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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Pres. Obama On 'Tonight Show'

March 19, 2009: President Obama appeared on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno." He is the first sitting president to appear before a late night TV talk show audience.

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Obama's 'Special Olympics' crack

Obama's 'Special Olympics' crack

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Obama defends Geithner

Obama defends Geithner

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Leno jabs Obama, Biden

Leno jabs Obama, Biden

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Michelle Reaches Out

As the dropout rate in Washington, D.C., rises, Michelle Obama visited the students at Anacostia High School and brought a lot of hope with the help of some famous friends. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Iraq Under Fire

While violence has decreased throughout Iraq, U.S. troops still face strong opposition forces within the northern city of Mosul. CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Joe Cassano Behind AIG Mess?

Former AIG executive Joseph Cassano has been keeping a low profile but, as Elizabeth Palmer reports, Cassano may be responsible for the multi-billion dollar financial crisis at this insurance giant.

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The True Costs Of Recovery

Based upon reports and studies from past recessions and major previous fiscal crises, financial experts have offered a bleak economic forecast for the next several years. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama's Town Hall Meetings

Pres. Obama held town hall meetings in California in order to promote his economic recovery plans, while Republicans have criticized him for his appearance on the "Tonight Show." Chip Reid reports.

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AIG "Professional Losers"

In response to AIG's brazen use of taxpayer money, a bill was passed imposing a 90% tax on executive bonuses above $250,000 for firms getting a $5 billion or more bailout.

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Expensive Executions

Although a capital punishment supporter, Gov. Bill Richardson (D-N.M.) has repealed the death penalty in his state. As Ben Tracy reports, the costs of executions are hampering government budgets.

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Taking A Chance On Kelsy

As a recent college graduate, Kelsy Nova hopes that her skills and dogged determination will land her the right job, even in these tough financial times.

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Geithner on AIG bonuses

Geithner on AIG bonuses

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Geithner on Dodd

Geithner on Dodd

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Michelle to women- "We're counting on you"

Michelle to women: "We're counting on you"

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Notebook- Crime In The Congo

In the Congo, children as young as 10 are kidnapped by rebels and forced into battle and sexual slavery. Katie Couric reports.

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Loaded- March Madness

Microsoft unleashes Internet Explorer 8, the iPhone gets tethering capabilities (sort of), and Brian Cooley tells us how to watch March Madness anywhere and everywhere you go this month.

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Obama- "We are not always going to be right- Obama: "We are not always going to be right:

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Arnold on Obama- 'Beautiful'

Arnold on Obama: 'Beautiful'

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Obama vs. Coach K

In his interview on liberal host Ed Schultz’s radio show, President Obama pushed back on the Duke basketball coach's criticism.

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Obama talks calories

Obama talks calories

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Volcano Erupts Near Tonga

Caught On Tape: Scientists inspected an undersea volcano that has been erupting for days near Tonga. Authorities said there is not any danger to islanders at this stage.

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Spring Trends- Color & Ruffles

Lori Bergamotto from People Style Watch suggests bright colors, ruffles and florals for this year's Spring fashion.

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Arnold welcomes Obama to Cali

Arnold welcomes Obama to Cali

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Craig Ferguson For Laughs

The Late, Late Show host Craig Ferguson was up early to crack jokes with Maggie Rodriguez and Chris Wragge and talk about his new DVD, "A Wee Bit O' Revolution."

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Making The World A 'Better Place'

Shai Agassi is on a monumental quest to make the world a '"better place." He wants to replace everyone's gas-fueled cars with environmentally friendly electric cars. David Pogue reports.

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Hypochondria- Treatment Tactics

Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Dr. William Fischer about how to treat hypochondria.

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Hypochondria- Diagnosis

Dr. Jon LaPook talks to Dr. William Fisher about what it really means to be a hypochondriac.

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Skiing Safety Review

Mike Roberts from Outside magazine shares tips with Chris Wragge for the most safety while hitting the slopes.

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Sope Style Mexican

Chef Richard Sandoval demonstrates modern Mexican cooking with Chris Wragge and Maggie Rodriguez with Sope style dishes.

