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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Clinton On Afghanistan Conference

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down for an interview with CBS News' Lara Logan to discuss the current conference taking place at The Hague on the future of Afghanistan.

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Obama And The Queen

Only On The Web: Reporting from London, Katie Couric speaks with English historian David Starkey about the upcoming meeting of Queen Elizabeth II and President Barack Obama.

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A Critical Opportunity

In a critical time in the world's economy, President Obama will meet with world leaders in an effort to restore confidence in the U.S. as well as fix the global economy. Katie Couric reports.

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All The Queen's Men

President Obama is set to meet Queen Elizabeth II but, as Katie Couric reports, she's seen it all 10 times before.

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London's Political Scandals

A wave of public anger erupted over Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith billing taxpayers for two adult movies. As Sheila MacVicar reports, more of Smith's expenses have been charged to taxpayers.

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Salmonella In Pistachios?

A major producer of pistachios is recalling over 2 million pounds of nuts that may be contaminated with salmonella. John Blackstone has the latest.

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GM's Buyer Incentives

GM is hoping to win back its customers by unveiling a new package of buyer incentives. As Anthony Mason reports, new CEO Fritz Henderson admitted the company's consumer crisis.

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Afghanistan's Future

A meeting between 70 countries was held in The Netherlands to discuss the future of Afghanistan. As Lara Logan reports, a U.S. diplomat also held an informal meeting with Iranian delegates.

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The World Is Watching

From high-stakes diplomacy to pomp and circumstance, President Obama has arrived in London for the G20 Summit. As Chip Reid reports, the stakes are very high.

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Embryo Adoption

Couples who use in-vitro fertilization to get pregnant now have to decide whether to put their remaining fertilized eggs up for adoption. KPHO-TVs Nicole Crites reports.

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Surprise Birth

A 38-year-old woman didn't know she was pregnant until she gave birth to a healthy full-term baby boy in her Oregon home after complaining of stomach cramps. KVTL-TVs Natalee Morales reports.

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MoneyWatch

Home prices plunged in January compared to a year ago, Wall Street closed out its best month in 6 years, and automakers are offering incentives to unemployed Americans. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Obama In Europe

Reporting from London, Katie Couric discusses Pres. Obama's first European visit since taking office. Couric says that the President will face a broad range of issues and challenges on this trip.

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Networks across the pond

Networks across the pond

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Obama's London Arrival

CBS News RAW: Pres. and Mrs. Obama arrived in London on Tuesday ahead of the G20 summit and were greeted on the tarmac by Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Maclean Darling.

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Michelle's outfit swap on the plane

Michelle's outfit swap on the plane

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Gas Prank Gone Wrong

Caught On Tape: A Phoenix, Ariz. man lit a match close to a gas pump as a prank, but it went terribly wrong. Fire erupted from the gas pump and caught another man on fire. KPHO's Cara Liu reports.

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Kennedy appeals for health care reform

Kennedy appeals for health care reform

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Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen on Capitol HIll

Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen on Capitol HIll

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Sparks Fly In Auto Industry

Wall Street cools on the outlook for the auto industry, reports Jeff Glor. Senator Bob Corker tells Maggie Rodriguez why he called the Obama administration's drastic actions "a sideshow."

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Obamas arrive in London

Obamas arrive in London

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Loaded- Unabashed Piracy

Netflix raises prices on Blu-ray Disc rentals, Google starts throwing some big bucks around, and we explain how to declare your pirating habits to all of your Facebook friends.

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Afghan - U.S. Ties Strained

Only On The Web: At a conference on Afghan and Pakistani relations being attended by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, it seemed U.S. relations with Afghanistan are strained, reports Lara Logan.

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Keeping Face On Facebook

An online profile should reflect who you are, but no more than your grandmother would want to know, reports Laila Ali who talked to experts in publicity and from the social networking site Facebook.

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One Pill Good For The Heart?

The poly or 'magic' pill claims to have the same benefits as diet and exercise, cardiologist Suzanne Steinbaum tells Maggie Rodriguez.

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Discovery's Deadliest Catch

Harry Smith spoke with Capt. Sig Hansen and Capt. Keith Colburn of the Discovery Channel's Dealiest Catch about the dangers of filming the show.

