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CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 03, 2017
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An unbelievable amount of intelligence, but now it turns out some of that intelligence seized in an operation that cost a Navy SEAL, his life was available online. Back in 2007. Also tonight, the president hits the Iranians with new sanctions for testing a ballistic missile and warns them that you're playing with fire. El Chapo is caravan to court. The Mexican drug lord and frequent prison escapee complains about conditions in a New York jail. And Steve Hartman with the man who wrote the book on...
Reporter(s):
Scott Pelley;Steve Hartman
Duration:
00:00:51

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