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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Burr- Washington in a State of Denial

On the heels of President Barack Obama's $3.6 trillion budget proposal, Republican Sen. Richard Burr says it's time to show restraint and make tough decisions or the American Dream could vanish. (Feb. 28)

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Assisted Suicide Case Spurs Right-to-die Debate

The case against an alleged assisted suicide ring known as the Final Exit Network has revived a long-simmering debate about the right to die. (Feb. 27)

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E-cigarettes- Healthy Habit or New Hazard?

With their glowing amber tips, and flavored nicotine-infused mists, electronic cigarettes are becoming popular alternatives to smoking traditional cigarettes in China and elsewhere. (Feb. 27)

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Bangladesh Says 72 Still Missing After Mutiny

Bangladesh's military said 72 officers were still missing Saturday after a two-day mutiny by border guards in which at least 76 people died. (Feb. 28)

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Obama Says He's Ready for Budget Fight

In his weekly radio and video address, President Barack Obama challenged the nation's vested interests to a legislative duel Saturday, saying he will fight to change health care, energy and education. (Feb. 28)

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Continental Sued Over Flight 3407 Crash

Relatives of a passenger killed when a commuter plane crashed into a house outside Buffalo have sued Continental Airlines and the flight's operators, claiming the aircraft had inadequate deicing equipment and an improperly trained crew. (Feb. 28)

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More Remains Found in New Mexico Desert

Albuquerque police have recovered more remains from the desert west of Albuquerque on Friday, bringing the total number of victims' bodies recovered during the monthlong excavation to 13. (Feb. 28)

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Looming Talks Will Tackle How to Rebuild Gaza

How to rebuild Gaza and who should pay for it will be discussed among international donors and diplomats in Egypt. The territory was devastated by Israeli air strikes targeting militant Hamas rulers. (Feb. 28)

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Dutch Crash- Could It Have Been Turbulence?

Investigators are examining turbulence as one of the possible causes of the Turkish Airlines crash that killed nine people and injured more than 100 near Amsterdam's main airport. (Feb. 28)

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Raw Video- Deputy Shown Kicking Teen Girl

Surveillance video released in an assault case against a King County, Wash. sheriff's deputy shows him kicking a young girl, slamming her to the jail cell floor and striking her repeatedly. The deputy has pleaded not guilty in case. (Feb. 27)

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Obama Attends Washington Wizards Basketball Game

President Barack Obama took a break from politics Friday to sit courtside at a basketball game between his hometown team Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards. (Feb. 27)

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Vows- Vows- Francine & Jens

Francine Margolis and Jens Juul Jorgensen met on a film set in Maryland. After concluding their improvised scene with a bold kiss, Jens gave Francine his business card and it was a wrap.

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Business- Your Money- Obama's Tax Proposal

Ron Lieber, the Your Money columnist for The Times, discusses President Obama's proposed income taxes and how they might affect you.

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Style- Generation B- Boomers in Line

In frigid temperatures, midcareer job applicants wait to be seen by prospective employers.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Did Liberals Hurt Iraq?

Heather Hurlburt, left, of the National Security Network and Eli Lake of The New Republic debate whether liberal opposition helped or harmed the Iraq war effort.

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Friday, February 27, 2009

FLOTUS as Cover Girl

First Lady fashion

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Bankers to Obama- stop trashing us!

Bankers to Obama: stop trashing us!

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Bankers to Obama- Stop trashing us!

Bankers to Obama: stop trashing us!

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Obama responds to Dem criticisms

Obama responds to Dem criticisms

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Obama responds to Dem criticisms

Obama responds to Dem criticisms

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CPAC Weighs In On Bush

CPAC Weighs In On Bush

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McCain reacts to Obama's Iraq plan

McCain reacts to Obama's Iraq plan

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Obama sets Iraq end date

Obaam sets Iraq end date

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Obama- "Semper Fi"

Obama: "Semper Fi"

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Boehner- "spending barrage" just starting

Boehner: "spending barrage" just starting

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Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

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Laura Bush on ABC World News

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POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

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Laura Bush on GMA

Laura Bush on GMA

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POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

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N.y./region- Wall Street Woes from the Barber's Chair

A Wall Street barbershop where stressed clients can take the edge off with a drink, and where one 95-year-old customer began his career during the Depression.

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Raw Video- More Wildfires in Australia

Firefighters in the Australian state of Victoria were battling to get on top of new flare-ups as high temperatures and strong winds intensified the bushfire risk. Fires earlier in the month killed more than 200 people. (Feb. 27)

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China can only offer limited help to ASEAN economies

As ASEAN leaders meet in Thailand, a senior World Bank economist says China's economic growth can help southeast Asia, but is not large enough to save it from a downturn.

