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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Win a Trip With Nicholas Kristof, 2009

The columnist invites students to enter a contest for a reporting trip to Africa this spring.

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Voices From the Lincoln Memorial

Thousands of people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington on Sunday to celebrate the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama.

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Barack Obama's Powers of Persuasion

The whole world will be watching when Barack Obama delivers his inaugural address. Expectations are high especially as he got to this point largely based on his speaking ability.

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Gazan Doctor Loses Family

Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish has devoted his life to reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians. Now he is struggling to hold on to the humane philosophy that has guided his life.

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Science Homework

A new generation of scientists are using is using their own children in their research.

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Israel Plans Gaza Ceasefire

Israel plans to halt its offensive in Gaza without a deal with Hamas, according to a senior Israeli official. The ceasefire plans come after three weeks of fighting in Gaza. Video courtesy Reuters.

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Banker's Plans For TARP Funds

At the Sandler O'Neill East Coast Financial Services Conference in November, bank executives discussed their plans for some of the billions of dollars given out under TARP.

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Obama's Train Ride to Washington

Obama departs Philadelphia with his family for a "whistle-stop" train tour to Washington for his inauguration. Courtesy Fox News.

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Merrill CEO Thain on Leveraged Loans

Leveraged loans were a little more expensive in the first quarter, but are already improving, says Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO John Thain. He spoke at WSJ's Deals and Dealmakers conference. (6/11/08)

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Getting Down to Core Business at KeyCorp

KeyCorp is a stock with the wherewithal to survive the downturn.

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Footage Shows US Airways Water Landing

Coast Guard footage shows the last minutes of the US Airways jet that crashed in the Hudson on Jan. 15 with over 150 people aboard. Video courtesy Fox News.

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Week Ahead- Earnings Releases

Marketbeat blogger David Gaffen and Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires discuss the forthcoming economic data, which is expected to show continuing weakness in the housing and retail sectors. Plus what to expect from the slew of earnings releases.

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Tough '08 Equals Not Too Many Places to Hide

Barron's Mike Santoli speaks with Chairman Archie MacAllaster of MacAllaster, Pitfield, and MacKay at the Barron's Roundtable, who says to look for markets where things get to be really cheap. The opportunity is there. Just start slowly.

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S&P 500- Dividend Aristocrats

Within the S&P 500 there are about 52 companies dubbed "Dividend Aristocrats," which are companies that hiked their dividends for 25 consecutive years, like McDonald's and Wal-Mart. Barron's Johanna Bennett explains.

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When Economy Recovers, Belts Will Still Be Tight

Felix Zulauf, Founder and President of Zulauf Asset Management says that consumers have been traumatized by the huge loss in net worth, and can be expected to act conservatively even after the economy recovers. Mike Santoli reports at the Barron's Roundtable.

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Transgenerational Market Shift- Here's a New Rhythm

Pimco Founder and Co-Chief Investment Officer Bill Gross says the market shift from the familiar to a phenomenon of consumers rapidly switching gears from "Shop 'til You Drop" to "Save to the Grave." Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Time to Find the True Bottom of the Market

Goldman Sachs Senior Investment Strategist Abby Joseph Cohen says that the economy/market is on its way to recovering a sense of equilibrium and stability, but is not out of the woods yet. Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Coast Guard Video of Plane Crash

Video released by the United States Coast Guard and the National Transportation Safety Board shows the emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, 2009.

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The Carpetbagger At Sundance

David Carr investigates the lack of attendance so far at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Obama- Inauguration Celebrates American People

President-elect Barack Obama said Saturday his inauguration will be more than simply a transfer of power; it should be a celebration of the American spirit. (Jan. 17)

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Thousands fete Obama on slow train to Washington

Cheered Saturday by thousands thronging embankments and awash in history's echoes, Barack Obama vowed to lift America out of crisis as he trundled by train to Washington to claim the White House.

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Medvedev meets EU on gas crisis

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev declared he was hopeful of a breakthrough on Europe's gas crisis but European officials walked away from key talks in Moscow unsatisfied, calling on Russia and Ukraine to wrap up the dispute that has kept millions in the cold.

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Inauguration In Legos

If you can't make it to the actual inauguration, there's a miniature version in Southern California that's a sight to behold. The Early Show's Hattie Kauffman got a firsthand look at the toy creation.

