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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Missing Boaters Search Ends

The Coast Guard has called off the search for 2 NFL players and a 3rd man who went missing after a boating accident, but many questions remain unanswered. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Missing Boaters Search Ends

The Coast Guard has called off the search for 2 NFL players and a 3rd man who went missing after a boating accident, but many questions remain unanswered. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Obama's Plan Won't Help All

One in five U.S. homeowners with mortgages are "underwater," meaning they owe more money to their lender than their property is worth. Ben Tracy reports on whom Obama's housing plan will help.

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Obama's Plan Won't Help All

One in five U.S. homeowners with mortgages are "underwater," meaning they owe more money to their lender than their property is worth. Ben Tracy reports on whom Obama's housing plan will help.

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A Helping Hand For Homeowners

The Obama administration kicked off a plan to help millions of struggling families stay in their homes. So who's eligible for help? Chip Reid reports.

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A Helping Hand For Homeowners

The Obama administration kicked off a plan to help millions of struggling families stay in their homes. So who's eligible for help? Chip Reid reports.

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Notebook- Kennedy's Knighthood

While Katie Couric is on assignment, Seth Doane reacts to the recent announcement that ailing U.S. Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy will receive an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth.

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Notebook- Kennedy's Knighthood

While Katie Couric is on assignment, Seth Doane reacts to the recent announcement that ailing U.S. Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy will receive an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth.

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Great Meals For Less

In continuation of The Early Show series "Save a Bundle," Julie Chen spoke with Epicurious.com Editor-in-Chief Tanya Steel about making great food that won't leave you with an empty wallet.

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Great Meals For Less

In continuation of The Early Show series "Save a Bundle," Julie Chen spoke with Epicurious.com Editor-in-Chief Tanya Steel about making great food that won't leave you with an empty wallet.

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Alleged Serial Killer In L.A.

Los Angeles, Calif., police are looking for information related to a woman photographed with an alleged serail killer who may be missing.

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Alleged Serial Killer In L.A.

Los Angeles, Calif., police are looking for information related to a woman photographed with an alleged serail killer who may be missing.

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Man Survives Train Collision

Caught On Tape: A man in Turkey survived after he was stuck during a collision between a train and semi-truck.

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Man Survives Train Collision

Caught On Tape: A man in Turkey survived after he was stuck during a collision between a train and semi-truck.

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Loaded- iPhone Acts Like A Kindle

Your iPhone may soon mimic Amazon's e-reader, President Obama names the new head of the FCC, and CNET's Molly Wood shows a device that may change the way you feel about Blu-ray players.

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Loaded- iPhone Acts Like A Kindle

Your iPhone may soon mimic Amazon's e-reader, President Obama names the new head of the FCC, and CNET's Molly Wood shows a device that may change the way you feel about Blu-ray players.

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Future Cars Eco Friendly

The 2009 International Geneva Motor Show showcased automakers' cars of the future with a focus on alternative fuels and environmentally friendly driving. CNET U.K.'s Rory Reid reports.

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Future Cars Eco Friendly

The 2009 International Geneva Motor Show showcased automakers' cars of the future with a focus on alternative fuels and environmentally friendly driving. CNET U.K.'s Rory Reid reports.

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Huge Emerald's Owner Dispute

An 800lb. emerald worth millions is under lock and key while a court decides who is the actual owner after it was placed on Ebay, stolen even surviving Hurricane Katrina, reports Julie Chen.

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Huge Emerald's Owner Dispute

An 800lb. emerald worth millions is under lock and key while a court decides who is the actual owner after it was placed on Ebay, stolen even surviving Hurricane Katrina, reports Julie Chen.

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Stock Tips For Uncertain Times

Financial advisor Jill Schlesinger suggests to Harry Smith the best deals and some common sense for people considering going into the stock market in these uncertain times.

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New And Used Car Discounts

Harry Smith spoke with Consumer Reports' Jon Linkov about getting thousands in discounts on new and used cars.