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Temple Offers Big $$ to Lure Jewish Families

A temple in Dothan, Alabama is offering $50,000 to Jewish families who agree to relocate to the small southern town and take an active role in the congregation. The AP's Jason Bronis explains. (Feb. 26)

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2nd Arrest Made in NYC Hate Slaying

A second arrest was made Friday in the hate crime killing of an Ecuadorean immigrant, a prosecutor said. Keith Phoenix was arrested the day after a video was released of him grinning minutes after the deadly attack. (Feb. 27)

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First Person- Military Reacts to Obama's Plan

Members of the military stationed at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina reacted President Barack Obama's speech Friday. (Feb. 27)

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Iraqis Waiting, Hopeful for U.S. Troop Pullout

Residents of Baghdad say the departure of most U.S. troops next year is welcome, although some wonder if the country's military is ready to offer protection. (Feb. 27)

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Detectives Hit Wall in Hunt for LA Serial Killer

Los Angeles police detectives released a recording of a 22-year old emergency call in the hopes of tracking down the man dubbed the "grim sleeper", suspected of killing 11 people since 1985. (Feb. 26)

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Troops React to Obama's Iraq Pullout Plan

Some troops, veterans and military families in Fort Hood, Texas support President Barack Obama's plan to remove U.S. combat forces by August 2010. (Feb. 27)

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5 Students From Chile Shot in Fla.

Authorities say that two students from Chile were killed and three others wounded in a mass shooting in a town in Florida's northern Panhandle. (Feb. 27)

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First Person- Auto Woes Roll Down to Parts Maker

The struggles of the Big Three auto makers means worry at a range of suppliers making the raw materials going into vehicles, suppliers like FormTech Industries in Royal Oak, Mich. (Feb. 27)

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Father Turns on Dryer With Baby Inside

Police in Mesa, Arizona say a father is jailed on child abuse charges after he intentionally turned on a clothes dryer while his 1-year-old son played inside. (Feb. 27)

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Obama Set to Unveil Iraq Plan

President Barack Obama has told lawmakers he plans to withdraw most American troops from Iraq by August 2010. The President hopes to leave about 35,000 troops in Iraq to advise Iraqi forces. (Feb. 27)

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Suspect Arrested in Murder of 3 Chicago Teens

Authorities in Illinois have filed homicide charges against a 20-year-old in the shooting deaths of three teenagers. The suspect is expected in court on Friday. (Feb. 27)

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FBI Agent Shot During Roundup of Drug Suspects

An FBI agent was shot and wounded Thursday morning during a roundup of suspects in an alleged cocaine distribution ring, a Buffalo-area sweep that also led to the arrest of a former NBA player in Nevada. (Feb. 26)

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Dead Body Found Inside Car Ticketed 7 Times

A car found in a Gainesville, Fla. neighborhood with a dead body in the back seat had been ticketed seven times by city parking enforcement. Police say an autopsy helped them identify the man, but it didn't reveal an obvious cause of death. (Feb. 26)

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Mexico Prez Hopes to Quell Drug Violence

In an interview with The Associated Press CEO Tom Curley, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Mexico is making progress and hopes to win the war against the world's most powerful drug gangs before his term ends in 2012. (Feb. 26)

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Four Charged in Suicide Assistance Probe

Four members of the Final Exit Network were charged Wednesday with helping a 58-year-old Georgia man suffering from cancer end his life by inhaling helium. (Feb. 26)

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Engine Trouble Eyed in Dutch Plane Crash

Engine trouble may have caused the Turkish Airlines crash that killed nine people in the Netherlands, the head of the agency investigating the accident said Thursday. (Feb. 26)

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Your Money- Prioritizing Debt

Many people are wrestling with whether to prioritize their mortgage payment or their credit card bills. AP posed the question to Lynette Khalfani-Cox, bestselling author of "Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom." (Feb. 27)

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Feb. 27- Wall Street Slides on Citigroup-gov't.

Wall Street ended another unforgiving month with a steep loss as Citigroup Inc. and General Electric Co. both unsettled investors. (Feb. 27)

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Economy Shrinks at Fastest Pace in 26 Years

The economy contracted at a staggering 6.2 percent pace at the end of 2008, the worst showing in a quarter-century, as consumers and businesses ratcheted back spending, plunging the country deeper into recession. (Feb. 27)

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Analyst- 'Zombie' Banks Weighing Down Economy

As the government takes an even larger ownership role in Citigroiup, many economists are warning that the 'baby steps' being taken to fix the banking system are not having an immediate effect. (Feb. 27)

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Citigroup Reaches Aid Deal With Government

Shares of Citigroup sold off sharply early Friday after the government announced it will exchange up to $25 billion in funding it provided Citigroup for as much as a 36 percent equity stake in the bank. (Feb. 27)

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Rocky Mountain News Closing After Friday Edition

The Rocky Mountain News, Colorado's oldest newspaper and a Denver fixture since 1859, will publish its last edition Friday. Owner E.W. Scripps Co. said Thursday the newspaper lost $16 million last year and the company couldn't find a buyer. (Feb. 26)

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Curtains closing on Broadway?

