhaps it' s time to seize the day. don' t just see opportunity, seize it! all kinds of teams use slack to do amazing things. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for every american who's not being paid what they're worth... who's held back by student debt or a system tilted against them- and there are far too many of you- she understands that our country can't reach it's potential... unless we all do. together. >> stahl: no one knows what causes lifelong face blindness. it was discovered
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 8:00pm EST
grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. free now at ancestry.com e trade is all about seizing opportunity. so i' m going to take this opportunity to go off script. so if i wanna go to jersey s portfolio, s it to you? m a scottish mason whose assets are made of stone like me heart. papa! re no son of mine! or perhaps it' s time to seize the day. don' t just see opportunity, seize it! hi, guys! we all know about bogos from other stores, right? pbut did you know they're not always the best deal? pwalmart has every day low prices on everything they sell, not just on select items. tampa the total amount saved at walmart vs winn-dixie was $20.64 on this week's basket- that's 16% including bogos. why pstart maximizing your savings on your entire pbasket of groceries by shopping at walmart. >> stahl: no one knows what causes lifelong face blindness. it was discovered so recently, scientists are just beginning to unravel its secrets. and some of the clues are coming from p
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 8:00pm PST
george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com e*trade is all about seizing opportunity. so i'm going to take this opportunity to go off script. so if i wanna go to jersey and check out shotsy tuccerelli's portfolio, what's it to you? or i'm a scottish mason whose assets are made of stone like me heart. papa! you're no son of mine! or perhaps it's time to seize the day. don't just see opportunity, seize it! (applause) seize it! ,,,, we need to be ready for my name's scott strenfel and r i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather, and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages. during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at pge.com/beprepared. together, we're building a
CBS
Sep 17, 2017 7:00pm EDT
carrÉ's favorite inventions: the london circus, and george smiley-- who both reappear after an absence of nearly 30 years in his new book, "a legacy of spies." plus, a walk through his writing studio, and his thoughts about today's world. >> this cbs sports update is brought to you by ford. i'm james brown with scores from the nfl today. the patriots totaled 555 yards of offense in their win. the ravens d forced five turn yoifers to down the browns. tampa bay scored 20 points off of turnovers to win their opening game. the chiefs move to 2-0. arizona wins behind phil dawson's 30-yard game-winning field goal in o.t. first time since '02. for more game news, go to cbssports.com. ♪ let's go! ♪ mom! slow down! for the ones who keep pushing. always unstoppable. fothere's a seriousy boomers virus out there that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. because it can hide in your body for years without symptoms, and it's not tested for in routine blood work. the cdc recommends all baby boomers get tested. if you have h
CBS
Sep 11, 2011 7:00pm PDT
revolution, too. and we got him a book in arabic about george washington and the american revolution that he actually stayed all night reading. he was fascinated by it. but he's practicing typical counter-interrogation techniques, where he gives you what he thinks you know so you will think he's cooperating. >> logan: soufan says when abu jandal looked at a book of photos of known al qaeda members, he identified very few and kept passing over the photo of this man, marwan al shehhi, one of the 9/11 hijackers. soufan knew abu jandal had cared for el shehhi years ago when he was very sick. so the fact that he was not identifying him immediately was a signal to you that he was not being honest? >> soufan: exactly. so i said to him, "so you want to tell me you don't know this guy? kandahar, december 1999, ramadan. he got very sick. you were nursing him and putting soup on his lips, so he won't get dehydrated." i took the book. i said, "let me make it very clear to you. you don't know how many people in the book works for me. you don't know how many people in the book we caught and they're coo
CBS
Mar 1, 2015 7:00pm PST
