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Friday, March 13, 2009

The Financial Optimists

Despite constant news reports of a declining economy and dwindling financial markets, Steve Hartman meets several optimists who say that remaining hopeful will be the true key to success.

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MySpace, Facebook Evidence Hub

In a new age of technology, officials have turned to social networking web sites such as MySpace and Facebook in order to gain evidence in criminal cases. Daniel Sieberg reports from Portsmouth, Va.

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Obama's Economic Confidence

President Obama and top White House staffers are urging Americans to remain confident about the economy and its ability to rebound. CBS News chief White House correspondent Chip Reid reports.

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Prison Life For Madoff

As disgraced Ponzi scheme financier Bernie Madoff faces a maximum of 150 years behind bars, Armen Keteyian reports on the new style of living this former Wall Street magnate now faces.

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Stewart And Cramer Face Off

An on-air television feud between "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart and CNBC's Jim Cramer has sparked debate about media coverage of the current economic crisis. CBS News' Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Hiring Woes At Treasury Dept.

The Treasury Department has faced hindrances in hiring employees for top-level positions, as some are wary of the vetting process of the Obama administration. Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.

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Masturbation- How Much Is Too Much?

Dr. Jon LaPook talks to sexpert Dr. Harry Fisch about the pros and cons of masturbation.

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Craig Goes to Prom

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford does his best 'Access Hollywood' impression from inside the annual White House Corresondents Association dinner in Washington, DC.

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama's Hollywood Ending

Despite Hillary Clinton's landslide win in Puerto Rico and her slight gain in delegates with the DNC Rules Committee's decision on Fla. and Mich., CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says Barack Obama is poised for a dramatic night this Tuesday.

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Ed- Iraq Hearings A Big "Success"

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says there's a new word in the Iraq war lexicon, and both Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama used it often during their respective Congressional committee hearings with Gen. Petraeus and Amb. Ryan Crocker .

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Notebook- Terror

A color-coded advisory system was created seven years ago to indicate how high the risk was for a terrorist attack. Since 2006, the level has been yellow, meaning "elevated." Katie Couric comments.

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POLITICO Playbook 03/13/09

POLITICO Playbook 03/13/09

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Craig Goes to Prom

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford does his best 'Access Hollywood' impression from inside the annual White House Corresondents Association dinner in Washington, DC.

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama's Hollywood Ending

Despite Hillary Clinton's landslide win in Puerto Rico and her slight gain in delegates with the DNC Rules Committee's decision on Fla. and Mich., CQ Politics columnist Craig Crawford says Barack Obama is poised for a dramatic night this Tuesday.

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Ed- Iraq Hearings A Big "Success"

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says there's a new word in the Iraq war lexicon, and both Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama used it often during their respective Congressional committee hearings with Gen. Petraeus and Amb. Ryan Crocker .

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Did Obama Snub Brown?

Vanity Fair's Christopher Hitchens talks with Bob Schieffer about whether British PM Gordon Brown was snubbed on his trip to the White House, American foreign policy and what water boarding feels like.

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Friday's Gibbs and takes

Friday's Gibbs and takes

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Obama's Education Policy

Bob Schieffer is joined by Russ Whitehurst, the director of education policy at Brookings Institute and Politico.com's Jonathan Martin to talk about the politics behind Obama's education policy.

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Benefits For Gay Spouses?

The Defense of Marriage Act prevents gay spouses of federal workers from receiving financial benefits that heterosexual spouses receive. The first major legal challenge against the act has been filed. CBS Ross Palombo reports.

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Kitty Litter Facial Scrub?

Kym Douglas, author of "The Black Book Of Hollywood Beauty Secrets," tells Julie Chen about some surprising ways celebrities achieve their glamorous looks.

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The Wildcard, 03.13.09

See surfing dogs, dancing mickey, and air mattress racing in this week's Wildcard with Cali Carlin.

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This Week in VIDEO

This Week in VIDEO

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The GOP Boy Wonder

The GOP may not have an identifiable leader, but one may be waiting in the wings. Author and commentator Jonathan Krohn, age 14, talks to Bob Schieffer about his party and his newfound fame.

