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Sunday, January 25, 2009

MSNBC First 100 Days Edition

Join John Harwood and team for The New York Times and MSNBC's Transition Edition.

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The Battle for the Arctic

Scientists from the U.S., Canada and Russia race to map the Arctic Ocean under the looming deadline of a UN treaty. Adapted from a one hour documentary on CBC-TV.

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2009 Upswing? More Like 2008 All Over Again.

WSJ's Kelly Evans and Phil Izzo look at the economic outlook for 2009, the role of the stimulus package, and how this year looks strikingly similar to last year.

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Fighting The Taliban, Losing The War

Afghan officials say that when U.S. forces raid villages in their hunt for Taliban fighters, they end up killing civilians and ultimately undermine their cause.

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Skateistan

Decades of war have left Afghan youth with very limited options for sports and recreation. An Australian man is trying to change that by starting a skateboarding school for children.

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Fiat's Ad Features Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi

Fiat's new European ad campaign for the Lancia Delta features an unusual star: Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, the pro-democracy campaigner under house arrest in Myanmar.

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Motley Fool's New Fund

After years of railing against actively managed funds, the Motley Fool is opening one of its own. But MarketWatch's Chuck Jaffe says the offering doesn't appear to meet some of the firm's own criteria for top funds.

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When to Buy Big Oil?

Barron's takes a look at the large integrated oil companies that refine oil as well as explore for it and produce it. Dimitra DeFotis comments.

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Boehner- Little GOP Support for Stimulus Package

House Republican leader John Boehner says there won't be much, if any, support from Republicans, without significant changes to the $825 billion economic recovery package being pushed by President Barack Obama. (Jan. 25)

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Economist- Not Easy to Ditch Budget 'earmarks'

President Barack Obama's ban on earmarks in the $825 billion economic stimulus bill doesn't mean interest groups, lobbyists and lawmakers won't be able to funnel money to pet projects. (Jan. 25)

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Heroic Save At Gaza City U.N.

Karen AbuZayd from the U.N. in Gaza City where Israel had fired rockets explains how two brave staffers prevented fuel tanks from exploding where experts claim white phosphorous was found smoldering.

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Leading By Example

Bob Schieffer comments on President Obama's vow that torture will no longer be part of national policy.

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Under The Radar, 01.24.09

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill get their very own "Obamafied" poster, as they go under the radar and examine some of this week?s weirdest headlines.

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Neil Sedaka Sings For Kids

A legend in the music industry for the last several decades, Neil Sedaka performs an all-new children?s version of one of his classic hit songs from the 1960s.

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Rapid Aging Of U.S. Presidents

Chris Wragge speaks with Realage.com founder Dr. Michael Roizan about various U.S. presidents, ranging from Lincoln to George W. Bush, and how they aged throughout the course of their administrations.

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India prepares to mark Republic Day

India is gearing up to mark Republic Day on Monday, the 59th anniversary of its creation as a republic. Coming less than two months after the Mumbai attacks that left 174 dead, the annual military parade will be fortified with security, and heavy with symbolism, as Indians strike a pose of strength.

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Spain struggles with staggering unemployment

Spain is the champion of Europe when it comes to unemployment. And the numbers are growing -- with one million more off the payrolls in a year. That makes three million jobseekers in a country of 46 million people. In the capital of Madrid, like in many major Spanish cities, the national employment agency centres are under assault.

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Winter Feast On A Shoestring

Michael Kramer, executive chef at Dallas' new hot spot restaurant Voice, creates irresistible "Chef On A Shoestring" recipes, including a portobello mushroom salad and roast chicken with basil pesto.

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Doorman To The Stars

Aretha Franklin and Arianna Huffington are just a few of the notable names encountered by New York Times columnist Harry Hurt, who masqueraded as a hotel doorman during the presidential inauguration.

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Framing Presidencies

Randall Pinkston profiles the career of legendary photographer Harry Benson, who has captured intimate and surprising moments with many U.S. presidents such as L.B.J., Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.

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Flight 1549 Pilot Homecoming

In his first appearance since his heroic landing of a jet into the Hudson River, Capt. Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger was met with a heroic welcome home. John Blackstone reports from Danville, Calif.

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Jobless Claims Squeeze States

Many of millions Americans are collecting unemployment benefits as jobs continue to disappear throughout the economy. And, as Michelle Miller reports, state budgets are suffering as a result.

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The Heart Of The Game

Erica Hill speaks with Coach Andrew Lott and his girls basketball team from the Dallas Academy, a school for children with learning disabilities, about their tenacity despite a 100-0 losing streak.

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U.S. Aims For Gaza Peace

President Obama has sent special peace envoys to the Middle East in order to address the ongoing series of tensions between Hamas and Israel. CBS News? Allen Pizzey reports from inside the Gaza Strip.

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Gun Sales Shoot Up

With fears over a declining economy and potential legislation from the Obama Administration, new data indicates that the number of gun sales has increased recently in the U.S. Jeff Glor reports.

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Guantanamo Detainees In Limbo

As Pres. Obama has ordered the shutdown of the prison at Guantanamo, Pentagon officials are trying to figure out where to place the remaining prisoners at this detention center. Priya David reports.

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Obama Tackles Economic Crisis

White House aides say that the newly-elected President Obama will work diligently in order to address the current economic downturn facing the nation. Kimberly Dozier reports from Capitol Hill.

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