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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Video Trail Mix- Gingrich, Cheney Hawking Obama

CQ Politics commentator Craig Crawford says that Barack Obama is not alone among presidents who have faced great pressure to adopt tough foreign policy positions.

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Embracing The Good Fat

Researchers say there's a type of fat that's not only good for us, but may one day help us lose weight. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, "brown fat" is something many Americans can now embrace.

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CBS Exclusive- Eric Holder

Attorney General Eric Holder is trying to clean up the tarnished image of the Justice Department. Katie Couric asks the chief law enforcement officer in the U.S. about the challenges he faces.

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Embracing The Good Fat

Researchers say there's a type of fat that's not only good for us, but may one day help us lose weight. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, "brown fat" is something many Americans can now embrace.

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Do-It Yourself Fashion

The economic recession has many taking a "do-it yourself" approach when it comes to fashion. As Kelly Wallace reports, it's an old trend that's taken off in the 21st century.

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U.S. At Risk Of 'Cyber Quake'

The U.S. electrical system is at risk of a "cyber quake." Computer experts say hackers want to know how America's power grid works and how to stop it from working during a crisis. Bob Orr reports.

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Pirates Hijack U.S. Ship

Warships are speeding to the scene of a pirate attack in the Indian Ocean. The American crew regained control of the ship, but the hijackers held the ship's captain hostage. David Martin reports.

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Crew Member On Hostage Crisis

A crew member aboard the Maersk Alabama tells CBS News about his cargo ship being hijacked by Somali pirates and how the captain was held hostage.

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Holder's Plan For The DOJ

In Full: Attorney General Eric Holder sat down with Katie Couric to discuss the direction he wants to take the DOJ; including his thoughts on gun control and former Sen. Ted Steven's exculpation.

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Who Are The Pirates?

The capture of a U.S. cargo ship is hardly the first to be taken hostage by Somali pirates. As Richard Roth reports, their motives are simple, demanding cash and creating anarchy.

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Notebook- Crossing The Line?

Did Dick Cheney cross the line making comments regarding the Obama administration's handling of America's safety? As Katie Couric reports, it's not the best choice of words for an elder statesman.

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Video Trail Mix- Gingrich, Cheney Hawking Obama

CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford says that if history is any indication, Pres. Obama may cave to criticism that he is too soft.

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Quake Survivor Tours L'Aquila

Earthquake survivor Ida Spagnoli took CBS News cameras on an emotional tour of the rubble in L'Aquila, Italy.

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Some Control At Pirated Ship

CBS Radio's David Barrett reports at least one pirate is in custody and some crew were able to send messages home, suggesting parts of the ship may be under U.S. control.

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Galveston Rises Again

The unemployed and thousands of others volunteer to rebuild Galveston, Tx., where hope springs eternal. Mark Strassman reports.

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Delicious Passover Food

Ed Brown, chef from New York's Eighty One restaurant puts new spins on traditional Passover food with Harry Smith and Dave Price.

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Book Profiles Mrs. Obama Style

Mandi Norwood, author of "Michelle Style," discusses the meaning of the first lady's fashion choices during her international trip with Harry Smith.

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Office Perks Include Happiness

Zappos, a Las Vegas company gives employees free massage, tailoring and lunch. Debbye Turner-Bell discovers employee happiness can equal productivity and profit.

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Hair Raisers For Hirsute Men

Kyan Douglas from "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy" shares essential products for male grooming with Dave Price.

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Clinton asks Iran to release journalist

Clinton asks Iran to release journalist

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Congressman weighs in on pirate hijacking

Congressman Sestak weighs in on piracy

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Levi Johnston on Early Show

Levi Johnston on Early Show

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Growing Terrariums

Author Tovah Martin showed Harry Smith how easy it is to bring nature indoors with terrariums made with household glassware.

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Airplane Bird Strikes Up

New FAA statistics show aircraft collisions with large birds surged 66 percent compared to the 1990s due to rise in bird populations. Priya David reports.

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Obama Returns To U.S. Soil

The president's trip to Europe and the Middle East is hailed as a success by the White House, reports Chip Reid.

