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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Honoring U.S. Heroes

38 of the soldiers who have received the nation's highest military honor attended a special ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, including one with a remarkable story. David Martin reports.

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U.S. Feeding Mexico Drug War

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton feels that America is partly to blame for Mexico's continuing drug war because of the insatiable demand for illegal drugs. Lara Logan reports.

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Housing Crisis Rebound?

Despite an ongoing recession and declining home sales, there are some indications that the housing market may be heading for a recovery. CBS News' Priya David reports from Portland, Ore.

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Light My Fire

With the U.S. in economic turmoil, some are taking advantage of a red-hot scam. As Mark Strassmann reports, cars are being set on fire so owners can claim the insurance money.

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N.D. 's Devastating Floods

In N. Dakota, thousands have been evacuated as historic flooding continues to ravage the state. As Dave Price reports, from Fargo to Bismarck people are trying desperately to keep the waters at bay.

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Obama's $3 Trillion Budget

After meeting with Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill, President Obama's staff said that he was pleased with the similarities between his initial proposal and Congress' adjustments. Chip Reid reports.

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Controlling Pentagon Spending

After a high-priced F-22 fighter-jet crashed in Calif., some are debating Pentagon spending, which President Obama wants to control, but is that easier said than done? David Martin reports.

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Inmate Dads Learn To Parent

A Missouri correctional center offers parenting classes for fathers behind bars who wish to reach out to their children on the other side. KRCG's Mallory McGowin reports.

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Obama And The Medal Of Honor

President Obama surprised Medal of Honor recipients at the Arlington National Cemetary today and took part in the wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

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Video Trail Mix- Does Obama Snub Signal End of Newspapers?

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that a snub at Tuesday's primetime press conference was another blow to the already struggling newspaper industry.

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Ray Liotta In Dark Comedy

In "Observe And Report," Ray Liotta plays detective against obsessive mall cop Seth Rogen. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Liotta about this dark comedy and some of his favorite roles.

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Notebook- Teaching Evolution

Katie Couric discusses a debate in Texas concerning the teaching of evolution in classrooms. Couric says that alternative theories, such as creationism, should be taught in religion class.

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Steele- I meant to say that

Steele: "Want to see who yells the loudest"

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Obama as...Alexander the Great?

Obama as...Alexander the Great?

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Loaded- Drunken Facebook photos

Blockbuster brings movies to TiVo, Samsung announces an e-book reader, and a face recognition application provides a new way to find untagged drunken photos of yourself on Facebook.

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Wednesday's Gibbs and takes

Wednesday's Gibbs and takes

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Obama at Arlington for Medal of Honor Wreath Laying

Obama at Arlington for Medal of Honor Wreath Laying

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Condi and Led Zeppelin

Condi and Led Zeppelin

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Geithner 'open' to China proposal

Geithner 'open' to China proposal

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Octomom Vs. Nannies

Harry Smith spoke to Nadya Sulemon's attorney Jeff Czech and Angels In Waiting attorney Gloria Allred about Sulemon firing her free nannies.

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Sugar Vs. Corn Syrup

Dietician Keri Glassman spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the conflicting health claims between sugar and high fructose corn syrup, and how much the average person should consume per day.

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Goolsbee on AIG- "Strapped a rocket-fueled hedge fund..."

Goolsbee on AIG: "Strapped a rocket-fueled hedge fund..."

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Tough Timing For Grads

Recent graduate Kelsy Nova had trouble getting a job after college. The Job Squad stepped in and revamped her look and her search. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Judges 'Love' J4

Singing Family Face Off finalist J4 blew away the judges with their rendition of "I Think I Love You" by David Cassidy & The Partridge Family.

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Obama meets with NATO Secretary General

Obama meets with NATO Secretary General

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Who didn't watch Obama's presser?

Who didn't watch Obama's presser?

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Geithner- "A strong dollar is America's interest"

Geithner: "A strong dollar is America's interest"

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The Peays Reveal Hidden Talent

The Early Show Singing Family Face Off finalists surprise the judges with musical instruments in "I Just Want To Celebrate" for their shot at a CBS recording contract.

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Condi and Led Zeppelin

Condi and Led Zeppelin

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Court Disorder

During a domestic violence hearing in Fla. the male defendant attacked a woman testifying against him. The judged jumped over his bench to defend her.

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Public Reacts To Obama Answers

A CBS News focus group rated President Barack Obama word by word during his press conference using the same technology networks use to rate new TV shows. John Blackstone reports.

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Obama Does Damage Control

The size of the deficit has politicians on both sides of the aisle looking for cuts, reports Bill Plante. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Senator Richard Shelby about President Obama's budget proposal.

