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Orville WrightOct 24, 1911

BradmanFeb 14, 1931

Florence ChadwickSep 11, 1951

President ReaganAug 11, 1984

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Minutes - Historical Events
Date Event
1653-12-01

An athlete from Croydon is reported to have run 20 miles from St Albans to London in less than 90 minutes

1870-05-10

Jem Mace & defends his heavyweight crown against Irish champ Joe Coburn, it lasts 1 hr & 17 minutes, & neither is struck by a punch

1876-06-04

An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, California, via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after having left New York City.

1898-03-17

1st practical submarine 1st submerges, NYC (for 1 hour 40 minutes)

1901-01-08

New South Wales score 918 all out vs South Australia in 560 minutes

1903-10-24

First trotter to run a mile under 2 minutes (Lou Dillon 1:58.1)

1904-11-09

1st airplane flight to last more than 5 minutes

1908-05-01

World's most intense shower (2.47" in 3 minutes) at Portobelo, Panama

1911-10-24

Orville Wright remained in the air 9 minutes and 45 seconds in a glider at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina setting a new world record that stood for 10 years.

1920-08-08

Tigers beat Yanks 1-0 in shortest AL game, 73 minutes

1921-05-24

Bulhoek Massacre of Israelites takes place near Queenstown when Colonel Theodore Truter, a police commissioner, leads 6 squadrons, a machine gun and an artillery detachment against the Israelite religious sect collected at their annual gathering on the land of their leader and prophet, Enoch Mgijima at Ntabalanga; the slaughter takes 10 minutes and costs 190 lives

1924-06-16

South Africa all out 30 v England in 48 minutes, Gilligan 6-7

1926-08-21

White Sox Ted Lyons no hits Red Sox 6-0 in just 67 minutes at Fenway

1926-09-26

Shortest double header, Yanks lose 6-1 in 72 minutes & lose again 6-2 in 55 minutes to Browns. Yanks had already clinched pennant

1931-01-07

Guy Menzies flies the first solo non-stop trans-Tasman flight (from Australia to New Zealand) in 11 hours and 45 minutes, crash-landing on New Zealand's west coast.

1931-02-14

Bradman scores 152 Aust v WI, 154 minutes, 13 fours 2 fives

1934-08-18

Ponsford & Bradman make 451 partnership in 316 minutes v Eng

1935-05-25

Track and field athlete Jesse Owens equals or breaks 6 world records in 45 minutes at Big Ten meet at Ferry Field in Ann Arbor US

1936-01-02

Bradman scores 357 for SA v Vic, 424 minutes, 40 fours

1937-02-03

Bradman scores 212 (in 441 minutes!) in 5th Test Cricket v England

1937-02-27

Bradman scores 169 in 5th Test Cricket v England in 223 minutes

1938-03-19

Toronto Maple Leafs score 8 goals in 5 minutes

1938-06-21

Bradman scores 101* in 77 minutes, Australia v Lancashire

1939-09-17

Taisto Mäki becomes the first man to run the 10,000 metres in under 30 minutes, in a time of 29:52.6

1939-12-16

Bradman scores 251* SA v NSW, 271 minutes, 38 fours 2 sixes

1940-02-13

Bradman scores 209* in 161 minutes for South Aust at the WACA

1942-07-20

Barbados dismiss Trinidad for 16 in 69 minutes, Derek Sealy 8-8

1943-01-22

Temperature rises 49°F (9°C) in 2 minutes in Spearfish, SD

1945-03-16

Würzburg, Germany is 90% destroyed, with 5,000 dead, in only 20 minutes by British bombers.

1948-03-20

20th Academy Awards - "Gentleman's Agreement", L Young, R Colman win minutes by 2nd live televised musical Arturo Toscvanni on NBC

1948-05-15

Bradman scores 187 Aust v Essex, 124 minutes, 33 fours 1 five

1948-05-30

A dike along the flooding Columbia River breaks, obliterating Vanport, Oregon within minutes. Fifteen people die and tens of thousands are left homeless.