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Stock Tips For Uncertain Times

Financial advisor Jill Schlesinger suggests to Harry Smith the best deals and some common sense for people considering going into the stock market in these uncertain times.

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New And Used Car Discounts

Harry Smith spoke with Consumer Reports' Jon Linkov about getting thousands in discounts on new and used cars.

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Lorentzens Sing From 'Fame'

The Lorentzens are the latest family to compete in "The Early Show Singing Family Face Off. They perform "Out Here On My Own" from the musical "Fame." 70 CBS

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Families To Perform Gospel

In Round 1 of the Singing Family Face Off; the Sledge Grits band will compete against J4 in the gospel song category.

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Lorentzens Sing From 'Fame'

The Lorentzens are the latest family to compete in "The Early Show Singing Family Face Off. They perform "Out Here On My Own" from the musical "Fame." 70 CBS

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Families To Perform Gospel

In Round 1 of the Singing Family Face Off; the Sledge Grits band will compete against J4 in the gospel song category.

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Peays Sing 'Beautiful Things'

The Peay family performs the "Dr. Doolittle" classic "Beautiful Things" for this week's Singing Family Face Off competition.

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Peays Sing 'Beautiful Things'

The Peay family performs the "Dr. Doolittle" classic "Beautiful Things" for this week's Singing Family Face Off competition.

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Kissing's Effect On The Brain

Anthropologist Helen Fisher, author of "Why Him, Why Her," explains what kissing does in the brain to help keep couples together.

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Kissing's Effect On The Brain

Anthropologist Helen Fisher, author of "Why Him, Why Her," explains what kissing does in the brain to help keep couples together.

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Obama 'Bullish' On Bailouts

The president tells critics that his economic plan will shore up markets in the long term, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Peter Orszag from the Office of Management & Budget.

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Obama 'Bullish' On Bailouts

The president tells critics that his economic plan will shore up markets in the long term, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Peter Orszag from the Office of Management & Budget.

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New Bill To Expand FDA

Congress introduced a new bill to give the FDA more muscle after the widespread peanut product salmonella outbreak. Thalia Assuras reports.

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New Bill To Expand FDA

Congress introduced a new bill to give the FDA more muscle after the widespread peanut product salmonella outbreak. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Oswalds Win Round 1

In the round 1 face off between the Boardwine family and the Oswald family, 65 percent of viewers who voted chose the Oswald brothers.

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Oswalds Win Round 1

In the round 1 face off between the Boardwine family and the Oswald family, 65 percent of viewers who voted chose the Oswald brothers.

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Thousands Apply For Dream Job

The Australian government is hiring a caretaker for an island off the barrier reef. The pay is $95,000 and job requirements include counting turtles and watching whales. Richard Roth reports.

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Thousands Apply For Dream Job

The Australian government is hiring a caretaker for an island off the barrier reef. The pay is $95,000 and job requirements include counting turtles and watching whales. Richard Roth reports.

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Right Time To Buy A Home

Julie Chen spoke with Conde Naste Portfolio's Joanne Lipman about the great incentives available for prospective home buyers.

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Right Time To Buy A Home

Julie Chen spoke with Conde Naste Portfolio's Joanne Lipman about the great incentives available for prospective home buyers.

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Evening Out Stretch Marks

Julie Chen spoke with Dermatologist Dr. Jeanine Downie about the most effective ways to get rid of stretch marks.

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Evening Out Stretch Marks

Julie Chen spoke with Dermatologist Dr. Jeanine Downie about the most effective ways to get rid of stretch marks.

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Blind Teen Shoots And Scores

California teenager Jimmy Albright suffers from a medical condition which has left him legally blind, although that hasn't stopped his dreams of playing basketball. CBS News' Brandon Scott reports.

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Blind Teen Shoots And Scores

California teenager Jimmy Albright suffers from a medical condition which has left him legally blind, although that hasn't stopped his dreams of playing basketball. CBS News' Brandon Scott reports.

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Chutes And Ladders

A new office building in northern England is offering a way to keep spirits up in tough economic times. As Mark Phillips reports, there's no need for an elevator when you can take the slide.

