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Friday, March 6, 2009

The Wildcard, 03.06.09

Only On The Web: Catch light hearted headlines like the ugly cat and a pet deer in this week's Wildcard with Cali Carlin.

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The Collection Of Collections

Steve Hartman meets 39-year-old Andrew Novick, who has spent his entire life accumulating literally thousands of random objects such as cereal dust, sleeping bags, and a very old retainer.

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Invasion Of The Squids!

The population of the Humboldt Squid, which has 6-feet-long tentacles and weighs up to 100 pounds, has soared along the California coast line. John Blackstone reports on this scientific mystery.

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Obama To Lift Stem Cell Ban

In a shift of policies, Pres. Obama is expected to sign an executive order which will reverse restrictions on stem cell research previously set by former Pres. George W. Bush. Chip Reid reports.

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Creating White Collar Work

Over a million white collar jobs are expected to be created by the new stimulus plan, which could provide a significant boost to the nation?s weakening economy. Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles.

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Virtual 'Realty'

Just as some individuals find dates online, some homeowners are now turning to the web as a means of trading real estate. Kelly Wallace reports on this new Internet phenomenon.

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Unemployed Await Stimulus Jobs

Many unemployed Americans are eagerly anticipating the expected creation of numerous jobs as the U.S. government prepares various projects nationwide. Jeff Glor reports from Philadelphia.

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Help Not Wanted

The "underemployment" rate has now reached nearly 15 percent, as millions of Americans struggle to find work. And, as Anthony Mason reports, experts say that the economic forecast remains bleak.

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Notebook- Online Dr. Reviews

The medical community has expressed concern over web sites which allow patients to rate their medical performances. Katie Couric says that proper steps must be taken in order ensure anonymity.

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Facebook For Adults?

As online social networking gains more and more popularity, many older adults have now acquired accounts for sites such as Facebook. K-VAL s Jennifer Winters reports from Eugene, Oregon.

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This Week in Video

Week In Video: March 1-6, 2009

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Eyewitness to History- Inauguration Voices

Voices from those who came to DC from around the nation to witness Barack Obama's inauguration.

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Nation's Governors Spar Over Stimulus Bill Funds

As the nation's governors meet in Washington for their annual Winter meeting, a battle is brewing over president Obama's $787 billion stimulus package.

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POLITICO Playbook

Mike Allen's POLITICO Playbook

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Rush- Kennedy won't live to see reform

Rush: Kennedy won't live to see reform

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Washington Unplugged 03.06.09

Nancy Cordes gets the low down on healthcare reform and talks to Senator Coburn and the White House s Christina Romer. Also, Travis Ulerick, who was invited to the White House Thursday.

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McCain Twittering?

McCain Twittering?

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To Tweet Or Not To Tweet

The Early Show anchors start tweeting on and about Twitter with Sci-Tech correspondent Daniel Sieberg who offers some do's and don'ts.

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Chocolate Past And Present

Chocolate has become sweet inspiration for meals, treats ever since it became popular in the 18th century. Now it's also a popular color in home d cor.

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Julie Chen On 'The Unit'

The Early Show co-anchor Julie Chen plays herself in an upcoming episode of the CBS drama and offers a sneak peek behind the scenes.

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Staying Healthy Under Stress

Radio host Joy Browne talks to Harry Smith about focusing only on your own problems so you don't get worried sick over issues you cannot fix.

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Money Experts Take Questions

Viewers get their questions answered by financial experts Ray Martin and Jill Schlesinger.

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Unemployment Keeps Rising

As unemployment continues to rise, stock prices are hitting levels not seen in more than a decade, reports Priya David. Maggie Rodriguez talks to financial expert Doreen Mogavero.

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Obama-bilia is Big Business in DC, Throughout Nation

Obama-themed merchandise is fueling a mini-economic boom in the Washington souvenir trade, keyed to the election of Obama and his January 20 inauguration.

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More Bad Than Good in Inaugural Speech History

Barack Obama has only a handful of memorable inaugural speeches to study as he prepares for his address on Jan. 20.

