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Legacy of four who departed public service this week

Last week, there were four high-profile departures from public service, ranging from highly distinguished to controversial to disastrous: Rep. George Santos became the sixth lawmaker to be expelled from Congress and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died at the age of 100, while Rosalynn Carter was remembered as she was laid to rest in Georgia and Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, died at the age of 93. Mark Strassmann takes a look.

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Face The Nation: Cox, Polis, Gottlieb

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on...the co-chairs of the National Governors Association, Gov. Jared Polis and Gov. Spencer Cox, tells "Face the Nation" that their goal is that "whatever the issue is, whether it's abortion, whether it's Israel, Palestine, whether it's the border and immigration, stop shouting, start talking and listening", Former FDA commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb tells "Face the Nation" that the U.S. is looking at a "more typical winter pathogen season", and Last week, there were four high-profile departures from public service, ranging from highly distinguished to controversial to disastrous: Rep. George Santos became the sixth lawmaker to be expelled from Congress and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger died at the age of 100, while Rosalynn Carter was remembered as she was laid to rest in Georgia and Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, died at the age of 93. Mark Strassmann takes a look.

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Will the expulsion of George Santos cool the vitriol in Congress?

This past year, the House of Representatives has been one of boiling tensions, from floor fights over the office of House Speaker, to threatened government shutdowns – and now, the booting of New York Republican George Santos, only the third Congressman since the Civil War to be expelled from Congress. But will his expulsion cool tempers among those that remain? CBS News correspondent Scott MacFarlane takes the temperature of the People's House.

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