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Thursday, January 29, 2009

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Campaign Edition

The latest campaign news, including interviews with Times reporters, economic advisers to the candidates, Paul Krugman and Ralph Nader.

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Campaign Edition

The latest campaign news, including interviews with Times reporters.

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Obama Nominates 3 to His Economic Team

President-elect Barack Obama held a news conference in Chicago on Thursday to nominate three new members of his economic team: Mary L. Schapiro, Gary Gensler and Daniel K. Tarullo. (Video: MSNBC)

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Obama Addresses Governors

President-elect Barack Obama addresses the National Governors Association annual meeting at Congress Hall in Philadelphia. (MSNBC Video)

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Obama Completes His Cabinet

Barack Obama announced Representative Hilda Solis, a California Democrat, as Secretary of Labor and Representative Ray LaHood, an Illinois Republican, as Secretary of Transportation.

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MSNBC Transition Edition

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

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What Are You Having? (And Hold Still)

John Varriano, a bartender at the Four Seasons restaurant in Manhattan, is also an accomplished artist who turns his bar customers into his portrait subjects.

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Turkish PM Walks Out on Davos Debate

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan storms off stage at Davos after Israeli President Shimon Peres speaks about the situation in Gaza on Jan. 29, 2009.

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Is Gold Pausing?

Natalie Dempster, head of investments for the World Gold Council, weighs in on what's impacting the price of gold and says demand has held up much better than many had expected. Stacey Delo reports.

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Walt Gives His Take on New iLife '09

Walt Mossberg shares his review of Apple's newest version of the iLife multimedia suite which includes software programs iPhoto, GarageBand and iMovie.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- Obama's Franken-stimulus Package

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says President Obama's stimulus is being characterized by critics as a monster.

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Math Professor Figures Formula for Beatles Success

Jason Brown listens to the Beatles with a uniquely analytical ear. The mathematics professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, says he's figured out the math behind the best of the Fab Four. Now, using "mathematical tricks" he's picked up from the band, he's written a very Beatles-esque song of his own. WSJ's Christina Jeng reports.

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Math Professor Jason Brown's 'A Million Whys'

Listen to Jason Brown's "A Million Whys." The mathematics professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, used "mathematical tricks" he learned from analyzing songs by The Beatles and wrote a very Beatles-esque song of his own. WSJ's Christina Jeng reports.

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Valerie Jarrett Speaks on U.S. Agenda at Davos

Watch excerpts of a speech given by Valerie Jarrett, advisor to Pres. Barack Obama, on the new U.S. agenda at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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Blagojevich Thrown Out of Office

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has been convicted at his impeachment trial and thrown out of office. The next step is a federal trial in Springfield. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Lack of Bipartisan Support Comes Into Focus

WSJ's Jerry Seib looks at the the House stimulus package and how a lack of Republican support may impact the plan.

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Springsteen Talks Halftime

Bruce "The Boss" Springsteen discusses his halftime performance at the upcoming Super Bowl game. Video Courtesy of Fox Sports News.

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Hyundai Motor Co. -- 'Contract'

Watch Hyundai Motor Co's "Contract" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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General Electric Co. -- 'Scarecrow'

Watch General Electric's "Scarecrow" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Taco Bell -- 'Overrated'

Watch Taco Bell's "Overrated" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Pepsi Max -- 'I'm Good'

Watch Pepsi Max's "I'm Good" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Hyundai Motor Co. -- 'Angry Bosses'

Watch Hyundai Motor Co.'s "Angry Bosses" ad for Super Bowl XLIII.

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The US & China- The Human Rights Issue

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/01/china_human_rights.html The relationship between the United States and China may well be the most important bilateral relationship in the world. In recognition of that fact, the Center for American Progress is releasing a new report entitled, "Strategic Persistence: How the United States Can Help Improve Human Rights in China." The report provides both fundamental principles that should guide U.S. policymakers in their efforts to effect positive change in China's human rights practices and concrete recommendations to advance those efforts. China remains responsible for profound violations of its people's civil and political rights. In its foreign policy, China has often backed repressive regimes around the world and watered down international sanctions against these regimes. None of this is in the United States' best interests. Given the high degree of economic interdependence between the United States and China, as well as China's growing military reach, American interests are best served by a stable China with a robust commitment to the rule of law?onditions that are undermined by a failure to respect human rights. U.S. approaches to human rights in China have ranged from confrontation to passivity and have rarely reflected a coordinated strategy across government entities. The key to U.S. efforts to promote human rights in China is to take a coherent, pragmatic, non-ideological approach that goes beyond easy rhetoric, takes advantage of strategic openings, and recognizes the value of persistence. Ultimately, China must be persuaded that greater democracy and human rights are in its own best interests and are integral to its becoming the highly respected global leader it aspires to be. Distinguished Speakers: Harry Harding, Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University Louisa Coan Greve, Program Director for East Asia at the National Endowment for Democracy Presenting the Report a

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Inside Davos with YouTube Citizen Blogger

Andy Jordan looks at how World Economic Forum organizers have given a tip of the cap to openness at the elite gathering by letting in a YouTube citizen blogger.

