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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Bloomberg News Conference on Collision

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said that the crash of a small private plane and a New York tourist helicopter on Saturday "was probably not survivable from virtually the instant of the accident."

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Tragedy on the Hudson

Rescue crews in New York raced to the Hudson River to search for survivors from the mid-air collision. As Dave Price reports, witnesses say both aircrafts sank, and the survivor search continues.

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Evening News Online, 08.08.09

Saturday: Rescue crews in New York raced to the Hudson River to search for survivors from the mid-air collision; Also, Sonia Sotomayor took the oath as the 111th Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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McIlroy The Next Tiger?

When you've been anointed one of the world's next great sports stars it's not impossible to meet expectations. As Jeff Glor reports, all eyes in the golf world are on Rory McIlroy right now.

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Sotomayor's Other Side

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of talk about Sotomayor's long career as a lawyer, prosecutor and a federal judge, but her friends claim she has another side. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Fighting To Keep Employees

Although the economy is still down, some companies are doing whatever they can to keep workers. As Mark Strassman reports, not every employer has been joining the 'layoff' trend.

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Obama Charges Critics

President Obama continues to face a daunting challenge, health care reform. With the outcome still uncertain, Obama charged critics in his weekly address. John Dickerson has more.

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A Historic Justice

Just two days after winning the senate confirmation, Sonia Sotomayor took the oath as the 111th Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Kimberly Dozier has more on the historic ceremony.

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Bloomberg on Hudson Crash

NYC Mayor Bloomberg speaks about the mid-air collision over the Hudson River where a tour helicopter collided with a small plane. There could have been as many as five people in the crash.

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One, Two, Three Rolls You're Out

APBA baseball has changed little in 52 years, but still has a big fan base. This year, Lancaster, Penn., hosted the biggest tournament in decades.

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VOWS- State of the Unions

Fifteen years ago Asha Shetty left India to marry a fashion designer from Brooklyn. They have since found that the blending of their two cultures has created a balanced and unified family in New York.

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Abbey Road Anniversary

40 years ago, The Beatles were putting the finishing touches on what would be their final album on Abbey Road. After photographing the album cover, they made history. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Chef Tesar's Turkey Meatloaf

This week's Chef on a Shoestring is John Tesar, owner of 'Tesar's Modern Steak & Sustainable Seafood'. Tesar prepares watermelon salad, Turkey meatloaf, and Lemon tart with blackberry puree

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Crosby Loggins, 'Seriously'

Crosby Loggins is performing in this week's Second Cup Cafe. Crosby grew up surrounded by music, thanks to his Grammy Award winning father, Kenny Loggins. He performs his new single 'Seriously'.

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Can Machines Cure Cellulite?

A new cellulite treatment that promises to end those lumps and bumps and improve cellulite damaged skin once and for all, is being put to the test. As Erica Hill witnesses a treatment on the air.

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Kid Saves Drowning Neighbor

11-year-old David Simonds noticed that his neighbor had fallen in his pool and was having a seizure and Simonds ended up saving his neighbor. Chris Wragge speaks with the heroic boy.

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52 Zoo's in 52 Weeks

The Taviano family recently completed a cross-country journey, visiting 52 Zoos in 52 Weeks. Best of all, they did it all for practically nothing! The whole family shares their story with Chris Wragge

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Under The Radar, 08.08.09

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us an man who can swallow up to 8 swords at once; A loud and annoying screaming contest; Plus, a couple ties the knot under water.

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The Agony of De-feet

Many people don't take great care of their feet. A recent study shows that many women are embarrassed about their feet. Dr. Suzanne Levine speaks with Erica Hill about fixing your feet.

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...And Justice For All

Sonia Sotomayor is sworn in as the 111th Justice, third woman and first Hispanic to sit on the United States Supreme Court. Chief Justice John Roberts administers the Judicial Oath.

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Town Hall Protests in Tampa

A town hall meeting over health care reform became heated after more than a thousand people showed up to talk about the Obama plan on Thursday.

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Fighting for gay rights in Cameroon

For gay men in Cameroon, where homosexual acts are punishable by five years in prison, it is still safest to live in hiding. Especially since the persecution of gays has intensified, including with the publication of a top 50 list of "suspected gays" and regular arrests.

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Town Hall Protests in Tampa

A town hall meeting over health care reform became heated after more than a thousand people showed up to talk about the Obama plan on Thursday.

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Sonia Sotomayor Takes Judicial Oath

Sonia Sotomayor is sworn in as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She is the first Latina and third woman to take oath into the justice courts.

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VOWS- State of the Unions

Fifteen years ago Asha Shetty left India to marry a fashion designer from Brooklyn. They have since found that the blending of their two cultures has created a balanced and unified family in New York.

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One, Two, Three Rolls You're Out

APBA baseball has changed little in 52 years, but still has a big fan base. This year, Lancaster, Penn., hosted the biggest tournament in decades.

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Bloomberg News Conference on Collision

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said that the crash of a small private plane and a New York tourist helicopter on Saturday "was probably not survivable from virtually the instant of the accident."

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French lecturer and embassy staffers on trial in Iran

The trial of a French lecturer and Iranian workers at the British and French embassies in the wake of the disputed presidential election has caused outrage. The son of Franco-Iranian Nazak Afshar, who works for the cultural section of the French embassy in Tehran; called for his mother's release.

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Japan- will hosting the World Cup help rugby take off?

In 2019, Japan will become the first Asian country to host a Rugby World Cup. It�s a country where sumo wrestling and baseball reign but rugby enthusiasts now hope their sport will be given a welcome boost.

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National park status to protect cliffs of southeastern France

Limestone cliffs and small creeks are some of the main attractions of southeastern France's Mediterranean coast. But the 1.2 million tourists who flock there every year are taking a toll on the environment. Plans are now afoot to turn the area into a national park.

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