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This Week in Video

This Week in Video

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Obama talks up 'post-bubble' economy

Obama talks up 'post-bubble' economy

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This Week in Playback

This Week in Playback

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Gibbs loved Stewart-Cramer smackdown

Gibbs loved Stewart-Cramer smackdown

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Washington Unplugged 03.13.09

Republican wonder kid Jonathan Krohn, the politics of education, the ?special? relationship between the US and Great Britain.

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Credit Scores At Risk

Financial expert Jill Schlesinger explains to Harry Smith why companies are closing lines of credit, what that does to credit scores and what should be done about it.

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Learning To Pan-Fry

Chef Lucinda Scala Quinn from Everyday Food magazine, demonstrates pan frying technique to Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez for flair and flavor.

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Dwayne Johnson Likes Laughs

Return To Witch Mountain star Dwayne Johnson talks to Maggie Rodriguez about playing for laughs in his new film and his SNL "The Rock" Obama impersonation.

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Fish Tale Caught On Tape

A dramatic encounter with a tiger shark is caught on tape by spear fishermen Ryan McInnis, DJ Struntz and Craig Clasen. They talked to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Amtrak Joe

Amtrak Joe

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Summers defends intervention

Summers defends intervention

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Allergy Survival Guide

Online information is available to help you prepare for allergy season says Dr. Clifford Bassett. He talked to Harry Smith about why people mistakenly believe they have a cold instead of allergies.

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Casey Anthony In Court

Defense Attorney Jose Baez talks to Maggie Rodriguez about the pre-trial hearing of Casey Anthony in Orlando, Fla., who's charged with the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony.

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Near Miss For Space Station

A small piece of debris nearly hit the International Space Station causing astronauts to evacuate, reports Daniel Sieberg.

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Madoff 'Not Sociopathic'

Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner explains to Harry Smith how a criminal like Bernard Madoff is not a sociopath.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/13/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/13/09

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Dow Climbs Above 7,000

Good news for Wall Street sent the Dow over 7,000, but experts urge investors to be realistic. Jeff Glor reports and Maggie Rodriguez talks to Michael Santoli from Barron's magazine.

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Cantor at Coffeehouse Conversations- Part 2

Cantor at Coffeehouse Conversations: Part 2

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Cantor at Coffeehouse Conversations- Part 2

Cantor at Coffeehouse Conversations: Part 2

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POLITICO Playback 3/13/09

Jon Stewart and Jim Cramer duke it out

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GOP ad slams Murphy

GOP ad slams Murphy

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Michelle on WH adjustment

Michelle on WH adjustment

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Stewart eviscerates Cramer

Stewart eviscerates Cramer

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Matthews and Donaldson Debate Top WH Journos

Matthews and Donaldson Debate Top WH Journos

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U.s.- Blended, Family Style

Claudia Copquin and Glen Ames decided to give marriage another shot. Their five children are coming along for the ride.

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Greek Youths Smash Stores

Dozens of youths carrying sledgehammers and iron bars have smashed cars, banks and storefronts in an upscale district of central Athens in the latest outbreak of violence in Greece. (March 13)

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Boy Roughed Up on Golf Course for Chasing Balls

A 12-year-old Arizona boy got clubbed with a golf club and thrown in some bushes by a man upset he was collecting golf balls. The 37-year-old now faces charges. (March 13)

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Summers- 'Excess of Fear' Must Be Broken

Lawrence Summers, President Barack Obama's top economic adviser, said Friday that the crisis in the financial sector has led to an 'excess of fear' that must be broken to reverse the economic downturn. (March 13)

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Raw Video- Fire at Bangladesh Mall Kills 1

A fire swept through Bangladesh's largest shopping mall Friday, killing a security guard, injuring at least 50 others and sending frightened shoppers fleeing outside. (March 13)

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Video Essay- I Just Begged for It Not to Be True

A family of member of someone killed during Tuesday's massacre in Alabama tells his story about losing his wife. The AP's Carolyn Kaster tells the story of a small town trying to put shattered pieces back together. (March 13)

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Chicago's Sears Tower to Be No More