1948-08-25

Bradman scores 150 in 212 minutes in his last innings at Lord's

1949-03-09

England beat South Africa by scoring 174 runs in 94 minutes

1949-07-06

Freak heat wave sent central coast of Portugal to 158°F for 2 minutes

1949-09-06

Howard Unruh kills 13 neighbors in 12 minutes in Camden, New Jersey

1951-09-11

Florence Chadwick becomes 1st woman to swim English Channel from England to France. It takes 16 hours & 19 minutes

1952-03-23

Rangers with less than 14 minutes to go blow a 6-2 lead, losing 7-6 to Chicago Black Hawks. Mosienko scores 3 times in 21 seconds

1954-07-02

Denis Compton scores 278 in 290 minutes v Pakistan

1957-12-12

Willem J Kolff and his team at Ohio's Cleveland Clinic removed the heart from a dog and replaced it with a pneumatic pump which kept the dog alive for 90 minutes, proving the viability of the artificial heart

1958-01-23

Hanif Mohammad completes 337 in 970 minutes v West Indies

1958-06-22

Game in KC between A's & Red Sox delayed 29 minutes due to tornado

1960-11-28

CBS radio expands hourly news coverage from 5 to 10 minutes

1962-04-07

Umrigar slams 172* v WI at Port-of-Spain in 248 minutes

1963-08-24

1st 200 metre freestyle swum under 2 minutes (Don Schollander 1:58)

1963-09-02

CBS & NBC expand network news from 15 to 30 minutes

1964-07-31

Rolling Stone concert in Ireland halts after 12 minutes due to riot

1965-03-18

Cosmonaut Aleksei Leonov, leaving his spacecraft Voskhod 2 for 12 minutes, becomes the first person to walk in space.

1965-07-09

John Edrich completes 310* v NZ in 532 minutes, 52 fours 5 sixes

1966-03-03

Twister hits Jackson Miss; 3 minutes after 1st sighting, 57 die

1967-01-03

"Tonight Show" is shortened from 105 to 90 minutes

1967-06-09

Boycott scores 246* v India, Leeds, 573 minutes, 29 fours 1 six

1967-08-03

James Law rides entire NYC subway in 22 hrs 12 minutes

1967-08-29

Yanks longest day, Red Sox take 1st game 2-1 in 9, Yanks win 2nd game in 20, 4-3 a total of 8 hours & 19 minutes

1968-09-14

1st broadcast of "60 Minutes" on CBS-TV

1968-09-24

"60 Minutes" premieres on CBS-TV

1968-10-16

Jim Dorey sets Toronto Maple Leaf penalty records (48 mins on 9 penalties in a game & 44 minutes on 7 penalties in a period)

1971-02-20

Natl Emergency Center erroneously orders US radio & TV stations to go off the air. Mistake wasn't resolved for 30 minutes

1971-06-04

Zaheer Abbas scores Cricket 274 at Edgbaston, 544 minutes 38 fours

1972-07-21

Bloody Friday: within the space of seventy-five minutes, the Provisional Irish Republican Army explode twenty-two bombs in Belfast; six civilians, two British Army soldiers and one UDA volunteer were killed, 130 injured

1974-03-02

Greg Chappell makes 247* v NZ, 410 minutes, 29 fours 1 six

1974-09-01

The SR-71 Blackbird sets (and holds) the record for flying from New York to London: 1 hour 54 minutes and 56.4 seconds.

1975-05-26

Tennis game in Surrey championships lasts 31 minutes

1976-07-24

John Naber is 1st to swin 200m backstroke under 2 minutes

1976-12-19

Piper Cherokee crashes into Balt Memorial Stadium upper stands, 10 minutes after Colts lose 40-14 to Steelers. No one seriously hurt

1977-11-26

'Vrillon', claiming to be the representative of the 'Ashtar Galactic Command', takes over Britain's Southern Television for six minutes at 5:12 PM.

1979-01-30

Varig 707-323C freighter, flown by the same commander as Flight 820, disappears over the Pacific Ocean 30 minutes after taking off from Tokyo.

