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Supreme Court justices begin hearing cases after Scalia's death

The Supreme Court returns to work Monday for the first time since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Thousands of mourners gathered in Washington Saturday for his funeral. The justices will hear oral arguments without Scalia for the first time, as none of the eight remaining justices have served without him. Jan Crawford reports.
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