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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Amid Junkyards, No Place Like Home

Joe Ardizzone, the only resident of the Willets Point section of Queens wants to save his neighborhood, also known as the Iron Triangle for its more than 200 auto repair and salvage businesses.

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How to Win a Venezuelan Election

Mary Anastasia O'Grady speaks with James Freeman. (Nov. 17)

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World leaders agree action plan for reform, global growth

World leaders agreed an action plan Saturday to boost flagging global growth and prevent future financial upheaval at a summit here, promising spending plans, a trade deal and reforms.

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Face The Nation, 11.16.08

Bob Schieffer speaks with political figures from both parties about a Fed bailout for automakers and a new direction for the Republican Party, and comments on famous presidential transitions.

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French opposition wracked by division

France's opposition Socialists slid deeper into disarray Sunday after they failed to agree on a new leader and a platform to build a challenge to right-wing President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Guarding the secret behind Portuguese pastries

A Lisbon bakery claims to hold the exclusive secret to making Natas pastries, one of Portugal's most celebrated deserts.

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Iraqi cabinet approves US military pact

Iraq's cabinet defied fiery opposition from Shiite hardliners on Sunday to approve a wide-ranging military pact that includes a timetable for the withdrawal of all US troops by the end of 2011.

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Uganda civil war orphan turns successful entrepreneur

One young Ugandan, orphaned by the country's civil war, has managed to support his five younger siblings and pay for their education by setting up his own business in the slums of the capital.

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World Record Knocked Down

The Netherlands celebrates "Domino Day" by smashing a world record for the most consecutive dominoes to fall in succession.

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Love At First Sight

A new Conn. law says John Anderson and Garrett Stack will be able to marry after being together for decades.

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Swearing In Leaves Many Out

Barack Obama s Grant Park rally was the largest political gathering ever in the United States. His inauguration will likely break that record, with thousands already clamoring for tickets. Thalia Assuras has more.

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Who Can Marry?

Connecticut has legalized gay marriage, becoming just the second state, after Massachusetts, to do so. Priya David reports on the varying degrees to which gay couples have legal rights across the country.

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U.S. Auto Industry Stalls

Three million jobs could be at stake if one of the big three automakers fails, and the prospect of a bailout is looking bleak. Michelle Miller reports.

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Pound Weighs Heavy On Minds

Germany is in a recession and the UK?s unemployment rate continues to climb, leaving our neighbors across the pond panicking. Elizabeth Palmer has more.

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G-20 Summit Looks For Answers

A hastily assembled crisis summit in DC was the largest gathering of world leaders in almost a decade, everyone in attendance had one goal: stop to the global economic crisis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Santa Ana Winds Strike Again

Thousands of residents of the San Fernando Valley have fled their homes 70 mph winds fuel the fires behind them. Bill Whitaker has the latest on the fires ravaging homes in a Los Angeles suburb.

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