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Saturday, July 25, 2009

California Budget Cuts

The Calif. legislature finally passed a new budget that Gov. Schwarzenegger will sign consisting of the biggest cuts to services and education the state has ever seen. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Saturday: Obama tried to regain momentum on health care by saying his plan will benefit small business owners; Also, the Henry Gates incident apparently drew a crowd, which could be a problem.

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Swimmer Setting Examples

At the world swimming championships, the spotlight will not only be on Michael Phelps, but also Cullen Jones, who is getting attention for the examples he sets outside of the pool. Jeff Glor reports.

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Swan Upping

Mark Phillips explains the historic tradition, called Swan Upping, which the swans on the River Thames, in the royal neighborhood upstream of London, are counted and marked.

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Body Suit Ban

The world swimming championships opening in Rome, will mark the final appearance in a major meet of high-tech bodysuits some call 'doping on a hanger'. Terrell Brown has more.

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Law and Disorder

President Obama's efforts to cool the controversy over the arrest of Henry Gates seem to be working, but the incident apparently drew a crowd, which could be a problem. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Helpful Health Plan?

President Obama tried to regain momentum on health care by saying his plan would benefit small business owners. Do small business owners think they'd benefit from a change? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Pilot Flies Ancient Plane

Caught On Tape: A pilot took off from Calais, France in an ancient monoplane to cross the English Channel and so commemorate the first such crossing one century ago.

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Palin Politics

Sarah Palin resigns her office tomorrow. GOP commentator, Ann Coulter, Republican strategist, Bay Buchanan, and author David Frum speak with Erica Hill about some questions surrounding Palin.

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Natural Medicine

When your under the weather, is it your doctor or mother nature that knows best how to treat what ails you? Chris Wragge talks with 'Body & Soul' magazine editor, Terri Trespicio about natural cures.

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Voca People, Classical Medley

This week's Second Cup Caf artists claim to be from the musical planet, 'Voca'. The Voca People perform, Classical Medley, and Chris Wragge speaks with their music director.

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Vertical Lasagna On a Budget

On this week's Chef On A Shoestring, Domenic Charomonte, Executive Chef at Match Restaurant, prepares Organic Salad, Summer Chicken Lasagna, and Cheesecake Lollipops under $35.

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Making Home Improvements

Aussie home improvement expert and 'Handsome Handyman', Jake Tyson shows Erica Hill how to fix five everyday problems around the house

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Under The Radar, 07.25.09

On this week's Under The Radar, Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us an amazing student's senior project video which is taking youtube by storm.

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Future Of Space Exploration

Space is still the final frontier, but is their life on other planets? Will we ever land on mars? Astrophysicist, Neil Degrasse Tyson sheds some light on these questions with Erica Hill.

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U.s.- A Respite from Homelessness

Stand Down, a 3-day program in San Diego, offers free housing and social services to help homeless veterans affected by disability, substance abuse or the economy get back on their feet.

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A two kilometers long petition against the Iranian regim

Paris is staging one of several major demonstrations worldwide in support of Iran's opposition parties. Saturday, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Eiffel Tower to unroll a two kilometers long petition against the Iranian regim.

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Wildfires are continuing in Corsica

The wildfires on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica are continuing. Last night, the firemen tried to control the fires.

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