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Test Driving a Wi-Fi Phone

Looking to avoid high cell phone costs? You may want to go Wi-Fi. WSJ's Christopher Lawton looks at Wi-Fi phones as one way to cut back on pricey cell phone bills.

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Players Prove Dance Isn't Just for the End Zone

They can play football...but can they dance? NFL players Matt Light and Justin Tuck tell us what it takes to star in a Super Bowl commercial. One provision: tutu required.

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Working with China on Human Rights

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/01/china_human_rights.html Why are China's human rights policies important to the United States? What has the United States done so far to promote human rights in China? And how Can the United States better promote human rights in the country? Bill Schulz of the Center for American Progress addresses these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Five New Drugs Vying for FDA Approval

Despite a rough regulatory environment and some big setbacks in 2008, big drug makers can generate some big break throughs in the coming year. Five drugs are up for approval at the FDA. Barron's Johanna Bennett comments.

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Apple's 1984 Macintosh Ad

See Apple's ad touting the launch of its first Macintosh computer on Jan. 24, 1984.

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Hundreds Stranded on Ferry

A lorry broke free and smashed through the ferry's rear door en route from Northern Ireland to Scotland, trapping more than 150 people on board. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Somali Pirate Suspects on Film

The French navy has handed over the nine suspected pirates to the authorities after making the arrests in the Gulf of Aden. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Davos 2009- Joaqu?Almunia

Joaqu?Almunia, Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs at the European Commission in Brussels, talks about economic affairs in Europe.

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Davos- A Somber Mood, A Search for Answers

WSJ Deputy Managing Editor Alan Murray describes the mood at the 2009 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Unlike in years past, where people came to impart knowledge, this year everyone is searching for answers.

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Movie Clip from 'The Class'

Watch a scene from 'The Class', the Oscar-nominated foreign language film by Laurent Cantet. Video courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.

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Blagojevich Defends His Position at Hearing

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich speaks at his impeachment proceedings, denying any wrongdoing, and claiming insufficient evidence of committing a criminal act. Video courtesy of Fox News

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Enjoying Dumplings at New Year

For Amy Ma, the Lunar New Year rings in many warm, family traditions, including dumpling-making.

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Explore the City of Macau

A Portugese colony until late 1999, China's gambling mecca of Macau remains as vibrant as ever. WSJ's Deborah Kan reports.

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Obama Transition- CAP's John Podesta Talks with ThinkProgress.org

http://thinkprogress.org/2009/01/29/podesta-responds/#comments ThinkProgress.org provided readers an opportunity to ask John Podesta questions pertaining to his service on the Obama transition team. You responded with great enthusiasm, offering more than 100 comments and questions. John sat down with TP on January 28, 2009 for about 20 minutes. In that period of time, we were able to get to 8 of your questions. The first one I asked him was the top-rated question, as voted on by the ThinkProgress community. It was submitted by user curtisteff, and it read: ?hy is President Obama giving up so much to try to appease the conservatives??Podesta offered this response: I think that if you look at the [economic recovery] bill that's making its way through the House and then will be taken up by the Senate this week and voted on and put on the President's desk by President's Day, what you see in there is the thrust that he laid down early on ?really back in December and in January. I think he was willing to have a dialogue with Republicans. So far, that dialogue has been largely one in which it's good-natured but the Republicans don't seem to really want to come to the table and talk seriously about what needs to be done for the country. So be it ?that's their choice. But I think he did want to change the tone in Washington. He wanted to talk to people across the political spectrum. He wanted to open up the government to people from all perspectives around the country. That's what WhiteHouse.gov is about. That's what the transition ?change.gov ?was about, to try to solicit ideas from across the political spectrum to meet the big challenges. But I would not confuse that with an idea that he's compromising on his big goals of trying to deal with the very difficult economic circumstances we face and deal with the big challenges this country faces on energy, education, health care, and the other things. The next seven other questions I asked John were (in this order): ?oe

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Consumers Hoarding Cash

It's both socially and financially acceptable to hold onto cash. Author and commentator John Batchelor discusses with Simon Constable the pros and cons of consumers stopping non-discretionary spending. (Jan. 29)

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Playing the Government Debt Market

With $2.5 trillion flooding debt markets, the government is shaking up mortgage-backed securities, agency bonds and other notes. MarketWatch's Laura Mandaro talks with Jay Mueller of Wells Fargo Advantage Funds on investor strategies. (Jan. 27)

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The Economic State of Play in Washington

The economic crisis has Washington trying to act, but questions surrounding the actions taken so far are complicating an already intricate process.

