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Monday, April 13, 2009

Cushnie et Ochs Fashion Designers

Watch our video interview with Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs of NYC label Cushnie et Ochs -- and we'll sure you'll be intrigued by the Psycho-inspired designs. The girls, who are in the early twenties, graduated from Parsons just a couple years ago. Their collection can be purchased at Bergdorf Goodman.

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The Year Of The Heroes

From Capt. Richard Phillips' daring move to offer himself as a hostage to Somali pirates, to Capt. Sully Sullenberger's dramatic landing in N.Y.'s Hudson River, Katie Couric salutes our heroes.

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Say Hello To Bo

The Obamas have welcomed a new additional to the White House. As Nancy Cordes reports, their 6-month-old Portuguese water dog Bo already seems to have the run of the place.

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U.S. Halting Oil Production

Many oil companies are cutting investments and cancelling production projects around the world. As Armen Keteyian reports, nearly half of all oil and gas rigs are sitting idle and that may hurt us.

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Bailout Banks Increase Fees

Bailout banks have received billions from taxpayers, but are they returning the favor? Sharyl Attkisson reports that higher fees and other costs are making banking more expensive.

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Risk Of Piracy At Sea

More than 200 foreign crew members are being held by pirates off the coast of Somalia. In many cases, ship owners would rather pay ransom than fight back. Lara Logan reports.

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The Search For New SEALs

Navy SEALs are succeeding at pulling off some of the world's most difficult operations, but the military is having trouble finding new SEALs. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Freed Captain To Return Home

Navy snipers killed three pirate captors who were holding an American captain hostage. A fourth pirate was captured and will face charges in the U.S. Bob Orr reports.

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MoneyWatch

Traders waited for first quarter earnings and new economic reports, GM could be forced into bankruptcy, and investors who lost money in the Madoff fraud scheme head to court. Karen Brown reports.

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Notebook- Hostage Rescue

After Navy SEALs rescued Captain Richard Phillips from Somali pirates, Katie Couric says some are regarding the mission as an early military victory for President Obama.

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Monday's Gibbs and Takes

Monday's Gibbs and Takes

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Stem Cells Promising

Researchers discovered ways to turn on specific stem cells in mice to generate muscles. As KENS-TV's Wendy Rigby reports, this could one day lead to drugs to treat a number of different diseases.

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Rapping Flight Attendant

A rapping flight attendant has become a Youtube sensation. He's turning the usual dry annoucements into the highlight of the trip. Jocelyn Pierce caught up with him at LAX.

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Loaded- This is your brain on Facebook

Conficker morphs and spreads, Amazon.com is accused of being homophobic, and excessive Facebook use could result in lower grades.

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N.J. Town Goes Green

Westwood, N.J. is enacting a plan to stop its reliance on traditional energy. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Economical Afterlife

Due to tough economic times, many American families of deceased loved ones are leaning towards the cheaper alternative when dealing with the afterlife. KSFX'S Emily Baucum reports.

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Obamas host egg roll

Obamas host egg roll

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Cabrera On Masters Win

CBS News RAW: Angel Cabrera became the first Argentinean to win the Masters Tournament. Cabrera spoke about his career and his fellow golfers.

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Obama's Easter-Egg Events

President Barack Obama and his family are greeted outside the White House by more than 30,000 Easter Egg-Roll attendees. First Lady, Michelle Obama speaks about the events planned.

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White House Easter Egg Roll

It's certain to be a busy day at the White House, with an expected 30,000 guests attending the annual Easter Egg Roll. Dave Price reports from Washington

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FancyFrench Toast

Allen And Delancy's Tiffany MacIsaac showed Harry Smith how to serve the perfect French toast brunch.

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Conficker Wakes Up

The conficker worm that affected computers around the world is morphing and spreading, and is now becoming an identity theft issue. Harry Smith speaks with Natali Del Conte from CNET.

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Obama's rare exit

Obama's rare exit

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Weathering The Recession

Susan Koeppen answered viewer questions about cutting corners during the recession and offered easy tips to save.

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Hometown Heroes

In Captain Richard Phillips hometown, Underhill Center, VT, there is a collective sigh of relief. Bianca Solorzano Reports.