1980-01-26

Mary Decker became 1st woman to run a mile in under 4½ minutes

1980-12-14

At 2 PM EST there is 10 minutes of silence in memory of John Lennon

1981-04-05

Phila Flyers amass a record 2,621 penalty minutes

1982-03-27

Randy Holt sets Wash Cap record of 34 penalty minutes

1982-10-14

Islanders assessed 108 penality minutes Penguins 125 (233 total)

1983-08-18

Royals defeat Yanks, 5-4, completing "pine-tar" game (12 minutes). Hal McRae strikes out & Dan Quisenberry retires Yankees in order

1983-09-12

Albert Rizzo trod water at sea for 108 hours 9 minutes

1984-06-30

Longest pro football game, LA Express beats Mich Panthers 27-21 in USFL playoffs, games lasts 93 minutes 33 seconds

1984-08-11

During radio voice test US President Reagan jokes he "signed legislation that would outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in 5 minutes"

1985-02-19

William Schroeder is 1st artificial heart patient to leave hospital He spent 15 minutes outside Humana Hospital in Louisville, Ky

1985-10-15

Shelley Taylor of Australia makes fastest swim ever around Manhattan Island, doing it in 6 hours 12 minutes 29 seconds

1986-04-26

Game between Angels & Twins delayed for 9 minutes by strong winds

1987-10-31

A pair in Coventry, England, ties world record for longest singles tennis match at 80 hrs 21 minutes

1988-04-28

NJ Devils set all time playoff mark for penalty minutes

1990-02-06

Steve Briers of Wales recited the entire lyrics of Queen's album "A Night At The Opera" in 9 minutes & 58.44 seconds backwards!

1990-02-08

"60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney suspended by CBS for racial remarks attributed to him by a gay magazine

1990-08-27

Brewers-Blue Jays game is delayed 35 minutes due to gnats

1993-07-19

Glen Chapple (Lancs) scores fastest F-C century, 21 minutes

1994-05-08

500th commentary by Andy Rooney on 60 Minutes

1995-05-07

Twins beat Indians 10-9 in 17 innings, 6 hours & 36 minutes

1995-12-04

Atherton (185*) bats for 643 minutes to save Johannesburg Test

1997-04-30

Big Ben stops at 12:11 PM for 54 minutes

1997-08-28

Belgian amusement park riders were stuck upside down for 90 minutes

1999-11-09

TAESA Flight 725, crashes a few minutes after leaving the Uruapan airport en-route to Mexico City. 18 people were killed in the accident.

2001-11-12

In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300 on its way to the Dominican Republic, crashes minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 260 on board and five on the ground.

2002-01-19

"Tuck Rule Game", with less than two minutes to play in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game, the New England Patriots trailed the Oakland Raiders, 13-10, in a game played mostly under a driving snowstorm, when a Tom Brady fumble was instead ruled an incomplete pass because of the "tuck rule". The Patriots would win 16-13 in overtime and go on to win the Super Bowl

2003-05-26

Only three days after a previous record, Sherpa Lakpa Gelu climbs Mount Everest in 10 hours 56 minutes. The tourism ministry of Nepal confirms this record in July that year.

2004-05-21

Sherpa Pemba Dorjie climbs Mount Everest in 8 hours 10 minutes, breaking his rival Sherpa Lakpa Gelu's record from the previous year.

2004-11-11

The death of Yasser Arafat is confirmed by the Palestine Liberation Organization, of unidentified causes. Mahmoud Abbas is elected chairman of the PLO minutes later.

2005-03-03

Steve Fossett becomes the first person to fly an airplane around the world solo without any stops without refueling - a journey of 40,234 km/25,000 mi completed in 67 hours and 2 minutes.

2007-01-17

The Doomsday Clock is set to five minutes to midnight in response to North Korea nuclear testing.

2010-12-19

"Miracle at the New Meadowlands", trailing the New York Giants by 21 points with under eight minutes to play in the 4th quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles score four unanswered touchdowns in the final seven minutes and 28 seconds of play, including the final score, a dramatic walk-off punt returned for a touchdown by DeSean Jackson as time expires

2018-03-26

Stormy Daniels, in '60 Minutes' interview, says she had sex with Donald Trump once

