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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Transportation at a Standstill With Belgium Strikes

A nationwide strike to protest rising prices in Belgium severely disrupts transportation services. Unions are protesting what they say is the government's failure to respond to the spiraling cost of living. Video courtesy or Reuters. (Oct. 6)

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Preventing a Nuclear Chavez

The U.S. should counter threatening acts by Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez by showing support for our allies in the region, starting with Colombia. Mary O'Grady tells Kelsey Hubbard how Democrats in Washington are sending mixed signals. (Oct. 6)

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Help in the kitchen for time-stressed Americans

Americans are struggling to find the time to make their families dinner. As they try to avoid the often less nutritious food easily available at fast-food restaurants, they are turning to prep kitchens, cooking at facilities which help them prepare the maximum amount of home-cooked meals in the minimum amount of time.

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Target Targets Criminals

The U.S. retail company Target has turned to the forensics field, a la "CSI." As Priya David reports, Target's security division has aided the FBI and other officials with solving gruesome crimes.

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Will Fed Bailout Even Help?

Concerns over the continually weakening state of the U.S. economy have led some financial analysts to question the effectiveness of the Federal bailout of Wall Street. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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American Seniors Can't Retire

Many elderly Americans can now no longer celebrate what is supposed to be the golden years of one's life, due to the current financial crisis. Michelle Miller reports on an alarmingly growing trend.

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Portraits Of Power

Richard Avedon photographed and collected numerous portraits of some of the world's most notorious leaders. Thalia Assuras examines the lasting impact of this legendary artist's work.

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No Getaway For O.J.

13 years after receiving an acquittal on murder charges, disgraced football star O.J. Simpson has been found guilty of kidnapping and robbery. As Bill Whitaker reports, Simpson faces a life sentence.

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U.S. Money Crisis Hits Europe

Europe's top political leaders have convened in France amidst fears over growing financial disasters overseas in the United States. Mark Phillips reports on the world impact of the mortgage crisis.

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Country Star James Otto Jams!

A popular artist on the Nashville circuit for the last 10 years, country singer James Otto has now emerged on the national scene with his hit "Sunset Man" album. Otto performs at the Second Cup Caf .

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Frittata Brunch On A Shoestring

Manhattan restaurateur Chef John Fraser creates the ideal brunch with goat cheese frittata, brioche French toast and bread pudding. Recipes for a delicious meal for four people, all for under $40!

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Couch Potato Olympics?

The Saturday Early Show hosts Chris Wragge and Erica Hill examine some of this week's wildest and wackiest news stories. Don't miss the dueling neighbors who get political on their lawn!

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Are You Spying On Your Spouse?

Why Hasn't He Called? author Matt Titus and Women's Health feature editor Nicole Beland discuss perhaps some of the more negative drawbacks when snooping on a significant other.

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Working Out With Your Lover

Studies suggest that working out at home with a significant other can actually prove to be very beneficial. Fitness expert Sarah Robichaud shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill some moves for couples.

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Under The Radar, 10.04.08

The Saturday Early Show hosts Chris Wragge and Erica Hill examine some of this week's wildest and wackiest news stories. Don't miss the dueling neighbors who get political on their lawn!

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Video- Man Struck By Lightning

Caught On Tape: Niagra County, N.Y. resident William Hall was struck by a massive lightning bolt when filling up his car at a local gas station. WIVB's Ellen Maxwell reports.

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