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Rowing Across The Atlantic

Paul Ridley spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about his experience rowing across the Atlantic Ocean for a cause.

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Bo Is Pick Of The Litter

The Obama family has chosen a Portugese Water Dog puppy to join them in the White House. Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Getting Swimsuit Sexy

Dietician Keri Glassman showed Harry Smith some easy eating tips that can help you lose five pounds.

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Don't Lose Your House, Spouse

Author Bonnie Eaker Weil spoke to Harry Smith about how financial struggles can cause stress on romantic relationships.

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Workplace Sabotage

With the unemployment rate rising, some are desperate to keep their jobs. How far would you go to preserve your own job? Priya David reports.

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Obama at DOT- Under budget?

Obama at DOT: Under budget?

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High Seas Rescue

Captain Richard Phillips was held by Somali pirates for five days in a life boat before the Navy killed three pirates and rescued Phillips. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Was Cantu Killed In Church?

Police believe that suspect Melissa Huckaby may have murdered Sandra Cantu in a church. John Blackstone reports.

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Crew Fought Off Pirates

More details about the Maersk crew's struggle with Somali pirates are being uncovered. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Obama kicks off egg roll

Obama kicks off egg roll

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Morning Show Roundup 4/13/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/13/09

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Fergie sings national anthem at Easter Egg Roll

Fergie sings national anthem at Easter Egg Roll

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Bo and Barack

Bo and Barack

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POLITICO Playback 4/13/09

POLITICO Playback 4/13/09

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Car Buying Tips

No matter what your budget, there is a new or used car out there for you. It's finding the right model, however, that can be tricky. Kelli Grant, Sr. Consumer Reporter for SmartMoney.com, has some tips for finding your new ride.

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The Way Of The Gun

Americans are buying guns and ammunition at a startling rate despite the economic downturn. As Lesley Stahl reports, the economy, as well as the election of Barack Obama may be the reason for the run on guns.

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Creating The Bionic Arm

Thanks to the biggest innovation in prosthetic arms since World War II it's now possible for amputees to pick up small, delicate objects they never thought they would master. Scott Pelley reports.

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Danone, a food giant, with a long history of innovation

French food giant Danone turns 90 this year. The international brand dominates the dairy industry, but the company has humble origins. In the current economic crisis, Danone thinks it's got a recipe for success --- milking its long past of innovation for future growth.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Wag the Dog'

A. O. Scott reviews Barry Levinson's 1997 film about a Washington fixer and a Hollywood producer who band together to create a politically expedient but entirely fictional war.

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Greening the Central American skies

One regional airline is defying the aviation industry’s reputation for causing negative environmental impacts by going carbon neutral, and taking measures to limit the pollution it creates.

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Two dead as protests rage in Thai capital

Thousands of Thai anti-government protesters clashed with armed soldiers and Bangkok residents Monday, leaving two dead and 113 injured in street battles that raged across the capital. Troops unleashed volleys of gunfire and hurled tear gas at the red-clad protesters, who sent buses hurtling towards lines of soldiers and torched a government ministry with petrol bombs.

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India's 'untouchables' aim high for elections

As India gears up for general elections, a party that champions the rights of the lowest Dalit caste has emerged as a major national player, with its charismatic leader Mayawati Kumari setting her sights on becoming the country’s first “untouchable’ prime minister.

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New-tech gadgets on show at Hong Kong electronics fair

Sunglasses that take photos and video, a walking, talking cane for the vision-impaired, and a water-powered alarm clock -- these are only some of the latest gadgets up for grabs at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2009, which opened on Monday.

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Thai troops crack down on anti-government protests

Thai anti-government demonstrators sent hijacked buses and molotov cocktails hurtling towards military lines in a chaotic skirmish in Bangkok, where soldiers are cracking down on protests. So far 74 people have been wounded as troops advance on the so-called red shirt supporters of ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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Cairo's ageing taxis driving into history books

Cairo's ageing taxi fleet may be driving off into the sunset. The government is revving up the engine on an ambitious plan to get old cabs off the streets in the next few years, but many taxi drivers are not happy with the project.

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RAW- Thai troops crack down on protests

Dozens have been injured in Bangkok where Thai troops have begun cracking down on political protests, enforcing a state of emergency.

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