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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Rep. Chris Van Hollen - Coffeehouse Conversation

Rep. Chris Van Hollen - Coffeehouse Conversation

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Rep. Chris Van Hollen - Coffeehouse Conversation

Rep. Chris Van Hollen - Coffeehouse Conversation

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Geithner On State Of The Economy

In Full: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sat down with Katie Couric to discuss ousting CEOs and reviving the economy.

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G20 Summit Brings Protesters

Thousands of protesters took to the streets in London's financial district, four miles away from the G20 summit. Mark Phillips reports on some violence and more than 30 arrests.

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Bailout CEOs At Risk?

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner tells Katie Couric that if bailout companies don't restructure effectively, the president may do it for them.

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Michelle Mania Hits London

As crowds in London shouted "Obama, Obama," they didn't mean President Obama. As Sheila MacVicar reports, the adulation was all for the first lady, who has taken the U.K. by storm.

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U.S. And Russia's Fresh Start

On his first day on the world stage, President Obama met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and, as Chip Reid reports, announced negotiations on a new treaty to reduce their nuclear arsenals.

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Losing Hope On A Global Scale

With the global recession destroying nearly $20 trillion of wealth, the effects are being felt worldwide. As Katie Couric reports, in country after country many are losing jobs, money and hope.

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Huge Win For Ted Stevens

After a scandal that ended former Sen. Ted Stevens' career, the Justice Department finds the charges should be dropped. Bob Orr reports on what could be a huge embarrassment for federal prosecutors.

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Kidnapping Your Boss

Many workers in France have begun taking the economic recession into their own hands. As Richard Roth reports, some have resorted to kidnapping their boss in an effort to get their point across.

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Notebook- Globalization

With globalization, many nations saw the upside of keeping close financial ties with the U.S. As Katie Couric reports, the global economic crisis has nations pondering the value of the dollar.

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G20 Analysis- Obama a Success?

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk on competing interests at the G20 Summit.

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Obamas Meet The Queen

President Obama and his wife, Michelle, greeted Queen Elizabeth II as they arrived at Buckingham Palace.

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Athletes Teach Kids About AIDS

In Washington, D.C., where 1 in 20 people live with HIV, college athletes use sports to teach kids how to stop the prevention of the diesease. Shilpi Gupta reports.

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Inside 10 Downing

Inside 10 Downing

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Inside 10 Downing

Inside 10 Downing

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Obamas, world leaders arrive for dinner

Obamas, world leaders arrive for dinner

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Dancing In The Streets

The Early Show Singing Family Face Off finale kicks off with a performance of "Dancing In The Streets."

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Pooch's Hi-Tech Prosthetic

Cassidy the German Shephard mix is not an ordinary dog. After losing his leg, a prosthetic titanium rod was fused with his bone. Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Williams pushes Geithner on GM

Williams pushes Geithner on GM

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Protestors hit the streets in London

Protestors hit the streets in London

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Cable chatter- Obama in Europe 4/1/2009

Cable chatter: Obama in Europe 4/1/2009

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Biden jokes about Obama call

Biden jokes about Obama call

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Obamas meet Queen at Buckingham Palace

Obamas arrive at Buckingham Palace

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Obama meets with Chinese leaders

Obama meets with Chinese leaders

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Protesters In London

CBS News RAW: Protesters gather in London's streets for the G20 summit.

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Why Couples Click

Author Helen Fisher spoke with Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith about how DNA affects your choice in a mate.

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And The Winner Is...

J4 wins a CBS recording contract in "The Early Show" Singing Family Face Off competition.

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Miracle Catch Of The Day

Two men acted quickly after seeing an infant girl dangling from a third-story window. The men rushed to the scene just in time and caught the baby. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Drop In Home Prices

Rick Sharga from RealtyTrac spoke to Julie Chen about the best places to buy property and the drop in U.S. home prices in January compared to last year.

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Pistachio Recall

Medical correspondent Jennifer Ashton spoke to Harry Smith about the pistachio recall and the symptoms of salmonella poisoning.

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Obama, Brown hold joint presser

Obama, Brown hold joint presser

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Obamas arrive at Buckingham Palace

Obamas arrive at Buckingham Palace

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Search For Sandra

The aunt of Sandra Cantu, a missing 8-year-old Calif. girl, spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about details of her disappearance. Police are investigating sex offenders in the area.

