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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Capt. Phillips, American Icon

After being rescued from Somali pirates by the U.S. Navy, Captain Richard Phillips has returned to his hometown of Underhill, Vermont as a national hero. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Canadian Banks, Eh?

In this "Weekend Journal," Jeff Glor examines the still successful Canadian banking industry, which has prospered despite an ongoing worldwide economic crisis.

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Tough Economy Tough For Grads

In the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, millions of college students who will graduate this spring are now facing very bleak job prospects. Priya David reports from Washington.

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U.S., Cuban Relations Improve

Pres. Obama and Cuban officials are trying to end decades-long animosities. Michelle Miller reports on reactions from both communities. CBS News political analyst John Dickerson provides analysis.

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Obama At Trinidad Summit

While addressing major political leaders from Latin America in Trinidadd, Pres. Obama pushed for a fresh start between the U.S. and nations from this region. Bill Plante reports.

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Don't Chuck It! Eat It!

During this economic crisis, throwing out food which has not yet spoiled can be a wasteful and cost prohibitive action. Prevention Magazine editor Rebekah George offers tips on cutting down on waste.

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Trash Or Treasure?

An appraiser on the PBS "Antiques Roadshow," Reyne Haines tells Erica Hill how some old collectibles can bring in some big bucks during this recession.

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Under The Radar, 04.18.09

Erica Hill and Jeff Glor go under the "Under The Radar," showcasing some weird and wild headlines you can't miss. A high school student breaks a record with Rubik's cubes and a young boy busts a move.

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Spring Into Delicious Recipes

Patricia Williams from New York's Nios restaurant, and this week's "Chef On A Shoestring," springs into this warm season with a delicious medley, including bacon meatloaf and a strawberry shortcake.

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Rockers Shinedown Get Acoustic

Florida-based band Shinedown has gained a strong following among rock listeners. The group performs an acoustic version of their song, "Second Chance" at the Second Cup Caf .

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Detroit Youth Search For Jobs

With mostly negative news surrounding the current economy, Jeff Glor speaks with USA Today s Laura Ashburn about a Silver Lining in Detroit, where a program aims to find work for young people.

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9 'Must-Buys' For 2009

While spare cash may be hard to come by in the midst of this global recession, Jill Schlesinger shows Erica Hill some great products available at bargain prices which can't be beat.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- My Personal Foreign Aid Program

Columnist Nicholas D. Kristof travels to the Dominican Republic to meet a young boy he sponsors through Plan USA, an international development organization.

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Magazine- Pizza at Home

Jill Santopietro, chef and recipe tester for The New York Times, shows how easy it is to make pizza at home in her little New York City kitchen.

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