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The Fighter

You'd never know it but before work, Sen. John McCain starts his day with chemo and radiation. McCain tells 60 Minutes that he feels more energetic and engaged because of his diagnosis.

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Hurricane

In the midst of recent powerful storms, Scott Pelley looks at Hurricane Harvey's destruction to better understand what the future may hold for coastal cities.

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Divided

Eight months into the Trump administration, 60 Minutes travels to Michigan, which played a pivotal role in the election, and takes the pulse of the nation. Oprah Winfrey reports.

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Steelers snub US anthem

The Pittsburgh Steelers stayed in their locker room for the national anthem ahead of their game with Chicago Bears in protest at comments by President Trump

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John Dickerson on today's top political stories

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said "divisive comments" like those made by President Trump "demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL." John Dickerson, host of "Face the Nation," joined CBSN to discuss the feud between the NFL and Mr. Trump, as well as the top political stories of the day.

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Week in Review: Trump's tough talk

This week President Trump threatened to destroy North Korea and urged NFL owners to fire players who protest the national anthem, and republican senators are making an eleventh hour effort to get a healthcare bill through before the end of September.

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The magic of Harry Potter returns, on stage

Mark Phillips talks with Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling, director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne about the sensation of the London stage, coming soon to Broadway: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," a story of the now-grown wizard and the burden passed down to his family.

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Golden State disagree with Trump

NBA champions Golden State Warriors have had their White House invitation withdrawn and head coach Steve Kerr gave his response to Donald Trump's comments on players' protest in the NFL.

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Shania Twain is back with "Now"

After a rocky end to her marriage with her longtime collaborator, the bestselling female country music singer ever is back with "Now," her first studio album in 15 years. Shania Twain opens up to Lee Cowan about her divorce, and finding love again; her childhood; the health crisis that almost ended her career; and how, by writing music on her own, she "wrote myself out of my misery."

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And the band member played on

Reading teacher Dawn West, 52, says the very happiest days of her life were the ones spent as a member of the West Virginia University marching band. What's amazing is, she never left, attending classes just to remain a member of the band. Steve Hartman meets the woman who may be America's only lifetime college student.

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A museum-worthy collection of trash

Over more than three decades, former NYC sanitation worker Nelson Molina collected items from the trash that he saw as treasures. It's become a collection worthy of a museum. Serena Altschul took a tour of his remarkable gallery of salvaged collectibles.

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Is an unusual name good for you?

A correspondent by the name of Susan Spencer explores why more and more parents today are gifting their babies with less-traditional names, from North West to Moxie Crimefighter Jilette. She talks with Michael Ayer, whose 15-year-old son is named Billion Ayer.

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Almanac: "60 Minutes" debuts

On September 24th, 1968, Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace introduced the revolutionary TV series "60 Minutes," created by long-time executive producer Don Hewitt. Jane Pauley looks back at the debut of the newsmagazine that has featured countless memorable moments over the last half-century.

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Beth Mowins makes broadcasting history

Beth Mowins made broadcasting history earlier this month. She became the first woman to call a nationally televised NFL game. Mowins will be back in the booth tomorrow, calling the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Indianapolis Colts on CBS. Reena Ninan spoke with Mowins earlier this week.

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Another earthquake rattles Mexico

The death toll from the earthquake that hit Mexico this week has climbed to 305. More than half of those deaths were in Mexico City. Rescue efforts paused today as the country was rattled again by a magnitude 6.1 aftershock. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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Is Los Angeles ready for a major earthquake?

Hours before Mexico City was rocked by a earthquake last week, a smaller quake jolted the Los Angeles area. It was a reminder that the so-called "big one" will eventually hit Southern California. Scientists say many Californians have a false sense of security regarding earthquakes. Carter Evans reports.

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