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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Bob McDonnell for Governor



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Andy's Tip For The IRS

Ever get the feeling you're paying more than your fair share of taxes? Andy Rooney offers a tip for the IRS on how they can get tax cheaters without the government spending a dime.

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Blood Brothers Revisited

Brothers Cayetano and Francisco Ordonez are part of an illustrious bullfighting dynasty in Spain. As Bob Simon reports, they're creating just as much drama outside the ring as in it.

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Columbine- 10 Years Later

10 years ago, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris went on a shooting rampage that left 15, including themselves, dead and, as Mark Strassmann reports, it became a defining moment in U.S. history.

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More Than Junk Science

When first presented in 1989 cold fusion was quickly dismissed as junk science. But, as Scott Pelley reports, there's renewed buzz among scientists that cold fusion could lead to monumental breakthroughs in energy production.

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A Different Kind Of Pirate

U.S. maritime academies are reforming their training programs in an effort to combat 21st century pirates in possession of high-powered speedboats and automatic weapons. Jeff Glor reports.

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The Last Bank Standing

With a national debt 10 times greater than its economy, Iceland's collapse was the fastest in history. As Sheila MacVicar reports, one bank survived and its founders are breaking stereotypes.

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Tax Credits For Going Green

For many Americans "going green" is becoming more cost effective, with the government offering tax credits and rebates for homes that are more energy efficient. Michelle Miller reports.

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The 401k Fallout

Checked your 401k lately? The recent financial collapse has devastated this retirement resource. Older workers are hardest hit, as their financial futures may now be at risk. Steve Kroft reports.

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Reaching Out For Unity

President Obama winds up his time during the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad with a call for greater progress in relations with Cuba and Venezuela. Bill Plante reports.

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Banks Go On The Offensive

Many banks are starting to take aim at customers who are falling behind on payments by increasing fees and credit card rates, much to the chagrin of the White House. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Cuba And The Road Ahead

Jeff Greenfield offers analysis on the future of relations between the U.S. and Cuba as well as what it will take for both sides to come together and create a peaceful relationship.

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Rep. Eric Cantor is 'Dr. No'

Democrats in Washington call him Dr. No. Republican hail him as the new face in GOP leadership. He is Rep. Eric Cantor, the 5th term Congressman from Richmond, Va. Rita Braver reports.

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Exonerated

The day innocent people are released from prison brings attention to the wrongly convicted. Kelly Cobiella examines what happens after innocent people are freed.

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Hallmark Hall Of Fame

For nearly 60 years, the Hallmark Hall of Fame has entertained viewers with award-winning programming. Correspondent Cynthia Bowers takes a look at why it s been such a success.

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Face The Nation, 4.19.09

Harry Smith spoke with White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod about President Obama's meeting with Latin American leaders and Gov. Ed Rendell and the NRA debate "assault weapons."

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Debate Over 'Assault Weapons'

Harry Smith spoke with Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell and the National Rifle Association's Wayne LaPierre who debated American gun control laws.

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Latin American Diplomacy

Harry Smith spoke with White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod about President Obama's recent meeting with Latin American leaders and the status of America's banks.

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Sunday Show Highlights

Sunday Show Highlights

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Ensign calls Obama 'irresponsible'

Ensign calls Obama 'irresponsible'

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Axelrod on the handshake

Axelrod on the handshake

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Boehner- 'It's almost comical'

Boehner: 'It's almost comical'

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Summers outlines economic plan

Summers outlines economic plan

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Rahm offers to work with GOP

Rahm offers to work with GOP

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Hayden worried about memo release

Hayden worried about memo release

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Napolitano- 'We need to act now'

Napolitano: 'We need to act now'

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South Africa's slums grow despite housing drive

Millions of South Africans still live in shanty towns despite promises to solve the country's housing crisis. Nearly three million new homes have been built but too often with scant regard for the needs of the people affected.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- A Better-Looking Drive

Annika Sorenstam shows Bill Pennington how to drive the ball further.

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Tokyo pushes green for Games

Inspectors from the International Olympic Committee ended their tour of Tokyo on Sunday. The city is one of several being considered for the 2016 Games. Tokyo is the only one of the candidates to have hosted the Summer Games before. The event in 1964 helped Japan become an economic superpower, but now in a new century, it's not the economy, but the environment which the city is pushing. A

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Vows- Vows- Monica & Daniel

Monica Estrada, a production assistant from Texas, and Daniel Browne, a firefighter from Queens, talk about meeting in Manhattan.

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Cubans welcome President Obama's overtures

US President Barack Obama has said he is ready to talk with the Cuban government on a "wide range of issues." This new tone is raising expectations of a possible rapprochement with Cuba. In Havana, Cubans welcome the latest developments.

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Preview of major art auction

The modern art collection of French film director, Gerard Oury will go on sale Monday. It includes many major works which have never been put on the market before, including 60 pieces by French painter, Raoul Dufy, as well as works by Pablo Picasso and other big names of twentieth century art.

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ANC holds massive pre-election rally

More than 100,000 ANC supporters on Sunday feted an anticipated victory in Wednesday's South African elections, electrified by the presence of Nelson Mandela and presidential favourite Jacob Zuma. The party is expected to win the upcoming elections with about 60 percent of the vote, despite what analysts are calling its toughest opposition challenge ever.

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Obama attends Summit of the Americas

US President Barack Obama's worldwide popularity was in evidence Saturday at a Summit of the Americas in Trinidad, when Latin American leaders jostled to have a photo taken with him. Also, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a longtime critic of the United States, offered a book with a pointed theme Saturday to US President Barack Obama.

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