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Thursday, January 15, 2009

US Airways Pilot a Hero, Say Friends, Neighbors

Neighbors and friends of US Airways pilot Chesley Sullenberger -- who made an unprecedented water landing on the Hudson River Thursday -- react to his heroic efforts and say they aren't surprised. Stacey Delo reports from Danville, Calif.

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T Takes- Brooklyn 09 Episode 2

Starring Charlie Cox and Lily Cole. Directed by Brody Baker

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Bloggingheads- After Gaza

Amjad Atallah, left, of the New America Foundation and David Frum of National Review debate whether NATO could police Gaza and the West Bank. Go to Bloggingheads.tv

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Fighting Continues in Gaza

Ethan Bronner, Jerusalem bureau chief, reports from northwest Gaza, where he is embedded with the Israeli Army.

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Bush's Valedictory Looks Ahead to Obama, Then Back 8 Years

Before looking back at his two terms in office, President Bush looked ahead to the Obama presidency calling it a moment of hope and pride for the nation, Fox News reports.

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Plane Crash in the Hudson River

Matthew L. Wald, a Times reporter, describes the sequence of events leading to the crash of a US Airways plane in the Hudson River.

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Rescue Worker, Witness Describe Crash

A U.S. Coast Guard rescue worker and an eyewitness describe to Kelsey Hubbard what they saw following the crash of US Airways flight 1549. All 150 passengers and crew survived.

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'A Miracle on the Hudson'

Statement from New York Governor David Paterson on U.S. Airways crash. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Get Set for Tax Changes

Are you prepared for the changes that are coming to the tax code? MarketWatch's Andrea Coombes talks with Elizabeth Sevilla, senior tax director with BDO Seidman, about what to expect in 2009 and how to plan. (Jan. 15)

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Crash Victims Arrive at Hospital, Officials Keep Mum

A slew of ambulances arrive at St. Vincent's Hospital after U.S. Airways passengers survive a Hudson River landing. WSJ's Simon Constable reports.

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US Airways Passengers Arrive at St. Vincent's Hospital

A slew of ambulances arrive at St. Vincent's Hospital after U.S. Airways passengers survive a Hudson River landing. WSJ's Simon Constable reports.

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A Geithner Tax Amnesty

Brian Carney speaks with Kelsey Hubbard about the Treasury Secretary-designate's tax transgressions. (Jan. 15)

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Why Birds Are Such a Danger to Planes

Birds are a known hazard around airports. Middle Seat columnist Scott McCartney, himself a pilot, explains to WSJ's Adam Najberg the dangers and what can be done to prevent bird and aircraft collisions.

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'Chandni Chowk to China'

See a clip from the film "Chandni Chowk to China." Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

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Market Wrap- Thursday

Markets end a volatile day watching passengers get rescued from a jet that crashed into New York's Hudson River. Intel posts huge drop in profit, and anticancer-drug sales push up Genentech's earnings. Stacey Delo reports. (Jan. 15)

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Jetliner Reportedly Hit Flock of Canadian Geese

A US Airways flight en route from New York's LaGuardia Airport to Charlotte, N.C., crashed into the Hudson River immediately after takeoff Thursday afternoon. Government officials are investigating a report that the plane hit a flock of Canadian geese, which forced the water landing. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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The Rarest of the Rare- A Safe Water Landing

The captain of the US Airways jet that crashed into the Hudson Thursday accomplished one of the rarest feats a pilot can - a water landing without any fatalities, WSJ's Lynn Lunsford reports.

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Failing Encouraged in EA's Skate II

WSJ's Jamin Brophy-Warren plays Electronic Arts' latest video game, Skate II, and discovers that failing gloriously -- or gruesomely -- is actually a good thing.

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US Airways CEO Gives Preliminary Report

US Airways CEO Doug Parker gives a preliminary report concerning Flight 1549, which crashed into the Hudson River on Thursday afternoon. All 150 passengers along with two pilots and three flight attendants are accounted for, he says. No other details were provided. Video courtesy of Fox Business Network.

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Noodle Pudding

Mark Bittman makes a noodle pudding recipe that can also use rice or bread.

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The Stimulus Scam

Peter Schiff says consumers need to spend less, not more. (Jan. 15)

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Video Trail Mix- On Many Levels, Inaugural Will Be Historic

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says the inauguration of Barack Obama will be historic for multiple reasons. He uses dolls to illustrate his point.

