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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Humans, Horses, And Autism

When young Rowan Isaacson was diagnosed with autism, his parents traveled all the way to Mongolia and discovered that Rowan improved significantly after horseback riding. Don Teague reports.

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When Mom Moves In

Some laid off older workers are being forced to move in with their children. Seth Doane reports mulit-generational households are on the rise.

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Wildfires In S.C.

Over 2,500 residents have been forced to evacuate the popular vacation hot spot of Myrtle Beach after a series of ongoing wildfires has destroyed nearly 40 homes in the area. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Motown Mayhem

The U.S. automotive industry now faces near collapse, as General Motors will be closing 13 North American production plants while Chrysler may soon file for bankruptcy. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Coercion At Bank Of America?

Bank of America's CEO has accused Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson of forcing him into a secret and costly merger with Merrill Lynch. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Jacked Up Interest Rates

The banking industry collects more than $15 billion a year in credit card penalty fees, a tenth of its revenue. President Obama wants new legislation to protect consumers. Anthony Mason reports.

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Notebook- Bird Strikes

Bird Strikes are a real concern and have quadrupled since 1990 to over 1,700 a year. As Michelle Miller reports, the government is now making steps to release statistics to the public.

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Ladies, How's Your Sex Life?

Dr. Jon LaPook asks men and women in Central Park if they have any questions about female sexuality. Gynecologists Rebecca Booth and Lori Warren help fill in the blanks.

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Father Forcibly Tattoos Child

Fresno, Calif. police are looking for a gang member who allegedly held down his 7-year-old son while another man tattooed the gang group's dog paw symbol on the child's stomach.

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Thursday's Gibbs and takes

Thursday's Gibbs and takes

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Energy produced from coal powers millions of homes and businesses in America, but with devastating enviornmental results. The push is on to reduce emissions, but the question is how long will it take?

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Clean Coal Dilemma

Energy CEO Jim Rogers wants to substantially reduce his plants' carbon footprint by 2050. But NASA climatologist Jim Hanson says we only have 20 years to make that achievement.

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Obama with Florida football

Obama with Florida football

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Ladies, How's Your Sex Life?

Dr. Jon LaPook asks men and women in Central Park if they have any questions about female sexuality. Gynecologists Rebecca Booth and Lori Warren help fill in the blanks.

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Loaded- YouTube stalking

YouTube wants you to share your viewing habits with the world, Comcast wants to be like Hulu, and we have another Twitter book on our hands.

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Holder hopes to release more memos

Holder hopes to release more memos

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S.C. Wildfire Spreading

CBS News RAW: As wildfires continue to threaten more homes and property in North Myrtle Beach, the governor of South Carolina declared a state of emergency for Horry County.

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A Real-Life Ghost Whisperer

Julie Chen spoke with Author Concetta Bertoldi about her ability to communicate with the dead. She helped four viewers communicate with their lost loved ones.

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The Mind Of An Alleged Killer

Philip Markoff's friend alleges she had a violent encounter with him, Daniel Sieberg reports. Julie Chen spoke with Professor Casey Jordan about Markoff's trophies from his alleged victims.

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Obama calls for credit card reform

Obama calls for credit card reform

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Kit Bond crticizes Obama

Compares Obama administration to banana republic...

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iPhone App Offends

A new iPhone app that features a crying baby that won't stop until the phone is shaken has caused a stir among parents.

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Mother/Daughter Fashions

Sherrie Mathieson author of "Steal This Style" has tips for classic style moms can always wear. She explains them to Julie Chen.

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Spicing Up Chicken

Food & Wine magazine's Gail Simmons showed Harry Smith how versatile chicken can be. She prepared a taco salad using shredded chicken.

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'Big Bang Theory's 'Sheldon'

Actor Jim Parsons, who plays Sheldon in the CBS comedy "Big Bang Theory," talks to Harry Smith about the "nerdvana" of being in a hit show.

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Retailers Reward Recycling

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Better Homes & Gardens' Danny Seo about how to recycle old products back to retailers for incentives.

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Obama on Holocaust lessons

Obama on Holocaust lessons

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Myrtle Beach Wildfire

Thousands of acres have burned as ash continues to fall after North Myrtle Beach residents were evacuated, reports Jody Barr from WBTW-TV.

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Pilots Land On Street

Harry Smith spoke with two pilots who made an emergency landing on a busy roadway after the engine failed in the air.

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Teen Girls May Get 'Plan B'

The FDA has reversed a Bush ruling on age limits for over the counter use of the morning after pill. Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the ruling to Harry Smith.

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Obama Tackled Credit Card Debt

Interest gouging practices by banks who received stimulus money will highlight President Obama's meeting with credit card companies, reports Bill Plante.

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Holocaust memorial speakers on Iran

Holocaust memorial speakers on Iran

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Morning Show Roundup 4/23/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/23/09

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Grandparents Planned Suicides

George and Cindy Anthony live with painful emotions and unanswered questions over the murder of their granddaughter Caylee and daughter Casey's trial. They speak to Maggie Rodriguez exclusively.