. surprisingly, it was the same engineer, george hernemar, who worked for a company called u.s. forensic. >> kaible: i said, "george, how could you write a report like that?" he goes, "it's not my report." i said, "what-what do you mean it's not your report?" he says, "wait here." he goes to the trunk of his car, goes, picks up the report and brings it into the house. he says, "this is the report i wrote." >> alfonsi: bob kaible got out his phone and took a picture of george's original report. it plainly said there was "structural damage" to the house. but this is the report the insurance company sent to kaible when they denied his claim. "not structurally damaged." they said the damage was "long term" meaning it existed before hurricane sandy. the kaibles' insurance company wright flood, the largest provider of flood insurance in the country, paid him just $79,000 of his $250,000 policy. >> kaible: we had a mortgage on the house. i've had estimates of $300,000 to $350,000 to rebuild the house. what am i gonna do? >> alfonsi: bob kaible's house was torn down after he sold it fo
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 8:00pm EST
. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for e trade is all about seizing opportunity. so i' m going to take this opportunity to go off script. so if i wanna go to jersey and check out shotsy tuccerelli' s portfolio, what' s it to you? or i' m a scottish mason whose assets are made of stone like me heart. papa! you' re no son of mine! or perhaps it' s time to seize the day. don' t just see opportunity, seize it! they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy
CBS
Oct 18, 2009 7:00pm EDT
sanchez. jones again. out to the 35 yard line, another first down, george wilson makes the tackle. >> dan: i like the decision at the end of the run not to go to the sidelines and go out of bounds. it's design run to the left but the vision to see open up back to the right side, then there's that cut to pick up two yards and stay inbounds. >> dan: jones over the 200 mark. 202 yards today. one shy of curtis martin jets record set nine years ago of 203. leon washington now in. washington with the speed to get outside. good coverage by posluszny the inside linebacker, did he get out there in a hurry. >> dan: showed great speed of his own. leon washington is a real burner. thomas jones comes back in the line up. >> dick: this drive beginning back at the jets three yard line. once again with thomas jones in the game they go to that offensive tackle playing at a tight end position. wayne hunter, 320 pounds lines up. being alternated at tight tonight get extra blocker for the jets. sanchez off a fake wants to go long and he's being caught by the jersey down he goes in the arms of chris g
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 7:00pm MST
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CBS
May 3, 2015 7:00pm EDT
and the homes of the founding fathers. >> rubenstein: in honor of george washington, we built the washington monument. >> safer: we met up with him at mt. vernon, george washington's home, where he gave us a tour and an impromptu history lesson, which led inevitably to the founder's teeth, or absence thereof. >> rubenstein: george washington only had one tooth, and he used that one tooth to kind of hold in his dentures. and they were called wooden teeth, but not because they were wood-- they were animal teeth, but he had a doctor in new york who was named dr. greenwood and it was shortened to "wooden teeth." what they do is they take animal teeth, put them together in a denture. but you need something to hook it onto, so he had his one tooth. and that's why you'll never see a picture of him with his mouth open, because didn't look good. >> safer: you're somewhat of a george washington scholar. >> rubenstein: well, i wouldn't say a scholar. but i'd say a fan. >> safer: why did you choose him? >> rubenstein: as it was said at his funeral, he was "first in war, first in peace, and fi
CBS
Mar 15, 2015 7:00pm PDT
injury. it looks almost prehistoric, but marine general george smith says it's what combat's all about. >> george smith: we're talking about actively seeking out and locating and closing with, and then destroying the enemy. >> martin: general smith is in charge of an experiment that would put women into the middle of that scrum, which, until now, has been entirely a man's arena. second lieutenant melissa cooling wants to be one of those women. but before she can start infantry training, she has to pass what's known as the combat endurance test, a 14-hour marathon of physical pain and mental stress which includes everything from basic pull-ups to land navigation and an obstacle course, all of that spread out over 16 miles. she knows she's facing longer odds than any of the men here. in the last two years, 20 women have gone before her and only one has passed the test. you knew what the odds were. >> melissa cooling: if you look at the odds all the time, you're never going to achieve anything. >> martin: so it didn't bother you that, in all the previous classes, exactly one woman had mad
CBS
Feb 13, 2011 7:00pm EST