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Mrs. Obama's British Invasion

Europeans are eager to see what the sophisticated first lady will wear during the G-20 summit, reports Elizabeth Palmer.

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POLITICO- Whitford on Rahm comparison

POLITICO: Whitford on Rahm comparison

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Supermodel Steps On Toes

Supermodel Giselle Bundchen stirred up controversy after remarks that she feels like a real mother to her stepson. Cookie magazine's Robi Ludwig discussed the topic with Maggie Rodriguez.

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West Wing actor "honored" by Rahm comparison

West Wing actor "honored" by Rahm comparison

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Dinner With Tyler Florence

Food Network's Tyler Florence showed Harry Smith how to make a hearty chicken dinner the whole family is sure to love.

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Fight For Your Money

Financial author David Bach gave Harry Smith great tips on how to save money on everything from plane tickets to cable TV.

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Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford

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Conficker Worm Warning

CNET's Natali Del Conte shares tips with Maggie Rodriguez about the April 1 "Conficker" worm, which could steal financial information from your computer.

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From Borat To Bruno

Actor Sasha Baron Cohen is following up his Borat character with Bruno, a gay Austrian fashionista. Early cuts of the film received an NC-17 rating. Michelle Gielan reports.

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One Month To Live

The whole town of Clinton, Okla. has challenged themselves to live one month as if it were their last. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Goolsbee on Auto Bondholders

Goolsbee on Auto Bondholders

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Beck's tears lead to Scarborough's tears... of laughter

Beck's tears lead to Scarborough's tears... of laughter

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Nursing Home 911 Tapes

Robert Stewart is suspected of killing eight people at a N.C. nursing home people before being shot. Police released recordings of the 911 calls. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Fargo Pummeled Again

After withstanding flood waters from the Red River, Fargo, N.D. residents are now battling a blizzard. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Morning Show Roundup 3/31/09

Morning Show Roundup 3/31/09

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Obamas depart for Europe

Obamas depart for Europe

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POLITICO Playback 3/31/09

POLITICO Playback 3/31/09

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Computer Virus Has Experts Stumped

The Conficker Worm computer virus is infecting Windows-based computers worldwide and has experts stumped on how to stop it. It's expected to receive new instructions on April 1st. UTTM Computer Consultant John Quain discusses the virus.

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N.y./region- A World of Hurt- The Examination

For William Cassone, the road to workers' compensation led through the office of Dr. Hershel Samuels, an Independent Medical Examiner with the state's worker's compensation system

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Style- Local Global Luxury

The Emporio Mall in New Delhi is a luxury environment for both Indian and international brands.

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Fashion- Crafting the Future

Designer Dries Van Noten talks about including Indian elements in his pieces.

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Sports- N.C.A.A. Tournament Tipoff

Sports columnist Bill Rhoden and The Times's Connor Ennis preview the men's N.C.A.A. Final Four.

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Sports- Being Aron Ralston

In 2003, Aron Ralston amputated his arm after he was trapped by a boulder in a Utah canyon. Six years later, he still struggles with the meaning of his survival.

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Honda Connects Brain Thoughts With Robotics

Honda Motor Co. has developed a way to read patterns of electric currents on a person's scalp as well as changes in cerebral blood flow when a person thinks about four simple movements. (March 31)

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'Conficker' Computer Worm Set to Strike April 1

The Conficker worm, a nasty computer infection that has poisoned millions of PCs, will start ramping up its efforts Wednesday to use those machines for cybercrimes. It's unclear whether everyday PC users will even notice. (March 31)

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Flooding in Fargo Takes a Toll on Those in Need

In Fargo, requests for food donations have increased because of the flood but donations are down. The AP's John Mone has more on the economic impact of the storm. (March 31)

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Cuban Americans Mixed on Opening Travel to Cuba

It's time for Congress to end restrictions that have prevented most Americans from visiting Cuba, a bipartisan group of senators said Tuesday. In Miami's Little Havana, residents expressed mixed emotions to the new legislation. (March 31)

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Reporter's Notebook- Arriving in London

President Barack Obama is in Europe for his first overseas trip since taking office. The AP's Jason Bronis is traveling along with the president, and has a behind the scenes look at the press corp's arrival in London. (March 31)

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FDA- Avoid Pistachios Amid Salmonella Scare

The government says consumers should avoid eating food with pistachios after a California company recalls more than 2 million pounds of the roasted nut. There is worry about salmonella contamination. (March 31)

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Spanish Lawyer Defends Complaint Against U.S.

