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Friday, January 16, 2009

Barack Obama in Philadelphia

President-elect Barack Obama opened his inauguration celebration in Philadelphia with a speech at 30th Street Station, where supporters gathered to send him off. (Video, via MSNBC)

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Practice Pays for a Pilot in Peril

Thursday's emergency water-landing by a US Airways pilot had many praising his success, including pilots at the Farmingdale State College Aviation Center in Long Island, N.Y. They tell Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable just how difficult it is to execute such a landing and how they train for emergencies.

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Questions Over Israel's Military Conduct

Whatever the military and political results of the war against Hamas in Gaza, Israel is facing serious accusations.

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Clues to the Crash

The National Safety Transportation Board is still searching for clues to what caused a US Airways flight to ditch in the Hudson River.

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A Look at the Autos on the Chopping Block

Detroit's Big Three automakers are looking to downsize. WSJ's John Stoll talks about some of the brands that might be sold or scrapped, including the Hummer.

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Pilot's Former Classmates Recall 'Dedicated' Student

Former Denison High School classmates of Chesley B. Sullenberger share their thoughts about the longtime US Airways pilot who glided Flight 1549 into the Hudson River after both engines failed.

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The lens of 9/11

How the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks shaped the presidency of George W. Bush. (By Jason Tuohey, 1/15/09)

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The lens of 9/11

How the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks shaped the presidency of George W. Bush. (By Jason Tuohey, 1/15/09)

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Coast Guard Officer Recounts Airline Rescue

WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard speaks to Von Rankin, a U.S. Coast Guard officer and one of the first responders to the US Airways plane crash Thursday afternoon, about the rescue efforts and what emergency crews can learn from the experience.

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A Series of Wonderful Wines from Washington

Seeing that Washington is now the second biggest producer of wine in the U.S. behind California, Tastings columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher give a few selections of "formidable" Syrahs from the Evergreen State.

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A More Effective United Nations- Advice for Obama

Brett Schaefer, International Regulatory Affairs Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to reform the United Nations through efforts to reduce corruption, mismanagement, and abuse within the organiz

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A Non-Nuclear Iran- Advice for Obama

Jim Phillips, Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs at The Heritage Foundation, discusses three ways President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.

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Cutting Government Spending- Advice for Obama

Brian Riedl, Senior Domestic and Economic Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of fiscal discipline and the need to make tough choices about government spending.

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Cutting Taxes on Americans- Advice for Obama

Alison Fraser, Director of Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses four ways President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of cutting taxes to stimulate economic growth.

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Defending Marriage- Advice for Obama

Tom Messner, Visiting Fellow for Religion and Civil Society at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to defend and affirm traditional marriage as the union of one man and one woman and to resist any attempt

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Enacting Principled, Non-Partisan Criminal-Law Reform- Advic

Brian Walsh, Senior Legal Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to improve the administration of criminal justice for all Americans, without limitation.

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Investigation Into Flight 1549 Continues

WSJ's Managing Editor Almar Latour reports from the Hudson River in Manhattan where government workers are searching for the black box flight recorder for U.S. Airways Flight 1549.

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Ensuring Access to Health Insurance- Advice for Obama

Stuart Butler, Ph.D., Vice President for Domestic and Economic Policy at The Heritage Foundation, advises President-elect Obama to keep his campaign pledge of providing Americans with affordable health care options that allow them to choose their own

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Fixing Border Security and Immigration- Advice for Obama

Jena Baker McNeill, Homeland Security Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of controlling illegal immigration and strengthening America's borders.

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Make Domestic Energy Affordable- Advice for Obama

Ben Lieberman, Senior Energy and Environment Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge to increase domestic energy production by reducing government barriers against expanded offshore

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Moving Forward with Missile Defense- Advice for Obama

Jim Carafano, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses three ways President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of defending America and its allies against terrorists and rogue governments.

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Promoting Innovation by Increasing IP Efficiency- Advice for

Andrew Grossman, Senior Legal Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to protect America's intellectual property system in order to boost the global competitiveness of America and its leading

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Promoting the General Welfare Through Civil Justice Reform

Hans von Spakovsky, a Visiting Legal Scholar at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge to make America's civil justice system work for all Americans by promoting a regulatory and business landscape i

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Protecting Private Property Rights- Advice for Obama

Andrew Grossman, Senior Legal Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to protect America's private property rights by preventing governments from seizing private property for commercial gain,

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Protecting and Strengthening Religious Freedom

Ryan Messmore, Religion and Civil Society Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can ensure the religious liberty of Americans, whether they be public officials or members of the private sector.

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Quality Education for All Children- Advice for Obama

Dan Lips, Senior Domestic Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his campaign pledge of providing a quality education for all children.

