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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Deadly Shooting Spree In Ala.

At least 10 people are reported dead after a gunman went on a shooting spree in 2 small Ala. towns. Authorities say the gunman eventually shot and killed himself, bringing his rampage to an end. Michelle Gielan has the latest.

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Dems' Spending Bill Concerns

Top Democrats are expressing concerns over the president's budget. As Chip Reid reports, the bill was also delayed for days by Democrats who objected the loosening of trade restrictions with Cuba.

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Limbaugh Vs. The White House

Recent controversial comments by conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, and the White House?s subsequent response, have triggered a political war of words in Washington. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Risky Surgery Pays Off

Seven-year-old Long Island native Heather McNamara has overcome a deadly stomach tumor thanks to a risky and experimental operation involving the removal of vital organs. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Carver High's Comeback

Three years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans' 9th Ward is still mired in misery, but thanks to a determined teacher, one high school is getting its own field of dreams. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Madoff Faces 150 Year Sentence

Alleged $50 billion con man investor Bernie Madoff is expected to plead guilty to 11 felony charges at a Manhattan federal court and could receive a 150 year jail sentence. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Wall Street's Big Rally

Soaring nearly 6 percent, Wall Street had its biggest gain of 2009. As Anthony Mason reports, even Citigroup's stock soared, although it's still only at $1.45.

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Notebook- Spitzer's Hubris

Fmr. N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer has assumed his place in the pantheon of disgraced politicians but, as Katie Couric reports, he was also one of the first to warn of an impending economic crisis.

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Badges Of Honor

The 5 men who are being held at Guantanamo Bay and have been charged in connection with the attacks on Sept. 11th say those charges are "badges of honor" in new statements released by the Pentagon. Joel Brown reports.

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Facebook And Your Boss

The popular social networking web site Facebook serves as a popular online destination for millions every day. But, as KYW s Susan Barnett reports, this can create issues with employers.

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Hostility Between U.S., China

Diplomatic tensions have escalated between the United States and China. The Pentagon claims that Chinese boats recently harassed an American Navy Ship in the Gulf of Tonkin. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Gibbs & Takes 3/10/09

Gibbs & Takes 3/10/09

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Perino on Obama education plan

Perino on Obama's education plan

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Virtual High School

A California public charter school now operates completely online, as the State provides students with a computer and equipment in place of an actual campus. KPIX s Len Ramirez reports.

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Cleopatra's Beauty Secrets

For those who can afford them, gold, snake venom and human placentas are at the top of facial luxury and beauty. Hattie Kauffman reports while models try out some of Cleopatra's favorite beauty tips.

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Intrepid Arctic Explorers

Only On The Web: The Catlin Arctic Survey is a group of polar explorers making strides at the Earth's Polar Ice Cap.

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Schieffer On The First 50 Days

CBS News' Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer analyzes President Obama's first fifty days in office.

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Loaded- Around The World

YouTube pulls music videos in the U.K., the Venezuelan government wants to be a cell phone carrier, and earbuds in Japan let you control an MP3 player with your facial expressions.

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Obama- Expand School Day

President Obama said American schools should expand their school days in order to stay competitive in a global 21st century. He admitted that the idea will not be popular with his daughters and other American kids.

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Hocking The Family Jewels

Pawn shops are seeing an uptick in bling for sale, reports Michelle Miller. Vera Gibbons offers tips to Maggie Rodriguez on ways to sell safely and for the most value.

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Lance Armstrong's Ex Moves On

Kristin Armstrong tells Harry Smith why she wrote "Work In Progress" after a journey to find herself following the breakup of her marriage to seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.

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Best Cereals For Adults

Dietician Keri Glassman showed Harry Smith the healthiest options when it comes to kids' cereals.

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Best Sean Penn DVDs

The Early Show anchors discuss their favorite Sean Penn films on DVD, such as the critically acclaimed Milk.

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First Lady's First 50 Days

Michelle Obama's popularity rating is high after 50 days as the first African-American First Lady. As Thalia Assuras reports, her flare for fashion has made her a celebrity.

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Valuable Tax Breaks For 2008

Amy McAnarney from The Tax Institute, H & R Block talks to Maggie Rodriguez about important 2008 tax breaks that could increase the size of a refund.

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Vilsack and Sesame Street

Vilsack and Sesame Street

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Meghan McCain's Coulter Clash

Harry Smith spoke to Sen. John McCain's daughter, Meghan McCain, about the campaign trail, her father, dating and her clash with Ann Coulter.