ii. the movie is the story of king george vi of england, who was crowned king of england after the abdication of his brother, king edward viii. the king was smart, but he stammered badly. in the movie, the king is helped by an australian speech therapist. well, i was a correspondent for the army newspaper "the stars and stripes" during world war ii. i made a lot of friends in the news business, and one was the great war correspondent homer bigart, who worked for the "new york herald tribune." homer, like king george vi, had a terrible speech impediment. he stuttered and stammered whenever he tried to say anything. a number of reporters, including homer and myself, were in north africa in 1943 covering the visit of king george to troops there. how many people today can say that they met king george vi? well, the king was reviewing the british and american troops that day, and a bunch of reporters were told to assemble in the british officers club, where we would be greeted by the king himself. i was one of those men. homer and i were on line as the king greeted each correspondent. h
CBS
Jul 3, 2016 7:00pm PDT
decade, and the first to be made without creator george lucas. nearly four years ago, lucas sold his empire to the walt disney company for $4 billion. enter j.j. abrams, the director hand-picked to re-ignite the fan fervor, and who -as we reported last december- was under tremendous pressure to make sure disney's big bet pays off. he's been called the "steven spielberg" of his generation, and we learned spielberg helped get him the job. when abrams took us behind the scenes, we found a 49-year-old man fueled by a childlike enthusiasm for the magic of movies, and a movie that's going to hit some classic "star wars" notes. ♪ ♪ six weeks before the premiere, we dropped in on a hollywood scoring session for "the force awakens." ♪ ♪ composer john williams, who won an academy award for the first "star wars" film, was back, along with the iconic refrain he wrote 38 years ago. take a look behind williams. that's not some awestruck groupie. that's the movie's director, j.j. abrams. i saw you up here with your video camera, taking... >> j.j. abrams: oh, well, this is... this is, li
CBS
Feb 8, 2015 7:00pm EST
getting a voting rights bill passed-- patronizing, some said. >> tom wilkinson: george, why are you doing this?" >> simon: and one historian saw the johnson of the film as a kinder, gentler version of alabama's segregationist governor, george wallace. douglas brinkley said that you portrayed l.b.j. as george wallace light. >> duvernay: i disagree. i mean, it's as simple as that. history is to be interpreted through the lens of the people who are reading it and experiencing it on the page or at the time, and this is my interpretation. >> simon: you were quoted as saying-- tell me if it's correct-- that you were not interested in making a white savior film. >> duvernay: sure. i'm interested in having people of color at the center of their own lives. we don't need to be saved by anyone. we do not have to have someone sweeping in on a white horse or someone saving the day or assisting us in our own narrative, and so that's what that means. >> simon: the people who were friends and comrades of martin luther king, as i understand it, had no problem with the film whereas the people who wer
CBS
Apr 16, 2017 7:00pm EDT
family tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com by the time the drugs rannd wout, i was addicted.. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach. this is governor chris christie. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. >> pelley: last sunday, palm sunday, marked the beginning of holy week for most of the world's christians, including egypt's ancient coptic minority. isis marked the day by bombing two coptic churches, killing 45 worshippers. rather than the tragedy and violence of this past week, on this easter sunday, we want to recall the beauty and the richness of the coptic tradition, as reported by our late colleagu
CBS
Mar 2, 2014 7:00pm PST
of items, including signed documents by george washington, thomas jefferson, francis scott key, and mark twain. and for 20th century buffs-- fdr's copy of his 1937 inaugural address. all of these were found in landeau's apartment? >> all these documents were seized from mr. landeau's apartment in new york city. [ female announcer ] right when you feel a cold sore, abreva can heal a cold sore in as few as 2 1/2 days when used at the first sign. without it, the virus spreads from cell to cell. unlike other treatments, abreva penetrates deep to block the virus, to protect healthy cells so cold sores heal fast. as fast as 2 1/2 days when used at the first sign. ♪ learn more at abreva.com. don't tough it out. knock it out! fast. [ female announcer ] only with abreva. knock it out! fast. before using her new bank of america credit card, which rewards her for responsibly managing her card balance. before receiving $25 toward her balance each quarter for making more than her minimum payment on time each month. tracey got the bankamericard better balance rewards credit card, which fits nic
