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Friday, July 3, 2009

The Uniform Project Launches

Sheena Matheiken, the genius behind The Uniform Project, is wearing the same dress every single day for a year — all in an effort to raise money for Indian school children living in slums. We recently caught up with her to find out what it’s like slipping into the same thing every day, how she lands her amazing accessories, and if things ever get, um, smelly (turns out they don’t). For more information or to donate, go to theuniformproject.com.

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Progress On Fashion Business

Interview and discussion with the Founder of Liz Lange Maternity Liz Lange. She talks about her huge success on the field of design and fashion. (Venture)

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Business Management During Economic Downturn

Analysis and discussion with the Chairman and CEO of Union Pacific James Young. He talks about navigation of business on time of economic crisis. (For the Record)

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Gov. Sarah Palin Resigns

In a surprising, somewhat puzzling announcement, Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin has resigned just two and a half years into her first term. Nancy Cordes reports. Then, analysis on why Palin stepped down.

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Unemployment Rate Remains High

Growing ranks of unemployment swell to 9.5% and some bank starts to repay the troubled asset relief program funds. (Political Capital)

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Disarming Bombs To Save Lives

More than 5,000 American servicemen and women have been killed in the wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. The toll would be much higher were it not for a special group of volunteers. Byron Pitts reports.

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Dominant Agenda Of President Obama In Moscow

President Obama arrives in Moscow on Monday to do his agenda about missile defense and political reform. (Political Capital)

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A Fitting Find For The Fourth

One of 26 surviving, original copies of the Declaration of Independence has been found. Mark Phillips reports.

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The Battle Of Health Care

Interview and analysis with Senator Mark Warner. He tackles about the Climate Change Bill and Health Care. (Political Capital)

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Sanford Works On Family Life

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford left the state again but, this time, with permission to visit his family. Back at home, members of his own party call for his resignation. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Importance Of Business Education

Analysis and discussion with the Founder of Jack Welch Institute Jack Welch. He talks about the rethought and retools on business education. (Market Week)

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The Business Of Wind

China and Europe leads the way in the wind energy revolution. (Taking Stock)

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Deals Of Merrill Lynch And Bank Of America

Analysis and discussion with President of Corporate Securities Advisors James Ledinsky. He talks about the banking financial status. (Taking Stock)

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Regulation That Creates Transparency And Safety Bounds

A bit of a culture fear and mentality that built up where people distribute mortgage securities were not permitted. (Taking Stock)

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Biggest Issues On Corporate America

Firms were not allowed to be corporate firms. Merrill Lynch became a corporate firm. (Taking Stock)

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Notebook- July 4th

This Fourth of July is coming in with more of a whimper than a bang. But, as Katie Couric comments, the celebration of freedom does not need costly festivities to be fun.

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Mending Russian Relations

President Obama is expected in Moscow next week to discuss a wide range of issues with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Alexsei Kuznetsov reports.

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A Low Fat 4th of July

Dr. Jennifer Ashton showed Maggie Rodriguez some great Independence Day grill choices that won't break your diet.

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AirFrance 447 Mystery Deepens

French investigators now say that AirFrance flight 447 plowed into the Atlantic Ocean in one piece. Nancy Cordes.

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Analyzing Jackson's Rehearsal

Russ Mitchell spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about whether any health problems are apparent in video of Michael Jackson's last concert rehearsal.

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The Day Neverland Changed

In 2003, Michael Jackson was accused of molesting a 12 year-old cancer survivor and Federal investigators searched his Neverland home. Thea Andrews reports.

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The Future of Neverland

Dave Price spoke with biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli about the possible future of Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch.

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Friends with Michael Jackson

Ryan White was the face of AIDS in the 1980s and he had a close friendship with Michael Jackson. White's mother spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about their relationship.

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Madoff Penthouse Seized

Federal Marshals seized Bernard Madoff's final property, a $7 million Manhattan penthouse, leaving his wife Ruth effectively homeless. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Spotlight - Iowa Northern Beginnings

Interview and discussion with the President of the Iowa Northern Co, Daniel Sabin. He talks about his company's profile, from the deepest challenges to the sweet success. (Venture)

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Spotlight - Rail Business

Interview and discussion with the Chairman and C.E.O. of Union Pacific, James Young. He talks about how his company handle the economic downturn and their plans to further success. (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Business Education

Interview and discussion with the President of the L.L.C., Jack Welch and his wife Suzy Welch. They talk about they're plans to launch Jack Welch Management Institute. (For The Record)

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Spotlight - Books With A Soul

Interview and discussion with the Co-Founder of the Better World Books. He talks about how they business starts and how well things are going for them. (Bloomberg News)

