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Monday, March 9, 2009

No Frills Education

At one branch of Southern New Hampshire University, students are getting a no frills education for thousands less, albeit without the trappings of campus life. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Barbie Turns 50

Since 1959, Barbie has revolutionized the way children look at playing with dolls. As Katie Couric reports, even after all these years Barbie is still causing a commotion.

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GM On The Brink

According General Motors? own auditors, the world?s largest automaker is on the brink of collapse and bankruptcy would cost at least an additional $50 billion. Anthony Mason reports.

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Stem Cells In Human Trials

Dr. Hans Keirstead injected paralyzed rats with embryonic stem cells and the rats walked again. Sandra Hughes reports that the same method will soon be used in human trials starting this summer.

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Gunrunning Across The Border

In the continuing drug war in Mexico, the assault weapons they use such as AK-47s and 50 caliber rifles are largely coming from U.S. traffickers at a rate of 2,000 a day. Ben Tracy reports.

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Reviving Stem Cell Research

President Barack Obama lifted President Bush's ban on federal funding of promising stem cell research. Anti-abortion rights activists condemned Obama's decision. Chip Reid reports.

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Notebook- Rihanna

Singer Rihanna's alleged abuse at the hands of her boyfriend, Chris Brown, has put teen dating violence in the national spotlight. Katie Couric comments.

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Deadly Calif. Truck Crash

Caught On Tape: The aftermath of a deadly multi-vehicle crash that shut down a Calif. highway for a whole day. One of the drivers died when he became trapped in his burning semi-truck.

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Shot Officer Sympathizes

In 1998, another HPD officer was working undercover when a drug dealer shot her in the neck. Officer Hiigns spoke with KHOU's Kevin Reece in hopes her words will help the officer shot recently.

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Loaded- Can YouTube Stop The Muziic?

Here's a way to avoid telemarketers on your cell phone, a new service streams music from YouTube, and Brian Cooley shows another concept from the Geneva Auto Show.

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Tap Dancing, Not Lap Dancing

It s a case of mistaken identity for one woman in Northern Calif. As KOVR s Andrew Luria reports, her tap dancing business is being confused with another enterprise that s far more risqu .

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A Man's Pet Geese

A Texas man has taken care of geese since they were born. He walks them, feeds them and even gets eggs from them, but eating these eggs are like eating his children. KFDM's Jessica Holloway reports

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Rush whacks Newt

Rush whacks Newt

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New Day For Stem Cell Study

President Obama has taken a big step toward getting federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. He signed an executive order lifting the research limitations. Joel Brown Reports.

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Stem-Cell Policy Changes

President Obama will fulfill another campaign promise when he reverses a federal ban on stem cell research today. Susan Roberts has the latest from Washington.

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The Perfect Omelet

Chef Sara Moulton showed Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez how to make the perfect breakfast omelet.

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Barbie In China

Now that Barbie is 50, she faces a big challenge in China. The first ever Barbie store is opening in downtown Shanghai, China. Celia Hatton Reports.

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Stalking Made Easy

With small webcams and GPS technology becoming more common, it is easier than ever to stalk someone. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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WH- Ignore signing statements

WH: Ignore signing statements

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Gibbs plays with metaphors

Gibbs plays with metaphors

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Obama Reverses Stem Cell Ban

CBS News Raw: Pres. Obama reversed restrictions on embryonic stem cell research and promised that his administration will make up for lost time.

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Addicted To Sugar

Harry Smith speaks with the editor-in-chief of Prevention Magazine about fighting fat and low blood sugar and still eating great.

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Best Coupon Websites

AOL Consumer Advisor Regina Lewis spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about the best websites for online coupons.

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The Health Of Banks

Harry Smith spoke with FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair about the agency's role in bank closings and whether their budget can handle the rise in bank closings predicted this year.

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Live Longer With Super Foods

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dietician Keri Glassman about so-called "super foods." These foods may extend your life span.

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Mexican Mess

A group of potential home owners are finding out they have lost millions in a project with the Trump name attached to it. Michelle Gielan reports.

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U.S. Memory Champion

Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the newly crowned U.S. Memory champion Ron White and put his skills to the test.

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Hillary's Hectic Life

Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton spoke candidly about her busy life, her husband and diplomacy during a television appearance in Turkey. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Is Shakespeare Portrait Real?

There is new evidence that an unidentified portrait from a private collection may actually portray William Shakespeare. Richard Roth reports.

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Obama's Stem Cell Reversal

President Barack Obama will sign an order allowing scientists to use federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, which goes against the Bust administration. Bill Plante reports.

