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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

T Takes- Brooklyn 09 Episode 3

Starring Charlie Cox and Angela McCluskey. Directed by Brody Baker.

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Is Gitmo Good?

Mark Schmitt, left, of The American Prospect and Byron York of National Review debate whether the Guantanamo Bay prison should be closed. Go to Bloggingheads.tv Embed this video

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Concrete Jumble- Instant Bowery

The third episode in Gary Leib's series of animations about the history of New York City.

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'Slumdog Millionaire'

Watch the trailer for the new movie "Slumdog Millionaire. Courtesy Celador Films. 99

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The Truth About Moving

Moving with reusable plastic bins instead of disposable cardboard boxes.

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Market Wrap- Wednesday

Buyers move back into the market one day after the banking sector posts one of its worst days on record. Financials and energy pace the market rebound with major U.S. stock indexes closing with gains of 3% to 4%.(Jan. 21)

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'Revolutionary Road'

See a clip from the film "Revolutionary Road." Video courtesy of Paramount Vantage.

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The Movie 'Milk'

See a clip from Gus Van Sant's new film "Milk," about gay activist Harvey Milk. Video courtesy of Focus Features. (Nov. 20)

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Powder Spurs Probe at WSJ NY Offices

An investigation is underway at the Wall Street Journal's New York offices, where more than a dozen envelopes containing unidentified white powder were discovered. Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable reports.

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An Enlightened Stock Pick

Northeast Utilities stands out in its industry, thanks to above-average earnings growth. Barron's Teresa Rivas reports.

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'The Reader'

See a trailer for "The Reader". Video courtesy of The Weinstein Company.

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Protestors Target Prime Minister's Car

Icelandic protesters, angry with the way the government handled the collapse of the economy, retaliated by attacking the prime minister's car, pelting it with eggs. Video courtesy Reuters.

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Treasury Secretary Nominee Urges Action

Timothy Geithner, the Treasury secretary nominee, expressed strong support for an $825 billion stimulus program during his hearing on the Hill. He also apologized for failing to pay taxes. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Buying Spree Plagues Bank of America

Bob O'Brien with Barron's Stocks Today looks at the problems facing Bank of America and its chairman Kenneth D. Lewis over BOA's acquisitions of Countrywide Financial and Merrill Lynch.

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In HyperSpace, an Alternative to Windows

Mossberg Solution columnist Katie Boehret reviews HyperSpace, a special operating environment that performs a handful of basic tasks and works as an alternative to Windows.

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Obama's Inaugural Speech Somber and Sober

WSJ's Jerry Seib parses President Barack Obama's inaugural speech. He said Obama, known for his inspirational speeches, instead delivered a somber and sober message.

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See a Clip from 'Defiance'

Watch a clip for the new movie "Defiance." Courtesy Paramount Vantage.

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Online Help for Car Buyers

It is a buyer's market for those seeking to acquire a new car with many incentives. Third-party websites can help prospective buyers in making their automotive decision.

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Antarctic Ice Shelf Hanging by a Thread

An Antarctic ice shelf is on the brink of collapse with just a sliver of ice holding it in place, the latest victim of global warming that is altering maps of the frozen continent. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Analysis- Fiat Can't Save Chrysler

WSJ's Mean Street columnist Evan Newmark says despite Chrysler's recent agreement with Fiat, the U.S. auto maker is still "destined for the dustbin." He tells colleague Heidi Moore why he believes the company will eventually go bankrupt.

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Obama's Inaugural Ball Blitz

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama's first ball was dubbed the "neighborhood ball." It was just the beginning of a very busy night. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Day One for President Obama

Following a whirlwind Inaugural Day for newly sworn-in President Barack Obama, Obama begins his first day at the White House. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Carpetbagger- Snowboarding At Sundance

David Carr learns to snowboard from Woody Harrelson and collects movie pitches from people on the street at Sundance.

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The Movie 'Frost/Nixon'

See a clip from "Frost/Nixon," starring stage and screen actor Frank Langella as former President Richard Nixon. Video courtesy of Universal Pictures.