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A Car That Really Flies

For about $200,000 grand, one could 'hop' over in this Jetsons-like vehicle. Dave Price talks to Carl Deitrich, founder of Terrafugia, the company that makes the Transition flying car.

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Obama at Electric Car Facility

Obama at Electric Car Facility

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Tightening of sphincters...

Tightening of sphincters...

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Biden in St. Cloud, MN

Biden in St. Cloud, MN

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Jim Cramer talks about Jon Stewart

Jim Cramer talks about Jon Stewart

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Big Brother Casting Call

Julie Chen spoke with former Big Brother house guests and the show's casting director about what it t/kes to make it into the Big Brother house.

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Cutting Corners With Coupons

Couponmom.com's Stephanie Nelson spoke with Chris Wragge about how anyone can become strategic shoppers with the right coupons.

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Mortgage Rates To Drop?

Contributor Ray Martin answers your financial questions about the stimulus package, mortgages and loans.

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AIG Outrage Played Out

Michael Santoli, associate editor at Barron's magazine, offers some perspecive to Maggie Rodriguez in light of the AIG controversy.

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Michelle hangs with the stars

Michelle hangs with the stars

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Boehner on AIG and Budget

Boehner on AIG, new tax bill, budget

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Dora's Tween Makeover

Popular bilingual cartoon character Dora The Explorer is growing up and getting a makeover. As Maggie Rodriguez reports, the new Dora has parents in an uproar.

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AIG Flap Derails Obama Message

President Obama tried to keep his economic message intact during his speech in California by taking the blame for the AIG bonus controversy, reports Chip Reid.

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Suite Deal For Citigroup

Bailout recipient Citigroup plans to build a multi-million dollar executive suite in New York. Bloomberg News' Erik Schatzker reveals new details.

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International Custody Battles

Two fathers seek justice after their children were kidnapped by their own mothers and taken to foreign countries. They shared their stories with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/19/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/19/09

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Mack on Geithner- "He should go"

Mack on Geithner: "He should go"

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Mack on Geithner- "He should go"

Mack on Geithner: "He should go"

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POLITICO Playback 3/19/09

POLITICO Playback 3/19/09

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Obama finds his funny bone

Obama finds his funny bone

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RIchard Dreyfuss- Cheney should be in jail!

RIchard Dreyfuss: Cheney should be in jail!

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Sports- N.C.A.A. Tournament Tipoff

With the N.C.A.A. basketball tournament underway, Sports Editor Tom Jolly and Connor Ennis preview Friday's action.

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Africa- Reporter's Notebook- Libya's Leader

Authoritarian leaders all over the world take steps to create a veneer of democracy. Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi outdoes almost all of them.

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Raw Video- Astronauts Go Spacewalking

A pair of astronauts are out on a spacewalk 220 miles above Earth, getting ready to install a new set of solar wings at the international space station. (March 19)

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Police- Conn. Teacher Made Boy Eat From Garbage

A kindergarten teacher in Connecticut has been arrested for allegedly forcing a 5-year-old boy to eat food the child had thrown in a garbage can. (March 19)

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Gates- 'Hope' Bin Laden Will Be Caught

Defense Secretary Robert Gates vows the search continues for Osama bin Laden. The comments were made ahead of a newly released Web message by bin Laden. (March 19)

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Obama Visits Economically Hard-hit California

President Barack Obama is visiting California, which has been hard hit by the economic crisis. Obama says the state will receive $145 million to help communities struggling with home foreclosures. (March 19)

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Obama Visits Electric Car Factory

President Barack Obama visited an electric car factory in California and urged workers to help the country lead the way in building a clean energy economy. (March 19)

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First Lady Visits DC High School

First Lady Michelle Obama visited a Washington, D.C. high school Thursday, and encouraged students to pursue their career goals. (March 19)

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Pope Tells Muslims- 'Religion Rejects Violence'

The pope met with a group of Cameroon's Muslim leaders and noted that religion should be peaceful. He also held an open-air mass, delivering a message of hope to Africa's growing Catholic flock. (March 19)

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Raw Video- 9 Phila. Firefighters Hurt in Crash