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Pogue's C.E.S. Round-Up

Highlights from the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Birds Blamed for Plane Crash

A US Airways plane was reportedly trying to return to LaGuardia Airport before it crashed into the Hudson River. Officials believe birds may be to blame for the incident. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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US Airways Plane Crashes in Hudson River

WSJ reporter Matt Phillips reports on the crash of Flight 1549 with more than 100 passengers on board. The plane took off from LaGuardia Airport en route to Charlotte, N.C.

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Talking 'Happy Hour' With Cody Willard

Cody Willard, co-host of Fox Business' 'Happy Hour' show, talks to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman about the economy, the markets, politics and when we might see a recovery. (Jan. 15)

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A Community for People to Speak Up

Fox Business Network's Cody Willard talks to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman about his new social-networking Web site called SpokeUp.com, a forum where people can have their say about what's on their minds. (Jan. 15)

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Prepare Portfolio for a Rebound

Get stable and defensive from all the volatility, says John Apruzzese of Evercore Wealth Management, who recommends stocks that can hold their own when people aren't buying and companies aren't selling. Jonathan Burton reports. (Jan. 15)

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Daily Baggage- Jan. 15

The Bagger reports from the Sundance Film Festival.

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Economists Expect a Grim 2009

Economists surveyed in the monthly Wall Street Journal forecasting survey say the economy isn't improving. WSJ's Phil Izzo walks Kelsey Hubbard through the gloomy survey results.

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Mossberg- Tale of Two Ebook Readers

WSJ's Walt Mossberg discuss whether the Ebook Reader and Kindle deliver what they promise. He also comments on the development of Ebooks for smartphones. Courtesy of Fox Business News.

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Mossberg on Steve Jobs's Health, Apple

Walt Mossberg discusses how Apple CEO Steve Jobs's current health situation will affect the company. Courtesy of Fox Business News.

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Bank of America Shareholders Left in the Dark

WSJ's Evan Newmark and Dennis Berman discuss the latest news from the banking sector, including plans for more aid to Bank of America and concerns about the withholding of information from shareholders. Such lack of disclosure is hurting trust in U.S. financial institutions, Evan argues.

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Obama Team Pushes for Bailout Money

President-elect Barack Obama is urging Congress to move forward in releasing the second half of the $700 billion Wall Street bailout package to help stimulate the economy. Fox's Doug Luzader reports.

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Lanterns Lead to Economic Success in China

Hongmiao, China, villagers have turned to lantern making to make extra bucks amid the worsening economy. In the process, they're also carrying on tradition. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Israeli Airstrike Injures U.N. Workers

The United Nations says three of its staff members were wounded from an Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip. The news comes as an Israeli envoy meets Egyptian mediators. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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ECB Cuts Benchmark Interest Rate

The European Central Bank's Jean-Claude Trichet talks about its benchmark interest rate being cut by half a percentage point to 2%. Video courtesy of ECB Web site.

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Big Capitol Crowd Expected for Inauguration

Hotels have been filling up fast since the historic presidential election. With just days to go before President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration, affordable rooms are scarce. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Inaugural Memorabilia a Hot Commodity

Visitors from across the world scramble to get their Inauguration memorabilia this week from DC souvenir stands. The AP's Faryl Ury talks to shoppers and store owners. (Jan. 15)

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Bush Readies for Life Outside the White House

After eight years as president, George W. Bush is preparing for life outside the White House. (Jan. 15)

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Holder on Criminal Prosecution

Eric Holder on the possible criminal prosecution of Justic Department officials.

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Holder on Gitmo - More

Eric Holder aswers questions from Sen. Feinstein on military commissions and the closing of Gitmo.

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Record-Breaking Cold In U.S.

An arctic blast has blanketed much of the nation with record cold weather, as some regions have reached temperatures as low as 22 degrees below zero. Weatherman Dave Price reports.

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Phony Pilot Suicide Unfolds

Accused of scamming investors out of millions, Marcus Schrenker allegedly tried to fake his death in a plane crash. Armen Keteyian reports that Schrenker has been apprehended by Fla. authorities.

