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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Should Geithner Go?

Chris Wragge speaks with the "Early Line" panel, journalists John Fund, Michael Santoli, and Ali Velshi, as they discuss Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and the fallout over the AIG bonuses.

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Under The Radar, 03.21.09

This installment of "Under The Radar" is filled with some hilarious slips and falls. A basketball player flips over a missing a dunk while a hip hop dancing treadmill runner losses his footing.

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Meals For Springtime

Executive chef at South Gate Restaurant in New York, Kerry Heffernan presents a some tasty Chef On A Shoestring meal ideas, including steak and mushroom pasta, for the start of the spring season.

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The 8-Year-Old Entrepreneur

Despite the ongoing economic recession, Tanner Leuellen has remained determined to find a job. Lisa Bloom speaks with Leuellen, who remains determined to succeed at just 8 years of age.

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Rising Star Katie Armiger

At just 17 years old, country singer Katie Armiger has already made a name for herself in the music world, with 2 albums under her belt. Armiger performs a song from her latest album, Believe.

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Lion Man

Zoologist Kevin Richardson has spent a great deal of time with a pride of lions in South Africa and the furry creatures now treat Richardson as one of their own. CBS News Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Raw Video- Astronauts Go on 2nd Spacewalk

Astronauts are making another spacewalk at the international space station. Steven Swanson and Joseph Acaba ventured Saturday afternoon to the far end of the space station's framework to work on batteries and antennas. (March 21)

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N.y./region- Small Businesses and the Economic Crisis

Part III in a series of New York Times videos following several small businesses in the New York area to see how they are handing the current recession.

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Arizona Woman Delivers Quintuplets

A spokesman at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center says Lorena Puig gave birth Wednesday to quintuplets. She and her husband are new parents to three girls and two boys. (March 21)

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Demonstrators Call for End to Iraq War

Hundreds of demonstrators from across the U.S. gathered in Washington Saturday to mark the sixth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and to urge an immediate end to the war. (March 21)

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Would You Go to Iraq for Your Next Vacation?

Eight tourists, including Britons and Americans, went on the first officially sanctioned tour of Iraq since the March 2003 U.S. invasion. (March 21)

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Raw Video- Florida Robbery at Gunpoint

Florida authorities released surveillance video of a robbery in Oakland Park. They are searching for two masked men, who robbed a Winn-Dixie grocery store at gunpoint. (March 21)

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Transgender Woman Sentenced for Husband's Death

A transgender woman in Ohio was sentenced Friday to four years in prison for killing her frail husband by forcing him to exercise. (March 20)

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Iran's Supreme Leader Dismisses Obama Overtures

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei dismissed overtures from President Barack Obama on Saturday, saying Tehran does not see any change in U.S. policy under its new administration. (March 21)

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Columbine Remodeled 10 Years Later

It's been almost 10 years since these chilling images of a school under siege captivated the nation. Now, Columbine High School is sporting a new, remodeled look aimed at honoring the memory of those who died in the attack. (March 21)

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Holder Signals a Shift in Marijuana Policy

The top U.S. Lawyer, Eric Holder, has signaled a change on medical marijuana policy, saying federal agents will target marijuana distributors only when they violate both federal and state law. (March 20)

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Naked Burglar Found Stuck in Oven Vent

The manager of a pizza shop in Denver got a start when he discovered a man's legs hanging from a vent above the restaurant's oven. Authorities say the trapped man was arrested on suspicion of burglary. (March 20)

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Obama Lists Budget Priorities in Weekly Chat

President Barack Obama says that while the details may change, any budget passed by Congress must cut the deficit, reform health care, invest in education and reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil. (March 21)

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Madagascar's Rajoelina installed as transitional president

Andry Rajoelina promised an end to dictatorship and a new era of good governance in Madagascar Saturday in an inaugural speech capping his internationally-condemned takeover of the island.

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