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Sunday, March 22, 2009

The Gamble In Iraq

As the U.S. war in Iraq enters its 6th year, 138,000 troops are still deployed there. Russ Mitchell speaks with Thomas Ricks with The Washington Post about his new book, "The Gamble."

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Plane Crash In Mont. Kills 17

According to a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Association a single-engine turboprop plane crashed as it approached an airport in Mont. killing all 17 people on board. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Fighting A Deadly Superbug

MRSA is a lethal bacteria that can easily be spread by health-care workers. As Michelle Miller reports, a new study reveals how they're finding ways to greatly reduce the chances of infecting others.

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Buried By Jumbo Loans

Although mortgage rates have sharply decreased many homeowners are still confounded by higher rates on "jumbo loans." Kelly Wallace reports.

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Last Dance For Folies Bergere

Folies Bergere has been a mainstay of Las Vegas since 1959, but after nearly 29,000 performances the show, made famous it's elaborately costumed showgirls, is closing. John Blackstone reports.

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Banking System Overhaul

The Obama administration is preparing for a busy week mobilizing its economic policy. As Bianca Solorzano reports, embattled Treasury Secretary Geithner will unveil details of a new banking plan.

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Selling A Tax And Spend Budget

Obama hit the media circuit to sell his $3.55 trillion budget to the American people. As Kimberly Dozier reports, the president is expected to face opposition from both Democrats and Republicans.

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President Barack Obama, Part One

From the AIG bonuses, to the economic meltdown, to the war in Afghanistan, it s been an eventful two months in office for President Obama. Steve Kroft has the behind-the-scenes interview.

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President Barack Obama, Part Two

Pres. Obama spoke candidly with Steve Kroft about adjusting to life as the nation's 44th president and as the current occupant of the White House with a wife and 2 young daughters.

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Obama Defends Geithner

In an exclusive interview with 60 Minutes, President Barack Obama defended Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner from public scrutiny.

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Obama On Wall Street

In an exclusive interview with 60 Minutes, President Barack Obama discussee where Wall Street went wrong.

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Face The Nation, 3.22.09

Harry Smith spoke with Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Charles Grassley about the outcome of AIG outrage; White House Economic Advisor Astan Goolsbee discussed banks and the state of Obama's economy.

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Outcome Of Bonus Outrage

Harry Smith spoke with House Financial Services Chairman Rep. Barney Frank and Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley about what has resulted from the AIG bonuses outrage.

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State Of Obama's Economy

Harry Smith spoke with The New York Times' Jackie Calmes and Slate Magazine's John Dickerson about the national deficit and President Obama's economic challenges ahead.

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Dealing With The Deficit

Harry Smith spoke with White House Economic Advisor Astan Goolsbee about the government's present and future involvement in banks.

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Romer on Confidence in Economic Policy

Romer on Confidence in Economic Policy

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Sunday Show Wrap Up 3/22/09

Sunday Show Wrap Up 3/22/09 - AIG Tax and Geithner dominate conversation

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Mayor Bloomberg and Gov. Schwarzenegger on Geithner

Mayor Bloomberg and Gov. Schwarzenegger on Geithner

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Bloomberg on AIG

Bloomberg on AIG

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Shelby on Geithner

Shelby on Geithner

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Senator Shelby on Deficit

Senator Shelby on Deficit

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Romer on Budget and Deficit

Romer on Budget and Deficit

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Romer on Geithner

Romer on Geithner

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Romer on AIG and Bonus Tax

Romer on AIG and Bonus Tax

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Romer on Confidence in Economic Policy

Romer on Confidence in Economic Policy

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Gregg on Geithner

Gregg on Geithner

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Judd Gregg on Bonus Tax

Judd Gregg on Bonus Tax

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Senators Conrad and Collins on the Bonus Tax

Senators Conrad and Collins on the Bonus Tax

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Vows- Vows- Kristen & Bill

After lighting some wishing paper a few weeks into their relationship, Kristen Kirkland wished that she would marry Bill Sherman. She never told him what she wished for until he proposed years later.

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11 Die in Afghan Bomb Attacks

A pair of bomb attacks in eastern Afghanistan has killed eleven people and wounded nearly a dozen others. (March 21)

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Raw Video- FedEx Cargo Plane Crashes in Japan

A FedEx cargo plane has crashed on landing at Tokyo's international airport and burst into a ball of flames. A pilot and co-pilot were aboard the plane Monday but their safety could not immediately be confirmed. (March 22)

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R.I. Strip Club Job Fair Attracts Big Crowd

Scores of people have applied to work at a Rhode Island strip club. Providence's Foxy Lady held a job fair, seeking to fill about 35 positions for dancers, masseuses, bartenders and bouncers. (March 22)

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Pope Decries African Wars at Mass With Thousands

Pope Benedict XVI celebrated Mass Sunday with hundreds of thousands of Angolans and decried the "clouds of evil" over Africa that have spawned war, tribalism and ethnic rivalry that he said condemned poor people to virtual slavery. (March 22)

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Reality TV Star Jade Goody Dies From Cancer

Jade Goody, a dental assistant turned reality-TV star whose whirlwind journey from poverty to celebrity to tragedy became a national soap opera and morality tale in Britain, has died. (March 22)

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Raw Video- Mexico Celebrates Spring Equinox

Approximately eight thousand people gathered at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza on the Mexican peninsula of Yucatan on Saturday to celebrate spring equinox. (March 22)

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Four Die in Accident Involving Off-duty Cop

Four people have been killed in a two-car accident involving an off-duty St. Louis-area police officer and investigators believe alcohol may have been involved.(March 22)

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Four Die in Accident Involving Off-duty Cop

Four people have been killed in a two-car accident involving an off-duty St. Louis-area police officer and investigators believe alcohol may have been involved.(March 22)

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3 Officers, Suspect Killed in Oakland Shootouts

Police say three officers and a suspect are dead and another officer is in grave condition after two related shootings, the first after a traffic stop and the second after a massive manhunt ended in gunfire. (March 21)

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Celebrations for Afghan new year

Thousands of people rang in the Afghan new year, Naw Ruz, with a flagpole-raising ceremony at a famous shrine in Kabul, as similar gatherings were held across the country. Despite deadly attacks that left 11 dead on Saturday, the capital was lively over the weekend. Afghanistan's Taliban regime tried to curtail Naw Ruz festivities, but they have been revived since the 2001 ouster of the hardliners.

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Madagascar workers, caught up in crisis

Marc Ravalomanana, Madagascar's ousted president, was more than just a politician -- he was also a successful businessman, employing thousands of people on the island. With many of his business interests attacked and pillaged during the three-month power struggle, what has become of the workers?

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Washington Week in Photos- The AIG Hearing

In this week's edition of Washington Photos, Assistant Photo Bureau Chief J. David Ake breaks down the AIG hearing. (March 22)

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First Person- New York's Special Election

New York state will hold a special election on March 31 to fill an open congressional seat. The AP's Liz Sidoti explains why national Democrats and Republicans are watching the race so closely. (March 22)

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Government to Unveil 'toxic Assets' Plan Monday

The Obama administration is set to unveil on Monday a multi-pronged attack on the problem at the heart of the nation's financial crisis _ a mountain of toxic assets weighing on banks' balance sheets. (March 22)

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