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Thursday, March 26, 2009

It's All About Bacon

From bacon eating contests to bacon serenades, the delicious meat by-product is taking America by storm. As Kelly Cobiella reports, sales are up 10 percent, with $2.1B in sales for 2008.

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Bad Drywall Rots New Homes

An estimated 60,000 American homes, built within the last five years, are rotting from the inside out. Armen Keteyian investigates wallboard made in China.

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Blacks And Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in this country and surviving it could depend on your race. But, as Michelle Miller reports, there's an effort under way to even the odds.

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A Family's Fast Escape

For the Frei family, the floods in N.D. have been devastating and, as Dave Price reports, they only had minutes to escape before their home was completely destroyed.

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N.D. And Minn. Flooding

In N.D. and Minn., thousands are working desperately along the Red River to prevent a flooding catastrophe. As Dean Reynolds reports, there's much to do and not much time.

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Policy Change In Afghanistan

President Obama will soon outline a new strategy for the war in Afghanistan. As Chip Reid reports, Obama wants to shift more responsibility to the Afghan army.

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'New Rules Of The Game'

Treasury head Tim Geithner wants to change the way Wall St. does business by creating a 'super regulator' to oversee failing insurance companies, banks and financial firms. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Notebook- Good News

The Good News Network is a website that is dedicated to bringing viewers cheerful headlines. Katie Couric comments.

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The Downside To British Health Care

Most British citizens are proud of their health-care system that's been in place for 60 years. But, as Charlie D'Agata reports, some say the system has failed them with tragic consequences.

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The Upside Of British Health Care

Britain is one of many European nations that have state-run health care system. Although the care has been criticized, an American says it saved her life. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Tim Daly testifies on Capitol Hill

Tim Daly testifies on Capitol Hill

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Obama On Legalizing Pot

During the first ever online White House town hall meeting, President Barack Obama answered a question submitted online about legalizing marijuana to boost the economy.

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Thursday's Gibbs and takes

Thursday's Gibbs and takes

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The New Face Of Homelessness

In the series, Across America, Priya David profiled Amber Jones, a 26-year-old from Ariz. living at the Sacramento, Calif. Salvation Army while she saves money for a room to rent.

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Loaded- Doodle in your Docs

Google releases a drawing tool for Google Docs, Twitter hints at how it will make money, and T-Mobile launches a mobile 3G USB device to help keep you online anywhere.

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Inside An Ambulance

Dr. Jon LaPook plays patient with two New York paramedics for a closer look at the care given in emergency situations.

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Gibbs bashes GOP budget

Gibbs bashes GOP budget

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Gibbs pushed on pot legalization

Gibbs pushed on marijuana legalization

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Re-Entering The Work Force

The Job Squad helps a stay-at-home mom re-enter the work force by creating a resume, polishing up interview skills and revamping her look. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Virtual Town Hall Highlights

Virtual Town Hall Highlights

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Obama on Auto Industry Announcements

Obama on Auto Industry Announcements

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Boehner's budget 'blueprint'

Boehner's budget 'blueprint'

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LeBron's Incredible Shot

While talking to 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft, LeBron James showed off his skill by netting a ball from the top of the key into the opposite net.

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Job Seeking Body Language

Body language expert Joe Navarro offers tips to Harry Smith on how people read job seekers in an interview as live job interviews are taking place on "The Early Show."

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Fired Octonanny Speaks Out

The founder of Angels In Waiting, a nanny service fired by "Octomom" Nadya Suleman, claims Suleman is neglecting all of her 14 children. She spoke to Julie Chen about conditions in the home.

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Complete Abs Makeover

Fitness trainers showed Harry Smith various simple workouts that can firm and flatten the stomach. Latina Magazine's Angelique Serrano demonstrated fashions that show off the midsection.

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GOP offers alternative budget

GOP offers alternative budget

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Housewares Show Highlights

Harry Smith spoke with Behindthebuy.com's David Gregg about the hottest new houseware items that debuted at this year's International Home And Housewares Show.

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Actress' Sister Gone Missing

Lesley Harring missing after a fight with her husband, says actress Aasha Davis. Julie Chen speaks to Aasha about her sister and the LAPD's efforts to locate her.

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Prescription Drug Alternatives

Dr. Holly Phillips spoke with Harry Smith about which over-the-counter drugs are the most effective.

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Fargo Flood Threatens To Grow

Emergency sandbagging efforts are expected to hold the flooding of the Red River which may crest at 41 feet, but temperatures continue to cause a threat. Dave Price reports.

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Endangered Leopards Born

The National Zoo in Washington D.C. celebrated the birth of two endangered clouded leopard cubs. Julie Chen spoke with Dr. JoGayle Howard about the rare birth.

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Finding The Best Home Deals

As Michelle Gielan reports, Home sales rose for the first time in months. Harry Smith spoke with Vera Gibbons about where to find the best deals.

