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Friday, April 10, 2009

Fires Devastate Okla. County

Officials in Oklahoma County are investigating fires which have resulted in the destruction of dozens of homes in the area. As Don Teague reports, authorities say arson is to blame.

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The Wildcard, 04.10.09

Only On The Web: Utah men strap on some heels for a good cause, while gorillas in Cinncinnati chow down on some Easter eggs in the latest installment of "The Wildcard."

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U.S. Captain Attempts Escape

Somali pirates are reportedly threatening to kill their hostage, an American sea captain, if they're attacked by the U.S. Navy. As David Martin reports, the captain made a foiled move to escape.

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Conficker Worm Begins Attack?

According to experts, a dangerous computer infection known as "Conficker" is beginning an assault on computers worldwide. As Daniel Sieberg reports, up to 15 million computers may be infected.

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South Faces Deadly Tornadoes

At least three people are dead and many others are injured, as a series of tornadoes has left behind a path of destruction in many parts of the South. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Power Of A Mother's Milk

More than half a million babies are born prematurely each year in the U.S. Treatment is costly but, as Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, a new strategy to help is as old as life itself: breastfeeding.

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Notebook- White House Garden

First Lady Michelle Obama and fifth grade volunteers planted the "Kitchen Garden" at the White House. Katie Couric comments on the how a garden may help plant the seeds of change.

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High Speed Car Chase In O.C.

Caught On Tape: A female driver led police officers on a high-speed 100 m.p.h. car chase for over an hour across several roads and highways throughout Orange County, California.

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POLITICO Playbook 4/10/2009

POLITICO Playbook 4/10/2009

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U.S. Options In Pirate Standoff

Counter terrorism expert Juan Zarate analyzes the standoff between Somali pirates and the United States.

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Washington Unplugged 04.10.09

Counter terrorism expert Juan Zarate on the Somali pirates standoff, Hotline's Amy Walter on partisanship in Washington, and Mo Rocca looks at presidential pets.

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Frugal Easter Decorations

Lifestyle expert Bruce Littlefield makes bonnets, baskets and more made from everyday household items with help from Harry Smith.

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Burger King 'Butt' Ad Irksome

A whopper of a debate is being grilled over the use of the popular preschooler cartoon Sponge Bob Squarepants in a sexy "after-hours" Burger King spot to sell kids meals. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Easy Lamb For Easter

Michael White from famed restaurants as Convivio and Alto, suggests some "secret" ingredients for a great Easter lamb.

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Pastor Rick Warren On Spirit

Recession is good for spiritual hunger according to controversial figure Pastor Rick Warren from the Saddleback Church. He spoke to Harry Smith.

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This Week in Playback 4/10/09

This Week in Playback 4/10/09

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This week in VIDEO

This week in VIDEO

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Mo Rocca On Presidential Pets

Mo Rocca, author of "All The Presidents' Pets" looks at alternatives Obama could have chosen for a White House pet.

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Tracy Ullman's Impersonations

State Of The Union season 2 airs Sundays on Showtime. Tracy Ullman talked to Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez, demonstrating hilarious impressions.

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Power Food 'Couples'

Courtenay Smith from Prevention magazine has tips for Harry Smith on which foods work best together for better health.

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Do Kids 'Wreck' Marriages?

Relationship expert Dr. Ian Kerner has tips for couples with children who need something more in their life. He speaks to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Civil Case 'Tests' Anthonys

Casey Anthony's parents gave a deposition in a civil case related to the murder of their granddaughter, Caylee. Maggie Rodriguez spoke to an attorney for George and Cindy Anthony.

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Deadly Twisters Hit 4 States

Overnight, severe winds contributed to deadly tornadoes that struck in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri and Oklahoma, reports Charles Crowson from KTHV-TV.

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Webcam Catches Thieves

A Boynton Beach, Fla. woman installed a webcam and called 911 while watching her house get robbed. She told Harry Smith about how the police caught the thieves, as if it were a television drama.

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Obamas on First Dog

Obamas on First Dog

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Michelle on arrival of dog- "Soon!"

Michelle on arrival of dog: "Soon!"

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Obama, Clinton meet on WH swingset

Obama, Clinton meet on WH swingset

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Obama on dog arrival- "That's top secret... tightly held"

Obama on dog arrival: "That's top secret... tightly held"

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Obama meets with top economic advisers

Obama meets with top economic advisers

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Calif. Mourns Sandra Cantu

Californians mourn 8-yr.-old Sandra Cantu, reports John Blackstone. Tony Sheneman from the Tracy, Calif. Police Dept. tells Harry Smith he thinks they may be close to finding a killer.

