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Saturday, March 28, 2009

N.D. Flood Victims Speak Out

Chris Wragge speaks exclusively with the Kenney family, as they struggle to save their home in North Dakota which is at risk as a result of the Red River s record flooding.

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Fitting In A Workout

Author of "Working On The Ball: A Simple Guide To Office Fitness," fitness expert Sarah Robichaud shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill some innovative ways to exercise during spring cleaning.

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Stock Advice In A Recession

Bloomberg Television's Dierdre Bolton, "Money" magazine's Amanda Gengler, and WeSeed.com president Jennifer Openshaw appear on the Early Line panel to discuss whether it is a good time to buy stocks.

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Miami Zest In The Kitchen

A top notch chef based in Miami, Michael Schwartz creates a decadent "Chef On A Shoestring" three course meal for four people with a recession-proof budget of $35.

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Discover Utada

She's already sold over 50 million albums worldwide, and now, Japanese-born singing sensation Utada has her sights set on the U.S. The youthful singer performs at the Second Cup Caf .

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Under The Radar, 03.28.09

Throngs of college students clamor into a single telephone booth while a child wins a contest for having smelly shoes. Plus, frisky felines. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill go "Under The Radar."

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Newlywed Cheating

Erica Hill speaks with relationship therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker, who explains some of the most common reasons why both men and women sometimes cheat within the first year of marriage.

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Jobs For A Single Mom

CBS' Chris Wragge sits with single mother Sherezada Torres "At The Kitchen Table," as Torres searches for a source of employment in order to support her children and pay off her debts.

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Space Shuttle Discovery Lands

CBS News RAW: The NASA space shuttle Discovery safely landed at the Kennedy Space Center in Flordida, returning from a 13 day mission to the International Space Station currently orbiting Earth.

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Raw Video- W.Va. Building Imploded

A former Union Carbide building in Charleston, West Virginia is imploded to make way for new construction at the University of Charleston. (March 28)

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Raw Video- Shuttle Discovery Back on Earth

Shuttle Discovery lands in Florida, ends 13-day mission that involved space station construction. (March 28)

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NASA- 13-day Shuttle Mission Successful

Shuttle Discovery and its crew of seven returned to Earth and successfully wrapped up a construction mission that left the international space station with all its solar wings and extra electrical power. (March 28)

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Raw Video- New Photos of N. Korea Leader?

North Korean state media on Saturday broadcast what it said were new stills showing leader Kim Jong Il. There has been speculation about Kim's health since he reportedly suffered a stroke and underwent brain surgery last August. (March 28)

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Thousands Protest World Economic Summit

Tens of thousands of people marched across central London Saturday to demand jobs, economic justice and environmental accountability, kicking off six days of protest and action planned in the run-up to the G20 summit next week. (March 28)

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Hit the Brakes- Man's Finger Stuck in Gas Tank

A man in Michigan gets a finger stuck inside his vehicle's gas tank. It took about five hours for firefighters to free him, a rescue that included taking part of the tank. (March 28)

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First Person- Fargo Homeowners Fight Flood

As river waters rise, homeowners on one street in Fargo, North Dakota fortify themselves against the flood. They are moving furniture and flipping on pumps. (March 28)

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Obama on Flooding- We Will Help

President Barack Obama assured the nation Saturday that he was keeping tabs on floods roiling the Midwest and putting the federal government's weight behind efforts to avert disaster. (March 28)

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Fargo Area Braces for River's Imminent Rise

Forecasters say the Red River could crest sometime Sunday in the Fargo area, a day later than originally thought. Millions of sandbags line dikes, hoping to hold back the water. (March 28)

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China Marks 50 Years of Tibet Rule

Testimonials about the misery of life in old Tibet kicked off celebrations Saturday for the newest holiday on China's political calendar _ an anniversary that marks the communist government's overturning of the region's feudal hierarchy. (March 28)

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Officer Sorry He Delayed NFL Player at Hospital

A Dallas police officer who drew his gun after pulling over an NFL player rushing to see his dying mother-in-law apologized today for his actions. (March 27)

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Thousands Flee Fargo Ahead of Rising Floodwaters

Many residents in Fargo, North Dakota evacuated their homes as forecasters predicted the Red River would crest Sunday, perhaps 3 feet higher than the record set 112 years ago. The AP's John Mone reports. (March 27)

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Health- Translating Health Care

Minneapolis has taken in waves of Somali and Hispanic immigrants with distinctive patterns of beliefs about sickness and health that are a big test for hospitals like Hennepin County Medical Center.

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Opinion- American Ingenuity in Haiti

Sasha Kramer and Sarah Brownell run a hand-to-mouth aid group, called SOIL, that helps turn waste into much-needed fertilizer.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Wall Street Gone Wild

Mark Schmitt, left, of The American Prospect and Matthew Yglesias of the Center for American Progress discuss how smart people on Wall Street wrecked the economy.

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Obama- Taliban and Al-Qaida Must Be Stopped

President Barack Obama on Friday ordered 4,000 more military troops into Afghanistan, vowing to "disrupt, dismantle and defeat" the Taliban and al-Qaida. (March 27)

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Obama- Taliban and Al-Qaida Must Be Stopped

President Barack Obama on Friday ordered 4,000 more military troops into Afghanistan, vowing to "disrupt, dismantle and defeat" the Taliban and al-Qaida. (March 27)

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Billion people invited to switch off lights for 'Earth Hour'

A billion people living in the world's major cities are being invited to turn off their lights at 8:30 p.m. local time on Saturday for "Earth Hour". The Eiffel Tower turns off during 5 minutes.

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Thousands march in Germany ahead of G20, NATO summits

Thousands of people marched through the centres of Berlin and Frankfurt Saturday in protests ahead of summits of the Group of 20 and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

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Tens of thousands hold pre-G20 rally in London

Tens of thousands of demonstrators from trade unions and environmental and anti-capitalism groups marched through London Saturday, starting a series of mass protests ahead of the G20 summit.

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