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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Evening News Online, 06.30.09

Tuesday: The FDA warns against use of popular painkillers Vicodin and Percocet; And, Al Franken is declared Minnesota's new senator after a contentious 7-month battle.

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China Web-Filtering Delay

China postpones deadline for pre-installing Green Dam internet filtering software. (Asia Confidential)

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Obama Will Force A GE Split

GE may be top recipient in U.S government and debt guarantee program. (Asia Confidential)

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GM Plaintiffs Take Back Seat

Accident victims and others suing General Motors are ending up at the back of the line for payments under GM's bankruptcy reorganization, reports Randall Pinkston.

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Gains In European Stocks

Analysis and discussion with Willem-Mark Nabbaro of Exane BNB Paribas Head of European equities. He talks about the gains and stocks on European market. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Iraqi Forces Take Over

American troops have stepped aside in most major cities in Iraq, allowing that nation's armed forces to take command there. CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Seller's Sales Strategies

The recession has changed many American's buying habits dramatically. Anthony Mason shows us how one of America's biggest stores is changing its sales strategy in the series, 'Life After Debt'.

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Australia Bank's Return On Equity

Australia's banking group moves closer to buys World Bank of Scotland unit across the Asia pack. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Japan May Exit Shipbuilding

Dryships says Japan is about to exit shipbuilding within 5 to 10 years. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Franken Wins Senate Seat

Nearly eight months after voters went to the polls, the Minnesota Senate race has finally yielded a winner: Democrat Al Franken. Chip Reid reports.

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New Warnings About Painkillers

The Food and Drug Administration has suggested that there are increased dangers associated with popular prescription painkillers Vicodin and Percocet, along with acetaminophen. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Inside Look On Asian Market

Marc Faber recommends Asian stocks on Dips, commodity stocks and tourism stocks. (The Trade)

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VIX Below Lehman Bankruptcy Level

The VIX index fall to its lowest level since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. (The Trade)

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Madoff May Be Headed For High Security Prison

Madoff faces harsher imprisonment than corporate predecessors. (The Trade)

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Exclusive Video- Ex-CIA Rapist

Ex-CIA agent Andrew Warren leaves a Washington, DC courthouse today after being charged with rape.

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Stanford To Wait In Jail For Fraud Trial

Stanford will stay on jail while waiting until his trial; he's accused of leading a $7 billion Ponzi Scheme. (The Trade)

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Vietnam Asia's Best Performer In Second Quarter

Industries on rubber, motors and a property corner, royal international are the company that has interest in casino that is relevant point that pushes Vietnam stocks up. (The Trade)

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Dollar Rise Against Most Major Currencies

The dollar rise up to 0.4% as the most of the week and consumer confidence shows the unexpected drop on its rating. (The Trade)

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Economy Is On Path Of Recovery

The stocks rebound from a record low, still the second worst reading in a decade of negative 48 which is better from the past three months. (The Trade)

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Notebook- Iraq

Katie Couric speaks about the final withdrawal of U.S. troops from major Iraq cities. Iraqis greeted the day with celebration, but as the troops are leaving, violence is increasing.

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Spotlight - Banco Espirito Santo

Interview with General Manager Moses Dodo (Taking Stock)

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Emerging Markets Spotlight - Brazil, Latin America

Analysis and Discussion with Geoffrey Dennis of Citigroup (Taking Stock)

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Commodities Outlook - Corn Plummets on USDA Report

2009 Crop Report - Roundtable Discussion Featuring Central States Commodities President Jason Britt (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Google

Live! From Aspen, CO: Exclusive Interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt (Bloomberg News)

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Economic Expectations - Unemployment Rate Yet to Peak

Analysis and Discussion with Chris Rupkey of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 6.30

S&P and Nasdaq Each Fall Less Than 1%, Dow Falls Around 1%; Telecom and Industrials Worst Performers of the Day; Al Franken Officially to Be Sworn in as a Senator of Minnesota After Coleman Concedes (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Delinquencies Double on Least-Risky Loans

Roundtable Discussion Featuring David Joy of RiverFront Investments (Bloomberg News)

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Bobby Flay's Fancy Food Finds

TV host and chef Bobby Flay showed off some of the great new foods featured during New York City's Fancy Food Show.

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A Special 48 Hours

CBS News examines the mystery surrounding Michael Jackson's death and the many questions that remain. Tonight at 10 ET/PT.

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Help For Your Summer Hair

The sun's damaging effects on hair can be thwarted with special hair care products, Kristin Perrotta from Allure magazine explains more to Maggie Rodriguez.

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Nifty Camping Gear

Whether at a park or in your backyard, there's plenty of products to make your camp experience fun, says Paul Hochman from Fast Company magazine.

