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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

GM Hopes For A 'Volt'

The failing car company General Motors wishes to reinvent its reputation with U.S. consumers, and Congress, through the unveiling of its new electric car, the Volt. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Fmr. Nazi Faces The Music

In a battle that's taken decades, 89 year-old John Demyanyuk is appealing his deportation to German on charges he was a Nazi, responsible for the deaths of 29,000 Jews. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Taliban Controlling Pakistan?

The Taliban has proclaimed victory in Pakistan, leaving army posts in ruins and the government in fear. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, they're even beginning to establish a headquarters.

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Diabetic Brain Damage Risk

A new study has drawn concern over those with diabetes, as recently released data indicates that low blood sugar levels may cause permanent brain damage. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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The Psychics Of Wall Street

With many Americans seeking to know their financial future as a result of the currently unpredictable state of the economy, Anthony Mason reports that business is booming for fortune tellers.

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Monitoring The Pirates

In an area that's 1.2 million square miles long, monitoring the whereabouts of Somali pirates with nothing to lose is a daunting task for the Pentagon. Lara Logan reports.

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Getting Fat On Pork

A new report from Citizens Against Government Waste shows that Washington's pork-barrel spending has topped $19.6 billion. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Glimmers Of Hope

Although we're not out of the woods yet, Pres. Obama said we're beginning to see glimmers of hope that the troubled U.S. economy is making progress. Bill Plante reports. Anthony Mason offers analysis.

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MoneyWatch

President Obama delivered a speech on the economy, Goldman Sachs reported a better-than-expected profit in the first quarter, and retail sales dropped last month. Karen Brown reports.

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Notebook- Polar Melting

From ice in the North Pole melting so fast it may disappear in 30 years to a massive ice shelf in the South Pole in danger of melting entirely, Katie Couric feels it's time for bold action.

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First Dog arrives at White House

First Dog arrives at White House

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Turkeys Attack Mailman

A Grand Haven, Mich. mail carrier carries a piece of wood while on his daily route due to fear of another turkey attack. WWMT's Carolyn Wyllie reports.

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Obama's 5 Pt. Economic Plan

CBS News RAW: In a speech at Georgetown University, President Barack Obama laid out a five-step plan to restore the economy.

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Taliban's Presence In Pakistan

Taliban militants in Pakistan continue their own brand of justice even though lawmakers approved the implementation of Islamic law according to Taliban demands. Farhan Bokhari reports.

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Updated- Pigs at Press Club

Updated: Pigs at Press Club

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Obama's economic speech

Obama's economic speech

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Obama at Georgetown - Highlights

Obama at Georgetown - Highlights

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Blago- "I am innocent"

Blago: "I am innocent"

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Bartering Is Back

Bartering is on the rise in the economic recession, but bartered items are still taxable. Michelle Gielan reports.

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YouTube's Symphony

Youtube.com held online video auditions for classical musicians around the globe. The winners will come together to perform at the historic Carnegie Hall. Michelle Miller reports.

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Fashion In Black And White

InStyle Magazine's Isabel Gonzalez Whitaker showed Harry Smith some great black and white looks for spring.

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Kids And Cash

Hattie Kauffman reports on how young people are pitching in to help their families during these tough economic times. Then, Harry Smith learns tips for handling kids and cash.

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Pigs at National Press Club

Pigs at National Press Club

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Obama on the Economy - Highlights

Obama on the Economy - Highlights

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Senator Dispute In Minn.

Minnesota is closer to filling its vacant U.S. Senate seat. A three-judge panel ruled that Democrat Al Franken topped incumbent Republican Norm Coleman. But Coleman isn't giving up. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Countdown To Tax Day Tips

Russ Mitchell spoke with H&R Block's Amy McAnarney about last minute tips for getting the highest tax refund.

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Meet Portuguese Water Dogs

Debbye Turner Bell spoke with Harry Smith about Portugese water dogs. The high energy breed is part of the working group.

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Rise Of Super Acne

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about a form of super acne that is difficult to treat and resistant to antibiotics.

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Mel Gibson's Costly Divorce

As Michelle Gielan reports, Mel Gibson's wife is filing for divorce after 29 years of marriage. Legal Analyst Lisa Bloom discussed the likely cost of the divorce.

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Huckaby May Face Rape Charges

As John Blackstone reports, suspected murderer Melissa Huckaby may also face charges of rape in the case of Sandra Cantu. Northeastern University's James Fox commented on the charges.

