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Monday, March 2, 2009

Rush slams Steele

Rush slams Steele

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Snow and Global Warming Protests

Snow and Global Warming Protests

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Matthews- System will bring down Obama

Matthews: The system will bring down Obama

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Monday Gibbs and Takes 3/2/09

Monday Gibbs and Takes 3/2/09

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Gibbs Covers Limbaugh

Gibbs Covers Limbaugh

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Gibbs Covers Limbaugh

Gibbs Covers Limbaugh

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Obama announces Sebelius and DeParle

Obama announces Sebelius and DeParle

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RNC Chair Michael Steele on D.L. Hughley

RNC Chair Michael Steele on D.L. Hughley

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Morning Show Roundup 3/2/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/2/09

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DCCC up with first ad for Murphy

DCCC up with first ad for Murphy

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POLITICO Playback 3/2/09

POLITICO Playback 3/2/09

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Five Questions With Chef Eric Ripert

Five Questions With Chef Eric Ripert

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Your Money- Frugal Dining Tips

Enjoying a dinner at a restaurant can be a real challenge in trying economic times. AP Personal Finance editor Trevor Delaney offers tips for the frugal diner. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 2)

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March 2- Dow at First Close Below 7000 Since '97

Investors' despair about financial companies and the recession has brought the Dow Jones industrial average to another unwanted milestone: its first drop below 7,000 in more than 11 years. (March 2)

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Gov't Extends New Aid Package to AIG

The insurance giant, deemed "too big to fail" will get an additional $30 billion in taxpayer money to use on an "as needed" basis. (March 2)

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Video Essay- Historic Missile Base

A once-forgotten piece of history is now open to the public. The National Park Service is now offering guided tours of HM-69 Nike Hercules Missile Site, one of the best preserved relics of the Cold War in Florida. (March 2)

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Washington Week in Photos- Move to Shoot

This is a look back at the week in Washington with the help of AP Photos. (March 2)

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Sights and Sounds- Snow Blasts East Coast

A late winter storm is hitting New England, Washington, Philadelphia and New York City. Forecasters expect as much as 15 inches of snow in some areas. About 10,000 customers in Virginia are without power. (March 2)

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Soldiers Assassinate President of Guinea-Bissau

Soldiers assassinated the president of Guinea-Bissau in his palace Monday hours after a bomb blast killed the army chief who had been his political rival for decades. (March 2)

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Casey Anthony Faces Oct. Trial on Murder Charge

Casey Anthony's murder trial has been tentatively set for Oct. 12. The judge has also agreed to stop the public release of a video of Anthony reacting to news that her daughter's remains had been found until her lawyer can review it. (March 2)

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Rare Snow Hits South As East Braces for Storm

A late-winter storm that's dumped snow on the Deep South is now barreling into the Mid-Atlantic region bringing the threat of much heavier snow as it heads north up the Interstate 95 corridor. (March 1)

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March Storm Dumps Snow Across East Coast

A late-winter storm that closed schools from Georgia to Maine Monday is expected to finally stop dumping snow after midnight, but not before effecting most of the East Coast. (March 1)

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Raw Video- Fire in Taiwan Kills 7

A pre-dawn fire at a small hotel in Taiwan's capital killed four Taiwanese men and three Malaysian women, police said on Monday. The cause of the fire is unclear. (March 2)

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Aussie Rescuers Trying to Save Dozens of Whales

Rescuers worked on Monday to save dozens of whales and several dolphins stranded on a beach in the southern Australian island state of Tasmania, the fourth beaching incident in recent months. (March 2)

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Winter Storm Slams East From Georgia to Maine

A potent March snowstorm blanketed much of the Southeast with snow Sunday before barreling toward the Northeast, where officials prepared snowplows and road-salt for a wintery assault. (Mar. 2)

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Winter Storm Slams East From Georgia to Maine

A potent March snowstorm blanketed much of the Southeast with snow Sunday before barreling toward the Northeast, where officials prepared snowplows and road-salt for a wintery assault. (Mar. 2)

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Crews Search Fla. Coast for Missing NFL Players

The Coast Guard searched off Florida's Gulf Coast on Sunday for a fishing boat carrying NFL players Corey Smith and Marquis Cooper and two other men missing more than a day in choppy seas. (Mar. 2)

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Broncos Brandon Marshall Arrested Again

Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall was arrested in Atlanta on Sunday on a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a fight. His latest run-in with the law could result in a lengthy suspension from the NFL. (March 2)

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Clinton Calls for Action to Forge Mideast Peace

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used an international donors conference to issue a blunt call for urgent action to forge a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace. (March 2)

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Michelin showers stars on top French restaurants

The Michelin restaurant guide marked its 100th edition on Monday with a new raft of make-or-break verdicts on France's eateries.

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Donors call for Palestinian unity

World leaders gathered in Egypt on Monday to pledge billions of dollars to rebuild war-battered Gaza urged feuding Palestinian factions to bury the hatchet to help steer reconstruction to success.