The tallest building in America is getting a new owner and a new name. The Sears Tower is becoming the Willis Tower after a London-based insurance broker announces it is moving in. (March 13)

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Man Accused of Beheading Wife Pleads Not Guilty

The founder of a Muslim-American television channel has pleaded not guilty to murder in the beheading of his wife. (March 13)

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Raw Video- Rescuing About 200 Dogs

An Eastern Oregon man has been accused of allowing about 200 dogs to roam freely on a sagebrush flat, living in pens, house trailers and crates, and scrapping over a daily bag of kibble. (March 13)

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Some Australian Beaches Declared Disaster Zones

Authorities declared a disaster zone Friday along a stretch of some of Australia's most pristine and popular beaches after tons of fuel oil that leaked from a stricken cargo ship blackened the creamy white sand for miles. (March 13)

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Raw Video- Truck Slams Into Texas Hotel

A tractor-trailer rig loaded with auto parts veered off an interstate and slammed into a Residence Inn in Temple, Texas. The driver was injured, but is expected to recover. (March 12)

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Anna Nicole Smith's Boyfriend, Doctors Charged

Anna Nicole Smith's former boyfriend and two doctors have been charged with conspiracy to furnish drugs to the former Playboy playmate before she died of an overdose in 2007. (March 13)

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Your Money- 401(k) Loans

The unemployment rate continues to rise and many people are considering tapping into their retirement savings, or taking a loan against their 401(k) plan. Author Lynette Khalfani-Cox offers some guidance. (March 13)

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March 13- Stocks End Best Week Since November

A stunning about-face in bank shares handed the stock market its best week since November. (March 13)

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Obama on Economy- 'We'll Get Through This'

President Barack Obama and a top adviser are voicing new hope on the economy, saying he's confident America will get through this. The AP's Mark Smith looks at the president's newly optimistic message. (March 13)

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Obama Tries Out New Economic Messengers

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has been criticized for being light on details of the economic recovery plan. The AP's Julie Pace looks at who else the White House is rolling out to deliver Obama's message. (March 13)

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Money Minute- China, Trade, ATT

China's premier didn't say it in so many words, but the implied warning to Washington was blunt: Don't devalue the dollar through reckless spending. (March 13)

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First Person- Investor on Madoff Going to Jail

A wiped out investor was 'strangely relieved and totally dissatisfied' that Bernard Madoff has gone from a $7 million penthouse to a tiny jail cell in Manhattan with cinderblock walls and linoleum floors. (March 13)

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Sports- Playing B�isbol

As the Cuban baseball team advances through the 2009 World Baseball Classic, fans in Mexico City are given the rare opportunity to cheer for the mysterious and famously talented players.

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Sports- Tournament Tipoff

Columnist William C. Rhoden joins Pete Thamel and Connor Ennis at Madison Square Garden to break down the latest and best story lines from the Big East Tournament.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Are Unions Good?

Matthew Yglesias, left, of the Center for American Progress and Matt Welch of Reason debate whether labor unions build up the middle class.

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N.y./region- Musical Madness

One hundred high schools across New Jersey compete in the Rising Star Awards, considered by some to be the Tony Awards for high schools.

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Pop art's children- fashion star remembers Warhol

More than 20 years after his death Andy Warhol is still controversial but his legacy has indelibly stamped all modern art forms -- including fashion. French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac talks to AFPTV about his love for his late friend's work and how it influenced his own creativity over the decades.

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Cult director Almodovar presents new film

Cult Spanish film-maker Pedro Almodovar premiered his new film in Madrid on Friday, "Los Abrazaos Rotos" ("broken arms").

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N. Ireland buries slain policeman

Northern Ireland's police constable Stephen Carroll has been buried, the third victim of recent attacks by fringe republicans opposed to the decade-long peace process.

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Ex-rebels poised to take El Salvador presidency

El Salvador stages a presidential election on Sunday that could see former leftist rebels complete their political takeover, 17 years after the end of a civil war in the crime-plagued Central American country.

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EU to hand over Chad peacekeeping

The United Nations will inherit a significantly improved security situation, but an ongoing humanitarian crisis in Chad, when the EU hands over its peacekeeping mission on March 15th. Banditry and rebel activity in the region remain constant threats- root problems no foreign military force can tackle alone.