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Passenger Lands Plane

After a pilot suffered a heart attack in mid-air, a passenger was forced to land the plane with the help of traffic control. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Small Cars, Big Crashes

While small cars may save money on gas, they did not fare as well in crash tests. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Bill O'Reilly Takes On Pirates

Harry Smith spoke with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly about the Somali pirates, Caroline Kennedy and President Obama's new dog, Bo.

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Maersk Alabama Returns Home

The Maersk Alabama began the journey home after a standoff with Somali pirates. As Sheila MacVicar reports, President Obama is considering new action to cease piracy.

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Phil Spector Guilty Of Murder

Six years after being charged with second degree murder, rock legend Phil Spector was found guilty. Bill Whitaker reports. Legal analyst Lisa Bloom discussed the verdict.

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Morning Show Roundup 4/14/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/14/09

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Morning Show Roundup 4/14/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/14/09

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Umm... Running mate, Senator?

Umm... Running mate, Senator?

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Franken news conference

Franken news conference

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POLITICO Playback 4/14/09

POLITICO Playback 4/14/09

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Sec. Council Responds To Rocket Launch

The U.N. Security Council has responded to North Korea's recent rocket launch. "Up to the Minute" Contributor Frank Ucciardo explains.

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Obama's Reaction To Pirates A Victory

Some critics are heralding President Obama's quick reaction to the Somali pirate attack a victory for his administration. Maj. Mike Lyons (Ret.), a CBS News Military Analyst, weighs in on the President's decision.

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Public Strategies Inc. / POLITICO Poll

Public Strategies Inc. / POLITICO Poll

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Euro sends Slovak shoppers to border malls

Slovakia celebrated its entry into the euro zone at the beginning of the year, but locals there are already finding it pays to pay with another currency. Many of them travel across the border into neighbouring Hungary, where consumer goods are a lot cheaper.

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U.s.- This Land- Ohio Serenade

In Newark, Ohio, a shifting economic landscape impacts even the town's high school musicians.

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Martial arts for the elderly- yes we cane!

Elderly Americans are learning to defend themselves. Luckily for them, a certain martial art makes a weapon out of something that they usually have at hand - a walking stick. The benefits of cane-fu for the elderly are two fold, combining self-defense and exercize.

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Thai protesters end standoff with troops

Thailand protesters threatened with an army crackdown abandoned their three-week rally at the premier's office Tuesday, pulling the kingdom back from a potentially bloody showdown with troops.

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Video shows Dutch couple while hostage in Yemen

A Dutch couple has been released by Yemeni tribesmen after being held for two weeks in a remote part of the country. In a video received by Al Aan television and taken during their captivity, Jan Hoogendoorn and Heleen Janszen tell their hostage takers they have been treated well and assure them the incident has not affected their positive view of Yemen and its people.

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Glimmers' of hope, but US not out of woods- Obama

US President Barack Obama said Tuesday he saw "glimmers of hope" as America battles the deepest economic slump in generations but warned of painful choices and more deep job cuts to come.

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Colombia ex-hostage has harsh words for Betancourt

Clara Rojas, who was held hostage by FARC rebels for six years, has written a book describing fellow hostage Ingrid Betancourt in less-than-flattering terms. Rojas says that when she told Betancourt she was pregnant, the French-Colombian politician did not have the sisterly reaction she expected. Rojas was Betancourt's presidential campaign manager at the time of the kidnapping.

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Weekly Economic Insights- Job Market Still Worsening

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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Thai protesters abandon rally, vow to keep up fight

Thai anti-government protesters, threatened with a military offensive, abandoned a three-week rally at the prime minister's office on Tuesday, pulling the kingdom back from a potentially bloody showdown in the streets. But protesters say they will continue their fight.

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China urges Pyonyang to return to nuclear talks

China has called on North Korea to remain in six-nation nuclear disarmament talks, after Pyongyang said it would abandon the process in protest at a UN condemnation of its recent rocket launch. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu told reporters she hoped all sides could work together to make the process move forward.

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Vote offers few choices for India's Muslims

As the world’s most populous democracy prepares to go to the polls on Thursday, India’s largest minority is feeling increasingly marginalised by the political process. With no major party championing their concerns, many Muslims are questioning the significance of their vote.

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Royalty made of sand on French beach

Sand sculptures on the theme "Kings and Queens" have been carved out on the beach of Le Touquet in northwestern France. Some 130 artworks are on display until the end of August. Sculptors from around the world took part, using 2000 tons of sand in all.

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Politics- First 100 Days Edition

Reporters and editors from The New York Times discuss the Obama administration's first 100 days on MSNBC.

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