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Reducing Poverty by Revitalizing Marriage- Advice for Obama

Robert Rector, Senior Research Fellow for Welfare Policy at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to reverse the decline of marriage in the United States, thereby reducing child poverty, welfare dependence,

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Reforming Entitlement Spending- Advice for Obama

Brian Riedl, Senior Domestic and Economic Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to provide a better future for all Americans by reforming the Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid entitle

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Reforming Financial Regulation- Advice for Obama

David John, Senior Research Fellow for Economic Policy at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to update America's outdated regulatory framework to meet the needs of the 21st Century.

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Securing U.S. Objectives in North Korea- Advice for Obama

Bruce Klingner, Senior Research Fellow for Asian Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to stress the need for "sustained, direct, and aggressive diplomacy" with North Korea in order to achieve com

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Stiffening Pakistan's Resolve Against Terrorism

Lisa Curtis, Research Fellow for Asian Studies at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge of working to convince Pakistan to focus on combating terrorism with its own borders.

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Strengthening NATO- Advice for Obama

Sally McNamara, Senior Policy Analyst for European Affairs at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how President-elect Obama can keep his pledge to strengthen American and global security by gaining additional European commitments for the mission in Af

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The Visa Waiver Program- Advice for Obama

Jena Baker McNeill, Homeland Security Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation, discusses three ways President-elect Obama can keep his pledge of strengthening America's visa waiver program as a public diplomacy benefit for U.S. allies.

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Is the Worm About to Turn for Family Dollar?

Although two senior VPs sold $2.1 million in shares of the discount retailer, Family Dollar still performed better than any other company in the Standard & Poor's 500 in 2008, with shares jumping 36%.Barron's John Kimelman comments.

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Looking Ahead- Earnings

It's a holiday-shortened week coming up, and Jan. 20 is Inauguration Day in Washington, but the biggest names in technology are rolling out earnings and forecasts. Bellwether GE is also due. Stacey Delo reports. (Jan. 16)

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Look Ahead in Asia- Big Earnings in India, Korea

Earnings roll on, with results coming from State Bank of India and LG Electronics, while Japan is expected to begin buying corporate debt. Michael Kitchen reports. (Jan. 16)

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Agents Arrive At Plane Crash Site

Agents arrive to investigate the crash landing of US Airways Flight 1549. Christopher Hinton reports. (Jan. 16)

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Citi's Returns to Roots, BofA Gets Fed Handout

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that after both Citi Group and Bank of America's 2008 fourth-quarter results were posted, Citi Group announced a plan to restructure and return to its roots as Bank of America receives a reviving handout from Feds.

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CPI Data Signal Risk of Deflation

WSJ's Phil Izzo and Kelly Evans talk about the consumer price index and the fallout from the events of 2008's decrease in spending. They discuss the threat of deflation and what it will mean to the economy.

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The Week Ahead in Europe

Busy week ahead as Burberry, Nokia and Fiat report fourth-quarter earnings and German economic sentiment index in focus. (Jan. 16)

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Introducing the Chrysler 200C

WSJ's Alex P. Kellogg interviews Klaus Busse, Advance Interior & Component Designer for Chrysler about the Chrysler 200C. One striking thing about the car's interior is that it doesn't have a single mechanical switch.

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'Boy Interrupted' Director Tells Son's Story

Dana Perry's documentary, "Boy Interrupted," will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Her son Evan, who suffered from bipolar disease, committed suicide at 15.

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The Week Ahead in Europe

Busy week ahead as Burberry, Nokia and Fiat report fourth-quarter earnings and German economic sentiment index in focus. (Jan. 16)

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'Notorious'

Watch a scene from "Notorious." Video courtesy of Fox Searchlight.

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Thousands Mourn Death of Hamas Leader Killed in Air Raid

Thousands turn out for the funeral of Saeed Seyyam a day after his death in an Israeli air strike on Gaza. The Interior Minister of the territory's unrecognised Hamas government was one of ten people killed in the bombing of a rented house in Gaza City. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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'Hotel for Dogs'

See a clip from the film "Hotel for Dogs." Video courtesy of DreamWorks Pictures.

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Passenger Shares Experience, Paterson Praises Pilot

A passenger of the US Airways flight that crashed into New York's Hudson River Thursday afternoon shares his experience. Plus, New York Gov. David Paterson praises the pilot who walked the plane twice to make sure everyone got off board. Video courtesy of Reuters

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Media Web Minute

Andrea James is a 27-year-old business reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer who's worried about her job. MarketWatch's Jon Friedman reports. (Jan. 16)

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Obama speaks in Ohio

Obama speaks in Ohio

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Afghans give money and blood to Gaza cause

Afghans have turned out to donate what they can to help Palestinians in Gaza. For some it is money while for others, it's blood.