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Obama on Marijuana policy

Obama on Marijuana Policy

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Obama's virtual town hall- Opening statment

Obama Town Hall - Opening Statement

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Pelosi defiant on fast-tracking health care

Pelosi defiant on fast-tracking health care

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Pelosi defiant on fast-tracking health care

Pelosi defiant on fast-tracking health care

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Biden ad for Scott Murphy

Biden ad for Scott Murphy

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Geithner talks reform

Geithner Talks Reform

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GOP tough on budget

GOP tough on budget

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Hillary Clinton In Mexico

U.S. demand is fueling the drug war in Mexico, says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, which could fuel terrorist activity close to the U.S. Lara Logan reports.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/26/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/26/09

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POLITICO Playback 3/26/09

POLITICO Playback 3/26/09

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Clouded leopard cubs born at National Zoo Research Facility

An endangered clouded leopard at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal, Virginia, gave birth to a genetically valuable litter of two cubs early in the morning on March 24. Due to deforestation and hunting, clouded leopards are vulnerable to extinction. The surprise birth was the first at the Zoo's research facility in 16 years.

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Spring Break Crowd Cutting Back

Spring Break on Miami Beach may look the same, but in this year of financial meltdown vacationers say they're doing everything they can to save a few bucks. And businesses are offering discounts to appeal to the cash-strapped crowd. (March 26)

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Salt Blamed on Rise of Kidney Stones in Kids

Doctors are puzzling over what seems to be an increase in the number of children with kidney stones, a condition some blame on kids' love of burgers, fries and other salt-laden food. (March 26)

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Sources- More U.S. Troops for Afghan War

Concerned about the faltering war in Afghanistan, President Barack Obama plans to dispatch thousands more military and civilian trainers on top of the 17,000 fresh combat troops he's already ordered, people familiar with the plan say. (March 26)

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Pope Struggling to Get His Message Across

Pope Benedict has gone on YouTube and his speeches appear in Chinese on the Vatican Web site, but judging from the uproar over a Holocaust-denying bishop and his pronouncement on condoms and AIDS, he's clearly struggling with his message. (March 26)

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Geithner Testifies Before House Committee

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told lawmakers Thursday that the nation's financial system needs 'comprehensive reform' and not 'modest repairs at the margin' to avoid a repeat of the financial crisis. (March 26)

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Missile Launch Would Be a 'provocactive Act'

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday warned North Korea that firing a missile for any purpose would be a "provocative act" that would have consequences. (March 26)

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U.S. Troops Killed by Faulty Electrical Systems

Six years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, inspectors are finding the buildings where troops live and work are filled with problems. About one-third of inspected facilities have major electrical deficiencies. (March 25)

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Video Essay- on the Foreclosure Cruise

People looking for property take to the water in South Florida, cruising canals and stopping off at now-cheap homes hunting for bargains, as the AP's Lynne Sladky found. (March 26)

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Protesters Demand Thai Government Resign

Tens of thousands of protesters have surrounded the office of Thailand's prime minister, demanding the government resign. (March 26))

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Clinton Promotes US-Mexican Relations

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has visited a police station in Mexico's capital in a show of support for Mexico's struggle with powerful drug cartels. (March 26))

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Car Bomb Attack Kills 2 Dozen in Iraq

A car bomb exploded Thursday along a commercial street in a mostly Shiite area of Baghdad, killing dozens of people. Recent high-profile blasts suggest that Sunni insurgents are trying to mount a comeback as the U.S. begins its withdrawl. (March 26)

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Judge Leaps From Bench to Protect Witness

A fast-moving judge in South Florida scales the bench, protecting a witness as a defendant pummels her with his fists. (March 26)

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Commish Pushes for Longer NFL Season

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is proposing expanding the NFL regular season from 16 to 17 or 18 games. The extra game or two would be made up by cutting a preseason game. (March 26)

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Raw Video- Lions and Tigers, Together

A park in South Korea has put rare white tigers in with its lions, and the arguments have started on who exactly is in charge. (March 26)

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Money Minute- Layoffs, Buyouts, Oil

The New York Times Co. is cutting pay for most employees by 5 percent for a nine-month period and laying off 100 people. (March 26)

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Your Money- a Financial Checklist

Following a checkoff list for all things finance is a good tool to keep your money in order. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 26)

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March 26- Stocks Rise on Relief Over Earnings

Wall Street's March rally gained momentum on Thursday _ this time, thanks to surprisingly good earnings from some major consumer brands. (March 26)

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Geithner Unveils Regulatory Agenda

The Obama administration is proposing an extensive overhaul of financial regulations in an effort to prevent a repeat of the banking crisis last fall that toppled once-mighty institutions and wiped out trillions of dollars in investor wealth. (March 26)

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Economic Slide Accelerated in Fourth Quarter

The latest government figures show the overall economy is worse than previous estimates have shown. (March 26)

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Obama Takes on the Internet Audience

President Barack Obama is taking the town hall into the 21st century, answering questions Thursday during an online town hall meeting. The AP's Julie Pace looks at what questions made the cut. (March 26

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For Americans, Economy Persists as Most Important Problem

Eighty percent of Americans mention something about the economy as the most important problem facing the United States today; a majority say it is the economy in general (51%), followed by unemployment (16%) and a lack of money (11%).