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Heart Stem Cells Show Promise

Eating disorders for pre-teens are alarmingly too common, reports Terrell Brown. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Elizabeth Shaw from Parenting magazine.

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California Confronts Deficit Deadline

California Fiscal Year Begins Tomorrow with No Budget Plan in Sight; Meanwhile, U.S. Lets California Set Auto Emission Standards (Bloomberg News)

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Recap - AIG Shareholder Meeting

AIG's Outgoing CEO Ed Liddy Says Company in Better Shape vs. Several Months Ago, Says Company Has "Excellent Chance" to Repay U.S.; AIG Says Derivatives Loss Risk May Last Long and Have Little Adverse Effect on Results (Bloomberg News)

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Megan Fox's Transformation

Harry Smith spoke with actress Megan Fox about her role in the blockbuster Transformers sequel.

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Al Franken Wins Minnesota Court Ruling Over Senate Seat

According to Court, Franken Entitled to Receive Election Certificate (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Singing Away the Summer

U.K Summer Music Festival Business Growing at an Alarming Rate (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Best Western International

Holiday Spending on Hotels - Interview with Best Western CEO David Kong (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - GE Breaks Into Stem Cell Research

GE Teaming Up with Geron; The Goal is to Develop and Test New Drugs in Vitro (Bloomberg News)

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'Tweenorexia' on the Rise

Eating disorders for pre-teens are alarmingly too common, reports Terrell Brown. Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Elizabeth Shaw from Parenting magazine.

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Sector to Watch - Utilities

Utilities Biggest Drag on Market; Both Citigroup and Barclays Downgrade Southern Co. (Bloomberg News)

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Housing Outlook - Home Prices Falling at a Slower Pace

Impact of Rising Mortgage Rates - Interview with Robert Shiller, Co-Creator of the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Change at the Top?

Days of Celebrities on Corporate Boards May Be Numbered as SEC to Propose Tighter Rules on Board Members (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Duke Energy

Exclusive Interview with CEO Jim Rogers (Bloomberg News)

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Jackson's Will to be Filed

Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Michael Jackson biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli and legal analyst Lisa Bloom about how the pop star's estate will be handled if his attorney files a will said to exist.

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Farrah's Photoshoot Outtakes

Celebrity photographer Bruce McBroom took the now infamous photo of Farrah Fawcett before her breakout role in Charlie's Angels. Sandra Hughes reports.

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In-Depth Look - Those Poor Oil Companies

Tough Times for Oil Drillers on Account of Too Many Rigs, Exploration Budgets Way Down, and Full Oil Storage; Day Rates for Jack-Up Rigs Down 30-50%, 21% of World Jack-Up Fleet is Idle (Bloomberg News)

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Yemeni Plane Crash

From 163 passengers, one child survives a flight from Yemen to Madagascar that crashed in the Indian Ocean, reports Elizabeth Palmer.

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Inside Look - Legg Mason Midyear Investment Outlook

Interview with Steven Bleiberg of Legg Mason Global Asset Allocation (Bloomberg News)

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Iraq Takes Control of Cities

U.S. troops in Iraq will remain on base unless called in an emergency now that Iraq's security forces are in control of its cities, reports Lara Logan.

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The Currency Report - Brazilian Real

Real Poised for Biggest Quarterly Gain in Fifteen Years (Bloomberg News)

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Fight For Jackson's Estate

Michael Jackson's mother was granted temporary guardianship over her son's estate and children, Ben Tracy reports. Family attorney Brian Oxman commented on Michael's relationship with his father.

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Madoff's Attorney Speaks Out

Harry Smith spoke with Bernie Madoff's attorney Ira Lee Sorkin about his client's 150 year sentence.

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Is Ruth Madoff Next?

With Bernie Madoff jailed, prosecutors will now focus on business associates including his wife, Ruth. Jeff Glor reports.

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Preview - 2Q Earnings Season

Analysis and Discussion with Howard Silverblatt of S&P: Earnings That are "Less Bad" in 4Q Will Not Be Good Enough (Bloomberg News)

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Flying Upside Down- Charting the Course



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Evening News Online, 06.29.09

Monday: Disgraced financier Bernie Madoff is sentenced to 150 years in prison for his massive Ponzi scheme, the worst in history; Plus, Michael Jackson's estate now in question.