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Heard on the Street- Diesel Key to Oil Market Recovery

Heard on the Street's Liam Denning explains to Simon Constable why the use of diesel fuel will be critical to any sustained uptrend in crude prices. Plus why diesel refineries might be a great investment longer term.

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Davos 2009- Blaming Washington

The World Economic Forum in Davos was full of verbal tongue-lashings for the U.S. from countries such as Russia and China. The world is calling for the U.S. to get its act together. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Jobless Claims at Record High

The number of Americans relying on unemployment benefits - nearly 4.8 million people as of mid-January - is at a record high. The WSJ's Kelly Evans asks Michelle Girard, senior economist at RBS Greenwich Capital, what this means for the economy in 2009.

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Israel Strikes Gaza

At least 13 Palestinians are injured after Israel launched an air strike towards Khan Younis. Israel says they were targeting Mahmoud Uda Hamdan, a former Hamas member. They also targeted a weapons factory in southern Gaza, saying they were responding to rocket fire. Palestinians say their target was a metal workshop. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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French Workers Join Nationwide Strike

Hundreds of thousands of workers join a day of protest to demand greater protection for jobs and wages in the face of the economic crisis. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Bipartisan Support for Stimulus Absent from House Vote

President Obama's stimulus package passed the House, but not with the bipartisan support the administration was hoping for. Fox's Doug Luzader reports. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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'The Uninvited'

See a clip from the film "The Uninvited." Video courtesy of Dream Works Pictures.

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Steelers' Roethlisberger Calm, Ready For Super Bowl XLIII

Though expecting some sweaty palms from the Tampa heat, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says he's calm, prepared and ready to throw to his favorite receiver, Hines Ward, come Super Bowl Sunday.

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Mid East Envoy Mitchell Arrives in Israel

America's newly appointed Middle East envoy, former U.S. Senator George Mitchell, meets with Israeli leaders as part of an effort by the Obama administration to revive the peace process. He plans to travel to the West Bank to meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, but he will not meet Hamas officials. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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A House Divided- Republicans, Dems Clash on Stimulus

WSJ's Greg Hitt explains why there's a great divide between House Democrats and Republicans over the government's economic stimulus package.

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Iraqi Women Vie for Votes and Power

Thousands of women are running for council seats in the provincial elections. But even if they win, they face numerous hurdles, particularly the entrenched attitudes of most Iraqi men.

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David Pogue- Netflix Everywhere

David Pogue's babysitter shows David the many ways you can stream Netflix's on-demand videos from a computer onto a television.

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Union leaders speak out over French strikes

The heads of France's biggest trade unions led supporters through the streets of Paris on Thursday, as the city dealt with major strike action.

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Obama at the Pentagon- "Difficult decisions"

Obama at the Pentagon: "Difficult decisions"

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Octuplets Born In Calif.

The rare delivery of octuplets to a California couple took only five minutes, doctors tell Julie Chen.

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Blagojevich Gets 'F' At Home

Impeachment proceedings for Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich continue without the embattled Gov. As Cynthia Bowers reports, Blagojevich continues to plead his case in the media.

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Notebook- Octuplets

Eight babies were born to a mother in California and, although their prognosis is good, they are very fragile. Multiple births are often risky, reports Katie Couric, but new research may help.

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When Babies Make 10

Kelly and Bill Phillips, the parents of quintuplets offer advice to the parents of octuplets just born in California.

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Fertility Made Easier For Some

In vitro maturation is a new procedure safer for women than IVF, reports Sheila MacVicar. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to a doctor and the first woman in the U.S. to be impregnated by IVM.

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Obama's Economic Address

President Barack Obama addressed the nation's economic struggle from the White House Wednesday.

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Appreciating Your Mate

Author Dr. Noelle C. Nelson spoke about appreciating your partner and romancing relationship differences.

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Domestic Abuse In The Military

Survivor Jessacia Patton talks with Katie Couric about what she believes to be the military's greatest flaw in dealing with domestic violence.

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Special Elections In Iraq

In a test of its potential for democracy, special elections were held in Iraq for prisoners and police officers who casted their ballots for over 400 council seats throughout the region.

