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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Holocaust Survivor On Madoff

CBS News Exclusive: An acclaimed author and Noble Peace Prize winner, Holocaust survivor Eli Wiesel tells Jeff Greenfield about how he has lost almost everything to the Bernie Madoff scandal.

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Nationwide Dealership Outrage

With the announcement of layoffs by once-powerful automakers Chrysler and General Motors which could lead to over 100,000 layoffs nationwide, Tony Guida reports that employee rage has erupted.

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Strike Against The Taliban

Pakistani military officials will soon commence a massive strike against top Taliban forces in the stronghold of Mongora in the Swat Valley. Sheila MacVicar reports from London.

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Obama's Surprise GOP Pick

CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports that Democratic President Barack Obama has named conservative Governor Jon Huntsman (R-Utah), a top aide on the McCain campaign, as the U.S. ambassador to China.

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S.C. Teen Stands Up To Gov.

Teenaged high school senior Casey Edwards has sued fiscal conservative Gov. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) over his refusal of Federal stimulus money for education. Jeff Glor reports on Edwards efforts.

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U.S. And China, Yin And Yang

Future U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman will face challenges as the complex relationship between these powerful nations continues to evolve. Barry Peterson reports from Tokyo.

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The Inauguration Ceremony Experience

CQ Politics takes a unique look at the millions of people who came to Washington to participate in Barack Obama's swearing in.

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Politics- President Obama and Israel

Barack Obama hasn't talked much about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict so far. But he will, and his background on the issue may indicate a change in approach.

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Cannes Red Carpet- 'Taking Woodstock'

Director Ang Lee's latest offering "Taking Woodstock" premiered at Cannes on Saturday night. His movie tells the story of a down-on-his-luck guy in 1969 who, against all the odds, ends up putting on a generation-defining music festival.

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Cannes Red Carpet- "A Prophet"

Director Quentin Tarantino and the cast of the movie "Millenium" turned up for the premiere of the first of France's four movies competing for the Cannes film festival's Palme d'Or: Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet". Raw images of red carpet.

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Car bomb kills 11 in Pakistan's Peshawar- officials

A car bomb ripped through a packed street on Saturday in the Pakistani city of Peshawar and killed 11 people, including women and children, officials said. The device exploded near an ice cream shop and Internet cafe in the densely populated Kashkal area of the northwestern city, where people have sought shelter after escaping a Pakistani military offensive against Taliban militants in three districts further north. Images

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Gay discrimination- Poland has long way to go

The sixth-ever International Day Against Homophobia is held on May 17 -- but not many people in Poland will take notice. Here, homosexuality is often still seen as a disease for which one needs treatment. The Catholic Church has set up psychological support groups for gay people who want to "get back on the right track" and an association in the south of country even offers special "therapies" for several months. An AFPTV report.

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Ruling Congress sweeps to India election victory

India's ruling Congress-led alliance surges to a commanding election victory, crushing its Hindu nationalist rivals and setting up a second term for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. With results still coming in from the Election Commission, the Congress grouping was on track to win as many as 260 seats against 160 for the main opposition bloc headed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Images and soundbites.

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Cannes Interview- 'Precious'

Hard-hitting US indie movie "Precious", the tale of an obese teenager trying to escape a lifetime of abuse, won a standing ovation for its director Lee Daniels at the Cannes festival.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'A Prophet'

French director Jacques Audiard's latest movie "A Prophet" hits Cannes on Saturday. It tells the tale of a young jailmate forced to play ball with the Corsican gang ruling the joint. Trailer of film.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Taking Woodstock'

Director Ang Lee's latest offering "Taking Woodstock" premieres at Cannes on Saturday. The story of a down-on-his-luck guy in 1969 who, against all the odds, ends up putting on a generation-defining music festival which promises to change his life forever. Trailer of film.

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