Controversial radio icon Don Imus dies at age 79

Don Imus- one of radio’s legendary — and most controversial — figures died Friday at a Texas hospital. One of the original shock-jocks, Imus had a long, ground-breaking career. But it was marred by bouts of alcoholism and drug addiction, and all but ended in disgrace after he made racist comments on air. Jeff Glor reports.

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