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Friday, March 27, 2009

Nancy Reagan And Daughter On Feud

After decades of feuding and estrangement, Nancy Reagan and her daughter, Patti Davis, have made up. For this weekend's Sunday Morning, Lesley Stahl interviews the mother and daughter.

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Altercation Costs NFL Player

Despite his pleas, an NFL player lost the chance to say goodbye to a dying relative when a cop held him outside the hospital. The officer was put on administrative leave. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Fostering Hope

He's an exceptional student with a near perfect SAT score, but 17-year-old Alex Chivescu needed to find a foster family who would be willing to accept him into their home. Steve Hartman reports.

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Will Recession Change America?

Today's economic meltdown will alter countless lives in countless ways for decades to come. As Jeff Greenfield reports, some think that change could be for the better.

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Obama Plans Al Qaeda Defeat

President Obama unveiled his new strategy to defeat al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Lara Logan reports, with exclusive video of Taliban training exercises.

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Preview- Obama & Schieffer

Katie Couric speaks with "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer about his upcoming interview with President Barack Obama.

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Fargo Fears Disastrous Flood

The 92,000 residents of Fargo, N.D., are very worried that a catastrophic flood may soon hit their city. As Dean Reynolds reports, the Red River hit a record high and is still rising.

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Bitter Cold A Blessing?

Officials have evacuated one-third of households in Moorhead, Minn. due to a possible flood. As Dave Price reports, the bitter cold weather is actually keeping a bad situation from getting worse.

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Finding Work At An Older Age

Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen reports on the status of Diana Schuman, an unemployed former school teacher who has received help from "The Early Show" on her search for a new job.

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Notebook- Banks

Katie Couric discusses the American people and the overall lack of general knowledge concerning the banking system. Couric says that we should all learn more about the inner workings of the economy.

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Madonna Wants 2nd Malawi Kid

The material girl is expected to be in a Malawi court when they decide if she may adopt a second child from the country, reports Mark Phillips.

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Life On The Funny Pages

Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist Tom Toles talks to John Dickerson about his varied career, sketching the Obama administration and political correctness in cartoons.

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Obama's European Trip

John Dickerson talks to CBS News White House Correspondent Peter Maer and Politico.com's David Mark about the president s trip to Europe and domestic issues.

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Soldier Writes On Afghanistan

Author Craig Mullaney wrote about his first-hand experiences in "The Unforgiving Minute." He talked to Harry Smith about the importance of Afghanistan to stabilizing the region.

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Chip Reid Talks Obama

Washington Unplugged Extra: CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent Chip Reid talks to John Dickerson about the president's Afghanistan policy, the threat of over exposure and sleep deprivation on the road.

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Training Afghan Forces

The European Union Ambassador tells John Dickerson that European nations will assist the U.S. and send troops to train Afghan forces.

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Washington Unplugged 03.27.09

Washington Unplugged This Week: Obama s Europe Trip, The United States Afghanistan Policy and life on the funny pages.

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Clean Energy Creates U.S. Jobs

Factory workers in Windsor, Colo. gain employment by making wind turbines for a Danish company. Jeff Glor reports.

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POLITICO Playbook- 3/27/09

POLITICO Playbook- 3/27/09

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Week In Playback 3/27

Week In Playback 3/27

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Friday Gibbs & Takes 3/27

Friday Gibbs & Takes

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This Week in VIDEO 3/27/09

This Week in VIDEO 3/27/09

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Gibbs scolded for being late

Gibbs scolded for being late

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Teen Sues DA Over Sexting Case

High school students sue a district attorney's office to escape facing child pornography charges. Julie Chen speaks with George Skumanick, Jr. the Wyoming County, Pa. DA and legal analyst Lisa Bloom.

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Getting Celeb Hot Bootylicious

Style expert Greta Monahan and Yoga instructor Amy Elers demonstrate exercise and fashion tips for boosting assets.

