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Friday, April 24, 2009

The Oldest Man In America

Steve Hartman presents this week's "Assignment America" from Great Falls, Mont., where 112-year-old Walter Breuning proudly stands as the oldest man currently living in the nation.

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Swine Flu Outbreak Concerns

A new strain of influenza has sickened at least 1,000 people in Mexico and eight in the U.S. CBS News? Sandra Hughes reports. Medical correspondent Dr. John LaPook assesses this disease.

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Madoff's Right Hand Man

The Bernard Madoff scandal did not end after Madoff pled guilty to swindling investors out of billions of dollars. Now, his chief financial officer is negotiating with prosecutors. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Now Hiring Retired Seniors

Despite the accepted norm that senior citizens may have a more difficult time finding employment, Mark Strassmann reports that there are still ways to find a job at an older age in this recession.

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Worst Case Banking Scenario

Although the Federal Reserve will not release its bank stress test results for another 10 days, Anthony Mason reports data has already been released detailing how banks might react to a crisis.

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Bird Strikes On The Rise

The number of collisions between manmade aircrafts and birds has quadrupled since 1990, as experts still struggle to find some sort of means to prevent future, and potentially fatal, strikes.

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Notebook- Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle happily wowed millions after singing just a few bars on "Britain's Got Talent." Katie Couric comments on how her story is a reminder to not judge a book by its cover.

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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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Gingrich on Chavez handshake

Gingrich: "It does matter to the world"

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POLITICO Playbook- 4/24

Mike Allen's POLITICO Playbook- 4/24

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Beyonce Gets Down And Dirty

Beyonce's new movie "Obsessed" has the pop diva throwing out some new moves, but they have nothing to do with dancing. Karen Brown reports.

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Rwanda 15 Years Later

It has been fifteen years since genocide ripped apart the small African country of Rwanda, erasing up to 20 percent of its population. Erin Lyall reports from Kigali, Rwanda.

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Washington Unplugged 4-24-09

Former White House spokesperson Dana Perino talks about the CIA interrogation memos, analysis of Obama's 100 days, and Rwanda genocide 15 years later.

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Obama's First 100 Days

Political analyst Keli Goff and the Washington Post's Scott Wilson join Chip Reid to analyze the president and his administration's first 100 days in office.

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NFL Draft Potentials In NYC

Pro football hopefuls express anticipation before NFL draft day here in NYC. Some stopped by "The Early Show" plaza to chat and toss a few passes.

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Rise In Women's Drinking

The effect of drinking as seen in "Sex And The City" has experts concerned for women, reports Sandra Hughes and Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Dr. Jennifer Ashton about the statistics.

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Prom Saved For Deserving Girls

Seventeen magazine and donateyourdress.org team up to help special H.S. seniors attend prom. Julie Chen gets a preview of the dresses from the seniors and Seventeen editor Ann Shoket.

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Experts Give Boyle 'Makeover'

Susan Boyle got a haircut, causing a "blowout" between expert stylists who got the chance to give her a fantasy makeover on "The Early Show" with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Helen Thomas on history

Helen Thomas on History

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Gibbs and takes 4/24/09

Gibbs and takes 4/24/09

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Dana Perino On Interrogations

Exclusive: Chief White House Correspondent Chip Reid talked to Bush Press Secretary Dana Perino who defended the approval of waterboarding and says Dems should rethink calling a torture commission.

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Energy Efficient Home Cooling

HGTV's Carter Oosterhouse shares tips with Harry Smith for cool summer comfort and savings.

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Children Of The Recession

Katie Couric wants to hear from our nation's young people about how the recession has impacted their lives.

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Obama on higher education

Obama on higher education

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Torture Controversy Heats Up

Capitol Hill lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are denying they knew anything about waterboarding during the war in Iraq as a possible investigation is pending, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Drew Peterson's Son Speaks Out

Drew Peterson's son's defend their dad after a wrongful death suit was filed by the estate of their own mother. Julie Chen speaks to the Peterson's and an attorney for the Savio family.

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Gore pushes Congress on climate

Gore pushes Congress on climate

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Investors Await Stress Tests

Crucial regional banks are expected to fail the Fed's "stress tests," reports Priya David. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Sen. Chris Dodd from the Senate Banking Committee.

