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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Knowing When To Quit

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says one of the hardest things for someone in his position is knowing when to quit.

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Anna Wintour

The sunglasses come off the high-queen of haute couture in this rare interview, in which the Vogue editor reveals why she always wears them and much more to Morley Safer.

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AIG- We Own It

Ed Liddy, the man who took over the reins of AIG the failed insurance giant to which the government has made $180 billion available in aid speaks to Steve Kroft about the gargantuan task ahead.

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Secretary Of War

Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses the war in Afghanistan in a candid and wide-ranging interview with Katie Couric, who accompanied him to Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan.

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Looking For An Edge

A slew of medical studies show many college and high school students are taking stimulants prescribed for those with ADHD to help concentrate while studying for exams. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Private Jets Face Turbulence

Private jets are becoming a sign of greed and excess in tough economic times. As Mark Strassmann reports, many in the industry are losing their livelihoods and feel the anger is misdirected.

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Finding Souter's Replacement

President Obama still needs to choose a replacement for Justice David Souter and the debate on many issues will determine who will be picked. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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A Delicate Operation

As astronauts continue to work on repairing the Hubble Telescope it's become clear that it is no easy task. As Daniel Sieberg reports, the spacewalk was a success but there are still concerns.

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The Penny Project

A Harlem, N.Y. teacher has launched a project to teach students math. As Randall Pinkston reports, the Penny Project is now giving back. For more information visit www.billionpennyproject.org.

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Obama Goes To Notre Dame

President Obama was met with cheers and protests during his commencement address at the University of Notre Dame. As Chip Reid reports, the debate continues on abortion rights.

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Chris Coleman Visits Grave

Chris Coleman and his parents visit the graves of Coleman's wife and daughter, who were murdered May 5th. Police now say they are focused on one suspect.

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Obama- "Fair Minded Words"

Obama: "Fair Minded Words"

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Obama's Notre Dame Commencement Address

Obama's Notre Dame Commencement Address

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Obama is heckled at Notre Dame

Obama is heckled at Notre Dame

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Obama jokes about ASU at Notre Dame

Obama jokes about ASU at Notre Dame

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Obama jokes about Notre Dame and Basketball

Obama jokes about Notre Dame and Basketball

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Face The Nation, 5.17.09

Harry Smith is joined with Anthony Romero, Peter King, John Dickerson, and Joan Biskupic who discussed Gitmo detainees, military tribunals and appointing a new Supreme Court Justice.

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Obama receives honorary degree

Obama receives honorary degree

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Grand Spectacle

For some, glasses seem to give off a 'nerdy' look. But in today's age, having poor eyesight could be an opportunity to set a stylish spark to your look. Mo Rocca reports.

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Sunday Show Highlights 5/17/09

Sunday Show Highlights 5/17/09

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Rep. Peter King on detainee photos

Rep. Peter King on detainee photos

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Easy Does It

Americans aren't retiring like they used to. In Asheville, N.C., the days when retirement meant the end is over; there, it's clear that retirement is just the beginning. Martha Teichner reports.

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Webb and Kyl disagree on Pelosi

Webb and Kyl disagree on Pelosi

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Steele on Pelosi and Torture

Steele on Pelosi and Torture

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Brae's Interrogation

Watch excerpts of Brae Hansen's interview with San Diego police following the murder of her stepfather, Tim MacNeil.

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McConnell on Pelosi and CIA

McConnell on Pelosi and CIA

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Boehner- Cheney "helps us"

Boehner: Cheney "helps us"

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The Wildcard

This week's wildest news videos. Football gets a sexy twist; Prostitutes outraged over Craigslist sex ad ban; And, a robot learns "Guitar Hero."

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Botti, Micarelli Duet

On this week's "Second Cup Caf ," legendary jazz trumpeter Chris Botti performs along with classically-trained and critically acclaimed violinist Lucia Micarelli for a rendition of "Emmanuel."

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Panini Perfection

Chef On A Shoestring Jason Denton, co-owner of several posh New York eateries, shows Erica Hill how to create a perfect spring lunch, with irresistible panini sandwiches.

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11-Year-Old Inspires Community

CBS News' Jeff Glor speaks with USA Today managing editor Lauren Ashburn from that paper's newsroom in McClean, Va. about a young boy who has provided a "Silver Lining" for his community.