Six former Bush administration officials accused in a Spanish complaint of sanctioning the torture of terror suspects should come to Spain to face justice, a human rights lawyer urged Monday. (March 31)

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Sebelius Calls for Action Now on Health Care

Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, President Barack Obama's choice to head the Health and Human Services Department, said Tuesday that if confirmed, 'health reform would be my mission.' (March 31)

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Older Workers Delay Retirement

In these scary economic times, older workers are putting off their retirement and hanging on to a paycheck. Some retirees struggling to make ends meet are scanning help-wanted ads for the first time in years. The AP's Faryl Ury reports. (March 31)

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Raw Video- Obama Arrives in London

President Barack Obama has arrived in Europe, with a hefty economic and political agenda for his first journey across the Atlantic since taking office two months ago. (March 31)

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Retired Cop- Robbed by 'Stupid Criminal'

A Harrisburg, Pennsylvania man is accused of robbing a retired police officer at gunpoint inside a hotel that was hosting a police seminar. (March 31)

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Pakistani Taliban Threaten Attack on U.S.

The commander of the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility Tuesday for a deadly assault on a Pakistani police academy and said the group was planning a terrorist attack on the White House. (March 31))

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Despite Blizzard, Worst May Be Over in Fargo

The Red River's still high near Fargo, N.D, but the river's newest levees appear to be holding. AP's John Mone reports. (March 31)

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Hero Men Catch Toddler After 40-Foot Fall

Two men are being hailed as heroes by police for catching a toddler who fell 40 feet from a third-story window of a Lawrence, Massachusetts home. (March 31)

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Out of the Flood, a Squirrel Rescue

As floodwaters threatened Fargo, some rescue workers saw a squirrel struggling in the water. The rescue of 'Grover' followed. (March 31)

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Charges Filed in Student's Drinking Death

Three members of a banned fraternity in western New York have been charged in the drink death of a fellow student. Livingston County prosecutor Thomas Moran says the suspects encouraged the victim to binge drink. (March 31)

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Clinton Attends Conference on Afghanistan

Speaking at a conference at The Hague on Afghanistan, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says diplomacy must be packaged with military action and civilian development to rescue Afghanistan. (March 31)

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Raw Video- Pirates Captured Following Attack

Seven pirates opened fire on a German naval supply ship in the Gulf of Aden but were chased down and captured by an international anti-piracy task force, the U.S. Navy and European officials said Monday. (March 31)

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New Salmonella Fears Spark Pistachio Recall

Federal food safety officials warned Monday that consumers should stop eating all foods containing pistachios while they figure out the source of a possible salmonella contamination. (March 31)

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15 Fired for Looking at Octuplet Mom's Med Files

Fifteen hospital workers have been fired for looking at medical records of octuplet mother Nadya Suleman without permission. (March 31)

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Money Minute- Autos, Home Prices, More

If you've put off buying a car for fear of losing your job, the automakers are prepared to bail you out if that pink slip comes. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (March 31)

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March 31- Wall Street Rebounds As Quarter Ends

Wall Street is finishing a tumultuous month on a high note. Investors loaded up on technology and financial shares on the last day of the quarter and managed to extend a three-week rally. (March 31)

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GM CEO- Restructuring to Come at Fast Pace

General Motors' new CEO says the government's assessment of the struggling automaker requires it to make further cuts to lighten its balance sheet and do more to accelerate its restructuring. (March 31)

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Your Money- Money Managers

Following your money after it's invested is important for maximizing returns. And as AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains, knowing about the money manager can pay off as well. (March 31)

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Wall Street Sees Massive Gains in Q1

The first quarter on Wall Street was so extraordinary that it contained its own bear market and bull market. Analysts say investors should be cautious about the rise, and not dismissive of such a quick run-up. (March 31)

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Obama Heads to Europe With Packed Schedule

President Barack Obama is headed to Europe where a packed schedule awaits him. The president's first stop will be the G-20 meetings in London. (March 31)

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Reliving Kenya's slum violence on-screen

A feature-length movie looks at last year's post-election violence in Nairobi's sprawling Kibera which saw 1,300 people killed.

