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Friday, April 3, 2009

Live From Strasbourg On Obama

CBS News' White House Correspondent Peter Maer talks to Bob Schieffer about President Obama's foreign town hall and reaction to the G20 from Strasbourg, France.

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Can The Heart Heal Itself?

One-third of all deaths in the U.S. are caused by heart disease. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, proper diet and exercise can prevent heart disease, but doctors wonder if the heart can heal itself.

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More Food Stamps For W.V.

West Virginia residents who use the food stamps, or "Nutrition Assistance," program may soon receive more funds as a result of the latest stimulus package. Nancy Cordes reports from Martinsburg, W.V.

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Deadly Shooting Spree In N.Y.

A gunman unleashed fire at the American Civic Association in Binghamton, N.Y., killing at least 13 people. The body of the gunman was later found dead from a self-inflicted wound. Jeff Glor reports.

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Who Was The Gunman?

41-year-old Jiverly Wong was the gunman behind the killing spree in Binghamton, N.Y. As Bob Orr reports, Wong's motive is still unknown.

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Obama- European Troops Needed

During his first trip to Europe since taking office, President Obama has called upon America's European allies to help in the fight against al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan. Chip Reid reports.

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Bleak U.S. Job Outlook

Both the unemployment and "underemployment" rates have continued to rise throughout the U.S. As Anthony Mason reports, millions of Americans find themselves without a reliable source of income.

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Notebook- Mexican Drug War

Katie Couric discusses America's responsibility in the ensuing Mexican Drug War, as more than 6,000 lives have been lost as a result of this conflict. Couric says that the U.S. should be outraged.

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POLITICO Playbook 3/3/09

POLITICO Playbook 3/3/09

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Guide To Fantasy Baseball

Opening day for Major League Baseball is just around the corner, but players will be taking the mound on digital diamonds as well. CNET's Natali Del Conte reports.

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Deadly Shooting In N.Y.

The gunman is believed dead after killing as many as 12 others at an immigration center in Binghamton, N.Y. CBS News correspondent Bob Orr reports.

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Week in Playback 4/3/09

Week in Playback 4/3/09

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This Week in VIDEO

This Week in VIDEO

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Deadly Shooting, Hostages In N.Y.

Thirteen people are reported dead in a hostage situation at an immigration center in Binghamton, New York. Karen Brown reports.

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Washington Unplugged 04.03.09

On today's show, Arianna Huffington on Michelle Obama, Muslim-American relations as the president heads to Turkey, and Obama-inspired body art.

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Knitting For Your Health

An easy way to relieve stress may be at your fingertips. As Priya David reports, studies have found knitting to be relaxing and restorative.

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Biden on NY shootings- "senseless violence"

Biden on NY shootings: "senseless violence"

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Seth Rogen's Method 'Monster'

Comedic actor Seth Rogen goes full voice in the animated film "Monsters vs. Aliens." He talked to Harry Smith about his upcoming films.

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Spring Cleaning Made Fun

Author Mrs. Meyers demonstrates simple tips to Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith for keeping the whole house clean.

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Obama offers tough love to Europe

Obama Statment in Strasbourg - Highlights

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Pundits on Obama's foreign relations

Morning Show Roundup 4/3/09

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POLITICO talks to Alex Trebek

POLITICO talks to Alex Trebek

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Norm Coleman keeps the faith

Norm Coleman keeps the faith

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Levi Johnston on TYRA

Levi Johnston on TYRA

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Sanford rejecting stimulus

Sanford rejecting stimulus

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Obama on the future of NATO

Obama on the future of NATO

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Obama & Bruni Compared

Though French first lady Carla Bruni avoided the London scene, style watchers made the inevitable comparisons between her and Michelle Obama, reports Mark Phillips. Also, Tina Brown talks to Harry Smith

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Calif. Girl, 8, Missing

Calif. neighbors and family are questioned in the disappearance of an 8-year-old as the search for Sandra Cantu continues. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Fiber Gets A Makeover

Most Americans aren't getting enough fiber which has been shown to help weight loss. Maggie Rodriguez talks to nutritionist Tanya Zuckerbrot.

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'Bruno ' To Satirize, Offend

A sneak peek at "Borat" creator Sasha Baron Cohen's new film, "Bruno," sure to be outrageous, offensive and hilarious to some.

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Obama As Body Art

Images of the 44th president are becoming a permanent fixture on American skin. Tattoo artists in New York are seeing a patriotic trend from their customers.

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Finding The Right Doctor

The Early Show medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton offers tips to Maggie Rodriguez on how to choose a doctor wisely.