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Your Shot On 'Big Brother'

Julie Chen explains how anyone can apply to join the "Big Brother" house this Summer.

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Bankers on Obama meeting

Bankers on Obama meeting

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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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Obama On Troops In Afghanistan

Saying war in Iraq distracted from the effort in Afghanistan, President Obama announced his strategy to combat the Taliban and al Qaeda insurgents.

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Contaminated Drywall

Rotting drywall can ruin a home as well as health, home improvement expert Danny Lipford tells Harry Smith. Tens of thousands of American homes may be affected.

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Dallas Police 'Embarrassed'

The Dallas Police Dept. is investigating an officer who detained an NFL player from seeing a dying in-law at the hospital because he ran two stop signs, reports Randall Pinkston.

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Afghanistan 2.0

Thousands more U.S. soldiers will head to Afghanistan to train military there for the fight against al Qaeda now joining with forces in Pakistan, reports Bill Plante.

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Obama's new Afghanistan plan

Obama announces new Afghanistan plan

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Holder Swearing-In Highlights

Holder Swearing-In Highlights

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Obama on Holder's "Audacity"

Obama on Holder's "Audacity"

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Tornadoes Blast The South

Gulf Coast residents in Miss. and La. were shaken by violent weather overnight as they woke to tornadoes. Julie Chen talks to two Magee, Miss. residents who searched for trapped neighbors.

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Fargo Flood Forces Evacuation

The Red River may hit record levels over the weekend as residents fill sandbags through the night while some evacuated, reports Dave Price. Harry Smith talks to two evacuees in Fargo, N.D.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/27/2009

Morning Show Roundup 3/27/2009

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Morning Show Roundup 3/27/2009

Morning Show Roundup 3/27/2009

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POLITICO Playback 3/27/09

POLITICO Playback 3/27/09

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Simon Cowell- "It was a joke"

Simon Cowell: "It was a joke"

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The Death Of Latin

As Ed Boyle explains in this London Comment, some towns in England are doing away with Latin words, but the language isn't going down without a fight.

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What Little Ones Love

Kate Kelly, Managing Editor of American Baby Magazine, discusses what babies love and why.

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Business- Where Airplanes Go to Die

Airplanes are dismantled and scrapped for recycling at a facility in France.

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Tree schools blemish South Africa's education system

Fifteen years after South Africa embraced all-race democracy, the country’s rural poor still experience massive inequality when it comes to education. Village schools lack teachers, resources and often the schools themselves.

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Politics- Not Your Father's O.M.B.

At the Office of Management and Budget, how can Peter Orszag be such a geek and yet also such a canny political operator?

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The Minimalist- Tortillitas With Shrimp

Mark Bittman introduces a little known savory pancake made with chickpea flour.

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Business- Green Inc.- Shedding Light on C.F.L.s

Green Inc. editor Tom Zeller Jr. looks at improvements in ? and lingering concerns over ? compact fluorescent light bulbs.

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Bank CEOs Pledge Cooperation With Washington

President Barack Obama met with CEOs from the nation's largest banks Friday to urge cooperation between Washington and Wall Street. Several CEOs told the AP's Julie Pace they're committed to that partnership. (March 27)

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Money Minute- Spending, Barclays, Levine

Consumers have increased their spending for a second straight month. The AP's David Melendy reports. (March 27)

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Your Money- the FDIC and You

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Is charged with insuring the deposits of millions of Americans. Greg McBride of Bankrate.com offers some perspective. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (March 27)

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March 27- Investors Cash in Gains From Rally

Caution reasserted itself on Wall Street Friday, sending stocks sharply lower but not enough to deny the market its third straight weekly advance. (March 27)

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Officers Mourn- In Their Own Words

Thousands of mourners gathered with the families of four slain Oakland police officers for a joint funeral Friday that drew law enforcement from around the US and Canada. (March 27)

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Oakland Officers Died 'Doing What They Loved'