The U.S. economy may look grim but the stars on Broadway have never tried harder to sparkle. New York City's Great White Way is embarking on a record breaking campaign to convince audiences to keep buying tickets. Since the recession, the city has seen fewer tourists so campaigners are working hard to get New Yorkers to get out of the house and into the theatre.

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Swedes rush to 'Millennium' crime thriller flick

It was a blockbuster opening night for "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", the film adaptation of the first tome of Sweden's hit Millennium trilogy. More than 30,000 people turned out to watch the long-awaited adaptation of the crime thriller by the late Stieg Larsson.

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Move over, Inspector Gadget

Spy cameras, robots, hi-tech weapons. The Orlando police have begun using all kinds of tools that, until now, were only available to the military.

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Families of murdered Bangladeshi officers cope with grief

Security forces in Bangladesh on Friday uncovered dozens of bodies of murdered army officers as a nationwide hunt was launched for renegade border troops behind a deadly mutiny in the capital. Meanwhile families of the dead are coping with their loss.

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Obama sets end of August 2010 for end of US combat in Iraq

President Barack Obama on Friday set a date of August 31, 2010 for the end of US combat operations in Iraq, and said he intended to fully withdraw all troops by the end of 2011.

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Gallup - Older Americans the Least Worried About Money

An aggregate of Gallup Poll Daily tracking data collected in February reveals that Americans aged 70 to 89 are the least likely to say they are worried about money, while those aged 40 to 49 are the most likely to be worried.

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Gallup - Majority Oppose Congressional Aid to Automakers

Fifty-eight percent of Americans oppose Congress giving aid to U.S. automakers who are in danger of going bankrupt and 41% are in favor.

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Goodbye To Bush Tax Cuts?

High-income earners may now pay more in taxes if President Obama's budget is passed. The money gained would be put toward programs like healthcare and food safety inspections. Ben Tracy reports.

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Obama Plans Troop Withdrawal

President Obama plans to fulfill a campaign promise to withdraw troops from Iraq and will make the announcement at Camp Lejeune, reports Bill Plante.

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Newt Gingrich On Obama Budget

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich takes apart President Obama's "big government" plan to save the economy. He spoke to Harry Smith.

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Paul And The GOP

Washington Unplugged: Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) talks to Bob Schieffer about the future of the Republican party, his internet following and says he will "probably" not run again for president.

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Retro-wheels on show in Berlin

One Berlin museum is dedicated to motorbikes made by the authoritarian former East German state. As Germany looks forward to marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, there's renewed enthusiasm for relics of the old East.

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Iraqi forces flex muscles as US plans withdrawal

As the United States prepares its military departure, the growing competence of Iraq's own armed forces has boosted confidence in Baghdad. But the ability of Iraqis to fight without US help is still unknown.

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Students race through desert in ageing Renault bangers

More than 2,000 car-crazed students are motoring from the French capital and across 6,000 kilometres of African desert in a different kind of race. The catch? In this rally, they've got to be equipped with an ageing Renault 4.

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Who is the 'girl with the dragon tattoo'?

A movie based on the first volume of Swedish author's cult trilogy "Millennium" hit screens in Scandinavia on Friday.

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Making music, not war, in Baghdad

The Baghdad Institute of Music once again hums with activity after years of silence enforced by fear.

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The Minimalist- Beet Salad With Garlic-Walnut Sauce

Mark Bittman tosses a beet salad with garlic-walnut sauce, but without goat cheese.

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City Room- Tell It to Judge, and Photographer

Crack possession? Murder charge? Assault? If you are at the courthouse, the man with the camera and blog wants your story.

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Front- Travel- The Frugal Traveler- Baby on Board

After years of traveling solo, the Frugal Traveler enters a new chapter in his life on a family trip to Venice.

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N.y./region- Big-Time Ski Jumping, Small Town Feel

For more than 30 years, Salisbury, Conn., has held a ski-jumping contest with a small-town feel and high-level competition.

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Obama- U.S. Combat in Iraq to End in 2010

President Barack Obama has drawn the finish line in Iraq. The president says US combat in Iraq will end by Aug. 31, 2010. (Feb. 27)

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Thursday, February 26, 2009

CPAC Conference II

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CPAC Conference II

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CPAC Conference I

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CPAC Exhibit Hall

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Thursday's Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

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Thursday's Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

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CPAC Day One

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CNN breaks budget embargo

Ed Henry a little early?

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President Obama and Stevie Wonder

President Obama and Stevie Wonder

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Michelle Obama introduces Stevie Wonder

Michelle Obama introduces Stevie Wonder

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Stevie Wonder Performs

Stevie Wonder performs at the White House.

