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From left: Charles Lewis and Mike Wallace with local residents Martha Marcum, Elmer Heist and Ernest Harris during an interview in Albany, Ky., in 1984.

Mike Wallace piqued those in power for more than half a century, nowhere more famously than on the CBS News program "60 Minutes," between 1968 and 2008. Read more»

Democrats are trying to turn an evidence-free allegation into a major campaign theme, claiming that foreign corporations are "stealing our democracy" with secret, illegal contributions funneled through the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It’s a claim with little basis in fact. Read more»

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Ed Begley Jr in the Census ad 'Payton Schlewitt's Snapshot of America.'

Sen. McCain doesn't much approve of the Census Bureau's purchase of a $2.5 million Super Bowl ad. He says the expense is "completely out of touch." The Census says the ad "will carry great weight with viewers." Read more» 2

CBS has rejected a Super Bowl ad from gay dating site ManCrunch.com. Read more» 4

Tim Tebow

As a quarterback for the Florida Gators Tim Tebow rarely made mistakes. But his decision to appear in an anti-abortion ad during the Super Bowl has critics howling. Read more»

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