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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Obama Talks About Wall Street

In an excerpt of an interview with John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC, President-elect Barack Obama talks about being sensitive to "market psychology" and working with Wall Street.

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The Death of Boubacar Bah

The death of a detainee in the custody of U.S. immigration authorities raises questions about oversight in the immigration detention system.

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Daily Baggage

01.06.09 David Carr, the Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Daily Baggage

01.07.09 David Carr, the Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Parmesan Chicken with Jamie Oliver

Mark Bittman prepares chicken breasts with a special trans-Atlantic visitor.

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Analysis of the Gaza Conflict

Deputy Foreign Editor Ian Fisher and Jerusalem Bureau Chief Ethan Bronner on an Israeli strike that left at least 30 dead near a U.N. school in Gaza.

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Strike on Gaza School Kills Many

Israeli tank fire has killed at least 30 Palestinians sheltering at a United Nations school in Gaza. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Analysis of Burris's Senate Appearance

Political correspondent Naftali Bendavid shares his analysis on the Senate's surprise refusal to seat Roland Burris.

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What Could Happen to Gaza After War?

Peter Awn, director of the Middle East Institute at Columbia University, talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the current situation in Gaza and what it means for Hamas.

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Chicagoans Weigh in on Roland Burris

Chicagoans share their thoughts on Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and the appointment of Roland Burris to fill the senate seat President-elect Barack Obama is vacating.

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Obama's Upcoming Foreign-Policy Challenges

Watch the Journal Editorial Report Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Heard on the Street- Gazprom Antics to Boost Shell, EDF

Heard on the Street's Liam Denning explains to Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable why Gazprom is stiffing the Ukraine and Europe. Plus, why it's good news for companies like Royal Dutch Shell, BG Group and Electricite de France.

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In Combatting Hamas, Israel Looks to the Past

WSJ's Charles Levinson reports from Jerusalem on the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel. As Levinson explains, Israel is looking to avoid the mistakes it made when it fought Hezbollah in 2006.

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No Steve Jobs at Macworld? 'Bummer'

Attendees of technology show in San Francisco wanted more fireworks and an appearance by Apple's iconic CEO. Rex Crum reports.

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An Endgame for Israel

Bret Stephens speaks with James Freeman. (Jan. 6)

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Obama's Tax Cuts

Steve Moore of the editorial page breaks them down. (Jan. 6)

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India Battles an Outbreak of Bird Flu

Poultry farmers in India's eastern West Bengal state face ruin after fresh outbreak of bird flu. Worries that the flu virus could mutate and could cause a global pandemic. Courtesy Reuters.

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Apple Makes Changes to iTunes

Phil Schiller of Apple, announces changes to the iTunes music store and other products at Macworld. (Jan. 6)

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Bloodshed in Gaza Continues, Hundreds Killed

Fighting in Gaza has now gone into it's 11th day of conflict with Israel demanding Hamas disarm. The situation is critical with hundreds dying and no end in sight. Courtesy Reuters.

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Erosion Threatens the Existence of Maldives

Alarming predictions by the United Nations climate panel of a global sea level rise are becoming a stark reality for some of the millions who inhabit the 1,200 Maldives islands. Courtesy Reuters.

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Senate Turns Away Burris

Roland Burris, who was recently chosen by Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich to replace President-elect Barack Obama, was denied entrance to the senate floor Tuesday. The U.S. senate refused Burris's credentials amid charges that Gov. Blagojevich tried to sell the senate seat.

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Inheriting the Wind

Florida-based FPL Group the country's largest producer of wind power, stands to benefit in the new year from the coming shift toward renewable energy and a likely rate boost, offering investors a likely standout from the utility pack.

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks Report- Energy

With oil marching past $50 a barrel on tensions in Gaza and curtailed natural gas shipments from Gazprom to Eastern Europe, energy stocks continue their holiday hot streak. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi reports. (Jan. 6)

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The Future of Morgan Stanley

WSJ's Dennis Berman and Evan Newmark discuss the future of Morgan Stanley, where it's headed and who the next CEO will be.

