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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Anatomy of a Scene- 'The International'

Tom Tykwer, the director of "The International," discusses the Guggenheim Museum shootout scene from the film.

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Whistling Down the Wind, On a Frozen Bay

A cold snap provided the perfect conditions to sharpen the blades and hoist the sails. Take a ride with Long Island iceboaters.

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Pakistan Arrests Mumbai Attackers

Pakistan admitted Thursday that the plan for the Mumbai attacks last year was hatched in Pakistan and that six suspects are now in custody.

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Judd Gregg Withdraws as Commerce Secretary

Sen. Judd Gregg announces that he is withdrawing his nomination for President Obama's commerce secretary.

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Alexander Wang

A conversation with fashion designer, Alexander Wang, about how fashion is changing and the pressures now facing his industry.

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Video Trail Mix- In Georgetown, Tax Cut Won't Go Very Far

The payroll tax cut portion of President Obama's stimulus package will give each American worker about $13 a week. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford finds that in one of the nation's glitziest neighborhoods, that won't buy much.

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$100 Bills As Toilet Tissue?

Efforts to avoid a deflationary depression will probably produce the opposite -- a nasty bout of inflation, says John Williams of Shadow Government Statistics, who advises hoarding gold and even Scotch to barter. Alistair Barr reports. (Feb. 12)

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Falling Milk Prices Kill Cows

The price of milk at wholesale fell significantly in January, leading some dairy farmers to make tough cost-cutting decisions -- like thinning the herds. Stacey Delo reports. (Feb. 12)

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Chatting with Clive Owen of 'The International'

WSJ's Michelle Kung speaks with actor Clive Owen and director Tom Tykwer about the upcoming thriller, "The International." Of particular interest is a scene at New York City's Guggenheim Museum.

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Scene from 'Confessions of a Shopaholic'

Watch a scene from the film "Confessions of a Shopaholic," starring Isla Fisher and John Lithgow.

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Wall Street Ready for Rebound

Wall Street analysts haven't gotten bearish enough about corporate earnings, with three-quarters of companies in the S&P 500 having reported fourth-quarter financial results, the news isn't good. Barron's Johanna Bennett reports.

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Scene from the 'Under the Sea'

Watch a scene from the new 3D IMAX film, "Under the Sea".

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Samsung Eternity- A Glove-Loving Phone

WSJ's Courtney Banks reviews the Samsung Eternity smartphone. With a touchscreen responsive to gloves, the Eternity should have an edge on its competition, but manages to offer little else for its price.

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Heard on the Street- Treasury's Stress Test

Heard on the Street columnist Peter Eavis explains to Simon Constable why the Treasury's new stress test will likely lead to even more banking write-downs. Plus why U.S. Bancorp and BB&T could feel more pain than the average.

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Willie Nelson Goes Full Circle with Western Swing

Willie Nelson is back on tour, promoting his new album, "Willie and the Wheel." But as he tells WSJ's John Jurgensen, his new album is a return to some of his earliest roots in music.

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Judd Gregg Withdraws as Commerce Secretary

Sen. Judd Gregg announces that he is withdrawing his nomination for President Obama's commerce secretary.

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Solar Panels for Ex-Cons

A training program in East Los Angeles is teaching ex-cons to install solar panels so they can improve their skill set and market themselves for the new green economy. WSJ's Russ Brit reports.

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Mossberg- Why the Vaio P Doesn't Deliver

Sony's "pocketable" laptop, the new Vaio P, may look good on the outside, but WSJ's Walt Mossberg warns us there's one big problem on the inside.

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Talking Travel with Globetrotter Rick Steves

Travel writer Rick Steves journeys to Iran to learn about it's people and culture. He brings these lessons home in his new televsion series and book. In this interview with Sarah Nassauer, Rick explains his philosophy of traveling as a political act.