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Minutes - Notable Birthdays

Mike WallaceMay 9, 1918

Harry ReasonerApr 17, 1923

Minutes - Birthdays
Date Event
1877-11-23

Lawrence Chenault, Ten Minutes to Live

1912-01-13

Willor Lee Guilford, Ten Minutes to Live

1917-01-29

Lloyd Perryman, 30 Minutes at Gunsight

1918-05-09

Mike Wallace, Brookline Mass, newscaster (Biography, 60 Minutes), (d. 2012)

1919-01-14

Andy Rooney, Albany NY, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1919-01-14

Andrew Rooney, 60 Minutes

1920-08-19

Joseph Wershba, 60 Minutes

1920-11-01

James J Kilpatrick, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, columnist (60 Minutes)

1920-11-01

James J. Kilpatrick, 60 Minutes

1922-07-07

Shirley Wershba, 60 Minutes

1922-08-07

Gloria Holly, Five Minutes to Live

1922-12-14

Don Hewitt, NYC, CBS news executive producer (60 Minutes)

1923-01-16

Roy Lanham, 30 Minutes at Gunsight

1923-04-17

Harry Reasoner, Dakota City Iowa, newscaster (60 Minutes, ABC, CBS)

1924-08-03

Gray Delmar, Around the World in 90 Minutes

1925-06-01

Dale Warren, 30 Minutes at Gunsight

1925-10-06

Shana Alexander, NYC, journalist (60 Minutes)

1925-9-21

Milos Patocka, Five Minutes to Seven

1926-01-15

Mark C. Levy, Your Three Minutes Are Up

1927-08-16

Hans Stetter, Seven Minutes

1927-10-16

Péter Pusztai, Seven Minutes

1928-01-28

Françoise Dorin, À deux minutes près

1928-02-01

Stuart Whitman, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes

1928-11-18

Will Gregory, Five Minutes to Love

1929-03-26

Arthur Carl Davis, 12 Minutes to Heaven: Fate

1929-08-12

Peter Greenwell, Twenty Minutes South

1929-10-16

Nicholas von Hoffman, 60 Minutes

1930-01-17

Tony Franke, Ten Minutes from Now

1931-10-31

Dan Rather, Wharton, Texas, American journalist and news anchor (CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes)

1931-10-31

Dan Rather, 60 Minutes

1931-11-08

Morley Safer, Toronto California, TV newscaster (60 Minutes)

1931-11-08

Morley Safer, 60 Minutes

1934-11-13

Peter Arnett, 15 Minutes

1935-05-25

Tony Baylis, 8 Minutes Idle

1937-04-09

Valerie Singleton, Century of Queen Mother - 100 Years in 100 Minutes: A Celebration

1938-10-25

Claude Minière, Seize minutes vingt secondes

1940-04-19

Arthur Bloom, 60 Minutes

1941-06-22

Ed Bradley, Phila, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1941-06-22

Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes

1941-12-16

Lesley Stahl, 60 Minutes

1943-07-11

Richard Carleton, 60 Minutes

1944-05-04

Monica Bleibtreu, 4 Minutes

1945-03-05

George Crile, 60 Minutes

1945-07-24

Leee Black Childers, Your Fifteen Minutes Are Up

1945-08-22

Steve Kroft, Kokomo Ind, co-editor (60 Minutes)

1945-08-22

Steve Kroft, 60 Minutes

1945-12-22

Diane Sawyer, Glasgow Ky, newscaster (60 Minutes, ABC Prime Time)