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Eyewitness to History- Inauguration Voices

Voices from those who came to DC from around the nation to witness Barack Obama's inauguration.

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Nation's Governors Spar Over Stimulus Bill Funds

As the nation's governors meet in Washington for their annual Winter meeting, a battle is brewing over president Obama's $787 billion stimulus package.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- And A Gov. Shall Lead Them

Republicans are looking for someone to lead them back to power. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says a governor just might be the one to do it.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- And A Gov. Shall Lead Them

Republicans are looking for someone to lead them back to power. CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says a governor just might be the one to do it.

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Clinton to Russia- Reset or Overcharge?

Clinton to Russia: Reset or Overcharge?

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Daily Show meets WH press

Daily Show - White House Press

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Obama in Columbus at Police Graduation

Obama in Columbus at Police Graduation

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Obama in Columbus at police graduation

Obama in Columbus at Police Graduation

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Romer makes the rounds

Romer makes the rounds

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Morning Show Roundup 3/6/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/6/09

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Trump Talks Economy

Donald Trump, the mogul whose company famously went bankrupt in the 1990s, speculates to Harry Smith on jobs, bailouts and housing.

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Noonan- "Diversity... ought to be subordinate"

Noonan: "Diversity... ought to be subordinate"

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Noonan- "Diversity... ought to be subordinate"

Noonan: "Diversity... ought to be subordinate"

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Gupta withdraws Surgeon General bid

Sanjay Gupta turns down Surgeon General post

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Gupta withdraws Surgeon General bid

Sanjay Gupta withdraws Surgeon General bid

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POLITICO Playback 3/6/09

POLITICO Playback 3/6/09

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Ingraham challenges Michelle to arm wrestle

Ingraham challenges Michelle to arm wrestle

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FBI Warns Of Job Scams

The Better Business Bureau is receiving more complaints of phony businesses taking money for promising info on jobs, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Evening News Online, 03.05.09

Thursday: Pres. Obama aims for universal health care, with the help of other politicans; Plus, shares of Citigroup stocks sink below a dollar; And, the first 100 "grays" in office.

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Millions Flock To Find Jobs

As the worldwide economic crisis causes even more mass layoffs, more and more unemployed Americans are desperately attempting to find some source of income. Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles.

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Colon Cancer Report Card

Your chances on surviving colon cancer may depend on your state's insurance law covering screenings. Dr. Jon LaPook looks at a new report card ranking where you live.

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Going Gray In Washington

Most presidents take on an internal burden that comes with being the nation's Commander-in-Chief, but for many the stress ages them years beyond their age. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Michelle Visits A Soup Kitchen

CBS News RAW: Michelle Obama visited a soup kitchen in Washington, D.C. to help volunteers dish out a nutritious meal.

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Health Care Coverage For All

President Obama has set universal health care coverage for all Americans as a central priority for his administration. And, as Chip Reid reports, this could be an expensive goal to reach.

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Madoff Scam Worth $50 Billion?

Top SEC officials have told CBS News that based on phony profits Bernard Madoff's $50 billion scam might be considerably less; a small consolation to his many victims. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Citigroup Stocks Plummet

Formerly one of the nation's most prominent banks, Citigroup's stocks have now fallen to less than $1 per share. As Anthony Mason reports, this is yet another major blow for Wall Street.

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Economic Pessimism Envelops Upper-Income Echelon

In a reversal from a year ago, Gallup's Consumer Mood Index for February finds that the upper-income Americans are now more pessimistic about the economy than lower-income Americans

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The Minimalist- Green Potatoes From Liguria

Mark Bittman introduces a new take on an old favorite.

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N.y./region- They'll Take the Bronx

Bono and the band played a free concert for Fordham students during a live performance on "Good Morning America. 7357 New York Times

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Business- Searching for Work and Not Giving Up

Three unemployed New Yorkers look for work as more than 4.4 million Americans have lost their jobs since the recession started in December 2007.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- The Obama Recession?