CBS
May 22, 2011 7:00pm EDT
service. his top teammates, who led him to victory again and again, were tyler hamilton and george hincapie. they were constant companions and kept each others secrets. >> pelley: for the record tell me what you saw-- in terms of what lance armstrong took in performance enhancing drugs? >> hamilton: he took what we all took, really no difference between lance armstrong and i'd say the... the majority of the peloton, you know. there was e.p.o., there was testosterone, so i... and i did see a transfusion, a blood transfusion. >> pelley: all of those things are banned in races and in training. so why would a rider take the chance of getting caught? well, it's hard to imagine the endurance demanded by the tour de france. 21 days, 2000 miles and a vicious vertical climb totaling some 50 thousand feet in all. this ordeal is one reason that cycling became a dirty sport. armstrong won seven times. and in those seven races, all of the second and third place finishers, except one, were at some point implicated in doping. armstrong's story appeared miraculous. he'd won more tours than any man
CBS
May 14, 2017 7:00pm PDT
grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com captioning funded by cbs and ford. we go further, so you can. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org (glass breaking, thudding) sam, someone's in the house! (screaming) (grunting) man: release tahir khaled, or watch your wife suffocate to death, sam hanna. ticktock, sam. secnav has just authorized tahir's release. i want my time with you and my children. callen: we just passed hour eight. there's still no word from tahir's people. (crying): please. okay, thanks. lapd is on top of it. you okay? no, not even close. i got a flight to take you to kamran and aiden. already spoke to 'em.
CBS
Apr 16, 2017 7:00pm PDT
each person in your family tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com >> pelley: last sunday, palm sunday, marked the beginning of holy week for most of the world's christians, including egypt's ancient coptic minority. isis marked the day by bombing two coptic churches, killing 45 worshippers. rather than the tragedy and violence of this past week, on this easter sunday, we want to recall the beauty and the richness of the coptic tradition, as reported by our late colleague bob simon in 2013. >> bob simon: the copts developed a religious culture that's distinctly egyptian-- everything from music to art to some of the most magnificent churches of the early christian era. scholars have called the red monastery "the coptic sistine chapel." its walls are covered with paintings of the church's prophets, saints and martyrs. >> pelley: i'm scott pelley. we'll be b
CBS
Nov 9, 2014 7:00pm EST
ebola. the boy's name is william. and his father, george, who is now immune to this virus, gave us permission to tell their story. nurse kelly suter was with them from the start. >> suter: he's been by that little boy's bedside around the clock, and when things get hard or i'm tired or sweating so bad that i just want to go home, you know, i remember george and i remember little william. >> logan: so what would you want people at home to know about this? >> suter: it's not as scary as it seems because it is manageable. there are protocols, there are procedures to protect yourself. it's not like we'r ebola land and, you know, we're all going to die. we're doing what we should. we know what we're doing. >> logan: a medical team masked in full protective gear is always on hand when new patients are brought in. this is what passes for an ambulance here-- a pickup wrapped in orange tarp. on this day, colin bucks was waiting. no one can come near the patient until the sprayers are done. strapped inside, a young man highly infectious with ebola. he'd been abandoned on the street for a wee
CBS
Sep 28, 2014 7:00pm EDT
by pacific life. i'm james brown. with george from around the nfl today, the ravens roll as steve smith scores twice to burn carolina. vincent jackson scores with seven seconds left as the bucs stun the steelers. aaron rodgers shreds the bears with four touchdown passes. the colts coast with andrew luck. ryan tannenhill and miami hand oakland its tenth straight loss. the jags remain winless. more more sports news and information, go to cbssports.com. the future to life. for more than 145 years, pacific life has been helping families achieve life-long financial security with innovative tools and strategies. talk to a financial advisor to protect your family and plan today. pacific life. the power to help you succeed. charlie, the demand on this network, it is increasing by the second. it's crazy, huh? and people are relying on it more than ever. we cover more than 99% of all americans. i know, i can't imagine living without it. it's a place where people can come share knowledge and ideas. it's beautiful. that's deep charlie. my selfie just hit a hundred likes...(gasps) a hundred! a
