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Friday, July 17, 2009

That's The Way It Was

Remembering Walter Cronkite: CBS News pays tribute to the legendary newsman Sunday, July 19 at 7 p.m. ET/PT

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Cronkite- In His Own Words

Legendary CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite narrates a look back at his life, his love for journalism and his family.

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Working With Walter Cronkite

Bob Schieffer talks to Katie Couric about wanting to be Walter Cronkite when he was a kid. Schieffer also relives a humorous experience that he had with the legendary CBS News anchor.

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Eyewitness To History

Historian Douglas Brinkley talks with Katie Couric about Walter Cronkite's legacy.

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Obama Remembers Walter Cronkite

President Barack Obama remembers legendary CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite as someone who "invited us to believe in him and he never let us down."

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Radical Change Wanted In Iran

Thousands of protestors marched through the streets of Tehran, Iran in support of the defeated presidential candidate. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Walter Cronkite Dies At 92

Legendary news anchor Walter Cronkite has passed away in New York at the age of 92. His journalistic career covered such historic events as the assassination of JFK and the first man on the moon.

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Financial Crisis On Hotel Industry

Interview with the the Chairman and CEO of Four Seasons. He says that the business suffer like any other hotel company in the world. (For the Record)

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Financial Crisis On Hotel Industry

Interview and discussion with the Chairman and CEO of Four Seasons Hotel Isadore Sharp. He says that the business suffer like any other hotel company in the world. (For the Record)

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Taking It To The Sidewalk

When Oswego, New York told Kathleen Harris that they were only liable for sidewalk accidents when they were made aware of a problem, she picked up a ruler and a notepad. Steve Hartman reports.

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Sotomayor's Confirmation

Sonia Sotomayor is cautiously and moderately liberal in the confirmation hearing. (Political Capital)

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President Obama's Deadline For Health Care Legislation

Senator Chuck Schumer says that the health care cost would rise and the fundamental reform would not be made. (Political Capital)

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Jakarta Hotel Bombings

Suicide bombers set off blasts at two American luxury hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia, killing eight people. A terror network with links to al Qaeda is suspected. Terry McCarthy reports.

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Obama's Hard Sell For Reform

The latest proposals in health care reform have caused anxiety to surge over the costs. President Obama tried to assuage fears while continuing his hard sell for health care reform. Chip Reid reports.

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Banks Hike Up Their Fees

With mortgage defaults and unemployment still on the rise, big banks are still taking a beating on bad consumer loans. To offset those losses, banks are hiking up their fees. Anthony Mason reports.

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Fla. Murder Case Latest

A couple murdered in their homes by a band of thieves was laid to rest in Pensacola, Fla. Don Teague reports that the safe that was stolen from their home had contents of little value.

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The Next Step For NASA

Forty years after astronauts successfully landed on the moon, NASA wants to send them back by 2020. They want to learn whether it's possible to live off the land in space. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Benefits Of Overseas Travel In Europe

Interview and discussion with the Author of the book Europe Through The Back Door. He talks about traveling, eating and seeing the sights. (Venture)

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Investment On Toy Stocks

Investors look at 2010 and it is prime for a big year for Mattel and this is the toughest comparison they have with inventory that improves quarter to quarter appear near the end. (Taking Stock)

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Eating Out In This Economy

Food cost gets higher even in the leases and there are several restaurants that go up on their economic status. (Taking Stock)

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Buying Distressed Real Estate

Distressed on opportunistic, private and real-estate firm that focus more on residential, multifamily and single-family. (Taking Stock)

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Commercial Lending Crunch

$365 billion of on drawn lines of credit in the form of revolving credits get pulled from the consumers. (Taking Stock)

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Crisis Experience By Small Businesses

Interview and discussion with Josh Rosner of Graham Fisher & Company. He talks about the future of small businesses. (Taking Stock)

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Biggest Gain In Dow Jones And Semiconductor Stocks

The Dow Jones industrials notched their biggest weekly gain since March as housing starts to rise and IBM improve its profit outlook. (Taking Stock)

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Notebook- Rhode Island

There's a growing movement to shorten the name of our smallest state. Its official name is "Rhode Island and Providence Plantations," which some say invokes the state's role in the slave trade.