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Chutes And Ladders

A new office building in northern England is offering a way to keep spirits up in tough economic times. As Mark Phillips reports, there's no need for an elevator when you can take the slide.

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Cleaning Up Toxic Assets

There's a radical idea that may be the solution to cleaning up the mortgage mess. As Anthony Mason reports, some investors are buying the toxic home mortgages banks are actively looking to unload.

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Cleaning Up Toxic Assets

There's a radical idea that may be the solution to cleaning up the mortgage mess. As Anthony Mason reports, some investors are buying the toxic home mortgages banks are actively looking to unload.

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Levy Murder Suspect Details

Police now say that Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique is responsible for the death of Chandra Levy, an intern who disappeared near her Washington, D.C. home nearly 8 years ago. Bob Orr reports.

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Levy Murder Suspect Details

Police now say that Salvadoran immigrant Ingmar Guandique is responsible for the death of Chandra Levy, an intern who disappeared near her Washington, D.C. home nearly 8 years ago. Bob Orr reports.

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Breeding Terror In Minneapolis

U.S. officials have become concerned over some 20 U.S. citizens who have joined Somalia's Civil War. As Dean Reynolds reports, these Minneapolis residents could bring their skills stateside.

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Breeding Terror In Minneapolis

U.S. officials have become concerned over some 20 U.S. citizens who have joined Somalia's Civil War. As Dean Reynolds reports, these Minneapolis residents could bring their skills stateside.

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Educap's Luxury Jet Fiasco

Student loan charity Educap is under investigation for alleged abuse of its tax-exempt status. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, details of their biggest perk, a $31 million luxury jet, have surfaced.

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Educap's Luxury Jet Fiasco

Student loan charity Educap is under investigation for alleged abuse of its tax-exempt status. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, details of their biggest perk, a $31 million luxury jet, have surfaced.

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Bernanke On AIG

After taxpayers were forced to spend another $30 billion to bail out AIG, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke lashed out at the insurance giant. Katie Couric reports.

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Bernanke On AIG

After taxpayers were forced to spend another $30 billion to bail out AIG, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke lashed out at the insurance giant. Katie Couric reports.

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Obama Faces Economic Freefall

In a sea of deepening economic concerns, President Obama remained confident and optimistic that his economic plan will work and is focused on the long-term effects. Chip Reid reports.

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Obama Faces Economic Freefall

In a sea of deepening economic concerns, President Obama remained confident and optimistic that his economic plan will work and is focused on the long-term effects. Chip Reid reports.

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Russia Opposes U.S. Missiles

Diplomatic tensions have escalated as the U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system near Russia. But, as Lara Logan reports, President Obama is trying to mend relations between the two nations.

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Russia Opposes U.S. Missiles

Diplomatic tensions have escalated as the U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system near Russia. But, as Lara Logan reports, President Obama is trying to mend relations between the two nations.

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Notebook- Prison Vs. Parole

State correction system spending is second only to Medicade. As Katie Couric says, this is a drain on tight budgets, but if more money went to parole programs, there would be less repeat offenders.

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Notebook- Prison Vs. Parole

State correction system spending is second only to Medicade. As Katie Couric says, this is a drain on tight budgets, but if more money went to parole programs, there would be less repeat offenders.

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Author On Sandra Avila Beltran

Julio Scherer Garcia, author of "Queen of the Pacific: It's Time To Talk," talks to 60 Minutes about alleged trafficker Sandra Avila Beltran.

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Author On Sandra Avila Beltran

Julio Scherer Garcia, author of "Queen of the Pacific: It's Time To Talk," talks to 60 Minutes about alleged trafficker Sandra Avila Beltran.

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Loaded- Apple Desktops Get A Refresh

Apple refreshes its desktop line, T-Mobile offers its Unlimited Loyalty Plan nationwide, and the company Always Innovating unveils its Touch Book with a removable screen. Mark Licea reports.

