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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Behind the Scenes at Fine & Raw Chocolate

Warning: The video you are about to see contains subject matter that may cause uncontrollable cravings and drooling. We blame — and credit — Daniel Sklaar, the charming South African-turned-Brooklynite behind Fine & Raw Chocolate, who kindly agreed to take us behind the scenes as he makes his legendary bonbons. Everything he makes is 100% natural and vegan. You can buy it all online at fineandraw.com.

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Daring Pursuit On The High Seas

Capt. Adam Thomson, public affairs officer with the Canadian Forces, recounts a daring pursuit and interception of Somali pirates who were attempting to hijack the Norweigan vessel, Front Ardens.

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Torture Officials Not Immune

Pres. Obama made it clear that Bush administration officials who approved harsh interrogation tactics on terror suspects may face prosecution. Bob Orr reports.

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An Unlikely Suspect

An arrest has been made in the "Craigslist Murder" and the man in custody is an unlikely suspect. As Daniel Sieberg reports, he's a medical student with a clean record but detectives say he did it.

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Can Baby Boomers Retire?

Millions of baby boomers are starting to consider retirement, but it couldn't come at a worse time. As Ben Tracy reports, it's becoming more and more difficult for older Americans to find work.

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Strip Searching In Schools

How far can school officials go to keep drugs out of the classroom? A school in Arizona is accused of going too far for strip searching a young girl. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Spy Hackers Breach

Defense Secretary Robert Gates sat down for an interview with Katie Couric and was asked about a Wall Street Journal report that computer spies stole secret information about the F-35.

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Bringing Pirates To Justice

Abdiwali Muse is the first person to be charged with piracy in the U.S. in more than a century. The charge falls under an obscure federal law that dates back to 1819. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Losing Bailout Money To Fraud?

Ever since taxpayer money was handed out to U.S. banks, the question has been "where did the money go?" TARP warns that one out of ten bailout dollars could be lost to fraud. Chip Reid reports.

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MoneyWatch

Investigations were launched into the bank bailout fund, Treasury Secretary Geithner got grilled on Capitol Hill, and investors were disappointed by profit reports. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Craigslist Safety

As the alleged Craigslist killer sits in jail in Boston, Katie Couric says the online personals should be monitored by the Web site and approached with caution by users.

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Obama, Clinton plant trees

Obama, Clinton plant trees

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Obama On Bush Interrogations

CBS News RAW: President Obama is leaving the door open to possible prosecution of Bush administration officials who created excessive interrogation tactics.

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Russian Easter Broadcasted

More than 20 years after Mikhail Gorbachev lifted the ban on broadcasting religious events, the annual Easter ceremony of the Russian Orthodox Church was televised live. Dave Grout reports.

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Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

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Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

Tuesday's Gibbs and Takes

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Obama signs national service bill

Obama signs national service bill

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Too Heavy To Leave Home

A Fort Worth, Texas woman who suffers from diabetes is a prisoner in her home because of her weight, which she estimates to be 700 pounds. KTVT's Joel Thomas reports.

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Video Game Addictions

Dr. Jennifer Ashton talks to Harry Smith about the signs for children who spend too much time playing videos.

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Loaded- VP of Twitter affairs

Google launches a slew of products at once (as usual), the United Nations Library goes online, and we explore how to get a job doing nothing but tweeting.

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Obama presents trophy to Navy Midshipmen

Obama presents Commander in Chief Trophy to Navy Midshipmen

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Soft Addiction Solution

Judith Wright, author of "The Soft Addiction Solution" talks to Julie Chen about how certain habits such as Facebook use or consumption of sweets may hide deeper psychological needs.

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Cheney on CIA memos

Cheney on CIA memos

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Julie Chen's Big Announcement

The Early Show co-anchor and host of "Big Brother" announced that she is expecting her first child and talks about the changes in her life that pregnancy has already delivered.

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Somali Pirate In N.Y. Court

Wali-I-Musi, the lone surviving Somali pirate, is in a New York court to face the first piracy charges against the U.S. in more than 100 years, reports Michelle Gielan.

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Green Fact Vs. Fiction

Harry Smith gets quizzed by Jeffrey Hollender, host of "Big Green Planet" and president of Seventh Generation products, on what people can do to be more environmentally friendly.

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The Rock

The Rock

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Miss Calif. Irks Perez Hilton

An "insensitive" response to a question on same-sex marriage posed by Miss USA judge Perez Hilton likely sunk the contestant from California, reports Julie Chen, who also spoke to Perez Hilton live.

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Insurance Assurance

Julie Chen spoke with CBSMoneyWatch.com's Jill Schlesinger about how to make sure your life insurance plan is secure.

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Obama talks interrogation memos

Obama talks interrogation memos

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Obama and Abdullah talk Mid East Policy

Obama and Abdullah talk Mid East Policy

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Selling Online Expertise

Some experts sell their knowledge on the internet through advice articles. Daniel Sieberg reports. Harry Smith spoke with Liveperson.com's Robert LoCasicio about how to get involved.

