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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Confronting The Taliban

Many top U.S. military officials are concerned that a more aggressive and confident Taliban are inching closer to taking control of Pakistan. Lara Logan reports.

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The Orphanage

With the price of ivory increasing, more elephants are being slaughtered and their orphaned babies are left in need of special care at an elephant orphanage in Kenya. Bob Simon reports.

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Powered By Coal

Coal is America's most abundant and cheapest fossil fuel but, as Scott Pelley reports, burning it happens to be the biggest contributor to global warming.

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What We Can Live Without

According to a new survey from the Pew Research Center, the recession has changed the attitudes of many Americans and what they consider to be items they can't live without. Michelle Miller reports

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The Oldest Batboy

100 year-old Arthur Giddon got to fulfill a lifetime wish when he was named the honorary batboy for the Boston Red Sox. Randall Pinkston reports.

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How To Combat Swine Flu

Dr. Jon LaPook spoke with Russ Mitchell about what steps you should take if you think you may have the deadly swine flu virus.

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That Presidential Milestone

Wednesday marks Pres. Obama's first 100 days in office and many pundits are using that milestone to assess the administration's performance. Russ Mitchell reports. Jeff Greenfield offers analysis.

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Preparing For An Outbreak

Top Obama administration officials warned that the swine flu outbreak could turn deadly here in the U.S. and have outlined a multi-agency response to handle the crisis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Containing Swine Flu In Mexico

Scientists believe that the swine flu that is now appearing in countries around the world originated in Mexico. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, authorities are desperately trying to contain the virus.

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Swine Flu Strikes N.Y.

After 8 students at St. Francis' Prep in Queens, N.Y. tested positive for swine flu and 150 more with "flu-like" symptoms, officials fear a possible city-wide epidemic. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Vice President Joe Biden

Joe Biden has never been shy about speaking his mind and the vice president remains true to form in this wide-ranging interview with Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes."

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Face The Nation, 4.26.09

Bob Schieffer got both sides of the torture investigation debate from Sen. John Mccain and Sen. Patrick Leahy; Bob Woodward and Tina Brown dissect Obama's 100 days and the President and his dog.

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History Of '100 Days'

Jeff Greenfield gives his take on the media's marking of President Obama's first 100 days in office.

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Shrinking Necessities

A new study finds that Americans are downsizing their list of things considered essential. Charles Osgood reports.

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Friends Of 'Craigslist Killer'

Philip Markoff was arrested on charges of murder and robbery. As Richard Schlesinger reports, his friends remember him as nice but "awkward."

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Putting Torture Behind Us

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. John McCain about the disclosure of classified document regarding torture methods used in the war on terror.

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Man And His Dog

Bob Schieffer commented on who really has the highest popularity rating in the White House, President Obama or his new dog Bo.

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Obama's First 100 Days

Bob Schieffer spoke with The Washington Post's Bob Woodward and The Daily Beast's Tina Brown about President Obama's progress in this first 100 days in office.

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Call To Release Torture Docs

Bob Schieffer spoke to Sen. Patrick Leahy about his support of an investigation regarding the approval of extreme torture methods.

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Sunday Show Wrap Up 4/26/09

Sunday Show Wrap Up 4/26/09

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Leahy on totture memo hearings

Leahy on totture memo hearings

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Valerie Jarrett on Obama and bipartisanship

Valerie Jarrett on Obama and bipartisanship

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McCain on torture debate

McCain on torture debate

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Gibbs on use of enhanced interrogation

Gibbs on use of enhanced interrogation

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Gibbs on 100 Days mark

Gibbs on 100 Days mark

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Summers on Chrysler

Summers on Chrysler

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Ahmadinejad- "Clear-cut framework for talks"

Ahmadinejad: "Clear-cut framework for talks"

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Ahmadinejad-"I sent a congratulatory message"

Ahmadinejad:"I sent a congratulatory message"

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Larry Summers- "Work still needs to be done"

Larry Summers: "Work still needs to be done"

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Craigslist- Classified For Murder?

In Full: 48 Hours delves into the life of Philip Markoff to uncover how he went from promising young medical student to alleged killer.

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Obama, his 100 first days

In just 100 days in office, President Barack Obama has set the United States on a radically different course from his predecessor, establishing sweeping changes in the realms of the economy, politics, social reform and the environment. AFPTV looks at the symbolic 100-day milestone.

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Swine Flu - St Francis Prep School to remain closed Monday

The United States declared a swine flu outbreak a public health emergency Sunday as officials confirmed 20 cases in five US states and warned that they expected more in the coming days. There are eight confirmed cases in a New York City school. That school will remain closed Monday and Tuesday.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- Go Cart Go

Bill Pennington displays poor golf cart etiquette during a round of golf.

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Politics- A Newly Democratic Town Assesses Obama

After nearly 100 days of his administration, a look around the town of Anderson, Ind., to see what people are thinking of President Obama.

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Clinton calls for fair vote during Lebanon visit

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Sunday called for free and fair vote in Lebanon's upcoming parliamentary election, during an unannounced visit to Beirut.

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Zuma set for SAfrican presidency after ANC poll win

Jacob Zuma on Saturday claimed a "resounding" victory for the ruling ANC in South Africa's general polls, vowing to steer a steady course in government while working to unite the nation. Zuma, 67, is now certain to become president when the new parliament convenes early next month to elect the head of state, after his African National Congress scored a 66 percent victory in Wednesday's polls.

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Taliban soldiers leave Pakistan area but still 'in control'

Pakistan has launched a counteroffensive against Taliban militants who advanced last week into the country's northwest, imposing strict Sharia law and sparking international concern. Taliban fighters retreated from Buner town on Saturday but local members of the movement remain, and incidents of harassment of locals have been reported.

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Challenges await South Africa's future leader

It's official. South Africa's ruling African National Congress has won a decisive victory in the country's general election. Party leader Jacob Zuma is now certain to become president when the new parliament convenes on May 6 to elect the head of state. But the challenges and expectations facing the president-in-waiting are huge.

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Tourists in Mexico worry as swine flu spreads

Tourists and residents in Mexico City donned surgical masks as the government raised the swine flu death toll to 81 people and health experts warned it could reach "pandemic" proportions.

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