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Replying to @60Minutes: A programming note: 60 Minutes will be preempted on Sunday for CBS Sports coverage of the NFL’s AFC Championship Game.

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Once an avid runner, Dr. Anthony Fauci, now 79, power walks. Since receiving death threats, he is now accompanied by a security detail.

Replying to @mattpol: Here's Dr. Fauci, interviewed by @DrLaPook on @60Minutes last October, talking about death threats he received:

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Here's Dr. Fauci, interviewed by @DrLaPook on @60Minutes last October, talking about death threats he received:

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Replying to @60Minutes: Broadcasting legend Larry King died this morning at 87.

In 1992, Mike Wallace profiled King. The CNN host was making headli…

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Replying to @CBSNews: From the @60Minutes archive: Mike Wallace interviews Larry King in 1992

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From the @60Minutes archive: Mike Wallace interviews Larry King in 1992

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In 1992, "Mike from New York" called into Larry King's CNN show to ask guest Ross Perot why he kept returning to face King's questions.

"I've got missing teeth from being on the show with Larry. This nose wasn't broken till I met Larry," Perot explained

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Broadcasting legend Larry King died this morning at 87.

In 1992, Mike Wallace profiled King. The CNN host was making headlines for interviews with Bush, Clinton & Perot: "In this political year of 1992, Larry King has suddenly become a household word."

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A programming note: 60 Minutes will be preempted on Sunday for CBS Sports coverage of the NFL’s AFC Championship Game.

We'll be back next week with another edition of 60 Minutes.

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“Your success is now our country’s success. I’m rooting hard for you.” — Former President Bill Clinton reads from the letter outgoing President George H. W. Bush left for him in the Oval Office.

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The note President Bush left President Clinton (read by the latter) from our @60Minutes obituary of George Herbert Walker Bush...

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Many states are taking additional security precautions, bracing for potentially violent protests in their capitals.

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After the January 6 assault on the United States Capitol, the security of tomorrow's inauguration has come under intense scrutiny.

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Washington QB Alex Smith was fighting for his leg and his life in 2018 after he suffered a gruesome on field injury. After thousands of hours of rehab and help from the US Military, he returned to the NFL — one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.

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Bill Whitaker speaks with one of the three law enforcement officials who resigned in the wake of the Capitol attack, and reports on the threat behind what one expert says "may have been the most predictable terrorist incident in modern American history.”

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President-elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated in the same spot where insurrectionists waged an assault on the U.S. Capitol just weeks before. Scott Pelley reports on how officials are ensuring tomorrow's inauguration will be safe.

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Are states prepared for the threat of violent protests on Inauguration Day?

“You're going to see a greatly increased presence of law enforcement” in the state capital, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel tells Bill Whitaker.

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“During the attack on the Capitol, many police officers at the Capitol did not draw their weapons. If there is a breach around the perimeter of the inauguration," Scott Pelley asks the Acting DHS Deputy Secretary, “is that what we're going to see?”

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“The difference between the inauguration and its safety and January 6th and the failure of safety, is the difference between planning and preparation and not planning and being prepared,” says the Acting DHS Deputy Secretary.

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The Center for the Intrepid—part of @BrookeArmyMed—opened in '07 for service members w/ serious injuries, like the one Alex Smith had. He & his wife @lizbsmith11 are trying to raise $ for CFI by donating 100% of the proceeds from a new clothing line .

Quarterback Alex Smith is now raising money for the Center for the Intrepid through a clothing line:

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“It's bigger than football… It's not about the game. It's about… getting back on your feet and dusting yourself off, no matter what the obstacle is,” says Alex Smith’s wife about the QB playing again after almost losing his life and his leg.

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“I didn't know whether I wanted to cheer or throw up. It scared me to death, but I just loved watching Alex achieve,” says Army surgeon Dr. Joe Alderete about watching quarterback Alex Smith play in his first game since his injury.

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