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Strasbourg Town Hall - Highlights

Strasbourg Town Hall - Highlights

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Stocks Climb; Jobs Left Behind

World markets reacted positively to the G20 summit and as U.S. stocks soared, so did unemployment, reports Jeff Glor. Harry Smith talks to Chrystia Freeland from the Financial Times about the G20 summit.

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Coffeehouse Conversation - Chris Van Hollen

Coffeehouse Conversation - Chris Van Hollen

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Madonna Adoption Rejected

A Malawi judge refused Madonna's adoption request because she does not live there, as critics say she abused her celebrity status to gain custody of a 3-year-old named Mercy. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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How To Buy Foreclosed Homes

Vera Gibbons, a consumer expert, explains to Maggie Rodriguez there's more than one way to invest in depressed homes.

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Sarkozy hosts Obama, joint press conference

Sarkozy hosts Obama, joint press conference

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Germans to Obama- 'Yes we can!'

Germans to Obama: 'Yes we can!'

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Romer- "We're doing everything we can"

Romer: "We're doing everything we can"

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Obama's tough love for Europe

Obama Statment in Strasbourg - Highlights

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POLITICO Playback 4/3/09

POLITICO Playback 4/3/09

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Breaking Old Habits

Infants have bottles, toddlers have pacifiers and children have nap time. But what happens when it's time to break those habits? Sr. Lifestyles Editor of American Baby Magazine, Jessica Hartshorn, takes a look.

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A Look At The G-20 Summit

In this Comment from London, Peter Allen takes a look at the G-20 Summit and why he thinks the proceedings are nonsense.

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Blagojevich Indicted For Corruption

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has been indicted on corruption charges. CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen takes a look at the legal proceedings and what's in store for the former governor.

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The Wildcard, 04.02.09

Only On The Web: A car explosion caught on tape, fancy dog jewelry , and the benefits of spanking in bed.

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Thousands of Federal Jobs Up for Grabs

The federal government could add up to a quarter million jobs this year. AP Business Editor Mark Hamrick reports that prospective applicants are trying to figure out how to navigate the federal hiring landscape. (April 3)

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Woman Publicly Flogged in Pakistan

Pakistani authorities have ordered an investigation into a video showing the public flogging of a woman. Warning some viewers may find this video disturbing. (April 3))

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Police- 14 Killed in Immigrant Center Shooting

The police chief of the upstate New York city of Binghamton, says 14 people, including the suspected gunman, were killed in a shooting at an immigrant services center. (April 3)

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Laid Off Workers Learning New Job Skills

Blackhawk Technical College in Wisconsin is training laid-off manufacturing workers in new careers. AP's Mark Carlson reports. (April 3)

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Raw Video- Woman Rescued From Lake

A dashboard camera captured officers rescuing a woman after her vehicle ended up in a small lake in Lubbock, Texas. Police had to break a window to remove the 46-year-old driver who has since been treated at a nearby hospital. (April 3)

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Raw Video- S.C. Deputy Shot, Wounded

Dashcam video from the Colleton County, S.C. Sheriff's Department shows a deputy being shot and wounded last year. Marvin Lee Williams pleaded guilty to firing the gun. (April 3)

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First Person- Neighbor Describes N.Y. Shooting

72-year-old Pennie Kerber lives across the street from the American Civic Center in Binghamton, New York where a multiple shooting took place Friday. By phone, she describes what she saw. (April 13)

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First Person- Witness Describes N.Y. Shooting

A man who works across from the Binghamton, New York building where a shooting took place this morning describes what he's scene in a phone call to the AP. (April 3)

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Paterson- Shooting 'Horrible Situation'

New York Governor David Paterson says as many as 13 people are dead after a gunman opened fire at a Binghamton immigrations services center. Paterson said 'there is absolutely no reason or excuse for this kind of shooting.' (April 3)

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Mom Charged With Stabbing Toddler With Scissors

A Massachusetts woman who believes she was being stalked by a cult has been charged with stabbing her 2-year-old daughter 100 times with scissors, her lawyer and police have said. (April 3)

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Gay Marriage Legalized in Iowa

Gay rights activists are celebrating after Iowa's Supreme Court struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. (April 3)

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Man Coughs Up Nail After MRI

A Colorado man felt pain in his face after an MRI, and soon coughed up a nail. Doctors say it may have been lodged there for 30 years. The man has no idea how the nail got into his nasal cavity. (April 3)

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One Year Later- Inside the Polygamist Ranch Raid

