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Friday, February 20, 2009

Playbook- Twitter Time

Mike Allen's Playbook: Twitter Time

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Politicos on the Oscars

Oscars and pols

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Gibbs and takes- Friday edition

Gibbs and takes: Friday edition

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Gibbs on cable news

Gibbs on cable news

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Santelli responds to Gibbs

Santelli responds to Gibbs

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Jeb- George 'chillin' out', on email

Jeb: George 'chillin' out', on email

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Morning Show Roundup 2/20/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/20/09

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Bill Clinton on calories

Bill Clinton on Calories

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POLITICO Playback 2/20/09

POLITICO Playback 2/20/09

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Scarborough praises Dean

Scarborough praises Dean

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Woman- I Warned About Travis the Chimp in '96

A former Connecticut resident says a chimpanzee's brutal attack on a woman Monday wasn't the animal's first time lashing out. Leslie Mostel Paul tells AP the chimp grabbed her hand and bit it hard enough to draw blood 13 years ago. (Feb. 19)

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Protesters Slam Post Cartoon

Demonstrators gathered in front of the New York Post headquarters in Manhattan in order to condemn a recently published cartoon which some say compares Pres. Obama to a chimpanzee shot by police.

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NYU Students Suspended Over Barricade

Dozens of New York University students were suspended Friday after barricading themselves in a school cafeteria to draw attention to their concerns about tuition costs, the school's investments and other issues. (Feb. 20)

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Video Essay- NYC Subway Platform Becomes a Stage

One of the few platform musicians sanctioned by the NYC Transit Authority is 78-year-old "Professor" Edwardo Alvarado from Ecuador. The keyboard player performs from morning rush hour until he gets tired. (Feb. 20)

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What Should Kate Winslet Wear to the Oscars?

What Should Kate Winslet Wear to the Oscars?

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Fashion Week Trend of the Day- Coats

Fashion Week Trend of the Day: Coats

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Obama Tells Mayors to Spend Stimulus Wisely

Invoking his own name-and-shame policy, President Barack Obama warned the nation's mayors Friday that he will 'call them out' if they waste the money from his massive economic stimulus plan. (Feb. 20)

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NY Post Makes Partial Apology for Cartoon

After two days of protests, the New York Post apologized to some critics who were offended by a cartoon that some have interpreted as racist. However, the paper refuses to apologize to those it calls "opportunists". (Feb. 20)

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Raw Video- 50 Hurt in Turbulence Incident

Severe turbulence jolted a Tokyo-bound Northwest Airlines flight from the Philippines on Friday, injuring 50 passengers and crew members, a company spokesman said. (Feb. 20)

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Netanyahu Gets Nod to Form New Israeli Gov't

Israeli President Shimon Peres chose hard-line Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday to form a new Israeli government, giving Netanyahu six weeks to cobble together a coalition. (Feb. 20)

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Fate of Dolphins Trapped by Ice Now in Dispute

The fate of a group of dolphins who became trapped by pack ice in a Newfoundland bay may never be known and is now the subject of dispute between a whale rescue expert and the men who say they freed the mammals. (Feb. 20)

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Tornadoes Rip Through Ga.; 1 Dead, 7 Hurt

Emergency managers are reporting one person killed in east-central Georgia and at least 7 injured after thunderstorms swept the state with tornados, hail and lightening. The violent weather swept through the state Wednesday night. (Feb. 20)

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Black Ministers May Call for Burris' Resignation

A group of black ministers who supported U.S. Sen. Roland Burris as he fought to get his job now plan to ask for his resignation following revelations that he tried to raise money for Illinois former governor. (Feb. 20)

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FBI Tracks Down Texas Financier in Fraud Case

Texas financier R. Allen Stanford was tracked down Thursday in Virginia, where FBI agents served him with legal papers in a multibillion-dollar fraud case. (Feb. 19)

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Home of Octuplets Grandmother in Default

Property records show the house where the Southern California woman who gave birth to octuplets lives is under the threat of foreclosure. (Feb. 19)

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Woman- I Warned About Travis the Chimp in '96

A former Connecticut resident says a chimpanzee's brutal attack on a woman Monday wasn't the animal's first time lashing out. Leslie Mostel Paul tells AP the chimp grabbed her hand and bit it hard enough to draw blood 13 years ago. (Feb. 19)

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Your Money- Prepaid Cell Phones

Even without much promotion, prepaid cellular phones are gaining popularity as Americans continue to look for ways to cut costs. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. (Feb. 20)

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Feb. 20- Stocks Sway on Nationalization Fears

Stocks pared their losses Friday after the White House sought to douse fears that the government would nationalize crippled banks. (Feb. 20)

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Rise in Consumer Prices Largest Since July

Consumer prices rose modestly in January, propelled by higher energy costs, but most economists and the government believe the recession will keep prices in check this year. (Feb. 20)

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Mayors Welcome Stimulus Money for Cities

Mayors from across the country gathered at the White House to discuss the money their cities will receive from the president's massive economic stimulus plan. (Feb. 20)

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White House- 'Long Way to Go' in Fixing Economy

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says the president believes there is a long way to go to solve the economic crisis, but that his policies will help solve the problems faster. (Feb. 20)

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Illinois Governor Calls on Sen. Burris to Resign

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says Sen. Roland Burris should resign because the controversy surrounding his appointment has cast a shadow over his service in the Senate. (Feb. 20)

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Tinsel and Glitter Chase the Blues

Besides a few designers who skewed their collections to reflect the current mood, "Fashion Week," which ended in New York on Friday, went out with gold, fluorescents and femininity to chase away the gloomy atmosphere cast by the economic crisis.

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Gibbs vs Santelli

Gibbs vs Santelli

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Obama addresses mayors

Obama addresses mayors

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Americans Expect Economy to Keep Getting Worse

Despite a new president and the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Gallup Doll Daily tracking continues to find more than three-quarters of Americans saying the economy is getting worse.

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AIP's new anti-stimulus ad

AIP's new anti-stimulus ad

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French on march to 'save universities'

Up to 50,000 students, teachers and researchers marched through Paris to protest educational reforms as discontent spreads through France's universities.

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Once-threatened bison thrive in Eastern Europe

They're the last bisons roaming free in Europe -- a troop of fewer than 500 living in the Bialowieza forest, straddling the border between Poland and Belarus.

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Thailand 'back in business'- FM

Thailand's finance minister tells AFPTV the kingdom is "back in business" following crippling protests last year, as he prepares to meet with his counterparts in Southeast Asia to discuss the global economic crisis.

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Guadeloupe strikers stick to guns despite Sarkozy offer

The month of protests in Guadeloupe has crippled the tourism industry on the island, which suffers from the highest unemployment rates and most expensive living costs in France.

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Slumdog stars still living in poverty

The rags-to-riches love story, "Slumdog Millionaire", may be tipped to sweep this year's Oscars, but its child stars continue to live in poverty.

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Bill Clinton on Obama and Hope

Bill Clinton on Obama and Hope

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China fights to reclaim art from Yves Saint Laurent auction

China is waging a legal battle against Christies over the upcoming auction of artwork owned by the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. Two bronze heads up for sale were looted from Beijing's Old Summer Palace in the 19th century... and many patriotic Chinese want them back.

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