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Well, tonight there are increasing signs that Vladimir Putin's invasion could be backfiring, not just because of punishing sanctions from the US and our allies, but two Russian oligarchs are reportedly calling on Putin to end the war. And today, the Russian ruble fell to a record low is now worth less than a penny. CBS's Nancy Cordes has more on the fallout. Call it financial shock and off. Standard and Poor's cut Russia's credit rating to junk status today after the Treasury Department froze U...
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