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How To Fall In Love 101

A Calif. college professor is teaching students about intimacy and how to fall in love. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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POLITICO's Erika Lovley on Hill bulge

POLITICO's Erika Lovley on Hill bulge

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Craigslist Killer Charged

Phil Markoff, a 22-year-old medical student, was under police surveillance before being arrested in Boston for the murder of Julissa Brisman. Harry Smith talks to Markoff's former classmate.

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President's Credit Crackdown

President Obama threatened to team up with Congress to protect consumers from hidden credit card company fees and rate hikes. Chip Reid reports.

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Julie Chen's Big Announcement

The Early Show co-anchor and host of "Big Brother" announced that she is expecting her first child and talks about the changes in her life that pregnancy has already delivered.

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Toxic Assets Wreck Wall St.

Many banks are expected to fail the "stress test," leading the market into a tumble, reports Priya David. Julie Chen talks to financial manager Art Cashin.

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Cantu Case Shocker

Melissa Huckaby is suspected of murder in the Sandra Cantu case and may now be linked in the kidnapping of another young girl. KOBR's David Begnaud reports.

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Silent Heart Attacks

Julie Chen spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about a new study that claims silent heart attacks are more prevalent than once thought.

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Brownback on Hill- "He lied to my face"

Brownback on Hill: "He lied to my face"

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Morning Show Roundup 4/21/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/21/09

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Lieberman- "Release of the memos was a bad idea"

Lieberman: "Release of the memos was a bad idea"

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POLITICO Playback 4/21/09

POLITICO Playback 4/21/09

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Diplomats Walk Out From UN Conference

After Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comments on Israel at Monday's UN Conference on Racism, many diplomats protested and walked out. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk weighs in.

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Tough Times Add Stress To Marriages

Tough financial times can spell disaster for an unstable marriage. Dr. Mel Schwartz, author and Psychotherapist, has some tips for keeping your marriage afloat through thick and thin.

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Cheney on Chavez and Obama's Foreign Policy

Cheney on Chavez and Obama's Foreign Policy

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Lara Logan Interview

Lara Logan Interview

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On Sumatra, human-animal competition for space turns deadly

Attacks by wild tigers and elephants on humans on the Indonesian island of Sumatra are on the rise and conservationists say the phenomenon is caused by the destruction of their natural habitat.

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South Africa’s rainbow dream, still a dream

A generation after the end of apartheid, South Africa's rainbow nation dream is far from being realised. Blacks, whites and coloureds may work together but they largely return home to separate parts of town.

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France's coastal communities cope with beach erosion

With the summer holidays, just two months away, many beach towns in France are preparing for the high season. But, these communities are under siege. Climate change is dramatically speeding up the erosion of the coast, and locals have had to come up with innovative solutions to the problem.

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Guinea Bissau fends off foreign fishermen

The West African nation of Guinea Bissau, one of the poorest in the world, uses its seas as a primary resource, but intensive fishing is depleting the country's reserves and ravaging the environment.

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City Room- The Blessing (and Sinning) of the Bikes

More than one hundred cyclists gathered at New York City's Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine for the annual blessing of the bikes. A few cyclists confessed their bicycling sins as well.

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West Virginia woman wins the goldman environmental prize

Maria Gunnoe, a 40-year-old West Virginian, is a winner of this year's Goldman Prize for Environmental Activism, for taking on powerful American coal mining companies.

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Weekly Economic Insights- Job Outlook Improves

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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Racism declaration is 'answer' to Ahmadinejad

The final declaration of the United Nations conference on racism was adopted by consensus on Tuesday, with the UN calling the declaration an "answer" to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's tirade against Israel.

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French police round up 200 migrants in Calais swoop

French police on Tuesday detained around 200 undocumented migrants, many of them Afghans, in a major operation in the Channel port of Calais.

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New French 'boss-napping' at US-owned auto supplier

French workers at a US-owned auto parts supplier are holding two managers inside their plant, in the latest case of "boss-napping". The workers at Molex, in Villemur-sur-Tarn in Southern France, barricaded the two executives -- a female human resources director and the factory's deputy manager -- inside the compound on Monday afternoon. They are protesting layoffs and the planned closure of the plant.

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Fears grow for Sri Lankan civilians as civil war reaches endgame

The civil war in Sri Lanka could be reaching its final stages, after two senior officers from the rebel Tamil Tigers surrendured to government forces, and the UN Security Council called on others to lay down their arms. But as the area under rebel control gets ever smaller, the number of civilians displaced or wounded grows. Footage of civilian casualties in rebel-held territory, made available by an aid organisation widely seen as a front for the Tamil Tigers.

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Sick in Gaza struggle to find medical attention

Israel has kept Gaza sealed off from all but humanitarian aid for nearly two years. The results have been devastating for the territory, in particular for those needing medical attention.

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Israel marks Holocaust day with silence

Israel came to a standstill for two minutes on Tuesday to mark the death of six million Jews in the Holocaust. In parliament, the names of victims were read out in the presence of politicians, while passersby remained immobile in the streets and drivers parked their cars and came out to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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