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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Andy's Shoe Troubles

Andy Rooney tells why he wishes the smartest people would stop reinventing computers and start paying attention to shoes.

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60 Minutes, 06.14.09

Scott Kroft interviews Madoff whistle blower Harry Markopolos; Bob Simon reports on foreigners who are being asked to leave the country; Lesley Stahl speaks with organic chef, Alice Waters.

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Alice Waters

She has preached the virtues of fresh food grown in an environmentally friendly way. A world-class restaurant and eight cookbooks, Alice Waters created the "slow food" approach. Lesley Stahl reports.

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The Man Who Knew

Harry Markopolos repeatedly told the Securities and Exchange Commission that Bernie Madoff's investment fund was a fraud. He was ignored, and investors lost billions of dollars. Steve Kroft reports.

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For Better Or Worse

Foreigners who marry Americans are entitled to be permanent residents of the U.S., but now, many widows are being asked to leave the country because their husbands died. Bob Simon reports.

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232 Years Of The American Flag

Americans celebrated Flag Day today, 232 years after 'old glory' was adopted by the continental congress. One Illinois man treats every day as Flag Day. Anthony Mason reports.

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Obama Breaking Promises?

Many Californians are wondering what ever happened to president Obama's well-publicized affordable housing program. Bill Whitaker talks with one family that feels let down.

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Congress Talks Health Reform

After months of talk, congress finally got down to the work of drafting legislation on health care reform. President Obama will soon make his case to skeptical doctors. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Gas Creeps Back Up

In case you haven't noticed, gas prices have been steadily rising again. Prices jumped another 17 cents in two weeks. Could costlier gas sap the economic recovery? Priya David reports.

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Netanyahu On Palestinian State

Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu conceded Palestinians' right to a state, but only if it is kept de-militarized with a flag and a national anthem. Richard Roth reports.

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Tehran Fired Up

Two days after the presidential elections, losing candidate, Mousavi demanded the results be set aside and urged more protests. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Chance For Palestinan State?

CBS News RAW: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, through a translator, called for the creation of a limited Palestinian state, but strongly noted that it would have to be disarmed.

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Iranians Take To The Streets

CBS News RAW: Protesters lined the streets of Tehran in support of presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner.

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Face The Nation, 06.14.09

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senators Mitch McConnel (R-Ky.) and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) about hopes for Congress to resolve health care reform, the confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor, and the prison at Guantanamo Bay before summer recess. Also, Schieffer remembers Tim Russert.

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Cleaning Up Health Care

Before their summer recess, can Congress tackle a plethora of pressing issues; from health care to the confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor? Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)

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Sen. Durbin Reacts

Is it possible for Congress to take on so many issues, especially health care reform? That's the plan, but can it be done? Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) spoke with Bob Schieffer.

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Missing Old Tim

It's been one year since the passing of Tim Russert and Bob Schieffer recalls their friendly competition over the years but, more importantly, the friendship and respect they shared over the years.

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Take What You Can Get

Faith Salie has some advice for the Graduating Class of 2009 and take her words to heart; it may not be pretty, but it's the ugly truth.

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Sunday Show Highlights 6/14/09

Sunday Show Highlights 6/14/09

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McConnell on gov. involvement in health care

McConnell on gov. involvement in health care

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Romney on Iranian elections

Romney on Iranian elections

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Biden on Iranian elections

Biden on Iranian elections

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Dodd on his wife's Health Care involvement

Dodd on his wife's Health Care involvement

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Sebelius open to health care mandate

Sebelius open to health care mandate

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Iran cracks down on protesters after violence

Iran cracks down on reformist leaders, after a new wave of violence erupts, following the country's disputed election. On Sunday, defeated presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi said he has requested the Guardians Council -- the body supervising elections -- to cancel the result of the presidential poll.

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Ahmadinejad defiant as defeated rival protests vote

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad defended his re-election at a mass victory rally on Sunday but his defeated rival demanded the result be scrapped, setting the stage for further tense confrontations after the authorities cracked down on opposition protests. Addressing a sea of thousands of flag-waving supporters packed into central Tehran, the hardline Ahmadinejad denied the result of Friday's vote another four years was "distorted."

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Iranians react to election results

Tension runs high in Iran after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's victory in an election that triggered a wave of street riots and complaints of vote-rigging. Iranians react to the election results.

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