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Blago hosts radio show

Blago hosts radio show

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Conrad on Budget Changes

Conrad on Budget Changes

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N.D. Under Siege By Floods

Heavy winter snow and early spring rains caused the Red River to flood in Fargo, N.D., leaving the surrounding areas at risk of record flooding. Dave Price reports.

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Young Mother Goes Missing

Exclusive: Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the husband and sister of Nancy Moyer, a young mother who went missing from her Wash. home. Investigators are baffled by the disappearance.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/25/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/25/09

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Bair- "We shouldn't be demonizing people"

Sheila Bair: "We shouldn't be demonizing people"

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Eric Cantor attacks Obama budget

Eric Cantor attacks Obama budget

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American Idol Gang on Obama

American Idol Gang on Obama

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AUC - Blueprint Ad

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POLITICO Playback 3/25/09

POLITICO Playback 3/25/09

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A Look At Obama's Press Conference

President Obama further endorsed his plan for the country's economic recovery Tuesday evening at a press conference. Steve Chaggaris, Political Director, discusses the President's message.

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POLITICO Podcast- Brian Lamb

POLITICO Podcast: Brian Lamb

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Japan's robots with a human face

Japanese scientists say they have finally developed the technological know-how to make robots that look, walk and even think a bit like us, and that we can expect to see thousands of humanoids working face-to-face with real humans within the next decade.

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'Europe's Detroit' adapts to plunging car demand

Volkswagen, PSA Peugeot Citroen and South Korean car maker Kia have all set up high-tech plants in Slovakia over the last years, turning the auto industry into a pillar of the former communist country's economy. But in the last few months, the climate has changed...

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Opinion- Bloggingheads- Are Bankers Necessary?

William D. Cohan, author of "House of Cards," and Felix Salmon of Portfolio debate whether we really need Wall Street bankers.

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N.y./region- New Yorkers Facing a Tougher Commute

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved higher subway and bus fares, more tolls on the authority's bridges and tunnels and deep cuts in service.

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U.s.- The New Hard Times

Ernest Kurnow, a 96-year-old business school professor at New York University, finished his own schooling in the middle of the Great Depression. Now his current students are faced with finding a job in the floundering world of finance after graduation.

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Raw Video- Clinton Arrives in Mexico City

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Mexico City on Wednesday where she is expected to meet with President Felipe Calderon to address the alarming spike in violence along the U.S.-Mexican border. (March 25)

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Choppers Search for 4 Missing Fishermen

The search for four missing fishermen whose boat sank off the New Jersey coast entered its second day on Wednesday, and fears mounted that the death toll could reach six. (March 25)

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Volunteers Stacking Sandbags to Protect Fargo

In Fargo, North Dakota the rising Red River is threatening to swap the city with ice cold water. The AP's John Mone reports on the community effort to avoid a flood, like the one that hit the state in 1997. (March 25)

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Mexican Soldiers Arrest Top Drug Smuggler

On Wednesday authorities announced the arrest of one of Mexico's most-wanted drug suspects in Mexico. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Janet Napolitano testified before Congress on America's support for Mexico's war on drugs. (March 25)

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Hunt for 3 Escaped Inmates Expands

Federal authorities joined the multistate hunt on Wednesday for three escaped inmates accused of attacking three men while on the run in Kentucky and stealing a dozen guns, cash and a truck. (March 25)

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Group- Israeli Use of Shells a War Crime

Israel fired white phosphorous shells indiscriminately over densely populated areas of Gaza in what amounts to a war crime, a human rights group says. (March 25)

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Florida Mulls Keeping Teens Out of Tanning Beds

A Florida senate committee advances a bill that would ban anyone under 16 from using tanning beds and increase restrictions for those between the ages of 16 and 18. (March 25)

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Bolivians celebrate the "Day of the Sea"

One dream unites all Bolivians: to see the country's border with the Pacific Ocean restored. The poorest South American country lost 400km of its coastline at the end of the 19th century after a war with Chile. Every March 23rd, the country commemorates its defeat and affirms its intention to return to the Pacific one day.

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Sacramento Approves Plan to Close 'Tent City'

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson reacted Wednesday to the news that the Sacramento City Council approved a plan to add beds at local shelters and close the so-called 'tent city' by the end of April. (March 25)

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Pilot 'Screamed in Horror' When Jet Hit Home

Documents show a military pilot who ejected from a crippled plane over a San Diego neighborhood 'screamed in horror' when he saw the jet had crashed into a home. (March 25)

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F-22 Crashes in Calif. Desert Near Air Base

An F-22 Raptor jet fighter crashed Wednesday in the high desert of Southern California. (March 25)

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Evidence Points to Crew Error in Buffalo Crash

Flight data point to possible flight crew errors rather than ice accumulation as a key factor in last month's plane crash near Buffalo, N.Y., that killed 50 people, aviation safety experts said Wednesday. (March 25)

