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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The Highest Honor

The University of Southern California awarded its highest honor to CBS News' Katie Couric by presenting her with the Walter Cronkite Award, for Excellence in Television Journalism for her 2008 interview with Gov. Sarah Palin.

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A (Surprise) Star Is Born

47-year-old Susan Boyle has never married and spent much of her adult life caring for her elderly mother. But now, as Mark Phillips reports, Boyle has gained fame as an overnight singing sensation.

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Foreclosure Frenzy Unfolds

Despite several potentially positive developments throughout the U.S. economy over the last several weeks, millions of American homes continue to face repossession, as Anthony Mason reports.

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The World Of Micro-Loans

The difference between prosperity and poverty could very well lie in what's called "micro-loans." As Daniel Sieberg reports, these loans are having a big impact on the more than 99 million borrowers.

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Extracting Taste Out Of Waste

Thousands of restaurants in San Francisco are donating their leftover food products to local farms in order to create compost for growing produce. John Blackstone reports from Glen Ellen, Calif.

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Pirate Attacks Continue

Somali pirates have once again attacked an American cargo ship off the coast of Africa. But this time, as Jeff Glor reports, the bandits were unsuccessful due to the interference of the U.S. Navy.

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Homegrown Threats

The Department of Homeland Security is starting to take a closer look at right-wing extremists groups that are steadily on the rise during this economic downturn. Bob Orr reports.

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Don't Tread On Me

From Boston to San Diego, close to 750 tax day "tea parties" were held in protest against higher taxes and government spending. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Notebook- Anti-Tax Tea Parties

Well over two hundred years after the infamous Boston Tea Party, grassroots events have emerged throughout the nation in protest of taxes. Maggie Rodriguez discusses this resurgence.

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Get Rich Tips From Blogger

Ramit Sethi is a blogger and author of "I Will Teach You To Be Rich." He spoke with Maggie Rodriguez on money-saving tips. Also, Bianca Solorzano reports on how Sethi helped a few San Franciscans with their budgets.

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A 'Green' Dinner Party

Katie Lee Joel shares recipes with Maggie Rodriguez that expound on all things green from fresh vegetables to frugal tips.

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Coolest Small Towns

Nina Willdorf from Budget Travel magazine explains to Harry Smith, the cool factor of Main streets across the USA.

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Tea Party protest

Tea Party protest

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Rain, Tea Dominate DC Tax Protest

On a rainy tax day, hundreds of protesters gathered across the street from the White House to voice their displeasure at taxes and government spending.

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Tea bag or suspicious package?

Tea bag or suspicious package?

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Tea Party - Fox Coverage

Tea Party - Fox Coverage

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Tea Party - Fox Coverage

Tea Party - Fox Coverage

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Wednesday's Gibbs and Takes

Wednesday's Gibbs and Takes

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Marie Gets All DWTS On Harry

Marie Osmond got Harry Smith off the sofa to take a turn on the dance floor, ending with dipping "The Early Show" anchor to show that her "Dancing With The Stars" stint was more than just fun.

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Bo Makes White House Debut

The White House press corps fawned over the Obama family's first pet, reports Dr. Debbye Turner-Bell who brought some treats for Bo, also suggesting a leash for the Obama's to help train him.

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Lindsay Lohan Spoofs Herself

Actress Lindsay Lohan spoofed herself in a mock eHarmony personals ad video made for actor Will Ferrell's FunnyorDie.com.

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Marie Osmond On Life

Marie Osmond wrote "Might As Well Laugh About It Now," a biography about growing up with men, and life on television. Also, she takes Harry Smith for a spin on "The Early Show"

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Puppy Proofing The White House

Debbye Turner Bell demonstrated some great pet products for training, playing and puppy proofing.

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Swimsuit Sexy Skin

InStyle Magazine's Amy Synnott-D'Annibale spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about how to get ready for swimsuit season with sexy tan skin.

