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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 10, 2015
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Tonight the worst fears confirmed for an American family and the American family. Kayla Mueller is dead. Kayla's calling was to help those who were suffering whether in her hometown of Prescott or on the other side of the world. David Martin has what we know about how she died in the hands of ISIS. And we'll look back at her extraordinary life buried in Boston. Jericka Duncan on the city reaching the breaking point just wholesale Zealand just came in like a freight train with his brand as the me...
Reporter(s):
David Martin;John Blackstone;Jericka Duncan;Scott Pelley;Jim Axelrod
Duration:
00:00:53

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