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Reliving Kenya's slum violence on-screen

A feature-length movie looks at last year's post-election violence in Nairobi's sprawling Kibera which saw 1,300 people killed.

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Obama departs US for key Europe summits

President Barack Obama headed to Europe Tuesday on the first overseas trip of his young presidency to hold crucial meetings on the economic crisis and with America's military partners in NATO.

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Eiffel Tower, 120 years old, gets facelift

One hundred twenty years after its completion, the Eiffel Tower is a getting a facelift -- a paint job that will take 18 months to outfit the monument from tip to toe in a new coat of coppery brown. Twenty-five painters are on the job to cover 250,000 square metres of metal of monument. The 324-metre-high tower receives more than six million visitors per year.

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What knock-on effect of Asia's economic slowdown?

For the past decades, Asia has been a major driving force of economic growth but the region has not been spared the pain of the global crisis.

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Afghanistan worried about insurgents sheltering in Pakistan

As Afghanistan's international backers sit down in The Hague to discuss the best way to move forward, concerns are growing about insurgents using lawless tribal areas in Pakistan as safe havens to launch attacks.

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Obama wants Europe to spend more to save its economy

Barack Obama flew to Europe on Tuesday, where he'll be participating in his first major world summit, the G20. The American president wants to push other world powers to go farther in their struggle to save their economies by adopting recovery plans similar to that of the United States.

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Gilded courtl life on show at Versailles

Royal pomp and circumstance are on display at the Versailles palace outside Paris in an exhibition of the dresses, crowns and finery of Europe's most sumptuous courts.

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Netanyahu to lead right-wing Israeli government

Benjamin Netanyahu has been sworn in as Israel's new premier, heading a predominantly right-wing cabinet that has sparked international concern over the future of troubled peace talks.

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Tibetan exiles claim video shows 'torture'

Tibet's government-in-exile has expressed grave concerns over the content of a recent video that purports to show Chinese security beating unarmed Tibetan protesters. China has labelled the footage a lie but former Tibetan political prisoners say brutality by security personnel is rampant inside their homeland.

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Baghdad celebrates "international book fair"

As Iraq's capital slowly puts behind the worst of the violence that has reigned for years, signs of commercial and cultural life continue to emerge -- the latest being the launch of a book fair.

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Officials Search for Ways to Stop Drug Violence

Sen. John Kerry says Mexico's government is not on the brink of collapse in its bloody war with powerful drug cartels. The senator was part of a hearing on what can be done to ensure violence doesn't spread further across the border. (March 30)

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N. Korea Says 2 US Journalists Will Stand Trial

Two American journalists detained at North Korea's border with China two weeks ago will be indicted and tried, "their suspected hostile acts" already confirmed, Pyongyang's state-run news agency said Tuesday. (March 30)

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Blizzard Tests Fargo's Levees, Weary Residents

Weary residents welcomed the Red River's further retreat Monday but faced an approaching snowstorm expected to kick up wind-whipped waves that could threaten the sandbag levees they built to protect their city from a major flood. (March 30)

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Dramatic 911 Calls From NC Nursing Home Shooting

On chilling 911 calls, several people inside Pinelake Health and Rehab pleaded for help as a man opened fire on the facility's staff and residents. (March 30)

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Brother to Be Buried With Sisters He Killed

Two Massachusetts sisters and the brother who killed them with a kitchen knife on Saturday will share a single funeral service and be buried together. Police shot Kerby Revelus after an officer saw him decapitating his younger sister. (March 30)

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Albanian �sworn virgins� fill the shoes of men

Albanian "sworn virgins" are dying out. They are wome decided to live their lives as men to fill a void left by the absence of male family members. They dress, work and live like men but remain chaste and never marry.

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Bloggingheads- Bloggingheads- Have We Lost Our Mojo?

Heather Hurlburt of the National Security Network and Daniel Drezner of Tufts University debate whether the U.S. will still be on top after the economic crisis ends.

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