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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

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T Magazine- Brooklyn Views- The Home of Arnold Lehman

A tour of the home and contemporary art collection of Arnold Lehman, the director of the Brooklyn Museum.

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Evening News Pt.1

Wednesday: Scientists uncover a genetic link to cigarette addiction. A plan to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. And, why do politicians exaggerate?

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Evening News Pt. 3

Wednesday: Scientists uncover a genetic link to cigarette addiction. A plan to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. And, why do politicians exaggerate?

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Evening News Pt. 4

Wednesday: Scientists uncover a genetic link to cigarette addiction. A plan to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. And, why do politicians exaggerate?

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Evening News Pt. 2

Wednesday: Scientists uncover a genetic link to cigarette addiction. A plan to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. And, why do politicians exaggerate?

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Recyclables Support Family

One woman helps support her family by collecting bottles in the middle of the night because it pays more than other jobs. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Zimbabwe Elections Uncertain

There is still no official result in Zimbabwe's elections. The main opposition group is claiming victory but the current president Robert Mugabe is hanging on. Emma Hurd reports.

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The Pig Book Shows Pork Lives

As American wallets get thin, congressional earmark spending is getting fat. Sharyl Attkisson highlights some questionable items included in the latest summary of pork spending.

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A Global Fight Against Autism

It's World Autism Awareness Day and the organization Autism Speaks seeks a global effort to fight autism. Maggie Rodriguez speaks with the organization's founders Bob and Suzanne Wright.

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Obama Narrows Gap In Pa.

With three weeks until the Pennsylvania primary, Sen. Barack Obama is closing in on Sen. Hillary Clinton's lead. Harry Smith spoke with Obama on his campaign bus in Wilkes-Barre.

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Bush Pushes For NATO Expansion

At the NATO summit in Romania, Bush will push for more troops in Afghanistan, missile defense in Eastern Europe and membership for Ukraine and Georgia, which Russia opposes. Bill Plante reports.

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What To Tell Teens About Money

With Americans in more debt than ever, parents need to explain economics to their children. Financial expert Dave Ramsey shares some money talking tips with Harry Smith.

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Notebook- National Debt

Only On The Web: The U.S. now owes the world over $9 trillion, a mind-boggling sum. Katie Couric says more Americans should take an interest in our ailing economy and how to fix it.

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MoneyWatch

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified that an impending recession is possible. And struggling homeowners could soon be getting some help. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Fed chair Ben Bernanke will address Congress; March was a tough month for automakers; and the New York Yankees top the Major League Baseball payroll list.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tuesday: Lawmakers grill oil company execs; Troubling numbers on high school dropout rates; a family's transplant nightmare; and, inside the control room of America's debt machine.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tuesday: Lawmakers grill oil company execs; Troubling numbers on high school dropout rates; a family's transplant nightmare; and, inside the control room of America's debt machine.

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The History Of The Peace Symbol

April 4th marks the 50 year anniversary of the peace symbol. Ken Kolsbun, author of "Peace: The Biography of a Symbol" takes a look at the history of the sign.

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John McCain On Letterman

Republican presidential candidate John McCain traded barbs with David Letterman on Tuesday during "The Late Show with David Letterman."

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McCain- About 20 On Veep List

CBS News RAW: Asked how many names are on his list of potential running mates, John McCain says "I think it's like 20." He also says that he'd prefer to name his VP pick "earlier rather than later."

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Casual Clinton Talks Hoops

CBS News RAW: After challenging Barack Obama to a 'bowl-off' earlier, a beer-wielding Hillary Clinton jokes with reporters that they could shoot free throws instead to decide the Democratic race.

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Bernanke Grim On Economy

Speaking on Capitol Hill, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke didn't use the word "recession" but still issued a gloomy prognosis for the economy. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Mortgage Aid Proposed

The Senate has pieced together a rescue plan for homeowners facing foreclosure, offering states money to help them refinance their subprime mortgage loans. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Why Oh Why Do Candidates Lie?

On the campaign trail, stretching the truth can be as common as kissing babies. But in this age of information scrutiny, what leads a candidate to exaggerate his or her record? Katie Couric reports.

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McCain Looks Ahead

Sen. John McCain's GOP nomination caught many people by surprise. And as Chip Reid reports, his hard-earned discipline is now seeing his campaign into its final stages as he chooses a running mate.

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IS HOWARD DEAN SCREWING OBAMA/HILLARY'S CHANCES?

IS HOWARD DEAN SCREWING OBAMA/HILLARY'S CHANCES?

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