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Saturday, April 4, 2009

The Super-CEO

With many now facing tough financial times, a New Jersey executive decided to offer a generous bonus to his staff in order to help each worker through this recession. KYW's Cydney Long reports.

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Diner- Name Your Own Price

Chris Wragge sits "At The Kitchen Table" at a unique diner in Detroit, where Matt Rafferty has allowed patrons who dine at his Whistle Stop Caf to pay whatever they want whenever they eat there.

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Under The Radar, 04.04.09

Chris Wragge in Detroit, and Eric Hill in New York, highlight some unusual video in this week's "Under The Radar." High school students play basketball with donkeys, and the "Unemployment Olympics."

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Perfect Burgers On A Budget

This Saturday's "Chef On A Shoestring," Joey Campanaro, combines perfect ingredients for some tender and tasty burgers. Recipes for a three course meal for four people, all for under $35.

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Recession Hits Detroit Hard

At this year's Final Four basketball games, Chris Wragge speaks with this week's "Early Line" panel in Detroit, as this once-profitable city now faces massive setbacks as a result of the recession.

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Silver Linings In The Economy

Managing editor of "USA Today Live," Lauren Ashburn speaks with "The Early Show" Saturday Edition anchor Erica Hill about a few "Silver Linings" which can be still found within the economy.

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Rick Springfield Sings Lullaby

Popular artist Rick Springfield sings his recently released lullaby at the "Second Cup Cafe." Also, don't miss a performance of one of his most famous songs, "Jessie's Girl."

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Co-worker Grief Stricken Over Shooting

The president of the American Civic Association in Binghamton, New York, where a gunman opened fire Friday, says she is grief stricken over the shooting. (April 4)

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Police- Pittsburgh Suspect Had Bulletproof Vest

Pittsburgh police say the motive is not clear, but a gunman wearing a bulletproof vest shot and killed three officers responding to a domestic disturbance call this morning. (April 4)

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3 Pittsburgh Officers Dead in Shooting

A man opens fire on police officers in Pittsburgh, killing three of them. Friends say the man feared the Obama administration was poised to ban guns. (April 4)

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3 Pittsburgh Officers Dead, Gun Ban Fear Cause?

A man is suspected of killing 3 Pittsburgh police officers responding to a domestic disturbance call. Those close to the shooter say he had recently lost his job and feared the Obama administration was banning guns. (April 4)

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N.y./region- A Wall Street Lifer, a Dying Trade

Seventy-four years after taking a job at a brokerage firm, 95-year-old Bob Newburger takes stock of the increasingly dim prospects for his trade, and reflects on lessons learned from a lifetime on Wall Street.

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Opinion- Saving Lives with Family Planning

Columnist Nicholas D. Kristof visits the Haitian slum of Cit� Soleil and meets an impoverished woman about to have her tenth child. Haiti represents lost momentum for family planning efforts worldwide

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Polygamist Group Gathers to Remember Raid

Members of a polygamist sect that had long shunned outside attention held a public gathering Friday to mark the one-year anniversary of a raid that resulted in one of the largest child custody cases in U.S. History. (April 3)

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Accused Nazi Guard Avoids Deportation for Now

According to a statement by from his family, John Demjanjuk, accused of being Nazi death camp guard has been granted a stay of deportation. (April 3)

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First Person- NY Shooting Survivor's Reunion

A survivor of the shooting in Binghamton, NY reunites with his family, describing how he hid in the basement with others taking classes at the civic association center. (April 4)

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Police Chief Says Gunman Wore Body Armor

The gunman who opened fire at an immigrant community center and then committed suicide was prepared to battle with law enforcers, said Binghamton Police Chief Joseph Zikuski. (April 4)

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Suicide Bomber Targets Pakistani Police

A suicide bomber blew himself up inside a base housing paramilitary troops in the heart of the Pakistani capital on Saturday. (April 4))

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Wind May Delay NKorea Rocket Launch

High winds may have forced North Korea to delay its rocket launch, despite the country's insistence Saturday that preparations were complete for the liftoff. (April 4))

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Obama Touts Global Alliances

In his weekly address Saturday, President Barack Obama said problems menacing the United States' security and economy also threaten an increasingly interconnected world. (April 4)

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Police, Protesters Clash at NATO Summit

Police are clashing with demonstrators in Strasbourg where the NATO summit is under way. Several hundred protesters in eastern Strasbourg are hurling Molotov cocktails, rocks and bottles as they try to push their way into the city's center. (April 4)

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Officials- NY Gunman Angry Over Poor English

Officials in Binghamton, NY say a man who killed 13 people at an immigrant community center was angry about his poor English skills and upset after losing his job. (April 4)

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Demjanjuk's Son Declares Father's Innocence

Accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk's son says an immigration judge has issued the stay of a deportation that had been expected during the weekend. He spoke with The Associated Press about the ordeal. (April 4)

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Reacting to a Massacre

The son of a presumed victim from Friday's massacre in Binghamton, New York waits for any word on his mother. (April 4)

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After NY Shooting, Struggle to ID Victims

Investigators in Binghamton, NY are working to identify 13 victims of Friday's shooting inside an immigrant community center, as the AP's Bonny Ghosh reports. The gunman killed himself. Why the shooting happened is not clear. (April 4)

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Gunman Kills 13 at N.Y. Civic Center

Authorities in Binghamton, N.Y. believe a Vietnamese immigrant is suspected of being the gunman who shot 13 people to death before apparently killing himself. (April 3)

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Prayers, Candlelight After Binghamton Tragedy

Members of the Binghamton community united in prayer and candlelight to remember the victims of Friday's shootings at a civic center in upstate New York. (April 3)

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Trucker Charged With Deadly LA Runaway Crash

Authorities have filed two counts of vehicular manslaughter against the driver of a big-rig that killed two people when it rolled out-of-control on a mountain highway, and crashed into a bookstore. (April 3)

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Judge Nixes Vick's Bankruptcy Plan

A federal judge rejected Michael Vick's plan to emerge from bankruptcy on Friday, telling him to rethink how he'll pay back his creditors. Vick filed for bankruptcy last July. (April 3)

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Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni bring star power to NATO summit

US First Lady Michelle Obama joined France's Carla Bruni-Sarkozy for a paparazzi-pulling visit to Strasbourg Cathedral on Saturday. .

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Pakistan orders investigation in flogging video

Pakistan ordered an investigation into a video of a woman being flogged in the former resort of Swat, where the government signed an agreement with a pro-Taliban cleric to allow sharia law. Images and soundbites.

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NATO tackles Afghan tactics

NATO leaders sought new ways to tackle the Taliban in Afghanistan at the alliance's 60th anniversary summit on Saturday. Images and soundbites of the summit.

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Berlusconi, on mobile, misses NATO group photo

Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi made yet another faux pas on Saturday, talking on his mobile instead of posing for a group photo with NATO's other 27 leaders on a bridge spanning the Rhine. Images.

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A rare glimpse of life in N.Korea from the Chinese border

The Yalu River at the border between China and North Korea offers a rare glimpse of life inside the reclusive state. The contrast between the two communist nations is striking.

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Protesters in Seoul burn model of North Korean rocket

Over 100 South Korean protesters burned a replica of a North Korean rocket and clashed with police as tension rose ahead of North Korea's scheduled satellite launch.

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Obama Praises NATO Allies on Afghanistan

Following a NATO conference, President Barack Obama praised allies for their support of America's new strategy in Afghanistan. (April 4)

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Obama Praises NATO for Afghanistan Support

President Barack Obama is praising NATO leaders for their support of his new strategy in Afghanistan, but says more resources will be needed. (April 4)

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