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Chilly Prospects for Natural Gas

The natural-gas industry has been coping with frozen profits in this difficult economy. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi talks to Harold Korell, CEO of Southwestern Energy, and Jim Byrne, analyst at BMO Capital Markets. (Feb. 13)

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Nine-Year-Old is iPhone Whizz

A nine-year-old child, Lim Deng Wen, living in Singapore has created an iPhone application that has been downloaded to-date 150,000 times. Video courtesy of Reuters

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Paul Hodes- Tax and WASTE




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Hasbro Takes on the Toy Fair

The toy industry is gearing up for its biggest trade show of the year under the clouds of the economic recession. Hasbro Chief Executive Brian Goldner talks to MarketWatch's Andria Cheng about his view of the business. (Feb. 13)

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Look Out For The D-Word

Simon Constable and radio host John Batchelor talk about the word Depression. What does it mean, and why are politicians and policy makers reluctant to use it? (Feb. 12)

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Pakistan Has Mumbai Attackers in Custody

New details from the Mumbai attacks have emerged as the Pakistani government says for the first time that the attacks on Mumbai were launched and partly planned from Pakistan. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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The Future of the Green-Collar Workforce

One bright spot may be Vestas, the world's largest turbine company, which is looking to expand its offices and its U.S. presence. MarketWatch's Steve Gelsi speaks with Chief Executive Ditlev Engel. (Feb. 12)

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Forecasters- 2009 Economic Rebound Unlikely

WSJ.com Editor Phil Izzo speaks to reporter Kelly Evans about the latest economic survey forecast. Analysts believe a recovery is unlikely until after 2009.

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France's First Lady on a Mission to Combat AIDS

France's First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has joined in the fight against AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa by becoming ambassador of the Global Fund for AIDS. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Pakistan Quits Hemming and Hawing

WSJ's Nik Deogun discusses the significance of Pakistan's recent admission that last year's attack on Mumbai was largely planned on its soil and that it had arrested most of the key plotters. However, he tells colleague Adam Najberg there are still questions to be answered.

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks- Beverages

Shares of major beverage companies move in opposite directions, with Coke rising more than 5% on signs of global growth while Diageo loses ground after profit falls short of targets. Matt Andrejczak reports. (Feb. 12)

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Daily Baggage- Feb. 12

The Bagger discusses the red carpet at the Oscars and why it may be less crowded than in years past.

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Is Steel Sending A Message?

Simon Constable talks with radio host John Batchelor about whether steel prices and the state of the steel industry are sending a warning about the world economy. Are there parallels to what happened in the 1930s? (Feb. 12)

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What's Ahead at Mobile World Conference

Geoff Blaber of CCS Insight offers a look ahead at the cellular-phone industry's upcoming Mobile World Conference. Aude Lagorce reports. (Feb. 12)

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Retail Sales Offer Little Cheer

Joe Feldman of Telsey Advisory Group says the uptick in January retail sales is providing little cause for cheer in the face of rising unemployment and uncertainty over the economic stimulus package. Steve Gelsi reports. (Feb. 12)

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Israel Strikes Hamas Compound in Gaza

An Israeli air strike hits a Hamas compound in southern Gaza, damaging buildings but causing no casualties. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Korean Missile Row Intensifies

South Korea warns its neighbor in the north that launching missiles will invite international sanctions. There have been reports that North Korea has stepped up missile test preparations. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Stimulus Bill on Track for Signing

The House and Senate have reached an agreement -- in record time -- on a $789 billion stimulus plan, putting it on the fast track to President Barack Obama's desk. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Taliban Militants Kill 20 in Afghanistan Attack

Taliban fighters launched one their most violent attacks on Kabul, Afghanistan, killing 20 people in an assault on three buildings Wednesday. The attacks came a day before U.S. envoy Richard Holbrooke's arrival. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Politico Playback 2/12/09

Politico Playback 2/12/09

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Cairo waiters trained to appreciate wine they cannot drink

A company in Cairo has been training hotel staff in the finer points of wine appreciation -- though their religion means they can't drink it.

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Lincoln's Bicentennial

A new exhibit at Washington's National Portrait Gallery celebrates Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday. As Thalia Assuras reports, the exhibit shows an unexpected side of Lincoln.

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'Mad Dog' Blasts A-Rod

Radio host Chris "Mad Dog" Russo spoke with Harry Smith about fan outrage over baseball star Alex Rodriguez's admission to taking steroids.

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Cairo waiters trained to appreciate wine they cannot drink

A company in Cairo has been training hotel staff in the finer points of wine appreciation -- though their religion means they can't drink it.