Thousands of mourners gathered with the families of four slain Oakland police officers for a joint funeral that drew law enforcement officers from around the world and a bevy of elected officials. (March 27)

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6 Ailing Chimps Quarantined After Seventh Dies

Keepers at the Lincoln Park Zoo had six ailing chimpanzees in quarantine and under close observation Thursday after the recent death of another chimp from a mysterious respiratory illness. (March 27)

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First Person- We're Preparing for the Worst

Thousands of Fargo, North Dakota residents evacuated as others prayed that sandbagged levees would hold as the surging Red River threatened to unleash the biggest flood the city has ever seen. (March 27)

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Experimental Vaccine Used in Ebola Exposure Case

A scientist was given an experimental vaccine after she accidentally pricked her finger with a needle used to inject the deadly Ebola virus into lab mice. (March 27)

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Attack Kills Scores at Pakistani Mosque

A suicide bomber demolished a mosque packed with hundreds of worshippers attending prayers near the Afghan border, killing at least 48 people and injuring scores more, in the bloodiest attack in Pakistan this year. (March 27)

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'Freedom Tower' Has a New Preferred Name

The agency that owns ground zero confirmed Thursday that the signature skyscraper replacing the towers destroyed on Sept. 11 will be more commonly known as One World Trade Center. (March 27)

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Sen. Dorgan- Fargo Putting Up 'valiant' Effort

U.S. Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota talks about preparations as residents of Fargo brace for a record flood. (March 27)

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Japan Prepares for N.Korea Missile Launch

A convoy of Japanese military vehicle carrying land-to-air missiles arrived at the Japanese Defence Ministry headquarters in central Tokyo on Friday night, amid preparations should a rocket launch by communist North Korea go awry. (March 27)

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Raw Video- Guest Faints Live on Morning Show

A guest on WMBB-TV's morning news in Panama City, Fla. faints live on air after saying just a few words. The guest recovered and later appeared on air.(March 27)

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Investigator- Errors Caused NFL Boat Accident

A combination of errors is being blamed for the boating accident that killed two NFL players and a friend. (March 27)

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Raw Video- Flames Engulf Brazilian Factory

A Brazilian chemical plant in a heavily populated residential neighborhood of Sao Paulo burst into flames in a series of explosions, terrorizing residents who were evacuated by authorities. (March 27)

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Raw Video- Bobcat Attacks, Bites Bar Patrons

Patrons of the Chaparral Bar in the central Arizona community of Cottonwood were attacked by a bobcat and two men were bitten by the animal after it wandered inside. (March 27)

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Raw Video- Blizzard Blankets the Texas Panhandle

A winter storm has blanketed the Texas Panhandle. It was whiteout conditions at Amarillo Airport, where visibility was near zero. Driving winds and snow whipped the runways. (March 27)

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Miss. Residents Pick Up Pieces Following Tornado

Authorities are beginning to get a clearer picture of the damage done overnight in rural Mississippi, after a line of severe storms blew through several Southern states last night, spawning two tornadoes. (March 27)

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Raw Video- Annual Tradition Blossoms in Japan

Cherry blossom flowers have begun to bloom in Tokyo. Cherry blossom is considered a special flower for the Japanese people. It symbolises the arrival of spring as well as the start of the party season. (March 27)

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Suicide bomb in Pakistan mosque kills up to 50

A suicide bomber blew himself up during Friday prayers at a packed Pakistan mosque, leaving around 50 dead and scores wounded in one of the bloodiest recent attacks in the nation.

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Argentine wine rises in the ranks

Argentine wine exports have been increasing steadily, despite a sagging economy, apparently due to the increasingly high quality of their products for a price that remains relatively low. Even foreign producers are gravitating towards Argentine vineyards.

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Obama makes Pakistan center of Al-Qaeda war

US President Barack Obama Friday put Pakistan at the center of the fight against Al-Qaeda in unveiling a new strategy to commit thousands more troops and billions of dollars to the Afghan war.

