When a Dubai company was given the rights to operate facilities at six American seaports, it touched off a firestorm of debate in Congress. But this may be the least of the problems America faces on its waterfront. U.S. Customs can only inspect a very small percentage of the six million cargo containers that come into the U.S. each year. Some experts fear that the most likely way a nuclear device or dirty bomb could come into this country would be through our seaports. Steve Kroft reports.
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