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Reporters Notebook: Episodes

It's Boxing Day in Britain. CBS' Larry Miller has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Correspondent Peter Maer has the Christmas edition of Reporters Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Robert Berger tells us about the festive Christmas Eve celebrations in Bethlehem. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman reflects on 52-year old Candlestick Park, which will see its final regular season football game tonight.
After a cooling system problem aboard the International Space Station, U.S. astronauts are preparing to fix it. CBS News Correspondent Peter King has today's Reporter's Notebook.
White House Correspondent Peter Maer examines the recommendations of a Presidential panel on NSA surveillance. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
For Britons, paper money is about to go the way of the buggy whip. CBS's Larry Miller in London has today's Reporter's Notebook.
A ruling by a federal judge that the NSA's mass collection of telephone records is likely unconstitutional isn't the end of the story. CBS News senior legal analyst Andrew Cohen has today's Reporter's Notebook.
The end of the ten days of mourning for Nelson Mandela coincides with a date steeped in significance for South Africa. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Belgium is expected to become the first country to remove age restrictions on euthanasia, allowing terminally-ill children to die with the help of doctors. CBS Reporter Teri Schultz has today's Reporters Notebook.
Just about everyone seems to have an opinion on allowing cell phone use on aircraft. Correspondent Barry Bagnato has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS Correspondent Bob Fuss examines the Budget Deal that was announced by negotiators from both parties. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Leaders from around the world were among those attending today's memorial service for Nelson Mandela. From Johannesburg, Correspondent Vicki Barker has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Nelson Mandela, remembered by many as an icon of freedom, remains a controversial figure, even in death, in Israel. CBS News Correspondent Robert Berger has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Jim Taylor reflects on the life of Nelson Mandela. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
You might have trouble getting service at your local fast food restaurant today. CBS News Correspondent Heather Bosch has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Congress has plenty of work to do before going home for its holiday break. Bob Fuss has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter examines why American students rank below those from many other countries. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
The Supreme Court weighs in on the contention by on-line retailers that they shouldn't have to routinely collect state sales tax. CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Thanksgiving is being celebrated by many of the Americans living in the United Kingdom. Now, another U.S. holiday tradition is taking shape in Britain. Reporter Larry Miller in London has the details in today's Reporter's Notebook.
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