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Obama unveils education plan

Obama responds to critics, Unveils education plan

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Economic Critics Blast Obama

Obama's swift action on the economy during his first 50 days gets pans from detractors, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Steve Forbes, Peter Morici and the Financial Times' Chrystia Freeland.

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Wicked Midwest Weather

The March lion continues to roar in the Midwest and plains state, where heavy snow, flooding and tornadoes devastated areas, reports Dave Price.

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Ruth Madoff's Millions

Bernard Madoff's wife, Ruth, has hired her own lawyer in an attempt to retain $70 million in what she claims are independent assets. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Scarborough defends Cramer

Morning Joe bashes Stewart, defends Cramer

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Napolitano's 'Southbound Strategy" Napolitano's 'Southbound Strategy"

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Morning Show Roundup- First 50 days

Morning Show Roundup: First 50 days

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POLITICO Playback 3/10/09

POLITICO Playback 3/10/09

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Are Americans Losing Faith?

Some Americans are losing faith in traditional organized religions. What's behind the shift in belief? Mark Strassmann reports.

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Green Inc.- Going Green and Off the Grid

The New York Times's Adam B. Ellick visits a former college professor who now lives and works on an organic farm that produces its own power and, for the most part, avoids the whims of the wider economy.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Tuesday, March 10th: Obama reverses Bush on stem cell research; Political violence in Northern Ireland; Virginia governor signs smoking ban; Charles Barkley out of jail.

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Raw Video- Volcano Erupts in Japan

The Sakurajima volcano, in Southern Japan, erupted early Tuesday morning, spewing out lava and a thick plume of black smoke into the air. (March 10)

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N. Ireland Police- Officer Shot Dead in Ambush

Gunmen killed an officer in an attack on a Northern Ireland police patrol Monday, authorities said, just 48 hours after Irish Republican Army dissidents shot to death two British soldiers. (March 9)

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Drug trafficking- Calderon urges the US to take action

Mexican President Felipe Calderon said on Monday the United States have to assume their "part of responsibility" in the fight against drug trafficking between the two countries. The Mexican leader spoke at a joint press conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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'Pay what you like' at French bistro

A restaurant in the French city of Lyon has introduced a menu where customers are invited to fix the price themselves. Paying what you think the food is worth is a concept imported from Britain, where the credit crunch has forced restaurant owners to come up with original ways of drawing customers.

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Dalai Lama says Chinese-ruled Tibet 'hell on earth'

Tibet's exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Tuesday accused China of having brought "hell on earth" to his homeland, in a speech on the sensitive 50th anniversary of a failed uprising.

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Bernanke Calls for Regulatory Overhaul

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the U.S. financial regulatory system must be overhauled to strengthen oversight of banks, mutual funds and large financial institutions whose collapse would put the entire economy in peril. (March. 10)

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Your Money- Maytag Safety Recalls

Maytag has voluntarily recalled about 1.6 million refrigerators due to an electrical problem that could create a fire hazard. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 10)

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March 10- Stocks Shoot Higher on Citi Profit

Wall Street has had its best day of the year, storming higher after Citigroup says it operated at a profit during the first two months of the year. (March 10)

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Obama- US Must Improve Schools to Compete

President Barack Obama says the U.S. must improve education to stay competitive in the world economy. Obama spoke about education Tuesday at the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. (March 10)

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Colorado loses its oldest newspaper to financial woes

After nearly a century and a half of publication, the Rocky Mountain News of Denver, Colorado printed its final edition at the end of February. The editorial staff participated in the making of a video that documented the newspaper's final days.

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Calif. Judge Back at Work After Stabbing

A California judge is back at work less than one week after being attacked by a murder suspect in her courtroom. (March 9)

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Shooting Puts Church Security Into Spotlight

Experts say churches should have security plans in place, but often don't. First Baptist Church in Maryville, Ill., where the Rev. Fred Winters was fatally shot Sunday, was working on a security plan but had not yet implemented it. (March 9)

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Gov. Inks Smoking Ban in Marlboro's Homestate

Virginia Governor Tim Kaine signed a bill Monday that generally restricts smoking to separate rooms that have their own ventilation. It takes effect December 1. (March 9)

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Raw Video- Sarkozy and Wife Visit Mexico

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy received an official welcome to Mexico City by President Felipe Calderon and his wife Margarita Zavala. (March 9)

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Donkeys a draw for Kenya's Lamu island

Discerning tourists in Kenya seek out the exotic island of Lamu, where the only means of transportation is donkeys. The local beast of burden, the only mode of transportation around, has made friends among the visitors.

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Deep divisions over 50th anniversary of the Tibet uprising

Fifty years after a failed uprising against Chinese rule forced the Dalai Lama into exile, Chinese and Tibetan communities remain deeply polarised.