1945-12-22

Diane Sawyer, 60 Minutes

1947-01-29

Kurt Andon, 15 Minutes

1948-04-29

Bruce Cutler, 15 Minutes

1950-01-07

Juan Gabriel, 30 Minutes or Less

1950-07-27

Guy Hibbert, Five Minutes of Heaven

1952-05-13

Mary Walsh, This Hour Has 22 Minutes

1953-08-19

John M. Clum, 2 Minutes Later

1953-11-20

William Branden Blinn, Thirteen or So Minutes

1953-12-30

Meredith Vieira, 60 Minutes

1955-9-12

Nina Blackwood, 120 Minutes

1956-05-09

Jana Wendt, 60 Minutes

1957-11-30

Colin Mochrie, This Hour Has 22 Minutes

1958-06-19

Maria Hartmann, 4 Minutes

1959-10-20

Niamh Cusack, Five Minutes of Heaven

1959-10-22

Stefan Kurt, 4 Minutes

1960-12-25

Eckhard Blach, 4 Minutes

1961-05-08

Greg Thomey, This Hour Has 22 Minutes: New Year's Eve Special

1961-08-08

Sanja Vejnovic, 100 Minutes of Glory

1962-06-15

Daniel Nyiri, Six Minutes with Ludwig

1962-12-11

Brian Waller, 5 Minutes

1962-9-20

Judith Kaufmann, 4 Minutes

1963-05-27

Sven Pippig, 4 Minutes

1963-06-02

Ralph Odierna, We Have 10 Minutes

1963-07-03

Peter Davor, 4 Minutes

1964-9-28

Dan Greaney, Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo

1965-02-10

Richard Orr, Five Minutes of Heaven

1965-05-09

Hania El Houry, Seven Minutes

1967-01-27

Christian Santiago, 60 Minutes

1967-08-03

Skin, 15 Minutes

1968-11-26

Herbie Crichlow, 88 Minutes

1969-01-07

Vincent Capolupo, Seven Minutes in Heaven

1969-06-29

Spero Stamboulis, 15 Minutes

1970-04-14

Keith J. Balderston, 5 Minutes

1970-10-28

Itai Lev, A Five Minutes Walk

1971-01-14

Bobby Salomon, 15 Minutes

1971-03-29

Lara Logan, 60 Minutes Wednesday

1971-06-23

Christie Wittenborn, 30 Minutes or Less

1971-08-06

Christina Mauro, 11 Minutes Ago

1971-10-30

Nick Rish, 5 Minutes

1972-03-23

Olaf Lemitz, 4 Minutes

1972-06-18

Michal Yannai, 88 Minutes

1972-12-26

Ron Rauch, 88 Minutes

1973-01-10

Misha Manson-Smith, Nine 1/2 Minutes

1973-01-14

Kristina Copeland, 88 Minutes

1973-05-06

Jason Horton, 7 Minutes in Heaven: An Interactive Journey

1973-10-07

Chizzy Akudolu, 5 Minutes

1974-05-03

Brian M. Kunnari, Two Minutes

1974-10-14

Chris Benson, 23 Minutes to Sunrise

1974-11-22

Fabian Massah, 4 Minutes

1975-08-16

Matt Amar, 5 Minutes

1975-10-05

Tracy Fisher, Five Minutes

1976-03-04

Craig Welzbacher, 11 Minutes Ago

1976-06-21

Jiri Cernohorsky, 8 Minutes

1976-08-18

Billy Walsh, 29 Minutes & Counting

1977-03-03

Mikolaj Lebkowski, 11 Minutes

1977-03-06

Daniel Keens, 60 Minutes

1977-03-24

Jacob Tschernia, 2 Minutes

1977-06-09

Jason Smither, 30 Minutes

1977-08-04

Sarah Prikryl, 11 Minutes Ago

1977-08-10

Jim Revis, 88 Minutes

1977-9-14

Dilshad Vadsaria, 30 Minutes or Less

1978-01-28

Hugo Del Granado, 15 Minutes of AIM

1978-01-28

Jamie Carragher, 15 Minutes That Shook the World

1978-04-24

Molly Clayton, 88 Minutes

1978-06-27

Sam Mangan, Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet

1978-9-19

Edgar Revilla, 11 Minutes Ago

1979-01-03

Nikolay Todorov, The Minutes After

1979-01-11

Taryn Reneau, 11 Minutes Ago

1979-02-15

Kaj-Erik Eriksen, 88 Minutes

1979-05-08

Stuart Coulson, 28 Minutes Later

1979-07-18

Evaristo Scarsanela Junior, 88 Minutes

1979-9-24

Nathan A. Quattrini, Five Minutes Flat

1979-9-28

Tom Smart, Four Minutes

1980-02-15

David Leonard Dreimann, 88 Minutes

1981-02-24

Kathrin Kestler, 4 Minutes

1981-04-15

Robert Laughton, Four Minutes

1981-08-05

Cory Williams, I Want My Three Minutes Back

1981-10-22

Kenneth Anderson, 15 Minutes

1981-12-05

Paul M. Bruce, 2 Minutes Later

1982-05-14

Kyle Kenneth Batter, 88 Minutes

1982-9-04

Scott Gilmour, 28 Minutes Later

1982-9-08

Charlotte George, Two Minutes to Midnight

1983-01-17

Dixie Comet, Call Her Back in a Few Minutes. But I Don't Think She'll Be Able to Answer the Phone!

