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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Time To Talk To The Taliban?

Pres. Obama is signaling a possible strategy shift for the War in Afghanistan. As Kimberly Dozier reports, that might also mean new approach to dealing with the Taliban.

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Tribute To Teddy

Ailing Sen. Ted Kennedy (D Mass.) is being honored with a belated birthday gala at the Kennedy Center and will receive an award named in honor of his brother, John F. Kennedy. Nancy Cordes is there.

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Lay Off T.V.

As the unemployment rate in Mass. stands at 7.4%, the state s highest rate in 16 years, Boston s unemployed have taken to the airwaves in an effort to market their job skills. Russ Mitchell reports.

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A Little Faith Goes A Long Way

Parishioners at Mary Immaculate Church in LA's San Fernando Valley have decided it s all just a matter of faith when it comes to facing foreclosure. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Pastor Killed In Ill. Shooting

During a service at the First Baptist Church of Maryville in Ill., a 27 year-old man shot and killed the church s pastor as well as stabbed two congregants and himself. Dean Reynolds has the latest.

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Multiple Personalities

The mental health illness of Multiple Personality Disorder is a hardship for patients, a fascination to filmmakers, authors and the public and a controversy amongst therapists. Tracy Smith reports.

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National Spirit Leader

Ben Stein thinks the current economic crisis is a crisis of confidence. Roughly 92 percent of Americans are still employed. How about more cheerleading and less fear mongering?

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A History Of Mixed Messages

Bob Schieffer comments on Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton's gag gift to the Russian Foreign Minister and a history of foreign relations blunders.

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Face The Nation, 3.8.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Budget Chief Peter Orszag and Rep. John Boehner about President Obama's stimulus plan and Journalists Kathleen Parker and Michael Fletcher discussed Rush Limbaugh.

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Limbaugh Wrangles Feathers

Bob Schieffer spoke with syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker and The Washington Post's Michael Fletcher about radio host Rush Limbaugh's controversial comments and opposition to the budget.

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The Great Stimulus Debate

Bob Schieffer spoke with Budget Chief Peter Orszag about President Obama's stimulus package and its effect on the stock market. Congressman John Boehner offered a Republican viewpoint.

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Brooks- time to 'move on' from Reagan

Brooks: time to 'move on' from Reagan

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Sunday show roundup

Sunday show roundup

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Sunday show roundup

Sunday show roundup

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GOP aims to get past Rush 'distraction

GOP aims to get past Rush 'distraction'

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Newt in 2012?

Newt in 2012?

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Newt- Rush is not GOP leader

Newt: Rush in not GOP leader

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Boehner- Rush flap 'created by the WH'

Boehner: Rush flap 'created by the WH'

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Shelby on closing Citi- "whatever"

Shelby on closing Citi: "whatever"

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WH to GOP- "There they go again"

WH to GOP: "There they go again"

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McCain on daughter's love life

McCain on daughter's love life

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McCain- Rush "a distraction"

McCain: Rush "a distraction"

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Washington Week in Photos- Walk With Me

One short walk at the White House featuring President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown was the focus of photographers in Washington this past week. (March 8)

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Karzai Accepts August 20th Elections

Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he accepts the recent decision by the country's election commission to hold the presidential vote on August 20. (March 7)

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San Diego Zoo Debuts Baby Gorilla

The public is getting its first look at a baby western lowland gorilla at the San Diego Zoo. Frank was born at the zoo in September and introduced to the public on Friday. (March 8)

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Two British Soldiers Dead in N. Ireland Attack

Two British soldiers were shot to death and four other people were wounded in a drive-by ambush Saturday night that politicians blamed on Irish Republican Army dissidents. (Mar. 8)

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Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Begins in Alaska

A party atmosphere swirled around Alaska's largest city at the start of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Saturday, when 67 mushers and more than 1,000 dogs set their sights for Nome. (March 8)

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School Gets 700 Applicants for Janitorial Job

Evidence of the slumping economy is stacking up at an Ohio school which has nearly 700 applications for one open janitorial job. (March 7)

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Kenyan women dominate milk trade

In the nomadic herding communities of Kenya's rural northeast, women are rarely educated, have few rights and even fewer professional opportunities. But despite evident hardship, some are finding their place as productive members of the community - by taking an active role in the traditional trade in camel milk.

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Seized Israeli soldier's parents increase pressure on government

It's been almost 1000 days since Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit, was seized by Gaza militants. His parents have moved into a tent outside interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's house to pressure the government to do more to free him.

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Women in Morocco still steps behind men

In 2004 Morocco's King Mohammed IV undertook what has become one of the most radical reforms in Muslim North Africa -- a new book of family law. It dramatically increases women's rights. But as many have found, laws are easier to change than practice.

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The Queen of Arab rap

Nothing in her life fated Lynn Fatouh to a career as a rap singer. Born into a consrvative Muslim family in Beirut, the 23-year-old is now recording alongside stars like 50 Cent, Eminem and Snoop Dogg. Her first album, attests to her ability to cut through male-dominated cultures - in the Arab world and the world of rap to make a name for herself.

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Dalai Lama leads prayer ceremony

As Tibet's revered spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, prepares to mark 50 years in exile, a special prayer ceremony is held on Sunday in Dharamshala for those killed in the March 2008 uprising. Tibet's government-in-exile says 200 Tibetans were killed in the crackdown following last year's protests. China says police killed one "insurgent" and blamed Tibetan "rioters" for 21 deaths.

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Vows- Vows- Heather & Victor

Heather Lynn Floyd and Victor Fidel Escamilla met through Yahoo! Personals. They've decided to celebrate their 10th anniversary by getting married on the exact date they first met.

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U.S., U.K. Troops to Begin Iraq Pullout by Sept.

U.S. officials say 12,000 American troops will leave Iraq by September along with another 4,000 British troops. As part of the drawdown, the U.S. is handing over 74 facilities and areas under its control to the Iraqis by the end of March. (March 8)

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Pope to Visit Holy Land in May

Pope Benedict XVI said Sunday he would visit the Holy Land from May 8-15 in the first papal trip to the area since 2000. (March 8)

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Senators Lindsey, Graham Clash Over Bailout

Despite recent presidential appeals for bipartisanship in dealing with the economy, both Republican and Democratic Senators took predictable stances reacting to the Obama administration's stimulus and budget plans before Congress. (March 8)

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