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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Small Town Under Siege

A number of states are holding debates on immigration reform, while the small town of Postville, Iowa, is still struggling to recover from an immigration raid last year. Seth Doane reports.

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Facing The Music

After a thirty-year run, music compact discs, (CDs) may soon go the way of eight track tapes. The closing of two major retail outlets may signal the end of an era. Anthony Mason reports.

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Teen Summer Job Hunt

For teens, the competition for summer jobs is daunting and demoralizing. Less than a third of teens found jobs last summer. With today's economy, it's expected to worsen. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Without A Signal

Despite months of warnings, millions of television viewers found themselves without a TV after the nationwide switch to digital. Now, they're scrambling to reconnect. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Iran Election Results Phony?

Iran is in turmoil after President Ahmadinejad's landslide re-election victory. Hundreds citizens protested and opponents claim the victory was achieved through fraud. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Italy Murder Trial

An American student on trial for murder in Italy completed her second day of testimony. The trial is being held near Rome, but the details have people talking across Europe. Allen Pizzey reports.

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A Chat With 'Indigo Girls'

Erica Hill and Chris Wragge have a chat with the grammy award winning performers, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers from the 'indigo girls'.

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Indigo Girls, 'Closer To Fine'

The Indigo Girls return to the Second Cup caf . Grammy award winners Amy Ray and Emily Saliers perform their song, 'closer to fine'.

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Indigo Girls, 'What Are You Like'

The grammy award winning performers, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers from the 'indigo girls' perform the song, 'what are you like' from their album, Poseidon and the Bitter Bug

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Spicy Asian BBQ, On Budget

On this week's 'Chef On A Shoestring' Jet Tila, an Asian bistro chef, shows Erica Hill how to make, Thai Yum Salad, BBQ Chicken w/ Sticky Rice and Fried Banana Egg Rolls for under $35.

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Growing Great Roses

Master gardener William Moss shows Chris Wragge all we need to know to grow America's favorite flower roses. Moss shows us some easy-to-grow breeds.

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Under The Radar- 6.13.09

On this week's 'Under the Radar', Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us a bear who loves to boogie; A tickelish little critter; Also, a lobster too good looking to be dinner.

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Having Healthy Pregnancies

Healthy pregnancies mean healthier babies, but how does a mom-to-be know what to do to make her pregnancy as healthy as she can? Erica Hill speaks with author, Frances Largeman-Roth.

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11-Year-Old College Grad

Erica Hill sits down with 11-year-old college graduate, Moshe Kai Cavalin. Last Friday, the pint-sized Los Angeles native graduated with a 4.0 GPA from College, earning an Associates Degree.

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Iran Election Protests

Caught On Tape: A large group of supporters of Iran's main opposition candidate marching through downtown Tehran, Iran near his campaign offices, before gathering together.

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Bikers in the buff in London's Hyde Park

As every year, British cyclists are stripping down to the buff to join in the Naked Bike Ride. The sixth edition of what organisers call a fun protest against oil dependency and car culture takes Londoners to Hyde Park.

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Solana holds first ever meeting with Hezbollah MP

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana held unprecedented talks with a Hezbollah official on Saturday, during a Beirut visit to reaffirm Europe's support for Lebanon after last week's polls. He met in parliament with MP Hussein Hajj Hassan, whose Shiite movement is considered a terrorist organisation by the United States and which was defeated in the June 7 general election.

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Iran protests mount as Ahmadinejad wins landslide

Hardline incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won a crushing victory in Iran's hotly-disputed presidential vote, according to official results on Saturday. Riot police were out in Tehran as thousands of supporters of his defeated rival Mir Hossein Mousavi took to the streets. The moderate ex-premier Mousavi cried foul over election irregularities.

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Paris store sues Saudi princess over unpaid bills

A Saudi princess alleged to have run up unpaid bills worth millions of euros in a Paris shopping spree has agreed to settle a 125,000-dollar tab after bailiffs turned up at her hotel, a lawyer said.

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Mousavi cries foul in Iranian vote

Hardline incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was set on Saturday for a landslide victory in Iran's presidential race, crushing his moderate rival and Western hopes of change in the Islamic republic. But his main challenger, ex-premier Mir Hossein Mousavi, is crying foul and is protesting voting irregularities and claims victory as well.

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