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Monday, April 20, 2009

Lessons From Columbine

Five survivors of the brutal attacks at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., returned to the school to teach. Mark Strassmann reports.

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FBI Investigates Rep. Murtha

As the FBI continues its investigation into campaign contributions to Rep. John Murtha, the powerful lawmaker continues making new earmark requests. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.

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Obama's Budget Cuts

The president ordered $100 million in administrative budget cuts to help close what he called a "confidence gap" with Americans. Many Republicans think he needs to do better. Chip Reid reports.

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Plastic Equals Problem

Banks are facing huge losses on consumer's credit card debt, up nearly in 2008. As Anthony Mason reports, they're increasing credit card fees and rates to stop the hemorrhaging.

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Katrina- A Man-Made Disaster?

A controversial man-made channel in New Orleans may have led to the drowning of the city. Six plaintiffs are suing the federal government for constructing it. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Polo Horses' Mysterious Death

21 horses mysteriously died over the weekend, at the International Polo Club in Palm Beach, Fla. As Kelly Cobiella reports, it is now known the horses were exposed to a toxic substance.

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The Fight To Free Roxana

As the U.S. demands the release of a U.S. journalist jailed in Iran, details of her trial have raised suspicion, even to some Iranian officials, including Iran's president. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Politics of Earth Day

On the eve of the 39th Earth Day, CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford looks at the thorny politics of climate change legislation.

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Notebook- Columbine Remembered

As flags stood at half staff in Colorado to honor those who died in the Columbine shooting, Katie Couric discusses the triumph of the survivors and of the community.

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Crawford's Video Trail Mix- The Politics of Earth Day

On the eve of the 39th Earth Day, CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford looks at the thorny politics of climate change legislation.

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Wuerker a finalist for Pulitzer

Wuerker a finalist for Pulitzer

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Steele responds to Axelrod

Steele responds to Axelrod

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Saving Dogs Lives

An OR dog has a new leash on life, thanks to a non-profit organization. A coffee shop is donating all of their proceeds to help dog owners pay for expensive surgeries. KVAL's Molly Blancett reports.

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Obama Meets With Cabinet

In the first formal meeting with his Cabinet, President Obama emphasized his administration's focus on fiscal responsibility.

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Obama Eyes Budget Cuts

Three months after taking office, President Obama is meeting with his cabinet for the first time. He's asking his top advisers to slash millions from their budgets. Joel Brown reports.

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Loaded- The Oracle

Oracle will aquire Sun Microsystems, Don Henley files a lawsuit over YouTube, and OMG, it's a new T-Mobile Sidekick!

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American Locked Up In Iran

The former Miss North Dakota, Roxana Saberi who has been working in Iran as a freelance journalist, has been convicted of spying for America. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Steele responds to Axelrod

Steele responds to Axelrod

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Obama reassures CIA

Obama reassures CIA

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Monday's Gibbs and Takes

Monday's Gibbs and Takes

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Attempted Pirate Attack

CBS News RAW: NATO forces foiled a pirate attack on a Norwegian tanker in the Gulf of Aden. Pirates attempted to capture the tanker and were apprehended hours later.

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Obama's Cabinet Meets

Obama's Cabinet Meets

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Preen Green

Buying makeup is hard enough, but buying 'green' makeup is even harder. Julie Chen speaks with author, Summer Rayne Oakes about the natural makeup alternatives.

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Search For 'Craigslist Killer'

Police linked three crimes in two states to a man known as the "craigslist killer." Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Whopper Of A Change

Fast food restaurants are making their menu's much healthier. Harry Smith speaks with nutritionist, Tanya Zuckerbrot about how healthy these new additions really are.

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13-Year-Old Strip Searched

The NCLU is suing a school for strip searching a 13-year-old girl. The Supreme Court will hear the case and their decision will set national precedent. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Love Rules

Relationships can always be tricky, especially in today's age with new technologies. Harry Smith speaks with contributing editors from Men's Health and Women's Health.

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Remembering Columbine

Ten years ago the nation was stunned by the worst high school shooting in U.S. history. Mark Strassmann reports from Columbine High. Harry Smith speaks with two survivors.

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401(k) Fee Fury

CBSmoneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger spoke with Julie Chen about the hidden fees on a 401(k).

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Coffee Lowers Stroke Risk

A new study found that daily coffee consumption reduces the risk of stroke. Julie Chen spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about the other health benefits of coffee.

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Southern Storms Leave Two Dead

Storms in Ala. left two people dead and a trail of devastation in its wake. WHNT-TV's Robert Reeves reports.

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'Sumdog' Star For Sale?

News OF The World reports that the father of the 9-year-old star of Academy award-winning "Slumdog Millionaire" attempted to sell her for $300,000. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Keeping Our Enemies Closer?

Controversial new video shows President Obama in an extended conversation with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Bill Plante reports. Dee Dee Myers and Dana Perino discussed the video.

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Susan Boyle's Young Competition

A young competitor wowed the "Britain's Got Talent" judges with his surprising voice, in the same way that internet sensation Susan Boyle did.

