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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Evening News Online, 08.02.09

Sunday: The first U.S casualty of the Gulf War, Navy Captain Michael Scott, was found buried in the desert; Also, Families on food stamps have been reaping the benefits of the stimulus package.

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Food Stamps, Economic Spark?

Families on food stamps have been reaping the benefits of the stimulus package which gave poor families more food stamp money. As Terrell Brown reports, this could be a spark that ignites businesses.

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65-Year-Old Police Trainee

They say that you are never too old, and at least one would-be policeman is working hard to prove them right. As Russ Mitchell reports, this 65-year-old is ready to be the 'rookie' again.

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Navy Captain Body Found

The first American casualty of the Gulf War, Navy Captain Michael Scott, was found buried in the desert west of Baghdad. As Kimberly Dozier reports, it has been a long wait for his family.

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Jean Suppliers Pollution

A hazardous kind of waste is being dumped by a plant in Africa where major blue jeans may have been made. As Sheila MacVicar reports, the Gap and Levi-Strauss are investigating the alleged dumping.

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Elderly Behind The Wheel

With the number of Americans 65 and older expected to nearly double over the next 20 years, there are growing questions about allowing aging drivers behind the wheel. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Medical Marijuana Debacle

It's estimated that 14 Billion dollars worth of marijuana is sold illegally in California. However, making it legal would bring in approximately 1.4 billion dollars a year. John Blackstone reports.

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Afghan Roadside Bombs

In Afghanistan, the use of roadside bombs has doubled this year and causes 70 percent of coalition troop's deaths. As Mandy Clark reports, the chaos continues.

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Send It To Andy!

People send a ton of stuff to Andy Rooney, and he actually doesn't mind. As a matter of fact, keep it coming!

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Wyclef Jean

Wyclef Jean emigrated to the U.S. as a baby and grew up to live the American dream as a millionaire rock star. He's now using his extraordinary talents and wealth to help his native Haiti. Scott Pelley reports.

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DWI- Is It Murder?

With DWI fatalities staying constant despite all the campaigns against the crime, some prosecutors are pursuing harsher penalties against perpetrators, including long prison terms for those who caused deaths. Bob Simon reports.

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Screening The TSA

Are the hassles passengers endure at airport security checkpoints really making them safer? The TSA says they are, but a security adviser who has advised them says those measures are "security theater." Lesley Stahl reports.

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Chandler Family Reunion

Steve Hartman revisits the Chandler Family Reunion, 30 years after Charles Kuralt, who found this story one of the most inspirational of his career.

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Under Pressure

Some of Al Qaeda's leaders are admitting that "the harm is alarming...the matter is very grave." David Martin reports.

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Is Obama Doing Too Much?

Ben Stein explains why he feels President Obama is trying to accomplish too much this early into his presidency.

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Face The Nation, 08.02.09

Larry Summers discusses the U.S. economy. Bob Woodward, Kathleen Parker and David Brooks discuss the latest on 'Cash For Clunkers.' And Bob Schieffer on being a senior citizen.

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Newly Discovered Mozart Works

CBS News RAW: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's momentous legacy grew recently as researchers unveiled two piano pieces recently identified as childhood creations by the legendary composer.

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A-List Roundtable

Bob Woodward, Kathleen Parker, and David Brooks join Bob Schieffer for a roundtable discussion on the latest on Afghanistan, Health Care, and 'Cash For Clunkers'

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Summers On Rebuilding Economy

President Obama's Chief Economic Advisor Larry Summers spoke with Bob Schieffer about the current state of the U.S. economy

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From The Outside Looking In

Bob Schieffer reflects on how to know if you're becoming a senior citizen.

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Fast Draw- Lessons Of Sand

Summer means heading to the beach, feeling the sand between our toes, but there are serious lessons to be learned. The Fast Draw's Mitch Butler and Josh Landis explain.

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GBL -- a deadly drug in British nightclubs

GBL is a drug of choice for many clubbers in Britain but many users don't realise how dangerous it can be. The mother of a girl who died in April after swallowing GBL is now calling for the chemical solvent to be banned for personal use.

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World- Body of Navy Pilot Is Found

Captain Michael Scott Speicher's body, missing since 1991, was found. The United States military has yet to determine the cause of his death.

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World- American Tourists Arrested in Iran

Three American tourists were arrested in Iran during a hiking trip. and the United States asked Switzerland to help secure their release.

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On Par With Bill Pennington- Finding the Right Fit

Bill Pennington and Giants' Defensive End Justin Tuck find out why custom fittings, once considered a luxury appropriate only for professional golfers, are growing in popularity among casual players.

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Business- Army Ads Inspire Corner Office Dreams

A new campaign for the U.S. Army features former soldiers who have used their leadership skills to develop their private sector careers.

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