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Eye To Eye- Obama Presidency

CBS News Exclusive: As he prepares to take office, Katie Couric speaks with President-elect Barack Obama about his stances on several key issues, including the Gaza crisis and the U.S. economy.

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Bush Speech Analysis

Bob Scheiffer from "Face The Nation" and CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Jim Axelrod comment on the reflective tone during the president's final press conference.

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Obama Treasury Pick Hits Snag

President-elect Barack Obama's pick for Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geitner, is receiving unwanted attention for unpaid taxes and employing an illegal immigrant. Chip Reid reports.

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Obama On New Bin Laden Tape

CBS News Exclusive: Barack Obama addresses the new Osama Bin Laden tape, saying America should "capture or kill" the terrorist leader.

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The New New York Wedding

The Knot's Carley Roney spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about New York City's renovated chapels, an attempt to lure engaged couple to marry in the city.

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Slumdog Millionaire's Success

Director Danny Boyle and Screenwriter Simon Beaufoy spoke with Harry Smith about their critically acclaimed film, Slumdog Millionaire.

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Loaded- You Go, Girl!

Yahoo picks a new CEO, Obama is set to appoint a new FCC chair, and the Internet may not be as rife with sexual predators as you might think.

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Ode to Obama- Gary Soto

California poet Gary Soto is among the famous poets who have written poems inspired by the election of Barack Obama. (Jan. 15)

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Moments Before The Crash

Breaking News: Passenger Jeff Collogi describes being warned by the pilot about the impending crash of U.S. Airways flight 1549. And passengers leave their rescue boats in the freezing Hudson River.

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Suspected Multiple Murderer Waves Extradition

An Oklahoma man has waived extradition and will be returned from Texas to Oklahoma where he's charged with killing his girlfriend and her four young children. (Jan. 14)

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Judge Rules Madoff Can Remain Free on Bail

Bernard Madoff returned to court in a bulletproof vest Wednesday and won another round in his fight to stay out of jail. (Jan. 14)

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Ind. Money Manager Charged in Fla. Plane Crash

Federal authorities have charged an Indiana money manager with faking a distress call from the air and intentionally wrecking his plane. (Jan. 14)

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Ex-Cop Charged With Murder in Calif. Shooting

A former transit police officer has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of an unarmed and allegedly restrained black man in a racially charged case that has outraged residents and community leaders and set off violent protests. (Jan. 14)

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First Person- Plane Crashes Into Hudson River

A US Airways plane crashed into the Hudson River on Thursday afternoon after striking a bird or several birds that disabled two engines, sending passengers fleeing for safety in the frigid waters, a government official says. (Jan. 15)

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Jury Sides With Burress in Borrowed Car Dispute

A civil court jury in Pennsylvania sided with NFL star Plaxico Burress over a car dealer who sought $19,000 in damages after a vehicle he let Burress use ended up being seized by New York City police in connection with a 2005 shooting incident. (Jan.14)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Thursday Jan. 15: Senate set to vote for release of financial bailout fund; President Bush gives farewell speech; NJ parents, whose kids were taken from them, are set to appear in court; Bitter cold temps hit the Northeast.

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Bone-Chilling Temperatures Settle Over East

Northeasterners got socked Thursday with the same subzero temperatures _ more than 30 below zero in some spots _ that brought teeth-chattering misery to the nation's midsection for much of the week. (Jan. 15)

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Inaugural Memorabilia a Hot Commodity

Visitors from across the world scramble to get their Inauguration memorabilia this week from DC souvenir stands. The AP's Faryl Ury talks to shoppers and store owners. (Jan. 15)

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New Congressman Sleeps in His Office

First-term Congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah has decided not to spend money on a Washington home. As the AP's Jerry Bodlander reports, instead, he sleeps on a small cot in his office. (Jan. 15)

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Ode to Obama- Gary Soto

California poet Gary Soto is among the famous poets who have written poems inspired by the election of Barack Obama. (Jan. 15)

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Clinton Addresses Senate Floor for Final Time

On the same day that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted her to become the next Secretary of State, Sen. Hillary Clinton said goodbye to her colleagues on the Senate floor. (Jan. 15)

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Bush Readies for Life Outside the White House

After eight years as president, George W. Bush is preparing for life outside the White House. (Jan. 15)

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Biden Bids Farewell to the Senate