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Inside Look - 2Q Earnings Season

Earnings Hits & Misses - Analysis and Discussion with Alec Young of S&P (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Energy

Energy Market Outlook - Analysis and Discussion with Max Wolff of Beryl Consulting Group LLC (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Remarks on Healthcare

Live! From White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 7.17

S&P and Nasdaq Both Remain Virtually Flat; Dow Rises Less Than 1% (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Healthcare Progress

Interview with Rep. Peter Roskam (R) of Illinois (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Season Scorecard

61 S&P 500 Companies Have Reported So Far, 71% Beating Forecasts; EPS Surprises Driven by Cost-Cutting; 68% of Companies Say 2Q Sales Same or Lower; Banks Affect Revenue Stats; Energy, Commodity, and Regional Bank Sectors Have Yet to Report; Regional Banks Won't Have Investment Banking Boost (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - The State of Stimulus

Interview with Moody's Chief Economist Mark Zandi

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Inside Look - New Momentum Funds

Analysis and Discussion with Tobias Moskowitz of University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Bloomberg News)

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Money & Sports - The British Open

Is Tom Watson an Ageless Wonder?; Plus,The Tiger Woods Effect (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities Report 7.17

Food for Thought - Demand for Hog Returns (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Regional Banks

Regional Banks Fall - Marhsall & Illsley Plunges Over 12%, Sending KBW Index and Other Stocks Falling in Today's Trade; BB&T 2Q Net Income Falls to $204 Million from Year-Ago's $428 Million (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - What's Next for CIT?

CIT's Death Spiral? - Interview with Martin Bienenstock of Dewey & LeBoeuf (Bloomberg News)

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Washington Unplugged, 07.15.09

Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.)member of the Blue Dog Coalition spoke with Bob Schieffer about health care reform as well as Gov. Sarah Palin.

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Sector to Watch - Financials

Banks on a Run This Earnings Season? (Bloomberg News)

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Today in Washington - White House Gives Progress Report

National Economic Council Chairman Lawrence Summers Speaks at Petersen Institute About Current Economic Conditions (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Financial Crisis Panel Meets

Interview with FCIC Chairman Philip Angelides (Bloomberg News)

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Sailing into History

Zac Sunderland became the youngest person to sail around the world. The 13 month journey involved pirate threats and unpredictable oceans. Harry Smith spoke with Zac and his family.

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Inside Diprivan Addiction

Harry Smith spoke with The Farley Center's Dr. Omar Manejwala about the effects of Diprivan on the body.

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Cool Off with Ceviche

Chef Shaun Hergatt showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith how to make a fresh trout ceviche with pear.

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Unlikely Health Tips

Men's Health magazine's Matt Bean demonstrates some unlikely natural health tips to Harry Smith, such as using honey or black pepper on a wound.

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Technical Perspective - Overbought Market Conditions

Analysis and Discussion with Katie Stockton of MKM Partners (Bloomberg News)

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Divorced Dads Better Parents?

With divorce on the rise, some children are benefiting from failed marriages. Author Jill Brooke spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about how divorce can create better dads.

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Arlington's Grave Injustice

Families visiting Arlington National Cemetery may be paying their respects at the wrong grave sites. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Sector to Watch - Energy

Wells Fargo Drops Rowan Estimates 20% on Idled Oil Rigs, Says Shale Players Could Beat Estimates; Collins Stewart Says Refining Margins "Anemic" (Bloomberg News)

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Billings Family Mourns Parents

Seven men and a woman were arrested in connection with the murder of Byrd and Melanie Billings. Investigators believe it was a robbery was the motive. Don Teague reports.

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NAACP's 100th Anniversary

President Obama inspired the crowd with his rousing speech at the NAACP's 100th Anniversary, reports Randall Pinkston.

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The Currency Report - Indonesian Rupiah

Rupiah Declines After Hotel Bombings, Jakarta Bomb Kills Eight People (Bloomberg News)

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Pope Suffers Broken Wrist

Pope Benedict XVI was on vacation in Northern Italy when he slipped and fell onto his back, fracturing his wrist. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Playground Dangers

Every year 50,000 children go to the hospital as a result of playground-related injuries. Experts say parents should check play set safety once a month. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Inside Look - Healthcare Overhaul

Overhaul Obstacles - Interview with Yale University Professor Jacob Hacker (Bloomberg News)

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Terror Blast Witness Account

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Lydia Ruddy who was in the area when a hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia was bombed.

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A Tale Of Two Economies

While America's biggest banks are reporting better-than-predicted earnings, home foreclosures and unemployment continue to rise. Priya David reports.

