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Sunday, April 5, 2009

The Clinic Is Closed

The current economic recession is affecting our nation's most vulnerable. Scott Pelley reports on a county hospital in Nev. that is closing an outpatient cancer clinic due to budget cuts.

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What's Killing The Bats?

Bats play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of nature and they're dying in record numbers in several U.S. states. As Daniel Sieberg reports, it's a mystery that has biologists baffled.

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A Hero In Binghamton

As a gunman went on a rampage in Binghamton N.Y. last week, a brave teacher put herself in the line of fire to save her students from certain death. Jeff Glor reports.

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U.S. Policy Change For Iran

In President Obama's latest speech he didn't call for Iran to stop enriching uranium, which was once a source of concern for the U.S. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, that's a change in U.S. policy.

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North Korea's Defiance

As world leaders condemn North Korea's launch of a rocket and the U.N. called an emergency session, the U.S. is concerned the rocket could be used to haul a nuclear weapon. David Martin reports.

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U.S. Reacts To North Korea

As news of North Korea's launch of a rocket reached President Obama, who is in Turkey, he issues a strong message to leaders to cease their nuclear weapons program. Chip Reid reports

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German Car Sales Surge

As the auto industry in the U.S. runs of out of gas, Germany's car business is booming. As Richard Roth reports, they're turning older cars into scrap, thus offsetting the deep global recession.

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Straying From Ivy League

The recession is forcing families to forgo the dream of sending their children to elite schools. As Russ Mitchell reports, applications to some top liberal arts colleges have plunged.

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String Of Shootings

This past month may go down as the deadliest ever in gun violence with 7 shootings and 53 deaths. As Randall Pinkston reports, many wonder what law enforcement can do to prevent mass shootings.

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Virginia Governors Race Kicks Off With Business Forum

The four candidates for the Virginia governor's race met at the Microsoft offices in Reston, Va., where they answered questions about business and technology.

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Coach Inspires, Wins

What Coach Bob Hurley has accomplished at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, N.J. is nothing short of a miracle. Armen Keteyian reports.

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America's Class Warfare

Jeff Greenfield explored the roots and the history of anger in America. And how the class warfare argument has played out, and is playing out, in the face of our current economic crisis.

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Breaking Records

Most of us aren?t going to climb Mount Everest, or win the Super Bowl but Corey Henderson and Dan Rollman believe we can all be world record holders using our own unique abilities. Bill Geist reports.

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America's Mass Shooting Trend

The shooting massacre in Binghampton, N.Y. left 13 people dead. This is the fourth mass shooting in as many weeks. Jeff Glor reports.

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The Divinity Of Dogs

Ben Stein has some thoughts on how to get through the recession. His advice? Get a dog.

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Face The Nation, 4.5.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner about economic recovery; CBS's Lara Logan and The Washington Post's Perry Bacon discussed world relations and Bob Schieffer's royal amusement.

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Geithner Talks Recovery

Bob Schieffer spoke with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about economic recovery and a possible auto industry bailout.

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Royal Amusement

Bob Schieffer comments on Michelle Obama's controversial physical contact with Queen Elizabeth II and the strict rules surrounding the royals.

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Status Of World Relations

Bob Schieffer spoke with The Washington Post's Perry Bacon and Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan about North Korea's missile launch and President Obama's reception at the G20 summit.

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Gingrich converts to Catholicism

Gingrich converts to Catholicism

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Sunday Show Highlights 4/5/09

N. Korean Missle Launch, GM Bankruptcy dominate Sunday shows

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Geithner on executive compensation laws

Geithner on executive compensation laws

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Geithner willing to oust bank execs

Geithner willing to oust bank execs

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Henderson- "My salary is $1.3 Million"

Henderson: "My salary is $1.3 Million"

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Obama isn't running GM

Obama isn't running GM

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New GM CEO open to bankruptcy

New GM CEO open to bankruptcy

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Geithner open to GM bankruptcy

Geithner open to GM bankruptcy

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Geithner- Progress will be uneven

Geithner: Progress will be uneven

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Axelrod responds to Cheney

Axelrod responds to Cheney

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Gingrich on Nuclear Weapons

Gingrich on Nuclear Weapons

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Obama on Nuclear Disarmament

Obama on Nuclear Disarmament

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Axelrod- Obama will create nuke-free world

Axelrod: Obama will create nuke-free world

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Susan Rice on U.N. Response to N. Korea

Susan Rice on U.N. Response to N. Korea

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As Gunman's Life Fell Apart, He Took Others'

It's not clear why a Vietnamese immigrant named Jiverly Wong strapped on a bulletproof vest, barged in on a citizenship class and killed 13 people and himself, but Binghamton's police chief says: 'He must have been a coward.' (April 4)

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Vows- Elizabeth and Michael

Elizabeth Moran and Michael Bonfiglio talk about becoming fast friends in 2001 while working for a film production company in New York.

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North Korea Launches Rocket

The U.N. Security Council has approved an emergency session Sunday to deal with North Korea's rocket launch. (April 5)

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Rocket launch could provoke regional arms race

North Korea said its rocket launch was a success while the US military disputed the reclusive nation's claims it had launched a sattelite into space, saying "the payload itself landed in the Pacific Ocean." Either way experts warn the test will provoke a regional arms race.

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Japan doesn't let rocket ruin cherry blossom festival

Spring has come to Japan, and with it, the traditional celebration of cherry blossoms -- but residents of Tokyo would not let the North Korean rocket ruin the festival.

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North Korea must be punished- Obama

US President Barack Obama said on Sunday that North Korea must be punished for its rocket launch and called for a strong international response at an emergency UN Security Council meeting.

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World condemns North Korea's rocket launch

North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday, sparking global condemnation. US President Barack Obama and his allies have called for a "strong response" from the international community.

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Obama Outlines Goal of Nuclear-free World

During a stop in Prague, President Barack Obama outlined his sweeping goal of a nuclear-free world. The president's speech comes the same day North Korea launched a long-range rocket. (April 5)

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AP First Person- Obama in Prague

President Barack Obama addressed tens of thousands in Prague Sunday. AP White House Correspondent Jennifer Loven discusses Obama's response to the North Korean rocket test and whether the president can turn popularity into policy success. (April 5)

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Analysts say N.Korea rocket has strong domestic propaganda value

Analysts say North Korea’s rocket launch does not demonstrate its ability to attach a nuclear warhead to the missile, but has strong domestic propaganda value.

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South Korea criticises North Korean rocket launch

South Korea denounced North Korea's rocket launch as a reckless threat to world security. Residents of Seoul were divided over the best way to engage their reclusive neighbour.

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