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Stem Cell Research - Lifting the Ban on Science

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/03/obama_stem_cells.html Jonathan Moreno of the Center for American Progress, outlines the promise of stem cell research and explains the significance of President Obama's decision to lift the ban on federal funding for new stem cell research.

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Rep. Langevine on stem cell announcement

Rep. Langevine on Stem cell ban lifted

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Obama's stem cell announcement

Obama's stem cell announcement

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Morning show roundup 3/09/09

Morning show roundup 3/09/09

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Morning show roundup 3/09/09

Morning show roundup 3/09/09

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Obama to keep stem cell promise

POLITICO's Craig Gordon on Obama stem cell announcement

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Ill. Pastor Gunned Down

Ill. Pastor Fred Winters was gunned down during Sunday service by a man allegedly suffering from Lyme Disease. Dean Reynolds reports.

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President Obama's Priorities for the Economy--ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/02/ambitious_action.html What does President Obama's budget say about his administration's priorities? How does the budget balance economic recovery and the deficit? And is this a budget that Congress will be able to pass? Michael Ettlinger of the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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POLITICO Playback 03/09/09

POLITICO Playback 03/09/09

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Buffet on economy- "It's fallen off a cliff"

Buffet on economy: "It's fallen off a cliff"

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Tips For Tax Season

If you're confused about your taxes, listen up; Stephanie AuWerter, Contributing Editor for SmartMoney.com, has some advice to make things easier.

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On The Auction Block

Across the U.S. a record number of auctions for foreclosed homes are being held and that number might grow with 11% homeowners in some sort of financial distress. Seth Doane reports.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'City Lights'

In the midst of economic gloom, A. O. Scott seeks a few laughs with Charlie Chaplin's 1931 masterpiece.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Economy- Hands Off?

Economists Russell Roberts, left, of George Mason University and Arnold Kling of the Cato Institute discuss whether government can solve the economic crisis.

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Tibetans' 50th uprising anniversary

March 10th marks the 50th anniversary of the Dalai Lama's flight to India from Chinese-controlled Tibet. AFP interviewed an Asia expert from the American NGO Human Rights Watch.

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US Protests 'harassment' by Chinese Vessels

The Obama administration vowed Monday to keep up military surveillance in waters off China and protested to China about what it called harassment of an American ship doing that work last week. (March 9)

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Martha Stewart's Puppy Dies in Pa. Kennel Blast

Martha Stewart's chow puppy was one of 17 dogs killed in an accidental propane explosion at an eastern Pennsylvania kennel. (March 9)

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Politics- First 100 Days

John Harwood, of the The Times and CNBC, talks to Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Jeff Zeleny, Helene Cooper, and Gretchen Morgenson.

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Arts- '33 Variations'

Pat Healy, the New York Times theater reporter, talks with Jane Fonda and Mois?Kaufman about the Broadway production of the play "33 Variations."

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Politics- President Obama on Stem Cell Research

President Obama signed an order reversing the Bush administration's strict limits on human embryonic stem cell research.

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City Room- Psychic Readers and the Economy

In hard times people turn to psychic readers and ask for advice on jobs and finances.

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AP Newsmaker- Interior Secretary Ken Salazar

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar wants to create renewable energy zones to spur solar and wind energy projects, and build power lines to get the electricity to markets. (March 9)

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First Person- Tackling the Ill. Church Shooter

Keith Melton, a member of the First Baptist Church of Maryville, Illinois talks about witnessing the fatal shooting of his pastor Fred Winters. Melton also helped tackle the gunman and received a minor knife wound in the scuffle. (March 9)

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Drug-related Deaths Overwhelm Mexico Morgues

Mexico's morgues are struggling to keep up with the pace of drug violence. Bodies stacked in the morgues of border towns tell the story of escalating violence that claimed at least 6,290 lives last year. (Caution: Graphic Video) (March 9)

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Police- Charges Soon in Shooting Death of Pastor

A man suspected of killing a pastor with a barrage of shots that ripped through the church leader's Bible was in serious condition Monday from wounds he sustained in the confrontation, and authorities expect to charge him soon. (March 9)

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First Person- Praise for Stem Cell Decision

The head of one of the country's leading stem cell research labs is calling President Obama's decision to allow federal taxpayer dollars to fund broader research on embryonic stem cells, "a fantastic moment." (March 9th)

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When Kangaroos Go Bad

An Australian man says he's lucky to have escaped with only scratches and shredded underwear, after tangling with a home-invading kangaroo. (March 9)

