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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Madoff To Plead Guilty

Bernard Madoff is expected to plead guilty to orchestrating one of the biggest frauds in U.S. history. Madoff insists he acted alone but prosecutors believe he had help. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Cantor open to second stimulus

Cantor open to second stimulus

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Cantor- I'm no Villain!

Cantor: I'm no Villain!

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Rove- Bush Won't Twitter

Rove: Bush Won't Twitter

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Sen. Coburn Loses Bet, Belts Elton John Tune

Sens. Tom Coburn, (R-Okla.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) waged a bet on whose team would win the BCS National Championship Game. Florida won, and Senate staff gathered around to hear Dr. Coburn's rendition of "Rocketman."

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Movie Moment- Behind the Scenes Corruption in 'Mr. Smith'

Political kingmaker James Taylor is corruption incarnate as he pulls the strings of Gov. Hubert "Happy" Hopper over the governor's pending U.S. Senate appointment.

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Movie Moment- Gov. "Happy" Pressured in 'Mr. Smith'

In Frank Capra's classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Gov. Hubert "Happy" Hopper faces a dilemma when one of his state's senators unexpectedly died.

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John King is Minority Report

CNN's John King is a whiz with the cool map that displays election results by state and county. But did you know that he can also solve murders before they happen?

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Rudy Giuliani's guest appearance on Seinfeld

Rudy Giuliani played himself in a guest appearance on Seinfeld in a 1993 episode entitled "The Non-Fat Yogurt."

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TLT- Candidate Word Association on Philly Streets

The Trail Less Traveled took to the streets of Philadelphia to play candidate word association with the residents of this Democratic stronghold.

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Street of the Union

CQ Politics hits the streets of Washington before and after the State of the Union to ask locals about the speech. Astute political observers may recognize the men and women interviewed... Produced by Andrew Satter

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Imagining Fred's Exit Speech

On Tuesday, former Tenn. Sen. and actor Fred Thompson announced he was dropping out of the presidential race. Based on past theatrical performances, CQ Politics imagines what Thompson's announcement could have looked like.

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Card on Bush's post-election life

(Boston Globe) Andrew Card, who served as chief of staff to former president Bush, says his old boss is writing a book and working within his new community. (By Michael Levenson)

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How To Dice An Onion

Only On The Web: Chef Bill Poirier from Sonsie Restaurant in Boston, Mass., demonstrates an easy way to cut and dice an onion like a pro.

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Cubicle or Couch?

Find out how the web offers an increasing number of opportunities to work from home.

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Shooting Up For Beauty's Sake

Dermatologist Jeanette Graf explains injectable fillers to Maggie Rodriguez for those considering a younger look without plastic surgery.

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Sen. Coburn Loses Bet, Belts Elton John Tune

Sens. Tom Coburn, (R-Okla.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) waged a bet on whose team would win the BCS National Championship Game. Florida won, and Senate staff gathered around to hear Dr. Coburn's rendition of "Rocketman."

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Movie Moment- Behind the Scenes Corruption in 'Mr. Smith'

Political kingmaker James Taylor is corruption incarnate as he pulls the strings of Gov. Hubert "Happy" Hopper over the governor's pending U.S. Senate appointment.

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Movie Moment- Gov. "Happy" Pressured in 'Mr. Smith'

In Frank Capra's classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Gov. Hubert "Happy" Hopper faces a dilemma when one of his state's senators unexpectedly died.

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John King is Minority Report

CNN's John King is a whiz with the cool map that displays election results by state and county. But did you know that he can also solve murders before they happen?

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Rudy Giuliani's guest appearance on Seinfeld

Rudy Giuliani played himself in a guest appearance on Seinfeld in a 1993 episode entitled "The Non-Fat Yogurt."

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TLT- Candidate Word Association on Philly Streets

The Trail Less Traveled took to the streets of Philadelphia to play candidate word association with the residents of this Democratic stronghold.

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Street of the Union

CQ Politics hits the streets of Washington before and after the State of the Union to ask locals about the speech. Astute political observers may recognize the men and women interviewed... Produced by Andrew Satter

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Channel Surfing in South Carolina

Thousands of political ads are flooding South Carolina's airwaves in advance of Saturday's Republican primary. CQ Politics imagines what an afternoon of channel surfing might be like.

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Imagining Fred's Exit Speech

On Tuesday, former Tenn. Sen. and actor Fred Thompson announced he was dropping out of the presidential race. Based on past theatrical performances, CQ Politics imagines what Thompson's announcement could have looked like.