It has been a year since the outside world got its first glimpse into the YFZ Ranch. After the raid, all 439 children were taken from the ranch. Now, all but one of the children have been returned to their families. (April 3)

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Laid Off Workers Learning New Job Skills

Blackhawk Technical College in Wisconsin is training laid-off manufacturing workers in new careers. AP's Mark Carlson reports. (April 3)

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Obama Hails NATO Alliance in France

In Strasbourg, France, President Barack Obama hailed NATO as the most successful alliance in modern history and a central pillar is strong European defense. (April 3)

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Raw Video- Obamas Greeted by President Sarkozy

President Barack Obama is now in France, meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy. (April 3)

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Raw Video- Obama in France for NATO Mtg.

President Barack Obama is now in France, the second leg of his European tour. The President is in France to take part in a NATO meeting, where he is expected to discuss his plan for Afghanistan. (April 3)

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Malawi Court Rejects Madonna Adoption Request

A judge has rejected Madonna's request to adopt a second child from Malawi because of a requirement that prospective parents live in the southern African nation for at least 18 months, another judge and a lawyer said Friday. (April 3)

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Both House and Senate Pass Budget Plan

Acting in quick succession, the House and Senate approved budgets Thursday night drawn to President Barack Obama's specifications and pointing the way toward major legislation later this year on health care, energy and education. (April 3)

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Money Minute- Exec. Pay, Bernanke, Oil

Mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plan to pay more than $210 million in bonuses through next year to give workers the incentive to stay in their jobs at the government-controlled companies. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (April 3)

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Unemployment Rate Highest Since 1983

AP Business Editor Mark Hamrick reports the nation's unemployment rate has risen to 8.5 percent, and job losses continue to be steep. (April 3)

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Your Money- Charitable Contributions

Charitable contributions such as volunteer work cannot be deducted, but there are some expenses associated with volunteering that can be written off. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (April 3)

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April 3- Stocks Log 4th Week of Gains

Not even grisly job losses could get in the stock market's way Friday. The Dow Jones industrial average clawed higher to end above 8,000 for the first time in nearly two months, and logged its fourth straight week of gains. (April 3)

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Peter Madoff Can Spend $10K a Month on Expenses

Bernard Madoff's brother Peter gets access to $10,000 a month for living expenses under an agreement approved Friday in a lawsuit accusing him of swindling a college student. (April 3)

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The Minimalist- Maya Citrus Salsa (Xec) With Red Snapper

Mark Bittman makes an easy citrus salsa with just a few ingredients.

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N.y./region- The Art of Kimono Dressing

How to get put on a Kimono, step by step ? a task almost impossible to complete alone.

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Obama Bemoans Loss of Privacy

During a town hall meeting in France, President Barack Obama bemoaned his loss of privacy. (April 3)

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Reporter's Notebook- Sleepless in Europe

AP videojournalist Jason Bronis and the rest of the White House press corps moved to France to cover President Obama's NATO visit. But getting to France on time meant a sleepless night for most.

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Obama- Europe, America Must Halt 'drift'

Cheered on a visit to France, President Barack Obama is warning America and Europe must halt a dangerous drifting apart. (April 3)

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Obama- Europe, U.S. Must Work Together

During a town hall meeting in France, Obama urged Americans and Europeans to put aside differences to forge a true partnership. (April 3)

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Iraqi lake peaceful again as local militia oust Al Qaeda

The tranquil scene at Lake Tharthar, Iraq's largest stretch of water, belies its recent violent history as an Al-Qaeda stronghold until just six months ago.

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Luxury tourism is on the rise in Argentina

The Mendoza region of Argentina is famous for its wines. In order to take maximum advantage of their wine country's growing fame, Argentineans are developing a blossoming tourist industry around viticulture.

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NATO summit dinner gets under way

The 28 heads of state or government and the secretary general of NATO, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, met on Friday evening for a working dinner in the German town of Baden-Baden.

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In U.S, No Nostalgia for Bush, Cheney

Americans are now no more favorable toward former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney than when they were in office.

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Obama tells Europeans he's seeking world without nuclear weapons

Barack Obama told Europeans that he's seeking a world without nuclear weapons. He spoke in Strasbourg just ahead of a 60th anniversary NATO summit.

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Violent protests ahead of NATO summit

French police have made hundreds of arrests ahead of a NATO summit being held jointly with Germany this weekend. Anti-NATO action began early, with protests Thursday and violent skirmishes overnight. Police said 105 people were still in custody on Friday morning after the clashes, which saw riot police fire tear gas to stop as many as 2,000 demonstrators marching on the heart of the summit city. Images.

