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Thursday, April 2, 2009

G20 Summit Analysis

Katie Couric speaks with noted British economist Vincent Cable, who offers his assessment of the G20 summit of world leaders who convened to address the massive economic crisis.

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The Long And Winding Road

As world leaders return home with an agreement on a plan for handling the current global recession, many wonder what will happen next. Katie Couric reports.

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Tackling A Universal Problem

The G20 Summit has brought people together from all corners of the globe. As Katie Couric reports, through all their differences they came together to tackle a universal problem.

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Pricy ER Bills In Texas

At University Medical Center in Austin, Texas 9 patients visited the ER over 2,600 times in 6 years. As Don Teague reports, it's costing taxpayers $3,000,000 and many are looking for answers.

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N. Korea Missile Launch Fears

President Obama and officials from South Korea have issued a stern warning against North Korea, as officials there plan for immediate missile launch tests. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Leaving London Satisfied

Although most G20 leaders, including President Obama, didn't get everything they wanted, they got what they all wanted most: progress towards ending the global recession. Chip Reid reports.

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China"s Rise To Prominence With the United States owing the nation more than $1 trillion, China has emerged as a growing worldwide superpower with increasing political importance. Barry Petersen reports from Beijing. 70 CBS

President and Mrs. Obama are trying to thaw some previously icy relationships in Europe. Michelle Miller comments on the president's first European visit since taking office.

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Notebook- Obamas In Europe

President and Mrs. Obama are trying to thaw some previously icy relationships in Europe. Michelle Miller comments on the president's first European visit since taking office.

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Michelle Obama Chokes Up

The First Lady seemed to get emotional while addressing an all girls school in London, England Thursday.

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Video Trail Mix- Making the G20 More Palatable

If the G20 summit were a tasty stew, what would it look like? CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford finds out. Keep your Pepto-Bismol handy.

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Obama Sends His Condolences

In a candid moment before answering a question about global sentiment toward the U.S. during the G20 Summit, President Obama offered his condolences to CBS News' Chip Reid, whose father passed away shortly after he arrived in London for the summit.

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Inside The ER

Dr. Jon LaPook and Richard Schlesinger tour a New York City emergency room for a closer look at what to expect in case of an emergency.

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Fixing The World Economy

At the conclusion of the G20 summit London, President Obama outlined what world economic powers plan to do to heal the ailing world economy.

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2009 Senate Celebration Dinner Video

Video from the 2009 Senate Celebration Dinner

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Loaded- Around The World In Twitter Days

Wolverine gets pirated, BlackBerry users can watch TV on the go, and globe-trotting with Twitter.

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Tax Refund Tips

Financial contributor Ray Martin spoke with Harry Smith about the tax refunds that those eligible will see in their paychecks.

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Highlights from Obama presser

Highlights of the Q&A sessions at the G-20

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Obama- "Chip, my heart goes out to you"

Obama: "Chip, my heart goes out to you"

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Obama- G20 summit "a turning point"

Obama: G20 summit "a turning point"

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Raising Divas?

Some experts believe that spoiling children with an adult beauty regimen will turn them into "divas." Julie Chen reports.

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Origins Cosmetics Recycling

The "Return To Origins" plan accepts cosmetics from any company for recycling. Dave Price talks to Origins' Jane Lauder and Allure magazine's Linda Wells about how to get more information.

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Actress On Autism Awareness

Dr. Jerry Kartzinel and actress Jenny McCarthy discuss autism and their book "Healing and Preventing Autism" with Harry Smith.

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Healthy Homemade Pizza

Bon Appetit's Dede Wilson showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith how to make a healthy pizza with in-season ingredients.

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Your Best Look

Trend Expert Jenn Falik showed Maggie Rodriguez great tips to hide flaws and accentuate your best features.

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Obama Economic Agenda At G20

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs explains to Maggie Rodriguez three priorities for the U.S. President Obama brings to the G20 summit in London.

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Guiding Light Goes Dark

After 72 years on the air, CBS soap opera Guiding Light is coming to an end. Dave Price took a look back at TV's pioneering soap.

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Congress Debates Autism Bill

Health coverage for Autistic conditions and testing such as applied behavior analysis may become law nationwide, reports Dr. Jennifer Ashton.

