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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Mind Reading

Neuroscience has learned so much about how we think and the brain activity linked to certain thoughts that it is now possible - on a very basic scale - to read a person's mind. Lesley Stahl reports.

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The Cheaters

60 Mintes and The Washington Post reveal how online poker players suspecting cheating were forced to successfully ferret out the cheaters themselves. Steve Kroft and Gilbert Gaul report.

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Andy's Sheds Some Clothes

What's lurking inside Andy Rooney's closet? Andy tries to shed some old clothes.

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Jackson In Detail

The Jackson family remains out of sight while investigators say Dr. Conrad Murray, who was with Jackson during his last moments, provided useful information during questioning. Ben Tracy reports.

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Artists In Exile

Iran's defeated Presidential candidate Mousavi is being supported by many Iranians in America, some of whom are expressing anger and frustration with art. Seth Doane has more.

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Honduran President Expelled

President Obama expressed concern and called for a peaceful resolution to the political crisis in Honduras, after their army arrested and expelled the Honduran president Kimberly Dozier reports.

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U.S. Military Moving Time

It is moving week for the U.S. Military. As agreed, American forces will pull back from cities in Iraq. Also, the U.S. leaves the security of the country to Iraqi forces. Lara Logan reports.

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Separating Icons From Heroes

In the wake of the tragic passing of Michael Jackson Bob Schieffer honors the gifted, yet troubled musical genius but notes that pop icons are not the same as American heroes.

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Madoff Victim Speaks

Sharon Lissaur will speak at the sentencing of disgraced financier Bernie Madoff. She placed all her savings with Madoff, and lost everything. More on Madoff's victims tonight on the CBS Evening News.

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Handling Iran Crisis

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nation, Dr. Suan Rice spoke with Bob Schieffer about the current state of relations between the U.S. and Iran.

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Fast Draw- Gossamer Albatross

30 years ago Brian Allen soared into the history books, flying his "Gossamer Albatross" across the English Channel. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler honor the man who still inspires innovators.

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Fashion- Fashion Spotlight- Hermes

The fashion critic Suzy Menke interviews Ms. Nichanian, one of few women in the fashion industry who design clothes for men.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- The Links are Burning

After running into a handful of common course frustrations, Bill Pennington falls victim to golf's version of road rage and explodes at another golfer.

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Asia Pacific- School's Out - Cricket's In

As the summer vacation begins, a New York Police Department cricket competition provides an outlet for teenagers from the Indian subcontinent and West Indies, where the venerable English game is hugely popular.

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