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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Rep-elect Aaron Schock

On Jan. 20, Aaron Schock will become the first United States congressman born during the 1980s.

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Iranian Hip-Hop Scene Operates Underground

In a country where rap music is suppressed and punishable, Iranian hip-hop artists are operating underground. Fox News' Amy Kellogg reports. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 27)

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Helene Steel & Howard Schlosser

High school sweethearts Helene Steel and Howard Schlosser talk about how they reconnected on the Internet, 40 years after they first dated.

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Face The Nation, 11.30.08

Bob Schieffer talks with a panel of political authors about the attacks in India, Barack Obama's national security team and what's next for the economy.

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Chaos reigns at Thailand's tourist airlift

Special flights have begun at the U-Tapao military base in Thailand to repatriate travelers stranded by an anti-government blockade of Bangkok's two main airports. But people who arrived here found crowds of tired and angry passengers, armed guards, piles of garbage, mountains of luggage and an increasingly tense atmosphere as everyone tries to leave the country.

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Ex-hostage Betancourt on new mission in Latin America

Former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt began a Latin American tour at the weekend, saying she was eager to secure the help of regional leaders in persuading Colombian Marxist FARC rebels to disarm and end their guerrilla war. Betancourt is back in Colombia for the first time since she was rescued from guerrillas after a six-year hostage ordeal.

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Nobel prize winner's AIDS centre an example for many

As World AIDS Day is marked on Monday, the fight against the disease remains stymied by the lack of adequate treatment in poor countries. In Abidjan, there is a highly respected institute founded by Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier. A look at this centre which is a model for many in Africa.

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Por-government supporters rally in tense Bangkok

Thousands of supporters of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra massed in Bangkok Sunday to show support for the embattled government, raising fears of clashes with rivals besieging the airports. Bedecked in bright red shirts to differentiate themselves from their yellow-clad foes in the People's Alliance for Democracy, the pro-government supporters waved Thai flags and wore headbands reading simply "Thaksin."

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Mumbai slowly on the mend after terror attacks

Residents of Mumbai are slowly coming to grips with the implications of the coordianted attacks on the financial capital. Survivors speak out, as families grieves their loved ones.

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Britain's controversial tax cut goes into effect

A controversial tax cut on goods and services goes into effect on Monday in the U.K. But is it enough medicine to cure a sickly economy, hammered by the global financial crisis.

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Artist's Technicolored Dream

Artist Herb Williams has transformed a childhood favorite, crayons, into a sculptural medium. Michelle Miller has more.

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Postville Factory Is Not Kosher

Postville, Iowa's largest factory, a Kosher meatpacking plant, has closed following fraud charges, leaving behind hundreds of employees without work. Seth Doane reports.

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Universities Feel The Pinch

State budget cuts mean public universities will be accepting fewer students than in years past. Bill Whitaker has more.

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Fighting Piracy In East Africa

Africom, an ongoing U.S. training mission in Uganda and other African nations, is working to help combat Somalian piracy. Allen Pizzey reports from Uganda.

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Insecurity In Instability

The Obama Administration will have its work cut out for it in the foreign policy department, but this time it's not the usual suspects stirring the pot. Bob Orr has more.

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Mumbai Violence Ends

India is left picking up the pieces and looking for answers after almost 200 people died in the Mumbai terrorist attacks. Celia Hatton reports.

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