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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

McCain hits Obama on omnibus

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) attacked President Barack Obama on Tuesday for supporting the $410 billion omnibus spending bill, a move he called �disgraceful.�

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Delay- Rush isn't the GOP's leader

Tom Delay, speaking to Chris Mathews on MSNBC, says Rush isn't his party's leader -- but he's standard-bearer for conservatives.

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Obama- Buy stocks now

President Barack Obama did his best imitation of a CNBC market analyst Tuesday, suggesting this week�s market swoon is a good time to buy stocks.

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The Garden - Reel Progress Interviews Oscar Nominees

http://www.americanprogress.org/projects/reelprogress Reel Progress talks with Julie and Stuart Sender producers of the Oscar-nominated documentary "The Garden" about a community garden in Los Angeles.

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Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

Tuesday's Gibbs and takes

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McCain calls for crisis commission

McCain predicts crisis commission

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Gibbs on Cramer outburst

Gibbs on Cramer outburst

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Gibbs on Steele's apology

Gibbs on Steele's apologu

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Colbert/Steele Rap Battle

Colbert/Steele Rap Battle

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Michelle at Women in Military Service Memorial

Michelle at Women in Military Service Memorial

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Obama knocks Bush on science

Obama knocks Bush on science

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Geithner- "Right package"

Geithner: "Right package...right path..."

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Obama meets with Brown

Pres. Obama Meets with PM Brown

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Obama meets with Brown

Pres. Obama Meets with PM Brown

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Dean on HHS appointments

Dean on HHS appointments

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Six Questions With Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota

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Jindal on Larry King Live

Jindal on Larry King Live talking Steele and Limbaugh

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Kaine on Steele vs. Limbaugh

Kaine on Steele vs. Limbaugh

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Bernanke- "little sign of improvement"

Bernanke: "little sign of improvement"

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Joe the Sheriff

Joe the Sheriff

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Obama- This plan will save lives

Obama: This plan will save lives

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Barney Frank on Maddow Show

Barney Frank on Maddow Show

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Morning Show Roundup 3/3/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/3/09

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Jim Cramer's rant

Jim Cramer Rants on Obama

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LaHood- "This is not...Obama's budget"

LaHood: "This is not...Obama's budget"

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CPR - TV and Radio Ads

CPR - TV and Radio Ads

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POLITICO Playback 3/3/09

POLITICO Playback 3/3/09

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POLITICO Playback 3/3/09

POLITICO Playback 3/3/09

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Blacks, whites hear Obama differently

Blacks, whites hear Obama differently

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Africa- Reporter's Notebook- A Fragile Optimism

The mountain gorillas in Eastern Congo stand to benefit from the recent departure of rebels under General Laurent Nkunda.

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Scientists- Exercise Can Curb Smoking

Scientists in the United Kingdom say that they have evidence to prove that exercise produces activity in the brain which removes cravings. (March 3)

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Gandhi's Glasses To Go On Auction Block

A rare collection of personal items which belonged to the Indian independence leader Mohandas K. Gandhi go under the auction gavel in New York later this week. (March 2)

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Madoff Seeks to Keep Manhattan Apartment

Bernard Madoff is seeking to keep a $7 million Manhattan penthouse and an additional $62 million in assets, saying they are unrelated to the fraud that authorities say cost victims more than $50 billion. (March 2)

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Company Works to Bury Blackwater Reputation

The Blackwater name is gone. So is the focus on the security business that made it famous. Now the founder who built the private company into one of the world's most respected _ and reviled _ defense contractors is stepping aside as its CEO. (March 3)

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Gunmen Target Sri Lanka's Cricket Team

At least a dozen men ambushed Sri Lanka's cricket team with rifles, grenades and rocket launchers Tuesday, converging on the squad's convoy as it drove through a traffic circle near an eastern Pakistani stadium. (March 3)

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Gov't Warns Spring Breakers to Avoid Parts of Me

The Justice Department's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has taken the unusual step of urging college students to avoid parts of northern Mexico during spring break. (March 3)

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Clinton- U.S. Will Work With New Israeli Govt.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the U.S. will work closely with any new Israeli government. Clinton is in Jerusalem on her first Mideast visit as the top U.S. diplomat. (March 3)

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Family of Man Shot by Calif. Transit Cop Sues

The family of a man slain by a San Francisco Bay-area transit police officer early New Year's Day has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit. (March 3)

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Search Narrows for 2 Missing NFL Players, Friend

The Coast Guard says it has narrowed the search area for two NFL players and another man whose overturned boat was found off the Florida Gulf Coast. (March 2)

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Obama Reaches Out to Moscow on Missle Defense

President Barack Obama said Tuesday he has told Russia that reducing Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapon would in turn lessen the need for a U.S.-planned missile defense system in Eastern Europe that Moscow has opposed. (March 3)

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Obama Hails Beginning of New Construction

President Barack Obama says the new road-building initiative in his economic recovery program will create or save 150,000 jobs by the end of next year. Some 200 new highway construction jobs will start in the next few weeks. (March 3)

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Geithner- Worst Financial Mess Ever

