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The Buks Stops Here

Producer Jennifer Buksbaum started at CBS News in 1989. She was based in the Moscow bureau in 1991 (though she missed the coup that ended the Soviet Union,) then left television for the New York Daily News. She returned to CBS in 1996, first at "48 Hours," then joined the Northeast Bureau in 1999 – where she's covered major stories from Elian Gonzalez to the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Elections to the death of Pope John Paul II and the installation of Pope Benedict XVI. Her father, David Buksbaum, worked for CBS for 30 years, retiring as vice president for news operations. Jennifer is our "10 Plus 1" subject this week, so send us some questions for her. She'll answer tomorrow.
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