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Thursday, February 26, 2009

CPAC Conference II

CPAC Conference II

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CPAC Conference II

CPAC Conference II

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CPAC Conference I

CPAC Conference I

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CPAC Exhibit Hall

CPAC Exhibit Hall

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Thursday's Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

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Thursday's Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

Gibbs and Takes 2/26/09

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CPAC Day One

CPAC Day One

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CNN breaks budget embargo

Ed Henry a little early?

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President Obama and Stevie Wonder

President Obama and Stevie Wonder

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Michelle Obama introduces Stevie Wonder

Michelle Obama introduces Stevie Wonder

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Stevie Wonder Performs

Stevie Wonder performs at the White House.

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Think You Know Carol?



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Obama remarks on budget

Obama remarks on budget

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Obama remarks on budget

Obama remarks on budget

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Kenneth Jindal?

Kenneth Jindal?

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Morning Show Roundup 2/26/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/26/09

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Politico Playback 2/26/09

Politico Playback 2/26/09

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Pelosi on Iraq Residual Forces

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi speaks with Rachel Maddow about Iraq Residual Forces

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U.s.- President Obama Releases Budget

Reporter Peter Baker on President Obama's new budget blueprint, which estimates a stunning deficit of $1.75 trillion for the current fiscal year.

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Daily Baggage- Daily Baggage- Feb. 26

The Bagger packs up his Daily Baggage for the season.

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Arts- Heckling the Hopeful Since 1934

Amateur Night at the Apollo has been making and breaking dreams for the past 75 years. A peek behind the curtain of this storied institution.

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Obama Unveils Budget and Record Deficit

President Obama unveiled his $3.55 trillion budget Thursday, along with a $1.75 trillion deficit. The AP's Julie Pace has the details of Obama's spending plan. (Feb. 26)

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Senate Approves DC Voting Bill

The people of District of Columbia would get the vote in Congress the Founding Fathers denied them under legislation the Senate has approved. The House is to take up the measure next week and is expected to pass it easily. (Feb. 26)

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Raw Video- Obamas Honor Stevie Wonder

President Barack Obama on Wednesday thanked musician Stevie Wonder for creating 'a style that's uniquely American' as he presented the singer-songwriter the nation's highest award for pop music. (Feb. 25)

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Video Essay- TX Town Survives New Border Barrier

When the government announced plans to build a new fence along portions of the Mexican border, residents of Granjeno, a sleepy town along the Rio Grande, feared the barrier would cut them off from their backyards and even destroy some homes. (Feb. 25)

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D.C. Fair Helps Jump-Start Veterans' Careers

As the number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits topped 5.1 million on Thursday, about 500 veterans attended a career fair in Washington D.C. designed to help returning service members and their spouses find jobs. (Feb. 26)

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Your Money- Child Care Savings

With wallet's being pinched, finding affordable ways to care for your children can be a challenge. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org

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Feb. 26- Health Care Woes Send Stocks Lower

Health care stocks, one of the better performers on Wall Street lately, led the market lower Thursday after the White House proposed cutting payments to private insurance plans. (Feb. 26)

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Sharp Rise in Jobless Claims Strains Economy

New jobless claims rose more than expected last week and the number of Americans continuing to receive unemployment benefits has topped 5.1 million, fresh evidence the recession is increasingly forcing employers to shed jobs. (Feb. 26)

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NYPD Hunts for Suspect in Immigrant's Death

One man is being held on a hate crime murder charge for the beating death of an Ecuadorean immigrant in Brooklyn, NY as police continue to hunt for the second suspect. (Feb. 26)

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A Heroes Welcome for 'Slumdog' Child Stars

There was mayhem in Mumbai as the child stars of Oscar-winning movie 'Slumdog Millionaire' arrived home. (Feb. 26)

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Saint Laurent Auction Rakes in $484 Million

Two rare bronze sculptures that disappeared from China nearly 150 years ago, and demanded back by Beijing, sold for millions Wednesday as an auction of art works owned by the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. (Feb. 26)

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Zoo- Orangutan Learns to Whistle

An orangutan at the National Zoo has a very unique talent - she can whistle! Bonnie is the first orangutan ever to be documented making the sound and scientists say her ability has implications on the evolution of speech. (Feb. 26)

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Pentagon Reverses Coffin Photo Ban

Defense Secretary Robert Gates has decided to allow photos of flag-draped caskets at Dover Air Force Base, Del., if the families of the fallen troops agree. (Feb. 26)

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Obama Pledges to Slash Spending by $2 Trillion

President Barack Obama is promising to slash federal spending by $2 trillion, even as the administration initially invests large sums of money to revive the faltering economy. (Feb. 26)

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Bones of 11th Body Found Near Albuquerque

