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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Keeping It In The Family

With the oldest family business on Earth, the Antinoris have been in the wine business for 600 years. Morley Safer profiles the family from their vineyards in Tuscany, Italy.

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Taming Terror

What happens when a prisoner is set free from the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo? David Martin goes inside a Saudi Arabian program, which teaches alleged terrorists that Osama Bin Laden is all wrong.

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Surrender Without Incident

Some U.S. cities have adopted a law enforcement program leading to 18,000 fugitives surrendering without incident. As Russ Mitchell reports, Wilmington, Del. is the latest city to utilize "Fugitive Safe Surrender."

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Capturing The Moment

As White House photographer, Pete Souza has unprecedented access into the lives of the first family and is envied by the press. As Thalia Assuras reports, it's a responsibility he takes seriously.

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Amazon Crude

Ecuadorians are suing oil giant Chevron, the owner of Texaco, because they say oil drilling in the Amazon jungle by Texaco polluted their fragile environment. Scott Pelley reports.

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Recession Hurts Horse Owners

Horse owners across the U.S are feeling the impact of the recession and have to make difficult choices. As Sandra Hughes reports, some are being forced to give up or even abandon their animals.

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Boston Globe's Big Deadline

The Boston Globe is facing its biggest deadline in the paper's storied 137 years with management's demand to cut $20 million by midnight or face bankruptcy. Randall Pinkston reports.

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H1N1 Virus Targeting Teens

The CDC is warning parents and educators that the H1N1 flu virus is hitting teens and young adults the hardest. Bianca Solorzano has the latest.

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GOP's "Bleeding Heart" Passes

Jack Kemp, a star NFL quarterback who became a major player for the GOP, as a 9-term congressman and nominee for Vice President alongside Bob Dole, has passed away. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Unnecessarily Taking Tamiflu

There is concern among health officials that some Americans who are taking steps to avoid the flu by taking Tamiflu may actually be harming themselves and their loved ones. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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AARP-Divided We Fail Ad

Divided We Fail Ad

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Conservatives for Patients' Rights Ad

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Harry and Louise - The Original Ad

Harry and Louise - The Original Ad

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Chamber of Commerce Ad

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SEIU Cope Ad

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Health Care for America Now Ad

Health Care for America Now Ad

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Daschle on health care debate

POLITICO's interview with former Senator Tom Daschle on the health care debate...

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Obama and health care

POLITICO's Jeanne Cummings talks about why the Obama administration wants to get health care reform passed...

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Face The Nation, 5.3.09

Bob Schieffer discussed a swine flu with Richard Besser, Health & Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius and Homeland Security Sec. Janet Napolitano; Sen. Arlen Specter discussed changing parties.

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Germs Are Our Friends

Mitch Butler and Josh Landis discussed how germs and viruses have shaped our bodies and even our DNA throughout history.

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Specter's Side Of The Story

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Arlen Specter about his decision to change party affiliation, giving the Democrats a possible filibuster-proof senate.

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Celebrating Achievement

Bob Schieffer commented on graduation season as a time to celebrate achievement and in these tough times it is nice to be reminded of a hopeful future.

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The Spread Of Swine Flu

Bob Schieffer spoke the CDC's Richard Besser, Health & Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius and Homeland Security Sec. Janet Napolitano with about the likelihood of a swine flu pandemic.

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Struggling GOP Awaits Comeback

Heavy losses in the last two national elections have not deterred the sagging Republican Party, as Kimberly Dozier reports. GOP officials are regrouping in the hopes of a return to prominence.

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Preserving Southern N.J.

For decades, chemical plants would dump toxic waste into the wetlands and marshes throughout portions of Southern New Jersey. Jeff Glor reports on the latest conservation efforts in the region.

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GM To Follow Chrysler's Lead?

After last week's announcement that Chrysler will file for bankruptcy, there are indications that struggling General Motors may also face Chapter 11. CBS News' Tony Guida reports.

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Muy Bien- Cinco De Mayo Feast

Executive chef at Mohegan Sun's Sol Toro Tequila Grill and this week's Chef On A Shoestring, Edwin Mateo presents some traditional Mexican recipes on a budget and with a tasty twist.

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Sunday Show Highlights 5/3/09

Sunday Show Wrap Up 5/3/09

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Sunday Show Wrap Up 5/3/09

Sunday Show Wrap Up 5/3/09

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Specter not a loyal democrat

Specter not a loyal democrat

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H1N1 Emergency Response

U.S. health officials are preparing for potential worst case scenarios in the event of a full-fledge epidemic of the H1N1 flu virus. Michelle Miller reports on the latest preventive measures.

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Specter slams Club for Growth

Specter slams Club for Growth

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Romney on GOP- "We're not real cute"

Romney on GOP: "We're not real cute"

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Specter on SCOTUS pick

Specter on SCOTUS pick

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Recession Hits Children's Org.

Erica Hill sits down "At The Kitchen Table" with an organization devoted to helping those with disabilities, which now faces a lack of monetary donations as a result of the ongoing recession.

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Hatch and Leahy argue about filibuster

Hatch and Leahy argue about filibuster

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Ensign- GOP will target Specter

Ensign: GOP will target Specter

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The Resurgence Of 'Kept' Women

The massive economic downturn has caused some women to turn to men for financial assistance. Sex and relationship expert Anna David tells Erica Hill about the drawbacks of this alarming new trend.

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Country Star Collin Raye

A stable of the country music scene for nearly the last two decades, multi-platinum-selling artist Collin Raye performs "Mid-Life Chrysler," one of his newest songs, at the Second Cup Caf .

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Sugar Substitute Secrets

Registered dietician and "Health" magazine contributor Samantha Heller tells Chris Wragge about some of the differences between various artificial sweeteners such as Sweet'n Low and Splenda.

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Under The Radar, 05.02.09

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill go "Under The Radar" this week with some truly wild headlines from this week. Highlights include the duct tape prom couple and the ultimate fantasy hair contest.

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Ensign criticizes GOP recruiting

Ensign criticizes GOP recruiting

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Durbin- "Assuming 60 votes...not the proper premise"

Durbin: "Assuming 60 votes...not the proper premise"

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Eric Cantor and Mitt Romney on GOP

Eric Cantor and Mitt Romney on GOP

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Sen. John Ensign on SCOTUS pick

Sen. John Ensign on SCOTUS pick

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Romney on SCOTUS pick

Romney on SCOTUS pick

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Napolitano to SCOTUS?

Napolitano to SCOTUS?

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Richard Besser on swine flu strain

Richard Besser on swine flu strain

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Sens. Leahy and Shelby on Supreme Court appointee

Sens. Leahy and Shelby on Supreme Court appointee

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Sebelius on travel advisory

Sebelius on travel advisory

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Vows- Vows- Howard and Mark

Howard Koeppel and Mark Hsiao, who gained fame as former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani's roommates in 2001, are getting married in Connecticut.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- Billy Backtees

Bill Pennington plays from the tournament tees and holds up the entire course.

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