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Obama at G-20 Summit

Obama at G-20 Summit

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Gibbs on Royal iPod

Gibbs on Royal iPod

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'Super Kid's' Rare Condition

Dr. Jennifer Ashton talks to Harry Smith about a rare genetic defect known as Myotonic Hypertrophy - which results in extreme muscularity in children.

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Brown touts massive global stimulus

Brown touts massive global stimulus

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Morning Show Roundup 4/2/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/2/09

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UPDATE- Congress Hoops It Up

UPDATE: Congress Hoops It Up

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Obama On The World Stage

Columbia University's James Rubin spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how well President Obama is handling international relations at the G20 summit.

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Mighty Michelle Wows Europe

While President Obama is busy mending international relations, Michelle Obama is leaving a lasting impression on Queen Elizabeth II and the European media. Bill Plante reports.

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Laid-Off Without Warning

Companies are closing and laying off employees without notice. This could have a negative effect on the health of households relying on insurance. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Obama Gets To Work

President Obama got right to work on the first day of the G20 summit in London, England. He discussed a nuclear truce with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Chip Reid reports.

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The National Clean Energy Project

http://nationalcleanenergyproject.org/ The Center for American Progress Action Fund and John Podesta hosted a forum entitled �National Clean Energy Project: Building the New Economy" on Monday, February 23, 2009 in Washington, DC. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was the Honorary Chair. The half-day event will brought together a select group of high-level government, business, labor and advocacy group leaders with a focus on developing a plan and key guiding principles to lead the transformation of U.S. energy policy and to reduce the nation's dependence on foreign oil. Attendees included President William Jefferson Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Energy Secretary Steven Chu, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Representative Ed Markey (D-MA), energy executive T. Boone Pickens, and leaders from government, business, labor, and the non-profit communities. The National Clean Energy Project builds on the August 2008 �National Clean Energy Summit� sponsored by Senator Reid, CAPAF, the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The participants in the summit concluded that inadequate access to transmission was one of the most significant barriers to widespread development of renewable energy. This forum focused on modernizing and expanding the electricity grid, integrating energy efficiency and distributed generation into operation and regulation, rapidly increasing transmission capacity for renewable energy, and reducing our nation's dependence on foreign oil by examining short- and long-term solutions to replace foreign oil with domestic resources to fuel vehicles and trucks, including natural gas. 7266

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Decisions And Diplomacy

The Obamas are wined and dined while attendees at the G20 summit hope to fix the global economy, reports Chip Reid. Katie Couric provides insight from London.

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President Obama On S. Korea

Only On The Web: At the G20 summit in London, President Obama greeted President Lee Myung-bak of South Korea, praising his leadership, and alluded to discussions of defense and world issues.

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Congress Hoops It Up

Congress Hoops It Up

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Chris Van Hollen weighs in on the NY-20 race

Chris Van Hollen weighs in on the NY-20 race

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Chris Van Hollen talks Purple Line in D.C.

Chris Van Hollen talks Purple Line in D.C.

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POLITICO Playback 4/2/09

POLITICO Playback 4/2/09

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POLITICO Playback 4/2/09

POLITICO Playback 4/2/09

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Women live in fear in rural South Africa

Police in rural South Africa are overstretched and under-resourced. Violence against women is particularly widespread, illustrated recently by a string of rapes, murders and cases of domestic violence.

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New Blood Pressure Treatment Uses Radio Waves

A new technique to reduce high blood pressure pioneered by Australian doctors could vastly improve treatment of the condition. (April 2)

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Business- A Struggle to Make Ends Meet

Three residents of Columbia, S.C. do there best to cope with the economic crisis.

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Sports- The Evolution of Citi Field

The Mets new stadium is modeled after Ebbets Field, the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Times's Jay Schreiber explores the Brooklyn connection to the team from Queens.