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Finance giants need billions, markets tremble

Plunging Japanese car sales and a record drop in South Korea's industrial output underlined the ravaging impact of the global financial crisis Monday, as concerns pummelled stocks worldwide. Worries were compounded by a grim report from bank HSBC on Monday, which announced a 70-percent slump in annual net profits and a plan to raise nearly 18 billion dollars in Britain's biggest-ever share sale.

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Michelin showers stars upon top French restaurants

The venerable Michelin restaurant guide turned 100 on Monday with a new edition of make-or-break verdicts on the top eateries in France, raising only Paris restaurant, Le Bristol, to its top three-starred tier. Interview with Eric Frechon, the chef at le Bristol, which is one of French President, Nicolas Sarkozy's favourite haunts.

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Gazans live amid wastes of war

International donors meeting in Egypt Monday are expected to pledge billions of dollars for rebuilding war-battered Gaza, six weeks after the guns fell silent around the Palestinian enclave. 75 donor countries and organisations are attending the conference which opened in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh. Meanwhile life in Gaza is difficult and AFPTV looks at the plight of civilians in the enclave.

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Michelin showers stars upon top French restaurants

The Michelin restaurant guide launched its 100th edition on Monday, raising only one venue to its top three-starred tier and doling two stars out to the famous, foul-mouthed British chef Gordon Ramsey. Interview with Michelin Guide editor-in-chief Jean-Luc Naret.

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HSBC under spotlight over 18 billion dollar recapitalisation

As HSBC reveals it needs nearly 18 billion dollars of new capital, an analyst in Hong Kong remains upbeat about the bank's future but criticises management for failing to act sooner.

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Russian middle class hit by weak ruble

Many in Russia's middle class are facing ruin as the ruble plunges in value. Loans are often taken out in dollars but the exchange rate is making it impossible for many people to meet their repayments. To make things worse, the price of imported foods is shooting up.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Jindal and Race

Eve Fairbanks, left, of The New Republic and Ann Althouse of the University of Wisconsin Law School debate possible racial bias in criticism of Bobby Jindal.

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N.y./region- Snow Day in New York City

A major winter storm shut down New York City schools sending thousands of children to the nearest sledding hill, but for many New Yorkers it was another day during these tough economic times.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- Hoosiers

A. O. Scott reviews the beloved film about Indiana basketball.

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Obama Taps Sebelius for HHS Post

President Barack Obama has named Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius to be his health secretary, and tasked her with leading the campaign for health care reform. (March 2)

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Publicist- Blagojevich Signs 6-figure Book Deal

A publicist for Rod Blagojevich says the former Illinois governor has signed a six-figure deal to write a book about the dark side of politics. (March 2)

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Obama Taps Sebelius for HHS Secretary

A White House source says Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is President Barack Obama's choice for secretary of health and human services. (March 2)

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Students protest to demand green jobs

12,000 Students will descend on Washington in early March to demand action on climate change legislation, and the creation of green jobs. They plan to lobby more than 300 members of Congress and hold a rally outside the Capitol.

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Pulling Out Of Iraq

Bob Schieffer spoke to White House Chief Of Staff Rahm Emanuel about the ailing auto industry and President Obama's plan to withdraw troops from Iraq more slowly than anticipated.

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Can Obama Remake America?

Bob Schieffer spoke to White House Chief Of Staff Rahm Emanuel about President Obama's bold budget proposal and the estimated deficit.

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Mexico's Drug War

Drug cartel fueled violence has turned into war in Mexico, with thousands of deaths and the government battling well-armed gangs whose military-grade weapons come mostly from U.S. dealers. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.

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The Future Of The GOP?

He's been called the Republican Obama and some think he may run for the presidency some day. But his national debut caused some to doubt Bobby Jindal. Morley Safer profiles the governor of Louisiana.

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International donors pledge billions for Palestinians

International donors pledged almost 4.5 billion dollars to the Palestinians and demanded the immediate lifting of Israel's blockade on Gaza. But they insisted that the aid money must bypass Hamas.

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Trimming Utility Bills

Harry Smith spoke with host of Today's Homeowner Danny Lipford about easy household tips to save money on your monthly utility bill.

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Bailouts Scaring Wall Street

AIG is getting more bailout money and worldwide markets react unfavorably, reports Priya David. Economist Peter Morici tells the Obama administration to "follow the markets."

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Healthiest Fast Food Chains

Frances Largeman-Roth from Health magazine lists her top recommendations for eating at national fast food chains to Harry Smith, now that some places are offering more nutritional choices.

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Teen Speaks Out On Cop Beating

A Seattle sheriff's deputy pleaded not guilty to charges he assaulted a 15-year-old girl in a holding cell. Julie Chen spoke with the girl and her father about the alleged assault.

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Alleged McCain Mistress Speaks

Lobbyist Vicki Iseman spoke with Maggie Rodriguez to set the record straight about her alleged affair with Sen. John McCain during the 2008 presidential campaign.

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