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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Gaza Protests Across Europe

Hundreds of thousands of people across Europe have been staging protests against Israel's 15-day offensive in Gaza. Scuffles broke out during several demonstrations, including those in London and Paris. Courtesy Reuters.

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UrbanEye- Notorious in Brooklyn

Melena Ryzik reports from the Brooklyn premiere of the Biggie Smalls biopic 'Notorious.'

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Reporter's Notebook- The Tunnels of Gaza

One of the principal goals of Israel's assault in Gaza is to shut down tunnels that are used to smuggle weapons from the Egyptian Sinai. Stephen Farrell of The New York Times explores a commercial tunnel.

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Obama's Challenge- The Airline Sector

Don Hodges, co-portfolio manager of the Dallas-based Hodges Fund, talks to Christopher Hinton about the challenges the new president will face with the airline sector. (Dec. 31)

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Gaza Wounded Rushed to Hospital After Overnight Airstrikes

Medical officials in the Gaza Strip said the Palestinian death toll had risen to 786. Israel pressed on and Hamas fired more rockets into the Jewish state in a two-week-old war that continued to defy international efforts to stop it. Video courtesy Reuters.

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Witmer Finds Value in Pockets of the Market

Barron's Mike Santoli and Eagle Capital Partners' General Partner, Meryl Witmer, talk about Discover Financial as an incredibly solid company to invest in at the Barron's Roundtable.

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Expect More from Infrastructure

The centerpiece of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, $350 billion in new infrastructure, is receiving finishing touches from the Obama administration and Barron's expects that the market will see a nice lift.

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Automobiles- Ford's New Electric Car

Reporter Bill Vlasic test drives Ford's new electric car technology.

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Obama Pieces Together Economic Plan

President-elect Barack Obama says his proposed stimulus package could create enough jobs to swallow up last year's 2.6 million job losses. In his weekly address, Obama says his administration will create jobs and help those who've lost theirs. (Jan. 10)

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Paperwork Keeping Burris Out of Senate

Sen. Dick Durbin threw a sizable roadblock in Roland Burris' path to the U.S. Senate on Friday, saying firmly the former Illinois attorney general cannot be seated without a missing signature certifying his appointment. (Jan. 10)

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Russia Signs Deal Opening Flow of Natural Gas

Russia and the European Union signed a deal Saturday on the deployment of EU observers to monitor the flow of natural gas across Ukraine, clearing the way for restarting Russian gas supplies to a freezing Europe. (Jan. 10)

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Obama Pieces Together Economic Plan

President-elect Barack Obama says his proposed stimulus package could create enough jobs to swallow up last year's 2.6 million job losses. In his weekly address, Obama says his administration will create jobs and help those who've lost theirs. (Jan. 10)

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Raw Video- Ice Water Baths in Japan

Despite temperatures of 48 degrees participants splashed themselves with the icy water in a ceremony to cleanse the mind and body ready for the new year. (Jan. 10)

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American Student's Murder Trial Set to Begin

An American student is one of three people accused of killing a girl during an alleged sex game. (Jan. 10)

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Bush Visits Aircraft Carrier Named After Father

President George W. Bush joined his father at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia for the commissioning of the USS George H.W. Bush, a new aircraft carrier named after his father, the ultimate honor for a decorated Navy pilot from World War II. (Jan. 10)

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Israel Tells Gazans to Brace for War Escalation

Israeli forces pounded rocket-launching sites and smuggling tunnels in Gaza Saturday and planes dropped leaflets warning of an escalation in attacks, as Palestinian militants fired at least 15 more rockets at Israel. (Jan. 10)

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Gaza Protesters Take to Washington Streets

Scores of protesters hold a rally near the White House, lamenting the plight of people in Gaza after the latest skirmish with Israel. Later, the crowd marched to media outlets and businesses felt to be sympathetic to Israel. (Jan. 10)

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Gunfire at Chicago High School Basketball Game

Five people are in the hospital after gunfire erupted following a high school basketball game in Chicago Friday night. (Jan. 10)

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Bush Uses Radio Address to Thank Military

President Bush says the armed forces have 'taken the fight to the terrorists abroad so that we have not had to face them here at home.' (Jan. 10)

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Paperwork Keeping Burris Out of Senate

