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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Economy Leaving Kids Homeless

Across the nation, public schools have identified and enrolled almost 800,000 homeless children during last year's school year, and the number could be rising. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Airports Tighten Security

The start of the summer travel season begins this Memorial Day weekend. For Americans planning to fly, some may soon experience a new kind of security check at the airport. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Chrysler Closings Nationwide

Greg Signore, an owner of a Chrysler dealership in N.J., is one of nearly 800 Chrysler dealers nationwide given notice that they will be closed. Michelle Miller reports.

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NASA Budget Cuts

The White House is reviewing NASA's entire manned space program and may substitute something cheaper for the rocket system currently planned to replace the shuttle. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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The Wildcard- Hot For Teacher

Only On The Web: In this week s installment of The Wildcard, notorious statutory-rapist teacher Mary-Kay Letournau hosts Hot For Teacher night at a Seattle bar; Plus, the new 103-inch plasma TV.

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Staying Safe Outdoors

Summer is unofficially here, which means people will spend a lot of time outdoors, but must still be cautious. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill speak with Dr. Mallika Marshall about staying safe outdoors.

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Chrisette Michele, 'Epiphany'

In the second cup caf , The 26-year-old grammy winner, Chrisette Michele performs the title track from her new album Epiphany.

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A Twist To Steak

It is officially time to start firing up those outdoor grills, Chef John Schenk shows Chris Wragge and Erica Hill how to cook under a budget.

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Under the Radar- 5.23.09

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill go "Under the Radar" this week with a seriously frustrated mountain goat, a 90 year-old couple's piano duet and a soldiers pink underwear.

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Can Parents Say No To Doctors?

13-year-old Danny Hauser, suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma, has disappeared with his mother rather than receive chemotherapy. Erica Hill reports.

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Children Of The Recession

U.S. teens are feeling the heat of the recession, many of whom cannot seem to find summer work. Chris Wragge speaks with Renee Ward about landing summer jobs.

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The week in Playback 5/22/09

The week in Playback 5/22/09

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Nicholas D. Kristof- Hidden Hunger

Nicholas D. Kristof, columnist for The New York Times and trip winner Paul Bowers meet children suffering from many kinds of malnutrition during their trip across West Africa.

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N.y./region- Have You Seen the Google Maps Car?

Hey, New Yorkers: It's time for your close-up. The car that photographs streets for Google Maps' Street View feature is now in New York.

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Western Saharan refugees reach out to world

In the Dakhla refugee camp in the middle of the Algerian desert, refugees from Western Sahara have found a way to feel less isolated. New technology allows them to communicate via Internet video with family in Europe and in Morocco, which annexed their homeland three decades ago.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky'

'Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky', by Jan Kounen, is the out-of-competition closer of the Cannes festival, depicting the intense love affair between the French designer and Russian composer.

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Cannes Red Carpet- 'Visage'

Tsai Ming-Liang and his actors Jean-Pierre Léaud, Fanny Ardant and Laetitia Casta walked up Cannes' red carpet on Saturday, ahead of the premiere of 'Visage', the second to last film vying for the Palme d'Or.

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UN chief demands 'unhindered' access to Sri Lanka war victims

United Nations aid agencies must be given "unhindered access" to nearly 300,000 people displaced by Sri Lanka's war against separatist Tamil rebels, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said on a 24-hour visit to Sri Lanka.

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Germany turns 60 as president re-elected

Germans celebrated 60 years since their country emerged from the ruins of World War II as MPs and public figures re-elected the conservative Horst Koehler as president for a second five-year term.

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Who will win? Bets are on for this year's Palme d'Or

On the eve of awards night and with all 20 films in competition already screened, it's time for the Cannes cinema critics to speak up about who they think will take the Palme d'Or home. Will the jury reward an old-time veteran or a rising star?

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A portrait of Myanmar's most famous political prisoner

Aung San Suu Kyi is no stranger to arrest or efforts by the military regime to sideline her, having spent more than 13 of the past 19 years in detention. A portrait of the Nobel peace prize winner.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Maps of the sounds of Tokyo'

Isabel Coixet is the third and final female director running for the coveted Palme d'Or this year at Cannes. She presents her new film 'Map of the Sound of Tokyo' on Saturday, the story of a girl working nights at a Tokyo fishmarket while taking on jobs as a hit-woman.

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Cannes Excerpts- 'Visage'

Visage (Face) by Tsai Ming-Liang is among the last movies to enter Cannes' competition on Saturday. A film about a Taiwanese film maker based on the myth of Salome at the Louvre, where aesthetics is queen. With French actress Fanny Ardant and model Laetitia Casta.

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UN chief visits Sri Lanka conflict zone

UN chief Ban Ki-moon Saturday saw at first hand the plight of civilians displaced by Sri Lanka's conflict with the Tamil Tigers amid concerns for 300,000 Tamils left homeless by the fighting.

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