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Obama remarks on budget

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Obama remarks on budget

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Kenneth Jindal?

Kenneth Jindal?

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Morning Show Roundup 2/26/09

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Politico Playback 2/26/09

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Pelosi on Iraq Residual Forces

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi speaks with Rachel Maddow about Iraq Residual Forces

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U.s.- President Obama Releases Budget

Reporter Peter Baker on President Obama's new budget blueprint, which estimates a stunning deficit of $1.75 trillion for the current fiscal year.

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Daily Baggage- Daily Baggage- Feb. 26

The Bagger packs up his Daily Baggage for the season.

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Arts- Heckling the Hopeful Since 1934

Amateur Night at the Apollo has been making and breaking dreams for the past 75 years. A peek behind the curtain of this storied institution.

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Obama Unveils Budget and Record Deficit

President Obama unveiled his $3.55 trillion budget Thursday, along with a $1.75 trillion deficit. The AP's Julie Pace has the details of Obama's spending plan. (Feb. 26)

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Senate Approves DC Voting Bill

The people of District of Columbia would get the vote in Congress the Founding Fathers denied them under legislation the Senate has approved. The House is to take up the measure next week and is expected to pass it easily. (Feb. 26)

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Raw Video- Obamas Honor Stevie Wonder

President Barack Obama on Wednesday thanked musician Stevie Wonder for creating 'a style that's uniquely American' as he presented the singer-songwriter the nation's highest award for pop music. (Feb. 25)

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Video Essay- TX Town Survives New Border Barrier

When the government announced plans to build a new fence along portions of the Mexican border, residents of Granjeno, a sleepy town along the Rio Grande, feared the barrier would cut them off from their backyards and even destroy some homes. (Feb. 25)

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D.C. Fair Helps Jump-Start Veterans' Careers

As the number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits topped 5.1 million on Thursday, about 500 veterans attended a career fair in Washington D.C. designed to help returning service members and their spouses find jobs. (Feb. 26)

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Your Money- Child Care Savings

With wallet's being pinched, finding affordable ways to care for your children can be a challenge. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org

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Feb. 26- Health Care Woes Send Stocks Lower

Health care stocks, one of the better performers on Wall Street lately, led the market lower Thursday after the White House proposed cutting payments to private insurance plans. (Feb. 26)

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Sharp Rise in Jobless Claims Strains Economy

New jobless claims rose more than expected last week and the number of Americans continuing to receive unemployment benefits has topped 5.1 million, fresh evidence the recession is increasingly forcing employers to shed jobs. (Feb. 26)

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NYPD Hunts for Suspect in Immigrant's Death

One man is being held on a hate crime murder charge for the beating death of an Ecuadorean immigrant in Brooklyn, NY as police continue to hunt for the second suspect. (Feb. 26)

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A Heroes Welcome for 'Slumdog' Child Stars

There was mayhem in Mumbai as the child stars of Oscar-winning movie 'Slumdog Millionaire' arrived home. (Feb. 26)

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Saint Laurent Auction Rakes in $484 Million

Two rare bronze sculptures that disappeared from China nearly 150 years ago, and demanded back by Beijing, sold for millions Wednesday as an auction of art works owned by the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. (Feb. 26)

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Zoo- Orangutan Learns to Whistle

An orangutan at the National Zoo has a very unique talent - she can whistle! Bonnie is the first orangutan ever to be documented making the sound and scientists say her ability has implications on the evolution of speech. (Feb. 26)

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Pentagon Reverses Coffin Photo Ban

Defense Secretary Robert Gates has decided to allow photos of flag-draped caskets at Dover Air Force Base, Del., if the families of the fallen troops agree. (Feb. 26)

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Obama Pledges to Slash Spending by $2 Trillion

President Barack Obama is promising to slash federal spending by $2 trillion, even as the administration initially invests large sums of money to revive the faltering economy. (Feb. 26)

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Bones of 11th Body Found Near Albuquerque

Police have unearthed an 11th body from the mesa west of Albuquerque as their investigation heats up with the identification through dental records of a pregnant victim found at the city's largest ever crime scene. (Feb. 26)

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Congressional Leaders React to Obama's Budget

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Minority leader John Boehner reacted to the unveiling of President Barack Obama's multi-trillion dollar spending plan Thursday. (Feb. 26)

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Bangladesh Mutiny Ends After Tanks Enter Capital

A major show of military force finally persuaded mutinous border guards to lay down their arms and end their revolt in Bangladesh. (Feb. 26)

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Puppy Rescued After Being Thrown From Car

A six-week-old puppy is on the mend in Anthem, Arizona after being thrown out of a moving car. (Feb. 26)

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Raw Video- Fishing Boat Runs Aground in Alaska

Four crew members of a fishing boat that grounded on Akutan Island in Alaska used a crab pot to lower themselves off their vessel Wednesday to get to higher ground, where they were hoisted to safety by a rescue helicopter. (Feb. 26)

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Holder- Closing Gitmo Will Be Challenging

Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday that the prison at Guantanamo Bay is a well-run facility, that will be a challenge to close. Holder recently visited Gitmo, where he said he did not witness any mistreatment of prisoners. (Feb. 26)

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Lawsuits Filed Following Denver Runway Crash

Four passengers on a Continental Airlines jet that veered off a Denver runway on Dec. 20 have filed lawsuits against the jet's maker. (Feb. 26)

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Expert- Is Recession Threat to Security?