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Senate Seat Still Unsettled in Franken-Coleman Contest

After recounting 2.9 million ballots, Minnesota's Canvassing Board certifies a 225-vote lead for Democrat Al Franken. The board, however, cannot officially certify Franken as the winner until all legal challenges are complete. Incumbent Republican Sen. Norm Coleman plans to legally contest the election. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Burris Sets Sight on Senate

Barack Obama's appointed successor Roland Burris is not a senator yet, but is determined he will be. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Burris would not be seated in the Senate because his appointment has not been certified by the Illinois secretary of state. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Guatemalan Coffee Laborers Killed in Landslide

A landslide in Guatemala kills more than 30 coffee-farm laborers. Thousands of tons of rock had plunged down onto the workers as they walked along a road. At least 34 bodies have been recovered and it's estimated at least nine more are still missing. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Adopting the Obama Agenda

President-elect Barack Obama takes charge on Capitol Hill, pressing Congress to act on a massive economic-stimulus package. Plus, he ruffles feathers with his choice for the head of the CIA. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Moussa- Israel's Offensive is 'Naked Aggression'

Following Israel's 11-day assault in Gaza, 550 Palestinians and eight Israelis are dead. Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa called the attack a "naked aggression" against civilians in Gaza. Fox's Ainsley Earhardt has the latest. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Israel and Gaza Conflict Continues

On the third day of the ground offensive in Gaza, civilians continue to get caught up in the bombardments.

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Facing Rocket Attacks in Southern Israel

Residents of southern Israel reflect upon the latest conflict with Gaza.

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Mobile school spreads literacy in India slums

A bright yellow mobile school is trying to bring basic education to tens of thousands of Indian children living in Delhi's slums and left out of the school system.

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DIY Home Boot Camp

A new you doesn't have to mean expensive new equipment, fitness trainer Alden Mills tells Harry Smith. Mills demonstrates simple ways to stay in shape at home.

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Winter Comfort Foods

Chef Sheila Lukins showed Harry Smith how to cook healthy comfort foods using economical ingredients.

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A Scientology Funeral

The funeral for Jett Travolta has people wondering what Scientologists believe about spirituality and how they mourn, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Officials- Burris Won't Be Sworn in With Others

Roland Burris is hoping to be sworn-in as a senator tomorrow, but several officials say that's not going to happen. Burris left Chicago and arrived in Washington, describing himself as "a United States senator''. (Jan. 5) 4269

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Police- Child's Tips Helped Find Mom's Killer

An Ohio man has confessed to being involved with the murder of a Dayton woman and the kidnapping of her young son. Officials say Charlie Myers is being held on a warrant for aggravated murder. (Jan. 5)

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Congress Sounds Off Against SEC in Madoff Affair

Republican and Democratic House members say the alleged $50 billion fraud involving Wall Street figure Bernard Madoff reflects deep, systemic problems at the Securities and Exchange Commission. (Jan. 5)

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CNN Correspondent Approached for Surgeon General

President-elect Barack Obama has approached CNN's chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta to be the country's next surgeon general. (Jan. 5)

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Franken- Senate Victory 'Incredibly Humbling'

A Minnesota board has certified results showing Democrat Al Franken winning the state's U.S. Senate recount over Republican Norm Coleman, whose lawyer promises a legal challenge that could keep the race in limbo for months. (Jan. 5)

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Officials- Burris Won't Be Sworn in With Others

Roland Burris is hoping to be sworn-in as a senator tomorrow, but several officials say that's not going to happen. Burris left Chicago and arrived in Washington, describing himself as "a United States senator''. (Jan. 5) 4268

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George W. Bush- the President With His Own Style

As President George W. Bush prepares to leave The White House, The Associated Press looks back at the President's unique style -- one that was far less formal that past presidents. Mark Smith reports. (Jan. 6)

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Natural Gas Shortages Slam Some European Nations

A natural gas crisis loomed over Europe on Tuesday, as a contract dispute between Russia and Ukraine shut off Russian gas supplies to six countries and reduced gas deliveries to several others. (Jan. 6)

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Obama to Bring Accountability to Spending Plan

President-elect Barack Obama vowed Tuesday to bar lawmakers' pet projects from his massive economic stimulus plan and to bring unprecedented accountability to federal spending. (Jan. 6)

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Burris Barred As New Congress Starts Work

Roland Burris, the man picked to succeed President-elect Barack Obama in the U.S. Senate was barred from joining the chamber as the 111th Congress convened. The AP's Jerry Bodlander reports. (Jan. 6)

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Burris Refused Seat in U.S. Senate

Roland Burris, President-elect Barack Obama's appointed successor, was turned away when he appeared at the U.S. Capitol to take his seat Tuesday. (Jan. 6)

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George W. Bush- the President With His Own Style

As President George W. Bush prepares to leave The White House, The Associated Press looks back at the President's unique style -- one that was far less formal that past presidents. Mark Smith reports. (Jan. 6)

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Ex-Detroit Mayoral Aide Sentenced