CBS
Nov 4, 2012 7:00pm PST
president? >> mccullough: george washington was our greatest president in that he set the standard. he had no example to go by. if he had been a fool or a self- indulgent, lazy glory-hound, it could've been disastrous. he did everything right. >> safer: talking about great moments in american history, mccullough will often say, "i wish i could have been there." we couldn't arrange that, so we took him to philadelphia, where the first fires of the american revolution were fanned. >> mccullough: this is where our country began, not in a grand presence but in a space that's really quite small, but beautiful. i love this building. >> safer: it's carpenters' hall, where delegates from the 13 colonies met for the first time in 1774 to air, in secret, their grievances against british rule. it was treasonous talk. >> mccullough: they closed the windows so nobody could come up and listen at the window. >> safer: because there were so many british sympathizers in... >> mccullough: exactly. >> safer: ...philadelphia. >> mccullough: exactly. and they wanted to know who were the ringleaders, wh
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Jan 17, 2016 8:00pm EST
and george kurtz, co-founders of a computer security firm called crowd strike, to investigate. they zeroed in on a suspicious email purportedly sent by a board member to 13 people in the company. >> alperovitch: it had an attachment. a few people clicked on an attachment and that let the chinese in. it was sort of like opening the front door. >> stahl: what do you mean, they were in? >> alperovitch: once they clicked on that email and they opened up the attachment, malicious codes started executing on their machine and it beaconed out to the chinese and basically let them right into the company. from that point, they can hop to any machine and take any file that they wanted from that network. >> stahl: by analyzing who the email was sent to, they were able to infer that the chinese were after more than just computer codes. >> alperovitch: they also wanted to figure out the legal strategy of the company, now that they were suing sinovel for $1.2 billion. >> george kurtz: whenever there's a big lawsuit, we'll see the chinese government actually break into that company, break into the
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Aug 27, 2017 7:00pm EDT
george soros. >> bloomberg: i know george soros, and i know the koch brothers. and, while i don't agree with any of those three on a lot of things, i think it's fair to say, because i know them reasonably well, they really believe and they really are trying to do something. they really want to change the world. you, for example, in the northeast, couldn't get treated for cancer at any major university or hospital without being in a koch cancer building. they've given an enormous amount of money. and if you get cancer, you should start saying thank you to the kochs. >> kroft: to some, it's just another example of the super wealthy having a disproportionate influence on political debate and public opinion. bloomberg has spent a billion dollars trying to get people to quit smoking, $135 million to battle the n.r.a. on gun control, and a $100 million to assist the sierra club and its lawyers in shutting down more than 250 coal-fired plants. you're not out of the political arena altogether. you're, you're very active in a number of issues, coal and the environment being one of them rig
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Oct 2, 2016 6:00pm MST
? to know what he did? >> parker: well, why is it important to know about george washington? why is it important to know about the revolutionary war? >> cooper: but you're saying that what nat turner did, and those around him did, you're putting it on par with george washington? with the founders of this country. >> parker: absolutely. 100%. i mean just by virtue of the-- the vocabulary. of the words they used. you know, when you think of, "give me liberty or give me death," nat turner embodied that. take up arms against your oppressor. naer he just did. >> cooper: when he was researching nat turner's story for the film, parker spent time in southampton county. the fields where the rebellion began look much like they did 185 years ago, and above them, the confederate flag still flies. turner was hanged from a tree when his revolt failed, but there aren't any memorials in southampton county to honor him, just this small plaque on the side of a country road. >> parker: yeah, did some research. at the county courthouse there are some papers and artifacts related to turner. >> cooper: do y