Trillions of dollars in government spending might stabilize the economy, but for now it may have weakened some U.S. Security interests abroad and hampered the nation's ability to respond financially to an attack at home. (Feb. 25)

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11-year-old Charged As Adult in Woman's Death

An 11-year-old boy has been charged as an adult in the shooting death of his father's pregnant fiancee. Wednesday, the boy was transferred from a jail to a juvenile facility under a court order. (Feb. 25)

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Gas boom threatens indigenous in Russian far east

On the northeastern shores of Sakhalin Island, a culture is facing extinction. The Nivkhs, a small indigenous ethnic group, have survived for centuries in this harsh climate, hunting and fishing, but today massive offshore oil and gas projects have eroded fish stocks, posing a threat to their traditional way of life.

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Curtains closing on Broadway?

The U.S. economy may look grim but the stars on Broadway have never tried harder to sparkle. New York City's Great White Way is embarking on a record breaking campaign to convince audiences to keep buying tickets. Since the recession, the city has seen fewer tourists so campaigners are working hard to get New Yorkers to get out of the house and into the theatre.

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On the trail of Swedish blockbuster author

AFPTV follows the trail of Stieg Larsson, the hero of Swedish crime fiction and documenter of Stockholm's dark underbelly.

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The biggest football match in the world

One match, two days, hundreds of players and one ball -- welcome to the Royal Shrovetide Football Match. The annual sport started centuries ago, has very few rules and the goal posts are five kilometres apart. May the best team win.

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Exclusive interview with Clint Eastwood

Legendary American filmmaker Clint Eastwood received an honorary palme d'or on Wednesday from the organisers of the Cannes Film Festival. He spoke exclusively to AFP.

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Obama Pushes Economic Optimism

President Obama walked a fine line between straight talk about the nation's woes and inspirational oratory about the nation's ability to recover. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Majority say government aid to homeowners is necessary

A majority of Americans (59%) believe providing government aid to certain homeowners who cannot pay their mortgages is necessary to help stabilize the housing market. Just 38% say providing aid is not necessary.

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Dustin Hoffman gets nod from French

Actor Dustin Hoffman was honoured in Paris on Thursday, being made Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters. He spoke of the influence French cinema has had on his own career.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Hurray for Hollywood?

The columnist Nicholas D. Kristof will do anything to get people's attention on the situation in Eastern Chad -- even tagging along with a Hollywood celebrity, George Clooney.

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Slumdog actors return to heroes' welcome

Slumdog Millionaire child actors are returning to Mumbai Thursday to a heroes' welcome after helping the film to sweep the Oscars at the weekend. The movie won eight Oscars including best film. Hundreds gathered at Mumbai airport to catch a glimpse of the actors on their return from Los Angeles.

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Uganda's blind boxer

For many Ugandans, boxing is their national sport. The East African country has produced world-class fighters, but many of the toughest aren't prepared to step into the ring with Bashir Ramathan -- even though he is blind.

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Indian textile industry reeling from global slump

The global economic crisis has hit India's textile industry hard: 700,000 workers have already been laid off, and another half a million could lose their jobs in coming months.

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Chinese relics fetch millions at YSL art auction

Mystery bidders Wednesday snared a pair of ancient Chinese bronzes for 15.7 million euros each, as they went on the block at the record-smashing Yves Saint Laurent art auction despite protests from Beijing.

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

WH raccoon update!

WH raccoon update!

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Matthews explains "Oh God"

Matthews explains "Oh God"

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DeLay disses Matthews

DeLay disses Matthews

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MADD

MADD(eningly) off message

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Holmes Norton & Stephen Colbert on DC Voting Rights

Holmes Norton & Stephen Colbert on DC Voting Rights

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Byrd- Obama in power grab

Byrd: Obama in power grab

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Obama with Finance Committee Members

Obama's remarks after meeting with the Senate Banking Committee and the House Financial Services Committe.