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Loaded- Apple Desktops Get A Refresh

Apple refreshes its desktop line, T-Mobile offers its Unlimited Loyalty Plan nationwide, and the company Always Innovating unveils its Touch Book with a removable screen. Mark Licea reports.

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Best Superhero DVD Deals

Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross showed Julie Chen some great superhero DVD options for the whole family.

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Best Superhero DVD Deals

Entertainment Weekly's Dalton Ross showed Julie Chen some great superhero DVD options for the whole family.

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Meet "Dino Man"

Meet a scientist whose considered a "rock star" in the world of paleontology. In the last couple of years, Steve Sweetman has discovered an 48 new species of dinosaurs. Richard Roth reports.

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Meet "Dino Man"

Meet a scientist whose considered a "rock star" in the world of paleontology. In the last couple of years, Steve Sweetman has discovered an 48 new species of dinosaurs. Richard Roth reports.

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Home Health Care For Less

Thermometers can run as high as $40, but at a local drugstore you can get one for around $6. Real Simple Magazine's Kris Connell shows Harry Smith how to not break the bank on home health care.

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Cooking With Potatoes

Bon Apetit magazine's Dede Wilson showed Harry Smith how to use different varieties of potatoes in various dishes.

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Cooking With Potatoes

Bon Apetit magazine's Dede Wilson showed Harry Smith how to use different varieties of potatoes in various dishes.

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Kids Marry In Wedding Of Hope

Planning a wedding is a dream for many little girls. But one girl walked down the aisle much earlier than anyone expected. Dr. Debbye Turner reports.

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Kids Marry In Wedding Of Hope

Planning a wedding is a dream for many little girls. But one girl walked down the aisle much earlier than anyone expected. Dr. Debbye Turner reports.

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Kids Versus Homework

Best Life magazine's Stephen Perrine gave Julie Chen tips on getting kids to do homework.

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Kids Versus Homework

Best Life magazine's Stephen Perrine gave Julie Chen tips on getting kids to do homework.

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Project Runway In Limbo

Entertainment Weekly's Missy Schwartz spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about Bravo reality show Project Runway's embattled TV future.

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Project Runway In Limbo

Entertainment Weekly's Missy Schwartz spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about Bravo reality show Project Runway's embattled TV future.

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Is Your Money Safe?

Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders spoke on the areas of the stock market where it is the safest to invest.

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Is Your Money Safe?

Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders spoke on the areas of the stock market where it is the safest to invest.

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Food As Medicine

Have an upset stomach? Lemon and mint might help. Dietician Samantha Heller advises Maggie Rodriguez on how to find help for common ailments in your refrigerator.

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Food As Medicine

Have an upset stomach? Lemon and mint might help. Dietician Samantha Heller advises Maggie Rodriguez on how to find help for common ailments in your refrigerator.

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Designer Babies?

A fertility doctor says that he can help parents choose a lot more than the baby's gender. Hattie Kauffman reports on the controversy surrounding designer babies.

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Designer Babies?

A fertility doctor says that he can help parents choose a lot more than the baby's gender. Hattie Kauffman reports on the controversy surrounding designer babies.

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Starbucks Adds Value Menu

CBS Exclusive: Harry Smith spoke with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about the company's newly introduced value menu and how they will survive the recession.

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Starbucks Adds Value Menu

CBS Exclusive: Harry Smith spoke with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about the company's newly introduced value menu and how they will survive the recession.

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Holding Out Hope

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Mario Bridges, a close friend of missing NFL player Corey Smith, about what happened before Smith went out to sea on a fishing trip with three other athletes.

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Holding Out Hope

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Mario Bridges, a close friend of missing NFL player Corey Smith, about what happened before Smith went out to sea on a fishing trip with three other athletes.

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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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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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Search For Missing Boaters

Three of the four men who went missing after a weekend fishing trip have not been recovered. One survivor was found but two NFL players and a third man remain lost. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Search For Missing Boaters

Three of the four men who went missing after a weekend fishing trip have not been recovered. One survivor was found but two NFL players and a third man remain lost. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Winter's Not Over Yet

The storm that started in the South slammed much of the Northeast, forcing drivers along I-85 to abandon their cars, causing 4 fatalities and school closings from S.C. to N.H. Dave Price reports.

