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Terry Strada / Congress / CIA #1179739

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016
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Today, Congress gave families of 9/11 victims the right to sue Saudi Arabia on the theory that the kingdom's officials might have had a role supporting the September 11th terrorists. The House followed the Senate in overriding President Obama's veto. It is the first override in his entire presidency. Here's Margaret Brennan. They've grown up without a dad. You know one child that has memories of him and one child that has no memories of him. It's been really difficult since Terry Strada's husban...
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Margaret Brennan
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