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Jan 10, 2016 7:00pm EST
... >> rose: his mentor was george washington, played by chris jackson, who plucked hamilton out of the ranks and relied on him for 20 years. >> daveed diggs: so what did i miss? what did i miss? >> rose: rapper daveed diggs plays thomas jefferson. he is hamilton's primary political opponent. >> miranda: the bullets out the bullets out your gun... >> rose: the show reflects miranda's broad musical taste, but hip-hop and rap define it. your music is rap. >> miranda: yes. and i also believe that form is uniquely suited to tell hamilton's story. because it has more words per measure than any other musical genre. it has rhythm and it has density. and if hamilton had anything in his writings, it was this density. >> renee-elise goldsberry: i'm a girl in a world in which my only job is to marry rich my father has no sons, so i'm the one who has to social climb for one, so i'm the oldest and the wittiest and the gossip in new york city is insidious... >> rose: miranda wrote this for hamilton's sister-in-law, angelica schyuler, played by renee-elise goldsberry. in "hamilton," women get equa
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Oct 31, 2010 7:00pm EDT
country. it voted for george bush in 2004, and then for president obama. but now, democratic congressman leonard boswell is fighting for his job. he's been re-elected here six times, but this week, his race against republican brad zaun is too close to call. >> mcneer: my wife and i watched the news last night, and i think every ad was a political ad. >> who do you trust with your money, with your future? it's not brad zaun. >> leonard boswell-- too wrong for too long. >> incredibly, bruce braley supports building a mosque at ground zero. >> pelley: well, how much relevance does all of that have to you? >> mcneer: nothing, nothing. doesn't have a bit of relevance to me. >> pelley: we invited some of the folks in town to the legion hall. how many of you would say that you're are angry about politics right now? >> yes, yes. >> pelley: oh, that got a big yes. >> i'm sick and tired of people going to congress in washington, d.c., and making a living out of it while we starve to death. >> pelley: does it matter much to anyone in here whether the republicans or the democrats control
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Feb 14, 2010 7:00pm EST
way to come for the rich and the powerful, but you'll run into billionaire george soros; eric schmidt, the guy who runs google; nobel prize winners, captains of industries, kings, and even a queen. >> a lot of the work is done just sitting in the cafeteria in the congress hall and just seeing people pass by and discussing things. >> pelley: the queen hangs out in the cafeteria? >> i enjoy hanging out in the cafeteria. i'm going to do it this afternoon, actually. it's fun. >> safer: arlan galbraith, who called himself the "pigeon king," convinced hundreds of american and canadian farmers there was good money to be made raising the birds for food. the pigeon king assured investors that pigeons would replace chickens in every pot in america and the world. aaron and joline humbert lost $300,000, most of it borrowed money. >> and everybody we talked to said this guy was... he was on the up-and-up. nobody had a bad word to say about him. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm anderson cooper. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories and andy
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May 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
granted a work permit, which was revoked under the policies of george w. bush. his four children are citizens by birth. his youngest is five. >> paz: i spent 32 years over here, and i don't want to leave him alone. and i paid my taxes for 28 years. >> pelley: paid your taxes 28 years? >> paz: yes, yes. >> pelley: there are people watching the interview who are saying, you shouldn't have come here. >> paz: when someone, you're hungry, you not have a job, you not have money. what are you gonna do? i not come to united states to take vacation, man. i'm here because i had to. i'm come over here, and i respect all the law, i respect the people, i'm working hard to do the best. i've got a clean record. and i learned a lot over here, i learned a language. it's not, i don't speak very well, but i'm working on that. and my son, my daughters, they're professionals. >> pelley: you have two older daughters who are medical assistants? >> paz: yes. >> pelley: they both graduated from college here in the united states? >> paz: yes, yes, sir. >> pelley: sounds like the american dream. >> paz: yes. >
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