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Clouded leopard cubs born at National Zoo Research Facility

An endangered clouded leopard at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal, Virginia, gave birth to a genetically valuable litter of two cubs early in the morning on March 24. Due to deforestation and hunting, clouded leopards are vulnerable to extinction. The surprise birth was the first at the Zoo's research facility in 16 years.

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Mobile clinic cares for growing crowds

For many in the US, healthcare is out of reach because it's so expensive. As the recession continues, increasing numbers of people are turning to free clinics, like this one that travels around Maryland and Pennsylvania giving people healthcare, on the go.

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War-scarred Beirut gets Hezbollah-funded rebuild

Nearly three years after the war between Israel and Hezbollah, the southern suburb of the Lebanese capital still wears the scars of the conflict. A local construction company, considered linked to Hezbollah, leads reconstruction efforts, and locals accuse the government of failing to uphold its pledge to help the poor, Shiite-dominated areas.

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Obama predicts more job losses to come

US President Barack Obama warned Thursday that more job losses were to come before the recession ends, asking Americans for patience, at an online townhall meeting hosted from the White House. He also said would make an announcement on rescuing US auto firms within a few days but warned government aid would depend on "painful" and "drastic" restructuring.

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Business- China's Tunnel Vision

Municipal governments across China have seized upon subways in the last few years as a way to stimulate a slowing economy and address gridlock on the roads and heavily polluted air.

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U.s.- Red River Flood Forces Tough Decisions

Volunteers were racing to raise dikes protecting Fargo, N.D., still higher, hoping to hold back the Red River, which is expected to reach record levels by Saturday.

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Science- Manhattan's Secret WWII War Effort

Building the Atomic Bomb

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First Person- Medal of Honor Recipients in D.C.

President Barack Obama made an unannounced stop at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday to pay respects to recipients of the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military award. He was joined by several living recipients of the medal. (March 26)

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20 Injured When Tornado Rips Through Mississippi

Residents in a tornado-ravaged community took advantage of clearing skies Thursday to collect family keepsakes and begin cleaning up from a storm that left 20 injured and dozens of homes and businesses flattened. (March 26)

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First Person- How to Stuff a Phone Booth

Students at St. Mary's College in California pile into a phone booth, re-creating an iconic Life magazine photo taken on the campus 50 years earlier of 22 men piled on top of each other. Phone booth stuffing was a popular fad in the 1950s. (March 26)

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Key advisor looks back on Middle East peace treaty

On the 26 March 1979, following discussions at Camp David, Israel and Egypt signed their first peace treaty - the first time an Arab country had recognised Israel. Dan Pattir was there.

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South African taxi drivers threaten World Cup safety

Concerns are growing for the security of football fans planning to visit South Africa for the World Cup next year. A new transport system to be put in place is angering taxi drivers who say their jobs are under threat. They are now threatening to disrupt the sporting events and protests this week turned violent.

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Social tensions reaching crisis point in France

The econnomic crisis is hitting France hard, with 2.38 million of unemployed in February, and more and more jobs under threat. US firm 3M's boss might have been released after being kept by workers for more than 24 hours, but tensions are still running high in many companies.

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Sarkozy meets Congolese leader

French president Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a two-day visit to Africa, holding talks with President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Education on the go- teaching the Kenyan nomads

Kenya has one of the highest school attendence rates in the world, but educating the children of the nomadic communities in the country's rural northeast still poses a challenge.

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Social tensions reaching crisis point in France

The number of unemployed people in France jumped by nearly 80,000 in February and, with more and more jobs disappearing, tensions between employees and management are running high.

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Clinton- NKorea Missile Plan 'Provocative'

Speaking to reporters during a visit to Mexico City, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday warned North Korea that firing a missile for any purpose would be a 'provocative act' that would have consequences. (March 25)

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Raw Video- Shuttle Undocks From ISS After 8 Days

After eight days together, space shuttle Discovery pulled away from the international space station Wednesday, beaming down stunning photos of the orbiting outpost boasting all its solar wings. (March 25)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Thursday, March 26: Clinton calls North Korea missile plan provocative; Teen arrested in reporter's death; Search suspended for missing fishermen off coast of NJ; Fargo braces for flooding.

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Raw Video- Crews Blast Away N. Dakota Ice Jam

Demolition crews blasted chunks of ice near a huge ice jam in the Missouri River on Wednesday in a bid to open a channel, like pulling out a giant plug to drain a flood threatening the city. (March 26)

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Vick in More Money Trouble

The U.S. Department of Labor filed complaints Wednesday accusing suspended NFL star Michael Vick of illegally spending about $1.3 million in pension plan funds for his own benefit. (March 26)

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Teen 'sadomasochist' Held in Reporter's Death

Authorities say a teenager "made statements implicating himself" in the death of radio news reporter George Weber. They apparently met through Craigslist. (March 25)

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ID of Teen's Remains a Tragic End to Ore. Case

Police said Wednesday they discovered the remains of a Oregon baby sitter who was 14 when she vanished in 1998. Meanwhile, Nevada police assisting in the Oregon investigation, arrested a longtime suspect in the case on an unrelated charge. (March 25)

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