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Dirty Credit Card Secrets

Financial Contributor Vera Gibbons spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about secret credit card company rate hikes.

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New Medical Correspondent

Dr. Jennifer Ashton joins "The Early Show" team as a new medical correspondent. She has a background in genecology and is also a mother.

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G20 Creates World Rumbling

Protesters descend on London and French President Nicolas Sarkozy reportedly threatens to walk out of the G20 summit. Harry Smith talks with Katie Couric in London.

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Obama meets Medevev, gets Moscow invite

Obama meets Medevev, gets Moscow invite

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Obama on meeting the Queen

Obama and the Queen

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Responsibility Vs. Blame

Only On The Web: President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown explain the breakdown of global markets and the steps required to upgrade financial systems and regulations.

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Obama Renews British Ties

Only On The Web: President Obama spoke in London, England to renew U.S.-British alliances, outlining economic and social goals and praising the world effort to sustain global economy.

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Arts Day on Capitol Hill

Arts Day on Capitol Hill

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POLITICO Playback 04/01/09

POLITICO Playback 04/01/09

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Gordon Brown- G20's Top Five

Only On The Web: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown welcomed President Obama ahead of the G20 world economic summit, outlining what he believes are the top five goals for worldwide financial recovery.

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POLITICO talks to Josh Groban

POLITICO talks to Josh Groban

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Geithner grilled by Rep. Waters

Geithner grilled by Rep. Waters

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Congressional Grillings

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G20 Summit Opens In London

President Obama has arrived in London for his first official overseas trip: the G20 Summit on the global financial crisis. Pam Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, discusses the President's trip.

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The Best Cleaning Product For Your Money

Jody Rohlena, Sr. Editor of Shop Smart Magazine, discusses the best cleaning products on the market and what you shouldn't waste your money on.

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Money Minute- Smoking, Banks, Home Sales

One of President Barack Obama's campaign pledges on taxes went up in puffs of smoke Wednesday. (April 1)

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April 1- Stocks Enter 2nd Quarter Higher

Wall Street began the second quarter on solid footing Wednesday as better-than-expected economic reports helped extend a four-week rally. (April 1)

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U.s.- The New Hard Times

Peter G. Holden, 92, grew up in the Jim Crow South during the Great Depression. He talks with his daughter and granddaughter about how communities pull together during hard times.

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Rare Glimpse Inside Zimbabwe Prisons

Newly released images that provide a rare look inside a Zimbabwean prison show emaciated inmates too weak to stand and eating as if they can barely bring food to their mouths. Warning: graphic video. (April 1)

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Attorney- Prosecutors' Misconduct Was Stunning

The defense attorney for former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens said he's grateful to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder for seeking to drop the government's recent conviction of Stevens on corruption charges due to prosecutorial misconduct. (April 1)

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Authorities Seize Bernard Madoff's Yacht, Boat

Federal authorities seized disgraced financier Bernard Madoff's antique yacht and a smaller boat from two Florida marinas early Wednesday, part of an effort to recoup assets to pay back his swindled investors. (April 1)

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Boxer Jack Johnson Looks for One More KO

Sen. John McCain wants a presidential pardon for Jack Johnson, who became the nation's first black heavyweight boxing champion 100 years before Barack Obama became its first black president. (April 1)

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Police- Following 'Every Lead' on Missing Girl

Investigators are working on hundreds of tips in the search for a missing eight-year-old Tracy, California girl. Police say they've received more than 400 tips since Sandra Cantu was reported missing Friday. (April 1)

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Guy Gets Nabbed Driving Barstool Drunk

An Ohio man is charged with drunken driving after crashing his motorized bar stool, powered by a deconstructed lawn mower. (April 1)

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Officer Who Stopped NFL Player Resigns

A Dallas police officer who detained an NFL player in a hospital parking lot while the player's mother-in-law was dying inside has resigned. (April 1))

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First Person- Michelle Obama's Overseas Fashion

Michelle Obama packed a suitcase of her favorite designers for her first overseas trip as first lady, wearing many of the same labels she's put on the fashion map. (April 1)

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First Person- Cherry Blossoms in Bloom

The cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. are in bloom, framing monuments in pink hues to the delight of visitors and locals alike. (April 1)

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Obama- Some Are to Blame but All Are Responsible

President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to rally the world's top and emerging powers to help cope with a global economic downturn, saying, "We can only meet this challenge together." (April 1)

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General- Afghan-Pakistan Insurgents Get Stronger

Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, said the U.S. would take the fight to the Taliban and insurgent forces in both Afghanistan and neighboring Pakistan. (April 1)

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Hiker Survives Fall, Hobbles to Safety

A hiker in New Zealand spent eight days in the wilderness after he fell down a bluff, breaking his ankle and wrist. He was able to make crutches out of his tent poles and took two days to drag himself to safety. (April 1)

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Israeli Power Shift Means Change in Peace Effort

Benjamin Netanyahu officially took office as Israeli Prime Minister Wednesday. He has said he will seek peace with the Palestinians, but has given few details on what kind of settlement he envisions. (April 1)

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Justice Dept. to Drop Charges Against Stevens

The U.S. Justice Department will ask a judge to drop all charges against former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens. The Republican was convicted on corruption charges late last year. (April 1)

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Obama Talks Russia, Nukes at News Conference

Speaking in a joint news conference with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, President Barack Obama said Russia and the United States have "a broad set of common interests." (April 1)

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N. Korea Threatens to Shoot Down U.S. Planes

North Korea is now accusing the U.S. Of spying on the site of an impending rocket launch. The North has said it will shoot down any U.S. Plane that intrudes into its airspace. (April 1)

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Surveillance Cam Catches Man in Flames

An unbelievable ordeal was caught on surveillance tape Monday, when a man caught on fire at a Phoenix area gas station. (April 1)

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Raw Video- Protests in London Ahead of Summit

Thousands have converged on central London to protest against the G-20 summit. Some demonstrators are trying to storm the Bank of England on a day that demonstrators have branded "Financial Fools Day." (April 1)

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Your Money- Refinancing, Post Meltdown

Mortgage interest rates continue to remain at historically low levels, which is causing at least some homeowners to consider whether they should refinance. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (April 1)

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$44 Billion in Stimulus for Schools Released

The Obama administration has released $44 billion, the first round of school dollars from the economic stimulus package. Education Secretary Arne Duncan made the announcement Wednesday. (April 1)

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Obama Meets With Russian President

President Barack Obama met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in London Wednesday. Both say they'll try to put a new nuclear arms reduction deal in place before the existing treaty expires in December. (April 1)

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Obama Tries to Rally World to Cope With Downturn

President Barack Obama is promising world leaders he will listen, not just talk, as they seek a fix to the global economic crisis. The AP's Mark Smith reports on the president's day in London. (April 1)

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Raw Video- Obamas Meet With Queen

Barack and Michelle Obama held a private meeting at Buckingham Palace Wednesday with England's Queen Elizabeth II. (April 1)

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G20 leaders gather in London

The heads of state and government of the Group of 20 world's most industrialised and developing nations are hosted for dinner on Wednesday by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

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Obama faces world leaders at G20 summit

Rarely has an American president's entrance onto the international scene been so highly anticipated. The world is watching Barack Obama as he participates in the G20 summit on the world economic crisis in London on Thursday.

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What are Europeans expecting from Obama?

Reginald Dale of the Center for Strategic and International Studies discusses what Europeans are hoping for from Obama's first trip across the Atlantic to the G20 summit.

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G20 protesters, police face off

Angry protesters clashed with police in London's financial district on Wednesday, creating ugly scenes on the eve of the G20 economic summit here. Climate campaigners, meanwhile, set up their own peaceful protest camp in the British capital.

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Bordeaux wines bet on futures

Wine aficionados French and foreign are gathered in the claret country of Bordeaux this week to taste what are called "futures" -- high-quality wines that are sold well before being aged and bottled.

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Sponsor-seeking athlete makes nude run through Paris

World polevault vice-champion Romain Mesnil has staged an unabashed stunt to raise his profile and attract sponsorship by posting a video of himself running nude -- but with his pole -- through Paris on YouTube.

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World leaders seek to turn the global tide

The Group of 20 most industrialised and developing nations meets in London on Thursday to try to pull the world economy out of its worst downturn in decades and re-write the financial rulebooks. But as the heads of state prepare for talks, thousands of protesters have clashed with police, unleashing their wrath at the handling of the crisis.

