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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Economic impact grows as Honduras crisis talks end with no deal

The economic impact of Honduras' political crisis is growing; the United States is warning it could sever 200 million dollars in aid and the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank have frozen credit lines for the impoverished country.

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Kidney Transplant Chain

Ten women and six men apparently are recovering after taking part in a real-life medical procedure that outdid a popular television show. Priya David has more.

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Taxing The Rich

Top house Democrats have unveiled a new plan to pay for health care by increasing taxes on the wealthy. CBS News analyst, John Dickerson helps us put the week in focus.

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Music In The Air

A London attraction is getting tons of attention: pianos placed in random locations. The experiment is widening the envelope of art, as it brings out the music lover in many. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Cash For Clunkers

A program to give consumers cash for their old clunkers took gas guzzling cars off the roads in Germany and boosted new car sales. As Randall Pinkston reports, U.S. is trying this program out

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U.S. Troops In Need

The U.S. Marines pounded into Afghanistan's Helmand province to take back Taliban territory, but didn't have enough Afghan troops alongside them, which could be a problem. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Depressed Dealerships

A GM dealer in the middle of Illinois has been around since the earliest days of the auto industry. Terrell Brown reports 94 years of memories and an uncertain future for one small American town.

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Obama's Message To Africa

While President Obama visited Africa, he spoke warmly of his own African heritage, he was blunt about the work that still needs to be done. Chip Reid reports.

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Lightning Strikes NASA Pad

CBS News RAW: A large lightning bolt struck the lightning mast on pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. NASA decided to delay The Space shuttle Endeavour's launch due to the lightning.

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Costs Of Healthcare

Americans spend about 6% of their personal income on healthcare. Jeff Glor speaks with Amanda Gengler from Money Magazine with tips consumers should follow to help lower their medical bills.

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Under The Radar, 07.11.09

On this week's 'Under The Radar', Jeff Glor and Erica Hill show us a funky new fashion style that is turning heads; Also, a fearless tight-rope walker who walks from building to building.

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A Thrill at the Grill

Chef Elizabeth Karmel is our Chef on a Shoestring. Elizabeth has several grilling cookbooks and a top-rated website called "Girls at the Grill". She'll prepare a 3-course barbeque on our $35 budget.

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Harry Hurt Lobster Fishing

Harry Hurt is working his way across America, to take the recession-era pulse. His first stop is Maine, where he trained with a lobster fisherman and learning. Jeff Glor and Erica Hill report.

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Comedians New Adventure

Mark Malkoff is a comedian, but you could call him an adventurer. He takes on personal challenges, like living on AirTrans planes for 30 whole days. Jeff Glor speaks with the crazed adventurer.

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Pets That Kill

Ron Magill from the Miami Metro Zoo shows Jeff Glor and Erica Hill some exotic dangerous pets that have entered our eco-system and are causing havoc.

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Pleasure In Piano

In London, thirty pianos are scattered across the city for part of a project to get people together for impromptu singalongs. Amy Guttman reports.

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CQ Politics Look Ahead- Week of July 13, 2009

This week: Sonia Sotomayor's Supreme Court hearings, a special election in Southern California and health care on Capitol Hill.

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U.s.- The Confirmation Hearing Routine

During Supreme court confirmations, there's a fairly standard script and Sonia Sotomayor is unlikely to diverge much.

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N.y./region- Long Island Family Has One-Track Mind

The Dumicich family on Long Island has three members racing stock cars, usually against each other in the same races, at Riverhead Raceway.

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Vows- VOWS- Laura and Paul

Laura Beech and Paul McClung first met in Las Vegas. Shortly after, on New Year's Eve, they kissed. Almost a year later, he proposed to her on the dance floor at her best friend's wedding.

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World- Motorcades and Dictator Disneyland

UN Bureau Chief Neil MacFarquhar shares his ambivalence about covering the exotic global travels and diplomatic efforts of Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, particularly to closed nations like Myanmar.

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Man on the moon iconic images 40 years on

Forty years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, realising one of the oldest dreams of humankind and allowing the United States to get ahead in the space race against the Soviet Union. Archive images of the Apollo 11 mission.

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Obama calls on Africans to fight tyranny, corruption

US President Barack Obama on Saturday condemned African tyrants who enrich themselves and orchestrate wars and urged Africans to demand stronger governments to give themselves a better future.

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Turkish PM urges China to stop 'assimilation' of Uighurs

Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged China to stop the "assimilation" of its Uighur minority Saturday, the day after he said the unrest in Xinjiang was "like a genocide." Reaction from the streets of Istanbul.

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