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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Apparent Suicide At Freddie Mac

Few companies have struggled more in this economy than Freddie Mac and today came stunning news. A top official who'd been working to keep the company in business apparently took his own life. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Going Green, Peruvian Style

In celebration of Earth Day, Daniel Sieberg reports from Lima, Peru, where a creative means of washing clothes with environmentally-friendly technology is being implemented.

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If You Build It...

He didn't come from a particularly religious family, but 6-year-old Mackintyre Garton was determined to construct a full size church. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Rethinking Retirement

Many Americans are outraged as they have witnessed much of their 401k retirement investments dwindle dramatically during this recession. As Jim Axelrod reports, banking corruption may be to blame.

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The Secrets Of Abu Ghraib

The Senate Armed Services Committee has released a new report which details a paper trail from the Abu Ghraib scandal, leading from low ranking soldiers to the Pentagon. David Martin reports.

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Taliban Takeover In Pakistan

There is growing worldwide concern over the current state of troubled Pakistan, as Taliban militant forces continue to gain control of more and more of that nation's territory. Lara Logan reports.

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Clues In Craigslist Crimes

Police say there is more evidence linking accused Craiglist killer Philip Markoff to his alleged victims. Police found items belonging to the victims in Markoff's apartment. Kelly Wallace reports.

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D.C. On Obama Torture Remarks

There is debate among high-ranking Washington politicians over President Obama's comments that Bush administration officials may face charges for torture interrogation techniques. Chip Reid reports.

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MoneyWatch

GM can't make their debt payment by June 1, Freddie Mac's Chief Financial Officer was found dead at his home, and the world economy is expected to shrink this year. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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New Hope For Dystonia Patients

Dystonia is a rare disorder that causes patients to lose control over their movements, but a new surgery is helping them get their lives back. Drew Levinson reports.

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The Anthonys Want Answers

Cindy Anthony, grandmother of Caylee Anthony, revealed exclusively to Maggie Rodriguez that she, as well as her husband, has contemplated suicide.

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Notebook- Earth Day

As President Obama pitched his energy plan in Iowa and the debate continued about whether to clean up the environment or the economic mess, Katie Couric says that Earth Day feels like Groundhog Day.

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Conservatives on Earth Day

Earth Day

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Loaded- OMG! We

It's the new T-Mobile Sidekick! We'll show it to you up close. We also have lots of Microsoft news for a change and some information about the upcoming iPhone 3G.

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The Incredible Skillet

Cook's Illustrated's Chris Kimball, a contributor to "The Best Skillet Recipes" book, shows Julie Chen how one skillet can cook baked ziti, a pizza, even a blueberry pie.

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Contradiction on torture memo hearings

Another contradiciton on torture memo hearings

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POLITICO Interview- Usher

POLITICO Interview: Usher

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Zelikow- Memo was "inconvenient"

Zelikow: Memo was "inconvenient"

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Hillary greens diplomacy

Hillary Greens to State Dept.

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Obama on Clean Energy in Newton, Iowa

Obama on Clean Energy in Newton, Iowa

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Hot Microphone at CNBC

Hot Microphone at CNBC

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Coral Reef Alert For Earth Day

For Earth Day, Dave Price dives into an unseen dying habitat that is crucial for the food chain.

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Doc Claims 2nd Human Cloning

The Discovery Channel documented a controversial fertility doctor claiming to have given women cloned embryos, but none that resulted in pregnancy, reports Sheila MacVicar.

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Mobile Kids' Health Care Unit

The recession has affected kids' parents who can't afford health care, so Children's Health Fund is going across the U.S. with a mobile health care unit. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Dr. Irwin Redlener.

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It's Easy Being Green

Renovation Nation host Steve Thomas gave Harry Smith tips on simple green home renovations that will save you money.

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Cantu Neighbor Blames Police

A Tracy, Calif. mother claims Melissa Huckaby may have drugged and kidnapped her own daughter but police took no action then, reports David Begnaud from KOVR-TV.

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Move Over, Susan Boyle

Britain's latest singing sensation is 12-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi after Simon Cowell gave him a 2nd chance on "Britain's Got Talent," reports Sheila MacVicar. Harry Smith talks to the contestant.

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Torture Prosecutions Greenlit

President Obama says the Attorney General can review the actions of Bush officials who OK'ed waterboarding, reports Bill Plante. Harry Smith talks to Janis Karpinski who oversaw Iraqi prisons in 2003.

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Go Green, Save Green

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with "Wa$ted's" Annabelle Gurwitch about great tips that help the environment and save you money at the same time.

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Neil Patrick Harris' Muse

The Early Show anchors spoke with "How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris about the future of his character and his acting inspiration.

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Obama arrives in Iowa

Obama arrives in Iowa

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NYC Creating Green Jobs

Harry Smith and Julie Chen spoke with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Speaker Christine Quinn about efforts to create green jobs.

