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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Clinton On Afghanistan Conference

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down for an interview with CBS News' Lara Logan to discuss the current conference taking place at The Hague on the future of Afghanistan.

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Obama And The Queen

Only On The Web: Reporting from London, Katie Couric speaks with English historian David Starkey about the upcoming meeting of Queen Elizabeth II and President Barack Obama.

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A Critical Opportunity

In a critical time in the world's economy, President Obama will meet with world leaders in an effort to restore confidence in the U.S. as well as fix the global economy. Katie Couric reports.

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All The Queen's Men

President Obama is set to meet Queen Elizabeth II but, as Katie Couric reports, she's seen it all 10 times before.

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London's Political Scandals

A wave of public anger erupted over Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith billing taxpayers for two adult movies. As Sheila MacVicar reports, more of Smith's expenses have been charged to taxpayers.

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Salmonella In Pistachios?

A major producer of pistachios is recalling over 2 million pounds of nuts that may be contaminated with salmonella. John Blackstone has the latest.

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GM's Buyer Incentives

GM is hoping to win back its customers by unveiling a new package of buyer incentives. As Anthony Mason reports, new CEO Fritz Henderson admitted the company's consumer crisis.

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Afghanistan's Future

A meeting between 70 countries was held in The Netherlands to discuss the future of Afghanistan. As Lara Logan reports, a U.S. diplomat also held an informal meeting with Iranian delegates.

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The World Is Watching

From high-stakes diplomacy to pomp and circumstance, President Obama has arrived in London for the G20 Summit. As Chip Reid reports, the stakes are very high.

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Embryo Adoption

Couples who use in-vitro fertilization to get pregnant now have to decide whether to put their remaining fertilized eggs up for adoption. KPHO-TVs Nicole Crites reports.

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Surprise Birth

A 38-year-old woman didn't know she was pregnant until she gave birth to a healthy full-term baby boy in her Oregon home after complaining of stomach cramps. KVTL-TVs Natalee Morales reports.

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MoneyWatch

Home prices plunged in January compared to a year ago, Wall Street closed out its best month in 6 years, and automakers are offering incentives to unemployed Americans. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Obama In Europe

Reporting from London, Katie Couric discusses Pres. Obama's first European visit since taking office. Couric says that the President will face a broad range of issues and challenges on this trip.

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Networks across the pond

Networks across the pond

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Obama's London Arrival

CBS News RAW: Pres. and Mrs. Obama arrived in London on Tuesday ahead of the G20 summit and were greeted on the tarmac by Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Maclean Darling.

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Michelle's outfit swap on the plane

Michelle's outfit swap on the plane

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Gas Prank Gone Wrong

Caught On Tape: A Phoenix, Ariz. man lit a match close to a gas pump as a prank, but it went terribly wrong. Fire erupted from the gas pump and caught another man on fire. KPHO's Cara Liu reports.

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Kennedy appeals for health care reform

Kennedy appeals for health care reform

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Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen on Capitol HIll

Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen on Capitol HIll

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Sparks Fly In Auto Industry

Wall Street cools on the outlook for the auto industry, reports Jeff Glor. Senator Bob Corker tells Maggie Rodriguez why he called the Obama administration's drastic actions "a sideshow."

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Obamas arrive in London

Obamas arrive in London

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Loaded- Unabashed Piracy

Netflix raises prices on Blu-ray Disc rentals, Google starts throwing some big bucks around, and we explain how to declare your pirating habits to all of your Facebook friends.

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Afghan - U.S. Ties Strained

Only On The Web: At a conference on Afghan and Pakistani relations being attended by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, it seemed U.S. relations with Afghanistan are strained, reports Lara Logan.

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Keeping Face On Facebook

An online profile should reflect who you are, but no more than your grandmother would want to know, reports Laila Ali who talked to experts in publicity and from the social networking site Facebook.

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One Pill Good For The Heart?

The poly or 'magic' pill claims to have the same benefits as diet and exercise, cardiologist Suzanne Steinbaum tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Discovery's Deadliest Catch

Harry Smith spoke with Capt. Sig Hansen and Capt. Keith Colburn of the Discovery Channel's Dealiest Catch about the dangers of filming the show.

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Mrs. Obama's British Invasion

Europeans are eager to see what the sophisticated first lady will wear during the G-20 summit, reports Elizabeth Palmer.

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POLITICO- Whitford on Rahm comparison

POLITICO: Whitford on Rahm comparison

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Supermodel Steps On Toes

Supermodel Giselle Bundchen stirred up controversy after remarks that she feels like a real mother to her stepson. Cookie magazine's Robi Ludwig discussed the topic with Maggie Rodriguez.

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West Wing actor "honored" by Rahm comparison

West Wing actor "honored" by Rahm comparison

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Dinner With Tyler Florence

Food Network's Tyler Florence showed Harry Smith how to make a hearty chicken dinner the whole family is sure to love.

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Fight For Your Money

Financial author David Bach gave Harry Smith great tips on how to save money on everything from plane tickets to cable TV.