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E-books make new bid for readers

The first onslaught of electronic books on printed volumes a decade ago was easily fought off, but ebooks are back: sleeker, cheaper and with some real advantages over the paper version. France's annual publishing jamboree, the Salon du Livre, is setting aside a special space for the last domain in which digital hasn't won the battle -- yet.

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Marc Riboud, a life in photos

Marc Riboud has been everywhere, and at the most important moments, it would seem from more than 100 photos on show at the Museum of Romantic Life in Paris. AFPTV looked back in time with the inveterate adventurer, now 85.

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Cramer, Stewart Clash Over Economy

CNBC host Jim Cramer and Comedy Central host Jon Stewart clashed on Stewart's show Thursday night. Stewart has been critical of Cramer and CNBC about their reporting of the economic crisis. (March 13)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Friday, March 13: Anna Nicole Smith's former boyfriend charged; Madoff goes to prison; Ala. shooter was reportedly depressed over failed career plans; Former hostages awarded Defense of Freedom Medal.

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1 Dead, 16 Missing After Canadian Chopper Crash

One person is dead, another has been rescued after a helicopter crashed off the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland. 16 people on the helicopter at the time remain missing. (March 13)

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Tractor-trailer Rig Slams Into Texas Hotel

A tractor-trailer rig loaded with auto parts veered off an interstate and slammed into a Residence Inn in Temple, Texas. The driver was injured, but is expected to recover. (March 12)

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Church Shooter Hoped Attack Would Spur More

An unemployed trucker seething over liberalism told police he opened fire in a Tennessee church last year, hoping others would follow his lead. (March 12)

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Children With 'Nazi Names' Still in Foster Care

A court hearing to determine custody for 3 children with Nazi-inspired names failed to yield a decision, leaving the matter still unresolved. Their parents had hoped to regain custody of the children who were placed in foster care in January. (March 12)

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Officials- Ala. Shooter Depressed Over Failures

The man blamed for the worst massacre in Alabama history was depressed and frustrated with his inability to become a Marine or a police officer, officials said Thursday. (March 13)

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China pitches Tibet as 'paradise' in propaganda war

China's state media is pitching Tibet an earthly paradise, rejecting the Dalai Lama's claims that it had become a "hell on earth."

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China wraps up annual parliament session

As 3,000 Chinese lawmakers wrapped up their full session of parliament, Premier Wen Jiabao said it would be difficult to sustain eight percent growth.

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Keeping Istanbul's waters clean

Istanbul is hosting the World Water Forum on Monday. Its agenda could have a direct impact on this metropolis of 13 million souls, where water treatment is a major, and growing, challenge.

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Chinese Premier ready to launch new stimulus measures if needed

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao say he is ready to inject more money into the country's economy if needed, to top up a 580-billion-dollar stimulus package.

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Aid group MSF to pull staff from Sudan following kidnap

NGO aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is pulling all its staff from Sudan's restive Darfur region following the kidnapping of three foreign workers, an act Khartoum has blamed on bandits.

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Japanese gadget controls iPod in blink of an eye

A wink, a smile or a raised eyebrow could soon change the music on your MP3 player or start up the washing machine, thanks to a new Japanese gadget.

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3 Rescued Hostages Awarded U.S. Medal

Three Americans who were freed last year after surviving years of captivity by Columbian rebels were awarded the U.S. Defense of Freedom Medal. (March 12)

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Majority Want More Gov't Funding for Alternative Energy

A strong majority of Americans (77%) say the government should increase financial support for alternative energy sources, but 39% say the same about funding for traditional energy sources such as oil and gas.

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Anna Nicole Smith's Boyfriend, Doctors Charged

Anna Nicole Smith's former boyfriend and two doctors have been charged with conspiracy to furnish drugs to the former Playboy playmate before she died of an overdose in 2007. (March 13)

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6 Charged in Mentally Disabled 'Fight Club' Case

Corpus Christi Police issued arrest warrants Thursday for six workers accused of organizing a 'fight club' where residents of a state facility for the mentally and developmentally disabled fought each other for the staff's entertainment. (March 12)

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