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Economy Under Unemployment

Unemployment swells to 9.5%, means 467,000 more people lost their job. (Political Capital)

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Spotlight - Battle For Real Estate

Interview and discussion with Barry Sternlicht of the Starwood Capital Group. He talks about how he end up with real estate business and the challenges they overcome. (For The Record)

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Spotlight - Manhattan Tanks

Interview and discussion with the Rosenwach Tank President, Andy Rosenwach. He talks about how his company starts and its outlook for the future. (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Winter And Summer For Four Seasons

Interview and discussion with the Four Seasons Chairman and C.E.O., isadore Sharp. He discusses his company's story, from its beginnings to its secret in success. (For The Record)

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Obama's Agenda

President Obama arrives to Moscow. He is expected to talk about missile defense, political reform and cooperation and travel spots. (Political Capital)

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In-Depth Look - Warner's Climate And Health-Care Outlook

Interview and discussion with Virginia Senator, Mark Warner. He shares his thoughts about President Obama's battle for health-care reform and shares his insights about the climate change bill. (Political Capital)

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Spotlight - Niche Media Beginnings

Interview and discussion with Jason Binn, the founder & C.E.O. of Niche Media. He talks about his company's profile, from its beginnings to its final peak. (Venture)

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Nigerian scam targets love struck

Email scams emanating from Nigeria are one of the Internet's best-known swindles. Some offer to deposit considerable sums in your bank account, in exchange for a tiny service; others propose romantic encounters. AFPTV speaks to a victim.

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Sastre relaxed about Tour de France defence

The Tour de France kicks off in Monaco on Saturday with US cycling star Lance Armstrong determined to make a comeback after a four-year absence. The Tour's defending champion, Spaniard Carlos Sastre, talks to the press about his ambitions for this year's race.

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NBA star Tony Parker gives press conference

NBA star Tony Parker gives a conference in the French capital ahead of launching his basketball camp for kids, the Tony Parker camp.

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Tour contender Contador "motivated" by Lance Armstrong

The Tour de France 2007 champion, Alberto Contador, played down any rivalry with seven-time Tour winner Lance Armstrong who joins the Spaniard on the Astana team. Contador told journalists that he welcomed Armstrong's participation and said he was "motivated" by the US star. Images and soundbite of the press conference.

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Monaco gears up for Tour de France

The world's most gruelling cycling road race, the Tour de France, kicks off in Monaco on Saturday with US cycling star Lance Armstrong determined to make a comeback after a four-year absence. Images of the pre-race preparations.

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Boonen thrilled to join Tour after ban lifted

Belgian cycling star Tom Boonen says he is thrilled to be competing in the Tour de France after being granted a shock eleventh hour reprieve. Quick Step's former world road race champion had been barred from the world's most gruelling cycling race following a positive test for cocaine in April. He was cleared to race by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Friday. Images and soundbites of Boonen's press conference

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US Vice President Biden starts Iraq trip

US Vice President Joe Biden was to hold talks with Iraqi leaders on Friday focused on bridging the country's sectarian divide ahead of a complete American military pullout in 2011.

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Science- Paper, Plastic and Persistence

An energetic group of volunteers spreads the word about recycling to residents of one of New York City's public housing projects.

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Your Money- Fiscal Health Day

In a twist on the mental health day, columnist Ron Lieber takes a fiscal health day to deal with his ever-multiplying list of undone money tasks.

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In U.S., Most Say Post-9/11 Security Measures Still Needed

Eighty-three percent of Americans say that the security measures put in place after Sept. 11 that were aimed at preventing terrorist attacks are generally still needed and 14% say many could be dropped.

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Pakistan's Muree's Brewery thrives despite alcohol ban

Pakistan's Muree's Brewery is thriving, despite a ban on alcohol which requires non-Muslims to purchase a special permit. The brewery is taking special pride in its 21-year-old single malt whisky...

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UN chief pushes Myanmar junta on Suu Kyi

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon began what he called a "very tough" mission to Myanmar on Friday, vowing to press the head of the ruling junta for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and other prisoners. Ban flew in to the military-ruled nation where he met with the leader of the military junta General Than Shwe as a prison court adjourned the internationally condemned trial of the detained Nobel Peace laureate for another week. Raw footage of Ban meeting Burmese officials on arrival in Myanmar.

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Rescue operations continue off Comoros

Rescuers were still struggling Friday to find any definite debris of the Yemenia airliner which crashed in the Indian Ocean on Tuesday, leaving 152 people missing. The French army have mentioned a 'possible zone' for the crash after spotting traces of kerosene in the ocean.

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