The "60 Minutes" team poses for photographers for the show's 25th anniversary on Nov.10, 1993. Photo: Mark Lennihan / AP

The 50th anniversary season premiere of "60 Minutes" (Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on CBS) will feature stories from Scott Pelley (what Hurricane Harvey tells about the impact such weather will have on cities in the future), Lesley Stahl (talking to Sen. John McCain about how he learned about his brain tumor); and the debut of Oprah Winfrey as special contributor, exploring the political divide that's stirring America.

Video clip: See the Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace open from the first-ever broadcast of "60 Minutes," on Sept. 24, 1968: "Kind of a magazine for television."

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Europe faces "stronger and deadlier" coronavirus wave

Paris under curfew. Photo: Kiran Ridley/Getty Images

The coronavirus is still winning: Now even Germany is entering another national lockdown, joined by France.

Why it matters: France has been "overpowered by a second wave,” President Emmanuel Macron said in a nationally televised address today. Macron said the "new wave will be stronger and deadlier" than the first.

Stocks close down more than 3%

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Stocks took a hit on Wednesday, with the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrials Average and Nasdaq dropping more than 3% across the board.

Why it matters: The volatility is a break from the stock market grinding higher in the face of spiking coronavirus cases, a stalling economy and gridlocked negotiations over an additional stimulus package.