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Dalai Lama "fully committed" to middle-way approach

Tibet's revered spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, marked the 50th anniversary of a Tibetan failed uprising on Tuesday. Looking back on his exile, the 73-year-old monk said leaving Tibet was "the right decision." Meanwhile, Tibetans in Dharamsala held rallies protesting against Chinese rule.

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Biden presses European allies on new Afghan strategy

US Vice President Joe Biden has been holding talks with NATO and EU officials in Brussels, seeking to bolster transatlantic ties and more help from allies in fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. At the European Commission headquarters he was greeted by the bloc's foreign policy chief, Javier Solana.

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The Gut-wrenching Man Girdle

The Gut-wrenching Man Girdle

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An Introduction to Irish Whiskey

An Introduction to Irish Whiskey

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Octuplet Mom May Get Bigger Home for Brood

Southern California's octuplets mother may be moving to a new home and getting help to raise her brood. (March 10)

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Cop Killed As Violence in N. Ireland Continues

A police officer was ambushed by apparent Irish Republican Army dissidents and fatally shot in the head as he responded to an emergency call, less than 48 hours after the killing of two soldiers. (March 10)

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Surprise! NYC Shoppers Find Cocaine in Peppers

Some shoppers in New York City got a surprise when they cracked open peppers bought at a Queens grocery store. (March 10)

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Madoff Victim- 'We Will Get Through This'

Gerald Blumenthal is 78 and a retired ophthalmologist in Boca Raton, Florida. He invested nearly everything with Bernard Madoff. Now, his house is for sale and the Mercedes is already gone. (March 10)

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Ice Floes Crash Into Homes

Strong winds pushed massive amount of ice into a number of homes in Michigan this weekend prompting an unusual clean-up call. (March 10)

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Fla- Some Cell Calls Blocked to Jobless Hot Line

At least one cell phone company blocked some calls to Florida's toll-free unemployment compensation hot line because the line is frequently busy, but the problem has been corrected, state officials said Monday. (March 10)

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China- Activity by Confronted US Ship Illegal

A U.S. Navy mapping ship confronted by Chinese vessels over the weekend was operating illegally in China's exclusive economic zone, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. (March 10)

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Biden Warns on Afghanistan, Pakistan

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden says Afghanistan and Pakistan increasingly pose a single security challenge for the western allies as well as non-NATO nations equally. (March 10)

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Sri Lanka Suicide Blast Kills 14

A suicide bomber attacked government ministers leading a procession to mark a Muslim festival in southern Sri Lanka on Tuesday, killing 14 people and severely wounding one of the officials. (March 10)

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Dalai Lama Marks Anniversary of Tibet Uprising

Authorities in Tibet were on heightened alert Tuesday for possible unrest on the 50th anniversary of a failed uprising against Chinese rule as the Dalai Lama said Tibet had become "hell on earth" under Beijing's control. (March 10)

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Ahead of Proposed Plea Deal, Madoff Due in Court

Investor Bernard Madoff is due in court Tuesday to determine whether his lawyer has a conflict of interest in the case. Madoff is accused of ripping off investors of more than $50 billion. Madoff is expected to plead guilty Thursday. (March 10)

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Man Complains of Pain, Actually Had Been Shot

An Indiana man complains about chest pains, but when medics arrived, they discovered he had been shot and did not know it. (March 10)

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Lawmaker Challenges Border Security Priorities

California Rep. Jerry Lewis, the top Republican on the House appropriations committee, criticized the Defense Department Tuesday for not making the situation in Mexico as big of a priority as Afghanistan. (March 10)

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Money Minute- Delta, Casinos, Burger King

Delta Air Lines will cut international capacity by an additional 10 percent. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 10)

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Avoiding Costly Income Tax Refund Loans

Income tax refund carry interest rates of as much as 500%, but Congress is considering limits. AP Business Editor Mark Hamrick reports. (March 10)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Tuesday, March 10th: Obama reverses Bush on stem cell research; Political violence in Northern Ireland; Virginia governor signs smoking ban; Charles Barkley out of jail.

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Security tight at Kumbum monastery on sensitive anniversary

China deploys extra security at the Tibetan monastery of Kumbum on the 50th anniversary of a failed uprising against Chinese rule that forced the Dalai Lama into exile.

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Well Being Rankings Provide To-Do List for leaders

Gallup Chief Scientist for Workplace Management and Well-Being, Dr. Jim Harter, discusses how leaders can use the findings from the state and congressional district well-being rankings released by AHIP and the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index

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