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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Treating Autism

One in every 150 children in America has autism, and the number of reported cases are growing. The total cost of caring for an autistic child can be expensive. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Iran Quiet, Debate Strong

The streets of Iran's capital were mostly quiet recently, but the crisis over the disputed presidential election is far from over. Elizabeth Palmer has more.

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The War Next Door

Drug-cartel fueled violence has turned into a war in Mexico, with thousands of deaths and the government battling gangs whose weapons come mostly from U.S. dealers. Anderson Cooper reports.

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A Clean Version Of Hell

A look at the secretive "Supermax" federal prison, where the nation's most dangerous and infamous criminals are held under the strictest rules. Scott Pelley reports.

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Paternal Truths

Now that father's day cards and gifts have been opened, acknowledge some paternal truths. Financial writer and three-time dad, Michael Lewis tells Anthony Mason about paternal truths.

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Steve Jobs' Condition

The report that Apple CEO Steve Jobs received a liver transplant is triggering a lot of talk in the business world. Russ Mitchell speaks with Dr. Jon Lapook, who helps sort out some issues.

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Evening News Online, 6.21.09

Sunday: Iran's capital was quiet, but the crisis is far from over; June 21st is the start of summer, but where is the sun?; Plus, Author and dad, Michael Lewis tells us about paternal truths.

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A Man And His Mustang

Anyone who believes dog is man's best friend, probably has not met Dick Fuchs of Connecticut, who reserves first place in his heart for his car. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Weather Woes

June 21st marks the summer solstice, which is the official start of summer that should be filled with warmth and sun. But in most of the U.S. there has been nasty weather. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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History Repeating Itself?

This recent unrest in Iran is bringing back memories for those who were there for the chaos 30-years ago, a time that changed Iran's history. Randall Pinkston reports.

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60 Minutes, 6.21.09

Scott Pelley takes a look at secretive "Supermax" federal prison; Anderson Cooper reports on the Drug-cartel war in Mexico; Also, Steve Kroft talks with basketball superstar, LeBron James.

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Difficulties Of Being 'Dad'

Full Interview: Anthony Mason speaks with Michael Lewis, author of 'HOME GAME: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood' about the struggles of fatherhood in today's age.

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Surf Dogs

Many brave surf dogs took to the waves and spectators gathered to watch the dog surfing event unfold. More than $10,000 was raised for the resort's non-profit partner, Modest Needs Foundation.

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CQ's Leg Up- Week of June 22, 2009

Leg Up is a new feature on CQ, where every week CQ reporters will give you the inside scoop on the big stories they're following. This week our topics are Health Care, Appropriations and Immigration.

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Fast Draw- What's In A Name?

One of the joys of fatherhood is helping to choose the name of the baby but, as Fast Draw's Mitch Butler and Josh Landis reports, it can be a perplexing job.

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Father-In-Chief

In an interview with Harry Smith, President Obama talks about one of his unofficial duties as president but, certainly, one of his most important; being a father to daughters Sasha and Malia.

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'Tehrangeles' protests against Ahmadinejad

The Iranian community in Los Angeles is the largest in the world. As mass uprisings continue to convulse Iran, they too are taking to the streets to express their solidarity with their Iran-based counterparts.

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Yannick Noah celebrates French Festival of Music in New York

AFPTV goes to meet Yannick Noah, the French tennis champ-turned-singer in New York for a major music festival.

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Style- Fashion Spotlight- Trussardi

At the Spring/Summer 2010 Men's Fashion Show in Milan, Suzy Menke interviews the designer Milan Vukmirovic and Beatrice Trussardi, the chief executive of Trussardi.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- Gearhead, Interrupted

Bill Pennington takes an overcomplicated approach to teaching a beginner.

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Pakistan win ICC World T20 title

Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by eight wickets to claim their first major title in 17 years at Lord's on Sunday with all-rounder Shahid Afridi named man of the match. Captain Younus Khan dedicated the win to his troubled homeland before announcing his retirement from Twenty20 internationals.

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New Acropolis Museum opens

After years of controversy and delays, the Acropolis Museum is finally open -- an ultra-modern glass building seated at the foot of the one of the world's most ancient sites.

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