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Saturday, January 24, 2009

The Education of Harunur Rashid

Harunur Rashid, 17, a Bangladeshi immigrant, is one of 87 students in the first class at English Language Learners and International Support Preparatory Academy.

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Plane's Engine Pulled From River

A week after US Airways flight 1549 ditched in the Hudson River, salvage crews recovered the missing engine which detached from the plane on impact. Video courtesy Reuters.

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A Conversation with Bill Gates

Columnist Nicholas Kristof talks with philanthropist Bill Gates about why aid to developing countries is more important during the economic downturn and vaccine breakthroughs on the horizon.

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The Week Ahead- In the Thick of Earnings Season

Dow Jones Newswires Simon Constable and Marketbeat Columnist David Gaffen discuss how companies like Caterpillar may be able to survive the rough economy due to the infrastructure rebuild under the Obama administration.

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Market Hinges on Public Policy

Scott Black, founder and president of Delphi Management, says that the only thing that can trigger a rebound in this economy is government spending, because consumers are tapped out. Barron's Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Epstein on the Continuing Housing Crisis

Barron's Economics Editor Gene Epstein speaks about the current dismal housing news and if the government should throw more money at the housing market.

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Waiting for the Economic Rain Delay to End

Oscar Schafer, managing partner of O.S.S. Capital Management, says the two major issues in the economy right now are the housing crisis and deleveraging in the U.S. and abroad. Barron's Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Intervention to Save Market Only Prolongs Agony

Mark Faber, managing director of Mark Faber LTD, speaks about the current state of the market and how the market can recover from this point on. Barron's Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Government Needs to Plug Economic Gaps

Mario Gabelli, chairman of Gamco Investors, says that the government needs to rekindle job growth, educate workers, help small businesses and more. Barron's Mike Santoli reports from the Barron's Roundtable.

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Real Help for Housing

Barron's Economics Editor Gene Epstein discusses several ways the federal government should consider to confront the country's foreclosure woes.

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NY Gov Picks Upstate NY Congresswoman to Senate

Gov. David Paterson has appointed Democratic U.S. Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand to fill New York's vacant Senate seat. The appointment requires no further confirmation. (Jan. 23)

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Gillibrand Fills Clinton Seat

Former Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was appointed by New York Governor David Paterson to fill Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's vacant senate seat.

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Chinese New Year's Meal

Chef Chris Cheung from China 1 prepares noodles with shrimp on "The Early Show" to help celebrate Chinese New Year.

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Unlikely Foods Worth Eating

Quinoa, beets, brussels sprouts and sardines are among top foods you should be eating, according to registered dietician Keri Glassman, who explains why to Harry Smith.

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Brendan Fraser's 'Inkheart'

Harry Smith talks to actor Brendan Fraser about his new film "Inkheart," a movie where books come to life, as well has Fraser's hobby as a photographer.

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Change and Challenge

Katie Couric anchors a special report with coverage of the ceremonies as well as key interviews and analysis from the CBS News inauguration team.

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Recessionista's Give Good Face

Kristin Perrotta from Allure magazine went to 99-cent stores in New York City to demonstrate to Maggie Rodriguez how anyone can get a great makeover on a budget.

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Attack At Belgium Daycare

Witnesses claim that a man entered a Belgium nursery and went on a deadly stabbing rampage. As Charlie D Agata reports, two babies and woman were killed while many others were injured.

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Notebook- Michelle O.'s Style

Michelle Obama has gained a great deal of media attention for her wardrobe. While this has generated more magazine sales, Katie Couric notes that the First Lady's style should not take the spotlight.

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Inauguration Sights And Sounds

CBS News takes a look back at the sights and sounds of President Barack Obama's historic inaugural celebration.

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Ledgers On Heath's Oscar Nom

CBS News RAW: Actor Heath Ledger's sisters, Ashleigh Bell And Kate Ledger, discuss the one year anniversary of their brother's death and his recent Oscar nomination for "The Dark Knight."

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New Stem Cell Breakthrough

A recent report may give hope for doctors and patients who wish to utilize stem cell research. As Teri Okita reports, embryonic stem cells may treat people safely and help lead to new cures.

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High winds lash southwestern France

A million homes were without power in southwest France early Saturday after high winds lashed the region, also forcing the closure of airports. The regional electricity grid operator ERDF said most of the households without electricity were in the Gironde, Landes and Pyrenees-Atlantiques regions.

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Making Do In The U.S.

Unemployment in the U.S. is above seven percent and growing. It's a painful reversal of fortune for white collar workers trading in careers for dim job prospects. Seth Doane reports.

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79-Year-Old Gets GED

If you have any doubt you can achieve anything you set your mind to, ask 79-year-old Randy Wilt about his latest achievement. Wilt passed the GED after 6 years of studying. Steve Hartman reports.

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Taliban Talks Tough On U.S.

CBS News traveled deep into Taliban territory in Afghanistan where militants are preparing for a new battle with U.S. forces. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Threat Of Credit Fraud Spikes

A major processor of credit card transactions just disclosed that its system was hacked. The threat of fraud could affect hundred of millions of cardholders. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Obama Pushes Stimulus Package

President Obama called on congressional leaders to pass his economic stimulus package. Obama especially wants Republicans on board but some have serious issues with the plan. Chip Reid reports.

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The Wildcard, 01.23.09

Only On The Web: CBSNews.com anchor Cali Carlin brings you an Obama themed wildcard including his best look-a-like yet.

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