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'Orientalism' appeals to Orient, in new exhibition

In the Gulf emirate of Sharjah, locals are dabbling in the Orientalism of olden days. An exhibition organised in association with Tate Britain in London revisits a style that has often sparked controversy in the West but -- rather surprisingly -- stirs nostalgia in the Middle East.

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Caring for Madagascar's orphans

Madagascar is one of the world's poorest countries, and countless children scramble to survive in its streets. A new charity has taken a few of them in, determined to feed, school and house them until they can make it on their own.

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Moldovans abandon Europe's poorest country

Sunday sees elections in Moldova, the poorest country in Europe. The former Soviet republic is now looking towards Europe. Report from a village emptied of residents who are attracted by the prospects of finding work further west.

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Cheers as Obamas arrive for NATO summit

US President Barack Obama was greeted with an outpouring of cheers as he arrived in the French city of Strasbourg for talks with his President Nicolas Sarkozy. Images of arrival of Obama accompanied by First Lady Michelle Obama, and Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.

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South Koreans protests against expected missile launch

Demonstrators in Seoul protest against the expected missiled launch in North Korea, with protesters setting fire to a mock Taepodong-2 missile and North Korean flag.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Friday, April 3rd: Federal grand jury indicts Blagojevich; Obama touts G20 summit as "turning point"; Michael Vick appears in bankruptcy court; Severe storms pound Southeast.

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Little to lose, much to gain for N. Korea with launch

North Korea plans to launch a rocket carrying a satellite sometime between April 4-8, ignoring stern warnings. Analysts in Seoul say the reclusive state has much to gain.

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Raw Video- Obamas Leaves London, France Next

President Barack Obama has left London and is now on his way to France, where he will attend a NATO summit. (April 3)

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U.S. Mexican Officials Vow to Fight Drug Cartels

U.S. And Mexican officials said they will soon name a group to develop a plan to stop the flow of weapons across the border. Mexico has been rocked by drug cartel violence in the past couple years. (April 3)

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Vick's Financial Plan- Return to the NFL

Michael Vick's agent says he hopes the former quarterback will be back in the NFL by September, but if not, his lawyer told a bankruptcy court Vick has lined up a construction job when he gets out of prison. (April 2)

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Severe Weather Pounds the Southeast

Another wave of storms hit the Southeast on Thursday, spawning possible tornadoes, causing a passenger train to hit a fallen tree and sending at least one person to the hospital after lightning struck a home. (April 2)

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Senate Follows House, Passes $3 Trillion Budget

The Democatic-controlled Senate has passed a budget drafted to President Barack Obama's specifications, voting a few hours after the House approved a similar plan. The Senate vote was 55-43, along party lines. (April 02)

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Blagojevich Indicted on Federal Charges

A federal grand jury has handed down the 19-count indictment against ousted Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich and five others. The indictment accuses Blagojevich of corruption involving billions of dollars in state pension bonds. (April 2)

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Daughter Found After Store Robbery With Her Dad

Police are looking for the man accused of robbing a Washington state convenience store with his 9-year-old daughter. They say he left his daughter at a friend's home and then eluded officers who gave chase. (April 2)

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Raw Video- House Approves $3.6 Trillion Budget

The Democratic-controlled House approved a budget blueprint drawn to President Barack Obama's specifications Thursday and the Senate hastened to follow suit. The vote in the House was 233-196 for the $3.6 trillion plan. (April 2)

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First Person- Going to College Despite Adversity

In a down economy, college scholarships are becoming more difficult to obtain. Two Horatio Alger scholarship recipients share their story about overcoming adversity in pursuit of a brighter future. (April 2)

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Crews Search Trash As Search for Girl Continues

Volunteers and police are going through the trash at a Calif. waste facility as the search for an eight-year-old girl continues. Investigators say they have received hundreds of tips. (April 2)

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Tall Man's Legs May Have Been Cut to Fit Coffin

South Carolina authorities have exhumed the body of a man long rumored to have had his legs cut to fit into a coffin, and a coroner said what officials discovered has brought a criminal investigation. (April 2)

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North Korea increasingly confident in its missile capability

A defence analyst says North Korea scheduled launch of a satellite between April 4-8 is a sign of the nation's increasing confidence in its intercontinental missile capability.

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Reporter's Notebook- Behind the Scenes at G20

In this Reporter's Notebook, AP videojournalist Jason Bronis follows President Obama to the G20 summit in London, but ends up in the midst of a world gathering of a different kind. (April 2)

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