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Recession's Future Path

Leading economists discuss the impact of the recession and how long it might go. Kelsey Hubbard reports from the 2009 Global Economic Outlook, co-hosted by Dow Jones Indexes. (Jan. 21)

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Thai Turmoil and an Empty Pizza Box

John Batchelor, radio host and author, and Simon Constable of Dow Jones Newswires connect the dots between an empty pizza box and political turmoil in Thailand. (Jan. 21)

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Obama's Day One- Recession, War, Ethics

On his first day in office, President Barack Obama tackled the economy, wars in the Mideast and ethics rules. (Jan. 21)

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Obama's Move From Celebrations to Business

Now officially president, Barack Obama capped off days of inaugural celebrations with a prayer service and White House open house, then turned his attention toward governing. (Jan. 21)

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Raw Video- Obamas' Final Inaugural Ball

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle wrap up the long inauguration day at one final celebratorial gala with one last swing around the dance floor. (Jan. 20)

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First Person- Chaos in DC Post-Inaugural

Tens-of-thousands tried to move through the streets of Washington as they headed out of town following President Barack Obama's swearing in, only to find themselves rerouted or stuck in hours long lines in the cold. (Jan. 20)

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Video Tour Of Gaza City

Only On The Web: CBS News' Adil Bradlow was one of the first Western news photographers in Gaza City after Israel's 3 week military campaign.

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VP Joe Biden Sworn In

Joe Biden was sworn in as the first Catholic Vice President of the United States during Inauguration ceremonies in Washington.

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President Obama Takes Oath

Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States, as well as the first African-American to hold the office, during Inauguration ceremonies in Washington.

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Inaugural Parade Preview

CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson gives a behind-the-scenes look at the media truck that will be at the head of the inaugural parade and how fellow members of the media are keeping warm on a blistery Washington day.

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That Day Has Come

Only On The Web: Women in Washington, D.C. talks about how far African-Americans have come in her lifetime and how wonderful she feels about having a president who can bring everyone together.

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Hopes To Cross Party Lines

CBS News Senior Political Correspondent spoke with Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) about the historic inauguration of President Obama and his hopes for an end to partisan politics in Washington.

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Obama's Middle East Effect

Katie Couric spoke with Alan Pizzey in Gaza City about how Barack Obama's administration may handle tensions in the Middle East.

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Capturing History

CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson speaks with a White House commissioned photographer for the Inaugural Book published by the Presidential Inaugural Committee, commemorating the inauguration of President Obama.

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The Road To Presidency

Barack Obama overcame many obstacles to become the 44th president, and the first black president at the same time. Bill Plante reports on the long road that led Obama to the White House.

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Obama Wishes Kennedy Well

In a somber speech at an Inaugural luncheon, President Barack Obama sent Sen. Ted Kennedy well wishes after Kennedy fell ill during the luncheon event.

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Sen. Ted Kennedy To Hospital

During the congressional luncheon, Senator Ted Kennedy reportedly suffered seizures before being taken to an ambulance by fellow Senators Chris Dodd and John Kerry.

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Woman Falls On Tracks In D.C.

The inaugural festivities got off to a rough start after a 68-year-old woman fell onto subway tracks. Trains were disrupted for about an hour as emergency crews treated the woman who is expected to live.

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44's First Luncheon

President Obama attends a luncheon with members of congress, including Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), Secretary of State nominee Hillary Clinton and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), among others.

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Dan Bartlett On Bush Departure

CBS News political analyst Dan Bartlett tells Katie Couric what he believes is going through former President and Mrs. Bush's minds as they depart the Capitol.

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Washington Security Holds Tight

Security in the nation's capital held up well during Inaugural ceremonies. Police are reporting no major incidents. Bob Orr reports.

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Obama-mania hits Japan

CBS News Raw: President Barack Obama has swept the nation. With Obama merchandise like masks and dolls, people all over the world are saying "Yes We Can!"

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Inaugural Speech Analysis

CBS News' Jeff Greenfield analyzes elements of President Obama's inaugural speech.

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Obama Addresses America

In Full: President Barack Obama addressed the massive crowds at Inauguration ceremonies in Washington after taking his oath of office.