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Fast Draw- The Happiness Myth

With these tough economic times we're living in, where's the silver lining? Josh Landis and Mitch Butler investigate the secrets of happiness.

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'Craigslist Killer's' Motive

Phil Markoff, dubbed the "craigslist killer," is suspected of murdering a woman he met online. The district attorney named robbery as Markoff's motive. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Hillary on Chavez handshake

Hillary on Chavez handshake

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Geithner at Economic Club

Geithner at Economic Club

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Obama departs for Des Moines, Iowa

Obama departs for Des Moines, Iowa

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Morning Show Roundup 4/22/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/22/09

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Breaking Their Silence

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Cindy and George Anthony, the grandparents of slain 2-year-old Caylee Anthony, about their daughter's possible death sentence if found guilty of murder.

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POLITICO Playback 4/22/09

POLITICO Playback 4/22/09

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Vilsack on Cap and Trade

Vilsack on Cap and Trade

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Toby Keith on Obama as President

Toby Keith on Obama as President

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Nelson Mandela votes in South Africa's election

South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela, 90, voted on Wednesday in the country's fourth democratic elections 15 years after his election ended white minority rule. Raw images.

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Jacques Tati fans see smoke over 'missing pipe'

The agency overseeing advertising in the Paris Metro created a stir last week when it doctored a poster of cult film director Jacques Tati to remove his signature tobacco pipe. The agency says it's respecting France's anti-smoking laws but Tati fans argue it amounts to no less than censorship.

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Rio Cidade Luz

Depois do Ano do Brasil na França, em 2005, chegou a vez dos franceses invadirem o Brasil. Durante sete meses, música, culinária, fotografia, dança e outros aspectos da cultura do país europeu vão estar por todo o país.

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Brazil celebrates Year of France

In 2009 Brazil is celebrating it’s Year of France. For nine months, examples of French music, food, art and performance will be on display in cities and villages across the country.

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Zuma, South Africa's likely next leader, votes

African National Congress leader Jacob Zuma voted Wednesday in elections expected to propel him to South Africa's presidency.

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'Our Body' exhibit banned in France

It's been seen by more than 30 million people around the world, but a judge in France has ordered a blockbuster exhibition on the human anatomy shut down, saying the display is indecent.

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Persecuted Mexican journalist speaks out

Mexican journalist Emilio Gutierrez has been threatened by the Mexican army for his reporting on the violent US-Mexico border. Today, he lives in fear and is seeking asylum in the United States.

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Zuma, South Africa's likely next leader, votes

African National Congress leader Jacob Zuma voted Wednesday in elections expected to propel him to South Africa's presidency.

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Obama launches push for green revolution

President Barack Obama Wednesday launched his push for a green energy revolution and to pass historic climate change legislation, making his pitch from a wind energy factory on Earth Day.

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South Africa votes with ANC set to sweep polls

Long lines of South Africans voted Wednesday in general elections set to launch the ruling ANC party's controversial leader Jacob Zuma into the presidency.

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ANC set for sweep in South Africa poll

South Africans went to the polls Wednesday in general elections all but certain to propel the ruling ANC party's controversial leader Jacob Zuma to the presidency.

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French 'boss-nappings', worker protests pick up pace

In France, worker rage over the downsizing economy has boiled over into a series of spectacular stunts including a number of "boss-nappings" of company executives and vandalism rampages on government buildings.

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London students murder trial- father talks

The trial of two men accused of the brutal killing of two French students opened in London on Wednesday. The mutilated bodies of Gabriel Ferez and Laurent Bonomo were found in a burnt-out flat in London last year. Laurent's father, Guy, spoke to AFPTV at the close of the opening day of the trial.

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'Gardians' keep French cowboy tradition alive

The "gardians" of the Camargue in southern France are a national icon. The so-called cowboys of the Riviera, riding white purebred horses, raise semi-wild cattle which have been bred in the region for generations.

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British double-murder trial of French students opens

The trial of two men accused of the brutal killing of two French students opens in London on Wednesday. The mutilated bodies of the students were found in a burnt-out flat in June last year. Two men, Nigel Edward Farmer, 33, and Daniel Sonnex, 23, stand accused of murder, false imprisonment, burglary and arson.

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Millions head to polls in South Africa

South Africans went to the polls Wednesday in general elections all but certain to propel the ruling ANC party's controversial leader Jacob Zuma to the presidency. Lines formed early outside voting stations with a record more than 23 million South Africans registered to cast ballots.

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Americans Set High Bar for Obama on the Environment

Eight in 10 Americans (79%) think President Barack Obama will do a good job protecting the nation's environment, far higher than the 51% who said the same about former President George W. Bush during his first 100 days in office.

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