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Bargain Summer Fashion

Life And Stlye editor, along with Erica Hill, discuss some of this year's hottest summer trends which can be found on a recession-proof budget.

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Freezing Food Facts

Many groceries often go spoiled and eventually end up in the garbage. Erica Hill learns ways to freeze and preserve just about anything from nutritionist Cynthia Sass.

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Under The Radar, 05.16.09

The Early Show Saturday Edition team discusses some of this week's "Under The Radar" headlines, which can't be missed. Look out for the dog who learns how to dance and a new sexy twist on football.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- Running to Stand Still

Bill Pennington's warmup routine is inappropriate for a round of golf.

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Saving West African Moms

Columnist Nicholas D. Kristof and Win-a-Trip student Paul Bowers reflect on strides being made to improve the survival of pregnant mothers in Sierra Leone and what more can be done.

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Stunning natural backdrop to classic French play

In the rolling hills of Provence, a French theatre group has come up with a novel idea -- to act out a famous tale by French writer-director Marcel Pagnol in the very landscape where the story is set. An AFPTV report.

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Historical Buddhist relics find new home in France

Relics of the historical Buddha Sakyamuni, more commonly known as Siddhartha Gautama, were placed in their new permanent home in the Grand Pagoda in Vincennes on the eastern edge of Paris on Sunday. The relics were a gift from the patriach of Thailand. It's the first time relics of this importance have been brought to a European country and French Buddhists put on a colorful celebration to mark the moment. Images.

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Cannes Interview- 'Mother'

South Korean director Bong Joon Ho's latest movie "Mother" has its premiere at Cannes in the official selection of "Un certain regard". It's the story of a mother show looking to prove the innocence of her son accused of murder. Raw images and soundbites from interview and trailer of film.

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Cannes Red Carpet- 'Vengeance'

Quentin Tarantino hit the red carpet for the premiere of Johnnie To's movie "Vengeance" at the Cannes film festival. Raw images of the red carpet.

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Vows- Vows- Elizabeth & Jonathan

Elizabeth's crush on her Italian instructor Jonathan evolved quickly into a romance once they discovered that they enjoyed more than just Italian.

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Kuwaiti women make history by winning parliament seats

Kuwaiti women achieved another historical milestone on Sunday by winning their first ever seats in the oil-rich Gulf state's parliament, with four women elected according to official results. Massuma al-Mubarak even won more votes than any other candidate in her constituency. Sixteen women stood among the 210 candidates in the running for the election. It's the third time that women have stood for parliament since receiving the right to vote in 2005. None were elected in the two previous ballots in 2006 and 2008. Images of the women candidates, courtesy of Al-Arabiya television.

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Cannes Interview- Juliette Binoche

French film star Juliette Binoche and other leading lights of the silver screen are joining forces to raise funds to reopen cinemas that are vanishing across Africa. Binoche, star of hits including "Chocolate", "The English Patient" and "The Unbearable Lightness of Being", co-heads a new group planning to revive cinemas across the continent, including Mali's iconic Soudan Cine, which closed in the capital Bamako 14 years ago. Raw soundbites of an interview with Binoche.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Vengeance'

French singer Johnny Hallyday is the star of the latest Johnnie To movie "Vengeance", telling the story of a father who comes to Hong Kong to avenge his daughter. The film is competing for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes festival. Trailer of film.

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Sri Lankan military says all free from war zone

Sri Lanka says it had rescued all civilians held by the Tamil Tigers, as the island's president claims victory over the separatist rebels who have fought the government for decades. Images from a Sri Lanka military handout of civilians fleeing the conflict zone and images of President Mahinda Rajapakse receiving a blessing from Buddhist monks on his return to Colombo.

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Burmese in Thailand protest Aun San Suu Kyi's detention

About 30 Burmese supporters of iconic pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi gathered outside Myanmar's embassy in Bangkok on Sunday to call for her release. Images of the protest and demonstrators acting out the role of Burmese security officers.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Kinatay'

Philippino director Brillante Mendoza makes his bid for the top prize at the Cannes film festival on Sunday with his latest work "Kinatay". Excerpts from film.

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