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In-Depth Look - Health-Care Reform

Interview and discussion with the Former Congressional Budget Office Director, Douglas Holtz-Eakin. He says we spend too much on health-care. (Bloomberg News)

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Flying Upside Down- Staying the Course



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Vaccine Maker Vical - Big Mover

Vical proves that they can make a drug that can protect us from swine flu. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - The China Perspective

Interview and discussion with Yichen Zhang of the C.I.T.I.C. Capital. He gives his perception regarding China's financial stability. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 6.30

Lydia Thew is live in the New York Stock Exchange with the latest in the market . (Bloomberg News)

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AIG Shareholders Meet

A.I.G. host is first shareholders meeting since they receive more than $180 billion and a government bailout. (Bloomberg News)

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Ruth Madoff's $2.5 Million

Ruth Madoff receives $2.5 million from justice department settlement. (Bloomberg News)

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M&A Green Shoots

Credit markets continue slowly thaw out. Record bond sales and gains of 40% in the s&p 500. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Rising Costs Of Health Care

Interview and discussion with David Walker of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. He says that the single largest challenge to our fiscal future, if not gotten right, could bankrupt America. (Bloomberg News)

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Administration Pushes Need For Health-Care Reform

The Obama Administration pushes the health-care reform to the voters. (Bloomberg News)

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Jackson's Mother Gains Limited Control

A Los Angeles court gives Jackson's mother limited control on her sons belongings. (Bloomberg News)

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General Mills Increases Dividends

General Mills says they will increase their quarterly dividend, 47 cents from 43 cents. (Bloomberg News)

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Airline With Nothing To Hide

Air New Zealand finds a way to get passengers to pay attention by having a video showing people naked with only paints and seat belts. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Currencies Gain The Markets' Attention

Interview and discussion with David Woo of the Barclays Capital. He says the Dollar will continue to fall. (Bloomberg News)

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Twins Slam By Credit Turmoil

Minnesota Twins transfer four million dollars to a fund for its new stadium. (Bloomberg News)

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Murray No Fan Of Tennis Roof

Aandy Murray says even though he win the enclosed stadium made it seem as though he was playing in a bath. (Bloomberg News)

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Yao's Career In Danger

The career of N.B.A. star Yao Ming could be threatened by a foot injury. (Bloomberg News)

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Small School Beat the Ivies

Ivy League Colleges envies by small schools for the ways that they manage their endowments. (Bloomberg News)

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Jon & Kate May File Lawsuit

Jon & Kate may file lawsuit against broadcasters. (Bloomberg News)

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Fed Chairman Benanke's 'Green Shoot' Lexicon

Green shoots glow both ways, blossoming and also in danger of withering. The term inspires consumer confidence. (Bloomberg News)

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Credit Picture In Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan commodities in boom. (Bloomberg News)

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Borat Vs. Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan fights "Borat" image with $1.5 million lobbying campaign. (Bloomberg News)

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Auto Sales May Top 10M Annual Rate In June

Auto sales were more than 10 million. It is down about 26% from a year ago but sales are being helped by low interest rates and improving consumer confidence. (Bloomberg News)

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J&J Wins Record Verdict Against Abbot Labs

Johnson & Johnson wins a huge patent suit against Abbott Labs. (Bloomberg News)

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Turkey Struggles With Unemployment, Plunging GDP

Turkey and the European Union push ahead with membership talks despite strong opposition from European Leaders. (Bloomberg News)

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Home Prices Fall

Home prices in major U.S. cities probably fall on foreclosures. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

The biggest quarterly rise since the index was created 21 years ago. Mining stocks surges. Copper doing its best in the 1 year. Oil stocks also climbing. (Bloomberg News)

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Hong Kong Disneyland Expands

Disneyland in Hong Kong is expanding. Three new attractions will be added over the next five years at the cost of about $5 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Climate Plan Faces Challenge In Senate

President Obama says he is confident congress will complete work on climate legislation but he says the effort still faces significant hurdles in the senate. (Bloomberg News)

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Yemeni Plane Crashes

Yemeni airliner crashes in the Indian Ocean. Authorities say some of the bodies are recovered, most of the passengers aboard the plane are French and Comoron. (Bloomberg News)

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Iraq Auction Oilfield Contracts To Foreign Companies

Iraq welcomes oil companies for their oil after expelling them for three decades. (Bloomberg News)

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Zelaya Seeks UN Help

Honduras ousted President expects to speak to U.N. today to ask them to return him into power. (Bloomberg News)

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US Combat Troops Exit Iraqi Cities

U.S. combat troops pull out of towns in cities in Iraq turning over control to Iraqi police. (Bloomberg News)

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Stanford Bail Decision Today

Accused swindler Allen Stanford may find out today if he will make bail. He's been in jail in Houston, Texas, for 12 days accused of defrauding at least 30,000 investors in a scheme involving the sale of deposit certificates. (Bloomberg News)

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Harsh Prison Life Expected - Madoff

Bernard Madoff gets 150 years in prison. He was sentence for conning scores of investors out of billions of dollars. He may end up in a high security prison. (Bloomberg News)