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Eliot Spitzer on Morning Joe

Eliot Spitzer on Morning Joe

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Obama on Taxes

Obama on Taxes

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Church Worker Confounds Cowell

Timid looking Susan Boyle, an unemployed church worker in her late 40s, belted her way into the hearts of millions after singing "I Dreamed A Dream" on "Britain's Got Talent," reports Mark Phillips.

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Facebook Linked To Flunking?

According to a new study Facebook users average a G.P.A. one point lower than non-users. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Pirates Wage New Attack

The Maersk Alabama crew heads back to U.S. soil as details unfold of another pirate attack on a U.S. ship, reports Sheila MacVicar. Harry Smith speaks to a parent whose son is on that ship.

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Ron Paul on getting tricked by Bruno

Ron Paul on getting tricked by Bruno

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Maersk Family Members Speak

Jerry Quinn, brother of Maersk crew Ken Quinn, tells Harry Smith about what his brother went through when Somali pirates attacked the Maersk Alabama.

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Death Penalty In Cantu Case?

Melissa Huckaby may get the death penalty if found guilty in the murder of Sandra Cantu. Forensic Psychiatrist Michael Welner spoke on a possible insanity plea.

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Drug Heals Broken Bones

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about a drug known for treating osteoporosis that has been found to heal broken bones.

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Rise In Hate Groups

Harry Smith spoke with Poverty Law Center founder Morris Dees about the 50 percent rise in American hate groups since 2000.

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Morning Show Roundup 4/15/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/15/09

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POLITICO Podcast- Russell Simmons

POLITICO Podcast: Russell Simmons

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POLITICO Playback 4/15/09

POLITICO Playback 4/15/09

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Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

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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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Camel whisperer teaches Bedouin new tricks

Yonni Sharir can talk to camels. His unique way of taming and training these resilient animals in the remote Negev Desert of southern Israel has found favour with the local Bedouin who now pay good money for them. Some though are jealous of his skills.

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Front- World | Asia Pacific- A Man's World

After three decades of war, Afghanistan is one of the world's widow capitals. They are ridiculed as prostitutes when they go shopping, and many are unable to rent their own homes.

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French fishermen blockade Channel ports

A blockade by French fishermen angry at EU quotas cut ferry links with Britain for a second day Wednesday. A French court ordered the fishing fleets to lift their blockade of Boulogne and Calais or face heavy fines for each hour of lost business for the ports, according to a lawyer acting for French and British ferry companies.

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Americans Relatively OK About Taxes Bill This Year

Nearly half (46%) of Americans say the amount of federal income taxes they have to pay is "too high," down compared to years past. A majority (61%) also say the amount of income tax they have to pay is fair.

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Susan Boyle Full Audition

Singer Susan Boyle wows the judges on Brittain's Got Talent with her voice and spunk

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Tax Day becomes Protest Day

Americans in all 50 states are holding rallies on Thursday -- the day US tax returns are due -- to protest higher taxes and what they denounce as out-of-control government spending.

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Flak jackets hit the catwalk

Bullet proof clothing is all the rage in Mexico, but it's more than just flak jackets. It's high fashion.

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Prize-winning Egyptian novel drums up controversy

Youssef Ziedan's new novel "Beelzebub" has won praise from critics -- who awarded it this year's Arabic-language equivalent of the Booker Prize -- but also criticism from Egypt's Coptic community.

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Flak jackets hit the catwalk

Bullet proof clothing is all the rage in Mexico, but it's more than just flak jackets. It's high fashion.

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French fishermen blockade Channel ports

A flotilla of French fishing boats are blockadong the main Channel ports in a protest against fishing quotas, cutting off ferry services to Britain. The unions are demanding that European fishing quotas be increased, notably for cod. But the French fisheries ministry says cod quotas have already been boosted by 30 percent for 2009 compared to the previous year.

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France increases aid to Haiti to 30 millions euros for 2009

The French Secretary of State for Human Rights, Rama Yade announced in a press conference in Washington on Tuesday that France will increase its total aid to Haiti to 30 million euros (40 million dollars) for 2009.

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