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Mexico, Obama's New Homeland Security Threat

CQ Politics takes an in-depth look at how Mexico's drug wars have become the most visible homeland security threat for Obama.

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CQ Profile- New House GOP Leaders Repackage Their Party

Two new faces in the House minority leadership, Reps. Eric Cantor and Mike Pence, have the difficult task of unifying the Republican party while bringing it closer to the center.

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Mitch McConnell- Engineer or Brakeman?

Will Mitch McConnell, Washington's new top Republican, work with President Obama or get in his way? Expect a bit of both.

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The Inauguration Ceremony Experience

CQ Politics takes a unique look at the millions of people who came to Washington to participate in Barack Obama's swearing in.

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Inauguration 2.0- Using the Web to Market the Big Event

Barack Obama's inauguration is still weeks away, but already thousands of enterprising individuals are taking to the Web to connect people, plan parties and even make a quick buck off of the event.

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A Guide to the New Capitol Visitor's Center

After 6 years and $621 million, the new Capitol Visitor's Center is finally opening. CQ Politics takes you on a tour of DC's newest attraction.

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Video Trail Mix- The Campaign's Most Memorable Moments

CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford recaps some of the more memorable moments from the 2008 election.

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Mini doc- The Strange Saga of New York's 13th District

After a series of scandals, Republican Congressman Vito Fossella resigned from his seat in New York's 13th District. Thus began a long, strange showdown for New York City's only Republican seat.

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North Carolina Up For Grabs

A poor economy, a demographic shift and a ferocious Barack Obama ground game have made North Carolina the latest battleground state. CQ Politics examines.

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Civil Rights Activist Works To Deliver Black Vote for Obama

North Carolina civil rights activist Ann Atwater talks about why she is working to get out the black vote in her community.

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Ground Game Goes Hyper-Local in N. Va.

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are targeting Prince William County, an unlikely battleground county in an unlikely battleground state.

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Bob Benenson's Debate Moments That Mattered

From Kennedy's visual triumph over Nixon in 1960 to Al Gore's sighs in 2000, CQ Politics political editor Bob Benenson looks at past debate moments that mattered.

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Video Trail Mix- Denver, What's Your Issue?

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford takes to the streets of Denver, where everyone has a cause or an issue they are hawking at the Democratic National Convention.

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A Brief History of the Conventions

From the anti-Masonic party convention in 1831 to the Democratic and Republican conventions of 2004, CQ Politics presents a short history of the biggest party in politics.

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From 'Voice of God' to 'Voice of the House'

Jaime Zapata is the new Democratic reading clerk in the House of Representatives. The reading clerks, one picked by leaders of each party, have a long and storied history.

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Campaigns Court the Latino Vote

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are both heavily courting the Latino vote, a crucial group of voters in the 2008 election.

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Politics of the Pump

CQ Politics examines how both parties have been seeking the high road on high gas prices this election season.

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Michelle Obama's Makeover Myth

In light of recent reports that Michelle Obama is undergoing an image makeover, CQ Politics examines the Michelle of now and then.

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Video Trail Mix- "There Will Be Growth in Summer"?

If the 2008 presidential campaign is like a garden, CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says the three remaining candidates need a little pruning.

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Students Simulate Democratic Convention

Every four years since 1908 students at Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA, simulate the primary selection process for the party not in the White House.

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Obama unveils women�s council

Obama unveils women�s council

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Wednesday's Gibbs and takes

Wednesday's Gibbs and takes

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Beware Of Craigslist Scams

Phony listings on Craigslist could cost you more than money unless you make a few ground rules, reports Susan Koeppen, who shares tips with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Wife, Daughter Killed By Gunman

Ala. Sheriff's deputy Josh Myers spoke out about the murder of his wife and daughter during a shooting spree that left 11 dead including the gunman.

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J4 Performs 'Shackles'

The Smiths from Bluff City, Tenn., aka J4, perform Mary Mary's "Shackles" in "The Early Show" Singing Family Face Off.

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Tax Preparation Tips

Harry Smith spoke with Contributor Vera Gibbons about various tax preparation methods and which can turn over the biggest refund.

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The Sledge Grits Band

The Early Show Singing Family Face Off continues with these sisters from Salinas, Calif. performing the Aretha Franklin classic "Reach Out And Touch Somebody's Hand."

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Peays In The Semifinals

The Peay family won round 2 of the Singing Family Face Off in the musicals category and moves into the semifinals.