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Netanyahu takes helm of hawkish new Israeli government

The once and current prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, takes the helms of a hawkish right-wing government that has prompted international concern over the future of the Middle East peace process.

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Oil price 'fair' in crisis context- Carnegie expert

Ahead of the G20 summit, AFPTV speaks with the Carnegie Center's Ibrahim Saif, an economist specialising in the Middle East political economy, on what effect the drop in barrel prices could have on oil-importing and exporting nations.

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2 Slain at NY Apartment of NFL Player

New York police are investigating two execution-style slayings at a Long Island condo owned by Jonathan Vilma, a New Orleans linebacker who formerly played for the New York Jets. (March 31)

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World's cheapest car hits showrooms in India

The world’s cheapest car, the Nano by Tata Motors, has hit showrooms across India. Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the $2,000 vehicle from April 6, 2009.

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Pakistan militants in spotlight

Pakistan's president has urged international donors meeting on Thursday to fund a Marshall Plan for his country to help fight poverty and militancy. The United States and its allies have made it the focus of a campaign to contain violence in Afghanistan, seeking to rein in extremism in the nuclear-armed state.

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Japan's Business Confidence hits record low

Japan's most closely watched measure of business confidence has fallen to an all-time low, the central bank said in its Tankan survey, as the nation slides deeper into recession.

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Thousands protest in London ahead of G20 summit

Several thousand people have gathered outside the Bank of England in central London for demonstrations staged a day ahead of the G20 summit.

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Family Says Chimp Attack Victim Talking, Moving

Brothers of a Connecticut woman nearly killed by a chimpanzee say she is speaking, asking for her daughter and even responding to fairly complicated commands. (March 31)

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Ballet -- the new weapon in South Africa's soccer armoury

Ballet classes are the latest tactic by one sports and arts academy to try to improve soccer skills in South Africa. A particularly surreal strategy for one future pro-footballer who's made the leap from poor township to pirouettes.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Wednesday, April 1: Obama overseas for G-20 meeting; HHS nominee says she's corrected tax errors; USC student killed in hit and run; Family says chimp attack victim is talking, moving.

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Robber Holds-up Store With Child in Tow

Surveillance photos show a man holding up a convenience store at gun point while a young child stands by his side. (April 1)

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Raw Video- Obama, Brown Meet for Breakfast

President Obama started his day at the G20 Summit by meeting with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown at 10 Downing Street. The President and Prime Minister Brown will host a news conference later today.

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Honda Cuts Workers' Pay, Offers Buyouts

Honda is offering voluntary buyouts, cutting workers' pay and imposing non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output. (April 1)

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No Clues Found in Holloway Search

An Aruban official says a private investigator will continue scouring a pond for signs of missing U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, even though he has not found any clues into her 2005 disappearance. (April 1)

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Memorial for USC Student Killed in Hit and Run

A makeshift memorial has been set up for one University of Southern California freshman, killed by a hit-and-run driver. Another student was seriously injured and the search continues for the driver. (March 31)

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Mom- Suspect's Wife Survived Shooting by Hiding

The woman who may have been the target of a deadly nursing home rampage in North Carolina survived by hiding in a bathroom, her mother said Tuesday. (March 31)

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Judges Deal Coleman Crippling Blow in Minn. Race

A special court has ordered further review of 400 absentee ballots in the Minn. Senate race, dealing a big blow to Republican Norm Coleman's effort to overtake Al Franken. (March 31)

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First Person- Violence Killing El Paso Business

Juarez, Mexico was once a popular day trip destination for El Paso Charter Buses, but in recent months, the company has decided to stay on the U.S. side of the border because of the violence. (March 31)

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Sebelius Says She's Corrected Tax Problems

Health and Human Services nominee Kathleen Sebelius recently corrected three years of tax returns and paid more than $7,000 in back taxes after finding 'unintentional errors' -- the latest tax troubles for an Obama administration nominee. (March 31)

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Low-Income Americans Will Be Hardest Hit by Smoking Tax

The financial strain of the new increase in federal cigarette taxes will affect lower income Americans the most as they are much more likely to report they smoke than their higher income counterparts

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