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Graffiti goes legit, with Paris exhibit

The pioneers of the art braved speeding subway trains and police roundups to make their mark on the American landscape. But graffiti has come a long way since then -- all the way to the Grand Palais in Paris.

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China pushes thrifty consumers to spend

Because of China's limited social welfare system, many workers save their money to finance their children's education and to look after elderly parents. But Beijing now must convince its masses to spend -- to help save the country, and much of Asia, from the global economic crisis.

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Turkey's ruling party looks to easy election win

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Islamist-rooted party is the grand favourite to win local elections Sunday, in spice of the gloom setting in with a deepening economic crisis.

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Japanese story-telling with a twist

A Japanese man has revived the traditional art of street story-telling in economic hard times, but with a modern twist: his tales are all from the country's famous Manga cartoons.

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Poland a shopper's paradise -- for Lithuanians

Since the weakening of the zloty, increasing numbers of Lithuanians are hopping over the border into Poland to do their shopping. In Suwalki, both wholesalers and supermarkers are doing a brisk trade.

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Lawsuit Filed Over State School 'Fight Club'

A woman who says her mentally disabled son was forced to fight in bouts staged by staff at a Texas state school has filed a civil lawsuit against the state. (March 26)

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Political troubles bring woes to Madagascar's tourism industry

Madagascar's political crisis has had a devastating impact on the country's tourist industry which, until last December, had been on the up.

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Egypt's Bahai win landmark rights case

In a landmark rights case, members of Egypt's Bahai community have won a legal battle not to have to state their religion on official documents.

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Raw Video- Indonesian Dam Bursts, Dozens Dead

Torrential rain caused a dam to burst early Friday, sending a wall of water crashing into a crowded neighborhood just outside Indonesia's capital. The flood killed at least 50 people. (March 27)

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Friday, March 27th: More troops to Afghanistan; Red River rising in Fargo, North Dakota; Indiana prison escapees captured; Dashboard cam captures police misconduct.

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First Person- Explosives, Salt Crack Ice Jam

North Dakota officials say water is moving again on the Missouri River after rock salt and two rounds of explosives were used to break up sheets of ice that were helping to form a dam. (March 27)

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Teen Faces Porn Charges for Nude Pics of Herself

A 14-year-old New Jersey girl has been accused of child pornography after posting nearly 30 explicit nude pictures of herself on MySpace.com, charges that could force her to register as a sex offender if convicted. (March 26)

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North Korea Positions Rocket for April Liftoff

North Korea's positioning of a rocket on its east coast launchpad ratcheted up tensions with Washington, which warned that pushing ahead with the launch would have serious consequences. (March 26)

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First Person- Fargo 'Sandbagging Like Crazy'

Residents in Fargo, North Dakota have been scrambling in subfreezing temperatures to pile sandbags along the Red River. They spent much of Thursday preparing for a record crest of 41 feet, only to have forecasters add 2 feet to the estimate. (March 26)

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Cop Placed on Leave for Run-in With NFL Player

Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle says he's embarrassed and disappointed by a police officer who kept an NFL player in a hospital parking lot while the player's mother-in-law died inside the building. (March 26)

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New Estimate Raises North Dakota Flood Levels

The National Weather Service has raised its Red River crest forecast at Fargo to as much as 43 feet as North Dakota's largest city struggles to protect itself from potentially disastrous flooding. (March 26)

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Police- Escaped Ind. Inmates Captured in Neb.

Authorities say three inmates who escaped last week from an Indiana prison have been caught in the Nebraska. Law-enforcement agencies in that part of the state were told to be on the lookout for the men, who were considered armed and dangerous. (March 26)

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Not Guilty Plea for Alleged Ill. Church Shooter

A man charged in the fatal shooting of a pastor during church services said that he wanted to plead guilty, moments after his attorney entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf. (March 26)

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