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Obama Won't Back Down

Pa. Governor Ed Rendell spoke with Katie Couric about his thoughts on President Obama's inauguration and his faith in the President that he isn't going to back down from the tough issues.

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Inaugural Lines Scared Some

CBS News RAW: The fearsome lines at the Inauguration caused many to feel unsafe. One D.C. celebrator said that she was so squished she could hardly breathe.

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Ted Kennedy Seizure Details

Jeff Greenfield spoke with Sen. Chris Dodd about Sen. Ted Kennedy's seizure during an inaugural luncheon attended by Barack Obama.

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Russell Simmons On Obama

Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons tells Katie Couric how the Obama administration could keep young people engaged in the political process.

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Gov. Paterson On Senate Seat

New York Governor David Paterson speaks with Katie Couric about who he is considering to fill Hillary Clinton's senate seat. Paterson also explains what this memorable day means to him.

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U.S. Troops On Inauguration

Soldiers stationed in Afghanistan send their warm wishes to President Obama and share their thoughts on the critical transition facing our nation's new Commander-In-Chief.

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Huffington Post Inaugural Ball

An inside look at the Huffington Post's 2009 Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C., attended by Larry David, Jesse Jackson, Josh Groban and more!

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Obama Walks The Walk

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk down Pennsylvania Avenue and greet the millions of people who came to witness history.

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Kennedy Health Update

Historian Douglas Brinkey reports good news about Ted Kennedy. Sen. John Kerry told Brinkley that Kennedy will spend the night in the hospital, but should be released fairly soon.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Chrysler will have access to the Italian Carmakers technology; Also, Warner Bros will cut 10 percent of its global workforce, which will lead to 800 layoffs.

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Notebook- Inauguration

Katie Couric speaks about Barack Obama officially becoming the 44th president of the United States. She also speaks about American's first expectations with Obama as president.

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Inaugural Sights And Sounds

As the celebrations and balls commence, Katie Couric takes a look back at the day that was the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.

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Ticket Holders Turned Away

Areas of the National Mall were completely shut down hours before President Obama was sworn in. Once closed, even ticket holders were turned away. Jeff Glor reports.

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A Parade For The Ages

An estimated 300,000 along Pennsylvania Ave. watched as President Obama made his way to the White House. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, even after an hour wait, the crowd wasn't disappointed.

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Neighbor Moved By Obama

Southside Chicago native Stephen Gordon was particularly moved by Obama's message. He's a current resident of the housing project where Obama began as a community organizer, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Front Row Seats To History

Va. millionaire Earl Stafford gave the Brown family the opportunity of a lifetime, front row seats to the inauguration of President Obama. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Joyous Mood For Inauguration

Even a brutal winter day couldn't keep away those who wanted to catch a glimpse of President Obama's inauguration. As Byron Pitts reports, the mood in Washington was joyous.

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Saying Goodbye to 43

President Bush returned to Texas after an 8-year absence. CBS News analyst and former Bush aide Dan Bartlett reflects on the impact of the Bush administration.

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Change Has Finally Come

Some stayed home for the experience, but many were in our Washington for the big day. Wherever you were, you are a part of U.S. history. Change may have finally come. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Obama's Journey Begins

President Obama was sworn in as our nation's 44th president and, as Chip Reid reports, the day began quite early and the festivities were expected to last until well into the night.

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Obama's Plain Speech

President Barack Obama's plainly-worded speech may have left some listeners disappointed if they were expecting soaring prose. But his simple words may have put many at ease. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Breaking Down Obama's Speech

Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley speaks with Katie Couric about President Obama's Inaugural address, the expectations surrounding it and the comparison to previous inaugural speeches.

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Dowdy no more- Lingerie goes organic

Organic clothing has come a long way, countering the prejudice that to save the planet you have to accept a lack of style. A new trend in lingerie now proves that organic and sexy are no longer contradictions.

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Obama's Busy First Day in Office

President Barack Obama Wednesday dived into the treacherous diplomacy of the Middle East, promised a new era of ethical politics and froze the salaries of top staff in a frenetic first day in office.