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Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford

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Conficker Worm Warning

CNET's Natali Del Conte shares tips with Maggie Rodriguez about the April 1 "Conficker" worm, which could steal financial information from your computer.

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From Borat To Bruno

Actor Sasha Baron Cohen is following up his Borat character with Bruno, a gay Austrian fashionista. Early cuts of the film received an NC-17 rating. Michelle Gielan reports.

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One Month To Live

The whole town of Clinton, Okla. has challenged themselves to live one month as if it were their last. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Goolsbee on Auto Bondholders

Goolsbee on Auto Bondholders

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Beck's tears lead to Scarborough's tears... of laughter

Beck's tears lead to Scarborough's tears... of laughter

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Nursing Home 911 Tapes

Robert Stewart is suspected of killing eight people at a N.C. nursing home people before being shot. Police released recordings of the 911 calls. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Fargo Pummeled Again

After withstanding flood waters from the Red River, Fargo, N.D. residents are now battling a blizzard. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/31/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/31/09

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Obamas depart for Europe

Obamas depart for Europe

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POLITICO Playback 3/31/09

POLITICO Playback 3/31/09

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Computer Virus Has Experts Stumped

The Conficker Worm computer virus is infecting Windows-based computers worldwide and has experts stumped on how to stop it. It's expected to receive new instructions on April 1st. UTTM Computer Consultant John Quain discusses the virus.

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N.y./region- A World of Hurt- The Examination

For William Cassone, the road to workers' compensation led through the office of Dr. Hershel Samuels, an Independent Medical Examiner with the state's worker's compensation system

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Style- Local Global Luxury

The Emporio Mall in New Delhi is a luxury environment for both Indian and international brands.

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Fashion- Crafting the Future

Designer Dries Van Noten talks about including Indian elements in his pieces.

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Sports- N.C.A.A. Tournament Tipoff

Sports columnist Bill Rhoden and The Times's Connor Ennis preview the men's N.C.A.A. Final Four.

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Sports- Being Aron Ralston

In 2003, Aron Ralston amputated his arm after he was trapped by a boulder in a Utah canyon. Six years later, he still struggles with the meaning of his survival.

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Honda Connects Brain Thoughts With Robotics

Honda Motor Co. has developed a way to read patterns of electric currents on a person's scalp as well as changes in cerebral blood flow when a person thinks about four simple movements. (March 31)

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'Conficker' Computer Worm Set to Strike April 1

The Conficker worm, a nasty computer infection that has poisoned millions of PCs, will start ramping up its efforts Wednesday to use those machines for cybercrimes. It's unclear whether everyday PC users will even notice. (March 31)

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Flooding in Fargo Takes a Toll on Those in Need

In Fargo, requests for food donations have increased because of the flood but donations are down. The AP's John Mone has more on the economic impact of the storm. (March 31)

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Cuban Americans Mixed on Opening Travel to Cuba

It's time for Congress to end restrictions that have prevented most Americans from visiting Cuba, a bipartisan group of senators said Tuesday. In Miami's Little Havana, residents expressed mixed emotions to the new legislation. (March 31)

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Reporter's Notebook- Arriving in London

President Barack Obama is in Europe for his first overseas trip since taking office. The AP's Jason Bronis is traveling along with the president, and has a behind the scenes look at the press corp's arrival in London. (March 31)

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FDA- Avoid Pistachios Amid Salmonella Scare

The government says consumers should avoid eating food with pistachios after a California company recalls more than 2 million pounds of the roasted nut. There is worry about salmonella contamination. (March 31)

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Spanish Lawyer Defends Complaint Against U.S.

Six former Bush administration officials accused in a Spanish complaint of sanctioning the torture of terror suspects should come to Spain to face justice, a human rights lawyer urged Monday. (March 31)

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Sebelius Calls for Action Now on Health Care

Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, President Barack Obama's choice to head the Health and Human Services Department, said Tuesday that if confirmed, 'health reform would be my mission.' (March 31)

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Older Workers Delay Retirement

In these scary economic times, older workers are putting off their retirement and hanging on to a paycheck. Some retirees struggling to make ends meet are scanning help-wanted ads for the first time in years. The AP's Faryl Ury reports. (March 31)

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Raw Video- Obama Arrives in London

President Barack Obama has arrived in Europe, with a hefty economic and political agenda for his first journey across the Atlantic since taking office two months ago. (March 31)

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Retired Cop- Robbed by 'Stupid Criminal'

A Harrisburg, Pennsylvania man is accused of robbing a retired police officer at gunpoint inside a hotel that was hosting a police seminar. (March 31)

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Pakistani Taliban Threaten Attack on U.S.

