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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Excerpt From '24'

Chloe is introduced to the FBI's computers -- and the FBI is introduced to Chloe -- in this scene from Monday's episode of "24."

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Week Ahead- Deflation on Deck

WSJ MarketBeat blogger David Gaffen tells Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable to expect deflation. Plus, the Treasury releases its international capital flows report.

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Love and Money

Four couples explore how their relationships have been affected by the economy.

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Abbott Labs- A Prescription for Success

Abbott Labs is the picture of health in an otherwise sickly drug industry.

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Companies Vulnerable to Goodwill Impairments

There will be a jump in corporate goodwill impairments in the next two months, which will hit earnings and, in many cases, stock prices as well.

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Obama- Stimulus Passage Is a 'Major Milestone'

President Barack Obama, savoring his first major victory in Congress, said Saturday that newly passed $787 billion economic stimulus legislation marks a "major milestone on our road to recovery." (Feb. 14)

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Raw Video- Senate Passes Stimulus Bill

In a major victory for President Barack Obama, Democrats muscled a huge, $787 billion stimulus bill through Congress late Friday night in hopes of combating the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. (Feb. 13)

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Prince Harry's Racist Remarks

Prince Harry has once again embarrassed the Royal family by making a racist comment to a black, British comedian. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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'Confessions Of A Shopaholic'

Actress Isla Fisher talks to Julie Chen about how she relates to her good-natured, but materialistic character. Fisher confesses that she's not much of a shopper herself.

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Ricks On "The Gamble"

Slate Magazine's John Dickerson talks with author Thomas Ricks about his new book on Iraq and America's military campaign.

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Aphrodisiacs For Your Lover

What types of food can help you spark the mood this Valentine's Day? Food and Wine's Gail Simmons gives her advice to Maggie Rodriguez and Julie Chen.

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Naomi Watts Gets Personal

The new film, "The International," a financial thriller, stars actress Naomi Watts. Watts talk with Harry Smith about the demands of building a family and a career.

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Washington Unplugged 02.13.09

Slate Magazine's John Dickerson spoke to White House Dep. Press Sec'y Bill Burton, gets an update on Flight 3407, and moderates a roundtable about Obama's ambitious efforts to reach across the aisle.

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Obama Overreaching To GOP?

Slate Magazine's John Dickerson moderates a roundtable with CBS News' Director of Political Coverage Steve Chaggaris and Politico.com's Eavon Javers about Obama's ambitious efforts to reach across the aisle.

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9/11 Widow Dies In Crash

Beverly Eckert, a 9/11 widow, was an advocate for those who lost loved ones in the terrorist attacks. Eckert died in the crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407. WCBS' Tony Aiello reports.

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W.W. II Immigration Museum

California's Angel Island, which was once used as a location for a detainee camp for Asian immigrants during World War II, has now been restored and will feature a museum. KPIX's Thuy Vu reports.

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Business Booming For Cosmetics

Almost every facet of the economy has been severely hampered by the recession. But, as Richard Schlesinger reports, business has been booming for many in the cosmetics industry.

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What Is A Hero?

In the media, words like "miracle" and "hero" can lose their impact. But, as Steve Hartman reports, true heroes do exist.

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Flight 3407 Aftermath

The wreckage of Continental Flight 3407 continues to burn in Clarence Center, N.Y., near Buffalo. CBS News? Jeff Glor reports directly from the scene of this crash site where 50 people have died.

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Ice Blamed For N.Y. Crash

Investigators are trying to determine if icy weather conditions caused a commuter plane to crash just 5 miles away from its intended destination of Buffalo, N.Y. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Army Recruiter Suicide Crisis

The incidences of suicides of U.S. Army recruiters has reached the highest level ever, forcing officials to mandate that soldiers take prevention training. Dean Martin reports from Columbia, S.C.

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Stimulus Bill Expected To Pass

President Obama continued to make one last pitch for his economic stimulus package, while Congress prepares to pass this legislation to try to help ease the recession. Chip Reid reports.

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Victims Of Flight 3407

Friends and family are gathering to remember those who died in a commuter plane crash in Clarence Center, N.Y. Michelle Miller reports on some of the passengers who were onboard the doomed flight.

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The Wildcard, 2.13.09

Catch a love-struck calf, illusionist's secret, and a $4.4 million dollar car in this week's 'Wildcard' with Cali Carlin.

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Shock Over Buffalo Plane Crash

Alan Burner, a representative from the First Baptist Church of Lutz, Fla., discusses Marvin Renslow, who died will piloting a Continental Connection flight which crashed near Buffalo, N.Y., killing 50.

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US envoy pursues key Afghan talks

US envoy Richard Holbrooke held key talks in Afghanistan on Saturday aimed at stepping up the fight against the escalating Taliban-led insurgency. Raw images.

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Mass rally in Lebanon to commemorate Hariri murder

Hundreds of thousands of people crowded central Beirut on Saturday to mark the fourth anniversary of ex-premier Rafiq Hariri's killing, in a rally seen as a political litmus test ahead of legislative polls. Waving Lebanese and party flags as well as photos of the slain leader, men, women and children gathered in a festive mood in Martyr's Square as convoys of cars and buses lined roads leading to the capital. Images and soundbites.

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Through with Cupid?

Romancing on Valentine's Day in Paris, the city of love? Non, merci! Singletons who have not been struck by Cupid's arrow have put forth an alternative: an anti-Valentine's party.

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