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Twin Bombs Strike Indonesia

Bombs went off in two western hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia, Terry McCarthy reports. National Security consultant Juan Zarate commented on the source of the attacks.

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Evictee Interview- Braden

Big Brother evictee Braden spoke with host Julie Chen about his time in the house.

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In-Depth Look - Tech Earnings Preview

Interview and discussion with Paul Meeks of the Winsor Asset Management. He says Google is a bit expensive for its growth prospects. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - The Case For Shorting GE

Interview and discussion with Charles Ortel of the Newport Value Partners. He says General Electric make a very limited, sanitized reporting. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Stock Marker Volatility

Interview and discussion with Todd Clark of the Nollenberger Capital Partners. He talks about the market movers and G.E.'s earnings. (Bloomberg News)

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Apollo Star-Chart Goes For $218,000

Neil Amstrong's star-chart is auctioned for $218,000. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Banks 2Q Earnings Reaction

Interview and discussion with Jack Ablin of the Harris Private Bank. He says banks outlooks are relatively sanguine. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 7.17

Cris Valerio is live in the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off lower. (Bloomberg News)

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Citigroup Reports $4.3B Profit

Interview and discussion with Peter Sorrentino of the Huntington Asset Management. He talks about Citigroup, General Electric and Bank of America's earnings. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - GE Earnings Bear Estimates

Interview and discussion with James Hardesty of the Hardesty Capital Management. He talks about General Electric's stock that beats estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Wal-Mart Loses Bid To Settle Lawsuit

A judge turns down Walmart request to settle a class action lawsuits by employees. (Bloomberg News)

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Microsoft-Yahoo Deal In The Works

Microsoft and Yahoo may team up to compete with Google. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Citigroup Reports $4.3B Profit

Interview and discussion with Gary Townsend of the Hill-Townsend Capital. He shares his thoughts about Citigroup's number in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - CIT Faces Bankruptcy

Interview and discussion with Angela Somers of the Allen & Overy. She discusses C.I.T.'s near bankruptcy. (Bloomberg News)

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Citi's Management Shuffle

Citigroup changes its C.F.O. This is the second time in four months. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Bank Of America Earnings

Interview and discussion with William Fitzpatrick of the Optique Capital Management. He gives his insights regarding Bank of America's earnings. (Bloomberg News)

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Sony & Nintendo Want To Reset Sales

Sony and Nintendo sales faces their biggest down in nine years. (Bloomberg News)

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British Airways To Raise $980M

British Airways plans to raise $980 million because of tickets sales declines. (Bloomberg News)

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Potter's Midnight Madness

Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince takes $22 million in its first night. (Bloomberg News)

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A Grand Kennedy Memoir?

$1,000 is the asking price for a limited edition of Kennedy's memoir. (Bloomberg News)

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Downsize Retirement Package

Former G.M. C.E.O. will not get $12.1 million in his retirement. (Bloomberg News)

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California On Brink Of Junk

California Governor fails to resume talks with the government on how to cure the state's $26 billion deficit. (Bloomberg News)

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Retail Recession

Recession hits Manhattan retail market. Consumers stop shopping. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks are in a positive ratings. (Bloomberg News)

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Watson Shares Open Lead

Watson leads at five-under. (Bloomberg News)

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Key Figures On Housing Today

Analyst forecast housing market will steady. (Bloomberg News)

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Rio Tinto Denies Bribery Allegations

Rio Tinto officials denies bribery allegations. (Bloomberg News)

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Stanford Trial Delayed

A judge delays Stanford trial. (Bloomberg News)

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Job Cuts At McGraw-Hill

McGraw-Hill announces 550 job cuts. (Bloomberg News)

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Johnson Controls To Report Receding Profit

Johnson Controls report 68% profit drop last year. (Bloomberg News)

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Porsche Power Struggle

Porsche C.E.O. says their company power struggle comes to an end. (Bloomberg News)

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GM's Sale Of Opel Imminent?