After thirty-six years as a U.S. Senator, Vice President-elect Joe Biden gave his farewell address on the Senate floor Thursday. (Jan. 15)

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Raw Video- Plane Crash Victims Rescued

Survivor from Hudson River plane crash says plane stayed intact despite emergency landing. (Jan. 15)

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Raw Video- Plane Down in Hudson River

A US Airways plane has crashed into the Hudson River, sending passengers fleeing for safety in the frigid waters. It was not immediately clear if there were injuries. (Jan. 15)

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US Airways Plane Crashes Into Hudson River

A US Airways plane crashed into the Hudson River on Thursday afternoon after striking a bird that disabled two engines, sending passengers fleeing for safety in the frigid waters, a government official says. (Jan. 15)

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NYPD Detective Rallies Against Holder

New York police detective Anthony S. Senft was a victim of a terror attack in New York in 1982, now he's urging Congress to vote 'no' on Eric Holder for Attorney General because he played a key role in awarding clemency to the bombers. (Jan. 15)

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Holder- Waterboarding Is Torture

Attorney General-nominee Eric Holder Jr. declared Thursday that waterboarding is torture, forcefully breaking from years in which the Justice Department deftly avoided the sensitive question about U.S. interrogation methods. (Jan. 15)

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Investor Left Clues in Airplane Cockpit

A discarded road atlas and campground directory helped authorities track down a financial manager accused of bailing from an airplane in an apparent attempt to fake his death. (Jan. 15)

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Raw Video- Burris Sworn in As Senator

Roland Burris is now officially a U.S. Senator. The Illinois Democrat was sworn-in by Vice President Dick Cheney Thursday at a Capitol Hill ceremony. His new colleagues in the Senate chamber responded with applause. (Jan. 15)

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Firefighters Battle Wildfires in Australia

A heatwave in eastern Australia brought searing temperatures and caused Sydney's first wildfire emergency of Australia's summer. Several blazes on the city's outskirts destroyed cars, sheds and factories. (Jan. 15)

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Raw Video- Karaoke Bar Fire in S. Korea Kills 8

Eight people are dead following a fire at a karaoke bar in South Korea. The fire started Wednesday night at an underground bar in the Southern port city of Busan. The cause of the fire is unknown. (Jan. 15)

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First Person- Steve Jobs' Importance to Apple

A week after reassuring investors about his health, Apple CEO Steve Jobs disclosed he will take a leave of absence until June because of a medical condition. A professor from USC explains why Jobs is so important to Apple's success. (Jan. 15)

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Children With Nazi Names Taken From Parents

Three New Jersey siblings whose names have Nazi connotations have been placed in state custody. The children range in age from three to under one. The parents are set to be in court on Thursday. (Jan. 15)

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Israeli Attack Hits U.N. Compound in Gaza

Israel's envoy is in Egypt to discuss a cease-fire agreement with Hamas in Gaza. The news comes as U.N. Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon expresses "outrage" over Israel's shelling of a U.N. compound in Gaza City. (Jan. 17)

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Blagojevich- People of Illinois Must Come First

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich spoke to the State Senate on Wednesday, saying the state government must put the people of Illinois first, not the allegations against the embattled governor. (Jan. 15)

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Raw Video- Boat Capsizes, 2 Dead

Two people were killed in Virginia Beach after their 18-foot-aluminum boat capsized in cold, choppy water. The Coast Guard plucked four others out of the Chesapeake Bay. (Jan. 14)

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Burris Sworn-In

Roland Burris swearing-in to Senate

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Afghan to bin Laden- Only God can call holy war

Afghans responded with caution to a call from a fresh call by Osama bin Laden to wage a holy war against Israel.

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It's Easy Cleaning Green

David Bach, author of "Go Green, Live Rich" shows Julie Chen some of the ways we can reduce waste by consolidating our cleaning supplies and choosing widely available recyclable products.

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Slimmed Down Gym Memberships

Financial contributor Vera Gibbons spoke to Harry Smith about how to negotiate the best deal on a gym membership.

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Staying Warm In Frigid Temps

Mountaineer David Breashears gave Harry Smith key tips on staying warm in below zero temperatures.

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United Nations HQ in Gaza struck by Israeli fire

Israeli shells smashed into a United Nations compound in Gaza on Thursday, setting fire to warehouses of badly-needed aid and prompting outrage from UN chief Ban Ki-moon as he arrived in Israel.