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Obama's Address

Obama's Address

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'Joe The Plumber' laughs at Obama's speech

'Joe The Plumber' laughs at Obama's speech

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Wednesday's Gibbs and Takes

Gibbs and Takes 2/25/09

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Wednesday's Gibbs and Takes

Gibbs and Takes 2/25/09

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Biden - Morning Show Appearences

Biden - Morning Show Appearences

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Morning Show Roundup 2/25/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/25/09

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Gibbs gets the Helen Thomas treatment

Gibbs gets the Helen Thomas treatment

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Gibbs gets the Helen Thomas treatment

Gibbs gets the Helen Thomas treatment

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Michael Steele on Morning Joe

Michael Steele on Morning Joe

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Biden on Today Show

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Byrd- Obama in power grab

Byrd: Obama in power grab

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Biden on Early Show

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Obama Announces Locke for Commerce

Obama Announces former Washington Governor Gary Locke for Commerce Secretary.

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POLITICO talks with Vt. Gov. Jim Douglas

POLITICO talks with Vt. Gov. Jim Douglas

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POLITICO talks with Vt. Gov. Jim Douglas

POLITICO talks with Vt. Gov. Jim Douglas

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VandeHei on Obama's speech

VandeHei on Obama's speech

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Post Spin SOTU

Post Spin SOTU

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Holder Announces Sweeping Drug Arrests

Attorney General Eric Holder announced Wednesday that federal agents have rounded up more than 700 suspects in a wide-ranging crackdown on Mexican drug cartels operating inside the United States. (Feb. 25)

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Reporter Confronts Holocaust-denying Bishop

The Holocaust-denying Catholic bishop whose statements embarrassed the Vatican and led to his expulsion from Argentina threatened a journalist with a defiantly raised fist at the airport. The bishop is now in London. (Feb. 25)

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GOP's Jindal Calls Obama's Plan Irresponsible

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says Republicans are ready to work with the president on turning around the economy, but says Obama's recovery plan will increase the size of government, raise taxes and saddle future generations with debt. (Feb. 26)

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Fit As Ever, Woods Ready for Rush of Competing

After a practice round, Tiger Woods met the media from the site of the Accenture Match Play Championship which begins Wednesday. (Feb. 24).

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Murdoch Sorry for NY Post Cartoon Seen As Racist

New York Post Chairman Rupert Murdoch apologized Tuesday for a cartoon that critics said likened a violent chimpanzee shot dead by police to President Barack Obama. (Feb. 24)

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Obama- Economic Agenda Begins With Jobs

During his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama said 'now is the time to jumpstart job creation.' (Feb. 24)

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Obama- Health Care Must Be Reformed Now

In his speech to Congress, President Barack Obama said the 'crushing cost' of health care is driving families and small businesses into bankruptcy and hobbling American businesses in global economic competition. (Feb. 24)

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Obama- US Will Survive 'Day of Reckoning'

President Barack Obama warned anxious Americans Tuesday night the U.S. faces a dire 'day of reckoning' but can emerge ever stronger by pulling together, sharing sacrifices and confronting hard choices head-on. (Feb. 24)

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Obama to Hold Banks 'Fully Accountable'

In a speech to a joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama says the money Americans have deposited in U.S. banks is safe and the nation can rely on the continued operation of the financial system. (Feb. 24)

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Toddler, 6 Others Shot at Mardi Gras

A Mardi Gras parade erupted into chaos on Fat Tuesday when a series of gunshots struck seven people, including a toddler. Police said the child was not seriously injured, but the others were taken to the hospital. (Feb. 24)

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Officials- Most Troops Out of Iraq in 18 Months

President Barack Obama plans to order that all U.S. combat troops be withdrawn from Iraq by August 2010, ending the war that defined his presidential campaign three months later than he had promised.(Feb. 24)

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Chimp Victim's Family May Sue

The brother of a woman mauled by a 200-pound chimpanzee last week was appointed her conservator Tuesday as she remains in a medically induced coma. (Feb. 24)

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Pakistan FM- 'We Need Economic Stability'

The United States has given Pakistan about $12.3 billion in military and economic aid, but Pakistan's foreign minister is in Washington to ask for more U.S. assistance for his country. (Feb. 25)

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India Charges Mumbai Gunman With Murder

India charged the lone surviving gunman from the deadly Mumbai attacks with murder and waging war against India on Wednesday in a 11,000 page document. (Feb. 25)

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Abandoned Tiger Cub Cared for by Vets

Sylvester, an 8-week-old Sumatran tiger cub, is the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo's newest resident. Sylvester was abandoned by his mother and is being raised by zoo staff. (Feb. 25)

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Crashed Turkish Airliner's Black Boxes Found

The black boxes from the Turkish Airlines plane that crashed near Amsterdam are being sent to Paris for analysis. Officials also say they're leaving the bodies of all three pilots in the cabin while they investigate the area. (Feb. 25)

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Obama Names Gary Locke Commerce Secretary

President Barack Obama named former Washington Gov. Gary Locke as his nominee for Commerce secretary Wednesday, trying a third time to fill a key Cabinet post for a country in recession. (Feb. 25)

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First Person- Reaction to Obama's Address