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Former Gov. Blagojevich Hosts Radio Show

Impeached former Gov. Rod Blagojevich filled in as host of a Chicago radio show Wednesday and told listeners that he was "hijacked" from office. AP's. Mark Carlson reports. (March 25)

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Six Whales Dead After Beaching Themselves

Six whales believed to be part of a pod that was rescued from a mass stranding in southwestern Australia earlier this week died after they re-beached themselves, the government said Wednesday. (March 25)

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Armstrong Gets Plate, 12 Screws in Collarbone

Lance Armstrong was recovering Wednesday from surgery on his broken collarbone. Surgeons inserted a steel plate and 12 screws to stabilize the collarbone, which was broken in four pieces. (March 25)

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Obama, NATO Chief Talk Afghanistan

President Barack Obama says he and NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer would like to see some improvement in how the trans-Atlantic alliance copes with the continuing threat of terrorism. (March 25)

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Fact Check- AP on Obama's News Conference

The AP's Calvin Woodward takes a closer look at some of President Obama's statements during his Tuesday news conference and how they square with the facts: (March 25)

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Raw Video- Judge Jumps Bench to Protect Witness

Broward Circuit Court Judge Ian Richards jumped over his bench to help a witness who was being attacked by the man she had testified against. (March 25)

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Czech Government Collapses, Economy to Blame

The Czech government collapses after losing a parliamentary no-confidence vote over its handling of the economic crisis. (March 25)

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Christopher Hill Optimistic on Iraqi Security

Veteran diplomat Christopher Hill, President Barack Obama's nominee to be ambassador to Iraq, told the Senate Wednesday that even though security in the war-torn country is fragile he is optimistic that it can be maintained. (March 25)

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Raw Video- Court Examines Anthony's Attorney

Casey Anthony told a judge Wednesday that her agreement with an attorney who is defending her against accusations she killed her 2-year-old daughter does not allow him the rights to sell her story to collect legal fees. (March 25)

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Morial- 'Need to Close Persistent Gaps'

In its annual "State of Black America" report, the Urban League says that despite the progress represented by the election of the first black president, the country needs to close the persistent gaps between blacks and whites in this country. (March 25)

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Police- Stallworth Said He Tried to Warn Man

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth said he flashed his car's headlights to warn a pedestrian before fatally striking a man in Miami Beach last month, according to a report released by police. (March 25)

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Jury About to Get Spector Murder Case, Again

The murder case against music producer Phil Spector is expected to go to a Los Angeles jury today. The defense has tried to prove that Lana Clarkson killed herself in Spector's mansion six years ago. (March 25)

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Snow, Tornadoes, Floods Strike Northern Plains

Wind-blown snow whipped across the northern Plains on Tuesday, closing major highways, before a powerful storm that had stalled over western Nebraska and South Dakota moved northeastward. (March 25)

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Money Minute- Home Sales, Pepsi, Dish Network

Factory orders and new homes sales both posted an unexpected rise in February, but economists said the gains were unlikely to last. The Ap'sjames Limbach reports. (March 26)

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Your Money- Finding Work for College Kids

Finding work for college students can be especially hard during the recession, but as AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains, there are many resources available. (March 25)

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March 25- Stocks Manage Moderate Gain

Wall Street has managed a moderate gain after an attack of nerves had investors giving back a big early advance. (March 25)

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Raw Video- Obama Lays Wreath at Arlington

President Barack Obama made an unscheduled stop at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday to pay respects to those who have received the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military award. (March 25)

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Dems Mirror Obama Priorities With Budgets

Congressional Democrats unveiled budget plans that embrace President Barack Obama's key priorities and point the way for major legislation later this year on health care, energy and education. AP's Jerry Bodlander reports. (March 25)

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Fewer See U.S. Spending Too Much on Defense

Currently, 31% of Americans think the U.S. Government is spending too much for national defense and military purposes, down 13 percentage points from last February.

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Climate campaigners ready for G20 action

The G20 summit in London is due to attract thousands of activists to the city's financial heart to protest at world leaders' handling of the global economy and global warming. One group of would-be protesters have attended a two day course to prepare -- training them in tactics, law and communication techniques.

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What relations for Egypt and Israel, 30 years after Camp David

Thursday marks the 30th anniversary of the Camp David accords, the historic peace agreement that marked an end to hostilities between Israel and Egypt. 30 years later, the Egyptian street remains split between forgetfulness and optimism.

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Nano, world's cheapest car, gets final tune-up

The Tata Nano is getting a final tour around the track as makers fine-tune the world's cheapest car ahead of its sale. The tiny car, which costs just 100,000 rupees (2,000 dollars) for the basic model, was unveiled to great fanfare on Monday.