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Inauguration Ceremonies Rivet Nation, Spur Hope

Most Americans (80%) say they either watched or listened to the inauguration ceremonies as they happened or subsequent news reports and 62% say the inauguration makes them feel more hopeful about the next four years.

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The People's Inauguration Day

Harry Smith talked to Americans on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial about their inauguration experience.

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Helping Out Of Work Friends

Etiquette expert Helena Echlin from Chow.com offers Julie Chen polite ways to socialize with friends in need, especially those who've lost their jobs.

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Oscar Nomination Preview

Blogger Tom O'Neil from Theenvelope.com reveals to Julie Chen what's on Hollywood's mind as Oscar nominations come out.

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Photog's Unique Obama Shots

Photojournalist Scout Tufankjian, who began shooting Barack Obama since 2006, has followed him until Inauguration Day. She shared her work with Harry Smith.

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Faith stressed at prayer service

Faith stressed at prayer service

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Geithner apologies for tax lapses

Geithner apologies for tax lapses

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On the Iraqi campaign trail

Iraqi candidates are beating the campaign trail ahead of landmark provincial elections on Saturday. Their campaign material bears simple images conveying strong messages, showing candidates kissing the Koran, or young girls crying in distress.

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US newspapers react to President Obama

There's only one story on the front pages of US newspapers today. Guess who?

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Inaugural Moments Photo Shoot

Dave Price spoke with CBS Watch Magazine's Angelique O'Neil about the new issue of the magazine which features soap stars restaging past inaugural moments.

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Salmonella Death Spurs Suit

A Georgia peanut plant was traced as the source for a salmonella outbreak blamed for six deaths, reports Priya David. Registered Dietician Keri Glassman explains the symptoms for salmonella.

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Inaugural Balls Rock D.C.

CBS News contributor Laura Schwartz rocked the night away with D.C.'s glitterati at several inaugural balls, and stayed up until morning talk to Maggie Rodriguez about them.

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In Gaza, eyes on Obama

Palestinians in the war-battered enclave of Gaza watched the inauguration of Barack Obama with interest, hoping that new leadership in Washington will mean renewed interest in the Middle East peace process.

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Afghans react to Obama as president

Residents of Kabul have welcomed news that US President Barack Obama is seeking to suspend military trials being held at the "war on terror" camp at Guantanamo Bay.

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Obama Signs First Orders

President Obama signs his first executive orders and Vice President Biden administers the oath of office to the senior staff.

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Biden takes dig at Justice Roberts

Biden takes dig at Justice Roberts

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White House pay freeze

Obama issues a pay freeze for White House staff

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The Legacy Of Medgar Evers

As Barack Obama becomes the first African American U.S. president, CBS News' Harold Dow highlights the life of Medgar Evers, a black civil rights activist who was assassinated in the 1960s.

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Commander-In-Chief Ball

At the Commander-in-Chief Ball, or as President Obama has renamed it the "Neighborhood Ball" thanked all of those who have supported him and celebrated the idea of community.

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Black Voices on Inauguration

Only On The Web: As the first black man took the nation's highest office, emotions ran high for African Americans who flocked to the capitol.

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Obama's Test Soon To Come

Chip Reid speaks with Katie Couric about the day's events. Reid says that the campaign and inauguration were a success, but President Obama's true test is soon to come.

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The Journey To Washington

For Edith Childs, Avery Jordan and Maura Sullivan, their lives may be far different, but the inauguration of President Barack Obama has brought them together.

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Obama's Big Day

Katie Couric recaps an eventful Inauguration Day rich with tradition.

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A historic day in the United States

Barack Obama proclaimed Americans had chosen "hope over fear" in the face of a diving economy and wars abroad, as a jubilant two million strong crowd watched him make history by becoming America's first black president Tuesday.

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Helping DC's Homeless

CBS News' Jamie McGlinchy spoke to those helped by Monday's National Day of Service prior to Tuesay's Inauguration.

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A Day Unlike Any Other

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer has covered every inauguration since L.B.J in 1965. As he explains to Katie Couric, he thought he'd seen it all until this one.

