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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Palin's Resignation Speech

Former Alaskan Governor, Sarah Palin speaks about the accomplishments of Alaska since she was nominated. Palin also takes shots at the press and welcomes new Alaskan Governor, Sean Parnell.

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Race to the Top

One New York City high school principal is trying to improve his school, which has a reputation for street gangs, shootings and drug dealers. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Evening News Online, 07.26.09

Sunday: Sarah Palin will hand over the reins of power to Lt. Governor Sean Parnell; Also, Hillary Clinton is laying down the law, not just with Iran and North Korea, but here in the U.S.

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Uninsured America

Millions of Americans are uninsured and another 25 million are underinsured. They may think they're covered, but don't realize their policy limitations. Michelle Miller reports.

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Digital Baseball

Baseball is a game of statistics, which provide valuable information for the game. As Randall Pinkston reports, a team is testing ground for a data-gathering system that will revolutionize the game.

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Economic Worst Is Over?

The stock market recently rallied to its best level all year, which is making investors hope that this could be a signal that the worst of the economic downturn is over. Karen Brown reports.

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Hillary Taking Charge

Secretary Of State, Hillary Clinton is laying down the law, not just with Iran and North Korea, but here in the U.S. As for foreign policy, Clinton is leading the charge. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Palin Hands Over Power

Sarah Palin will hand over the reins of power to Lt. Governor Sean Parnell. Whatever the now ex-governor of Alaska decides to do, you can bet it won't be politics as usual. Bill Whitaker reports.

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2009 Hall Of Fame Ceremony

The 2009 National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees included Rickie Henderson, Jim Rice and the late Joe Gordon. They all gave speeches how it feels to be immortalized in the hall of fame.

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60 Minutes, 07.26.09

In Full: Lesley Stahl reports that Americans are snapping up guns at a higher rate; Bob Simon tells us the dangers that lions are in; Also, Charlie Rose speaks with casino mogul, Steve Wynn.

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Andy's Best Friend

Andy Rooney remembers his close friend Walter Cronkite, who passed away on July 17, 2009

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Steve Wynn

The casino mogul most responsible for taking Las Vegas to new heights of gaming and glitter talks to Charlie Rose about his spectacular success.

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Poisoned

The lion, already down as much as 85 percent in numbers from just 20 years ago, is now in danger of becoming extinct because people are poisoning them with a pesticide to protect their cattle.

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Gun Rush

Americans are snapping up guns and ammo at an increasingly higher rate despite the economic downturn. But the recession, as well as the election of Barack Obama, may be the reason for the run on guns.

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Look Ahead- Week of July 27, 2009

This week: The Senate Finance Committee looks to make progress on a health care overhaul, the Senate Judiciary Committee votes on Sonia Sotomayor and CQ Politics releases its ratings map for 2010 House races.

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Business- Disney's Ad Tracking Techniques

To find out what ads work and why, Disney researchers developed an array of research tools, including goggle-based eye tracking, stereoscopic camera-based eye tracking and heart rate monitoring.

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Middle East- Ultra-Orthodox Settlers in the West Bank

A look at the growing population inside the West Bank's Ultra-Orthodox settlements of Modiin Illit and Beitar Illit.

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Crowds greet Tour's champions on Champs Elysees

A jubilant Alberto Contador claimed his second Tour de France yellow jersey in Paris on Sunday, as thousands of onlookers gathered on the Champs Elysees to catch a glimpse of the champions.

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Sarkozy at Val-de-Grace military hospital

France's President Nicolas Sarkozy was taken to the Val-de-Grace military hospital in Paris on Sunday after collapsing while exercising earlier in the day. The 54-year-old leader was "doing well" according to his chief of staff.

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Plastic surgery is Beirut's latest attraction

Lebanon is drawing a new kind of visitor to its shores, with a combination of its traditional attractions -- beaches and urban pleasures -- and new style of "aesthetic" attractions -- a visit to the plastic surgeon.

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Giant bust of Michael Jackson carved at Notre-Dame

One month after the death of Michael Jackson, a French sculptor has taken on the task of carving a giant bust of the 'King of Pop' right in front of the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.

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