Jane Hamsher, left, of Firedoglake and Conn Carroll of the Heritage Foundation debate whether President Obama is to blame for deepening the economic crisis.

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City Room- From Hard Knocks to Hard Ball

Beset by a hard-knock childhood, Carlos Suarez, 22, wants to play pro ball. The renowned baseball manager Bobby Valentine took a look at his game recently and told him he has what it takes.

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Jobless Rate 8.1 Percent, Biggest Bolt Since '83

The nation's unemployment rate bolted to 8.1 percent in February, the highest since late 1983, as cost-cutting employers slashed 651,000 jobs. Both figures were worse than analysts expected. (March 6)

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March 6- Stocks End Mixed After Jobs Report

Investors have gotten used to bad news, but monthly layoffs topping 600,000 still made for a volatile day on Wall Street. (March 6)

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Jobless Rate Bolts to 8.1 Percent

The nation's unemployment rate bolted to 8.1 percent in February, the highest since late 1983, as cost-cutting employers slashed 651,000 jobs. (March 6)

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Obama Won't 'Accept' Cycle of Job Loss

President Barack Obama says he won't accept a cycle of job loss in the U.S. The president spoke to police recruits in Ohio who were on the brink of unemployment until the stimulus bill passed. (March 6)

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Ashes Plan for Eternal Gators Fans

A proposal in the state Legislature would grant exemptions to Florida's 11 public universities so they could build what's called columbariums, a structure where ashes of alumni could be interred. (March 6)

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Protestor Slimes British Business Secretary

An environmental activist threw a green liquid in British Business Secretary Peter Mandelson's to protest his support of government plans to build a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport. (March 6)

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First Person- GM Workers Watch As Finances Dim

General Motors workers in Michigan talk about the state of the company's finances as talk of bankruptcy rises. (March 6)

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Clinton Welcomes a 'Fresh Start' With Russia

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has predicted that the U.S. and Russia will complete a new strategic arms reduction treaty by the end of this year and that Moscow and Washington can find common ground on other issues. (March 6)

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U.S. Gift to Russia Lost in Translation

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton gave Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with a 'reset button,' however the Russian-language label had the wrong word, and read 'overcharged' instead of 'reset.' (March 6)

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Hunt on for Ohio Gunman Who Killed 5

Police searched Friday for a newlywed suspected of killing his wife, his sister-in-law and three young children in one of the city's most horrific shootings in years. (March 6)

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Your Money- Author David Bach

David Bach, a personal finance expert sits down with AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney to discuss his new book, "Fight for Your Money". (March. 6) 4269

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Your Money- Author David Bach

David Bach, a personal finance expert sits down with AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney to discuss his new book, "Fight for Your Money". (March. 6)

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Gupta Withdraws From Surgeon General Search

CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta won't be the next surgeon general, the Obama administration confirmed Thursday. (March 5)

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Dad Pleads Guilty in Kids' Deaths, Wants to Die

A father accused of tossing his four young children to their deaths from a coastal Alabama bridge pleaded guilty Thursday and told a state judge he wants to be put to death. (March 5)

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Illinois Sheriff Sues Craigslist Over Sex Ads

Cook County, Illinois' sheriff has filed a lawsuit against Craigslist, saying the popular online classifieds site not only allows the solicitation of prostitution but has actively created "the largest source of prostitution in America." (March 5)

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Calif. High Court Weighs Same-sex Marriage Ban

As thousands demonstrated outside, California Supreme Court justices weighed the arguments on whether the voters' decision to ban same-sex marriage was a denial of fundamental rights. (March 5)

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Foreclosure Counseling, a Growing Industry

More often than not, credit counselors on the phone with distressed homeowners were probably mortgage brokers who dealt in subprime loans. The AP's John Mone visited one such call center in southern California's foreclosure country. (March 5)

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Louvre explores Ancient Egyptian cult of afterlife

The Louvre Museum has combined treasures from its vast collection of Ancient Egyptian art with works from the British Museum for a powerhouse exhibition exploring visions of the afterlife across 5,000 years of civilisation.

