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Friday, February 27, 2009

FLOTUS as Cover Girl

First Lady fashion

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Bankers to Obama- stop trashing us!

Bankers to Obama: stop trashing us!

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Bankers to Obama- Stop trashing us!

Bankers to Obama: stop trashing us!

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Obama responds to Dem criticisms

Obama responds to Dem criticisms

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Obama responds to Dem criticisms

Obama responds to Dem criticisms

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CPAC Weighs In On Bush

CPAC Weighs In On Bush

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McCain reacts to Obama's Iraq plan

McCain reacts to Obama's Iraq plan

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Obama sets Iraq end date

Obaam sets Iraq end date

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Obama- "Semper Fi"

Obama: "Semper Fi"

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Boehner- "spending barrage" just starting

Boehner: "spending barrage" just starting

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Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/27/09

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Laura Bush on ABC World News

Laura Bush on ABC World News

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POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

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Laura Bush on GMA

Laura Bush on GMA

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POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

POLITICO Playback 2/27/09

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N.y./region- Wall Street Woes from the Barber's Chair

A Wall Street barbershop where stressed clients can take the edge off with a drink, and where one 95-year-old customer began his career during the Depression.

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Raw Video- More Wildfires in Australia

Firefighters in the Australian state of Victoria were battling to get on top of new flare-ups as high temperatures and strong winds intensified the bushfire risk. Fires earlier in the month killed more than 200 people. (Feb. 27)

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China can only offer limited help to ASEAN economies

As ASEAN leaders meet in Thailand, a senior World Bank economist says China's economic growth can help southeast Asia, but is not large enough to save it from a downturn.

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Temple Offers Big $$ to Lure Jewish Families

A temple in Dothan, Alabama is offering $50,000 to Jewish families who agree to relocate to the small southern town and take an active role in the congregation. The AP's Jason Bronis explains. (Feb. 26)

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2nd Arrest Made in NYC Hate Slaying

A second arrest was made Friday in the hate crime killing of an Ecuadorean immigrant, a prosecutor said. Keith Phoenix was arrested the day after a video was released of him grinning minutes after the deadly attack. (Feb. 27)

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First Person- Military Reacts to Obama's Plan

Members of the military stationed at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina reacted President Barack Obama's speech Friday. (Feb. 27)

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Iraqis Waiting, Hopeful for U.S. Troop Pullout

Residents of Baghdad say the departure of most U.S. troops next year is welcome, although some wonder if the country's military is ready to offer protection. (Feb. 27)

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Detectives Hit Wall in Hunt for LA Serial Killer

Los Angeles police detectives released a recording of a 22-year old emergency call in the hopes of tracking down the man dubbed the "grim sleeper", suspected of killing 11 people since 1985. (Feb. 26)

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Troops React to Obama's Iraq Pullout Plan

Some troops, veterans and military families in Fort Hood, Texas support President Barack Obama's plan to remove U.S. combat forces by August 2010. (Feb. 27)

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5 Students From Chile Shot in Fla.

Authorities say that two students from Chile were killed and three others wounded in a mass shooting in a town in Florida's northern Panhandle. (Feb. 27)

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First Person- Auto Woes Roll Down to Parts Maker

The struggles of the Big Three auto makers means worry at a range of suppliers making the raw materials going into vehicles, suppliers like FormTech Industries in Royal Oak, Mich. (Feb. 27)

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Father Turns on Dryer With Baby Inside

Police in Mesa, Arizona say a father is jailed on child abuse charges after he intentionally turned on a clothes dryer while his 1-year-old son played inside. (Feb. 27)

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Obama Set to Unveil Iraq Plan

President Barack Obama has told lawmakers he plans to withdraw most American troops from Iraq by August 2010. The President hopes to leave about 35,000 troops in Iraq to advise Iraqi forces. (Feb. 27)

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Suspect Arrested in Murder of 3 Chicago Teens

Authorities in Illinois have filed homicide charges against a 20-year-old in the shooting deaths of three teenagers. The suspect is expected in court on Friday. (Feb. 27)

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FBI Agent Shot During Roundup of Drug Suspects

An FBI agent was shot and wounded Thursday morning during a roundup of suspects in an alleged cocaine distribution ring, a Buffalo-area sweep that also led to the arrest of a former NBA player in Nevada. (Feb. 26)

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Dead Body Found Inside Car Ticketed 7 Times

A car found in a Gainesville, Fla. neighborhood with a dead body in the back seat had been ticketed seven times by city parking enforcement. Police say an autopsy helped them identify the man, but it didn't reveal an obvious cause of death. (Feb. 26)

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Mexico Prez Hopes to Quell Drug Violence

In an interview with The Associated Press CEO Tom Curley, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Mexico is making progress and hopes to win the war against the world's most powerful drug gangs before his term ends in 2012. (Feb. 26)

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Four Charged in Suicide Assistance Probe

Four members of the Final Exit Network were charged Wednesday with helping a 58-year-old Georgia man suffering from cancer end his life by inhaling helium. (Feb. 26)

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Engine Trouble Eyed in Dutch Plane Crash

Engine trouble may have caused the Turkish Airlines crash that killed nine people in the Netherlands, the head of the agency investigating the accident said Thursday. (Feb. 26)

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Your Money- Prioritizing Debt

Many people are wrestling with whether to prioritize their mortgage payment or their credit card bills. AP posed the question to Lynette Khalfani-Cox, bestselling author of "Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom." (Feb. 27)

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Feb. 27- Wall Street Slides on Citigroup-gov't.