The commander of the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility Tuesday for a deadly assault on a Pakistani police academy and said the group was planning a terrorist attack on the White House. (March 31))

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Despite Blizzard, Worst May Be Over in Fargo

The Red River's still high near Fargo, N.D, but the river's newest levees appear to be holding. AP's John Mone reports. (March 31)

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Hero Men Catch Toddler After 40-Foot Fall

Two men are being hailed as heroes by police for catching a toddler who fell 40 feet from a third-story window of a Lawrence, Massachusetts home. (March 31)

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Out of the Flood, a Squirrel Rescue

As floodwaters threatened Fargo, some rescue workers saw a squirrel struggling in the water. The rescue of 'Grover' followed. (March 31)

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Charges Filed in Student's Drinking Death

Three members of a banned fraternity in western New York have been charged in the drink death of a fellow student. Livingston County prosecutor Thomas Moran says the suspects encouraged the victim to binge drink. (March 31)

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Clinton Attends Conference on Afghanistan

Speaking at a conference at The Hague on Afghanistan, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says diplomacy must be packaged with military action and civilian development to rescue Afghanistan. (March 31)

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Raw Video- Pirates Captured Following Attack

Seven pirates opened fire on a German naval supply ship in the Gulf of Aden but were chased down and captured by an international anti-piracy task force, the U.S. Navy and European officials said Monday. (March 31)

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New Salmonella Fears Spark Pistachio Recall

Federal food safety officials warned Monday that consumers should stop eating all foods containing pistachios while they figure out the source of a possible salmonella contamination. (March 31)

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15 Fired for Looking at Octuplet Mom's Med Files

Fifteen hospital workers have been fired for looking at medical records of octuplet mother Nadya Suleman without permission. (March 31)

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Money Minute- Autos, Home Prices, More

If you've put off buying a car for fear of losing your job, the automakers are prepared to bail you out if that pink slip comes. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 31)

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March 31- Wall Street Rebounds As Quarter Ends

Wall Street is finishing a tumultuous month on a high note. Investors loaded up on technology and financial shares on the last day of the quarter and managed to extend a three-week rally. (March 31)

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GM CEO- Restructuring to Come at Fast Pace

General Motors' new CEO says the government's assessment of the struggling automaker requires it to make further cuts to lighten its balance sheet and do more to accelerate its restructuring. (March 31)

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Your Money- Money Managers

Following your money after it's invested is important for maximizing returns. And as AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains, knowing about the money manager can pay off as well. (March 31)

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Wall Street Sees Massive Gains in Q1

The first quarter on Wall Street was so extraordinary that it contained its own bear market and bull market. Analysts say investors should be cautious about the rise, and not dismissive of such a quick run-up. (March 31)

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Obama Heads to Europe With Packed Schedule

President Barack Obama is headed to Europe where a packed schedule awaits him. The president's first stop will be the G-20 meetings in London. (March 31)

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Reliving Kenya's slum violence on-screen

A feature-length movie looks at last year's post-election violence in Nairobi's sprawling Kibera which saw 1,300 people killed.

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Reliving Kenya's slum violence on-screen

A feature-length movie looks at last year's post-election violence in Nairobi's sprawling Kibera which saw 1,300 people killed.

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Obama departs US for key Europe summits

President Barack Obama headed to Europe Tuesday on the first overseas trip of his young presidency to hold crucial meetings on the economic crisis and with America's military partners in NATO.

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Eiffel Tower, 120 years old, gets facelift

One hundred twenty years after its completion, the Eiffel Tower is a getting a facelift -- a paint job that will take 18 months to outfit the monument from tip to toe in a new coat of coppery brown. Twenty-five painters are on the job to cover 250,000 square metres of metal of monument. The 324-metre-high tower receives more than six million visitors per year.

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What knock-on effect of Asia's economic slowdown?

For the past decades, Asia has been a major driving force of economic growth but the region has not been spared the pain of the global crisis.

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Afghanistan worried about insurgents sheltering in Pakistan

As Afghanistan's international backers sit down in The Hague to discuss the best way to move forward, concerns are growing about insurgents using lawless tribal areas in Pakistan as safe havens to launch attacks.

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Obama wants Europe to spend more to save its economy

Barack Obama flew to Europe on Tuesday, where he'll be participating in his first major world summit, the G20. The American president wants to push other world powers to go farther in their struggle to save their economies by adopting recovery plans similar to that of the United States.

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Gilded courtl life on show at Versailles

Royal pomp and circumstance are on display at the Versailles palace outside Paris in an exhibition of the dresses, crowns and finery of Europe's most sumptuous courts.

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Netanyahu to lead right-wing Israeli government

Benjamin Netanyahu has been sworn in as Israel's new premier, heading a predominantly right-wing cabinet that has sparked international concern over the future of troubled peace talks.

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Tibetan exiles claim video shows 'torture'

Tibet's government-in-exile has expressed grave concerns over the content of a recent video that purports to show Chinese security beating unarmed Tibetan protesters. China has labelled the footage a lie but former Tibetan political prisoners say brutality by security personnel is rampant inside their homeland.

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Baghdad celebrates "international book fair"

As Iraq's capital slowly puts behind the worst of the violence that has reigned for years, signs of commercial and cultural life continue to emerge -- the latest being the launch of a book fair.