General Motors owners says they pick a buyer for Opel. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

European stocks are in gain this morning. (Bloomberg News)

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CIT Seeks Lenders, May Need $6B

C.I.T. ask potential investors for cash to avoid bankruptcy. (Bloomberg News)

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GE Earnings

General Electric shares slumps. (Bloomberg News)

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IBM Raises Full-Year Earnings Forecast

I.B.M. net income increases 12% last quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Google 2Q Sales Growth Slows To 2.9%

Google second quarter sales growth slow to 2.9%. (Bloomberg News)

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Roubini Comments

Roubini's predicts that the global recession may be over by year end. (Bloomberg News)

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Nince Dead In Jakarta Bombings

Two bombs explode in Jakarta. Nine people are dead and more are wounded. (Bloomberg News)

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Asia Pacific- A Militant Hideaway

As war rages in the north, militants are finding refuge in Karachi. (Produced in association with Frontline World)

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Villa Medici opens up after 200 years

The Villa Medici, home of the prestigious French Academy in Rome, is opening its doors to the public for the first time. For two months only, guided tours will show visitors parts of the ancient building -- and its art collections -- never before on display.

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Style- VOWS- State of the Unions

Avery and Andrew Leider appeared in the VOWS column in 2001 shortly before September 11th. Eight years and a collection of over 300 fire trucks later, unconditional acceptance seems to be the key.

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N.y./region- Easy Rider on a Mission

Sandra Fleming, a Brooklyn social worker, makes her house calls on a motorcycle.

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World- Aftermath of a Bombing

Two suicide bombers detonated explosives at neighboring American luxury hotels in central Jakarta on Friday morning, killing at least eight people and injuring more than 50.

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Arts- A Conversation With Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich, the best-selling mystery novelist, talks about writing, family and her fans with Sam Tanenhaus, the editor of The New York Times Book Review.

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A Great Threat in the Great Lakes

The Asian carp is considered to be an invasive species in much of the United States, where it poses a threat to indigenous species and other habitats. But in the Great Lakes region, they�re winning the battle to keep them out.

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NASA celebrates 40th anniversary of Apollo

It�s been 40 years since Neil Armstrong first stepped onto the lunar surface and said those famous words. A look back at one of the defining moments of the 20th Century.

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Paris 'beach' gets new look for summer '09

For Parisians who cannot make it to the beach, the city is bringing the beach to them. "Paris Plage" is bringing sandy shores, chaise longues and a vacation feel to the banks of the Seine.

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Malouma, a senator who sings for democracy in Mauritania

Mauritania's more than one million eligible voters go to the polling stations Saturday to choose a new president, a year after a military junta ousted the country's first elected leader in a coup. The opposition hope for a return to true democracy. One of the most vocal campaigners is Malouma, a celebrity singer turned senator.

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Moroccan remittances dwindle with downturn

Each summer, two million Moroccans return home for their holidays -- half of the total number of expats now settled in different parts of the world. They also send back billions of dollars to family members back home but the global economic slowdown has seen that sum take a downturn.

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Two dead, eight injured as Madonna stage collapses

Two people were killed and eight others seriously injured when a stage being built for a Madonna concert in southern France collapsed on Thursday.

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London Royal Ballet makes Cuban debut

The Royal Ballet of London performed in Havana Tuesday for the first time in its 78-year history, featuring an appearance by its star Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta.

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Scotland's eco-haven

Europe's first organic waster water installation and its first environmentally-conscious currency, the Eko, are just some of the hallmarks of the Findhorn foundation, the community with the lowest ecological footprint on record in the industrialised world.

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Snuffing out Turkey's last cigarettes

The smoking ban which came into force in Turkey in May last year will be extended on 19 July to include all restaurants and cafes. Until now these have benefited from a grace period, giving them time to adapt to the changes. Now they'll have to clean up -- ready or not.

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Springsteen opens French music festival

Under stormy skies and thunderous applause, rock legend Bruce Springsteen opened France's Vieilles Charrues festival on Thursday night, in front of a crowd of 43,000.

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Iran cleric Rafsanjani calls for release of protestors

Powerful cleric Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani called Friday for the release of hundreds of people rounded up during a crackdown on opposition protests and said last month's disputed presidential vote had broken the trust of Iranians. Addressing thousands of people, mainly supporters of opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, during Friday prayers at Tehran university, Rafsanjani said events since the election had thrown the Islamic republic into crisis. Images courtesy of Press TV

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Iraq ratchets up security for Shiite pilgrimage

100,000 Iraqi police were on high alert Friday as a spate of attacks coincided with a major Shiite religious festival. Tens of thousands of pilgrims have been arriving in Baghdad from around the country to commemorate Imam Mussa al-Kadhim in the northern Baghdad district named after him, Kadhimiyah. Attacks in and around the capital have already killed two people and wounded 24.

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