An independent from Virginia who voted for President Barack Obama last November and a Texas Republican who backed Senator John McCain give their thoughts on the president's address to Congress. (Feb. 25)

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Iran Tests First Nuclear Plant

Iranian and Russian officials tested Wednesday the first nuclear power plant built in Iran _ a move likely to raise concerns among the U.S. and its Western allies worried over Iranian atomic ambitions. (Feb. 25)

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Deadly NYC Fire Blamed on Extension Cord

An extension cord ignited a blaze that tore through an apartment building Tuesday in New York City's Chinatown, killing two people and injuring at least 27, fire officials said. (Feb. 25)

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Following Wall Street, Asian Stocks Rally

Asian stocks rose Wednesday, taking their cue from Wall Street after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the government had no plans to nationalize hard-hit banks and the recession might end this year. (Feb. 25)

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Raw Video- Sheriff Deflects Scorn in Phelps Case

The sheriff who investigated Michael Phelps after he was photographed smoking from a marijuana pipe donned a bulletproof vest, medals and a blond wig in a speech that combined good humor with a sober warning about illegal drugs. (Feb. 24)

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Obama Upbeat in First Speech to Congress

Standing before the nation on a "day of reckoning," President Obama summoned politicians and the public alike Tuesday night to forge a path out of the worst economic disaster in a quarter-century. (Feb. 24)

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Mardi Gras Ends With Celebration and Violence

On Bourbon Street, the party raged on well into the night. But, a Mardi Gras parade was a far different scene after shooters opened fire, hitting seven, including an infant. (Feb. 24)

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Student Parade in New Zealand Turns Destructive

An annual student toga parade in New Zealand went array, leaving shop windows smashed, cars damaged and streets littered with eggs and vomit. (Feb. 25)

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Obama- U.S. Schools 'Need More Reform'

In a speech to a joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama says American schools don't need more resources, rather more reform. He says he also wants the U.S. to have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world by 2020. (Feb. 24)

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Your Money- Mortgage Relief

President Barack Obama's stimulus package will have many benefits built in to ease the financial burden on troubled homeowners. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (Feb. 25)

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Feb. 25- Stocks Recover but Still Close Down

Wall has ended an erratic session with a loss, but still showed its resilience as some of investors' big questions are slowly answered. (Feb. 25)

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Eastwood given honorary French festival award

The organisers of the Cannes Film Festival paid tribute to actor-director Clint Eastwood on Wednesday, presenting him with an honorary award in Paris.

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USA - Small Rural Schools Threatened

In Virginia, a fight is on to keep a 100-year-old school open. Due to a budget crisis, county authorities are considering closing smaller schools and sending the pupils to larger schools further from their homes.

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Turkish plane crashes while landing in Amsterdam

Nine people are dead and more than 50 injured, after a Turkish Airlines passenger plane with 143 people on board crashed Wednesday while attempting to land at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport.

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Obama's Call To Action

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with CBS News consultants Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett about President Obama's call to action in his address to Congress.

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VP Biden Defends Stimulus

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Vice President Joe Biden about how he will manage the implementation of the nearly $800 billion economic stimulus package.

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Biden's Web Site Blunder<

In an interview with Maggie Rodriguez, Vice President Joe Biden forgot the government Web site address for tracking stimulus spending.

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Thoughts on the future of fashion

With New York Fashion Week over and economic forecasts looking grim, designers are looking forward to a fashion world that may feel a bit different. BCBG creator Max Azria's thoughts on the future.

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Pollution fears for Sakhalin Island

The half-million people of the Russian island of Sakhalin are looking for a windfall from the launch of the Sakhalin 2 Liquified Natural Gas plant. But that much-needed income could come at significant cost to the environment.

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Bunk down in "Zero Star" Cold War hotel

A new hotel in Sevelen, Switzerland, should satisfy guests looking for good security -- it's been converted from a cold war nuclear bunker. Just don't expect many creature comforts.

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At least nine dead as Turkish plane crash-lands in Amsterdam

At least nine people were killed and more than 80 injured when a Turkish Airways plane broke in three as it crash-landed at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Wednesday. The air company said it joined the families of those who died in mourning.

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Obama vows US will recover

President Barack Obama vowed Tuesday a fearful America would emerge from its crisis stronger than ever, declaring a "day of reckoning" after a reckless age which careened into the worst economic meltdown in 80 years.

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Obama Blends Optimism With Sober Reality

President Barack Obama blended optimism with sober reality during his first address to Congress. But the president also saved room for a few lighter moments. (Feb. 24)

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Obama- No Longer Hide Price of Wars

President Obama pledges to end get our troops out of Iraq, remain vigilant in Afghanistan and increase the number of soldiers and Marines, as well as their pay. (Feb. 24)

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Obama- Energy Reform Critical to Economic Future

President Barack Obama says the recovery plan will, in part, focus on clean renewable energy and fund research into breakthroughs in energy and save our planet from climate change. (Feb. 24)

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Obama- We Need to Restart Lending

In an address to Congress and the nation, President Obama says his administration is doing everything possible to restart lending by financial institutions. (Feb. 24)

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Car industry stalling in Thailand

Rayong in eastern Thailand is Southeast Asia's car-making hub. But in the 'Detroit of the East' workers are starting to feel the effects of the global economic crunch.