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Jobs Returns With Little Fanfare

Steve jobs returns to work. Apple shares rise 67% since Jobs went on leave in January. Ryan Jacob says investors got use to Apple without Jobs' oversight. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

U.K. consumer confidence hits 14-month high. G.D.P. contracts most since 1958. (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Focus

CalPERS C.I.O. sees emerging market growth, raising allocations. (Bloomberg News)

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Three Decades Lost For Treasuries

Treasuries head for steepest first half loss in three decades. (Bloomberg News)

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S&P's Best Quarter Since '98

The S&P advances yesterday. Technology continues to gain ground for the year with a gain of around 20% overall. (Bloomberg News)

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Middle East- Iraqis Celebrate U.S. Troop Withdrawals

Iraqis celebrated the withdrawal of American combat forces with parades and a national holiday.

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Well- Eating on the Run- Deena Kastor

Elite marathoner, Deena Kastor, and Mark Bittman, food columnist at The New York Times, talk about food and running.

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City Room- Second Chance

Three monks living in exile in Utica, N.Y., continue the campaign for their country's democracy.

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Main U.S. Political Parties Seen by Many as Too Extreme

Forty-two percent of Americans say the political views of the Democratic Party are "about right," more then the 34% who say the same about the Republican Party.

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Brain drain no more as young Nigerians return

More and more Nigerians, who had left home to study and work abroad, are choosing to return to their roots. With the credit crisis biting in Europe and the States, the phenomenon appears to be gathering pace.

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Battling Mexico's drug cartels

An estimated 10,000 people have died in Mexico in the last four years in drug-related violence, prompting fears that the country's cartel turf wars may spill over the border. The United States, the world's largest cocaine consumer, and Mexico are stepping up efforts to stem the cross-border flow of drugs and cash. AFPTV accompanies the Mexican army up to the border with Texas, where it is engaged in a fierce battle against the powerful cartels.

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Zipcar becoming an American staple

Carsharing has seen enormous success in the U.S. and a handful of other European cities. Zipcar, a company that lets customers borrow cars straight from the parking lot, is becoming a way of life for many Americans. This is a voiced version of an AFPTV report.

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Airliner crashes off Comoros with 153 aboard

A Yemeni Airbus jet carrying 153 people crashed into the Indian Ocean as it came in to land in the Comoros islands early Tuesday but rescuers pulled a child from the sea alive, officials said.

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Out of Iraq's cities, US troops hold on to its prisons

US soldiers have left Iraq's cities but are not yet giving up the three prisons where they hold more than 10,000 detainees on Iraqi soil. The guards at those detention centres will be American for at least another year, while Iraqis are trained to take up the job. AFPTV reports from Camp Cropper.

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Turkey opens new 'chapter' in EU membership bid

Turkey opened another chapter -- this time on taxation -- in Brussels on Tuesday, continuing its long and torturous quest to join the European Union.

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Iraqis take control as US troops leave cities

Iraqis celebrated as their troops they took control of towns and cities nationwide from departing US soldiers six years after the invasion. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki laid a wreath at Iraq's tomb of the unknown soldier inside the heavily-fortified Green Zone.

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Italy train inferno kills 16

Rescue operations are under way at the site of a train explosion in the Italian seaside town of Viareggio where 16 people have been killed and at least 36 injured. A train carrying liquid petroleum gas derailed late Monday, sending a fireball that engulfed nearby houses.

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When Greece tries to quit

Greece, Europe's heaviest-smoking nation, introduces a tobacco ban in public places on July 1, its third attempt in a decade to stamp out the country's love affair with cigarettes.

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Burkina Faso looks to GM cotton for growth

Cotton-producing Burkina Faso is looking to boost its production by using genetically modified plants. It's aiming to increase its GM fields tenfold, to 118,000 hectares, making it the second sub-Saharan African country to take up GM agriculture, after South Africa.

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Bangkok blind boy dreams of becoming a famous pianist

Eleven-year old Oy dreams of becoming a famous musician while studying at Bangkok's School for the Blind. But it's an uphill struggle for Thailand's half a million blind citizens.

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Comoran activists say air crash was predictable

Comoran activists say the air crash of a Yemeni Airbus A310 jet was predictable. The plane was carrying 153 people when it crashed into rough seas as it came into land in the Comoros islands early Tuesday.

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15 dead in rail accident in Italy seaside resort

Two rail tankers filled with gas exploded in a fireball after a train derailed in the Italian seaside resort of Viareggio on Monday night, engulfing nearby homes and killing at least 15 people.

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Baghdad parties ahead of US pullout

Tens of thousands of Iraqis partied amid tight security in Baghdad on Monday night, on the eve of the US troops pullout from Iraq's urban areas.

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