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Raging Myrtle Beach Fire

The worst South Carolina fire in a generation jumped a six-lane highway fueled by high winds, destroying dozens of homes, reports Mark Strassmann.

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Morning Show Roundup 4/24/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/24/09

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Nearly 80 Dead In Iraq Suicide Attacks

Thursday marked the deadliest day on Iraq in over a year with nearly 80 dead in two separate suicide attacks. UTTM Military Analyst Col. Mitch Mitchell (Ret.) discusses Iraqi security and the movement of U.S. troops out of Iraq and into Afghanistan.

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Losing Baby Weight In Time For Summer

New moms are extremely busy and often frustrated about losing their pregnancy weight. Sophie Pachella, Nutritionist and Contributor to American Baby Magazine, has some tips on realistic weight loss.

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Obama Cracks Down On Credit Card Lenders

President Obama has announced plans to crack down on credit card companies who are raising interest rates and slashing customer credit lines. Kelli Grant, Sr. Consumer Reporter for SmartMoney.com, weighs in.

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London Crowd Control Causes Controversy

As Ed Boyle explains in this London Comment, the London Police are under official investigation for their crowd control measures during the recent G-20 Summit.

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VandeHarris & Allen on 100 days

100 Days Assessment

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Brad Figel, Mindy Lubber on energy legislation

Brad Figel, Mindy Lubber on energy legislation

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Rep. Dingell on how Congress has changed

Rep. Dingell on how Congress has changed

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POLITICO Playback 4/24/09

POLITICO Playback 4/24/09

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POLITICO Interview- TMZ's Harvey Levin

POLITICO Interview: TMZ's Harvey Levin

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John Dingell - Highlights - Coffeehouse Conversation

John Dingell - Highlights - Coffeehouse Conversation

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The Mummies of Guanajuato

Egypt is famous for its mummies, but not many people outside of Mexico have heard of the mummies of Guanajuato. These naturally preserved bodies are all housed in a museum, which it says is the largest of its kind in the world. This summer, for the first time, a big part of the collection will go to the US.

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First 100 Days Report Card

Americans name the best and worst thing Barack Obama has done in his first 100 days as preisdent and rate his overall performance against their initial expectations

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The sailing odyssey of a lifetime

It's one of the sailing world's most spectacular challenges. The Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge pits ships from around the world in a race which covers 7000 nautical miles. Two schooners from France's naval sailing school will leave France on Sunday for Vigo, Spain, the race's starting point.

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The Minimalist- Zuppa Arcidossana

Mark Bittman shows how to prepare a Tuscan soup made with stale bread, sausage, ricotta salata, carrots and spinach.

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Arts- A Conversation With Jay McInerney

The author discusses his new collection of short stories, "How It Ended, and the changing landscape of New York City with Sam Tanenhaus, the editor of the Book Review. 7357 New York Times

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Russians ring in 'Bell Week'

It’s 'Bell Week' in Russia which means that churches throughout the land will put on bell-ringing concerts. A look inside Moscow’s campanology school.

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UN- 50,000 civilians trapped in Sri Lanka conflict

As Sri Lanka's army pursues a final offensive to crush the Tamil Tigers' decades-long insurgency, the United Nations has warned that 50,000 civilians are still trapped in the crossfire, stranded in the narrow strip of jungle still held by the rebels.

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Iraq's illiterate hit the books

First repression, then war, have kept some Iraqi women from learning how to read. A new programme financed by the United States is changing that, based on the belief that education will empower poor women and keep them from joining radical groups.

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Hunting for India's missing children

Parents in India’s sprawling capital, New Delhi, are becoming increasingly alarmed by the disappearance of thousands of children over the past year. Authorities have dismissed allegations that organised trafficking rings are responsible, but parents fear their children are being sold into prostitution and labor.

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For Poles, EU membership still a plus

Nearly five years after their arrival in the European Union, Poles are still finding much to celebrate. On the whole, subsidies from Brussels have helped drive their economic growth, while the 27-nation bloc has provided fertile ground for employment.

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