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White House "take your kids to work day"

White House "take your kids to work day"

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How Obama is spinning first 100 days

How Obama is spinning first 100 days

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McCain Rips Torture Probe

Harry Smith spoke with Sen. John McCain about the possible prosecution of Bush administration officials that approved inhumane torture methods.

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POLITICO Playback 4/23/09

POLITICO Playback 4/23/09

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Levi Johnston on Larry King

Levi Johnston on Larry King

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League of Convservative Voters Ad - Mike Rogers

League of Convservative Voters Ad - Mike Rogers

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Obama's Stance On Memos Makes Waves

President Obama's stance on Bush-era torture memos is beginning to stir up controversy in Washington. David Mark, Sr. Editor of Politico, weighs in on the President's first few months in office.

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Study Questions Ovary Removal

Only On The Web: Dr. William Parker, from San Diego's St. John's Health Center, discusses his recently released study which questions commonly held beliefs concerning women and their ovaries.

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Jacob Zuma can "smell victory"

South Africa's ruling party leader Jacob Zuma said Thursday he could smell victory in general elections, addressing 2,000 cheering supporters at the African National Congress party headquarters in Johannesburg. The ANC was hovering around the two-thirds mark in initial poll returns in a vote expected to launch Mr. Zuma into the presidency.

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Visitors seek answers at Museum of American Finance

Curious about the origins of America's economic woes? The Museum of American Finance has mounted an exhibit dedicated to the subject, and it's attracting more and more people who want to know what went wrong.

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Facing factory closure, French take protest to Germany

After their violent protests in France this week, French workers from tyre manufacturer Continental travelled to the company's headquarters in Hanover to stage further demonstrations with their German colleagues. Employees are objecting to the closure of a factory north of Paris, which will mean the loss of more than 1,000 jobs.

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French to shut 'jungle' camp for Britain-bound migrants

France aims to shut down by the end of the year a squatter camp in the Channel port of Calais used by migrants heading for Britain, Immigration Minister Eric Besson said Thursday.

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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.

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Donors raise 213 mln dollars for Somalia

International donors pledged 213 million dollars Thursday to help bolster security in Somalia, in a key move to address pirate attacks off the country's coast. UN chief Ban Ki-moon and his special envoy to the restive East African state stressed that the best means to combat piracy was to address Somalia's "root" problems like poverty and lawlessness.

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UN chief orders humanitarian team to Sri Lanka

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has ordered the immediate despatch of a humanitarian team to northern Sri Lanka, where thousands of civilians are trapped as government troops make a final push to crush the Tamil Tiger rebel insurgency.

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Zuma in the limelight as results come in

As the results from Wednesday's elections keep pouring in, South Africa's ruling party the African National Congress is expected to keep its sweeping majority -- led by the charismatic but controversial figure of Jacob Zuma.

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Tarantino, Ang Lee, Loach line up for Cannes gold

A wartime rampage by Quentin Tarantino and a trip to Woodstock with Ang Lee will square off with Ken Loach in a heavyweight battle for the top prize at next month's Cannes film festival.

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'Green fuel' burning up Indonesia's biodiversity

Indonesia is the world's top producer of photocopy paper and of palm oil, used in a huge range of products from beauty products to biofuels. But to sate the world's voracious appetite for cheap paper and so-called "green" fuel, the country is burning up its invaluable rainforest and carbon-rich peatland.

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Hong Kong architect turns shoebox apartment into 'palace'

In the densely populated city of Hong Kong, where space is at a premium, one architect has found an ingenious way to turn his tinyapartment into a multi-roomed "palace".

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Asia Pacific- U.S. Concerns as Taliban Advance

As the Taliban move further into Pakistan, taking over Buner, a district that is just 70 miles northwest of Islamabad, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff meets with Pakistani military leaders, again.

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Indian middle class tries out 'sustainable' village life

Two trial sustainable tourism projects are up and running in villages in India's Maharashtra state. So far more than 600 tourists have visited, bringing in enough income to help sustain around 50 families for a year.

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Angry French workers take protest to Germany

After their violent protests in France on Tuesday, French workers from tyre manufacturer Continental AG are travelling to the company's headquarters in Hanover to stage further demonstrations with their German colleagues.

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China's move industry takes off

China's movie industry is flourishing and comfortable, western style theatres are opening across China's major cities. The growing market has enticed western movie promoters to seek a cut in the business.

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French hand over suspected Somali pirates to Kenya

The French navy on Wednesday transferred 11 suspected Somali pirates to the Kenyan authorities in the port of Mombasa. The Nivose, a French frigate serving in the European Union's anti-piracy naval mission Atalanta arrived in Mombasa a week after capturing the suspects during a chase in the Indian Ocean.

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South Africans wainting for the elections results

South Africans are waiting to find out the results of the fourth democratic elections. Analysts say a drop to 60 percent would be a major dent to the ruling ANC.

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Americans On Board with Opening Doors to Cuba

Americans tend to support improving U.S. relations with Cuba, including 64% who favor making it easier for Americans to travel there.

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