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Ageing Tibetan exiles fated never to return home

For elderly Tibetans living in exile in Dharamshala, the 50th anniversary of the 1959 uprising comes with the somber realisation they may never see their home again.

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How Long With Americans Stay Patient on Economy?

Thus far, notoriously impatient Americans seem willing to give President Barack Obama time to turn the economy around. The AP's Julie Pace looks at how long that patience will last. (March 6)

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Judge Rules Man Not Responsible for Beheading

A Canadian judge has ruled a Chinese immigrant accused of beheading and cannibalizing a passenger aboard a Greyhound bus last year is not criminally responsible for his actions because of mental illness. (March 6)

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Gandhi's Personal Items Sold for $1.8M

An Indian businessman paid $1.8 million at an auction on Thursday for a trove of Gandhi's personal items, including the bowl from which he ate his final meal. The sale went ahead despite the seller trying to withdraw at the last minute. (March 5)

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File footage of Dalai Lama's flight into exile in India

Tibetans are preparing to mark the 50th anniversary of a failed uprising against Beijing on March 10, 1959. File footage of the young Dalai Lama and of his flight into exile in India.

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Chris Brown Appears in Court on Felony Charges

Singer Chris Brown appeared in court Thursday afternoon and postponed until next month his arraignment on charges of assault likely to cause great bodily injury and making criminal threats. The 19-year-old remains free on $50,000 bail. (March 5)

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Small Business Booms in Economic Downturn

The operator of a Texas based consignment business says her sales are up about 25-percent even as many of her peers struggle to stay afloat. (March 5)

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Clinton cheered at European Parliament

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received hearty cheers at the European Parliament in Brussels, where she arrived for talks on Friday.

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In hard times, Turks hock antique heirlooms

In Istanbul's antiques markets, there's no shortage of stock. One result of the financial downturn has been the number of people getting rid of their old belongings in return for money.

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'Pop Idol' for the Islamic world

It's a bit like "American Idol" or "Pop Idol". But on Egypt's "We Hear Your Voice", wannabe stars from across the Arab-speaking world aim to top the charts... of Islamic singing. The catch? All lyrics have to refer to Islam..

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King of Pop plans comeback

Pop megastar, Michael Jackson says the wait is over. He plans to return to the stage after years of silence. This comes four years after a highly publiczed child abuse trial ended.

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US still supports Georgia despite Russia talks- Clinton

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is staging talks in Geneva with her Russian counterpart intended to bolster bilateral relations, but she has also used her European visit to reiterate Washington's support for Georgia and other nations in their efforts to govern "without undue interference" from Moscow.

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Darfur rebel speaks out on Al-Beshir

Abdul Wahid Al Nur, a faction leader of the Sudan Liberation Movement, spoke out on Friday in support of the arrest warrant issued against Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir.

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Guinea's feminist poet

Sunday is International Women's Day, a time to celebrate the enormous achievements of women. Guinean Koumantio Zeinab Diallo is an advocate for women's rights, but she is also a highly respected poet. We look at how she uses words to further her cause.

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Slain Suspect Attacked Calif. Judge With Spike

Investigators are trying to figure out how a murder suspect sneaked a 6-inch metal spike into the courtroom where he attacked a judge with the weapon before a detective shot him to death. (March 5)

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AP Exclusive- Inside Michael Vick's Ga. Mansion

Michael Vick's multi-million dollar home near Atlanta is about to be auctioned. A video tour reveals the high life the star quarterback lived before his conviction on dog fighting charges. (March 5)

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5 Killed, Suspect on Loose in Cleveland

Police in Cleveland are searching for a man who shot and killed a woman and four children last night and fled on foot from a westside home. Police say the four children ranged in age from three to 14. (March 6)

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More Losses Cap Tough Week for Asian Stocks

Asian stock markets resumed their downward slide Friday after Wall Street fell to its lowest levels in more than 12 years amid deepening fears about the fate of General Motors Corp. and major financial companies. (March 6)

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