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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Alison Lewis

When we first met our hero, Alison Lewis, she was half of the successful design duo Mooka Kinney. Now the charming 26-year-old New Yorker is making her own line, called Lewis, and we can't get enough.

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Rick Springfield Backstage

80's rock idol Rick Springfield went backstage on The Saturday Early Show and spoke with CBS News' Cali Carlin about what's on his iPod, touring year-round, and his "hardcore" fans.

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Warning Signs Of A Killer

In a new book, a former Virginia Tech professor writes that she saw warning signs before the massacre. The professor says she tried to sound the alarm, but no one listened. Katie Couric reports.

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Finding Career Flexibility

When used car salesman Lynn Love felt the weight of the economic recession, he decided to find a new passion. As Mark Strassmann reports, he's opened his own mobile kitchen.

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Mass Exodus Of Teachers

One out of every three new teachers leaves education within five years, citing frustration and low pay. But, as Ben Tracy reports, a new wave of retirements may put education at an even greater risk.

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Holder Defends Justice Dept.

CBS Evening News Exclusive: Katie Couric speaks with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, about the Justice Department's alleged misconduct in the prosecution of Alaskan Sen. Ted Stevens.

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Stevens' Saga Ends

The corruption case of former Sen. Ted Stevens has officially ended. But, as Bob Orr reports, the judge may hold the case's prosecutors accountable.

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Searching For Survivors

With the death toll in Italy topping 200, rescuers continue the search for 15 others who remain missing after a devastating earthquake. Allen Pizzey has the latest.

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Welcome To Iraq, Mr. President

Before returning to the U.S., President Obama made a surprise visit to Iraq where he met with troops stationed at Camp Victory and spoke with government officials. Bill Plante reports from Istanbul.

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MoneyWatch

The aluminum giant Alcoa lost nearly $500 million, a new survey found more than two thirds of CEOs are planning layoffs, and a deal was signed to sell Bernard Madoff's trading division. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Eric Holder On Stevens Case

CBS News Exclusive: Katie Couric asks U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder about criticisms from the judge in the investigation of former Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens.

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Fast Draw- Debt Balloons

About a decade ago, bankers discovered a new, useful way to turn debt into an asset they could buy and sell. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler explain all the hot air in "debt balloons."

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Riots In Moldova

Protesters in Moldova, one of Europe's poorest nations, hurled rocks and set fire to the steps of Parliament in the capital city of Chisinau over the disputed re-election of the Communist Party.

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Loaded- No pain, no gain

Yahoo Music looks like MySpace, the first solar-powered airplane takes flight, and how to get in shape with your Nintendo DSi.

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Notebook- Same-Sex Marriage

As Vermont becomes the fourth state to legalize gay marriage, Kelly Wallace reports that the Supreme Court must eventually rule with one side in this ongoing debate.

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Designer Rocks Muslim Fashion

Designer Rabia Zargarpur is causing quite a stir in the Muslim and fashion worlds alike. As Sheila MacVicar reports, she is making modest and traditional clothing chic.

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Obama meets with al-Maliki

Obama meets with al-Maliki

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Kennedy throws first pitch

Kennedy throws first pitch

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Obama Surprises Iraq Troops

President Obama made a surprise stop in Baghdad, Iraq while returning home from his second foreign trip as president. Joel Brown reports.

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NY Icon Saved, Moves West

Developers planned to wreck the iconic Moondance Diner in New York City, until a Wyoming woman bought the structure and moved it to a town of less than 500 people, restoring it to its classic beauty. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Casey Anthony Spycam

Police cameras inside the car belonging to Casey Anthony's ex-boyfriend capture Casey's brother calling her a liar. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Larry Summer's Money Trail

A money trail shows that Chief of the President's Economic Council Larry Summers earned millions from troubled financial institutions. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Letter Shows Shooter's Motive

A letter mailed to a television station on the day of the Binghampton, N.Y. shooting that left 13 people dead, reveals the killer's motive. Jeff Glor reports.

