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Monday, February 16, 2009

Bloggingheads- Fake Work?

Dean Baker, left, of the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Megan McArdle of The Atlantic debate whether jobs created by the economic stimulus are just "make-work."

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After the Buyout

When Chrysler offered its nonunion salaried employees a buyout in early November, Steve Grames and Jim Badhorn were two of the 5,000 employees who took the offer. They now face an uncertain future.

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Running Deep, Not Silent- French, British Nuke Subs Collide

Nobody was hurt when British and French nuclear submarines collided in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean earlier this month, but some experts say the incident could have been a catastrophe.

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'Smart Intersections' Coming to a Street Near You

WSJ's Stacey Delo explores efforts to develop "smart intersections" which advocates hope can create a better informed driver and safer roads.

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Strange G7 Behavior Costs Japan Finance Minister His Job

Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa displayed slurred speech and a sleepy demeanor during a press conference in Rome Saturday. Whether he was drunk or sick, as he claimed, the behavior cost him his job.

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Venezuelans Celebrate Referendum Vote

Voters approved a measure to eliminate term limits, paving the way for President Hugo Chavez to run again for office.

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Why Elvis Costello should keep his new day job

Singer and song writer Elvis Costello should keep his new daytime job as a talk show host, Jon Friedman opines.

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Critics' Picks- 'The Deer Hunter'

A. O. Scott reviews "The Deer Hunter," Oscar-winner for best picture in 1979.

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Cantor on Mounting Deficit

Cantor on Mounting Deficit

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Clinton- "Those guys are on automatic..."

Clinton: "Those guys are on automatic..." Speaking to CNN about the lack of bipartisanship and Republican responses to Obama.

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Morning Show Roundup 2/16/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/16/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/16/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/16/09

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Politico Playback 2/16/09

Politico Playback 2/16/09

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Pres. Clinton- "Good Package"

Pres. Clinton: "Good Package"

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Taiwanese mobile maker HTC bets simpler phones will prove popular

HTC's John Wang demonstrates some of the latest features of his company's latest mobile phone.

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The 100 Most Respected Companies

Barron's presents its annual the World's Most Respected Companies. And Johnson & Johnson tops the survey for the second year in a row.

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New Beats For The Street

Outfitted with thousands of watts of audio, a stereobike crew called Future Shock is hitting the streets of Queens, New York. Their bass-infused bikes have hit a creative pulse in the art world. Cali Carlin reports.

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Romantic Valentine's Dinner

Husband and wife team Lachlan and Allison Patterson have formed a very delicious pairing, as they create a budget-friendly "Chef On A Shoestring" Valentine's Day dinner which no one can resist.

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Brett Dennen's 'Crazy' Jam

A few years ago, he was a camp counselor. Now, Brett Dennen has been met with critical acclaim and a nationwide tour. Dennen performs one of his newest songs, "Make You Crazy." Don't miss the encore!

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Gitmo Detainee In Limbo

Binyam Mohamed remains at Guantanamo Bay, despite having all charges against him dropped last October. As Sheila MacVicar reports, he claims he confessed to being a terrorist only after he was brutally abused and tortured.

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Rethink The Runway

As New York Fashion Week approaches, many designers are forced to rethink the way the market their clothing lines. Michelle Miller reports.

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Pres. Obama's Report Card

President Obama has accomplished much in his first few weeks in office, yet problems still plague the new administration. Chip Reid reports.

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Clinton Visits Asia

Hilary Clinton embarked on her first foreign trip as Secretary of State. As Barry Petersen reports, Clinton will be visiting Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, and China.

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Fixing Calif.'s Budget

With a $42 billion deficit and a budget plan 100 days overdue, California is hoping to get a sizeable slice of the $787 billion stimulus in order to keep the state afloat. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Coping In Clarence Ctr.

For the residents of Clarence Center, N.Y., Sunday was a day for mourning the victims of Flight 3407. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Burris Under Fire

Although denying any "inconsistency" in his testimony at the impeachment trial of ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich, there are growing calls for Sen. Roland Burris' resignation. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Flight 3407 Questions Raised

Investigators say Flight 3407 was flying on autopilot, despite the icy conditions. As Jeff Glor reports, that may be a violation of the airline's own policy.

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A Bipartisan Stimulus Bill?

President Obama's Press Secretary Robert Gibbs spoke with Bob Schieffer about the details of the stimulus package that was recently passed by the Senate and House.

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Face The Nation, 2.15.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with President Obama's Press Secretary Robert Gibbs about the stimulus; Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Richard Shelby discussed bailouts; and Schieffer finally changed the subject.