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Istanbul prepares its palace for European year of culture

Istanbul is in full preparation for its title as European capital of culture 2010. Among the city's most impressive monuments is the Topkapi Palace. But not everything is open to the public and many treasures dating back to the Ottoman Empire remain out of sight.

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- Memorial for Odetta

Thousands gathered at Riverside Church to pay their respects to Odetta, the singer whose voice was the soundtrack of the Civil Rights era.

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Obama- Govt. Should Monitor Bank Risks

President Barack Obama says the government should monitor the scale and scope of the risks that financial institutions take. (Feb. 25)

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Business- What a Financial Planner Can Do for You

The first of a series with Ron Lieber, the Your Money columnist for The Times, about simple tips you can take to improve your financial standing.

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A Look At President Obama's Speech

BS News Chief Washington Correspondent, Bob Schieffer, takes a look at President Obama's address to the nation and offers his thoughts on the President's message.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

I know how unpopular it is...

I know how unpopular it is...

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Politico Playback 2/25/09

Politico Playback 2/25/09

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Highlights- Jindal's GOP response

Bobby Jindal response highlights

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What Obama Really Meant

What Obama Really Meant

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Now if we are honest...

Now if we are honest...

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To relieve the strain on our forces...

To relieve the strain on our forces...

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Easy...to become cynical and doubtful.

Easy...to become cynical and doubtful.

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We are not quitters.

We are not quitters.

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It's a plan...

It's a plan...

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You can rely on ... our financial system.

You can rely on ... our financial system.

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History reminds us...

History reminds us...

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Health care reform cannot wait...

Health care reform cannot wait...

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Not a single dime.

Not a single dime.

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Pundits React- Obama's speech

Pundits React: Obama's speech

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Pundits React- Obama's speech

Pundits React: Obama's speech

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MSNBC welcomes Jindal- "Oh God"

MSNBC welcomes Jindal: "Oh God"

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Obama Plays Blame Game

Obama Plays Blame Game

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Obama signs autographs for Congress

Obama signs autographs for Congress

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Obama on Wall Street

Obama on Wall Street

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Obama- "Recovery...choked off"

Obama: "Recovery...choked off"

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Obama- "We have not always met these responsibilities."

Obama: "We have not always met these responsibilities."

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Obama- "Rebuild...Recover... Emerge Stronger"

Obama: "Rebuild...Recover... Emerge Stronger"

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Obama speech- The arrivals

The arrivals

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Obama- "Nobody messes with Joe"

Obama: "Nobody messes with Joe"

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Matthews- WaPo Story "Horrendous!"

Matthews: WaPo Story "Horrendous!"

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Mike Allen on Jindal

Mike Allen on Jindal

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Mike Allen on Obama

Mike Allen on Obama

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Durbin to Burris- "I would consider resigning"

Durbin to Burris: "I would consider resigning"

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Chuck Todd's briefing room rivalries

Chuck Todd's briefing room rivalries

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Michael Steele- "I'm always open to everything, baby"

Michael Steele: "I'm always open to everything, baby"

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Morning Show Roundup 2/24/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/24/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/24/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/24/09

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Yap Trap- Pols talk, markets dive

Yap Trap: Pols talk, markets dive

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Politico Playback 2/24/09

Politico Playback 2/24/09

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NASA Global Warming Satellite Lands in Ocean

A rocket carrying a NASA global warming satellite landed in the ocean near Antarctica after an early morning launch failure Tuesday. (Feb. 24)

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New York Fashion Week in Review

New York Fashion Week in Review

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Economy to Dominate Obama Speech

The economy is expected to dominate President Obama's speech before a joint session of Congress. As the AP's Julie Pace reports, the speech is as close to a State of the Union as a newly-elected president gets. (Feb. 24)

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Raw Video- Final Day of Carnival in Brazil

Six of Rio de Janeiro's top-tier samba schools filled the city's Sambadrome on Monday, for the final day of carnival parades. Each parade lasts up to 80 minutes and includes eight floats and thousands of performers. (Feb. 24)

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Human-like Cell Phones on Horizon

Mobile phones do just about everything these days, from making simple phone calls to surfing the Web. But are they life-like? Or better yet, do they need to be more life-like? (Feb. 24)

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Nasa Launches Orbiting Carbon Observatory

NASA has launched its first spacecraft dedicated to studying carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere from space. Carbon dioxide is believed to be a principal human-produced driver of climate change. (Feb. 24)

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