Wall Street ended another unforgiving month with a steep loss as Citigroup Inc. and General Electric Co. both unsettled investors. (Feb. 27)

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Economy Shrinks at Fastest Pace in 26 Years

The economy contracted at a staggering 6.2 percent pace at the end of 2008, the worst showing in a quarter-century, as consumers and businesses ratcheted back spending, plunging the country deeper into recession. (Feb. 27)

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Analyst- 'Zombie' Banks Weighing Down Economy

As the government takes an even larger ownership role in Citigroiup, many economists are warning that the 'baby steps' being taken to fix the banking system are not having an immediate effect. (Feb. 27)

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Citigroup Reaches Aid Deal With Government

Shares of Citigroup sold off sharply early Friday after the government announced it will exchange up to $25 billion in funding it provided Citigroup for as much as a 36 percent equity stake in the bank. (Feb. 27)

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Rocky Mountain News Closing After Friday Edition

The Rocky Mountain News, Colorado's oldest newspaper and a Denver fixture since 1859, will publish its last edition Friday. Owner E.W. Scripps Co. said Thursday the newspaper lost $16 million last year and the company couldn't find a buyer. (Feb. 26)

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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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Swedes rush to 'Millennium' crime thriller flick

It was a blockbuster opening night for "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", the film adaptation of the first tome of Sweden's hit Millennium trilogy. More than 30,000 people turned out to watch the long-awaited adaptation of the crime thriller by the late Stieg Larsson.

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Move over, Inspector Gadget

Spy cameras, robots, hi-tech weapons. The Orlando police have begun using all kinds of tools that, until now, were only available to the military.

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Families of murdered Bangladeshi officers cope with grief

Security forces in Bangladesh on Friday uncovered dozens of bodies of murdered army officers as a nationwide hunt was launched for renegade border troops behind a deadly mutiny in the capital. Meanwhile families of the dead are coping with their loss.

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Obama sets end of August 2010 for end of US combat in Iraq

President Barack Obama on Friday set a date of August 31, 2010 for the end of US combat operations in Iraq, and said he intended to fully withdraw all troops by the end of 2011.

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Gallup - Older Americans the Least Worried About Money

An aggregate of Gallup Poll Daily tracking data collected in February reveals that Americans aged 70 to 89 are the least likely to say they are worried about money, while those aged 40 to 49 are the most likely to be worried.

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Gallup - Majority Oppose Congressional Aid to Automakers

Fifty-eight percent of Americans oppose Congress giving aid to U.S. automakers who are in danger of going bankrupt and 41% are in favor.

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Goodbye To Bush Tax Cuts?

High-income earners may now pay more in taxes if President Obama's budget is passed. The money gained would be put toward programs like healthcare and food safety inspections. Ben Tracy reports.

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Obama Plans Troop Withdrawal

President Obama plans to fulfill a campaign promise to withdraw troops from Iraq and will make the announcement at Camp Lejeune, reports Bill Plante.

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Newt Gingrich On Obama Budget

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich takes apart President Obama's "big government" plan to save the economy. He spoke to Harry Smith.

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Paul And The GOP

Washington Unplugged: Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) talks to Bob Schieffer about the future of the Republican party, his internet following and says he will "probably" not run again for president.

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Retro-wheels on show in Berlin

One Berlin museum is dedicated to motorbikes made by the authoritarian former East German state. As Germany looks forward to marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, there's renewed enthusiasm for relics of the old East.

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Iraqi forces flex muscles as US plans withdrawal

As the United States prepares its military departure, the growing competence of Iraq's own armed forces has boosted confidence in Baghdad. But the ability of Iraqis to fight without US help is still unknown.

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Students race through desert in ageing Renault bangers

More than 2,000 car-crazed students are motoring from the French capital and across 6,000 kilometres of African desert in a different kind of race. The catch? In this rally, they've got to be equipped with an ageing Renault 4.

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Who is the 'girl with the dragon tattoo'?

A movie based on the first volume of Swedish author's cult trilogy "Millennium" hit screens in Scandinavia on Friday.

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Making music, not war, in Baghdad

The Baghdad Institute of Music once again hums with activity after years of silence enforced by fear.

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The Minimalist- Beet Salad With Garlic-Walnut Sauce

Mark Bittman tosses a beet salad with garlic-walnut sauce, but without goat cheese.

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City Room- Tell It to Judge, and Photographer

Crack possession? Murder charge? Assault? If you are at the courthouse, the man with the camera and blog wants your story.

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Front- Travel- The Frugal Traveler- Baby on Board

After years of traveling solo, the Frugal Traveler enters a new chapter in his life on a family trip to Venice.

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N.y./region- Big-Time Ski Jumping, Small Town Feel

For more than 30 years, Salisbury, Conn., has held a ski-jumping contest with a small-town feel and high-level competition.

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Obama- U.S. Combat in Iraq to End in 2010

President Barack Obama has drawn the finish line in Iraq. The president says US combat in Iraq will end by Aug. 31, 2010. (Feb. 27)

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