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Winter's Not Over Yet

The storm that started in the South slammed much of the Northeast, forcing drivers along I-85 to abandon their cars, causing 4 fatalities and school closings from S.C. to N.H. Dave Price reports.

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The Rest Of The Story

Paul Harvey's unique and unforgettable voice delivered the news from coast to coast for over 50 years. Charles Osgood pays tribute to the master storyteller.

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Is TV Good For Baby?

According to a recent study from Children's Hospital Boston, TV viewing has no positive or negative impact on the development of a baby's language or motor skills. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Survivor Found In NFL Saga

One of the four men who went missing after a weekend fishing trip was found alive off Florida's Gulf Coast. Kelly Cobiella reports on the continuing search for two NFL players and a third man.

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Survivor Found In NFL Saga

One of the four men who went missing after a weekend fishing trip was found alive off Florida's Gulf Coast. Kelly Cobiella reports on the continuing search for two NFL players and a third man.

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Student Loan Lender Under Fire

A non-profit student loan charity, Educap, is being investigated for pocketing millions of dollars while charging students very high interest rates. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Student Loan Lender Under Fire

A non-profit student loan charity, Educap, is being investigated for pocketing millions of dollars while charging students very high interest rates. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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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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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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AIG Receives Billions More

The insurance giant AIG blew through $189,000 a minute last year despite their $150 billion bailout. If AIG is such a money drain, why did the fed hand out another $30 billion? Nancy Cordes reports.

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AIG Receives Billions More

The insurance giant AIG blew through $189,000 a minute last year despite their $150 billion bailout. If AIG is such a money drain, why did the fed hand out another $30 billion? Nancy Cordes reports.

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Missing Boater Found Alive

As the search continues for 2 missing NFL players, Nick Schuyler was found clinging to an overturned boat and rescued off Fla.'s Gulf Coast. The former University of South Florida football player told rescuers that the 21-foot boat capsized in rough seas.

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Notebook- Going Hungry

Applications for the Food Stamp Program in the U.S. are growing. As Katie Couric reports, there's no shame in reaching out for the help you need to feed your children.

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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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Loaded- Smells Fishy

Amazon gives in to the Authors Guild over text-to-speech, Skype has a new option for cheap overseas calls, and how a cell phone ends up in a bag of chips or a fish's belly.

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Photographing Snowflakes

For some, snow is another winter weather annoyance but, as Ben Tracy reports, Kenneth Libbrecht has found the unique beauty in snowflakes and is the subject's preeminent photographer.

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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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March Roars With Snow Storm

Up to a foot of snow is expected in some places along the Eastern U.S. The storm also brought tornadoes to the southeast, reports Dave Price.

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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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Beat Sweeteners

Beat Sweeteners

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Stimulus Bridge

Stimulus Bridge

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Wednesday Gibbs and Takes 3/4/09

Wednesday Gibbs and Takes 3/4/09

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Vilsack on Bush Admin. Contracts

Vilsack on Bush Admin. Contracts

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Brown: Obama gave "renewed hope" to the world

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Brown: Obama gave "renewed hope" to the world

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Brown: Obama gave "renewed hope" to the world

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Sir Edward Kennedy

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Ensign- "Pig of a bill"

Ensign: "pig of a bill"

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Rush dominates the news

Evolution of Rush/Steele

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Obama rips Bush on defense contractors

Obama rips Bush on defense contractors

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Obama disses "cable chatter"

Obama disses "cable chatter"

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WH crackdown on wasteful spending

WH cracksdown on wasteful spending

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Morning Show Roundup 3/4/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/4/09

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Six Questions With Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina