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Saving On Groceries

Harry Smith spoke with Consumer Reports' Todd Marks about how to be a savvy grocery shopper and save money with coupons, savings cards and warehouse shopping.

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American Sailors Hijacked

Somali pirates capture a U.S. cargo ship in the Indian Ocean, the sixth pirated ship in a week. Richard Roth reports with early details.

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Getting Rid Of Back Pain

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Harry Smith about the most effective methods to treat and prevent back pain. (04/08/09)

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Biden welcomes troops home

Biden welcomes troops home

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Rep. on Fidel- He wants to move forward

Rep. on Fidel: He wants to move forward

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Naive Morning Show Hosts

Naive Morning Show Hosts

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Morning Show Roundup 4/8/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/8/09

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Morning Show Roundup 4/8/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/8/09

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Italy Quake Survivor Speaks

The earthquake death toll in Italy stands at 250 people. As Allen Pizzey reports, two survivors were miraculously pulled from the rubble. Harry Smith spoke to a quake survivor.

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Levi Johnston's Dilemma

Levi Johnston, the father of Sarah Palin's grandson Trip, talks about how the Palins treated him following the campaign. Maggie Rodriguez spoke to Johnston, along with his mother and sister.

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Scary Earnings Reports

With many companies releasing negative earning reports for the first quarter of 2009, Wall Street is hesitant to invest. Jeff Glor reports.

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POLITICO Playback 4/8/09

POLITICO Playback 4/8/09

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Discount Cards Worth Signing Up For

Jody Rohlena, Sr. Editor for ShopSmart Magazine, discusses the best store discount cards available and explains their perks.

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A Look At Obama's Trip Overseas

David Mark, Sr. Editor for Politico, discusses President Obama's trip overseas and whether or not he accomplished his goals while abroad.

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Same-Sex Marriage TV Ad Campaign - 60 sec.

Same-Sex Marriage TV Ad Campaign - 60 sec.

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Same-Sex Marriage TV Ad Campaign - 30 sec.

Same-Sex Marriage TV Ad Campaign - 30 sec.

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T Magazine- Skatin' Series by Greg Brunkalla

Real people skating on a Sunday afternoon in Central Park set to the music of Chromeo.

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T Magazine- A Psychic Vacuum by Mike Nelson

Nelson transformed the disused interior of the Essex Street Market in New York City's Lower East Side, into an journey through reconstructed passageways. Video by Matt Wolf.

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Politics- The Obama Campaign, Updated

IIn 2008, Barack Obama's team built a formidable political organization, but the question now is whether this campaign structure can support the President.

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Politics- MSNBC First 100 Days Edition

John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times talks to reporters and editors about the Obama administration.

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T Magazine- When Adar Enters by Yael Bartana

When Adar Enters by Yael Bartana, 2003. Courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam.

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T Magazine- Juste Des V�tements by Yohji Yamamoto

Juste Des V�tements ("Just Clothes"). An exhibition at the Mus�e de la Mode et du Textile in Paris (2005), allowed a rare "behind the scenes" look into the world of the designer.

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T Magazine- Stranded in Canton by William Eggleston

Excerpt from Stranded in Canton by William Eggleston, c. 1973-74.

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T Magazine- Three Men Hula by Sigalit Landau

Three Men Hula by Sigalit Landau, 2000.

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T Magazine- Herb & Dorothy documentary exceprt

Courtesy of Arthouse Films, release date Spring 2009.

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T Magazine- Grayson Perry discusses his work

Exerpt from "theEYE: Grayson Perry"; � Illuminations 2007. www.illuminationsmedia.co.uk/ourfilms/product/217/grayson_perry.html.

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T Magazine- David David Spring/Summer 2009

David David's Spring/Summer 2009 collection. Director: Zaiba Jabbar. Producer: Shimmy. Choreographer Ianthe Wright.

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T Magazine- Empty Glasses by The Breeders

Video from the 2008 Breeders World Tour. Recorded live during the Mountain Battles tour with the accompanying video directed by Breeder's bassist Mando Lopez, editing by James R. Ford Jr.