Officials said nine firefighters were taken to hospitals after a fire engine and a ladder truck collided Thursday in Center City Philadelphia. The cause of the crash remains under investigation. (March 19)

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Killer Spider in Aisle 5

Employees at an Oklahoma grocery store have found a dangerous spider in a shipment of bananas. (March 19))

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First Person- Famous Hacker's Facebook Problem

Kevin Mitnick is a famous computer hacker who went to federal prison, but he couldn't get Facebook to turn his account back on because the social networking site thought he was a fake. (March 19)

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Find Out What Charles Manson Looks Like Now

California corrections officials have released a new photograph of convicted mass murderer Charles Manson, who is now bald with a thick gray beard. (March 19)

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U.S. Releases More Iraqi Detainees

The U.S. military has released about 100 more detainees as part of a security agreement with Iraq that took effect at the start of the year. (March 19)

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Obama on Leno- What Are Risks, Rewards?

President Barack Obama appears on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Thursday night. The AP's Julie Pace looks at the potential risks and rewards of his appearance. (March 19)

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Raw Video- Madoff's Accountant Released on Bail

Bernard Madoff's accountant David Friehling did not comment as he left a New York courthouse after being released on bail. Friehling was arrested on fraud charges Wednesday. (March 19)

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First Person- Waiting to See Obama

A number of people have been lining up outside the studio's of 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' hoping to get a good seat for President Barack Obama's appearance. (March 19)

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Gates- 'Hope' Bin Laden Will Be Caught

Defense Secretary Robert Gates vows the search continues for Osama bin Laden. The comments were made ahead of a newly released Web message by bin Laden. (March 19)

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Undersea Volcano Erupts Near Tonga

An undersea volcano has erupted near Tonga, shooting smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky above the south Pacific Ocean. Authorities say the eruption does not pose any danger to islanders at this stage. (March 19)

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Undersea Volcano Erupts Near Tonga

An undersea volcano has erupted near Tonga, shooting smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky above the south Pacific Ocean. Authorities say the eruption does not pose any danger to islanders at this stage. (March 19)

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Family, Fans React Following Richardson's Death

Tony award-winning actress Natasha Richardson, wife of actor Liam Neeson, has died at a New York hospital where she was transferred after a skiing mishap near Montreal. (March 19)

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Raw Video- Conn. Officer Beats Suspect

A Connecticut police department has released a video showing that a former Meriden police officer kept beating a suspect after the man had stopped struggling. (March 19)

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Police- Slayings of Family Linked to Heroin Ring

The exact motive for the slayings of a North Carolina mother and three of her children may have disappeared with the suicide of the main suspect, but authorities say it could be linked to a heroin distribution ring. (March 19)

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Money Minute- Unemployment, AIG, Oil

The Labor Department says initial requests for unemployment insurance dropped to 646,000 last week from the previous week's revised figure of 658,000. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 19)

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Companies Seize New Cars From Dealer Lots

Hundreds of brand new cars have been seized recently from the lots of car dealerships in the Seattle area and in Texas. Experts say it's just one symbol of the problems facing the auto industry. (March 19)

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First Person- Banks 'Don't Get It'

Demonstrations were held across the country at the offices of AIG, Bank of America, Citigroup, and other major banks to vent their anger over bailouts and the bonus scandals. (March 19)

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House Passes Bill Taxing AIG and Other Bonuses

Acting with lightning speed, the Democratic-led House has approved a bill to slap punishing taxes on big employee bonuses from firms bailed out by taxpayers. The Ap's Jerry Bodlander reports. (March 19)

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Your Money- Resume Building Skills

The loss of a job can be a financial challenge, but it can also be seen as a unique opportunity to build up your skills. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 19)

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March 19- Fed Moves Weigh on Trading

Stocks turned lower Thursday as investors weighed the impact of the Federal Reserve's plans to pump more than $1 trillion into the financial system. (March 19)

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Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft has released a new version of Internet Explorer, adding features meant to speed up common Web surfing tasks and bringing the browser's security measures in line with those of major competitors. (March 19)

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Unemployed? Then join the club -- literally

They call themselves the fastest growing club in New York and joining is dead simple: just lose your job. The 405 Club, named after the 405 dollar maximum weekly payout to New York's jobless, is one of a forest of Internet-based self-help groups springing from the desolate economic scene.

