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Monday, January 19, 2009

Israeli Arabs Angered by Attacks on Gaza

Israel's Arab citizens are hurting and seething against the state after. The feelings of estrangement could last long after the Gaza war.

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Bloggingheads- Obama's Moral Impact

Father William Franklin, left, of the American Academy in Rome and Glenn Loury of Brown University discuss the moral significance of Barack Obama's presidency. Go to Bloggingheads.tv Embed this video

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Barack Obama's Inaugural Speech

President Barack Obama emphasized responsibility in his Inaugural Address.

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Watching the Inauguration in New York

New Yorkers line the streets to watch President Obama address the nation.

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A Look at Past Presidential Inaugurations

On the eve of a historical inauguration, Fox's James Rosen revisits past presidential inaugurations and discusses what made them memorable. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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An Uneasy Calm in Gaza

Israel accelerated its troop withdrawal as Hamas reasserted control in Gaza and Palestinians sought to recover from the war.

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That's Inaugural Entertainment

With a day to go before President-elect Barack Obama takes the oath, corporations and advocacy groups were hosting plenty of parties to help keep well-connect visitors entertained. WSJ's Amy Schatz reports.

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Rev. Robinson Delivers Opening Prayer

The Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson reflects on delivering the prayer at the presidential inauguration opening ceremony. He talks with WSJ's Steve Waldman.

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Critics' Picks- 'Malcolm X'

A. O. Scott reviews Spike Lee's biopic about Malcolm X, whose repeated acts of self-transformation inspired the young Barack Obama.

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Op-Ed- First Words

Students from a public high school in the Bronx read poems they wrote to Barack Obama, questioning his promise of change.

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The Quest for Perfect Airline Food

Middleseat's Scott McCartney spends a day with Hermann Freidanck, the inflight food manager of Singapore airlines in his quest for perfection in airline food (for first class, anyway).

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Obama Focuses Day on Volunteer Service

Barack Obama visits wounded troops and spends much of the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday focused on community service. Fox News's Jennifer Davis reports.

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D.C. Abuzz a Day Ahead of Inauguration

One day away from an historic inauguration, people took to the streets of Washington, D.C. to enjoy the festivities and simply soak in the moment. WSJ's Brian Aguilar reports.

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Celebrating MLK With A Day of Service

Students from Adrian College, Mich., spend MLK Day volunteering to help restore one of the oldest cemeteries in Washington.

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Ways To Save On Tax Returns

MarketWatch's Larry Kofsky speaks with Michael Yerington, CEO of Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, about ways to save on 2008 tax returns. (Jan. 19)

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Astrologers predict gloomy Year of the Ox

As Asia prepares to ring in the year of the Ox, geomancers in Singapore forecast tough times ahead for new US President Barack Obama, --an ox in Chinese astrology.

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Analyst Insights- Religiosity Around the World

Gallup World Poll Senior Editor Steve Crabtree discusses findings from his recent report on how religiosity varies worldwide.

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America's confidence in obama unshaken

Fifty-percent or more of Americans say they have more confidence now in Barack Obama's ability to improve the economy, manage the federal government, and in his ethical standards than before he took office. (Feb. 6)

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Gallup - Majority Support for Stimulus Holds Firm

In a new poll conducted Wednesday night, 52% of Americans say they favor Congress passing a new economic stimulus package and 38% oppose it, essentially unchanged from last week. (Feb. 6)

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A TV channel at last for Turkey's Kurds

Kurds in Turkey have finally got a TV channel of their own. TRT-6 has been running since 1 January, showing news, documentaries and soaps all in Kurdish: a real revolution in a country where the language was banned until the early nineties.

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Tourist Refrain- "I Had to Be Here"

With Barack Obama standing at the threshold of the White House, tourists continue to pour into the capital to celebrate his inauguration as America's first black president. (Jan. 19)

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Americans Lean Against closing Guantanamo

More Americans say the prison at Guantanamo Bay military base in Cuba should not be closed (45%) than say it should (35%), but 20% have no opinion on the matter.

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Americans' Expectations High for Obama Inauguration

A large majority of Americans (86%) think Barack Obama's inauguration speech will be excellent or good and 78% view Obama's inauguration as the most historic or one of the most historic the nation has ever had.

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Changing Of The Guard

Bob Schieffer comments on Barack Obama's upcoming Presidential Inauguration and the challenges he and the American people will face in the future.

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The People's Inauguration

Bob Schieffer spoke with Slate magazine's John Dickerson and Georgetown University's Michael Eric Dyson about Barack Obama's upcoming Presidential Inauguration.

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Obama Visits Arlington Cemetery

President-elect Barack Obama, VP-elect Joe Biden and their families visited Arlington National Cemetery and laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

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The Pilot Who Saved The Day

CBS News correspondent John Blackstone profiles the US Airways Captain Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger, who piloted a malfunctioning airbus jet safely into the Hudson River.

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Braving the elements in Russia

Russians have been celebrating Epiphany in a particularly chilly fashion. A local tradition has hundreds lining up for a plunge in the freezing river Istra as soon as it's been blessed by a priest.

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Journeying Toward Change

Generations of African Americans have waited to see the day when a black person would become president. Traveling to D.C. by plane, a group from Jackson, Miss. talk about what it means to them.