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Donte Stallworth Surrenders and Is Out on Bail

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth surrendered in court Thursday to face charges that he was driving drunk when he struck and killed a pedestrian after a night of drinking at a Miami Beach hotel. (April 2)

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Michelle Obama on Education, Hugs

First Lady Michelle Obama took her charm offensive to an all-girls school in London and urged them to think of education as cool. She delivered her message with a personal touch -- doling out hugs. (April 2)

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Driver Arrested After Runaway Truck Kills 2

A trucker whose big rig smashed into several cars and a Los Angeles-area bookstore and left a young girl and her father dead was arrested late Wednesday. (April 2)

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Experts Unveil New Da Vinci Portrait

Experts have unveiled a previously unknown portrait of Leonardo da Vinci showing the artist and inventor as a middle-aged man with piercing eyes and long, flowing hair. (April 2)

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Video Essay- Lion Cubs Take on World

Meet a pair of lion cubs in New Jersey, rejected by their mother but now getting cared for by humans. (April 2)

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Israeli 13-year-old Killed by Ax in West Bank

An ax-wielding Palestinian militant went on a rampage Thursday in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank, killing an Israeli 13-year-old and wounding a 7-year-old boy before fleeing the area. (April 2)

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16 Feared Dead in UK Helicopter Crash

Police said all 16 people aboard a helicopter that went down off Scotland's northeast coast were killed. Eight bodies have been recovered and coast guards are searching for the others. The helicopter was returning from an oil platform. (April 2)

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Raw Video- Ferrari Tangles With Train in Texas

A disoriented driver ends up parking his Ferrari on train tracks in Texas. As he talks to a 9-1-1 operator, a train comes and destroys the pricey ride. The driver owns a car business and is facing DWI charges. (April 2)

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Raw Video- 'Spiderman' Scales Tower During G-20

French daredevil Alain Robert scales Lloyds of London's high-rise headquarters during the G-20 summit, hanging a banner drawing attention to global warming. He was later led away by police after climbing down. (April 2)

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Armed Man at DWS Studio Had Ala. Police Stop

A man arrested in California for allegedly trying to break onto the set of ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars' to meet Shawn Johnson had been ticketed on Interstate 10 in Loxley, Alabama. (April 2)

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Raw Video- World Leaders at G-20 Summit

World leaders posed for pictures at the start of the G-20 Summit in London. The leaders are trying to work together to solve the world's economic problems. (April 2)

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Conn. Taxpayers Could Pay for Chimp Attack

A top legislative leader says Connecticut taxpayers will likely wind up paying a large sum to the woman mauled in February by a chimpanzee in Stamford. (April 2)

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Money Minute- Intel, GE, Economy

Intel and General Electric announced a joint investment of $250 million to develop personalized home health care devices. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (April 2)

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Your Money- New Rules for Roth IRAs

The IRS has changed the contribution limits for Roth IRAs. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains the changes and other aspects of the popular retirement accounts. (April 2)

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April 2- Wall Street Extends Four-week Rally

Wall Street has extended a four-week rally on more good news about the economy and the banking system. (April 2)

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Former AIG CEO Criticizes Successors

Former AIG chief executive Maurice Greenberg has blamed his successors for all of AIG's problems, saying they recklessly abandoned "comprehensive and conservative" risk management procedures that he and his executive team employed. (April 2)

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G-20 Leaders Pledge Global Rescue

Shrugging off disputes over stimulus and regulation, President Barack Obama and other G-20 leaders in London have pledged a sweeping effort to roll back the global recession. (April 2)

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British PM- G-20 Nations Reach Consensus

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the G-20 has reached a consensus on global action to solve the economic crisis. That includes the largest economic stimulus in history. (April 2)

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Obama- S. Korea Is a Great Ally

As the G20 Economic Summit gets underway in London, President Barack Obama took time to sit down with the leader of South Korea. Obama said South Korea remains a great ally and friend of the U.S. (April 2)

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Oil producers meet in Paris

As oil prices barely passed the 50-dollar mark on Thursday, oil producers meeting in Paris said prices would stay down until the global economy picks up again.

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G20 summit on protest alert after London riot

Police manned barriers and checkpoints around the ExCeL centre in east London where world leaders met to thrash out a response to the economic crisis as huge cleanup started after Wednesday's riot in the financial district.

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Moroccan tourism industry under threat

Morocco is trying to convince potential tourists to forget their money worries with a new campaign called "Moroccotherapy". The country’s tourism industry has been badly hit by the global economic crisis.

