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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Keri Noble's 'Emily'

A singer, songwriter, and pianist who has gained a great deal of critical acclaim, Keri Noble performs her new single "Emily," from her recently released self-titled album.

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Recession Proof Dining

Chef at innovative Boston restaurant Sonsie, Bill Poirier whips up a "Chef On A Shoestring" 3-course-meal for four people, all for under $35. Spinach salad, turkey meatballs, and chocolate ricotta!

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Irish Economy, No Pot Of Gold

Once economically flourishing nations throughout the world have witnessed near market disaster and soaring unemplolyment. Ireland is certainly not an exception. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Dublin.

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Memory Of Champions

Most individuals experience lapses in memory from time to time. But, as Jeff Glor reports, others maintain extraordinary mental skills, as evidenced by the U.S.A. National Memory Championship.

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Eye On Cancer Research

As new studies suggest a link between genetic testing and cancer screenings, Pres. Obama says a cure will be discovered during this time. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Stem Cell Ban Lift Debate

Pres. Obama s reversal of former Pres. George W. Bush s ban on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research has been met with both praise and criticism. Kimberly Dozier reports from Washington.

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Why Some Homeowners Miss Out

Not everyone in danger of losing their homes will benefit from President Obama's proposed foreclosure rescues plans. As Daniel Sieberg reports, many homeowners cannot benefit from government aid.

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U.S. Job Fairs Galore

With millions of layoffs occurring over the span of just the last few months, many Americans are now struggling to find any source of income in this recession. Priya David reports from Rye, New York.

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Obama's Ambitious Agenda

Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley speaks with Jeff Glor about the practicality of President Obama's plans to tackle economic setbacks in addition to other serious issues also facing the nation.

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Under The Radar, 03.07.09

Elderly women in Seoul take up Tae Kwon Do, while Iowa locals build the world?s biggest popcorn ball. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill present this week?s zaniest headlines which can?t be missed.

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Healthy Fast Food Options

As the recession continues, fast food locations serve as a budget-friendly alternative to restaurants. Health Magazine senior editor Frances Largeman-Roth highlights calorie-friendly menu choices.

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When Will The Recession End?

Financial experts Peter Morici, David Wyss, and Jill Schlesinger speak with Erica Hill about the growing U.S. unemployment rate and provide a financial forecast to a predicted end of the recession.

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Obama's Economic Focus

Kimberly Dozier reports on criticisms over Pres. Obama?s list of priorities, ranging from health care to the economy. Dee Dee Myers and Leslie Sanchez also discuss the President?s fiscal policies.

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How A Family Handles Job Loss

In a new Early Show segment, At The Kitchen Table, anchor Erica Hill meets the Goldblatt family who now face realities of sudden unemployment. Finance expert Vera Gibbons offers economic advice.

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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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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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Obama- Crisis Is Time of `great Opportunity'

As the dreadful economic news piles up, President Barack Obama used his weekly address to challenge the nation to not just hang in there but rather to see the hard times as a chance to "discover great opportunity in the midst of great crisis." (March 7)

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Tsvangirai Leaves Hospital After Crash

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai left the hospital bandaged and mourning his wife Saturday after a car crash that his supporters blamed partly on insufficient security provided by President Robert Mugabe. (March 7)

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First Person- At Clock Shop, Springing Ahead

This weekend's time change means an uptick in business for one Virginia clock shop, as the AP's Lee Powell found. Here, the switch to daylight saving time comes one turn of the minute hand at a time. (March 7)

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Clinton- Obama to Visit Turkey Soon

President Barack Obama will visit Turkey soon, making the Muslim nation bridging East and West one of the first foreign stops of his presidency. (March 7)

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New Charges for Twin Brother Ohio Pediatricians

Two Ohio pediatricians who are twin brothers have pleaded not guilty to a slew of charges that they molested and bribed young male patients. (March 7)

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Life Sentece for Former NYC Cops in Mob Case

Two former New York police detectives convicted of moonlighting as contract killers in eight mob hits were sentenced Friday to life in prison after telling a judge they were innocent. (March 7)

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GOP Challenges Obama's Healthcare Plan

Republicans are challenging President Barack Obama's plan to make one health care option the purchase of government-sponsored medical coverage. (March 7)

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Family Calls Off Search for Missing NFL Player

The family of NFL player Marquis Cooper says they have decided to discontinue their search for the 26-year-old man and two friends still missing in the Gulf of Mexico. (March 6)

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Michelle O- Is she Jackie O. material?

The American press has a new icon: a modern, engaged first lady whose ?ook?is crafted by the hottest stylists around.

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NASA launches telescope to seek Earth-like planets

NASA Friday launched the Kepler space telescope atop a Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a three year mission to search for Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy.

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Lawyers- Madoff Plea Could Occur Next Week

Bernard Madoff has taken steps that suggest he could plead guilty as early as next week to charges that he carried out one of the biggest financial frauds in history, lawyers say. (March 6)

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Politics- The Michael Steele Show

He has only been in office a month, but Michael Steele is both higher profile and less predictable than his predecessors.

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Politics- Candidate McCain Back in the Senate

After the election, many wondered which John McCain would return to the Senate: the bipartisan deal-maker, or the surly partisan.

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Africa- Confronting Rape on Zimbabwe's Border

As some women flee from political chaos and economic collapse in Zimbabwe, waiting for them on both sides of the border are gumagumas, men who offer themselves as guides but are actually rapists.

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Front- World | Middle East- Drifting in the Desert

Robert Worth reports on car culture from the street of Saudi Arabia.

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