1983-01-24

Michael Helgens, A Few Minutes More

1983-04-12

Victoria Kabakian, 24 Minutes

1983-12-20

Louisa Fielden, 7 Minutes

1983-12-25

Jose Elias Felix, 30 Minutes or Less

1984-01-02

Sofia V. Mendez, 12 Minutes to Heaven: Fate

1984-04-03

Johan Oettinger, Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto

1984-05-28

Mi-ne Jang, 90 Minutes

1984-10-15

Saman Tabrizi, Minutes with Max Amini

1984-9-28

Keith Bishop, 3 Minutes to Air

1985-04-17

Luke Mitchell, 7 Minutes

1985-08-02

Chloe Potter, I Want My Three Minutes Back

1986-01-09

Ross Ching, 3 Minutes

1987-10-06

Sean Pallatroni, Twenty Minutes

1987-11-14

Jane Wong, 8 Minutes Ahead

1988-01-30

Luke O'Reilly, Five Minutes of Heaven

1988-03-04

Kristin McKenzie, 7 Minutes of Mayhem: Hosted by Tony Reeves & Debbie Goldberg - Episode 286 B

1988-12-14

Kyle Leite, The Last Five Minutes of Man on Earth

1989-02-19

Brandon Zimmerman, Three Minutes

1991-03-22

Sarah Van Sciver, Seven Minutes

1991-9-28

Melissa Teague, Five Minutes Till Noon

1992-10-22

Luke McEvoy, Five Minutes of Heaven

1993-08-10

Alejandro Roman Pescador, Nine Minutes of Ursula

1995-03-05

Ilija Dodic, Five Minutes to Twelve

1995-08-09

Logan Brammer, 3 Minutes

1996-06-28

Malik McCaulla, 4 Minutes

Minutes - Weddings
Date Event
1988-04-29

"60 Minutes" newscaster Diane Sawyer weds Mike Nichols

Minutes - Notable Deaths

Harry ReasonerAug 6, 1991

Minutes - Deaths
Date Event
1956-03-23

Peggy Worth, Miles Against Minutes

1974-10-14

Jack Rube Clifford, 45 Minutes from Hollywood

1991-02-14

Roy Lanham, 30 Minutes at Gunsight

1991-08-06

Harry Reasoner, newscaster (60 Minutes), dies at 68

1993-02-16

Richard Salant, news president (CBS-60 Minutes), dies at 78

1997-09-15

Will Gregory, Five Minutes to Love

2006-01-28

Arthur Bloom, 60 Minutes

2006-05-07

Richard Carleton, 60 Minutes

2006-05-15

George Crile, 60 Minutes

2006-06-04

Peter Greenwell, Twenty Minutes South

2006-11-09

Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes

2008-08-09

Dale Warren, 30 Minutes at Gunsight

2009-05-13

Monica Bleibtreu, 4 Minutes

2009-08-19

Don Hewitt, television news producer & director; creator of 60 Minutes (b. 1922)

2009-10-25

Paul M. Bruce, 2 Minutes Later

2010-08-15

James J. Kilpatrick, 60 Minutes

2011-05-14

Joseph Wershba, 60 Minutes

2011-10-01

Sofia V. Mendez, 12 Minutes to Heaven: Fate

2011-11-04

Andrew Rooney, 60 Minutes

2012-03-01

Arthur Carl Davis, 12 Minutes to Heaven: Fate

2013-09-25

Sven Pippig, 4 Minutes

2014-02-18

Mark C. Levy, Your Three Minutes Are Up

2014-04-06

Leee Black Childers, Your Fifteen Minutes Are Up

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2015-12-02

Harry Radliffe II Dies: CBS' First African-American Bureau Chief & '60 Minutes' Veteran Was 66

2016-05-20

Morley Safer, longtime 60 Minutes correspondent, dies aged 84


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