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'Difficult days' ahead, but Obama optimistic

Barack Obama exhorted Americans Saturday to unite in a "new declaration of independence" from bigotry, small thinking and ideology, as he set off by train to Washington to take power. "Only a handful of times in our history has a generation been confronted with challenges so vast," Obama, 47, told a crowd of around 300 people in a flag-draped waiting room at Philadelphia's 30th Street station.

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Obama's Philadelphia Address

Before taking off on his train to Washington, D.C. President-elect Obama spoke at a rally in Philadelphia. Here is his message.

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Miracle on the Hudson - another video

The New York City Mayor's office released a footage today of the U.S. Airways passenger plane as it conducted an emergency landing into the Hudson River Jan. 15, 2009.

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New video of the "Miracle on the Hudson"

The Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board released Coast Guard footage today of the U.S. Airways passenger plane as it conducted an emergency landing into the Hudson River Jan. 15, 2009.

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Obama's First Days In Office

Dee Dee Myers, and Republican strategist Kevin Madden look at what President-elect Barack Obama's priorities should be on his first day in office.

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Two dead in Israeli strike on Gaza school

A woman and a child were killed on Saturday in an Israeli strike on a UN-run school in northern Gaza where some 1,600 people had taken shelter. The UN has demanded an investigation into the strike, the fourth time during the war that Israel has hit a school run by the UN agency for Palestinian refugees.

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Pilot Safety Chief On 'Sully'

Capt. Rory Kay, safety chief of the Airline Pilots Assoc., lauded Capt. Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III and crew with excellence and professionalism during the Hudson crash.

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Last WH Press Briefing Tribute

Press Secretary Dana Perino delivered her last briefing with a photo tribute and a laugh track from the press corp.

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Notebook- Hero On The Hudson

With Katie Couric on assignment, Maggie Rodriguez pays tribute to US Airways Capt. Chelsey B. "Sully" Sullenberger III, who piloted an airbus which crashed into New York's Hudson River.

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Hudson Jet Crash Investigation

Officials from the National Transportation Safety Board are raising a US Airways jet out of the Hudson River as part of their investigation of the crash. Bob Orr reports.

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Mind Behind Inaugural Floats

For 16 consecutive inaugurations, Earl Hargrove has created countless parade floats. This year he is building seven floats and decorating ten official balls. CBS News' Bill Plante interviews this legend.

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Yo-Yo Ma's Obama Groove

He's known throughout the world as one of the greatest classical musicians. Now, as Michelle Miller reports, Yo-Yo Ma will perform a new composition at Barack Obama's presidential inauguration.

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Trouble In Banking

Citigroup and Bank of America are back in the national spotlight, each with their own set of problems. Anthony Mason reports.

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Surviving Flight 1549

From a 55-year-old man who swam to a lifeboat to a mother who wouldn't let go of her 9-month-old, Kelly Wallace reports on some of the most harrowing survivor stories of US Airways flight 1549.

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Obama's Safety Shield

What looks like a regular piece of glass is strong enough to prevent an assassination. This technological marvel is protecting President-elect Barack Obama. Armen Keteyian reports.

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What To Do In A Plane Crash

What would you do if you found yourself on a plane forced down into water? Five heroic crew members on US Airways Flight 1549 made sure 150 passengers learned the answer. Ben Tracy reports.

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Is racial integration still a dream deferred?

As the U.S.celebrates the inauguration of its first African American president, a new report finds that the nation's schools are becoming more racially and economically segregated. AFPTV takes a look at Charlotte, North Carolina, where thirty years ago, the first mandatory busing program transported black and white children across the county to successfully integrate schools.

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The Wildcard, 01.16.09

Cali Carlin brings you a flying car, costumed cats and a water skiing squirrel.

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Kabul blast kills two Afghans, wounds US, Germans

A suicide car bomb claimed by the Taliban exploded outside the German embassy in Kabul Saturday, killing at least two Afghans and wounding dozens more people including US soldiers and German nationals.

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They will sing for Obama

To convince the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies to pick them, 43 choristers from the San Francisco Boys Chorus and 43 from the San Francisco Girls Chorus paired up. They recorded only one song on a CD and sent it off, fingers crossed. And, as Rachel Silverman reports from San Francisco, the rest is history.

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