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Ala. Shooting Rampage

A gunman rocked small towns in southern Alabama with an inexplicable bloodbath, reports Mark Strassmann. Julie Chen talks to one of the witnesses and the Geneva County, Ala. District Attorney.

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Obama- "We're in this together"

At the end of his morning meeting with Tim Geithner, President Obama made remarks to reporters about the upcoming G-20 conference.

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Obama's earmark reform plan

Obama: Time for earmark reform

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Morning Show Roundup

Morning Show Roundup

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Girl Has Six Organs Removed

A 7-year-old girl underwent surgery to remove a tennis ball-sized tumor under her liver. During the 23-hour operation, doctors removed and replaced six vital organs. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Madoff To Plead Guilty

Retired New York Supreme Court Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder spoke to Harry Smith about Bernard Madoff's possible sentencing.

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Wall Street Runs With Bulls

Citigroup posted a gain sending the bulls for a run on Wall Street, reports Priya David. An investment strategist from Charles Schwab tells Maggie Rodriguez if this means the recession is winding down.

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POLITICO Playback 03/11/09

POLITICO Playback 03/11/09

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Obama Urges Allies to Take Stimulus Action

President Barack Obama says other nations must sign on to aggressive steps to jump-start their own economies, warning that without global coordination U.S. actions could falter. (March 11)

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Business- Home Green Home- Hunt for Lost Energy

A professional energy audit for the home of Tom Zeller, Jr., the editor of the Green Inc. blog.

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Sports- Tournament Tipoff

The Big East Tournament is in its 30th year. Connor Ennis and Pete Thamel break down the story lines from Madison Square Garden.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Is Geithner Failing?

David Corn, left, of Mother Jones and James Pinkerton of Fox News debate the Treasury Department's handling of the financial crisis.

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- The School of American Ballet

Melena Ryzik reports from a benefit for the School of American Ballet at Lincoln Center.

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Sneak Peak- 'Split/Second' to Push Graphics Tech

Gamers are always looking for the next advance in graphics technology. 'Split/Second', the new car racing game from Disney Interactive Studios is promising to shine a light on their desires. (March 11)

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Eyeborg- Eye Socket Camera Coming to Humans

Rob Spence damaged his eye in a shooting accident as a child. Three years ago he had it removed. Next month, the documentary filmmaker who goes by the name Eyeborg will have an eye socket camera installed. (March 11)

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Video Chronology of Ala. Shooter's Spree

Authorities are piecing together the path alleged shooter Michael McLendon took across two rural Alabama counties, killing 10 people. The rampage ended when the shooter took his own life. (March 11)

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Obama to Sign Spending Bill, Push for New Rules

Acknowledging it's an 'imperfect' bill, President Barack Obama said he will accept a $410 billion spending package but insisted it must signal an 'end to the old way of doing business.' (March 11)

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Crews Busy Clearing Roads After Midwest Blizzard

Highway crews across the Midwest labored Wednesday to carve through snowdrifts that a blizzard piled up 10 feet high as hundreds of stalled motorists waited in bitter cold. The storm was linked to at least four deaths. (March 11)

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Madoff Guilty Plea Little Comfort to Victims

Bernard Madoff's expected guilty plea leaves many of his ruined investors worried that the disgraced financier will take his secrets to prison with him. (March 11)

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Tourists offered arty stay at Berlin hotel

A hotel in Berlin offers 45 rooms decorated by artist Lars Stroschen, who likes to use light and sound for decorative effect. Among the original designs are a bed hanging upside down and another which can be divided in two.

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Americans Weigh In On Government Involvement

Americans are slightly less likely now than they were before the escalation of the economic crisis to say the federal government has too much power, but 50% still think this is the case.

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N. Ireland on brink 'of abyss' after police, army killings

Detectives in Northern Ireland probing the killing of a police officer arrested two men Tuesday in the town where the attack took place, officials said.The policeman, named as Stephen Carroll, 48, was shot in the head late Monday, 48 hours after the killing of two British soldiers, the first such incidents in over a decade. Footage of the murder scene and a police raid on a house nearby.

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Geithner- Toxic Asset Plan Almost Done

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner tells Charlie Rose in an interview that the toxic asset plan will provide low-cost government financing to private investors willing to purchase the bad assets on banks' balance sheets. (March 10)

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Congress gets its best grade since 2005

Thirty-nine percent of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, more than at any time since February 2005.