Sen. Dick Durbin threw a sizable roadblock in Roland Burris' path to the U.S. Senate on Friday, saying firmly the former Illinois attorney general cannot be seated without a missing signature certifying his appointment. (Jan. 10)

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Ill. Lt. Gov. Hoped Balgojevich Would Resign

Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn says he'd hoped embattled Gov. Rod Blagojevich would resign after the Illinois House's impeachment vote. (Jan. 9)

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Northwest Floodwaters Recede; Cleanup Begins

Washington's major highways began reopening Friday as floodwaters receded. The state's governor toured the damage, and gave an early estimate of $125 million. (Jan. 9)

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Obama Pieces Together Economic Plan

President-elect Barack Obama says his proposed stimulus package could create enough jobs to swallow up last year's 2.6 million job losses. In his weekly address, Obama says his administration will create jobs and help those who've lost theirs. (Jan. 10)

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Paperwork Keeping Burris Out of Senate

Sen. Dick Durbin threw a sizable roadblock in Roland Burris' path to the U.S. Senate on Friday, saying firmly the former Illinois attorney general cannot be seated without a missing signature certifying his appointment. (Jan. 10)

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Obama's Football Pick (Or Not)

There are some answers the President-elect can't find an answer. Asked where he stood on the college football playoffs, Obama would not come down hard.

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Blagojevich Impeached

In a 144-1 vote, the Illinois House has impeached Gov. Rod Blagojevich over his alleged role in the selling of President-elect Barack Obama's Senate seat. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Cooking With Pino Luongo

Chef, restaurateur and author Pino Luongo teaches Harry Smith how to make his signature dish: Rigatoni Alla Buttera.

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Eliminating Pet's Peeves

Dr. Debbye Turner-Bell shows Harry Smith nifty ways to teach pets where to scratch and not to jump.

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Preview- The Chairman

CBS News correspondent David Martin profiles Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen.

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Preview- Wyclef

Wyclef Jean immigrated to the U.S. as a baby and grew up to live the American dream as a millionaire rock star. He's now using his extraordinary talents and wealth to help his native Haiti.

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Sri Lankan Journalist Murdered

CBS News RAW: Protests have erupted in Colombo, Sri Lanka over the recent killing of a local newspaper editor who had strongly condemned government rule.

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Blagojevich, Still Fighting

Impeached Governor Rod Blagojevich (D-IL) argues that he has always meant well for the people if Illinois.

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Notebook- Food Fight

As school lunch program budgets continue to shrink, Katie Couric notes that the health of the nation's children must not be comprimised.

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Adult Illiteracy In The U.S.

A troubling report released by the Education Department suggests that a shocking number of Americans can barely read. One in seven American adults lack sufficient reading skills. Seth Doane reports.

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Blagojevich Marches On

Despite his recent impeachment by the Illinois House, Gov. Rod Blagojevich remained defiant and proclaimed his innocence during a news conference. Dean Reynolds reports from Chicago.

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Lack Of Oversight On Bailout

The oversight panel monitoring $187 billion loaned to banks is having a hard time getting answers from the Treasury Department. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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2.6 Million Jobs Cut In 2008

The U.S. economy has lost over 2.6 million jobs in the last year alone, the greatest decline since 1945. As Anthony Mason reports, the unemployment rate could still go higher.

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'Money Experts' Apologize?

So-called money experts have written 2009 investment guides to help you get back the money you lost reading their advice from 2008. Steve Hartman reports on whether one expert is ready to apologize.

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Vital Interstate Flooded

Used by over 10,000 trucks a day, Interstate 5 serves as a major link between Seattle and Portland. As John Blackstone reports, rain and melting snow have flooded and shut down this crucial road way.

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Wildcard, 01.09.09

CBS Mobile News anchor Cali Carlin highlights this week's news stories which may have missed your radar.

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Russia, EU agree plan to resume Europe gas supply

Russia and the EU signed an accord Saturday to monitor Russian gas shipments to Europe, piling pressure on transit country Ukraine to accept the deal that would resume supply to gas-starved countries.

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Biden meets Afghan leaders

US vice president-elect Joe Biden met President Hamid Karzai and other officials in Kabul Saturday for briefings on US-led efforts to fight extremists and build the destitute nation.

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Palestinians flee destruction as Israel's offensive continues

Three weeks after Israel started its military intervention against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Palestinians in the Jabalya refugee camp, northern Gaza, are faced with the destruction of their homes, and lives.

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