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T Magazine- The Haunt by Lucas Ajemian

Ajemian's installations of videos, sculptures and photographic images have been shown globally. The Haunt was exhibited at the Kirkhoff Contemporary Art Gallery in Copenhagen.

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T Magazine- Secret Channel 3 by LFS

Secret Channel 3 is one in a series of short blips on the nature of television and viewer.

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T Magazine- Dance of the Golden Saw by Gordon Hull

Surface 2 Air's Gordon Hull directed this film that captured Abbou Belghazi performing this ritual dance.

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T Magazine- Brillo Pad by the Neistat Brothers

Brillo Pad was part of the "Science Experiment Series" that was exhibited at the Sao Paolo Biennel and numerous museums internationally.

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Hundreds protest in Moldova

Several hundred people continued to demonstrate in Moldova's capital on Wednesday, a day after violent protests staged against the recent election win by Communists.

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Algerian youth risk their lives to make it to Europe

Increasing numbers of Algerian youths are risking their lives to migrate to Europe. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who is seeking his third term, has promised to create three million jobs if re-elected. But many youths lack faith in their septuagenarian leader. Despite two failed attempts to reach Europe, 28-year-old Sofiane hopes that one day he will make it to "the promised land".

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Candlelit vigil marks 15 years since Rwanda genocide

To mark the 15th anniversary of the beginning of the Rwandan genocide and the start of a week of national mourning, survivors gathered in the national stadium in Kigali to light candles. Thousands of lights spelt out the word for "hope" in three languages at the event on Tuesday night.

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Italian quake city a ghost town as death toll continues to rise

The ruined Renaissance town of L'Aquila remained a ghost town on Wednesday as rescue workers' hopes of finding more survivors were fading. But a few people have braved the aftershocks in the earthquake-struck city -- both locals seeking to recover belongings, and onlookers who have come to witness the destruction first-hand.

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100,000 protesters in Thai anti-government march

More than 100,000 protesters rallied in Bangkok Wednesday in their biggest bid yet to topple premier Abhisit Vejjajiva, deepening Thailand's political crisis days before it hosts a key Asian summit. The demonstrators, wearing signature red shirts, support the return of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawtra, who is now living in exile to avoid a corruption-related jail sentence.

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Taking crime-solving to a new dimension

Ever more courtrooms in the United States are using 3D technology to reconstruct crime scenes -- a technique that juries find particularly helpful but that has some lawyers worried.

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US Catholic community bolstered by immigrants

Religion is declining in the US, but the number of Catholics and evangelical Christians is growing. An expert from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.

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Strike forces Eiffel Tower shutdown

The Eiffel Tower was closed on Wednesday after employees went on strike to demand better work conditions and security at one of the world's most visited tourist sites.

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Turkey's nomads cling to way of life

They're called the "Yoruk", or the people who walk. And they're the last nomads living at the doorstep of Europe. Season after season, they renew their ancestral rite of moving their herds from valley to mountain plateau, and then back again.

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Kandinsky, pioneer of abstractionism, on show in Paris

After its debut in Munich and ahead of a show in New York, Paris is hosting a retrospective of Vassily Kandinsky, one of the pioneers of abstactionism. The Russian-born artist lived in Germany for many years, before moving to France in 1933, where he died 11 years later.

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G20 video puts police on spot over death

Video footage has been released showing the moment London police pushed a man during the G20 summit protests who later died. The video shows Ian Tomlinson, 47, walking in front of a line of officers, one of whom shoves him and causes him to fall on the ground. Exclusive footage from the Guardian and available on its website guardian.co.uk

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Gazans scavange rubbish dumps

The people of the Gaza strip are increasingly turning to the territory's rubbish dumps as a way of eeking out a living. Since the Israeli-imposed blockade has paralysed the economy and unemployment is at 65 percent, for many this is the only way to survive.

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Tough times for children left behind by China's migrant workers

Millions of children in China only see their parents once a year, when their migrant parents return to their home villages for new year celebrations. Times are tough for these youngsters.

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