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Sunday, March 29, 2009

N.D., Minn. Band To Stop Flood

Despite hailing from different states, residents from both Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota have united in an effort to prevent flooding from the Red River. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Deadly Nursing Home Shooting

The small town of Carthage, N.C is in shock in the wake of a nursing home shooting that killed at least 8 patients. Mark Strassmann has the latest.

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How To Sell Yourself

Mat Richter's taking his unemployment status into his own hands with a unique marketing idea. As John Blackstone reports, Calif.'s rising unemployment is forcing some to find their own silver lining.

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From Schieffer's Angle

Bob Schieffer spoke with Priya David about his thoughts on Pres. Obama's recent interview on Face The Nation.

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Obama's Warm Welcome?

With Pres. Obama preparing for his 1st official overseas trip to attend the G-20 summit, will the current global economic crisis mean the end of the lovefest? Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Entering The World Stage

Pres. Obama prepares for the G20 summit, where he will urge NATO leaders to follow is economic example as well as for resources in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Fargo's "Wake-Up Call"

When a levee holding Fargo's Red River sprung a leak the town's mayor said it was a "wake up call." As, Dean Reynolds reports, the danger has subsided but the town is not out of the woods yet.

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Wagoner Isn't "Like A Rock"

GM's CEO Rick Wagoner was asked to resign by the White House. As Tony Guida reports, the news comes on the eve of Pres. Obama's announcement of more bailout funds for the struggling auto industry.

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Neighbors In It Together

Residents of Fargo, N.D. are hoping the worse of the Red River flooding is behind them. As Dean Reynolds reports, 80,000 of the 90,000 resident volunteered to help prevent major floods.

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Stopping The Presses For Good

Newspapers seem to be in peril. Recently, many big city newspapers have stopped their presses. This is the headline the newspaper industry wants buried. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Tweets, Twits and Twitter, Oh My!

Nancy Giles is all a-twitter about Twitter, and she's not even sure what it is. She asks: Why would anyone care what someone else is doing right this very minute?

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Blogging Through History

With newspapers down and online blogs up, it is hard to know what is credible and what is not. As Josh Landis and Mitch Butler show, this format is old hat.

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Face The Nation, 3.29.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about ending the war in Afganistan; Mexico's drug violence and restoring the economy and the American dream.

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His Presidency

Bob Schieffer discussed how President Barack Obama has fit into the presidency.

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'Help Me Help You'

Exclusive: Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about what it will take to fix the ailing economy and restore the American dream.

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Ending America's Wars

Exclusive: Bob Schieffer spoke with President Barack Obama about ending the war in Afganistan, and about the alarming increase in violence along the Mexican border.

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Sunday show wrapup

Sunday show wrapup

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McCain dodges on Palin

McCain dodges on Palin

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McCain on bipartisanship

McCain on bipartisanship

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Obama - "Absolutely not" caving on tax cut

Obama : "Absolutely not" caving on tax cut

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Obama- "Not a caretaker presidency"

Obama: "Not a caretaker presidency"

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Geithner- "We're going to emerge out of this stronger"

Geithner: "We're going to emerge out of this stronger"

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Gates on North Korea

Gates on North Korea

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Vows- Vows- Gigi & Ion

Gigi Widham and Ion Freeman met in May 2008 at a mixer at the Hudson Union Society. After a terrible play and a few trips, Ion proposed 5 months later.

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Protestors Mark 30th Anniv. of Nuclear Meltdown

The debate has changed since America's worst nuclear accident 30 years ago today at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island. Fears of an atomic catastrophe have been largely supplanted by fears about global warming. (March 29)

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Obama May Find Europe Cool to US Goals

President Barack Obama leaves Tuesday on his first overseas trip as president -- a weeklong trip to a Europe that seems to love him but disagree with his priorities. AP White House correspondent Mark Smith reports. (March 29)

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Officials- Madonna Set to Adopt Malawian Girl

Over the weekend, Madonna toured an impoverished village and discussed plans for building a new school in Malawi, the central African nation where officials say she would begin proceedings this week to adopt a young girl. (March 29)

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First Person- Dike Breach Threatens Fargo School

The Red River breached a dike Sunday and sent water flowing into buildings at a school campus in Fargo in an episode the mayor called a "wakeup call" for a city that needs to be vigilant for weaknesses in levees. (March 29)

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Video Essay- Volcano Ash Closes Alaska Airport

Eruptions from Alaska's Mount Redoubt are spewing a thin layer of ash on Anchorage, enough to force the shutdown of the state's largest airport and strand travelers. Produced by Associated Press Photographer Rick Bowmer. (March 29)

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Good News for Fargo, but Agonizing Wait

As the Red River slowly receded Sunday, Fargo was keeping a close eye on the many miles of sandbag levees that are the main line of defense against a potentially destructive flood that has had the city on edge for more than a week. (March 29)

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Biden- Cubans Deserve Freedom

Speaking at the Progressive Government Summit in Chile, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday that the United States is not planning to lift its trade embargo on Cuba. (March 29)

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Good News for Fargo, but Agonizing Wait

Fargo's fears of a catastrophic flood eased Saturday with word that the Red River apparently crested at lower-than-expected levels, but residents still have much to worry about.(March 28)

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First Person- Floodwaters Can't Stop Wedding

Not even a record flood can stop love. Nathan and Brittany Aakre said their vows Saturday in Fargo, North Dakota, surrounded by friends, family and a whole lot of water. (March 28)

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Lights Dim Worldwide for Earth Hour 2009

From a reseach base in Antarctica to the Empire State Building in New York, illuminated patches of the globe went dark Saturday for Earth Hour, a campaign to highlight the threat of climate change. (March 28)

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AP Impact- Faces and Fights of Mexico's Drug War

The Associated Press spent five days on the front line of Mexico's drug war, embedded with the army's 8th Division in Tamaulipas state, one of many organized-crime hotspots now policed by tens of thousands of troops nationwide. (March 27)

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Rare instruments make French quartet's dreams come true

One of France's top string quartets has just given given a rare set of instruments built to be played in perfect harmony. Crafted in 1863, the quartet has been played only a handful of times in 150 years.

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Cambodia's KRouge prison chief to address court

Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal this week resumes the trial of the Khmer Rouge's former prison chief, who is expected to admit his role in the "Killing Fields" horrors three decades ago.

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North Dakota anxiously patrols levees amid record flood

North Dakota is experiencing a record-breaking flood. Officials fear as many as 30,000 people could be left homeless in the northern plains if the Red River breaks through levees protecting the towns of Fargo and Moorhead.

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