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Plea to the Pres- Ted Newman

Cowboy poet Ted Newman penned a plea to Barack Obama to 'be the president our country need.' (Jan. 16)

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Luxury Hotels Aim High for Inauguration

With only days to go until the Inauguration, Washington's hotels are getting ready for the crush of visitors. The AP's Lili Ibrahim has a look at what luxury can buy. (Jan. 15)

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Bush Says He Acted in Nation's Best Interest

Unpopular but unbowed, President George W. Bush defended his two terms in a farewell address to the nation, claiming successes at home and abroad. (Jan. 15)

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Tumult of Bush Era Falls to Obama

At noon on January 20, George W. Bush hands successor Barack Obama two unfinished wars and a worldwide economic meltdown and leaves historians the job of judging his tumultuous eight-year presidency.

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Gloves For Fashion & Function

Lifestyle expert Jen Falik shows Julie Chen the chicest gloves that will cover your needs.

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Inaugural Crafts For Kids

Mary Giles from Family Fun magazine shows Julie Chen some crafts and food projects to help kids get patriotic for Inauguration Day.

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Cheese spat causes stink for Obama in France

French cheese producers sought to cause a stink for incoming US president Barack Obama, sending him a case of pungent Roquefort to protest American import tariffs.

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Gazans bury slain senior Hamas leader

Palestinians in the Gaza Strip buried Hamas interior minister Said Siam on Friday, the most senior Islamist leader killed since the start of Israeli offensive in the territory.

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War further divides Israel's Arabs and Jews

Israel's 1.3 million Palestinian residents have lined up squarely behind the inhabitants of Gaza as the territory trembles under the ongoing offensive, straining local tensions even further.

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Toni Collette- 'U.S. Of Tara'

Academy Award-nominated actress Toni Collette talks about her new series "The United States Of Tara" on Showtime and the challenge of playing a character with dissociative identity disorder.

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NYPD Recovers Victims By Sea

Detectives Michael Delaney and Robert Rodriguez from the NYPD's scuba team recount braving the freezing water to save passengers of U.S. Airways flight 1549 from the Hudson River.

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Berlin opens homeless shelter with a difference

Homeless charities join forces with a German artist to create a homeless shelter with a difference.

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Artist Peter Max Paints Obama

Artist Peter Max unveiled his latest artwork dedicated to Barack Obama. Max pieced together 44 portraits of Obama's to represent his election as the 44th president.

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Students' Advice For Obama

Dave Price spoke with elementary school children from Washington D.C. about what advice they have for Barack Obama's move into The White House.

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Loaded- For Jobs, An Apple A Day?

CEO Steve Jobs takes a medical leave of absence from Apple, YouTube silences videos, and we get a look at Cadillac's Converj concept from the Detroit auto show.

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Biden's First Senate Visit

Vice President-elect Biden recalls the first time he stepped foot on the Senate floor.

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A Big Apple Wedding

The city of New York renovated its two wedding chapels with a more "chic" design in the hopes of luring couples to marry in the city. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Lady In The Harbor

A CSI actress becomes a real-life murder victim, and the search for justice is pure Hollywood. Erin Moriarty reports, Saturday, Jan. 24 at 10 p.m.

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Burris Sworn In

CBS News RAW: Roland Burris has been sworn in as the new Illinois senator, becoming Barack Obama's successor. He was greeted with applause by the Senate just one week after being turned away.

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'Full Price' Performs Live

Though ineligible for "The Early Show Singing Family Face-Off", relatives of weatherman Dave Price, aka "Full Price," perform an original song about family life.

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Inside US Airways Plane Crash

New York City ferry boats quickly responded after a US Airways jetliner crashed into the freezing Hudson River with 150 passengers onboard. Drew Levinson reports.

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Airbus Jet Crashes Into Hudson

Breaking News: Eyewitnesses recount their reactions as a U.S. Airways Airbus 320 crashed into the Hudson River just after taking off from Lagurdia Airport in New York City.

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Flight 1549 Survivor

A Survivor of the ill-fated U.S. Airways flight 1549 which crashed into the Hudson River describes his frightening experience. Katie Couric reports.

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Eye On Hudson Jet Crash

Katie Couric speaks with CBS News correspondent and aviation expert Bob Orr about the very dangerous, yet successful, emergency crash landing of a US Airways jet in the Hudson River.

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US Airways CEO On Hudson Crash

CBS News RAW: At the US Airways headquarters in Tempe, Ariz., chief executive officer Doug Parker speaks about the recent A320 jetliner which crashed into the Hudson River in New York City.

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U.S. Diplomacy With Israel

Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is flying to Washington to discuss a possible cease-fire plan with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Richard Roth reports on the ongoing violence in Gaza.