President Barack Obama's Treasury secretary tells Congress the administration has inherited "the worst fiscal situation in American history," entering office facing a $1.3 trillion deficit, about 10 percent of the nation's economic output. (March 3)

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Cologne Building Collapses; 3 Missing

Cologne's six-story city archive building rumbled and then collapsed into a pile of rubble Tuesday. Many people inside were able to flee to safety, but authorities said they were searching for three people missing from nearby buildings. (March 3)

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Coast Guard Calls Off Search for Missing Boaters

The Coast Guard says it is suspending at sundown the search for two NFL players and another man whose boat capsized off Florida's Gulf Coast. (March 3)

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Warrant Issued in Chandra Levy Killing

An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for an imprisoned Salvadoran immigrant in the killing of federal intern Chandra Levy, nearly eight years after the case captivated the nation's capital and ended the career of a congressman. (March 3)

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Thousands Rally for Climate Change Legislation

Several thousand demonstrators gathered in Washington D.C., urging Congress to pass legislation to reduce greenhouse gases, and targeting the government's own Capitol power plant as a symbol of the problem. (March 2)

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Your Money- Mutual Fund Managers

Choosing a well-performing mutual fund starts with a reputable fund manager. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 3)

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March 3- Stocks Lower, but Trading More Stable

Stocks have extended their losses in an erratic session as investors wrestle with the reality that the economy is still far from a recovery. (March 3)

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US Auto Sales Drop at Least 40 Pct

Major automakers' U.S. sales continued their deep slump in February, putting the industry on track for its worst sales month in more than 27 years. (March 3)

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T Magazine- Profile In Style- Not Vital

For the Swiss sculptor Not Vital, traveling is not just his drug of choice but also the bedrock of his art. Compiled by Alex Hawgood. Directed by Adolescent.

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T Magazine- Profile In Style- Philippe Starck

One of the world's most playful and prolific designers. From underwear to mega-yachts. Starck knows no boundaries. Compiled by Alix Browne. Directed by Adolescent.

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Obama Meets With Brown, Visits Agencies

President Barack Obama spent Tuesday meeting with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and visiting both the department of transportation and interior. The AP's Julie Pace wraps up Obama's busy day. (March 3)

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Obama Puts Bush Species Ruling on Hold

Barack Obama has signed a presidential memorandum to restore the scientific process in endangered species decisions. Obama says the process was undermined by a last-minute regulation by the Bush administration. (March 3)

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Obama, Brown Anticipate Global Economic Recovery

President Barack Obama met with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to discuss several topics, including the credit crisis. They addressed domestic and joint efforts to help reverse the global economic meltdown. (March 3)

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Virginia Sugar House Fires Up for the Season

In the Allegheny Mountains of Virginia, the temperatures can get cold in winter - cold enough to produce maple syrup, a tasty treat usually exlusive to the frigid winters of Canada and New England. Ivan and Sis Puffenbarger take advantage of the brief season to make syrup from the maple trees on their property.

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Clinton vows to work for creation of Palestinian state

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that efforts towards peace in the Middle East would be hard going as long as Israel is still coming under sttack.

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Americans Save, Dow Falls

The personal savings rate has skyrocketed as Americans begin to put more money away. But, as Anthony Mason reports, less spending isn't good for Wall Street.

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Wall Street Freefall

Monday's nearly 300-point dive for the Dow put the index at its lowest level since April 1997. As Jeff Glor reports, Wall Street is waiting for some good news.

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Clinton Heads To Israel

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on her way to Israel. Clinton is expected to confront some skepticism on what the U.S. wants to accomplish in the Mideast. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Eight dead in attack on Sri Lanka cricketers in Pakistan

Masked gunmen launched a brazen attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in the Pakistani city of Lahore Tuesday, killing at least eight people and wounding seven team members. Raw images and soundbites.

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Carmakers put on show for trade fair in Geneva

The auto industry will put ecology and economy on display when the Geneva Motor Show opens to the public on Thursday, amid a grim backdrop of plunging sales, plant closures, lay-offs and threatened bankruptcies.

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Angola- birthplace of Capoeira

For most people, capoeira -- an art which mixes combat, dance and music -- is associated with Brazilian culture. But the origins of the discipline can actually be traced back to the west coast of Africa -- in particular, Angola.

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Carmakers put on show for trade fair in Geneva

The auto industry will put ecology and economy on display when the Geneva Motor Show opens to the public on Thursday, amid a grim backdrop of plunging sales, plant closures, lay-offs and threatened bankruptcies.

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Organic the new flavour for French elite cuisine

Among the eateries awarded stars in the famous Michelin "red guide" to fine dining this week, two have an all-organic offer. AFPTV goes for a stroll through the gardens of La Chassagnette, near Arles, with chef Armand Arnal.

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Olympic vision slowly comes alive in London

The Olympic stadium in east London is already taking shape and according to the planners, it's on time and on budget. But many local people remain skeptical about the 'legacy' and say plans are just too good to be true.

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Mumbai multiplexes could spell 'The End' for old-style theaters

Mumbai audiences are developing a preference for modern multiplex cinemas over traditional theatres. Many old-style projectionists find their skills are no longer needed.

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