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Stolen Plane Triggers Scramble

A student pilot who stole a plane in Canada, triggering a scramble, crosses the border to Missouri where he is in custody, reports Lauren Keith from KFVS-TV.

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Michelle in wax

Michelle in wax at Madame Tussauds in D.C.

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POLITICO Podcast- NBWA's Craig Purser

POLITICO Podcast: NBWA's Craig Purser

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Obama holds Town Hall with Turkish students

Obama holds Town Hall with Turkish students

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Obama visits troops in Baghdad

Obama visits troops in Baghdad

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Holy Week With The Osteens

Harry Smith spoke with Pastor Joel Osteen and his wife Victoria about how faith may give Americans strength to get through the recession.

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Teen's Death A "Bully-Cide"?

The parents of an Ohio high school student claim repeated bullying incidents were ignored leading to their son's suicide while suicides were a pattern at school. They speak to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Italian Quake Toll Nears 200

Rescue efforts continue in L'Aquila, Italy where some 50,000 are now homeless and the death toll nears 200, reports Allen Pizzey. Harry Smith talks to one of the survivors.

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Missing 8-Yr.-Old Found Dead

The body of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu was found near her home in Calif. by farmers who drained an irrigation pond, reports John Blackstone.

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Phantom Help Scams

Financial contributor Vera Gibbons explains to Harry Smith what to watch out for with loan modification calls and ads.

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Sleep Your Way To The Top

CBS Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how a full night of sleep can benefit job performance.

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Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about the life-long risks of childhood obesity.

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Sniffing Out First Dog

Debbye Turner Bell looks for clues about what type of dog the Obamas will bring to the White House.

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A Close Look at Payday Lending

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/03/recovery_reinvestment101_update.html What are payday loans and why do people use them? Who borrows from payday lenders? An why are policymakers focused on these loans in particular? CAP's Amanda Logan explains.

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Cable Chatter- Obama in Baghdad

Obama makes surprise visit to Baghdad

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Cable Chatter- Obama in Baghdad

Obama makes surprise visit to Baghdad

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POLITICO Playback 4/7/09

POLITICO Playback 4/7/09

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POLITICO Playback 4/7/09

POLITICO Playback 4/7/09

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Obama talks Bush with Turkish students

Obama talks Bush with Turkish students

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Bouteflika wraps up campaign

Thousands of supporters came out late Monday to cheer Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on his last campaign stop ahead of a vote sure to see him reelected for a third term. Five others are vying for the presidency, but none of them stands out against the 72-year-old head of state.

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Italy hunts for quake survivors

Rescuers were racing against time to find survivors from the earthquake on Monday that so far has killed at least 179 people in central Italy and left tens of thousands homeless.

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Obama's Visit Comes Amid Improving Views on Iraq War

President Obama's surprise stop in Baghdad comes at a time when Americans are generally more positive than they have been in recent years about how things are going in Iraq.

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U.s.- Small Town, Big Debt

Municipal bonds are traditionally safe investments, but cities and counties across Tennessee, got in financial trouble because they entered the complex world of derivatives.

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City Room- A Shepherd for Students at N.Y.U.

John Votta, 67, is out there every school day, shouting at drivers and telling N.Y.U. students when to cross the street and when to wait.

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Some famous faces in the phonebook

The emerging Cuban-born artist Alex Queral has perfected the art of sculpting the likenesses of the Dalai Lama, Ringo Starr and endless other familiar faces into a common, but unexpected medium: the phonebook.