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Strasbourg gets security lockdown for NATO summit

The French city of Strasbourg and its neighbours in Germany, Kehl and Baden Baden, are bracing for turbulence as 25,000 police ready to face huge protests during a NATO summit opening Friday. US President Barack Obama will be joining 27 leaders for the gathering marking the alliance's 60th anniversary at venues on both sides of the Rhine river.

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Wifi for every favela resident

The local government in Rio is hoping to offer free WiFi access to the inhabitants of its shanty towns. Altogether, a total of 115 million dollars would go into the project to benefit some 300,000 people.

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G20 pledges 'new world order' with 5 trillion dollar plan

US President Barack Obama has hailed the Group of 20 summit as an even that would come to be seen as a "turning point" in the fight against the global economic crisis.

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Two days of protest shadow G20 summit

The London G20 summit will not just be remembered for its global financial recovery plan but also for protests and violence. While most public action was peaceful, the day before the meeting of world leaders was marked by running battles between rioters and police on the streets of London.

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Native Americans also hit by economic downturn

Hozhoni Days is among the first pow wows of the season, and it’s one of the largest student-run Pow Wows in the US with an average attendance of over 3,000 people. Pow wows are a Native American tradition from the plains of the Midwest, and are now greatly accepted by many tribes. But hard economic times have taken a bite out of the pow wow circuit.

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Calif. Politician's Son Accused of Murder

The son of former Calif. assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez has been accused of fatally stabbing a man in the heart. Prosecutors say Esteban Nunez and 3 of his friends went looking for a fight after they were turned away from a fraternity party. (April 1)

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Stallworth Charged in Fatal Car Crash

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth was charged Wednesday with killing a pedestrian last month while driving drunk after a night out at a swank South Beach nightspot. (April 1)

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Obama Aunt Can Stay in US for Now

President Barack Obama's aunt will remain in the United States until at least next year as she awaits a chance to make her case before an immigration judge in her bid for asylum from her native Kenya. (April 1)

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Reporter's Notebook- Protesters Clash in London

The AP's Jason Bronis is traveling along with President Barack Obama for the G20 summit. He has a behind the scenes look as protesters clash with police. (April 1)

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World's leaders meet on economic crisis

US President Barack Obama joined other world leaders Thursday for a crunch summit of the Group of 20 richest nations aimed at fixing the crisis-wracked global economy.

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World's leaders meet on economic crisis

US President Barack Obama joined other world leaders Thursday for a crunch summit of the Group of 20 richest nations aimed at fixing the crisis-wracked global economy.

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South Koreans protest North Korean missile launch

South Korea will "actively consider" joining a US-led initiative to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction if North Korea goes ahead with its rocket launch, the foreign ministry said Thursday. Thousands took to the streets of Seoul to protest the launch.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Thursday April 2nd: Obama takes global stage at G20 summit; Donte Stallworth facing stiff charges in deadly DUI case; Feds seize Madoff property in Florida; Survivor talks about bizarre spear injury.

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North Korea Now Fueling Long-range Rocket

North Korea has begun fueling a long-range rocket for an impending launch, a news report said Thursday, as President Barack Obama warned the liftoff would be a "provocative act" that would generate a U.N. Security Council response. (April 2)

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3 Accused of Shackling Teen Plead Not Guilty

A grand jury has indicted 4 people accused of torturing and shackling a teenage boy at a Tracy, Calif. home for more than a year. 3 have pleaded not guilty. The fourth defendant is expected to enter his plea later this month. (April 1)

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Residents Along the Red River Start Heading Home

Fargo was back in business Wednesday, as shops reopened and residents returned to work amid signs that the retreating Red River had spared the city. The AP's John Mone reports on the dark reminders that not everyone avoided damage. (April 1)

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Reporter's Notebook- Protesters Clash in London

The AP's Jason Bronis is traveling along with President Barack Obama for the G20 summit. He has a behind the scenes look as protesters clash with police. (April 1)

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G20 orders huge economic rescue programme- Brown

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Thursday that the world was engaging in a "deep process of reform" following the G20 summit in London on tackling the global financial crisis. Images and soundbites of Brown at post-summit press conference.

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