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Officials Search for Ways to Stop Drug Violence

Sen. John Kerry says Mexico's government is not on the brink of collapse in its bloody war with powerful drug cartels. The senator was part of a hearing on what can be done to ensure violence doesn't spread further across the border. (March 30)

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N. Korea Says 2 US Journalists Will Stand Trial

Two American journalists detained at North Korea's border with China two weeks ago will be indicted and tried, "their suspected hostile acts" already confirmed, Pyongyang's state-run news agency said Tuesday. (March 30)

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Blizzard Tests Fargo's Levees, Weary Residents

Weary residents welcomed the Red River's further retreat Monday but faced an approaching snowstorm expected to kick up wind-whipped waves that could threaten the sandbag levees they built to protect their city from a major flood. (March 30)

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Dramatic 911 Calls From NC Nursing Home Shooting

On chilling 911 calls, several people inside Pinelake Health and Rehab pleaded for help as a man opened fire on the facility's staff and residents. (March 30)

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Brother to Be Buried With Sisters He Killed

Two Massachusetts sisters and the brother who killed them with a kitchen knife on Saturday will share a single funeral service and be buried together. Police shot Kerby Revelus after an officer saw him decapitating his younger sister. (March 30)

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Albanian �sworn virgins� fill the shoes of men

Albanian "sworn virgins" are dying out. They are wome decided to live their lives as men to fill a void left by the absence of male family members. They dress, work and live like men but remain chaste and never marry.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Have We Lost Our Mojo?

Heather Hurlburt of the National Security Network and Daniel Drezner of Tufts University debate whether the U.S. will still be on top after the economic crisis ends.

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Monday, March 30, 2009

The Battle For Camp Ashraf

Only On The Web: Camp Ashraf, Iraq has over 3,500 Iranian residents and the Iraqi government is feeling pressure to take control of the area before Iran does. The city is now under 24-hour security, being gradually cut off from the outside world.

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Hungry For A Little Humanity

Companies both big and small are looking to Denny's, which offered a free breakfast to all customers last month, for guidance on winning back patrons during uncertain times. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Super Pill For Heart Disease?

People who hate taking a handful of heart pills every day could soon get a single pill to fight heart disease and stroke. But first, the pill needs to be approved in the U.S. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Monitoring Teen Depression

According to officials from the Preventive Services Task Force say that all adolescents age 12 to 18 should be screened for major depressive disorder. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Fixing The Global Economy

With the G20 Summit set to begin Tuesday, the 20 nations taking part each have their own ideas on fixing the global economy but, as Mark Phillips reports, can they agree on a solution?

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Anxiety For GM

President Obama has given GM 60 days to submit a new restructuring plan. Unless the auto giant makes major concessions, the company may go bankrupt. Anthony Mason reports.

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Fargo Hit By Snowstorm

A snowstorm is expected to bring several inches to an already flood ravaged Fargo, N.D. As Dean Reynolds reports, officials worry high winds could push flood waters upwards, causing more damage.

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Ultimatums For Automakers

President Obama has refused to issue another bailout to GM and Chrysler. Unless better business plans are constructed, bankruptcy may be a real option. Chip Reid reports.

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Goals For GM's New CEO

Fritz Henderson, the new CEO of General Motors, discusses whether 60 days is enough time to turn the company around. Henderson also tells Katie Couric what it's like in the hot seat.

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Five Questions on EFCA

Five Questions on EFCA

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Sen. Ben Nelson- A help or a hurdle?

Sen. Ben Nelson: A help or a hurdle?

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MoneyWatch

With automakers facing bankruptcy, President Obama is giving GM 60 days worth of financing to restructure, and the federal government is backing American car warranties. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- GM & Chrysler

President Obama has sent a clear message that he is in the driver's seat at GM and Chrysler. If the companies don't come up with sound business proposals, they risk bankruptcy. Katie Couric comments.

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Early Signs Of Child Obesity

A new study shows that the first indications of childhood obesity may appear in the first months of life. Karen Brown reports.

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Heroes Catch Falling Baby

Two men are being hailed as heroes by police for catching a toddler who fell 30 feet from a third-story window in Mass. WBZ's Sera Congi reports.

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Medvedev To Meet Obama

The first face-to-face meeting between the Russian and U.S. presidents will become Russia's most important foreign policy event yet. Alexei Kuznetsov reports from Moscow.

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Loaded- Computer Love

Google gives away music in China, how to Twitter your road rage without crashing, and some sad news about computer love.

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Remaking Auto Companies

To get more government money, automaker companies must remake their company from top to bottom. The White House administration asked one of the Big Three's CEOs to step down. Joel Brown reports.

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Obama On Automakers Future

President Obama speaks about his administration's new policy for General Motors, giving the auto giants working capital for 60 and 30 days to come up with a plan to become viable in the long term.

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Obama Leaves Congress' Plate Full As He Heads Abroad

As Pres. Obama leaves for a week in Europe, Congress has much to consider.

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Icing Made Easy

Authors Kaye and Liv Hansen showed Maggie Rodriguez tips on how to perfectly ice and decorate a cake.

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Patrick Warburton's New Role

Patrick Warburton speaks about his new series, 'Rules Of Engagement'. He talks with Julie Chen about his new 'Rules'.