Police have unearthed an 11th body from the mesa west of Albuquerque as their investigation heats up with the identification through dental records of a pregnant victim found at the city's largest ever crime scene. (Feb. 26)

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Congressional Leaders React to Obama's Budget

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Minority leader John Boehner reacted to the unveiling of President Barack Obama's multi-trillion dollar spending plan Thursday. (Feb. 26)

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Bangladesh Mutiny Ends After Tanks Enter Capital

A major show of military force finally persuaded mutinous border guards to lay down their arms and end their revolt in Bangladesh. (Feb. 26)

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Puppy Rescued After Being Thrown From Car

A six-week-old puppy is on the mend in Anthem, Arizona after being thrown out of a moving car. (Feb. 26)

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Raw Video- Fishing Boat Runs Aground in Alaska

Four crew members of a fishing boat that grounded on Akutan Island in Alaska used a crab pot to lower themselves off their vessel Wednesday to get to higher ground, where they were hoisted to safety by a rescue helicopter. (Feb. 26)

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Holder- Closing Gitmo Will Be Challenging

Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday that the prison at Guantanamo Bay is a well-run facility, that will be a challenge to close. Holder recently visited Gitmo, where he said he did not witness any mistreatment of prisoners. (Feb. 26)

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Lawsuits Filed Following Denver Runway Crash

Four passengers on a Continental Airlines jet that veered off a Denver runway on Dec. 20 have filed lawsuits against the jet's maker. (Feb. 26)

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Expert- Is Recession Threat to Security?

Trillions of dollars in government spending might stabilize the economy, but for now it may have weakened some U.S. Security interests abroad and hampered the nation's ability to respond financially to an attack at home. (Feb. 25)

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11-year-old Charged As Adult in Woman's Death

An 11-year-old boy has been charged as an adult in the shooting death of his father's pregnant fiancee. Wednesday, the boy was transferred from a jail to a juvenile facility under a court order. (Feb. 25)

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Gas boom threatens indigenous in Russian far east

On the northeastern shores of Sakhalin Island, a culture is facing extinction. The Nivkhs, a small indigenous ethnic group, have survived for centuries in this harsh climate, hunting and fishing, but today massive offshore oil and gas projects have eroded fish stocks, posing a threat to their traditional way of life.

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Curtains closing on Broadway?

The U.S. economy may look grim but the stars on Broadway have never tried harder to sparkle. New York City's Great White Way is embarking on a record breaking campaign to convince audiences to keep buying tickets. Since the recession, the city has seen fewer tourists so campaigners are working hard to get New Yorkers to get out of the house and into the theatre.

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On the trail of Swedish blockbuster author

AFPTV follows the trail of Stieg Larsson, the hero of Swedish crime fiction and documenter of Stockholm's dark underbelly.

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The biggest football match in the world

One match, two days, hundreds of players and one ball -- welcome to the Royal Shrovetide Football Match. The annual sport started centuries ago, has very few rules and the goal posts are five kilometres apart. May the best team win.

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Exclusive interview with Clint Eastwood

Legendary American filmmaker Clint Eastwood received an honorary palme d'or on Wednesday from the organisers of the Cannes Film Festival. He spoke exclusively to AFP.

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Obama Pushes Economic Optimism

President Obama walked a fine line between straight talk about the nation's woes and inspirational oratory about the nation's ability to recover. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Majority say government aid to homeowners is necessary

A majority of Americans (59%) believe providing government aid to certain homeowners who cannot pay their mortgages is necessary to help stabilize the housing market. Just 38% say providing aid is not necessary.

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Dustin Hoffman gets nod from French

Actor Dustin Hoffman was honoured in Paris on Thursday, being made Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters. He spoke of the influence French cinema has had on his own career.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Hurray for Hollywood?

The columnist Nicholas D. Kristof will do anything to get people's attention on the situation in Eastern Chad -- even tagging along with a Hollywood celebrity, George Clooney.

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Slumdog actors return to heroes' welcome

Slumdog Millionaire child actors are returning to Mumbai Thursday to a heroes' welcome after helping the film to sweep the Oscars at the weekend. The movie won eight Oscars including best film. Hundreds gathered at Mumbai airport to catch a glimpse of the actors on their return from Los Angeles.

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Uganda's blind boxer

For many Ugandans, boxing is their national sport. The East African country has produced world-class fighters, but many of the toughest aren't prepared to step into the ring with Bashir Ramathan -- even though he is blind.

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Indian textile industry reeling from global slump

The global economic crisis has hit India's textile industry hard: 700,000 workers have already been laid off, and another half a million could lose their jobs in coming months.

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Chinese relics fetch millions at YSL art auction

Mystery bidders Wednesday snared a pair of ancient Chinese bronzes for 15.7 million euros each, as they went on the block at the record-smashing Yves Saint Laurent art auction despite protests from Beijing.

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