The former top aide and ex-lover of disgraced ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick followed her old boss to jail Tuesday. (Jan. 6)

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5 Blackwater Guards Plead Not Guilty

Five Blackwater Worldwide security guards have pleaded not guilty to manslaughter charges in the 2007 shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad. (Jan. 6)

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Steve Jobs Weight Loss Due to Hormone Imbalance

Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced on Monday that he has been suffering from a hormone imbalance, leading to his severe weight loss. Jobs is already a cancer survivor. (Jan. 6)

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Israel Nears Major Gaza Towns, Ignoring Pleas

Israeli forces edged closer to Gaza's major population centers on Tuesday and attacked new sites, including a U.N. school, claiming more civilian lives after ignoring mounting international calls for an immediate cease-fire. (Jan. 6)

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Singh- Pakistan Agency Had Hand in Attack

Pakistani authorities "must have had" a hand in the deadly Mumbai siege, India's prime minister said Tuesday, stopping just short of directly accusing Islamabad of aiding the gunmen. (Jan. 6)

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Raw Video- Ice Festival in China

Some 60 ice sculptors gathered in Harbin, China's ice city for an ice sculpting contest to mark the annual Snow and Ice Festival. Its goal is to showcase a series of themed ice sculptures to thousands of visitors from around the world. (Jan. 6)

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Raw Video- Pro-Gaza Demonstrations in Asia

Pro-Gaza demonstrators burned both Israeli and American flags at a rally in Thailand on Tuesday. The demonstrations attracted hundreds who support do not support Israel. (Jan. 6)

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Four-Year-Old Boy Shoots His Baby Sitter

Police in Jackson, Ohio, say an angry 4-year-old Ohio boy grabbed a gun from a closet and shot his baby sitter. (Jan. 6)

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Baby's Corpse Thrown Out With Hospital's Trash

Police are searching garbage dumps in New Jersey and Pennsylvania for the body of a baby that was apparently thrown out with the trash at a Jersey City hospital. (Jan. 6)

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Mother of 3 Vanishes, May Be Victim of Foul Play

Kansas City police say a missing 35-year-old mother of three may be a victim of foul play. (Jan. 6)

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Franken- Senate Victory 'Incredibly Humbling'

A Minnesota board has certified results showing Democrat Al Franken winning the state's U.S. Senate recount over Republican Norm Coleman, whose lawyer promises a legal challenge that could keep the race in limbo for months. (Jan. 5)

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CNN Correspondent Approached for Surgeon General

President-elect Barack Obama has approached CNN's chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta to be the country's next surgeon general. (Jan. 5)

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Civilian Deaths Pile In Gaza

Diplomatic talks on the Israeli-Gaza conflict have been slow to yield results while civilian casualties keep rising, reports Mark Phillips.

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Loaded- Happy New Year!

Loaded comes back from hiatus with all the news from the holiday season, plus Macworld rumors and our plans for covering the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.

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Ice-Sculpted Winter Wonderland

Giant ice sculptures attracted crowds to the annual Harbin Ice Festival in China. An estimated 800,000 tourists are expected to visit the ice festival, which runs until early February.

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Burris Ready For Washington

Roland Burris spoke with reporters as he departed for Washington where he plans to be seated as President-elect Obama s replacement in the Senate. Burris said that if he is turned away he will take legal action.

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Richardson Relinquishes Appointment

Governor Bill Richardson (D-N.M.) explained to reporters an ongoing investigation was the reason for his decision not to serve as Obama's Commerce Secretary.

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Notebook- Gaza

President-elect Obama has kept silent on the conflict between Israel and Hamas because President Bush is still in office. Katie Couric says that the leaders should work together before it's too late.

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New Congress Face Tough Climb in Approval

Just 20% of Americans approve of the way Congress is handling its job, a number that has remained at low levels throughout 2008.

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Afghanistan, Pakistan hail 'new' relationship

Afghanistan and Pakistan have a "new relationship" and determination to defeat terrorism and extremism, President Hamid Karzai said Tuesday after talks with his counterpart Asif Ali Zardari.

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Gazprom ready to resume gas talks with Ukraine

Russian state-run energy giant Gazprom and Ukrainian authorities seemed willing to resume talks on Tuesday, as the energy crisis deepened across Europe.

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Healing Cambodia's war scars

Cambodia is preparing to celebrate 30 years since Vietnamese-led forces drove the Khmer Rouge out of the capital.