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French duo take half-pipe globes at freestyle ski championships

The world freestyle skiing championships are taking place in the Alpine resort of La Plagne, where two French competitors took home the top awards for the half-pipe on Thursday. Kevin Rolland and Virginie Faivre describe the experience.

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Discovery astronauts begin space walk

Two astronauts from the shuttle Discovery exited the International Space Station Thursday and began the first of three space walks. Their first task will be to bolt a girder onto the space station's structure.

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U.s.- The New Hard Times

76-year-old Patricia Addis was born in the depths of the Great Depression. Now her 25-year-old granddaughter cannot find a job in today's tattered economy.

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Jury finds Fritzl guilty on all charges, sentenced to life

A jury on Thursday ordered Josef Fritzl to be detained for life for treating his daughter as a sex slave in the cellar of his home during a 24-year orgy of depravity in which he fathered seven children.

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Islamic banking bucks financial crisis

Islamic banking is on the rise. The banks themselves are setting up across the Middle East, while their precepts are increasingly reflected in financial products around the world, despite the current crisis.

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Drought compounds Somalia's woes

The drought ravaging central Somalia has compounded the problems of a people already caught in the crossfire between the country's warring factions.

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Irate French to strike over economic woes

As France braced for nationwide strikes on Thursday morning, fewer trains than usual were running at Saint-Lazare train station in Paris, disrupting the journey of many commuters.

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Paris celebrates modern art

The latest in modern and contemporary art is on show at the Art Paris fair until next Monday. Painting, photography, sculpture and video from around the world have been installed at the Grand Palais for the 11th year of the event. Images.

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Hair tourism boom for Polish village

A Polish village on the German border has set itself up as a haven for hairdressers. Hundreds of Germans cross the border each day to take advantage of bargain cuts but the local salons are concerned that a switch to the Euro could put an end to their trade.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Obama and Reagan

Daniel Drezner, left, of Tufts University and David Frum of NewMajority.com debate parallels between Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan.

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New Gadgets for Fitness Fanatics

AP Correspondent Haven Daley gets a look at and a chance to work out on some of the new gadgets unveiled at the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association Trade Show in San Francisco. (March 18)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Thursday, March 19: Natasha Richardson dead at 45; Obama goes to California; AIG's Liddy says some execs planning to give bonuses back; Mackey gets 3rd consecutive win in the Iditarod.

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Natasha Richardson Dies After Fall on Ski Slope

Natasha Richardson, an heiress to acting royalty whose career highlights included the film "Patty Hearst" and a Tony-winning performance in a stage revival of "Cabaret," died at age 45 after suffering a head injury from a skiing accident. (March 18)

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Obama Talks Jobs, Economy in California

President Barack Obama declared, "The buck stops with me," as the misuse of bailout money threatened to overshadow his efforts to assuage economically hard-hit Californians. (March 18)

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Plea Talks Underway in Jena Six Case

Attorneys for the "Jena Six" have met with prosecutors to discuss possible plea agreements that would resolve the remaining criminal cases, which spawned a massive civil rights march in 2007. (March 18)

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Obama- Build Economy 'On Strong Foundation'

President Barack Obama, on a two-day trip to California, is defending his stimulus package and budget proposal at a town-hall meeting in Costa Mesa. (March 18)

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Campaigners fight noise pollution in bustling Mumbai

It’s famous as India’s vibrant entertainment and financial hub, but Mumbai is now earning the dubious reputation as one of the world’s noisiest cities.

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For First Time, Americans Put Economy Before Environment

For the first time in Gallup history, more Americans say that economic growth should be given priority even if the environment suffers to some extent (51%) than say protection of the environment should be given priority even at the risk of curbing economic growth (42%).

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Iraq Better but Future Shaky

Six years after the U.S. invaded Iraq, the end of America's costly mission is in sight, but the future of this tortured country is much less clear. (March 18)

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Money Minute- IBM, AIG, Compensation

IBM is in talks to buy Sun Microsystems in a $6.5 billion deal. The AP's Mike Gracia reports. (March 18)

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