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Six Flags' Ups And Downs

In the series, Across America, families looking for fun in the recession are turning to amusement parks like Six Flags. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Obama signs land use bill

Obama signs land use bill

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Obama welcomes Superman's son to WH

Obama welcomes Superman's son to WH

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Monday's Gibbs and takes

Monday's Gibbs and takes

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Steele knocks Obama- "I'm done"

Steele knpcks Obama: "I'm done"

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Obama, Gibbs GM's newsest salesmen?

Obama, Gibbs GM's newsest salesmen?

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POLITICO Podcast- Rep. Jared Polis

POLITICO Podcast: Rep. Jared Polis

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Pundits React - Auto Industry Announcements 3/30/09

Pundits React - Auto Industry Announcements 3/30/09

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Artificial Blood?

A British scientist has created blood from stem cells of real human tissue in his lab and will soon be testing it on volunteers. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Un-Real Estate

The wife of the late television producer, Aaron Spelling has put their mansion up for sale for a cool $150 million. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Benefits Of Superfruits

In the series, Across America, families looking for fun in the recession are turning to amusement parks like Six Flags. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Obama Auto Plan

Obama Auto Plan

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Obama Auto Plan

Obama Auto Plan

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Laid-Off GM Employees Fight

Fist fights broke out between newly out-of-work employees in the parking lot of a Wayland, Mich. GM dealership. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Top Retail Rip-Offs

Vera Gibbons spoke with Harry Smith about the retail items with the biggest markups such as movie popcorn and coffee.

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Material Mom

Madonna has been criticized as a 'material mom'. Adoption proceedings for a second child from Malawi are stirring up more than a bit of controversy. Richard Roth reports.

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Weather Woes

Flooding fears are easing somewhat in North Dakota. While the level of the red river is dropping, a blizzard is moving in. Dean Reynolds reports.

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GM CEO Out

President Barack Obama speaks about sacrifices that need to be made by American auto companies before they receive bailout money. Bill Plante reports.

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A Mom's Heartbreaking Choice

Lavennia Coover abandoned her 11-year-old mentally ill son under Nebraska's safe haven law. Harry Smith spoke with Coover about her choice to give up her son.

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Nursing Home Shooting Spree

Bob Orr reports on a shooting spree at a Carthage, N.C. nursing home that killed eight people, including one man who fought to save several residents. Julie Chen spoke with his family.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/30/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/30/09

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Granholm on Wagoner

Granholm on Wagoner

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POLITICO Playback 3/30/09

POLITICO Playback 3/30/09

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Gillibrand's Robo-Call for Scott Murphy

Gillibrand's Robo-Call for Scott Murphy

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Obama on Auto Industry

Obama on Auto Industry

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Geithner on Congressional Hearings

Geithner on Congressional Hearings

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Goolsbee makes the rounds

Goolsbee makes the rounds

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LeBron James

Is LeBron James the best player in the NBA? He's only 24 years old and promises his best years are still ahead. Steve Kroft hits the hardwood with "King James."

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The Internet Is Infected

Lesley Stahl reports on computer viruses that propagate on the Internet and infect PCs, which enable their creators often called "cyber gangs" to learn the information they need to electronically rob bank accounts.

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South Africa through the eyes of post-apartheid generation

Many of today's young in South Africa have no memories of apartheid or of living in an undemocratic country. AFPTV takes a look at the nation through the eyes of students born in 1994, the year of South Africa’s first democratic all-race elections.

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Politics- First 100 Days Edition

Reporters and editors from The New York Times discuss the Obama administration's first 100 days, including the ultimatum for automakers.

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Ukrainian cafe glorifies anti-Soviet fighters

The western city of Lviv is the heartland of Ukrainian nationalism. You won't find many supporters of Moscow there. Many locals have become regulars at a nationalist cafe which glorifies the anti-Soviet Ukrainian Insurgent Army. More than a cafe, the hideout is a little museum where fun is poked at Russians.

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Asia Pacific- Gunmen Storm Police School in Pakistan

Elite police forces recaptured a police training school after four gunmen took it over in an eight-hour siege near Lahore on Monday, leaving a total of 12 dead and as many as 90 injured.

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Murder-suicide Leaves 6 Dead, 3 of Them Children

Six people were shot to death, at least three of them children, and another person was critically wounded in an apparent murder-suicide at an upscale home in Silicon Valley. (March 30)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, March 30th: Obama on Auto Industry changes; Police investigate Santa Clara murder-suicide; Motive search in nursing home rampage; Fargo braces for more dangerous weather.