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Ending Don't Ask, Don't Tell

http://thinkprogress.org/2009/03/03/tauscher-end-dadt/ Rep. Ellen Tauscher (D-CA) proposed repealing the military's ?on't Ask, Don't Tell?policy, which prohibits gay men and women from serving openly. Speaking at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Tauscher said that ?here is one last, final barrier that we need to tear down.??e need to end the `Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' policy,?she said. In an interview with ThinkProgress after her speech, Tauscher responded to skeptics who think that working to repeal the ban is a ?nife fight?that ?o president wants to get into,?saying that ?imes have changed dramatically?and that ? lot has happened since 1993,?when the policy was enacted: TAUSCHER: So, I think that there's, a lot has happened since 1993 and I think that even though the atmospherics look the same, a brand new president, you know, at a time when the Republicans are critical of whatever he's doing, I think that what our job is is to inform people about the current state of affairs. And that is that 75 percent of the American people believe that this is the wrong policy. And that we have a lot of people behind us. And I think Colin Powell, you know that we know that Colin Powell has changed his mind, so I think if we put our package together of information, we do a good job of doing that, I think that people will move along with it. We asked Tauscher if her legislation would be a ?est?for Republicans like Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), who said on ABC yesterday that ?he Republican Party has to return to be one of inclusion, not exclusion.?Tauscher responded that ?hey're tested every day,?but that she's ?ot sure that they're doing well.?She added that they're locked in by their ?heir very rigid far right?who push arguments that ?ook more like bigotry and fearmongering.?The military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy has been a miserable failure, accomplishing the opposite of what its champions promised. It has resulted in skyrocketing disch

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Feingold, McCain rail against earmarks

Feingold, McCain rail against earmarks

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Getting Out of Iraq - The Obama Plan- ASK THE EXPERT



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DCCC Launches "I'm Sorry, Rush"

DCCC Launches "I'm Sorry, Rush"

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Steele dominates morning shows

Steele on Today: "A lot of popcorn"

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Steele- "A lot of popcorn"

Steele: "A lot of popcorn"

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POLITICO Playback 3/4/09

POLITICO Playback 3/4/09

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Stock Tips For Uncertain Times

Financial advisor Jill Schlesinger suggests to Harry Smith the best deals and some common sense for people considering going into the stock market in these uncertain times.

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Obama 'Bullish' On Bailouts

The president tells critics that his economic plan will shore up markets in the long term, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Peter Orszag from the Office of Management & Budget.

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Clinton vows to work towards Palestinian state

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Israel to allow more aid into Gaza, blasted its plans for razing houses in east Jerusalem and vowed to work towards a Palestinian state during a visit to the West Bank.

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Tensions grow as Sudan prepares for Beshir warrant

The International Criminal Court sought the arrest Wednesday of Sudan's President Omar al-Beshir for war crimes in Darfur, issuing the first ever warrant against a sitting head of state.

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Human rights NGOs welcome ICC's decision

Human rights NGOs around the world have welcomed the International Criminal Court's decision to indict Sudan's President Omar al-Beshir for war crimes in Darfur.

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Mexico Violence a Boon to Armored Car Industry

The drug violence in Mexico has gotten so bad that booming numbers of Mexican and American professionals are having their cars fitted with armor, bulletproof glass and James Bond-style gadgets. (March 4)

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Engineer Invited Teen to Operate Locomotive

The engineer of a commuter train that crashed and killed 25 people in California last year planned to let a teenage railroad fan operate the locomotive on the night of the collision. (March 3)

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Obama Orders Overhaul of Government Contracting

President Barack Obama is changing how government contracts are awarded and who can get them. The president says the move will make the process more competitive and will save taxpayers up to $40 billion a year. (March 4)

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Power From the People, Right on the Sidewalk

An Israeli company is looking to harness energy created by people and vehicles and turn it into electricity. (March 4)

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Arrest Warrant Issued for Sudan's President

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur. (March 4)

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Britain's Leader Warns Against US Protectionism

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says an 'economic hurricane' has swept the world and leaders of the United States should not think that it's confined to America's borders. (March 4)