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Zimbabwe Opposition Speaks Out

CBS News RAW: Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of Zimbabwe s opposition party Movement for Democratic Change, returned to Harare and discussed rumors of possible unity with current Pres. Robert Mugabe.

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Notebook- A Dangerous Divide

Pope Benedict XVI lifts the excommunication of 4 bishops but, as Katie Couric reports, among them is a bishop with a very controversial past.

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Iranians Protest E.U.

Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of Tehran in opposition to a recent European Union ruling to remove the controversial Mujahedeen-e-Khalq Organisation (MKO) from its terror list.

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See The World In Black And Gold

For Steve Perchinsky the only way to fully enjoy a Pittsburgh Steelers game was to build his own clubhouse. Perchinsky renovated an old farmhouse into his very own Steelers Shangri-La, just in time for Super Bowl XLIII.

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Heat Wave Sizzles Australia

Temperatures have reached near record-breaking levels in the South-Eastern portion of Australia, as some thermometers have recorded temperatures as high as 115 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Electric Car Show Hits Japan

CBS News RAW: Motorists and industry insiders from all over the world flocked to Tokyo in order to see the latest electric car models currently on display at an auto exhibition.

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Coulter Slams Stimulus Plan

As Harry Smith reports, Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh stated publically he would like to see President Obama fail. Ann Coulter discusses the comment and Obama's economic stimulus plan.

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Growing Salmonella Scare

Harry Smith spoke to the Meunier family whose son was stricken with Salmonella poisoning after eating a product with contaminated peanut butter.

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No Mail On 'Light' Days?

The U.S. Postal Service asks Congress for the option to cut delivery by one day each week in order to save money, reports Meg Oliver.

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Uplifting lingerie

Whether it be worldwide obesity, seniors craving to be juniors, or the return of form-fitting frocks, nip-and-tuck lingerie is on the up and up, fixing insides to look good outside. "Shapewear" features large in the world of lingerie, and there's something for everyone.

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Pelosi On Stimulus Bill

Bill Plante reports on Obama's reaction to the House passage of his stimulus plan and Nancy Pelosi tells Maggie Rodriguez "GOP had their chance," but supports bipartisan efforts on the economy.

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France faces 'Black Thursday'

Commuters faced transport chaos in Paris on Thursday morning with rail and metro services pared down to the minimum, as France headed into a "Black Thursday" of mass strikes.

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Norwegian clinches 'world's top chef' prize

A 28-year-old Norwegian chef captured the celebrated Bocuse d'Or cooking award, a biannual global contest in the French city of Lyon that has been dubbed the Olympic gold medal of cooking.

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Glam frock- Valentino unveils new collection

The catwalks in Paris were all about glam and luxury, as the house of Valentino show became the finale for the spring-summer collections.

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Norwegian chef captures top prize in French cook-off

A 28-year-old Norwegian chef captured the celebrated Bocuse d'Or cooking award, a biannual global contest held in France that has been dubbed the Olympic gold medal of cooking.

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Thai rubber farmers hit by slump in commodity prices

Puapan Roong Raeng rises just after midnight to tap the trunks of the 1,000 rubber trees in southern Thailand. But slumping commodities prices have cut the family income to six dollars a day.

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Egyptian woman's blog becomes print bestseller

An Egyptian blogger has become a surprise literary hit, after a collection of her online posts was released by a major publishing house.

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Mexico's Corruption

Only On The Web: Brian Michael Jenkins with the Rand Corporation speaks with Bill Whitaker about corruption in Mexico.

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Abused Military Wife Speaks Out

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with dometic violence victim Jessacia Patton about the abuse she faced when her soldier husband returned from Iraq.

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Surviving Flight 1549

Everyone knows the story: a U.S. Airways jetliner crashed into New York's Hudson River and all the passengers and crew were rescued. But, as Steve Hartman reports, there's a lot more to it than that.

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Deadly Storm In Wash.

Washington is recovering from a storm that left a deadly mix of snow and ice. Over 20 people have died and more than a million households and businesses are without power. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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Snowstorm Moves To Northeast

The storm system has moved onto the northeast, where heavy snowfall is expected in parts of New England. Dave Price reports from Concord, New Hampshire.

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Thank You For Not Smoking

In Belmont, Calif. it is now illegal to smoke in your own home and, as John Blackstone reports, the new law has angered one woman who's now on a mission.

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A Different Kind Of Leader

For Japan Airlines' CEO Haruka Nishimatsu proves that it's not about the millions you make, but making your employees feel like part of the team. Barry Petersen reports.

