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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Rooney On Lives Taken

Andy Rooney explained the true meaning of Memorial Day, honoring those who did not give their lives, but had them taken.

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Wine Rx

Scientists have found a substance called resveratrol in red wine that slows down the aging process in mice. Will it someday lengthen the lives of humans, too? Morley Safer reports.

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Sergeant Bill

Waving a badge he bought online and claiming to belong to the "Multi-jurisdictional Narcotics Task Force," Bill Jakob fooled a small town's officials into granting him the authority of a law enforcement officer. Katie Couric reports.

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Buy American

The stimulus package includes a "buy American" clause that the steel and other U.S. industries lobbied hard for. However, U.S businesses that export overseas now fear foreign governments will retaliate.

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Pirate Catch and Release

Canadian naval helicopters spotted two Somali boats claiming to be fishermen. They were carrying weapons aboard, but there is no evidence linking them to any hijackings. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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GM's Time Running Out

GM is running out of time to restructure before a June 1st deadline or else they will file for bankruptcy. GM plans to make its company small enough so they're profitable. Priya David reports.

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Powell Fires Back

Colin Powell fired back at his critics on the Republican right. Powell noted how the GOP lost the presidency by 10 million votes. Kimberly Dozier reports and John Dickerson provides analysis.

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Green Day's Long Road

After many years of making hit records, the grammy winning band, green day, has the number one album in the country once again. Tracy Smith has 'a summer song'.

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Hubble Mission Accomplished

Astronauts successfully refurbished the Hubble Space Telescope has been successfully refurbished so its impact will be felt by future generations to come. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Pomp And Circumstance

From Desmond Tutu to Dolly Parton, public service has been a widespread theme at college commencement ceremonies across the U.S this past month.

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Celebrity Commencements

Slate's Tim Noah commented on this year's celebrity commencement speakers and why less successful people may be more inspirational.

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Operation Mend

Of all the wounds U.S. troops suffer, none is worse than severe burns that leave grotesque scars. A UCLA plastic surgeon is giving them a chance to appear human once again. David Martin Reports.

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A Recession Through Young Eyes

Anthony Mason profiles five young filmmakers as their families struggle through the economic recession.

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Chicago's Encased Meats

Best Bet: Charles Osgood takes a tour of Chicago's Hot Doug's Sausage Superstore And Encased Meat Emporium where you can find almost any meat imaginable.

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Home Base

For his Memorial Day, Steve Hartman wants to widen the point of the day so he can pay tribute much closer to home.

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Face The Nation, 5.24.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Secretary Of State Colin Powell about Dick Cheney and Rush Limbaugh's comments doubting Powell's party loyalty; and Dr. Alvin Poussaint's advice for parents of the recession.

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At War In Underwear

Bob Schieffer commented on a photo of a young soldier fighting in the war in Afghanistan in his boxer shorts and the dedication of young people in America's wars.

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Powell On Cheney, Limbaugh

Bob Schieffer spoke with former Secretary Of State Colin Powell about former Vice President Dick Cheney and Rush Limbaugh's comments doubting Powell's loyalty to the Republican Party.

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Parents Of The Recession

Bob Schieffer spoke with Harvard Medical School's Dr. Alvin Poussaint about the economic recession's effect on children and his advice for parents.

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Ky Oeasha's Story

Ky Oeasha Thomas, 18, talks about how the recession has affected herself and other teens who are college bound.

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Rana's Story

Rana Ayhan's high school prom is coming up and she has to find a financially prudent way to get a dress.

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Lenaisha's Story

Lenaisha Smalls, 6th Grader, talks about the struggles that she and her family went through during the recession

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Sarah's Story

Sarah, 14, talks about dangerous life in Jamaica Queens. Instead of going to summer camp with her friends, she will be getting a job to help support her family.

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Derek's Story

Derek Garcia, A High School Senior, talks about his love for filmmaking and how he got into a great college film program. His friends weren't so lucky with their choices due to the tuition prices

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Sunday Show Highlights 5/24/09

Sunday Show Highlights 5/24/09

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Adm. Mike Mullen on Iran

Adm. Mike Mullen on Iran

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Durbin on SCOTUS pick

Durbin on SCOTUS pick

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Powell defends his GOP card

Powell defends his GOP card

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Dick President Vice Cheney?

Dick President Vice Cheney?

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Tom Ridge on Rush Limbaugh

Tom Ridge on Rush Limbaugh

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Rove weighs in on Powell or Limbaugh?

Rove weighs in on Powell or Limbaugh?

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Cannes Presents- The jury talks about their choice

Cannes' jury president Isabelle Huppert praised the Palme d'Or winner Michael Haneke on Sunday night, saying his work was extraordinary and went 'so far into the human soul.' Speaking at a press conference after the award ceremony, the nine members of the jury talked about their choices, and how they worked together. Images and soundbites of press conference.

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Fact-or-fiction Chanel-Stravinsky affair curtains Cannes

Coco Chanel's serial affairs with illustrious lovers have long been set in print, and Cannes curtains its film festival Sunday with a fact-or-fiction tale on her affair with Igor Stravinsky. Endorsed by the fashion label and starring house "face" Anna Mouglalis and Karl Lagerfeld designs, the story chronicles Chanel's 1913 encounter and ensuing affair with the Russian avant-garde composer.

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Cannes Laureates- Haneke, Gainsbourg and Waltz

Michael Haneke and his Palme d'Or, French director Jacques Audiard and his Grand Prix, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Christoph Waltz: the main laureates of the 62nd Cannes film festival spoke briefly at a press conference on Sunday night.

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Middle East- Targeting Pigs and Christians in Egypt

Zabaleen Christians in Cairo react to Egypt's plan to cull the country's pig population in wake of the global swine flu epidemic.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- The Shanks

Bill Pennington comes down with a case of The Shanks, an insidious swing flaw that may be contagious.

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Cannes Red Carpet- Closing ceremony

A fortnight of movie mania wraps up in Cannes with excitement mounting ahead of the announcement of this year’s Palme d’Or. Raw images from red carpet.

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Haneke's 'White Ribbon' takes top prize at Cannes

Austrian Michael Haneke's "The White Ribbon," a chilling study of malice in a German village on the eve of World War I, scooped the Palme d'Or top prize at the Cannes film festival Sunday. Haneke beat off strong competition from a score of films by heavyweights such as Quentin Tarantino and Jane Campion to walk away with the award at the end of the world's top cinema showcase. The Austrian's previous films include "The Piano Teacher," "Code Unknown" and "Hidden," which have surgically probed the sick underbelly of the modern middle classes

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Austria's Waltz takes Cannes best actor prize as polyglot Nazi

Austrian soap star Christoph Waltz clinched the best actor award in Cannes Sunday for his role as a multilingual Nazi in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds." Waltz plays the smooth-talking villain of the flick, SS colonel Hans Landa, whose memorable one-liners had the Cannes audience chortling throughout the film. Critics widely agreed that the 52-year-old -- who spent most of his career in television acting -- outshone a star cast that included Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger or rising Irish star Michael Fassbender.

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France's Gainsbourg scoops Cannes gold for 'Antichrist'

France's Charlotte Gainsbourg on Sunday clinched the best actress award in Cannes for her taboo-defying role as a woman driven insane by grief in the shock Danish thriller "Antichrist".

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