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Obama Looks to Lincoln in Time of Crisis

With the nation in a financial crisis, President Obama is looking to the example set by Abraham Lincoln. The AP's Julie Pace looks at what links Obama and Lincoln. (Feb. 12)

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Caterpillar Makes Cuts in Illinois

Barack Obama continues his tour of the US, selling his economic stimulus plan. On Thursday he arrived in his home state of Illinois, where Caterpillar, the maker of construction equipment, is based. The giant manufacturer recently announced massive lay-offs.

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Don't throw out your blue suede shoes!

After big-spending boom times, Americans are learning to be frugal, spend only what they can afford, and the get the most out of the things they already have.

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Perfecting the 'passive' home

Environmentalists say "passive" houses are the most exciting development in ecological construction, bringing energy consumption for heating, ventilation and hot water close to zero. Most of the world's passive houses are located in Germany and Scandinavia, but the concept is spreading. We accompanied a Swedish couple about to move into their new "passive home".

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French car support in line with EU rules- PM

French Prime Minister Francois Fillon insists that France's six billion euro bailout of its struggling carmaking industry is in line with EU competition rules.

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Surgery After Gastric Bypass

Stacy Posner needed plastic surgery in addition to changing her diet and exercise habit after losing 150lbs through gastric bypass surgery. She and her doctors talk to Maggie Rodriguez.

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DIY Valentines' Spa Treats

Katie Lee Joel cooks up nature's remedies for use on the body and skin to make a Valentine's Day with the girls into a DIY spa treatment.

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Teen Rx Drug Addiction

Calif. Rep. Mary Bono Mack talks to Maggie Rodriguez about her son's plea for help with prescription drug addiction.

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Red Dress For Women's Health

Women's heart disease will be the focus of the annual Red Dress event at Fashion Week. "The Insider's" Samantha Harris explains to Julie Chen.

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Homophobia on the rise in Senegal

Gay people in Senegal are being forced even further underground as the number of homophobic incidents rises. In January, a court sentenced a group of men to eight years in prison for homosexuality, the toughest ruling ever in the country.

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Australian firefighter recounts koala rescue

A thirsty koala rescued from the Australian wildfires, nicknamed Sam, has become a YouTube star after being rescued by a firefighter battling the blazes. In an interview, Dave Tree describes stumbling across the marsupial and his amazement when she guzzled down water from a bottle.

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World's Fastest Amputee

April Holmes holds sprinting records and is one of the country's premiere athletes. She just so happens to be an amputee who lost her leg in a train accident. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Fly The Wi-Fi Skies

Sir Richard Branson spoke with Dave Price about new wi-fi technology that will be available on every Virgin America plane.

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Chavez makes bid for unlimited terms

On Sunday, Venezuelans go to the polls for a referendum that, if passed, would allow President Hugo Chavez to make unlimited bids for re-election.

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Show Us The Money

Contributor Vera Gibbons breaks down the distribution of the nearly $800 billion stimulus plan.

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Madoff's Wife Took Millions

Ruth Madoff withdrew millions before her husband turned himself in, suggesting she knew about Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme, reports Meg Oliver.

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Peanut Owner Goes Into Shell

Stewart Parnell, owner of the Peanut Corporation of America, takes the Fifth in front of Congress as another death is alleged from salmonella, reports Jeff Glor.

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Mile-High Weather Report

Advancements in Wi-Fi allowed Dave Price to broadcast from a Virgin Airlines plane 30,000 feet in the air. Towers on the ground beam a signal into the sky allowing for airplane Internet access.

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Family Pleas For Missing Girl

As Kelly Cobiella reports, police are searching for 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings, who they say was abducted from her home in Satsuma, Fla. Julie Chen spoke with Haleigh's family.

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Frank Talk On Bailout

CBS Exclusive: Congressman Barney Frank spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how the government will ensure that banks use new bailout money only where necessary.

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Stimulus Deal Reached

A deal has been reached, but most Republicans are voicing disapproval for the latest version of the Obama stimulus plan, reports Bill Plante.