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Obama Meets Chavez

Obama Meets Chavez

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The Chavez Handshake

The Chavez Handshake

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POLITICO Playback 4/20/09

POLITICO Playback 4/20/09

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Gingrich- "It does matter to the world"

Gingrich: "It does matter to the world"

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Starting a Small Business

Many people are seduced by the dream of owning their own business. Stephanie AuWerter, contributing editor for SmartMoney.com, offers some tips on how to start your own small business.

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Obama leaves Summit of the Americas

US President Barack Obama left Trinidad and Tobago Sunday for the United States after attending a three-day summit in which he pledged a "new era" in relations with Latin America.

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From South Bronx to Brussels, a graffiti artist goes global

Fondation Cartier in Paris is hosting a major exhibition on graffiti art opening this week, including works by Bronx-born graffiti star Koor. Born in the South Bronx and now based in Brussels, graffiti and rap artist Koor is living proof that street art has gone global, no longer just for urban walls but also canvasses in art galleries, collectors' homes and even museums. AFPTV spends a day with Koor in the not-so-mean streets of the Belgian capital.

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Obama "did not change anything", Al-Qaeda says

The second-ranking leader of the Al-Qaeda network, Ayman al-Zawahiri, said in a new video that US President Barack Obama "did not change anything" in the Muslims' perception of the United States.

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The World Digital Library opens its virtual doors

The World Digital Library, an enormous online collection of digital reproductions of original documents from libraries the world over, is being launched this week. The project is sponsored by UNESCO and brings together materials from 26 partner institutions in 19 countries and was the brain-child of US Librarian of Congress, James Billington.

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World- Russia's Bridge to Nowhere

In 2012, tiny Russki Island, in Russia's Far East, will host the Asian-Pacific Economic Summit. In preparation for the event, the Kremlin is building one of the world's longest suspension bridges.

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Health- Dana Jennings

Having both experienced serious illnesses, Dana Jennings and his son, Owen, have created a bond that is much different from what they have with the rest of their family.

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U.s.- Odyssey of the Newly Uninsured

When Danna Walker was laid off, her family lost its health coverage. Now she's in a race against time to find coverage for her son, whose testicular cancer is in remission.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Style Wars'

A. O. Scott reviews the 1982 documentary about rap, break-dancing and graffiti that found beauty in New York City's bad old days.

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Health- Central Park Jogger Still Running

After 20 years, the Central Park Jogger is still running.

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Business- Caulk, Foam and Insulation

In an effort to make his home more energy efficient, Tom Zeller Jr., editor of the Green Inc blog, has his house sealed against outdoor air and improves his attic with a new blanket of insulation.

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Science- Galileo's Telescope

Galileo Gelilei's 400-year-old telescope arrived at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia from its home in Florence, Italy.

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Sports- A Foregone Conclusion?

Can any team stop the Lakers and Cavaliers from meeting in the Finals? The Times's William C. Rhoden and Jonathan Abrams break down the playoffs.

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Americans Adjust Retirement Outlook

Less than half of Americans (42%) expect to rely on a retirement savings account as a major source of income when they retire, the lowest number recorded in Gallup history.

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Apartments in New York are a "steal"

Buying an apartment in New York City is a bargain? The city’s once-soaring real estate market continues to suffer. According to several real estate agencies, housing costs have plummeted by about 40% in the past year.

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Cannes gears up for low-frills festival

The 62nd Cannes film festival next month is set to be a more low-key affair than usual. Budgets have been cut and orders scaled down, but not everyone is affected by the current economic climate. The prestigious Hotel Martinez has still managed to fill all 412 of its rooms.

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Iran president triggers racism conference walkout

An international conference on racism fell into disarray on Monday as Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad launched a verbal onslaught against Israel, triggering a mass walkout and a furious rebuke from the head of the UN. The meeting has already been boycotted by several Western countries such as the United States and Australia, as well as Israel.

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Crisis reaches South Africa’s miners

South Africa’s mining industry is feeling the heat of the financial crisis. It’s thought as many as five million people depend on the platinum business which -- because of its reliance on the car manufacturing –- is now facing heavy job losses.

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Canadian crew foils Somali pirate attack

A Canadian warship, the Winnipeg, helped chase down pirates off Somalia who had tried to attack a Norwegian tanker. The frigate pursued the pirate ship for seven hours after the British vessel scared it away from the 80,000-ton tanker on Saturday. The pirates were finally caught early Sunday after throwing their weapons overboard. After being questioned, they were released because they were outside Canada's jurisdiction and NATO has no mandate to make arrests.

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Made in Morocco

A new wave of fashion designers is breaking the mould in Morocco. They blend traditional dresses like the caftan with more revealing, figure-hugging styles.

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Automakers compete to tap into China's market

Carmakers from China and around the world unveiled their latest products Monday at the Shanghai auto show. The razzle dazzle on show here contrasted with recent, more sober US exhibitions.

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Modigliani portraits and nudes in Germany retrospective

Amedeo Modigliani counts as one of the most important painters of the 20th century, marking art history especially with his iconic portraits and nudes, which caused scandal during his lifetime. The German Art and Exhibition Hall in the former capital Bonn is hosting a major retrospective of the prolific Italian painter who died at just 35 after a life in the fast lane.

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Major modern art collection goes under the hammer

The modern art collection of French film director Gerard Oury is going under the hammer. It is made up of many major works which have never been put on the market before, including 80 pieces by French painter Raoul Dufy.

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