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Israeli strike hammers UN compound

Israel rained shells on the main UN compound in the Gaza Strip on the 20th day of its war against Hamas, destroying tonnes of critical aid and drawing outrage worldwide.

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Holder on Waterboarding

Eric Holder is questioned about waterboarding and the second amendment.

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Holder- I made mistakes

Holder: I made mistakes.

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Holder grilled on Marc Rich

Holder grilled on Marc Rich.

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Holder on Gitmo

Eric Holder answers the question from Sen. Herb Kohl about the closing of the Guantanomo detention facility.

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Eric Holder on a game of 1-on-1

Eric Holder is asked about his game, and whether or not he could beat PEOTUS in a game of 1-on-1

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Winter Car Maintenance

Dave Price gave tips on how to keep cars safe in frigid winter temperatures.

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Go With (Or Without) God

Religion may be taboo in polite conversation, but London's famed red buses welcome the advertising revenue from atheists and surprisingly, so does the Church of England, reports Amy Guttman.

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Bin Laden warns Obama of new fronts in global jihad

Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden warned US president-elect Barack Obama of new fronts in his holy war against Western interests in a new voice recording.

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China's fitness industry muscles up

China's ambitious urban strivers are helping to fuel a fitness boom. Some spend up to 1,000 dollars a year on gym membership, a huge sum in a nation where the average salary for urban residents is about 2,000 dollars.

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Living beneath the bombs -- a Gaza reporter's account

Palestinian journalists covering the conflict between Hamas militants and Israeli forces face the same hardships and perils as other civilians at home, and further danger at work.

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The People's Inauguration

A Virginia businessman invited 300 Americans selected by various social service organizations to Washington, D.C. to watch the inauguration and have their own inaugural ball, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Discovering Your Color Palette

Co-authors Joe Lupo and Jesse Garza showed Julie Chen how to style your wardrobe around your natural color palette.

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Notebook- Bin Laden's Back

In a special report from Washington D.C., Katie Couric notes that the recent emergence of an apparent message from Osama Bin Laden proves that he remains an antagonistic foe for American leaders.

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Bailout Bait And Switch?

The financial industry bailout was supposed to help troubled mortgage holders and free up credit lending. So why have the firms used the money to buy up smaller banks? Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Airbus warns of tough year for sales

The head of Airbus, Thomas Enders, has warned that airplane maker faces a "horrible" year as the global economic crisis cuts demand for flights.

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Dangers Of Teen 'Sex-ting'

What teens call "sex-ting" is the act of sharing nude or partially nude photos via cell phone text message. As Harry Smith reports, few realize they are breaking the law.

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Separating Conjoined Twins

Doctors in Ariz. are prepared to separate conjoined twin boys joined at the stomach. As Debbye Turner Bell reports, the surgery is just the first in a long road to recovery.

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Steve Jobs On Medical Leave

Daniel Sieberg explains to Harry Smith the crucial link between the health of CEO Steve Jobs, now on medical leave, and Apple, Inc., which has enjoyed a resurgence since Jobs returned to the company.

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Blue Christmas For Retailers

The worst holiday shopping season in 40 years portends more store closures in 2009 as markets worldwide react poorly to the latest economic figures, reports Kelly Wallace.

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'Alberta Clipper' Grips U.S.

A low pressure system known as an "Alberta Clipper" is whipping arctic air and snow across the Midwest and Eastern seaboard all the way to Florida, reports Dave Price.

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Exclusive- Obama On Bin Laden

CBS News Exclusive: Just six days before his historic inauguration, President-elect Barack Obama speaks with Katie Couric about Osama bin Laden and the War on Terror.

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Osama's Resurgence

After a seven month silence, notorious Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden has now allegedly released an audio tape further condemning the presidency of George W. Bush. David Martin reports.

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Apple CEO On Extended Leave

Extended health problems have forced cancer survivor and Apple CEO Steve Jobs to take an extended leave of absence through June of this year. Anthony Mason reports.

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Underdog March To Inauguration

The Bonnie Brae Knights are a marching band from N.J. composed of boys with troubled backgrounds. But, as Steve Hartman reports, this band will perform at this year?s presidential inauguration.

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