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Paris denies reports of new minister after UK bikini photos

Paris has denied that former television presenter Christine Kelly could join Nicolas Sarkozy's government, after she was splashed across the British press -- in a bikini.

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France's Le Pen insists Nazi death camps were 'detail'

French far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen caused a storm in the EU parliament Wednesday by insisting that the Nazi death camps were a "detail of second world war history".

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Chinese fashion week takes to runway

China Fashion Week for autumn/winter 2009-2010 opened on Tuesday in Beijing, with more than 20 domestic brands showing their new collections.

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For quality produce, more Americans head outdoor

More Americans are heading out to the yard for their produce this year. With the crisis, there are seven million more gardeners in this year than in 2008, pushing the percentage of US households with gardens to 37%. City dwellers are vying for precious plots at urban community gardens.

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Hard times in Ukraine's rust belt

Ukraine's eastern rust belt was the pride of national industry in Soviet times, but has failed to modernise, and is especially hurting.

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Czech PM says crisis has no impact on EU presidency

The centre-right government of Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek is being forced to step down right in the middle of country's term holding the European Union presidency. But Topolanek has assured the EU bloc that the domestic political crisis will have "no impact on the presidency".

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Obama Sees 'Signs of Progress' on Economy

In a prime-time news conference, President Barack Obama reported 'signs of progress' on the economy, and defended his policies as inseparable from a recovery. (March 24)

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Obama- More Authority Needed to Deal With AIG

President Barack Obama put in a plug for the request Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner made to Congress for extraordinary authority to take over failing companies like AIG, much as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. now does for banks. (March 24)

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Husband Handcuffed, Bitten by Wife

A woman attempting to reconcile with her estranged husband handcuffed herself to him as he slept and then bit him on his torso and arms as he phoned for help. (March 24)

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Death Toll From Oakland Rampage Up to 4 Officers

A fourth Oakland police officer has died after being shot by a man wanted on a parole violation. The officer was kept alive after being declared brain dead Sunday so vital organs could be donated to four patients. (March 24)

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Zimbabweans flood to South African church for refuge

A church in central Johannesburg is overflowing with Zimbabwean refugees. The reason? The South African government's decision to close a makeshift camp near the border.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Wednesday, March 25: Obama holds second news conference; 4th Oakland officer dead after weekend shootout; Conn. woman handcuffs, bites estranged husband; Armstrong talks about a May return.

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Interrogation Underway of Reporters in N. Korea

Two American journalists seized by North Korean border guards are facing "intense interrogation" in Pyongyang for alleged espionage after illegally crossing into the country from China. (March 25)

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Lance Armstrong Will Have Surgery Wed.

Cyclist Lance Armstrong will have surgery Wednesday, and Austin sports medicine specialist Dr. Douglas Elenz, an orthopedic surgeon, will insert a plate to stabilize the collarbone. (March 25)

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New Lingo of the Dallas PD- Plain English

The Dallas Police Dept. has replaced old radio codes with simple English. Authorities say the change is being made so when officers from different departments are working the same call they'll understand each other. (March 24)

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911 Tapes Released in Stallworth Accident

Police have released the 911 audio tapes from the fatal crash involving Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth. Police now say the victim wasn't in a crosswalk when he was hit. (March 24)

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Obama- Focus on Race 'Lasted About a Day'

During a live televised press conference, President Barack Obama, when asked about race, said the economy affects all races and said his days in office have been dominated by financial issues not racial issues. (March 24)

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Fargo Braces for a Record Flood

Hundreds of volunteers are filling sandbags as they try to protect their city for what is expected to be a record flood later this week. (March 24)

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Japan's robots with a human face

Japanese scientists say they have finally developed the technological know-how to make robots that look, walk and even think a bit like us, and that we can expect to see thousands of humanoids working face-to-face with real humans within the next decade.

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Thierry Henry on life, sport and sponsorship

French soccer star Thierry Henry talks about life at Barcelona Football Club and the future. The 'Barca' forward also unveils his latest advert -- a spot that features Henry destroying a car with a football.

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Swiss designers recycle in style

The Freitag brothers are running a family business come good, producing designer bags made from recycled truck tarpaulins -- and the product is taking off worldwide.

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Politics- Behind a Presidential News Conference

President Obama was the center of attention on Tuesday night. But behind the scenes, a lot had to be done before he took the stage.

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Barack Obama- President Obama's News Conference

In his second prime-time news conference, President Obama tried to rally the nation behind his ambitious agenda.

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Obama touts economic progress at press grilling

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday told his crisis-weary nation he sees signs of economic progress but pleaded for "patience" as he battles to overcome the worst financial maelstrom in decades. The president also said he expected "steady progress" resolving disputes with Iran after he made an unprecedented video appeal to the Islamic republic.

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