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Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Chairman Part 1

If you think your job is tough, consider Ben Bernanke's. As Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the task of reviving the U.S. economy falls largely on his shoulders. Scott Pelley has the interview.

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Flying With The Golden Knights

Only On The Web: CBS News' Kimberly Dozier got the rare opportunity to skydive with the U.S. Army's legendary Golden Knights Parachute Team.

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Rosie's Special Honor

Rosie Donaghey, 88, has brought charm and compassion to her Bronx neighborhood for nearly 50 years. This St. Patrick's Day, Rosie is getting a most special thank you. Russ Mitchell reports.

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The Golden Knights

The Golden Knights Parachute Team is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary. As Kimberly Dozier reports, they're using aerial feats of daring to train U.S. Special Forces.

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New Hope For Peanut Allergies

For the more than 3 million U.S. children who suffer from food allergies, there may be hope. As Bianca Solorzano reports, a study shows ingesting trace amounts of peanuts may build a tolerance.

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Cutting Back On Eating Out

From Ruby Tuesday's to The Cheesecake Factory, the economic downturn is slowing orders at the nation's top restaurant chains. Ben Tracy reports.

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Pakistan's Political Strife

Pakistan is facing political unrest as Nawaz Sharif holds mass protests and calls for judicial reforms and the re-hiring of judges fired by the government. Richard Roth reports.

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AIG Pays Millions In Bonuses

Insurance giant AIG - propped up with $170 billion in taxpayer dollars - is paying more than $100 million in bonuses to retain key employees. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Taxes For Health Benefits?

President Obama denounced taxing employee healthcare benefits during his campaign but, as Joel Brown reports, the administration is signaling it could be open to the idea.

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Executive Privilege

Becoming President of the United States has always guaranteed a place in history. But increasingly, becoming President guarantees something else millions of dollars. Jim Axelrod reports.

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In Good Company

Imagine coming to work at a company where trust, collaboration and communication are equally as important as the bottom line. As Rita Braver reports, they do exist.

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Looking Ahead

Suze Orman comments on looking forward and not back as far as your finances. She offers advice for confusing times.

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Discount Detox

With sales abundant in most stores, consumers are reaping the benefits of the recession. As Michelle Miller reports, retailers may not be able to sustain discounts for long.

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Obama plans to boost small biz

Obama to help small businesses

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Face The Nation, 3.15.09

National Economic Council Director Lawrence Summers spoke about controversial AIG bonuses; The New York Times' Thomas Friedman discussed bank bailouts and Bob Schieffer talks trash.

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Trash Talk

Bob Schieffer discussed the state of America's trash. Garbage dumped at local landfills is down as much as 30 percent.

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Battle Over Bonuses

Bob Schieffer spoke with National Economic Council Director Lawrence Summers about AIG spending hundreds of millions in bailout money on executive bonuses.

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Question Of Fairness

Bob Schieffer spoke with The New York Times' Thomas Friedman about the anger over AIG bonuses and threats from Pakistan.

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Economy dominates Sunday shows

Economy dominates Sunday shows

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Goolsbee mum on taxing health care

Goolsbee mum on taxing health care

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Reax to AIG- 'Outrageous'

Lawmakers blast AIG

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Romer on taxing health care

Roger: Obama is against taxing health care

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Cantor blames the press

Cantor blames the press

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Summers- AIG bonuses 'outrageous'

Summers: AIG bonuses 'outrageous'

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Summers on economic woes

Summers on economic woes

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Cheney "not happy" with Libby decision

Cheney "not happy" with Libby decision

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Cheney- Obama made country less safe

Cheney: Obama made country less safe

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Cheney on Iraq

Cheney on Iraq

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Cheney- Hill is no Crocker

Cheney: Hill is no Crocker

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Cheney blames Frank and Dodd

Cheney blames Frank and Dodd

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Cheney- Bush not at fault for crisis

Cheney: Bush not at fault for crisis

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Experiment Helps 5 Children Lose Peanut Allergy

Scientists have the first evidence that life-threatening peanut allergies may be cured one day. A few kids now are allergy-free thanks to a scary treatment, tiny amounts of the very food that endangered them. (March 15)

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Raw Video- Chaos at 'Top Model' Tryouts

Three people were arrested and six others hurt after bedlam broke out while they waited to audition for "America's Next Top Model." Police didn't know what prompted the chaos. (March 15)

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Austrian Incest Trial Starts Amid Tight Security

The trial of an Austrian man who allegedly held his daughter as a sex slave for 24 years and fathered her seven children starts Monday amid tight security and intense media interest. (March 15)

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Man Shoots 4 at Family Gathering, Kills Self

A man shot four people to death at a family gathering early Sunday, then went home and killed himself, police said. The man may have been upset because his wife had left him, according to a sergeant with the Miami Police Department. (March 15)

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NASA Shooting for Sunday Night Shuttle Launch

NASA is unsure what caused the hydrogen gas leak that prevented space shuttle Discovery from flying, but nonetheless will attempt another launch Sunday. (March 15)

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AIG to Pay $165M in Bonuses Despite Bailout

American International Group is giving its executives tens of millions of dollars in new bonuses even though it received a taxpayer bailout of more than $170 billion dollars. (March 15)

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NFL Player Hits, Kills Pedestrian in Miami

Police in Florida say Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth struck and killed 59-year-old Mario Reyes with his Bentley while he heading toward the beach. (March 14)

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Raw Video- Cuban Athlete Bounces to New Record

Cuban athlete Erick Hernandez bounced a soccer ball on his thigh for one hour, 28 minutes and six seconds, beating his previous 2007 record by almost three minutes. (March 15)

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Vietnam Bus Accident Kills 10 Russian Tourists

Police say a speeding bus fell off a cliff in southern Vietnam, killing at least 10 people. Nine were Russian tourists. Fourteen others remain hospitalised, some in critical condition. (March 14)

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Vows- Vows- Mary Ellen & Charley

Mary Ellen Leuver and Charles Drucker met at Yale in 2006. After 14 weeks of leading class discussions and a year and a half of coffee dates, they realized it was more than friendship.

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Raw Video- Truck Almost Hits NC Sheriff's Deputy

A North Carolina sheriff's deputy is conducting a traffic stop, when he's forced to leap out of the way of a pickup truck that veers off the road after it was hit by a tractor-trailer. (March 14)

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