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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Clinton Remembers Cronkite

In an interview with Katie Couric, former President Bill Clinton spoke about Walter Cronkite including his earliest memories of the Kennedy assassination and their personal relationship.

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Weekend Golfers Rejoice

With a birdie on the 71st hole of the British Open, 59-year-old Tom Watson felt young again and ready to write one of the greatest stories in the history of golf. Tony Guida reports.

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Safer, Monves Talk Cronkite

President and CEO of CBS Leslie Moonves and 60 Minutes Anchor Morley Safer spoke to Katie Couric about their memories of the late Walter Cronkite and his successful career at CBS.

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U.A.E. Prisoner to go on Trial

An American citizen that has been imprisoned for 11 months in the United Arab Emirates is scheduled to go on trial on terrorism-related charges. Michelle Miller reports.

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Taliban Captures U.S. Solider

The Taliban captured 23-year-old Bowe Bergdahl, a U.S. solider missing for weeks in Afghanistan as seen in a Taliban video posted online. Mandy Clark reports.

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Evening News Online, 07.19.09

Sunday: The Taliban captures a missing U.S. soldier; Also, 59-year-old Tom Watson felt makes golf history at the British Open; and Russ Mitchell's July 2000 interview with Walter Cronkite.

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Two Light Rail Trains Collide

Two San Francisco light rail trains collided sending 48 people to the hospital. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause of the crash. Ben Tracy reports.

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Mitchell's Cronkite Interview

Russ Mitchell interviewed Walter Cronkite in July 2000 on the 50th anniversary of the day a newly-hired Cronkite made his first appearance on CBS News.

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America's Anchor

Looking back at the incredible journey of "America's Anchor," John Glenn, Historian Douglas Brinkley, and Bob Schieffer join Harry Smith to discuss the life and legacy of Walter Cronkite.

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Health Care Bill's Progress

Will Congress deliver a health care reform bill before the August recess and where will the money come from? Harry Smith spoke with Sen. Orin Hatch (R-Utah) and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.).

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Cronkite Remembered

From President Obama to George Clooney; colleagues, friends, and admirers pay tribute to Walter Cronkite.

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A step back in time on Turkish islands

For residents of Turkey's bustling commercial capital, the antidote to urban chaos is just an hour away from Istanbul. On the Princes' Islands, just about the loudest vehicle is a horse and cart.

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Arts- UrbanEye- Dumpster Pool Party

A secret lot in Brooklyn features dumpsters that were converted to swimming pools

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Sports- The 10,000 Commandments

Bill Pennington decides that sometimes following the rules too closely is no fun.

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Benicassim Music Festival not singing economic blues

Oasis, Franz Ferdinand, Kings of Leon -- big names in the world of rock have descended upon one of Europe's hot spots this summer, for the 15th edition of the Benicassim music festival. The tiny Spanish resort has found the right combination of beach tourism and musical talent to fight off the economic downturn and sell its some 100 concerts.

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Stars in New York honor Mandela

Dozens of big-name performers and actors gathered at a major charity concert in New York late Saturday to pay tribute to iconic anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela on his 91st birthday. Celebrities on the performance list included Cyndi Lauper, Gloria Gaynor, and the first lady of France, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.

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