It's an eerie sight, nearly three miles below the surface of the ocean. The wreckage of the El Faro cargo ship, which sank during Hurricane Joaquin, rests on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. It was seen by the public for the first time since the disaster on 60 Minutes Sunday.
As I reflect on the past year, I look forward to a new year. As such, I wanted to share my feelings as we say goodbye to another year. I know you'll be able to relate to some of what I have to say. Below the video is a transcript. Thank you for listening and being a good friend, always.
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