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Obama Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq

On a trip shrouded in secrecy, President Barack Obama flew into Iraq on Tuesday for a brief look at a war he opposed as a candidate and now vows to end as commander in chief. (April 7)

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Raw Video- Obama Meets Troops in Iraq

During an unannounced stop in Iraq, President Barack Obama met with U.S. troops and thanked them for their service. (April 7)

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Obama Makes Unannounced Stop in Iraq

President Barack Obama made an unannounced stop in Baghdad at the end of his European trip. (April 7)

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North Korea TV shows missile launch

North Korea on Tuesday released film footage of its rocket launch, two days after a blast-off which sparked international condemnation.

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Baghdad blast kills eight as Obama visits

A car bomb blast targeting a mosque in a Baghdad Shiite district killed eight people and wounded 14 others on Tuesday, just ahead of a surprise visit to the city by US President Barack Obama. The strike on the Husseiniyah mosque, in the Kadhimiyah neighbourhood, also comes a day after a series of six, apparently coordinated car bombings struck mainly Shiite areas of the city.

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Kandinsky gets retrospective in Paris

After its debut in Munich and ahead of an unveiling in New York, a retrospective of Vassily Kandinsky, one of the pioneers of abstractionism, is coming to Paris. AFPTV looks at the work of a seminal artist.

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Italian earthquake survivors in tent cities

Thousands of stunned earthquake survivors are camped out in makeshift tent cities outside the Italian city of L'Aquila, their homes destroyed or too dangerous to return to after the disaster.

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OECD takes last tax havens off 'black list'

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development said it has removed the only four countries left on its "blacklist" of uncooperative tax havens after they bowed to international pressure. Costa Rica, the Philippines, Malaysia and Uruguay have committed to international tax reporting standards, OECD chief Angel Gurria told a press conference in Paris. The list was backed by world leaders at the G20 summit in London this month.

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Italy Earthquake leaves village devastated

All that remains of D'Onna are piles of rubble and houses that have been gutted as if by an explosion. The village is the epicenter of a violent earthquake that shook the Abruzzo region of Italy at dawn on Monday. Of D'Onna's fewer than 300 residents, forty died in the quake.

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Young Moldovan anti-Communists storm parliament

A crowd of protesters stormed the Moldavian Parliament. A young woman died in the incident. The crowds are protesting the communist victory in last Sunday's legislative elections and demand a recount.

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Weekly Economic Insights- Attitudes Improving

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief Frank Newport talks in depth about this week's data from Gallup's core economic indexes, including the Consumer Mood Index, the Net New Hiring Index, and the Consumer Spending Index.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Tuesday, April 7: Binghamton shooter apparently mailed letter to TV station; Two bodies found in Miami waters; Salmonella traces found at Calif. plant; Singer Chris Brown pleads not guilty

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Polish workers to ride out Ireland's economic crisis

Ireland is set to unveil an emergency recession budget Tuesday as the government struggles to contain a surging public sector deficit. The first eurozone country to go into recession, Ireland's jobless toll has soared to 11 percent. The situation has been particularly hard on Polish immigrants who arrived during the boom time but dare not go home now.

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In Turkey,Obama delivers reaches out to Muslim world

US President Barack Obama pursued his bridge-building trip to Turkey on Tuesday reiterating strong messages of US reconciliation with the NATO ally and the larger Islamic world.

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Obama visits Hagia Sofia Church

Part of his visit to Turkey, US President Barack Obama visited the Hagia Sofia Church in Istanbul on Tuesday morning, accompanied by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Plane Stolen in Canada, Pilot Arrested

A student pilot stole a plane in Canada, was intercepted by jet fighters but flew through 3 states before landing in the southeastern part of Missouri. The suspect was arrested. (April 7)

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Letter Said to Be From Killer Forecast Slayings

The man who gunned down 13 people in an immigrant center in Binghamton, NY was apparently intent on killing people before returning 'to the dust of the earth,' according to a letter mailed to a TV station the day of the massacre. (April 6)

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Officials Think They Found Miami Boaters' Bodies

The search for a man and his 8-year-old daughter in the waters off Miami ended Monday when authorities found what they believe are both of their bodies. (April 6)

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