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North Korea Offers Warning Over Satellite Launch

North Korea said Monday it plans to go ahead with its planned satellite launch. It also ordered its military to be combat ready, in case any country attempts to block that launch. (March 9)

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Strong Storms Rip Through Indiana

National Weather Service crews are heading to southern Indiana to determine whether storm damage was caused by a tornado. (March 9)

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Money Minute- McDonald's NYT, Potter

The New York Times has sold 21 floors of its headquarters building for $225 million. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March.9)

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Japan's Nikkei Index at Lowest Point in 26 Years

Asian stock markets sank Monday, with Japan's benchmark tumbling to a 26-year closing low, amid deepening anxiety that economies in the U.S. and elsewhere will take far longer to emerge from recession. (March 9)

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Your Money- Summer Camp Savings

While summer vacation may still be a few months off, it's never too early to start planning for the expense. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 9)

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March 9- Stocks Continue Downward Slide

Investors fixated on the faltering economy brushed off the type of merger news that normally starts rallies. (March 9)

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Merck Buying Schering-Plough in $41.1B Deal

Merck is buying Schering-Plough for $41.1 billion in stock and cash in a deal that gives the companies more firepower to compete in a drug industry facing slumping sales, tough generic competition and intense pricing pressures. (March 9)

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Historic Dodgertown Is History

After 61 years of pre-season tune-ups on the East Coast, starting this year the Dodgers are holding Spring Training in Arizona. The move has left the city of Vero Beach, Fla. with an empty stadium and dim economic prospects. (March 9)

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Obama Ends Funding Ban for Stem Cell Research

President Barack Obama ended a ban on federal funding of stem cell research. Obama's decision is a sharp reversal of the policies enacted by President George W. Bush. (March 9)

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A little bit of France in the middle of Mexico

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting Mexico this week, and is giving a reception in honor of the French community there. One very distinct group of French expatriates, the Barcelonnettes, have been around since the 19th century and still have an important influence, especially on the Mexican economy.

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Obama lifts Bush ban on stem cell research

President Barack Obama Monday lifted his predecessor George W. Bush's curbs on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, promising a "new front" for US science free of political ideology.

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Brainstorming ahead of the World Water Forum

A week ahead of the World Water Forum in Instanbul, France is preparing proposals to put on the table to ensure global protection of the most vital resource - clean water.

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Brits tip hat to curious headwear

Featuring bonnets, baseball caps, Balenciaga and bowlers, a London exhibition charts the life-cycle of hats from the milliner's mind to the wearer's head.

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Security cameras give little village big complex

The picturesque village of Baudinard-sur-Verdon has 12 surveillance cameras -- that is, one for almost every 10 villagers. Now that plans are under way to set up one more, residents are saying "enough is enough".

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Circuit City Stores Close for Good

What began 60 years ago as a humble television store in Richmond, Virginia ended Sunday as Circuit City closed its doors for good. (March 8)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, March 9: Pastor shot, 2 parishoners wounded at Ill. Church; Obama to make stem cell announcement; Circuit City closes its doors; San Diego zoo visitors get their first look at Frank the gorilla.

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Lieberman- Obama Off to 'very Good Start'

After campaigning for Republican John McCain during the presidential election, Sen. Joe Lieberman now has nothing but praise for President Barack Obama. In an interview with The Associated Press, Lieberman explains his change of heart. (March 9)

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Churchgoers Remember Slain Illinois Pastor

Congregants gather for memorial service to remember pastor killed in gun attack Sunday morning at a southern Illinois church. (March 9)

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NYC Foreclosure Auction Yields Deals, Protest

Hundreds of houses have gone to the highest bidder at an auction of foreclosed homes in New York. During the sale, a handful of protesters picketed in front of the building, chanting "Evictions are a crime! It could be your house next!" (March 8)

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Tibetans worried about life without the Dalai Lama

Tibetans in India are praying for long life for their revered spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. The 73-year-old monk, who has lived in exile for a half-century, has had a number of health problems in the past year, prompting concern for the future of the Tibetan movement.

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Pink, Stella wage anti-fur campaign

US pop singer, Pink and fashion designer, Stella McCartney joined animal rights activist group PETA in a new international ad campaign, denouncing the use of animals in the fashion industry. The video features Pink as the voice of an alligator asking a woman to return its skin.

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Pastor Killed in Ill. Church Shooting

A gunman walked down the aisle of a church during a Sunday service and killed the pastor, then stabbed himself and slashed two other people as parishioners wrestled him to the ground, authorities said. (March 8)

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