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Obama Cuts Plans for 'Car Czar'

President Obama has cut his plans to appoint a 'car czar' to oversee the recovery of the U.S. auto industry. The White House will instead establish a larger presidential task force. (Feb. 16)

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Barack Obama- The First 100 Days

The AP is asking a variety of political experts to discuss the issues facing Barack Obama in his first 100 days in office. John Glenn of the German Marshall Fund weighs in. (Feb. 16)

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Clinton in Asia for First Diplomatic Trip

Hillary Clinton is in Asia for her first trip abroad since becoming Secretary of State. Clinton will visit Japan, Indonesia, South Korea and China. (Feb. 16)

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Ill. Republican Calls for Burris to Resign

Just as Illinois was moving past the agony and embarrassment of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's ousting, Senator Roland Burris was hearing calls for his own resignation Sunday amid allegations he lied to legislators. (Feb. 16)

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Paris digs deep to harness earth's energy

Paris is digging deep -- nearly two kilometres deep -- to tap piping hot water that will provide ecologically clean heating for the city.

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Americans Opt for Ski "Staycations"

Winter sports are now beyond the means of many Americans. Reservations are down this year at many big resorts in the Rockies, like Apen or Vail. Smaller resorts along the East Coast, however, seem to be ejoying growing success. There may be less snow and fewer trails, but lift tickets are more affordable and you don't have to take the plane.

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60 Minutes, 02.15.09

Lesley Stahl examines the "Buy American" clause in the stimulus package; Scott Pelley probes World Savings and misleading mortgages; Steve Kroft reports on the growing insurgency in Pakistan; And, Andy Rooney takes on the headlines.

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Americans Ready to Give Up Some Postal Services

A majority of Americans (57%) say they would prefer to see the U.S. Postal Service cut back on services in the face of financial difficulties, rather than raise stamp prices or receive government funding.

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Bogota tries to control its traffic

Bogota is tackling its congestion problem head-on. In this traffic jam-plagued city, new restrictions are keeping drivers off the roads and getting public transportation moving.

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Burris talks to reporters

Burris: "Absolutely, positively not true."

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Love Life After Baby

Harry Smith spoke with sex therapist Ian Kerner about a couple's sex life after having children and tips for improving it.

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Singing Family Finalist

Dave Price went to Duluth, Ga. and surprised the Oswald brothers, the first finalist in "The Early Show's" Singing Family Face Off.

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Global Warming Heats Up

Using the Arctic as an early warning system, scientists are claiming the amount of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide is higher than predicted. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Lipo Lunch Break

A new liposuction procedure can be done during a lunch break with a fast recovery time. Harry Smith spoke with a patient and her plastic surgeon about the procedure.

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Search For Lost Loved Ones

Due in large part to the efforts of Debra Culberson, the Justice Department will release a computer database that will help families locate the bodies of lost loved ones. Erin Moriarty reports.

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Burris Responds To Accusations

Sen. Roland Burris called a press conference to respond to allegations of perjury during Gov. Rod Blagojevich's impeachment trial.

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Chavez victorious in bid to scrap term limits

President Hugo Chavez and his supporters celebrated a big win Monday after Venezuelans voted to scrap term limits on elected posts, paving the way for him to seek re-election in 2012 and beyond. Chavez, a flamboyant and tireless leftist now in power for 10 years, said he intended to stand for a third term in 2012.

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Struggling to stabilise Kosovo, one year on

UN authorities who oversaw the administration of Kosovo for nearly a decade have handed over to the European Union, now tasked with helping the fledgling state maintain rule of law.

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Heart Failure Prevention

New netting technology that is placed around the heart may prevent heart failure. Harry Smith spoke with a patient who underwent the procedure and her doctor.

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Mexicans pucker up in record kiss-a-thon

Mexico has puckered its way to a world premiere after nearly 40,000 people locked lips with their sweeties to beat the record of simultaneous kisses. Britain had previously held the record, with more than 16,000 couples, but nearly 20,000 showed up in Mexico City on Valentine's Day to smooch and wrest the record away.

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Stimulus Plan Tax Credits

Agreement on an economic stimulus package has many hoping this recession will end sooner rather than later. But how will it affect the average American? Smartmoney.com senior consumer reporter Kelli Grant offers some insight.

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Octuplet Grandmother Speaks

CBS Exclusive: Maggie Rodriguez spoke exclusively with the mother of octuplet mom Nadya Suleman about her daughter's obsession with children and how she will help pay for the new babies.

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Victims fighting for an official voice in Cambodian genocide tri

Victims of the Khmer Rouge regime are have been promised an active role at Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes court, but many find it difficult to get their voices heard.

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Venezuela says YES to Chavez

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday won a vote to scrap electoral term limits, with 54.36 percent of preliminary results announced by the president of the National Electoral Council. The opposition won 45.63 percent of the vote, Tibisay Lucena added.

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North Korea's Kim Jong-Il turns 67

North Korea marks leader Kim Jong-Il 67th birthday with effusive praise for its "great father" alongside renewed threats against South Korea.

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Japan's economy in worst showing since 1970s

Japan's economy contracted by 3.3 percent in the last quarter of 2008 -- its worst performance since the 1970s oil crisis and authorities warn worse may come.

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