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Southeast Asia / Bob Simon / Roberto Alvarez / Juan Caldera #1147505

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 12, 2015
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Good evening. We're beginning with an ending. And we're doing this to give you a better idea of what's been lost. There was a car wreck in Manhattan last night. Nothing remarkable except the one person killed was Bob Simon. Simon was in his 19th season on 60 Minutes and before that he'd spent nearly 30 years on this program. He was among the most courageous and gifted reporters of our time and he reminded us how good journalism can be I'm from the Bronx and in fact it took a long time for CBS wo...
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