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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Brazilian Custody Battle

American David Goldman is embroiled in an international custody battle, as he fights to regain his 8-year-old son, Sean, from Brazil. As Michelle Miller reports, Pres. Obama is now even involved.

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Angry Investors Sue Trump

Real estate giant Donald Trump now faces over 70 investor plaintiffs who are now suing him after loosing millions of dollars due to a failed resort in Baja. Ben Tracy reports.

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Rare Audio Of Literary Heroes

The voices of legendary authors such as Virginia Wolfe, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and J.R.R. Tolkien have been collected and stored in a British library. CBS News Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.

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Tracing Missing Madoff Money

Victims who have lost massive amounts of money due to Bernie Madoff s infamous Ponzi scheme are now desperately searching for their missing investment funds. Priya David reports.

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FDA Reform

In an effort to introduce reform to the inspection and safety of products on the market, Pres. Obama has named Dr. Margaret Hamburg to lead the Food and Drug Administration. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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G-20 Dispute Economic Crisis

Representatives from 20 nations have convened outside London in order to address the fiscal crisis. But, as Mark Phillips reports, there are major disagreements about the road to economic recovery.

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Ivanka Trump Speaks Out

Only On The Web: Ivanka Trump, daughter of famous real estate mogul Donald Trump, discusses investors who are suing her father after losing millions of dollars from a failed resort in Baja.

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China's Concerns Over U.S.

The separate economies of the United States and China are extremely co-dependent upon one another, which has sparked greater concern over the worldwide recession. Barry Petersen reports from Beijing.

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A Taste Of St. Patrick's Day

In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, Chef Gerard Reidy serves up some classic Irish recipes with a twist. Don't miss mussels with soda bread, a traditional stew, and an irresistible banana desert.

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Yanni, Live!

He's sold millions of albums around the world and redefined a music genre. Now, legendary New Age artist Yanni returns from a professional break for a stunning performance at the Second Cup Caf .

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Will The Jobs Ever Return?

N.Y. Daily News publisher Mort Zuckerman, Fortune Magazine editor Lee Gallagher, and Jill Schlesinger from StrategicPoint Investment Advisors discuss employment in the new series, The Early Line.

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Under The Radar, 03.14.09

A deer runs wild through a convenience store and monkeys in Thailand learn to floss their teeth. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill present some of this week s news stories which you may have missed.

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Natural Remedies For Allergies

During this time of year, many individuals may face allergy setbacks. WCBS medical reporter Dr. Holly Phillips offers low cost and natural medicines to help prevent and combat allergic reactions.

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A Positive Financial Outlook

Lauren Ashburn from USA Today discusses a survey of 1000 people who were interviewed about economic hardships and the nation. Ashburn notes that Americans are still optimistic about the future.

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Steps For Social Networking

As the unemployment rate sky rockets, jobs have become increasingly difficult to find. Erica Hill speaks with career coach Win Sheffield and Alana Tepper, who found work through social networking.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Win a Trip With Nicholas Kristof, 2009

College sophomore Paul Bowers has won a reporting trip to Africa with Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.

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Front- National- A High School on the Front Line

At Cecil D. Hylton High School in suburban Virginia, non-English speaking students thrive academically in separate classrooms, but what opportunities do they sacrifice in return?

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Saturday, March 14, 2009: G-20 talks in England; Obama talks food safety in weekly address; Lighter sentence possible for Madoff; Huge dog rescue in Oregon.

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First Person- Man Battles Tiger Shark

Spear fisherman Craig Clasen fought and killed a 12-foot tiger shark last year in the Gulf of Mexico. Fellow fisherman, Ryan McInnis, describes the video he shot of the bloody two hour struggle. (March 13)

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Obama- Investors Should Have Confidence in US

President Barack Obama says investors should have 'absolute confidence' in the soundness of the United States. (March 14)

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Obama Welcomes Brazil's President

President Barack Obama welcomed the president of Brazil to the White House and pledged to strengthen the relationship between the two nations. (March 14)

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Madoff 'May Not' Stay Behind Bars

Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty to swindling billions and could get up to 150 years in prison. But a former assistant U.S. Attorney says he foresees a reduced sentence because Madoff is the only one who can help get the money back. (March 13)

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Anna Nicole Smith's Boyfriend, Doctors Charged

Anna Nicole Smith's lawyer-turned-boyfriend and two doctors conspired to provide the Playboy Playmate with thousands of prescription pills before her 2007 fatal overdose. The AP's John Mone reports on the charges filed. (March 13)

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G-20 Officials Wrestle With Policy Divisions

The major emerging countries at a meeting of international finance officials have called on the United States and Europe to improve information sharing and demanded a bigger role in guiding the International Monetary Fund. (March 14)

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Obama Announces FDA Pick in Address

Obama used his weekly radio and video address to announce the nomination of former New York City Health Commissioner Margaret Hamburg as FDA commissioner, and his choice of Baltimore Health Commissioner Joshua Sharfstein as her deputy. (March 14)

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Not Guilty Plea Entered in NY Beheading Case

The founder of a Muslim-American television station pleaded not guilty Friday to beheading his estranged wife. (March 14)

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GOP Attacks Obama's Economic Plan

Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa says "the president and his allies in Congress want to spend too much, tax too much, and borrow too much." Grassley says "somebody has to pay, if not the middle class now, then later." (March 14)

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Australian Oil Spill Worse Than Thought

Ten times more oil than originally thought leaked from a ship to blacken miles of white sand beaches along Australia's northeast coast, a government official said. (March 14)

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N.C. Teen Reports Family's Murder in 911 Call

Screaming and sobbing, a teenage girl dialed 911 to report that a friend had been yanked into her own North Carolina home by a strange man who was stabbing and beating her. (March 14)

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Calif. Teachers See Red Over Mass Pink Slips

In a spring rite, public school employees throughout California have been warned of wrenching classroom cuts. The state estimates 26,500 teachers will get pink slips by Sunday. That's 2 and a half times as many as were issued last year. (March 13)

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In US, they blow up mountains for coal

The traditional lifestyle of the Appalachian peaks of West Virginia is under threat from mining companies who blow the summits off mountains to reach the coal deposits that lie beneath the surface.

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Namibia's rural people tap into the tourist trade

Since Namibia 's independence and the end of apartheid in 1990, rural people have been able to make decisions about how best to use tribal and communal lands.

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Austrian Fritzl to be tried for murder, rape, incest, slavery

The Austrian press are calling it the trial of the century. On Monday Josef Fritzl will be in the dock, having admitted to keeping his daughter locked in the cellar of his house for 24 years and raping her repeatedly.

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China can have confidence in US economy- Obama

US President Barack Obama said Saturday that China could have "absolute confidence" in the US economy, after Premier Wen Jiabao expressed concern about Chinese investments in the United States.

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G20 to take 'whatever action necessary' on slowdown

G20 finance ministers vowed Saturday to take "whatever action is necessary" on the world economic slowdown, after talks preparing for a key summit on fighting the crisis next month. The politicians managed to reach agreement on the need for an "urgent" and substantial funding boost for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), although a communique issued afterwards did not put a figure on how much.

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Bin Laden - Arab leaders 'complicit' with Israel over Gaza

Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden accused some Arab leaders of being "complicit" with Israel and the West against Muslims and urged holy war to liberate the Palestinian territories, in an audio tape broadcast by Al-Jazeera television on Saturday.

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G20 finance ministers meet near London ahead of summit

Vital talks between world finance ministers on tackling the credit crunch got under way on Saturday, as host Britain insisted it was "sure" of progress -- despite splits between the US and Europe.

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Paris to see Warhol's Wide World

A major exhibition of US pop-art giant Andy Warhol opens in Paris this week, marking the first time a French museum has showcased the artist since his death in 1987.

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Water, an increasingly dear resource in Uganda

Water treatment in Uganda's capital city is becoming more and more expensive because of the increased pollution of Lake Victoria. As a result, for the people that live there, paying the water bill is getting harder and harder.

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