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Saturday, May 2, 2009

The Air Guitar Rock Star

CBS News' John Blackstone reports on the career of Criag Billmeir, who has emerged as an unexpected star due to his unique air guitar skills.

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Weight Loss Supplement Recall

The popular metabolism booster hydroxycut has been pulled from shelves by the FDA. Katie Couric speaks with Dr. Laura Ashton about the reported medical issues associated with this supplement.

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U.S. Farms Sick With Flu Fears

With visa restrictions in place due to the outbreak of the H1N1 flu, many American farm owners are concerned that they will not receive much-needed Mexican migrant workers. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Meet The Harmonica Man

After nine heart surgeries, "Harmonica Man" Andy Mackie stopped his prescriptions and used the money to spread the joy of music to kids. Watch Mackie in Steve Hartman's "Asssignment America."

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N.y./region- At Home on the Field

A team of homeless soccer players find inspiration and discipline through Street Soccer USA, a national soccer league founded by Lawrence Cann.

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Nintendo's Game Boy turns 20

Twenty years ago Japan's Nintendo Co. launched the Game Boy, the iconic handheld video game player that spawned characters from Super Mario to Pokemon.

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Hong Kong bun festival goes ahead despite fears over swine flu

Hong Kong's traditional bun festival went ahead on Saturday despite fears over swine flu. The celebrations, which mark the eradication of plague in 1894, take on special meaning this year.

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An anniversary marks the end of the Iron Curtain

Twenty years ago this Saturday, the Iron Curtain started to disintegrate, signalling the end of a divided Europe. The barbed wire fence was 246 kilometres long. AFPTV went to meet the border guards who once manned the line.

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