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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Michael Phelps

He's the most decorated Olympian ever, after winning a record eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Games. So, what does Phelps do for an encore? He hits the pool with Anderson Cooper of '60 Minutes'!

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Rooney On Newspapers

Andy Rooney talks about the daily routine of reading newspapers. Unfortunately, some newspapers are bound to go out of business due to the recession.

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60 Minutes, 05.31.09

Scott Pelley examines FDIC's control of a failed bank; Steve Kroft reports from Pakistan on Islamic insurgents; Anderson Cooper speaks with Olympian, Michael Phelps; Also, Andy Rooney on newspapers.

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Sad Ending To GM Story

With a majority of its bondholders removing the last obstacle, General Motors is poised to declare bankruptcy tomorrow. A sad chapter in what was once a great success story. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Starfish Enterprise

Disney-Pixar's "UP" got a boost from rave reviews, one California writer gave it four and a half 'starfish' out of a possible five. Ben Tracy has more on the starfish enterprise.

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War In Pakistan

Steve Kroft reports from Pakistan, where Islamic insurgents are trying to take over the country and he interviews its new president, Asif Ali Zardari.

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Your Bank Has Failed

Scott Pelley has an exclusive look as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation takes control of a failed bank.

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Green Car Rentals

One long-term goal of the auto industry restructuring is a shift to more energy efficient and environmentally friendly cars. As John Blackstone reports, the transition is already underway

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Rethinking Car Buying

As two giant car makers hammer out details with Washington for restructuring, the industry and government partners are confronting how to get people to buy new cars again. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Abortion Doctor Killed

Police now have one person in custody after the shooting of 67-year-old, George Tiller, one of the nation's most well known late term abortion doctors. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Preparing For Private Grilling

Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor is preparing for tough questions when she heads to Capitol Hill for closed-door meetings. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Anniversary Of Chinese Tragedy

Barry Petersen looks back 20 years to China's pro-democracy student uprising that ended in tragedy.

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Face The Nation, 5.31.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Diane Feinstein, Sen Jon Kyl, The NY Times' David Brooks and The Washington Post's Bob Woodward about Judge Sonia Sotomayor's ability to serve on the Supreme Court.

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Big Ben Turns 150

Charles Osgood comments on the 150th anniversary of London, England's symbolic Big Ben clock.

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Blood And Money On Horseshoe Bay

In Full: A millionaire's outrageous sex life may have led to his gruesome murder. Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports on the case.

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Closing Guantanamo

Bob Schieffer discussed President Obama's efforts to close the terrorist prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

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Dems Defend Sotomayor

Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Diane Feinstein and Sen Jon Kyl about controversial remarks made by first Hispanic Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor.

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Sotomayor's Chances

Bob Schieffer spoke with The New York Times' David Brooks and The Washington Post's Bob Woodward about Judge Sonia Sotomayor's ability to serve on the Supreme Court.

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A Band's Resurgence

After a 4 year hiatus, which included a near breakup and the sudden death of saxophonist LeRoi Moore, the Dave Matthews Band is back with a new album, Big Whiskey and the Groogrux King.

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Sunday Show Highlights 5/31/09

Sunday Show Highlights 5/31/09

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Feinstein and Kyl on Sotomayor

Feinstein and Kyl on Sotomayor

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Feinstein and Kyl on Sotomayor

Feinstein and Kyl on Sotomayor

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Schumer- "She'll stand by the entire speech"

Schumer: "She'll stand by the entire speech"

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Leahy on Sotomayor hearings

Leahy on Sotomayor hearings

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McConnell- Reverse-racist, "certainly not my view"

McConnell: Reverse-racist, "certainly not my view"

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Graham and Specter on Sotomayor

Graham and Specter on Sotomayor

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This week in Playback 5/29/09

This week in Playback 5/29/09

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Six die in shootout between Fatah and Hamas

Six people were killed in a West Bank shoot-out on Sunday when an attempt to arrest a senior Hamas commander went awry, deepening the rift between the two main Palestinian factions. The Islamist Hamas movement ruling the Gaza Strip warned that the rival Fatah group loyal to president Mahmud Abbas had crossed a "red line" over the killing of one of its top fighters in the arrest operation. The firefight erupted when Palestinian police dominated by Fatah tried to arrest Mohammed al-Samman, commander of Hamas's armed wing in the northern West Bank, who was also on Israel's wanted list.

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Good morning Gaza- the radio station helping the disabled

The Gaza Strip has the highest density of disabled people anywhere in the world and the economic crisis gripping the Palestinian territory hits them particularly hard. Forsan Alredada radio station in the Deir el-Balah refugee camp is giving them a helping hand. Forty-five percent of its staff are disabled.

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Evanglicals feed Africa's faith

Like many countries across Africa, Benin has witnessed a spectacular rise in evangelical Christianity, as the Roman Catholic Church of the country's former colonial power, France, loses influence with locals. Converts praise the emotional intensity of the experience, while naysayers gripe that religion has become big business.

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Japanese urge Parisians to keep the city tidy

A group of Japanese eco-enthusiasts gathered under Paris's iconic Eiffel Tower at the weekend, in a bid to get tourists and locals to make more of an effort in keeping the city clean. Joined by passers-by of several nationalities, the Green Bird squad -- part of a volunteer movement in Japanese and European cities -- was aiming to encourage residents and visitors alike to keep the French capital tidy.

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South Korea feels the tension as North Korea plans more tests

With North Korea now moving another long range missile to a test site, concern is rising among ordinary South Koreans about the potential of political posturing escalating rapidly into conflict.

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Tiananmen dissident still defiant as anniversary approaches

Bao Tong fell from grace for supporting the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations, but the regrets go back much further than that for the former top official, who calls the entire history of Communist China a "waste". The former aide to disgraced Communist Party leader Zhao Ziyang has spent the past 20 years in jail or under house arrest. In the lead up to the sensitive anniversary he has been taken out of Beijing by authorities, who are trying to quash any attempts of protest.

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South Korea- clashes as people mourned for former president

More than 30 South Koreans are arrested during clashes with police as gatherings to mourn dead former president Roh Moo-Hyun take on an anti-government atmosphere. Roh Moo-Hyun who held office from 2003-8 has become a martyr in the eyes of his supporters. They say the current conservative government launched a politically motivated probe, a claim it denies.

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South Korea worried about a new long-range missile

North Korea fired another short-range missile on Friday and threatened fresh steps to defend itself if world powers impose sanctions for its nuclear test, as tensions persisted on the Korean peninsula. AFPTV asks ordinary people in South Korea's capital Seoul what they think about the ramp-up in North Korea's military activity.

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