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Texas Bill Would Improve Services to Exonerees

Attorneys for wrongly convicted Texas men are asking the Texas Legislature to increase compensation and to expand its offering of social services to give newly freed men a better shot at a second chance. (March 30)

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Fargo Mayor- More Levees Will Be Breached

The bloated Red River briefly breached a dike early Sunday, pouring water into a school campus and the mayor called it a "wakeup call" for a city that needs to be vigilant for weaknesses in levees that could give way at any time. (March 29)

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Fargo College Offers Temporary Home to Evacuated

The North Dakota State University Equine Center in Fargo has provided a temporary home for 120 horses that were evacuated from their normal homes due to extreme flooding. (March 30)

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Raw Video- Pakistan Military Retakes Academy

A group of gunmen attacked a police academy on Monday, throwing grenades, seizing hostages and killing at least eight police and three civilians before being overpowered by Pakistani security forces in armored vehicles and helicopters. (March 30)

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Police- Gunman Stopped by Single Shot From Cop

A single shot from a decorated police officer stopped a gunman's rampage through a North Carolina nursing home, ending a slaughter that left eight people dead and three more wounded, police said Monday. (March 30)

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Raw Video- Madonna Tours Malawi Day Care Center

Madonna was in Malawi Monday for a hearing on her application to adopt a second child from the southern African nation. The pop star and her three children stopped by a day care center that was built with funds from her charity. (March 30)

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Researchers Allege China-based Computer Spying

A cyber spy network based mainly in China hacked into classified documents from government and private organizations in 103 countries, including the computers of the Dalai Lama and Tibetan exiles, Canadian researchers said. (March 30)

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Spear Removed From Man's Head

Surgeons successfully removed a 6-inch section of a fishing spear from the brain of a man who was struck while diving off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, doctors said Sunday. (March 30)

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Can Man-made Homes Save Africa's Penguins?

Africa's penguin population has plummeted from around 3 million in the 1930s to just 120,000 due to intense heat, overfishing and pollution. Now park rangers are trying to save the breed from extinction with man-made burrows to protect them. (March 30)

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Fargo Mayor- More Levees Will Be Breached

The bloated Red River briefly breached a dike early Sunday, pouring water into a school campus and the mayor called it a "wakeup call" for a city that needs to be vigilant for weaknesses in levees that could give way at any time. (March 29)

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AP Money Minute- Automakers' Future

Here are the top AP money stories for March 30th: No long-term aid for GM and Chrysler; Chase ends "illegal" credit card fees; Fewer vacation homes sold in 2008.

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Obama Puts GM, Chrysler on Short Leash

President Barack Obama asserted unprecedented government control over the auto industry Monday, bluntly rejecting turnaround plans by General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC. The AP's Sagar Meghani reports. (March 30)

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Weekly Economic Insights

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief Frank Newport talks in depth about this week's data from Gallup's core economic indexes, including the Consumer Mood Index, the Net New Hiring Index, and the Consumer Spending Index.

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GM loses its CEO as Obama ups pressure on automakers

Barack Obama criticized the restructuring plans developed by General Motors and Chrysler on Monday. He demanded that the two automakers present more viable solutions with the understanding that bankruptcy is a real possibility if they fail.

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Eyewitnesses describe horror of Pakistan blast

Pakistan security forces Monday overpowered gunmen who stormed a police academy in a spectacular commando-style raid that left eight police recruits and four attackers dead.

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N.y./region- A World of Hurt- Anatomy of a Case

Vera Rutherford's carpal tunnel disability case lingered in New York's workers' compensation system. As she waited for a resolution, her life was on hold.

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Fashion- In Full Bloom

Suzy Menkes interviews Dries Von Noten about his design philosophy.

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Arts- The Purdie Shuffle

Bernard Purdie, one of the most prolific drummers in history, is best known for a rhythm called the Purdie Shuffle.

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Arts- Re-Creating a Death Camp Orchestra

An ensemble from Woodstock N.Y. plays the music of an orchestra that survived the Holocaust by playing for the Nazis.

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Business- Home Green Home- Rich Green, Poor Green

Tom Zeller Jr., editor of the Green Inc. blog, goes downtown to learn more about "Sierra Club Green Home," a Web resource for eco-living that was unveiled at a luxury green apartment building.

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Americas- Haiti Fights to Keep Foreign Aid Flowing

In the midst of the global economic turmoil, the U.N. seeks to remind the world's wealthy nations, however embattled their finances, not to forget impoverished nations like Haiti.

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The Frontrunner to Be the White House Dog

The Frontrunner to Be the White House Dog

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The Five Big Trends for Fall

The Five Big Trends for Fall

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Asia Pacific- Gunmen Storm Police School in Pakistan

Elite police forces recaptured a police training school after four gunmen took it over in an eight-hour siege near Lahore on Monday, leaving a total of 12 dead and as many as 90 injured.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'The Maltese Falcon'

A. O. Scott looks at John Huston's 1941 film "The Maltese Falcon" in light of recent financial scandals.

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2 Missing Ill. Boys Found Dead With Father

Authorities say they're investigating the deaths of two central Illinois boys found with their father as a double murder-suicide. The boys had been missing since a court-ordered visit with their father about three weeks ago. (March 30)

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Russian doll city in doldrums

An entire city dependent on a doll. Semyonov's 25,000 inhabitants have prospered thanks to the country's famous matrioshka dolls. But orders are slowing, and with them, the rest of the city, as well.

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On Obama's first big trip

Washington Post White House correspondent Michael Shear talks about US President Barack Obama's upcoming trip to the G20 summit in Europe, his international debut outide North America as president.

