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Sunday, January 18, 2009

South Africans Celebrate Inauguration

The Bokamoso Youth Theater group from Pretoria, South Africa, celebrates following the opening ceremony for the inauguration of Barack Obama. WSJ's Brad Haynes reports.

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Carpetbagger- Mike Tyson at Sundance

David Carr talks to Mike Tyson about the new documentary "Tyson," now screening in Park City.

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US Airways Jet Hoisted from Hudson

An Airbus jet that went down in the Hudson River with over 150 passengers aboard was hoisted from the icy waters over the weekend.

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Maximum Bang for the Stimulus Buck

Barron's Gene Epstein evaluates Obama's stimulus package and makes his own suggestions as to how the incoming president should spend the money. (Jan. 19)

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Rachel and Seth

Rachel Natelson and Seth Fogelman tell how Mr. Fogelman became smitten with Ms. Natelson after she created a "secession" book club to counter the "Oprah-driven" book club their colleagues created.

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Plane Safety Demonstration

Brian Omahen, an expert on plane safety, explains how to evacuate a plane following a water landing and gives Hattie Kauffman a demonstration.

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Biden's Amtrak Admission

Standing with friend and conductor Gregg Weaver, longtime Amtrak commuter Joe Biden admits that his late arrival sometimes kept the train from running on time.

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Bruschetta, Gnocchi & Gelato!

An executive chef at two popular New York City restaurants, Michael White presents some top notch Italian recipes for an affordable "Chef On A Shoestring" feast.

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Under The Radar, 01.17.09

Don't miss a rather unusual sculpture of President-elect Barack Obama. Plus, the economic recession has forced even porcupines out of a job! Get ready for another round of wild and wacky headlines.

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Countdown To Inauguration

The Early Show Saturday edition anchor Erica Hill takes an inside look at the intricate and elaborate planning well underway in Washington D.C. for Barack Obama's historic presidential inauguration.

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A closer look at Barack Obama

A portrait of Barack Obama, who will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States on Tuesday.

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Dozens of bodies found in Gaza rubble

Dozens of bodies were pulled from the rubble in Gaza after Israel halted its war on Hamas.

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Palestinians inspect the damage in fragile ceasefire

Palestinians took advantage of a fragile ceasefire in the Gaza Strip to inspect the damage caused by three weeks of Israeli air strikes.

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Mr. Obama goes to Washington

Feted by thousands and invoking history to steel the United States against crises at home and abroad, Barack Obama rode a hope-fuelled inaugural train to Washington Saturday, three days before he is sworn in as president.

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Lincoln And Obama Links

Two presidential historians -- Harold Holzer and Douglas Brinkley --sat down with CBS News to describe the political parallels and differences between Barack Obama and Abraham Lincoln.

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Cell Phones And Inauguration

Washington, D.C.'s "tech czar" Vivek Kundra explains how cell phones will work during the Inauguration and what techonology safety precautions have been taken.

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Searching For A Job

Thousands of jobs were lost in the U.S. last year and many are now searching for work. In a competetive environment, financial contributor Vera Gibbons offers advice for finding employment.

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'Sugar Pie Honey Bunch'

Classic music hitmakers from the era of Motown, The Four Tops are still performing to this day. The group sings their 1960s hit, "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)," at the Second Cup Cafe.

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Special Rider On Obama Train

A longtime supporter of Joe Biden, women s rights activist Quincy Lucas had the opportunity to ride in an Amtrak train with President-elect Barack Obama. Priya David reports from Dover, Del.

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The Cunning Environmentalist

One of the last minute acts of the Bush Administration was to auction off land for oil drilling. But, As Bill Whitaker reports, one environmentalist found a way to foil these plans to sell the land.

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D.C. Visitors Start To Arrive

Over a million and half people are expected to attend Barack Obama s historic inauguration. As Kimberly Dozier reports, Washington D.C. has prepared extensively for the mass influx of visitors.

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From Lincoln To Obama

As the presidential inauguration soon approaches, Barack Obama has used Abraham Lincoln for a source of inspiration. Jim Axelrod reports on the similarities between the two politicians.

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Legacy Of The Greensboro Four

As Barack Obama prepares to become the first African American U.S. president, Russ Mitchell profiles four you men who stood up for their rights at the height of the Civil Rights Movement.

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New Hudson Jet Crash Details

NTSB officials are now searching for the missing left engine of the US Airways jet which crashed into the Hudson River. As Bianca Solorzano reports, that plane's pilot has been praised as a hero.

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All Aboard Obama Express

Bound for Washington D.C. on an Amtrak train filled with supporters, President-elect Barack Obama left Philadelphia just days before his historic inauguration. Chip Reid reports.

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Crisis hits Brazil as GM cuts jobs

The financial crisis has finally hit Brazil, with the US automaker General Motors sacking more than 800 workers because of plummeting car sales. Unions and the government fear thousands more jobs are going to be slashed as the boom evaporates in Latin America's biggest economy.

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A Celebration Of American Renewal

CBS News RAW: As the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama draws near, he looks ahead to the challenges we face and the road to overcoming our nation's obstacles.

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'Overwhelming emotion' at Obama inaugural concert

Music legends joined Sunday with hundreds of thousands of people at Washington's Lincoln Memorial in a vast emotional celebration of Barack Obama's upcoming inauguration as the first black US president.

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Obama's first 100 days

The incoming Obama administration faces one of the toughest times in American history. Obama will lose no time on entering the White House this week setting in motion an economic revival, an end to the Iraq war and a new era of government accountability, top aides said Sunday.

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