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Authorities- Ala. Gunman Had Trained to Be a Cop

Authorities say an Alabama gunman who killed 10 people and himself in a rampage had once trained as a police officer.(March 11)

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First Person- 'I Don't Have a Tear Left in Me'

Deputy Josh Myers talks about his pursuit of the alleged shooter in south Alabama, and then the realization that his family had been visiting the home of the shooter's relatives. His wife and a daughter died. (March 11)

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Police Search for a Motive in Alabama Massacre

A gunman who killed 10 people in the worst mass shooting in Alabama history had a list of employers "who had done him wrong," including the nearby sausage plant he quit days before the spree and the metal factory where he shot himself. (March 11)

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In Southern Ala., Disbelief, Despair After Spree

Rural communities in southern Alabama are reeling after a gunman kills 10 people before taking his own life, reports the AP's Rich Matthews. Among the victims: the wife of a sheriff's deputy and one of his young daughters. (March 11)

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Search for Answers in Alabama Shooting Spree

Authorities are working Wednesday to learn why a gunman set off on a rampage of at least nine slayings across two rural Alabama counties. (March 11)

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Alabama Mayor- We're Still in Shock

The mayor of Samson, Alabama, says it will be a while for his town to recover from the shootings that left at least nine people dead. (March 11)

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Ala. Governor Visits Towns Affected by Shootings

Alabama governor Bob Riley says law enforcement in smaller communities needs to be reassessed. His comment comes a day after a gunman killed 10 people and then himself in Alabama's deadliest shooting spree on record. (March 11)

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Cell Phone Video Shows German Gunman

A 17-year-old wielding a Beretta 9 mm pistol burst into classrooms at his former high school Wednesday and gunned down students in a rampage that ended with 15 dead before he took his own life, authorities said. (March 11)

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No Bidders for Vick's Former Home

Anyone in the market for an eight-bedroom, 11-bath home owned by one of the most notorious quarterbacks in NFL history? Well, it's still available. (March 11)

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Muslim Woman Says Bank Discriminates

A Maryland woman says her credit union discriminated against her for telling her to use the back room because she was wearing a religious scarf. (March 11)

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5 Year Anniversary of Madrid Attack

Wednesday marks the five-year anniversary of Spain's worst terror attack. Coordinated train bombings in Madrid killed 191 people and injured more than 1800. (March 11)

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Soldier Charged in Ft. Lewis Teen Overdose Death

The Army on Tuesday charged a 19-year-old soldier from Indiana in the fatal drug overdose of a 16-year-old girl at a Fort Lewis barracks. (March 11)

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Suspect Named in Ala. Shooting Spree

Nine people were gunned down in a terrifying rampage across two Alabama counties by a lone shooter who authorities said killed his own relatives on their porch and shot apparent strangers and police before killing himself. (March 11)

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AP Images- Shock in South Alabama

Still photos capture the shock and sadness after a gunman went on a terrifying rampage across southern Alabama killing at least 9 people before taking his own life. (March 11)

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Police- Texas Group Residents Forced to Fight

Authorities in Texas say seven employees of a state-run home for the mentally disabled have been suspended for staging fights between residents who were forced to shove, punch and strike each other. (March 10)

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Your Money- The Uptick Rule

Viewer William Hartley wrote in to suggest we look at what's called the Uptick Rule and the possibility of its reinstatement next month. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 11)

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March 11- Stocks Extend Gains Into Second Day

Investors have extended Wall Street's best performance this year into a second day. (March 11)

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Dell Cuts Workers in NC, Worldwide

Dell the world's second-largest computer maker, has announced it will lay off workers across the globe. (March 11)

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Money Minute- Deficit, Ford, OPEC

The federal deficit soared to $765 billion in the first five months of the budget year, well on its way to hitting the Obama administration's projection of a record annual imbalance of $1.75 trillion. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 11)

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White House Nominates Drug Czar

The Obama administration has nominated Seattle police chief Gil Kerlikowske as the nation's drug czar. (March 11)

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AP Countersues Artist Over Obama Image

The Associated Press has countersued an artist and his company over an image of President Barack Obama. Shepard Fairey's image is based on an AP photograph. (March 11)

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Sarkozy marches France back into NATO command

French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced on Wednesday that France would return to the NATO military command, four decades after General Charles de Gaulle declared France's independence from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's military structure.

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Sixteen dead as ex-pupil stages bloodbath at German school

A masked teenager in black combat gear went on a bloody rampage at his old school in Germany Wednesday, slaying 15 people before dying in a shootout with police.