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North Dakota fights levee erosion amid record floods

North Dakota dug in for a lengthy fight against the erosion of its levees, as flood levels were forecast to remain near record highs for a week and an approaching snow storm threatened more misery for anxious residents on Monday.

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Guinea's youth look to post-coup future

Guinea's youth was largely supportive when a group of army officers seized power in a bloodless coup in December 2008. Most of them have known only one president, Lansana Conte, whose 24-year rule was marked by rampant corruption and an economic quagmire. They now hope the new leaders will keep their promises, including fighting corruption and holding elections soon.

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Eight dead in Pakistan police school siege

Pakistan security forces Monday overpowered gunmen who stormed a police academy and unleashed fierce gun battles in a spectacular commando-style raid that left eight recruits and four attackers dead. Police said three of the attackers blew themselves up with suicide vests, while at least three men surrendered to police commandos at the end of the eight-hour siege. The raid echoed a brazen March 3 assault in the same area on Sri Lanka's cricket team, underscoring the scale of the militant unrest that US President Barack Obama has called a "cancer" that risks killing Pakistan.

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Fine French dining -- with a bug on your plate

Diners at a new restaurant in the French region of Brittany are finding insects on their plate. But it's not due to poor kitchen hygiene. Insect gastronomy is what's on the menu, including locust "� la provencale" and mealworm pizza.

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NGOs hope Duch trial will be catalyst for reconciliation

A Cambodian NGO hopes that the trial of former Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch will prove to be a catalyst to jump-start discussions on reconciliation and healing.

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8 Killed in NC Nursing Home Shooting

A gunman burst into a North Carolina nursing home Sunday morning and started "shooting everything," killing seven residents and a nurse and wounding at least 3 others. Robert Stewart has been charged with 8 counts of first-degree murder. (March 29)

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GM CEO to Step Down at White House Request

General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner will step down immediately at the request of the White House, administration officials said Sunday. (March 29)

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Nursing Home Suspect's Ex-wife Speaks Out

Robert Stewart's ex-wife said he had been reaching out recently to family members, telling them he had cancer and was preparing for a long trip and to "go away." (March 30)

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Tough Deadlines for Chrysler, GM

The White House says neither General Motors nor Chrysler submitted acceptable plans to receive more bailout money, setting the stage for a crisis in Detroit that would dramatically reshape the nation's auto industry. (March 30)

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Khmer Rouge prison chief testimony comes under scrutiny

Prosecutors at the UN-backed war crimes tribunal outlined on Monday their case against the Khmer Rouge regime's prison chief Duch. But the trial itself is controversial.

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Sunday, March 29, 2009

N.D., Minn. Band To Stop Flood

Despite hailing from different states, residents from both Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota have united in an effort to prevent flooding from the Red River. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Deadly Nursing Home Shooting

The small town of Carthage, N.C is in shock in the wake of a nursing home shooting that killed at least 8 patients. Mark Strassmann has the latest.

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How To Sell Yourself

Mat Richter's taking his unemployment status into his own hands with a unique marketing idea. As John Blackstone reports, Calif.'s rising unemployment is forcing some to find their own silver lining.

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From Schieffer's Angle

Bob Schieffer spoke with Priya David about his thoughts on Pres. Obama's recent interview on Face The Nation.

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Obama's Warm Welcome?

With Pres. Obama preparing for his 1st official overseas trip to attend the G-20 summit, will the current global economic crisis mean the end of the lovefest? Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Entering The World Stage

Pres. Obama prepares for the G20 summit, where he will urge NATO leaders to follow is economic example as well as for resources in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Fargo's "Wake-Up Call"

When a levee holding Fargo's Red River sprung a leak the town's mayor said it was a "wake up call." As, Dean Reynolds reports, the danger has subsided but the town is not out of the woods yet.

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Wagoner Isn't "Like A Rock"

GM's CEO Rick Wagoner was asked to resign by the White House. As Tony Guida reports, the news comes on the eve of Pres. Obama's announcement of more bailout funds for the struggling auto industry.

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Neighbors In It Together

Residents of Fargo, N.D. are hoping the worse of the Red River flooding is behind them. As Dean Reynolds reports, 80,000 of the 90,000 resident volunteered to help prevent major floods.

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Stopping The Presses For Good

Newspapers seem to be in peril. Recently, many big city newspapers have stopped their presses. This is the headline the newspaper industry wants buried. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Tweets, Twits and Twitter, Oh My!

Nancy Giles is all a-twitter about Twitter, and she's not even sure what it is. She asks: Why would anyone care what someone else is doing right this very minute?

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Blogging Through History

With newspapers down and online blogs up, it is hard to know what is credible and what is not. As Josh Landis and Mitch Butler show, this format is old hat.

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Face The Nation, 3.29.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about ending the war in Afganistan; Mexico's drug violence and restoring the economy and the American dream.

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His Presidency

Bob Schieffer discussed how President Barack Obama has fit into the presidency.

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'Help Me Help You'

Exclusive: Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about what it will take to fix the ailing economy and restore the American dream.