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Oh, Deer- Couple Cozies Up to 'Baby' in Home

Baby the wild deer has adopted a family in Michigan, coming and going as she pleases, stepping inside their kitchen to feast on goat milk and other snacks. (March 4)

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NJ Insurance Workers' Win $216M

It may go down as the best memo Bob Space ever wrote: "We won the big one!" He sent it Wednesday morning to nine fellow employees at an insurance company in central New Jersey who may soon share a $216 million Mega Millions jackpot. (March 4)

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Chimp Victim May Have Brain Damage

Hospital officials in Ohio say a Connecticut woman mauled by a chimpanzee two weeks ago lost her hands, nose, lips and eyelids and may be blind and suffering brain damage. (March 4)

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N.y./region- The Rockefeller Drug Laws

The New York State Assembly is set to pass legislation to repeal much of what remains of the '70s-era drug laws.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Arrest Warrant for Sudan's Leader

The International Criminal Court charged Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir with war crimes and takes a few wobbly steps towards accountability for casualties of Bashir's brutal tactics.

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T Magazine- Profile In Style- Justin Timberlake

What does a former bubble-gum-pop star do after dating Britney and grinding with Madonna? He starts his own clothing line, of course. Exclusive music: Justin Timberlake and Mike Elizondo.

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Bloggingheads- bloggingheads- Unemployed Husbands

Rebecca Traister, left, of Salon and Emily Bazelon of Slate discuss the recession's effect on gender and housework.

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- The Tribeca Ball

Melena Ryzik reports from a benefit for the New York Academy of Art in Tribeca.

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Africa- Stronger Than Ever

President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan, accused of orchestrating the genocide in Darfur, is finding support among his former enemies.

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Money Minute- Beige Book, FDIC, Oil

The Federal Reserve's new snapshot of nationwide business activity showed the economic picture darkening over the last two months and revealed little hope for a quick turnaround. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 4)

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Obama's Agenda Comes With Risks, Rewards

President Barack Obama is rolling an ambitious agenda, tackling everything from Iraq to healthcare. The AP's Julie Pace looks at the risks and rewards of Obama's first moves. (March 4)

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Facing Foreclosure, Paula Stein Struggels to Find Work

For several months, Paula has been without unemployment benefits. After working as an office manager for 30 years, this Richmond resident is struggling to find a job in an economic climate that is making the task all but impossible. She is coming dangerously close to losing her house.

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Slight Increase in U.S. Satisfaction

Despite continuing economic turmoil, satisfaction with the way things are going in the United States averaged 17% in February of this year, up from 12% in December of last year.

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Your Money- Avoiding Investment Scams

As the economy continues to deteriorate, a number of investment scams have been uncovered. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney looks at a few tools available to help you avoid getting ripped off. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 4)

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March 4- Stocks Jump After Days of Heavy Selling

Buyers jumped back into stocks Wednesday on hopes that government aid will help the world's largest economies halt their slide. (March 4)

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Marine Corps Punishes 13 for San Diego Jet Crash

The pilot of a malfunctioning military jet that crashed into a San Diego neighborhood and killed four was offered the chance shortly before impact to land on a runway with an approach over open water, federal records showed Tuesday. (March 3)

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Gandhi Great-Grandson- Can't Buy Auction Items

The great-grandson of Mohandas K. Gandhi said on Tuesday that he had failed to collect enough funds to buy a rare collection of the Indian independence leader's personal items that are up for auction and bring them back to India. (March 3)

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NFL Player's Father 'Won't Give Up Hope'

Bruce Cooper, the father of Oakland Raiders linebacker Marquis Cooper, said it was 'very emotional' after learning the Coast Guard called off the search for his son and two others. (March 3)

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Can the US Win in Afghanistan?