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Tracking The Bailout Billions

Treasury Secretary Geithner has promised to disclose exactly how government bailout money is being spent. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, that's a big change since the first rescue funds were issued.

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Factory Towns, Ghost Towns

For more than 20 years, America's rust belt has grown painfully used to job cuts. These days, as Cynthia Bowers reports, factory towns are just trying to hold on to what's left.

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Corruption In Afghanistan

Most Afghan families survive on $350 dollars a year and surveys show almost one third of their income is spent on paying bribes. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the rampant corruption in Afghanistan.

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House Passes Another Bailout

Despite protests from Republican members of Congress, the House of Representatives has passed President Obama's massive financial bailout package. Chip Reid Reports.

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U.S. Banks On Lending Freeze

Even wealthy investors are facing difficulty when trying to obtain a loan from bank, although many financial institutions have received billions of dollars from Congress. Anthony Mason reports.

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Gang Slayings Soar In Mexico

Warning: Graphic Content. Mexicans have seen almost 5,400 gang slayings this year, 1,200 more than all the U.S. military casualties in 5 years of war in Iraq. Bill Whitaker reports.

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The Army And Domestic Abuse

Critics say the military needs to do more about domestic violence against women. A CBS News investigation found more than 25,000 women have been victimized over the past decade. Katie Couric reports.

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Octuplets Have 6 Siblings

Octuplets recently born in California will go home to six other siblings and two grandparents in a neighborhood of two and three bedroom homes, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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The Rules Of Love

Cosmopolitan's Nicole Beland and author Matt Titus debate over the rules of love and whether love conquers all.

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Snuggie Sensation

Julie Chen and Maggie Rodriguez extol the virtues of the "Snuggie," a late-night-infomercial item that has become a popular gift.

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Ledbetter Bill Signig

President Obama signs the Lily Ledbetter Bill.

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Obama Signs First Bill

President Obama signed his first bill as president today. The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act focuses on pay equity for women.

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Super Bowl Party Favorites

Chef David Walzog cooks up some great game day dishes like sliders and bacon and cheese potato skins.

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Nutrition For Every Age Group

There are certain foods that provide necessary nutrition for every age group. Dietician Keri Glassman demonstrates great food choices for your age.

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Kyra Sedgwick 'The Closer'

The fourth season of the popular cable TV series "The Closer" begins and actress Kyra Sedgwick talks to Harry Smith about what audiences may expect.

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Make Designer Coffee At Home

David Gregg from Behindthebuy.com demonstrates to Harry Smith a variety of home baristas so that designer coffee experience doesn't have to burn a hole in your pocket.

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Who watches the children while French teachers strike?

More than a million people in France are on strike, including nearly half of the country's primary school teachers. A new law requires those schools to keep their doors open anyway, at least as a day-care centre... but most struggle to do so.

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High Hopes at World Social Forum

The World Social Forum - the annual gathering of unions, environmentalists and anti-globalizationists - is underway in Brazil. At the top of the agenda is the economic crisis - and what newly seated US President Barack Obama might do about it.

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Coordinated strike action paralyses France

More than a million workers in France downed tools on Thursday as coordinated strike action hit public services across the country.

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Yves Saint Laurent's art collection on show

A collection of works by artists such as Matisse, Picasso and Mondrian go on show in London before a major sale by auction house Christie's in Paris next month. They're part of a vast collection amassed by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berg?ver a period of 50 years.

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US envoy calls for durable Middle East truce

US envoy George Mitchell met with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas on Thursday and called again for a durable truce in Gaza, even as a new spurt of violence threatens to shatter the ceasefire that ended Israel's offensive last week.

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Russian building boom on hold

Property in Moscow has been hard hit by the global economic downturn. Building projects have come to a grind and prices are on the slide -- a situation that is particularly hard to take after a decade of uninterrupted growth.

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Blago Makes His Case - Highlights

Gov. Rod Blagojevich makes the closing stateents in his defense to the Illinois Senate in his impeachment hearing.

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House Passes Obama's Economic Stimulus Bill

The Democratic-controlled House passed President Obama's $819 billion stimulus bill, with Republicans unanimously opposed. (Jan. 28)

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Obama Slams Wall Street for $18 Billion Bonuses

President Obama says it is 'outrageous' that Wall Street employees got more than $18 billion in bonuses last year. The bonuses came at the same time financial companies were accepted federal bailout money. (Jan. 29)

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Obama Signs Equal-pay Bill Into Law

President Barack Obama signed his first major piece of legislation, a bill that makes it easier for people to file pay discrimination claims. (Jan. 29)

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