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Ending America's Wars

Exclusive: Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about ending the war in Afganistan, and about the alarming increase in violence along the Mexican border.

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Sunday show wrapup

Sunday show wrapup

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McCain dodges on Palin

McCain dodges on Palin

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McCain on bipartisanship

McCain on bipartisanship

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Obama - "Absolutely not" caving on tax cut

Obama : "Absolutely not" caving on tax cut

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Obama- "Not a caretaker presidency"

Obama: "Not a caretaker presidency"

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Geithner- "We're going to emerge out of this stronger"

Geithner: "We're going to emerge out of this stronger"

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Gates on North Korea

Gates on North Korea

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Vows- Vows- Gigi & Ion

Gigi Widham and Ion Freeman met in May 2008 at a mixer at the Hudson Union Society. After a terrible play and a few trips, Ion proposed 5 months later.

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Protestors Mark 30th Anniv. of Nuclear Meltdown

The debate has changed since America's worst nuclear accident 30 years ago today at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island. Fears of an atomic catastrophe have been largely supplanted by fears about global warming. (March 29)

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Obama May Find Europe Cool to US Goals

President Barack Obama leaves Tuesday on his first overseas trip as president -- a weeklong trip to a Europe that seems to love him but disagree with his priorities. AP White House correspondent Mark Smith reports. (March 29)

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Officials- Madonna Set to Adopt Malawian Girl

Over the weekend, Madonna toured an impoverished village and discussed plans for building a new school in Malawi, the central African nation where officials say she would begin proceedings this week to adopt a young girl. (March 29)

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First Person- Dike Breach Threatens Fargo School

The Red River breached a dike Sunday and sent water flowing into buildings at a school campus in Fargo in an episode the mayor called a "wakeup call" for a city that needs to be vigilant for weaknesses in levees. (March 29)

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Video Essay- Volcano Ash Closes Alaska Airport

Eruptions from Alaska's Mount Redoubt are spewing a thin layer of ash on Anchorage, enough to force the shutdown of the state's largest airport and strand travelers. Produced by Associated Press Photographer Rick Bowmer. (March 29)

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Good News for Fargo, but Agonizing Wait

As the Red River slowly receded Sunday, Fargo was keeping a close eye on the many miles of sandbag levees that are the main line of defense against a potentially destructive flood that has had the city on edge for more than a week. (March 29)

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Biden- Cubans Deserve Freedom

Speaking at the Progressive Government Summit in Chile, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday that the United States is not planning to lift its trade embargo on Cuba. (March 29)

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Good News for Fargo, but Agonizing Wait

Fargo's fears of a catastrophic flood eased Saturday with word that the Red River apparently crested at lower-than-expected levels, but residents still have much to worry about.(March 28)

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First Person- Floodwaters Can't Stop Wedding

Not even a record flood can stop love. Nathan and Brittany Aakre said their vows Saturday in Fargo, North Dakota, surrounded by friends, family and a whole lot of water. (March 28)

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Lights Dim Worldwide for Earth Hour 2009

From a reseach base in Antarctica to the Empire State Building in New York, illuminated patches of the globe went dark Saturday for Earth Hour, a campaign to highlight the threat of climate change. (March 28)

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AP Impact- Faces and Fights of Mexico's Drug War

The Associated Press spent five days on the front line of Mexico's drug war, embedded with the army's 8th Division in Tamaulipas state, one of many organized-crime hotspots now policed by tens of thousands of troops nationwide. (March 27)

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Rare instruments make French quartet's dreams come true

One of France's top string quartets has just given given a rare set of instruments built to be played in perfect harmony. Crafted in 1863, the quartet has been played only a handful of times in 150 years.

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Cambodia's KRouge prison chief to address court

Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal this week resumes the trial of the Khmer Rouge's former prison chief, who is expected to admit his role in the "Killing Fields" horrors three decades ago.

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North Dakota anxiously patrols levees amid record flood

North Dakota is experiencing a record-breaking flood. Officials fear as many as 30,000 people could be left homeless in the northern plains if the Red River breaks through levees protecting the towns of Fargo and Moorhead.

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Saturday, March 28, 2009

N.D. Flood Victims Speak Out

Chris Wragge speaks exclusively with the Kenney family, as they struggle to save their home in North Dakota which is at risk as a result of the Red River s record flooding.

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Fitting In A Workout

Author of "Working On The Ball: A Simple Guide To Office Fitness," fitness expert Sarah Robichaud shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill some innovative ways to exercise during spring cleaning.

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Stock Advice In A Recession

Bloomberg Television's Dierdre Bolton, "Money" magazine's Amanda Gengler, and WeSeed.com president Jennifer Openshaw appear on the Early Line panel to discuss whether it is a good time to buy stocks.

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Miami Zest In The Kitchen

A top notch chef based in Miami, Michael Schwartz creates a decadent "Chef On A Shoestring" three course meal for four people with a recession-proof budget of $35.

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Discover Utada

She's already sold over 50 million albums worldwide, and now, Japanese-born singing sensation Utada has her sights set on the U.S. The youthful singer performs at the Second Cup Caf .

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