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Saturday, June 6, 2009

Remembering D-Day

Sixty-five years ago, Bob Watson was a young navy sailor, in a unit that was one of the first to land at Omaha Beach on D-day. Now, he reflects on the beaches of Normandy. Sandra Hughes reports.

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In The Hole

President Obama agreed to honorary chair the President's Cup Tournament, a big deal in the golf world. At this point, the least bit helps with the struggling sport. Jeff Glor reports.

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The Future Of U.S. Health Care

While health care costs have been going up almost everywhere, at one Seattle hospital they're going down by driving out waste. This may be America's health care future. John Blackstone reports.

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Double Deportee Jeopardy

Many understand that if you are found not guilty by a jury, you can walk free. That's not what happened in a terrorism case in Florida. Family members call it double jeopardy. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Air France Bodies Found

Search planes scouring the Atlantic spotted two bodies and a briefcase on radar this morning. The case had an Air France ticket inside. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Preventing Another D-Day

On the 65th anniversary of the d-day invasion President Obama and leaders of France, Great Britain and Canada gazed out over what was once the bloody battlefield of Omaha beach. Chip Reid reports.

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Chef Leah Cohen's 3-Courses

Executive Chef Leah Cohen, as our 'Chef on a Shoestring' prepares a 3-course meal on our budget of just $35. Her menu includes, grilled watermelon salad, berries & custard and potato wrapped tilapia

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Missy Higgins, 'Where I Stood'

This week in the Second Cup Caf , Australian singer/songwriter Missy Higgins performs her single, 'Where I Stood' from her album, 'On a Clear Night'.

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Missy Higgins, 'Steer'

Australian singer/songwriter Missy Higgins performs her single, 'Steer' from her album, 'On a Clear Night'.

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How To Tell If You Smell

Certain foods or activities leave us giving off a not-very-pleasant odor. How do we fight that? Chris Wragge speaks with Rebekah George of 'Prevention' about battling those unpleasant scents.

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Under The Radar- 6.6.09

On this week's 'Under the Radar', Chris Wragge and Erica Hill speak about how the Grammy's have dumped polka music; A British couple's crop circle is losing crops; Also, Britney Spear's sons dance.

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Summer Office Attire

Office attire is always questionable in some offices. Isabel Gonzalez Whitaker from InStyle magazine shows Erica Hill some office attire do's and don'ts.

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Pilates Secrets

Ever wonder how to get that great body? Trainer Chris Robinson tells us the secret is Pilates. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill speak with the celebrity trainer about sculpting a beautiful body.

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Mike Allen- Omaha Beach Walkway

Mike Allen: Omaha Beach Walkway

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Mike Allen- 'Faith of our Fathers'

Mike Allen: 'Faith of our Fathers'

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Mike Allen- Camera at Normandy Anniversary

Mike Allen: Camera at Normandy Anniversary

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Joe Perry, Guitar Hero

Only On The Web: Lead guitarist for the massively-successful rock band Aerosmith, Joe Perry tells CBS News about the band's "Guitar Hero" video game and their upcoming tour.

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South Ossetians struggle to rebuild lives

Nine months after the war between Russia and Georgia over the disputed region of South Ossetia, the people that live there are still waiting for their homes to be rebuilt and for essential services to be restored.

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Politics- Bi-Partisan Health Care Reform Bill

John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC sits down with Senator Max Baucus (D-MT) and Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) to discuss a developing bi-partisan health care reform bill.Video: (CNBC)

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Bodies, debris from Air France plane recovered

Brazilian search teams on Saturday recovered two male bodies, a plane seat and other remains from an Air France jetliner that went down over the Atlantic nearly a week ago with 228 people on board. The finds -- the first from the crash -- were to be taken to the Fernando de Noronha archipelago, the closest inhabited spot to the zone they were found, for initial inspection by five Brazilian forensic police.

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US 'must not forget' D-Day heroes- Obama

US President Barack Obama on Saturday promised the United States would never forget the dead of D-Day in 1944, saying the Allied troops killed on Normandy's beaches changed history.

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Cyprus, Malta, Latvia and Slovakia vote in EU elections

Saturday was European parliamentary elections day for people in Cyprus, Malta, Latvia and Slovakia, who were seen casting their ballots at various polling stations.

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World leaders pay homage to D-Day's history-makers

Leaders of the United States, France, Britain and Canada gathered with hundreds of World War II veterans on Saturday to mark the 65th anniversary of D-Day on the beaches of Normandy.

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Obama warns North Korea and Iran over nuclear threat

US President Barack Obama said Saturday that North Korea's nuclear weapon test had been "extraordinarily provocative" and that it would be "profoundly dangerous" for Iran to get a nuclear bomb.

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Euro elections- Ambivalence reigns

With voting over in Britain, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Ireland, it's already feared that the 2009 European elections will be remembered for the large number of abstentions and the rise of extremist parties.

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France's Pinault unveils modern art gallery in Venice

French billionaire Francois Pinault unveils the Punta della Dogana, a modern art museum created from a disused customs house at the entrance to Venice's Grand Canal.

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Lebanon braces for electoral showdown

Lebanese voters go to the polls on Sunday for a crucial parliamentary election which will help determine whether the tiny Mediterranean country bordered by Syria and Israel continues to look West or whether it tilts more towards Iran.

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65 years on, WWII veteran is back in Normandy

At age 88, World War II veteran Edmund Rank has come to Normandy for the first time to join in the D-Day commemorations. Despite his bravery, he refuses to be recognised as a hero.

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WWII veteran's family revisits D-Day

American WWII veteran Chet Graham has been commemorating D-Day for over 30 years, but this time around he brought his family along. so that they can understand what he lived through, on that historic day of June 4, 1944.

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Italy votes in EU polls amid low turnout, far-right fears

Polling stations opened on Saturday afternoon in Italy for the European elections. The vote, which will continue throughout the country on Sunday, is seen as a test for scandal-hit Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

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