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Raging Texas, Okla. Wildfires

Wildfires fueled by dry winds have destroyed hundreds of homes in North Texas and Oklahoma, reports Don Teague.

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Stakes Raised In Pirate Talks

Negotiators continue to deliberate with Somali pirates that are surrounded by the U.S. Navy, reports Richard Roth. Hostage negotiator Wally Zeins explains the strategy to Harry Smith.

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Morning Show Roundup 4/10/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/10/09

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POLITICO Playback 4/10/09

POLITICO Playback 4/10/09

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Rove- Biden is a "blowhard"

Rove: Biden is a "blowhard"

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All About Sleep

Getting an infant to rest can present a problem for many parents. Tricia O'Brien, Features Editor for American Baby Magazine, has some important information about your baby's sleep cycle.

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A Time Of Economic Change

In this London Comment, Simon Bates discusses the economic change overseas, and why it might lead to a political change in the near future.

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Automobiles- The 2009 New York Auto Show

Jerry Garrett witnesses the effects of the recession at the 2009 New York Auto Show.

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Christianity's slow decline in the US

Three in four Americans (77%) say Christianity is their religious preference -- down from 91% in 1948.

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The Minimalist- Spaghetti With Broccoli Rabe

Mark Bittman puts a twist on pasta sauce by mixing in breadcrumbs.

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Indonesia plays catch-up in Islamic finance

Indonesia launched its first retail Islamic bond in February in the hope of catching up with fellow Muslim nations in the Islamic finance business and help fund a six-billion-dollar economic stimulus package aimed at mitigating the global economic crisis.

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African textiles get Paris couture recrafting

They're a signature style of traditional African fashion, but the famed Dutch wax textiles are now getting a contemporary remake by designers from the continent and diaspora. Industry leader Vlisco, which has been importing its Dutch-made prints to Africa for more than 150 years, has sponsored collections by young fashion designers which take the coloured prints into the realm of couture.

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Algeria's Bouteflika wins a third term

Veteran President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was handed a new five-year mandate Friday after official results showed him the victor of Thursday's election. The vote was boycotted by much of the opposition and its leaders are calling into question the high turnout figures.

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Obama sees " Glimmers of Hope" in Economy

President Barack Obama said Friday he saw "glimmers of hope" that the US economy may be wrestling free of a paralyzing recession, but warned of "a lot of work" yet to nurse it back to health.

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Italy pays respects to quake victims

Italy bade a final farewell Friday to the nearly 300 people killed in the earthquake that devastated the central Abruzzo region, as thousands attended an emotional funeral. The families of the victims laid them to rest after the ceremony with thousands of mourners and top government and Catholic Church dignitaries in attendance.

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Algeria's Bouteflika set for third presidential term

Algeria is set to announce another massive victory for incumbent President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Friday, at day after voters turned out massively to participate in the ballot. Opposition movements have claimed fraud in the daylong proceedings, challenging the official claims of 74-percent turn-out.

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North Korea's military zeal leaves people cash-poor and hungry

North Korea's controversial rocket launch and massive military programme is draining the country of finances, at a time when millions are going hungry due to a severe food shortage.� The World Food Programme says it does not have enough food to feed the six million people it's trying to care for in North Korea.

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Megachurches - where Faith, show and Business meet

Megachurches, giant congregations that can include up to 50,000 worshippers, have spread across the United States, wooing the faithful with a mixture of prayer and spectacle. The number of these churches has doubled in a decade -- and their numbers are set to grow thanks to tough economic times.

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US boots leave imprint on Iraqi fashion

After six years of continuous presence in Iraq, Americans have exerted an unexpected influence on Iraqi men -- in the realm of fashion. The American-inspired boot -- be it cowboy, biker, or half-boot -- is all the rage in Baghdad. Afficionados who used to buy second-hand pairs say it's been easier to get their favourite footwear since the US soldiers arrived.

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Priests and nuns offer solace for quake survivors

Italy is marking a day of mourning Friday with a state funeral set for the nearly 300 dead in this week's devastating earthquake. Thousands of people packed a central square of L'Aquila for the emotional funeral. As survivors struggle to cope with their loss, Catholic priests and nuns are offering comfort.

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Another 'bossnapping' in France

France witnessed a new "bossnapping" incident late Thursday in which disgruntled factory workers at auto parts maker Faurecia held three managers for five hours. Recent weeks have seen a number of business executives in France held hostage, some overnight, by workers angry over restructuring and lay-off plans. In each case, they have been released unharmed, often after a promise to restart negotiations. Images of manager's release at the Faurecia factory overnight Thursday amid angry crowds of workers.

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