Late '60 Minutes' Correspondent Morley Safer Honored With Jazz, LaughsCBS News paid tribute to late ``60 Minutes'' reporter Morley Safer on Thursday with some New Orleans jazz from Wynton Marsalis, a letter from the prime minister of his native Canada, and a few hearty laughs.
PHOTOS: Remembering Morley SaferLegendary "60 Minutes" correspondent Morley Safer, who chased stories all across the globe over his 61-year television career, died at age 84 on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Here is a look back at his career.
'60 Minutes' Correspondent Morley Safer Dead At 84His death comes just days after he formally retired after 46 seasons with the program.
As Morley Safer Retires, '60 Minutes' Looks Back On A Storied CareerMorley Safer was honored for his long and distinguished career in a “60 Minutes” special Sunday night, as he formally retires after 46 seasons with the program.
CBS News' Morley Safer Retiring After 46 Seasons On '60 Minutes'Morley Safer, a CBS News fixture and the longest serving correspondent for “60 Minutes,” will formally retire this week.
WCBS 880 Special Series: Where The Jobs Are – Part 3 – Jobs That Don't Require College DegreesA career without college? Some say it's the way of the future, WCBS 880's Wayne Cabot reported.
Friends, Colleagues Gather In NYC To Honor Mike WallaceChris Wallace turned and blew a kiss to a giant portrait of his father, "60 Minutes'' journalist Mike Wallace, after memorializing him Tuesday as "the best journalist I have ever known.''
Friends, Colleagues Remember CBS Newsman Mike Wallace He didn't just interview people. He interrogated them. Legendary CBS newsman Mike Wallace died over the weekend at the age of 93 and tributes have been pouring in for the "60 Minutes" pioneer.
News Legend Mike Wallace Dies At 93For 40-years, Mike Wallace's tough style was a hallmark of 60-minutes, his interviews were legendary. Today he is being remembered as a fierce newsman and a pioneer in broadcast journalism.
Bernard Madoff Tells Barbara Walters He Feels Safe, Is Happy In PrisonBernie Madoff says he has terrible remorse and horrible nightmares over his epic fraud, but feels safer in prison than on the outside.

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