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Sunday, January 11, 2009

Anger Rises in the West Bank

Fury is rising in Ramallah over the war in Gaza, as are support for Hamas and anger with the Palestinian Authority.

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Microsoft Pitches Software As Money-Saver

Even as businesses dramatically curb spending on technology, Microsoft's new $150 million advertising campaign aims to convince them that software can save them money in tight times.

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How Chavez Maintains Control

Mary Anastasia O'Grady speaks with James Freeman. (Jan. 12)

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Andy Jordan's Tech Diary- CES Post Mortem, Can Tech Save Us?

Can a game that uses human brainwaves to shoot a ball through a hoop rescue us from economic turmoil? WSJ's Andy Jordan takes a look in his video notebook from CES.

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New Yorkers Fall Off Unemployment Rolls

Julio Ponce, a 55-year old chef, is one of 50,000 jobless New Yorkers expected to become ineligible for extensions to his unemployment benefits.

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Chinese Carmaker Has an Eye to the Future

In China, BYD Co. has developed a plug-in electric vehicle that can run as a gasoline-electric hybrid with the flip of a switch.

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Week Ahead- Navigating the Storm

Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires and MarketBeat blogger David Gaffen discuss the outlook for industrial production plus a preview on Intel's earnings expected out Thursday.

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Vows- Capron and Matthew

Capron Hannay and Matthew Levine met as members of the Blue Hill Troupe, but got to know each other after putting in long hours of rehearsal for Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Yeoman of the Guard."

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Hickey Rides the Gold Wave

Barron's Mike Santoli speaks with The High Tech Strategist Editor Fred Hickey, at the Barron's Roundtable, about the reaction to gold in the market and how it can be handled as 2009 progresses.

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Joe Plumber- Media Shouldn't Report War

Samuel Wurzelbacher, also known as 'Joe the Plumber,' is in Israel working as a rookie war correspondent, where he said Sunday that he believes journalists should be abolished from reporting from war zones. (Jan. 11)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Sunday, Jan. 11th: Severe weather strikes Upper Midwest; Israeli warplanes continue to pound Gaza; USS George H.W. Bush commissioned; Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals advance in NFL playoffs.

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Prince Harry Apologizes for Offensive Remarks

Britain's Prince Harry is coming under criticism for video footage of him making offensive and racist comments. Please be advised this video contains language which some may find offensive. (Jan. 11)

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Inauguration Preps Hit Emotional Chord

As Washington gets ready for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's first black President; some are reflecting on changes in racial boundaries over the years. (Jan. 11)

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In Obama, Many See End to Baby Boomer Era

Many see Barack Obama's presidency as a shift in generations and the end of the baby boomer era. (Jan. 11)

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Albright- Many Difficulties Await Obama

In an interview with the Associated Press, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright outlines the stark challenges facing President-elect Barack Obama. (Jan. 11)

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Obama's Inauguration Gets a Test Run at Capitol

With a little over a week until the big day, organizers in Washington D.C. held a dry run for the presidential inauguration set for January 20. (Jan. 11)

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In Obama, Many See End to Baby Boomer Era

Many see Barack Obama's presidency as a shift in generations and the end of the baby boomer era. (Jan. 11)

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Obama's Inauguration Gets a Test Run at Capitol

With a little over a week until the big day, organizers in Washington D.C. held a dry run for the presidential inauguration set for January 20. (Jan. 11)

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Snow Blankets Northeast, Midwest

A winter storm has blanketed large parts of the Midwest and Northeast with several inches of snow. (Jan. 11)

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Biden in Afghanistan for Talks

Vice President-elect Joe Biden met with political and military leaders in Afghanistan, a clear signal that Obama's new administration plans to make the region an immediate priority. (Jan. 10)

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Obama Takes a Break for Some Chili and Sausage

President-elect Barack Obama dropped in for a bite to eat at Ben's Chili Bowl, a venerable downtown Washington, DC diner. He was joined by DC mayor Adrian Fenty. (Jan. 10)

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Olmert- Gaza Fight to Go On

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert says the military has made impressive gains in its campaign against Gaza militants. But it must fight on, he says, to achieve the goal of halting rocket attacks on southern Israel. (Jan. 11)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Sunday, January 11th: Israel sends reserves to Gaza; 250 feared dead in Indonesia ferry accident; Joe the Plumber in Israel; Washington holds inauguration dress-rehearsal.

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Consumer Electronics on show in Las Vegas

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) opened on Thursday in Las Vegas. 2700 exhibitors are there to display gadgetry ranging from snazzy new smartphones to envelope-sized computers to 3D high-definition television sets.

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The Pelican Brief

Scientists are still unable to uncover the reasons why hundreds of pelicans have been dying along the West Coast for the last several weeks. Bill Whitaker investigates.

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Journalists Amid Gaza Conflict

Over 800 Palestinians have been killed in the Gaza Strip over the last two weeks as fighting between Israeli and Gaza intensifies. Richard Roth reports on the media coverage of this conflict.

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'09 Consumer Electronics Show

CBS News science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg takes a hi tech tour of the International Consumer and Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where many of the latest gadgets make their debut.

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Help Wanted At The FBI

While many companies plan to slash jobs this year, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will be actively searching for thousands of new employees. Kimberly Dozier reports from Washington.

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No End To Gaza Violence

The fighting continues in the Gaza Strip, as Israel and Hamas exchange missile fire. As Mark Phillips reports, with no plan for a cease fire, the violence in this region could escalate further.

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Country Star Phil Vassar

Country music's very own piano man, singer-songrwriter Phil Vassar stops by the Second Cup Caf for a performance of his new inspirational hit, "Prayer of a Common Man."

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Lamb & Rigatoni Delight!

Get ready for some mouthwatering recipes, as Tribeca chef Amanda Freitag presents a budget "Chef On A Shoestring" dinner with some innovative Italian-style dishes.

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How To Survive An Avalanche

This has been a deadly season for snowboarders and skiers on the slopes. Erica Hill speaks with expert Dr. Chris Van Tilburg who offers ways to survive an avalanche.

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Evoking Great Memories

Bob Schieffer comments on the upcoming coverage of Barack Obama's inauguration, it will be the 12th of his career.

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Russia, Ukraine sign deal to resume gas supply to Europe

Russia and Ukraine prepared Sunday to restart gas supplies to the European Union after a deal was signed on deploying international monitors to help resolve one of Europe's worst energy crises.

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Obama's Inauguration Gets a Test Run at Capitol

With a little over a week until the big day, organizers in Washington D.C. held a dry run for the presidential inauguration set for January 20. (Jan. 11)

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In Obama, Many See End to Baby Boomer Era

Many see Barack Obama's presidency as a shift in generations and the end of the baby boomer era. (Jan. 11)

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No Cease Fire In Gaza

Fighting continues in Gaza, as both Israeli and Hamas leaders have abandoned the U.N. cease-fire plans. CBS News? Mark Phillips reports from along the Israeli-Gaza border.

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Under The Radar, 01.10.09

Erica Hill and Seth Doane highlight some of this week?s wackiest headlines. A frisky feline in Germany becomes a TV weatherman and Norwegian sky jumpers learn to fly.

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