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Saturday, January 31, 2009

Andy Rooney Was There Too

Few places are more lively and chaotic than Radio Row at the Super Bowl Media Center. With all the celebrities and athletes coming and going, you just never know who you'll bump into.

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Super Bowl Leather and Laces on the Red Carpet

Carmen Electra, Jenny McCarthy and a host of other stars talk to MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters about their picks for Super Bowl 2009.

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Iraq Vote Hailed a Success

Provincial polls have closed without a single major attack reported. Courtesy Reuters.

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Peace Hopes of New Somali President

Moderate Islamist leader Sheikh Sharif Ahmed wins the presidential election vowing to end the country's conflict. Some analysts say Ahmed's Islamist roots and acceptability to the West will give him a real chance to unite Somalis. Courtesy Reuters.

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Iraq Holds Elections

Prime Minister Maliki is predicting a 70% turnout in the elections, giving results a solid legitimacy. Courtesy Fox News.

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Week Ahead- Bad Bank Watch

WSJ's David Gaffen and colleague Simon constable wonder how awful the proposed bad bank will be. Plus comments on forthcoming employment data.

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What Does the Future Hold for REITs?

Martin Cohen, chief executive of Cohen & Steers Asset Management, explains what the future holds for REITs since prices are down by 60%. Is the worst over for prices? Barron's Neil MArtin reports.

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National- Braddock Rises From The Ashes

When steel collapsed, Braddock, near booming Pittsburgh, suffered a severe post-industrial decline that an energetic new mayor hopes to turn around with leadership and some innovative ideas.

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Pumping Up The Brain

Researchers are finding that exercise can not only keep you fit, but make you smarter. A school in Illinois has developed a program that gets students moving and learning. Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Obama On Shrinking Economy

CBS News RAW: President Obama called the U.S. recession a "continuing disaster for America's working families."

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Shark Spins Out Of Water

Caught On Tape: Surfers have captured close-range footage of a shark shooting out of the water and spinning. Spinner sharks are known for leaving the water as part of their feeding techniques.

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WH Staffer On Obama's Agenda

Bob Schieffer spoke to White House Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton about President Obama's first week in office and if the president will make a bet on the Super Bowl.

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Celebrating An Iconic Logo

To celebrate 30 years of Sunday Morning, world-renowned artist Red Grooms created his own interpretations of the broadcast's iconic sun.

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Washington Unplugged, 1.30.09

Bob Schieffer talks to GOP Sen. Richard Shelby about the economic stimulus plan. Deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton talks about the early days of the administration.

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Businesswomen Face Recession

Female entrepreneurs are becoming more and more creative due to the economic crisis, as Karen Brown reports. Many women business owners have been determined to remain successful.

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New Yorkers Blast Tax Hike

Although it may appear as a modest increase, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg s latest tax hike has upset many who must face the effects of the recession on a daily basis. WCBS Jay Dow reports.

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A Boy's Fight For A Hedgehog

The first time Judson King saw a hedgehog he thought it was "the cutest thing alive." But city law stopped him from having such an exotic pet -- until he took on the system. Steve Hartman reports.

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Madoff Family Secrets

Only On The Web: Palm Beach, Fla. attorney John Pankauski speaks out about the alleged corruption of notorious alleged Ponzi scheme financier Bernie Madoff and certain members of his family.

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GOP Targets Stimulus Bill

Despite President Obama's efforts to achieve bipartisan support for his stimulus plan, congressional Republicans have criticized the bill for "wasteful spending." Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Returning The Fire In Gaza

Career choices in Gaza tend to be influenced by family circumstances and for many revenge is a more likely path than education. Allen Pizzey reports.

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More Unemployment Expected

As the recession deepens, economists say that even more layoffs await American workers this year. As Anthony Mason reports, the White House is trying to act quickly to stop the financial slowdown.

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Double Trouble For Madoffs?

When Bernard Madoff was arrested last month and accused of a $50 billion scam, he insisted that his family members were in the dark. But as Armen Keteyian reports, that may not be the case.

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NYC Mayor Gives Grim Economic Update

The news is bad and getting worse, Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned in a sobering budget plan that seeks to steer the city through the storm by raising taxes and slashing expenses with an eye toward cutting city jobs down the road. (Jan. 30)

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Washington Week in Photos- Feeding the Beast

J. David Ake, the Washington Assistant Chief of Bureau, Photos, talks about some of the best images his staff captured in D.C. this past week. (Jan. 31)

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Barack Obama- The First 100 Days

The Associated Press is asking a variety of political experts to give their assessments on the first 100 days of the Obama administration. The Cato Institute's Michael Tanner weighs in. (Jan. 31)

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Iraqis vote in landmark election

Iraqis were voting in provincial elections on Saturday in a crucial test for a nation struggling to emerge from years of sectarian strife and to strengthen its fledgling democracy. Election results are expected to be known on Tuesday.

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Iraqis vote in landmark elections

Iraqis were voting in provincial elections on Saturday in a crucial test for a nation struggling to emerge from years of sectarian strife and to strengthen its fledgling democracy.

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Berlin's bear a golden story

The 59th Berlin Film Festival opens on Thursday in the German capital. Eighteen star-studded films are in the running for the top award, the Golden Bear. AFPTV takes a tour of the workshop where the statue is made.

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