President Barack Obama has ordered 17,000 more U.S. troops to help fight the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Can the U.S. prevail where others, including the Russians, have failed? (March 4)

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Judge, Defendant Spar During Sentencing

A man convicted of shooting at police in Washington State got angry in court and was told to shut his mouth by a judge who sentenced him to 120 years in prison, then apologized to anyone who was offended. (March 4)

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Cricket Ref- Pakistan Police Fled During Ambush

A British referee accused police of abandoning him and other match officials in the deadly ambush of the Sri Lankan cricket team, as officers said their manhunt Wednesday for the attackers was making little headway. (March 4)

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Police Respond to Octuplet Home Several Times

Calif. police say they've visited the homes of octuplet mom Nadya Suleman several times in the last 14 months to respond to complaints about lost, trapped or poorly cared for children. (March 4)

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Matt Damon Tours South African Refugee Camp

Actor Matt Damon visited refugee centres in Musina on the South African border with Zimbabwe as part of his work with the human rights organization he started with a number of other celebrities. (March 4)

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Clinton- Israeli Home Demolitions 'Unhelpful'

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday promised vigorous and personal involvement in stalled Mideast peace efforts and criticized Israel's demolition of Palestinian homes in Jerusalem as "unhelpful." (March 4)

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British PM Brown to Address Congress

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is taking his message of faith in free markets to the U.S. Congress, where lawmakers have been eager to protect American businesses against foreign competition. (March 4)

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Jury Convicts Man in Toddler Video Sex Case

A man, tracked down after a video of him sexually assaulting a 2-year-old girl was found in the Nevada desert, was convicted Tuesday of that attack and another on a 6-year-old. (March 3)

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Indictment in Beating Death of Immigrant in NYC

Two men accused of killing an Ecuadorean immigrant while shouting anti-Hispanic and anti-gay slurs are now charged with additional crimes that could send them to prison for 78 years if convicted. (March 3)

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Cold Cases Reopened After Bodies Found in Desert

The bones of at least 13 people have been uncovered on the site of an abandoned housing development, leading authorities to re-examine cases involving missing prostitutes. (March 3)

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California's Water Woes Worsen

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a state drought emergency asking residents to cut their water use by 20 percent. As AP Correspondent Haven Daley explains, the drought is having the biggest impact on farmers. (March 3)

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Man Accused of Beheading Pleads Not Guilty

A man accused of beheading and cannibalizing a passenger on a Greyhound bus apologized to police when he was arrested and begged officers to kill him. Tuesday, Vince Li was in court and entered a not guilty plea. (March 3)

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Neb. Man Says He Put Cat in Bong 3 Times

A man who stuffed his girlfriend's cat into a makeshift bong and smoked marijuana through it said Tuesday that he had done it on other occasions and that it calmed the cat down. (March 3)

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Pakistan's cricketing future in doubt

The attacks against the Sri Lankan cricket team could have serious consequences for Pakistan's image as a centre for international cricket.

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Historic arrest warrant for Sudan's Beshir

A historic decision in the Hague, as the International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for Sudan's president, Omar al-Beshir, the first ever for a sitting head of state.

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Pakistan's cricketing future in doubt

Pakistan is worried about the impact of the attacks against the Sri Lankan cricket team on the country's image abroad.

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Gallup Hiring Measure Predicts Increasing Unemployment

Gallup's Net New Hiring Index shows a continuing deterioration in Americs'perception of the job situation at their companies, falling from -4% in January to -6% in February 2009

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Russia Opposes U.S. Missiles

Diplomatic tensions have escalated as the U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system near Russia. But, as Lara Logan reports, President Obama is trying to mend relations between the two nations.

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New Bill To Expand FDA

Congress introduced a new bill to give the FDA more muscle after the widespread peanut product salmonella outbreak. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Never say never ?back skiing after a car crash

Losing the use of your legs might put most people off throwing themselves down mountains. But not Zelie.

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Beijing university graduates struggle to find jobs

A total of 6.1 million university students are expected to graduate from Chinese universities this year. But job prospects are increasingly limited.

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Pakistan worried about its image after attacks on cricket team

Pakistan faces a bleak cricketing future with New Zealand cancelling a planned tour following attacks on the Sri Lankan cricket team. The country is now worried about its image.

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