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Obama's Global Message

In his address, President Obama told world leaders that the U.S. is "ready to lead once more." And from Europe to Asia to Africa, his inauguration was seen as a new beginning. Mark Phillips reports.

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2009 Inauguration Webcast

Only On The Web: On the night of Pres. Barack Obama's historic inauguration, Katie Couric hosts a special webcast from Washington D.C. Guests include Jon Bon Jovi, Jordin Sparks, will.i.am and more.

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George Lopez On Inauguration

Only On The Web: Actor and comedian George Lopez spoke with Katie Couric about how the inauguration of President Obama and its impact on all races and all Americans.

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will.i.am On Obama Presidency

Only On The Web: In a live conversation via Skype, Katie Couric speaks with hip hop artist will.i.am about the unprecedented U.S. presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.

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Jon Bon Jovi On Historic Day

Only On The Web: Jon Bon Jovi spoke with Katie Couric about his day in Washington from the energy of the crowd to the moment when President Obama was sworn in.

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Kids Sound Off On Obama

Only On The Web: At the 2009 Presidential Inauguration, kids had lots to say about the new president.

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Obama's Circle Of Friends

From Barry to President Obama; Erin Moriarity speaks with Marty Nesbitt, one of President Obama's closest friends about this historic moment and the importance of friendship.

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Life In The U.S. Marine Band

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Col. Michael Colburn, Director of "The President's Own" United States Marine Band about President Obama's Inauguration.

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D.C. Jams for Obama

Only On The Web: From street musicians to the Boys Choir of Kenya, musicians came out to rock the presidential inauguration.

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In Full- Couric And Obama

In Full: As he prepares to take office, President-elect Barack Obama speaks candidly with Katie Couric about the changes in store for him and his family as they prepare to enter the White House.

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A Mound With A View

By building mounds of dirt to stand on, spectators gained height and a better view of Barack Obama's Inauguration. Pure Digital's Joe Ross shot the mounds with a Flip Mino camera.

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Joyous crowds celebrate dawning of Obama era

With tears and cheers and hope for a better future, more than two million people filled the streets of Washington Tuesday in a joyous celebration of the inauguration of Barack Obama as the first African-American president of the United States.

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Germany's favourite fastfood hits landmark

The currywurst, that inimitable combination of frankfurter, tomato and curry sauces, is turning 60. The Berlin delicacy is still going strong, in spite of the advance of the hamburger and kebab.

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Troubled French swimmer Manaudou takes time out

Fallen French swim star Laure Manaudou has pulled the plug on her 2009 season saying she has lost the will to compete at the highest level.

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Dissident writer claims to reveal the true story of Ho Chi Minh

A dissident Vietnamese writer claims to reveal controversial hidden details about the life of national hero Ho Chi Minh.

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Roughing It For Obama

Braving the cold, as many as 1,000 campers roughed it at one D.C.-area campsite for the Obama inauguration, reports CBS Mobile's Cali Carlin.

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Obama's 'To Do' List

Beginning a long day, the White House ordered a review of pending regulations and halted trials at Guantanamo Bay, reports Bill Plante.

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All Eyes On U.S.

Countries around the world eagerly watched as Barack Obama was sworn in the 44th U.S. President. As Sheila McVicar reports, expectations are high.

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First Lady Fashionista

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Designer Isabel Toledo about First Lady Michelle Obama's dress and coat for Inaugural ceremonies.

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A Change In Washington, D.C.

David Mark, Sr. Political Editor for Politico, discusses the changes in Washington, D.C., after the inauguration of President Barack Obama.

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Jordin Sparks' Magic Moment

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with pop singer and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks about her performance at an inauguration ball hosted by President Barack Obama.

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A Look At The Inauguration

Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer looks back at President Obama's inauguration and discusses the overall mood of the day.

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Transition Over, Work Begins

As President Obama settles into the White House, he faces great challenges with the economy and two wars. Harry Smith spoke with Dee Dee Myers and former Bush Chief Of Staff Andy Card.

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President Obama- Day One

After partying until 1 a.m., the president went right to work early in the morning, reports Jeff Glor.

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