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Burris' Near Miss

Forget his critics, Roland Burris battles traffic lights. On his way to Capitol Hill, Burris almost walked into moving traffic.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Sarkozy to continue Egypt dialogue

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, meeting with his counterpart Michel Sleiman in Beirut, announced he was going to continue talks with Egypt in the hope of brokering a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

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Israeli youths obsessed with collecting rocket fragments

Children in southern Israel have developed a new craze amid the continuing Hamas rocket attacks. The race to collect shrapnel at the sites of the sometimes deadly blasts.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Toulouse synagogue attacked

A synagogue in the southern French city of Toulouse has been targeted, it�s thought in retaliation for Israel�s attacks on Gaza.

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Anti-War March welcomes new Congress

On the opening day of the 111th session of Congress, about a hundred anti-war protestors marched around the Capitol wearing masks and signs to call attention to victims of current US wars.

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Political News Roundup

From investigations to recounts, the past 24 hours have seen some serious changes in U.S. Politics. Alex Burns, reporter for Politico, offers some analysis.

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Schieffer On Obama Cabinet

Bob Schieffer discusses the exit of Bill Richardson as President-elect Obama's Commerce Secretary Nominee, and the new CIA director nominee Leon Panetta.

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Gaza Hospitals Overwhelmed

Gaza's hospitals have been overwhelmed by the Israel attack, meaning people are dying who could have been saved. Richard Roth reports.

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Unnecessary Surgeries?

About 1.6 million women get breast biopsies every year. A new study shows many of these women are undergoing unnecessary, expensive procedures. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Dismal December For Big 3

American car companies are fighting for survival. The Big Three each reported plunging sales in the double-digits for December. Anthony Mason reports.

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Congress Probes Madoff Mess

Congress held the first public hearing in the Bernard Madoff scandal. The SEC came under fire for taking years to respond to a whistleblower's allegations of fraud. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Obama Pushes Stimulus Plan

President-elect Obama went to Capitol Hill to meet with congressional leaders and urged them to approve another stimulus package. As Chip Reid reports, the plan could run as high as $775 Billion.

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Israel Continues Gaza Assault

Israel says there will be no cease-fire unless Hamas stops firing rockets over the border. As Richard Roth reports, the death toll is rising and there's a global call for an end to the violence.

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Eye To Eye- Breast Biopsies

Dr. Susan Love, of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation explains how breast biopsies have the potential to be an unnecessary procedure for women.

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Fans Pick Favorites

Entertainment Reporter Michael Hundgen hit the Hollywood, Calif. streets to find out the most popular stars, shows and movies.

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Picture Perfect Crafts

Author Bruce Littlefield showed Maggie Rodriguez some creative ways to display photos around the home.

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Checklist For Happy Children

Pastor/Author Victoria Osteen spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about her new children's book and simple ways parents can keep their children happy.

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The Youngest Congressman

Aaron Schock, age 27, will be sworn into the House of Representatives from Illinois' 18th District as the first Congressman born in the 1980s, reports Bill Plante.

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Gaza Fighting Intensifies

Israel continues to push deeper into Palestinian population centers as attacks continue from both sides. Richard Roth reports.

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Burris Hits Capitol Hill

Roland Burris, appointed by Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich, may be excluded in today's U.S. Senate swearing in. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Burris about the validity of his appointment.

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Cairo Biennale's big ambitions

It's one of Africa's main art fair -- The Cairo Biennale, hosting over 80 artists coming from 44 different countries is on until the end of February.

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Palestinians tell of horrific ordeal

Gaza residents tell of destroyed homes and naked prisoners as the civilian death toll in the impoverished strip continues to climb.

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Jett Travolta Autopsy Results

An autopsy done on the body of actor John Travolta's son, Jett, has confirmed that the teen's cause of death was due to a seizure. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Ann Coulter's 'Guilty'

Controversial and conservative author Ann Coulter talks to Harry Smith about her book "Guilty", in which she attacks the liberal "assault" on America.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Beirut children march in support of Gaza

Thousands of school children took to the streets of Beirut to show their support for Palestinian children in Gaza.

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Indian PM says Mumbai attacks backed by official agencies

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the Mumbai attacks had the support of "some official agencies" in Pakistan, in his strongest accusation yet.

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Mobile school spreads literacy in Delhi's slums

A bright yellow mobile school is trying to bring basic education to tens of thousands of Indian children living in Delhi's slums and left out of the school system.

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Gaza Conflict Still In Motion

Only On The Web: Mark Phillips spoke with Israeli military analyst, Alon Ben-David about the ongoing conflict in Gaza and the possibility of Israel expanding ground operations.

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