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Bank CEOs Get Earful

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill conveyed the public's outrage at how much bank CEOs profited while the economy tanked, only to beg for taxpayer money later, reports Michelle Gielan.

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Chinese jobless migrant workers bring worries home

Newly unemployed, and just 19 years old, Zhan Ke is typical of a swelling mass of Chinese with no jobs and dim futures who pose an acute challenge for leaders in Beijing.

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Total makes biggest-ever profits in French history

Energy giant Total, France's biggest firm, announced the highest annual net profit in French history on Thursday, after making 13.9 billion euros (18 billion dollars) thanks to record oil prices. Images and soundbites of press conference announcing results.

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Polish speed freaks get thrills on ice

Ice sailing is an extreme sport practised on the northern lakes of Poland. Without the friction of water to slow them down, some of these "boats" can reach speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour.

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Israel lurches to the right

While Israeli parties hold fractious negotiations over who will lead the new government, allies of former premier Benjamin Netanyahu are already preparing for his return to power. The country's shift to the right pleases settlers and nationalists.

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France to maintain ban on Monsanto GMO maize- PM

French Prime Minister Francois Fillon said on Thursday France will keep a ban on genetically modified maize until the environmental risks are clarified. His comments came shortly after France's food watchdog said it had concluded that the GMO maize is safe. Images and soundbites.

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Obama pays tribute to Lincoln

Obama preaches unity at Lincoln event

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Kosovars flock to join new security force

A year on from its declaration of independence, Kosovo is building its first professional security force. But Belgrade have called it a renegade paramilitary unit.

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Paris Is For Book Lovers

David Turecamo takes a tour of the literary markets of Paris, France and their interesting clientele and vendors.

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Clive Owen's 'International'

British actor Clive Owen talks to Harry Smith about his latest thriller, "International".

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Loaded- On The Oregon Trail

Gmail wants everyone to know where you are, the Authors Guild is up in arms about Kindle's speech-to-text feature, and you can now travel the Oregon Trail on your iPhone.

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Happy 40th Jennifer Aniston

Actress Jennifer Aniston turns 40 as her career remains hot as ever, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Notebook- School Deficits

Schools across the nation have been forced to dramatically slash their budgets in the face of mounting debts. Katie Couric says that the education system must not be forgotten during a recession.

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Senate On Stimulus Compromise

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Sen. Olympia J. Snowe (R-Maine), discuss the tentative compromised reached over the latest proposed stimulus package.

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Pelosi On Going Forward

Preview: House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tells Katie Couric about the transitions over the last several years from a GOP-controlled Washington to the Democrat s new authority.

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'Most Miserable U.S. City'

Forbes Magazine has listed Stockton, California as the most miserable city to live in throughout the U.S. KPIX's Mike Sugerman reports on the local reaction of residents from this community.

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Guilt By Association

Many in the peanut butter industry are feeling the affects of the salmonella scare that's brought product sales down almost 25%. Mark Strassmann reports.

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New Tricks For An Old Dog

Over-the-hill and pulled out of retirement, Stump, a 10-year-old Sussex Spaniel, surprised many by taking Best in Show at the prestigious Westminster Dog Show. Katie Couric reports.

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Stimulus Compromise Reached

Negotiators announced that the House and Senate have reached a compromise on an economic stimulus package. As Chip Reid reports, both sides had to make concessions.

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Oklahoma's Deadly Tornadoes

The Sooner State was pounded by several deadly tornadoes that claimed 8 lives and destroyed up to 150 homes. Hari Sreenivasan has the latest.

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Congress Grills Bank CEOs

In their first testimony on bailout funds, top bank executives faced an angry Congress. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Pelosi On Stimulus Deal

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat down with Katie Couric to discuss the stimulus package negotiations between the House and Senate.

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Mixed feelings regarding investigating Bush administration

Americans are divided in their views of whether or how to investigate certain government actions taken by the Bush administration.

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Tainted Peanut Owner In Court

The owner of the peanut company behind the salmonella outbreak is accused of knowingly shipping tainted products to consumers. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Exploding Violence In Mexico

Mexican authorities are hunting members of a drug gang who may have escaped a deadly shootout. Warring cartels are fighting to takeover the $14 billion a year drug industry. Bill Whitaker reports.

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