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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Cyclocross in the City

Cyclocross, a sport of riding and carrying a bike over an off-road obstacle course, is returning to New York City after a seven year absence. Urban riders practice where ever they can.

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Israeli Politicians Mimic Obama Campaign

Politicians in Israel are copying Barack Obama's campaign website and slogan. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 29)

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Freeconomy- Living Life Without Money

In stark contrast to Black Friday, a British economics graduate is challenging himself to live for an entire year without money. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 29)

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Mumbai Residents Seek Answers After Attacks

In the aftermath of bloody attacks, Mumbai residents raised questions about how they could have occurred and how a handful of terrorists could hold off waves of Indian commandos, WSJ's Niraj Sheth reports. (Nov. 29)

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The Next Generation of Philanthropy

Kipton Cronkite discusses his philanthropy, KiptonArt, which helps promising young talent get started in the art field. (Dec. 1)

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CNET Holiday Help Desk

CNET's Natali Del Conte answers your tech gift questions while out on your "Black Friday" shopping spree.

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Giving Thanks After Ike

As millions in the U.S. give thanks Thursday, how are survivors of Hurricane Ike spending their Thanksgiving Day? Hari Sreenivasan revisits Bridge City, Texas.

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San Diego's Highway Helper

Thomas Weller patrols the highways to make sure anyone in need is not overlooked. In return, he asks that they perform a good deed for someone else. Steve Hartman reports.

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Foreclosure Hits Unexpected

A new wave of homeowners who pay their mortgages on time are now facing foreclosure after losing their jobs in the slumping economy. Ben Tracy has more.

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On Track For A Scam?

Many New York railroad workers can retire with a pension at the age of 50. Although their retirement seems like a good deal, many may be involved in a scam to get more. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Looking For Deals Can Be Fatal

Wal-Mart has noticed a spike in sales in recent weeks as consumers are looking for more value for their dollar, but some shoppers could be putting others in danger. Michelle Miller reports.

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Attacks Hit Home

Some victims were able to escape the gunfire in the Mumbai attacks and will recover from their wounds, while others never made it out of the chaos. Seth Doane has more.

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India Points Fingers North

Allegations are swirling in India that militants based in Pakistan were encouraged by rogue elements in Pakistani Intelligence. Mark Phillips has more.

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Mumbai Terror Continues

More than 3 days have passed since terrorists descended on Mumbai but police have not yet stopped a dwindling number of gunmen who continue to grip the city. Celia Hatton reports.

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Under The Radar- 11.29.08

A more than two-pound White Truffle is expected to sell for more than $200,000. Erica Hill and Chris Wragge have this and more headlines that have gone under the radar.

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Blockbuster Cheer

Milk, Frost/Nixon, Australia and Valkyrie are all among the most talked about movies to come out this holiday season. Chris Wragge has more with film critic Ben Mankiewicz.

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'Idol' Finalists Perform

American Idol finalists David Hernandez and Diana DeGarmo perform a holiday classic on Second Cup Caf before heading out on their U.S. tour.

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Not Your Mom's Leftovers

The 21 Club's Executive Chef John Greeley shows Erica Hill some ways to reinvent Thanksgiving leftovers.

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Flex Your Spending

Dr. Holly Phillips and Chris Wragge discuss ways to spend your flexible spending account dollars before the year and the money is gone.

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Pakistan denies involvement in Mumbai attacks

Pakistan has denied accusations of involvement in the Mumbai attacks, but analysts worry the India Pakistan peace process may be under threat.

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Protesters set up camp at gleaming Bangkok airport

Defiant protesters have set up a well-run makeshift camp at Bangkok's gleaming airport and are ignoring orders to leave, raising fears of clashes.

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Fire breaks out at Taj hotel as commandos kill last militants.

Commandos killed three gunmen on Saturday in Mumbai's Taj Hotel, bringing an end to a two-day Islamic militant assault on India's financial capital.

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American Women Describe Terrorists

Eyewitnesses Andreina Varagona and Linda Ragsdale, both from Nashville, Tenn., spoke to CBS News from their hospital beds after suffering gunshot wounds in Mumbai, India.

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Battle for Mumbai ends, 195 dead

Victims of India�s deadly terrorist attacks this week tell stories of survival in the terrifying moments when Islamic militants opened fire across the country�s financial capital. Voiced report.

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