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Sunday, June 7, 2009

Statement Haunting Sotomayor

As Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor's Republican critics are backing away from personal attacks. Instead, they're focusing on a controversial statement she made in 2001. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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The Chairman Part 2

Ben Bernanke tells Scott Pelley what the Fed is doing to help fix the current economic crisis and when he expects the crippling recession to end.

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The Chairman Part 1

In a rare interview with a sitting Federal Reserve chairman, Ben Bernanke tells Scott Pelley what went wrong with America's financial system and how it caused the current economic crisis.

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Pentagon Tanker Fight

Pentagon Tanker Fight

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Getting GM Back On The Road

When GM finally emerges from bankruptcy, the new and smaller company will still face the challenge of producing cars that people actually want to buy. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Battle Of The Smartphones

Apple's iPhone has finally met its match? Palm's 'Pre' could be considered an iPhone killer, and could claw back market share from Apple and Blackberry. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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A Rags To Riches Tale

After winning the Powerball lottery, a dirt-poor horse rancher from South Dakota vows to help his community. Bianca Solarzano reports.

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Air France Still A Mystery

Authorities know they are looking in the right place for the Air France airbus. Six bodies have been pulled from the water, but the cause of the crash is still unknown. Richard Roth reports.

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Auto Dealers Feel The Pain

The American auto industry is in peril, mostly due to GM's bankruptcy. Some small business car dealers may end up going bankrupt themselves. Tony Guida reports.

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Tornado Hits Colorado

Caught On Tape: Live video of several tornadoes that touched down in the Denver area Sunday afternoon. Courtesy of tornadoVideos.net.

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iPhone VS Palm's 'Pre'

Natali Del Conte demonstates the uses of the new phone from Palm called the "Pre," which some claim is an iPhone killer.

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Webcam Trail Mix- All the World's a High School Stage

Watching foreign leaders snub each other reminds Craig of high school kids.

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Va. Gov. Race Preview- Battle of the Virginia Democrats

On Tuesday, June 9, Virginians will go to the polls to pick one of three Democrats in the party's gubernatorial primary. CQ Politics' Greg Giroux handicaps the race.

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Welcome Back Mr. President

CBS News RAW: After a busy week traveling to the Middle East and Europe, President Obama arrived safely at Andrews Air Force Base.

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Face The Nation, 06/07/09

Harry Smith spoke with Senior White House Advisor David Axelrod about the President's trip to Europe and the Middle East. Fmr. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich discussed his recent comments against Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.

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Gingrich Sounds Off On Sotomayor

Former Speaker of the House spoke with Harry Smith to discuss his recent remarks regarding Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor as well as the future of the GOP.

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Axelrod On The Road Ahead

White House Senior Advisory Davis Axelrod spoke with Harry Smith about Pres. Obama's trip abroad, Supreme Court justice nominee Sonia Sotomayor, and health care reform.

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Welcome To Drive-In Heaven

Who needs a conventional church when you can go to Pastor Larry Deich's Drive-In Christian Church in Neptune, Fla.? As Steve Hartman reports, his congregation is taking their faith to the great outdoors.

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Sunday Show Highlights 6/7/09

Sunday Show Highlights 6/7/09

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Obama's Trip- The Past And The Future

During his trip abroad this week, President Obama stepped back into Europe's dark past while looking to the future of peace in the Middle East and improving U.S./Arab relations. Chip Reid reports.

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Gingrich on racist comment

Gingrich on racist comment

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Shelby- US better off if Citicorp failed

Shelby: US better off if Citicorp failed

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Gingrich- Obama doing right thing on N. Korea

Gingrich: Obama doing right thing on N. Korea

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Clinton on 3 a.m. call- Obama has answered it

Clinton on 3 a.m. call: Obama has answered it

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Clinton on Israeli settlements

Clinton on Israeli settlements

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Axelrod- Critics "haven't been listening to the speeches"

Axelrod: Critics "haven't been listening to the speeches"

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Goolsbee on jobs- Encouraging but really bad

Goolsbee on jobs: Encouraging but really bad

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On Par With Bill Pennington- The Modern Golf School

Bill visits Annika Sorenstam's golf academy in Orlando, Fla.

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Middle East- Lebanese-Americans Return Home to Vote

As Lebanon goes to the polls in one of the most crucial elections of a generation, one Lebanese-American returns to his native country to cast his ballot.

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Europe veers right at EU parliamentary polls

Centre-right parties beat their Socialist rivals in EU parliamentary elections Sunday marked by record low turnout and extremist gains in recession-hit Europe.

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More bodies found from Air France crash

Brazil's navy recovered more bodies Sunday from an Air France jet that plunged into the Atlantic nearly a week ago, as investigators probed a possible link between false speed measurements and the crash.

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Paris honours Dalai Lama despite China fury

Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama insisted the a "close understanding" had developed between him and his "Chinese brothers and sisters" on Sunday as he was made an honorary citizen of the French capital Paris.

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Europeans head to the polls

People across Europe cast their votes on Sunday, the final day of European Parliament elections. Images of the poll from Greece, Belgium, Germany and France.

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Moderate challenger's wife threatens to sue Ahmadinejad

The wife of Mir Hossein Mousavi, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's main rival in June 12 polls, threatened on Sunday to sue the incumbent over his remarks on her qualifications in a fiery television debate.

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French President and First Lady cast their vote

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and First lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy both placed their vote in the XVIth arrondissement of Paris at lunchtime on Sunday.

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American WWII veteran revisits D-Day with family

On June 6, 1944, American paratrooper Chet Graham parachuted over the French town of Saint-Mère-Eglise as some 156,000 American and Allied soldiers invaded northern France in a bid to liberate France from German occupation. Seventy soldiers of his company of 150 died in the attack. Chet, now 91, has returned to Normandy regularly for more than 30 years and says when he dies, he wishes to be buried here. On the 65th anniversary of D-Day, Chet brought four generations of his family to Normandy so that they will never forget what he lived through. An AFPTV report.

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Past junta leader to run for Mauritania president

In an exclusive interview with the AFPTV the former head of a military junta who ruled Mauritania from 2005 until 2007 announced on Saturday his candidacy for the upcoming presidential election.

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Thousands turn out for Ahmadinejad's rival Mousavi

Iran's former premier Mir Hossein Mousavi, the most serious opponent to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in next Friday's presidential elections, has drown large crowds in Karaj, 40 km west of Tehran, on Saturday.

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Lebanese flock to polls in high-stakes vote

Lebanese voters flocked to the polls on Sunday morning in a high-stakes election that could see an alliance led by the Shiite militant group Hezbollah defeat the current ruling Western-backed coalition.

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Vows- Vows- Clelia and Blake

Clelia Peters and Blake Suttle tell of meeting in San Francisco, where her uncle, a biking buddy of Mr. Suttle's, introduced them.

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