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Eli Lilly's $1.4 Billion Crime

Eli Lilly has pled guilty to marketing the sometimes dangerous drug Zyprexa in ways never proven safe or effective. The company will be fined $1.4 billion reckless behavior. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Deep Freeze Deepens

Half the nation's frozen over but the Midwest is getting the worst of it. In Chicago, the weather was so cold the ice skating rinks were closed. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Miracle On The Hudson

Aviation experts and rescue officials now say that it's a miracle that all passengers and crew have apparently survived a US Airways jet crash into the Hudson River. Randall Pinkston reports.

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The Legacy Of George W. Bush

CBS News' Bob Schieffer walks us through the highs and lows of President Bush's eight years in the White House.

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How Americans Say Bush Will Go Down In History

Just 17% of Americans say that President George W. Bush will go down in history as outstanding or above average president and 59% say he will go down as below average or poor president.

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Obama Transition Gets Widespread Approval

A large majority of Americans (83%) say they approve of the way President-elect Barack Obama is handling his presidential transition.

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Bush- US must never let down our guard

US President George W. Bush on Thursday hailed Barack Obama's January 20th inauguration as a moment for national "hope and pride" but warned Americans against any let-up in the war on terrorism.

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Notebook- The Opaque TARP

Katie Couric questions the rather murky handlings of the massive bailout agenda known as the Troubled Assets Relief Program, or TARP for short. Couric calls for more clarity with this initiative.

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Pres. Bush's Farewell Adress

CBS News RAW: President George W. Bush delivered a farewell address to the nation from the East Room of the White House, as he discussed his last 8 years in office.

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Planes Threatened By Birds?

According to the FAA, planes have hit birds nearly 80,000 times from 1990 to 2007. In more than 9,000 cases, the damage was serious and eleven people have died. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Miracle on the Hudson - witness tells the story

A US Airways plane carrying 155 people crashed into New York's Hudson River Thursday, but all aboard had a miraculous escape as the freezing waters rose around them. The Airbus carrying 150 passengers and five crew lost power in both engines almost simultaneously, a highly rare event, just minutes after take-off from La Guardia.

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Air expert- talent needed for Hudson 'miracle'

They call it the "Miracle on the Hudson," and Chesley Sullenberger III on Friday became the patron saint of passengers everywhere for guiding his crippled jet to an injury-free landing in the freezing waters off New York.

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Surgery Separates Twins

Conjoined twins Alex and Angel Mendoza from Phoenix, Ariz. were successfully separated after more than 12 hours in surgery, reports Dr. Debbye Turner Bell.

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Hudson Survivors Fly Home

Dick Richardson, Vince Spera and Carl Bazarian, three from a group of nine Hudson River plane crash survivors who got right back on a plane to go home, talk to Harry Smith.

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Amanda Knox Goes To Trial

Curt Knox and Edda Mellas, the parents of American college student Amanda Knox, speak to Julie Chen about the trial underway in Italy accusing their daughter of murder.

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Hudson Plane Up Close

The Coast Guard gave CBS News a close look at the fuselage of the frozen plane tethered in the Hudson River. Bianca Solozano reports and talks to two guardsman who helped rescue the last passengers.

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MSF calls for "massacre" to stop in Gaza

French humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres) called for Israel to stop the "massacre of civilians" immediately and asked all armed groups to allow emergency services to reach the victims.

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Hospitalized Survivors Speak

Dave Sanderson and Barry Leonard, two Hudson River plane crash survivors, talk to Harry Smith about their dangerous rescue and miraculously minimal injuries.

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Bamboo bikes, Ghana's green transport

Ghana's abundant resources of bamboo gave an American engineer the idea of helping people get around cheaply: bikes made from bamboo -- the ultimate green transport.

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Words For President-Elect Obama

In this Comment from London, Ed Boyle gives President-Elect Barack Obama some advice on being the leader of the United States.

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Hudson Plane Crash Heroes

Dave Price profiles Capt. Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III, pilot of flight 1549 and crew from NYC's famed Circle Line and water taxis, first responders, recount what they saw to Harry Smith.

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All Survive In Hudson River Plane Crash

CBS News Radio Anchor and Aviation Expert Harley Carnes discusses the US Airways plane crash into the Hudson River and the logistics of how everyone survived.

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Timeline Over The Hudson

All aboard a Charlotte, N.C.-bound flight from New York City survived an emergency landing in near-freezing water, reports Jeff Glor. Harry Smith talks to two survivors.

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France's Jews and Muslims feel impact of Gaza conflict

As the war in Gaza continues, Jews and Muslims in Paris's multicultural suburbs fear the impact on their own daily lives.

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Blair and Kouchner say they're hopeful for rapid Gaza ceasefire

Middle East peace envoy Tony Blair and French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner they were still hopeful that a ceasefire in the Gaza conflict would materialise soon despite intense ongoing fighting.

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