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Israelis celebrate festival of Purim

Israeli Jews have been celebrating the boisterous festival of Purim. The festival, which includes dressing-up, celebrates events recorded in the Book of Esther when the Jews escaped annihilation in ancient Mesopotamia.

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Thousands join vigil after Northern Ireland deaths

Thousands of supporters came together for a mass vigil in Belfast today, following attacks which left a local policeman and two British soldiers dead.

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Germany 'in mourning' after school massacre- Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday that Germany was in mourning after a teenage gunman killed 9 pupils aged between 14 and 15 and three teachers at a school in Germany, before dying in a fire-fight.

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Adventurer blazes record path through Egypt desert

An Egyptian adventurer has just set a new world record for the quickest sprint across the 600-kilometre Great Sand Sea in Egypt. The dune-climbing exploit could drum up interest in the country's less-travelled itineraries at a time in which tourism -- a vital local industry -- has plummetted.

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Migrants attempt perilous Channel crossing

A new French film opening Wednesday, "Welcome", has stirred up controversy about illegal migrants trying to cross from France to Britain. "AFPTV went to the French coastal town of Calais, where hundreds of refugees try to make the hazardous crossing into Britain. 167 AFP

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Thousands stage peace vigils after N. Ireland deaths

Thousands of people joined peace vigil in Belfast on Wednesday to protest the killings of a policeman and two soldiers which threaten to re-ignite sectarian conflict after a decade of calm.

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Sarkozy marches France back into NATO command

French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced on Wednesday that France would return to the NATO military command, four decades after General Charles de Gaulle declared France's independence from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's command structure.

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Discovery liftoff postponed due to gas leak

The launch of the US space shuttle Discovery was postponed Wednesday just hours before liftoff after NASA engineers found a gas leak in the filling system for its external tank.

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Northern Ireland murder scene on edge

Armed police in Northern Ireland probing the killing of a police officer arrested two men on Tuesday in the town where the attack took place. Footage of the murder scene.

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Gaza offensive forces police to work outside

Policemen in Gaza have been forced to work out on the street after numerous police stations were destroyed during the latest Israeli military offensive. Dotted across the Palestinian territory are officers taking complaints and filling in paperwork at tables outside.

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Can tattoed fish bring good fortune to their owners?

Tattooed fish is a small but growing niche product in the world of tropical fish -- and many owners in Asia believe the colourful creatures will bring them good luck.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Wednesday, March 11: At least 10 dead in Ala. shooting; Lawyer: Madoff to plead guilty; L.A. school board to send notices of impending layoffs; Upper midwest hit by late winter storm.

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Man Commits Suicide, Model's Body Found

Authorities in Tenn. say a man shot himself to death as police were about to question him about a missing part-time model. Police also believe they have found the woman's body. (March 10)

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Recession Spawns 'tent Cities' in Calif. Capital

Sacramento residents forced out of their homes by the recession are literally pitching their tents across about 40 acres of unused land. The trend has become an alternative to shelters which have run out of beds. (March 10)

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School Board Approves Layoffs, Teachers Protest

The Los Angeles school board has voted to send notices of impending layoffs to more than 8,800 teachers and other employees. The AP's John Mone reports on how dozens of teachers staged a sit-in on the board in protest. (March 10)

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10 Shot, Killed in South Ala. Towns; Gunman Dead

A gunman went on a shooting spree in two neighboring south Alabama towns Tuesday, killing nine people before he shot himself at a metals plant, authorities said. (March 10)

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Ala. Shooting- 'This is a Horrific Thing'

A gunman on a rampage across two southern Ala. counties killed at least nine people Tuesday, including members of his family and strangers, and burned down his mother's home before shooting himself at a metals plant, authorities said. (March 10)

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First Person- 10 Shot, Killed in South Ala

A gunman went on a shooting spree in two south Alabama towns Tuesday, killing nine people before he shot himself at a metals plant, authorities said. (March 10)

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Students React to a New Face for Facebook

Facebook's homepage is getting a makeover. Starting Wednesday, users will be able to get real time updates on what their friends are doing. The move is being viewed as a way for the social network to stay competitive with Twitter. (March 10)

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Lawyer- Madoff Will Plead Guilty to All Charges

Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff unexpectedly revealed Tuesday that he will plead guilty to all charges, without a plea deal, and faces a prison sentence of up to 150 years. (March 10)

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Severe Weather Pounds Upper Midwest

Heavy snow driven by wind gusting to 40 mph brought parts of the upper Midwest to a halt Tuesday, closing courts, schools, businesses and two major highways. (March 10)

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