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The Mall, A People Place

Bill Plante reports on the history of the Washington Mall and the Lincoln Memorial which has become a treasured symbol of equality to African-Americans. Newark Mayor Corey Booker talks to Harry Smith.

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Rafah, a poignant crossing point to Gaza

Destinies collide, shattered by the war, at the Rafah terminal on the Egyptian border with Gaza. Civilians flee the Palestinian enclave while others return.

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First Lady Fashion Statement

First Ladies of the past have worn bejeweled gowns to their husband's inaugurations. This year the fashion world is buzzing about what Michelle Obama will wear. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Iraqis await Obama

How do Iraqis view the arrival of Barack Obama, and what do they expect of him?

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Hero Pilot's Wife On Crash

CBS Exclusive: Priya David talks with Lorrie Sullenberger about her husband's heroic landing of US Airways flight 1549.

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Inaugural Party Snacks

Top Chef's chef Spike showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith how to make "Obama burgers," for the perfect inaugural party.

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Stevie Wonder Reflects On MLK

Stevie Wonder spoke to Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez about the significance of Martin Luther King Jr. day coinciding with the inauguration of Barack Obama.

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D.C. Ready For Crowds

Washington D.C.'s population will more than double during Barack Obama's inauguration. As Maggie Rodriguez reports, the capital has increased security for the crowds.

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Black Box Data Recovered

Flight 1549's recorder picked up thumps and both engines quitting before it was ditched in the Hudson River, reports Kelly Wallace.

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Historic Security In D.C.

Tens of thousands of security officials will be present at the inauguration, the nation's largest security effort since 9/11, reports Bob Orr.

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The Day After The Inauguration

Republican strategist Bay Buchanan and contributor Nancy Giles discuss the challenges Barack Obama faces during his first days as President.

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Join CBS News' Mobile Coverage

People attending the inauguration will send CBS News their photos via Twitter and mobile. CNET's Natali Del Conte explains how anyone can participate.

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New temple of art in Beirut

Culture mavens in Lebnanon have unveiled the latest temple to creation in the capital: a contemporary art centre intended to bring artists of diverse backgrounds to the fore.

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Eurozone economy to contract 1.9 pct in 2009- EU

In a string of grim forecasts, the European Commission announced the eurozone economy would likely contract 1.9 percent this year as unemployment surges and government deficits explode in the midst of a severe recession. Unemployment in the 16 nations sharing the euro is also set to rise to over 10 percent of the workforce in 2010.

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Tourists track Obama's roots

Since Barack Obama was elected president of the United States, Kogelo, the village in the west of Kenya where the politician's father grew up, is learning to live with its new celebrity links.

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Kicking Off Inauguration Week

President-elect Barack Obama joined nearly half-a-million people on the national mall for an inaugural celebration kicking off inauguration week in Washington. Kathryn Brown reports.

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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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Change And Challenge

Katie Couric will anchor a live, one-hour primetime special, "Change And Challenge: The Inauguration Of Barack Obama," airing Tuesday January, 20th at 9:00pm ET/PT.

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The Fighting Continues

On the 22nd day of the conflict, Israel declared a ceasefire in Gaza, but it didn't take long for the fighting to resume. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Fighting For The Working Class

CBS News RAW: At the "We Are One: Opening Inaugural Celebration" at the Lincoln Memorial, Vice President-elect Joe Biden spoke of the need to protect, honor, and celebrate America's working class.

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Throwing An Inauguration

Josh Landis and Mitch Butler give the basic ingredients for what they call, "inauguration party mix," the perfect recipe to swear in Barack Obama as president.

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Inauguration Viewers Guide

Jeff Greenfield discusses what to look for, and what to listen for, on Barack Obama's Inauguration Day.

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Reviving The Economy

Bob Schieffer spoke with Director Lawrence Summers of the National Economic Council about how the incoming Obama administration will create jobs and increase spending.

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The Torch Is Passed

Washington D.C. has been home to every Presidential Inauguration, but this one is very different. Bob Schieffer reports.

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Face The Nation, 1.18.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Director Lawrence Summers, Slate magazine's John Dickerson and Georgetown University's Michael Eric Dyson about Barack Obama's inauguration and his first steps as President.

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Moving Day at the White House

Moving Day at the White House

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Obama with volunteers

Obama with volunteers

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Team Obama

President-elect Barack Obama has assembled an all-star cast to help navigate the world's biggest economy and most powerful military through some of the toughest times the US has ever seen. Leon E. Panetta was named head of the CIA, and Rahm Emanuel chief of staff. And then, there is his cabinet.

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Inauguration crowds

Politico's sister station, WJLA talks to people flocking to the National Mall.

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Obama paints at Walter Reed

Obama paints at Walter Reed

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Full of Cheer

A group of cheerleaders do a full cheer for the President-elect.

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Gazans returning home find little left

A tenuous ceasefire held on Monday in Gaza, where Palestinians dug out from the rubble and Hamas put on a show of defiance vowing to fight on after the Jewish state's deadliest war on the territory.

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Obama turns painter to honor MLK

US president-elect Barack Obama rolled up his sleeves and got down to work Monday -- painting and decorating as part of a pre-inauguration celebration of community service.

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Sniffing out the real thing in French truffle country

As France's truffle season gets into full swing, devotees of the luxury fungus are worried about a Chinese rival to their own "black diamond."

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