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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Re-Igniting Political Flame

While Obama is in full campaign mode at town hall meetings, he is also reaching out to those who helped him gain Presidency. As Kimberly Dozier reports, he is attempting to re-energize his supporters.

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Obama Heads To Colorado

President Obama continues his swing through the west, after stopping at Yellowstone Park, Obama holds a town hall in Colorado to continue to push his health care reform. Chip Reid reports.

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Living Small

Downsizing has become a trend among Americans who think they have more house than they need. As Jim Axelrod reports, these houses are taking downsizing to a whole new level.

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Clunker Dealers Hold Back

Cash for Clunkers has been an extreme success. Automakers continue to boost production, but some dealerships still await their reimbursements. Terrell Brown reports.

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Women at Arms- Beyond the Wire

For female soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, experience on the ground is outpacing official military policy.

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Sluggish Sales

During these tough economic times, retailers are trying to do anything to entice shoppers, especially during the back-to-school buying season. As Priya David reports, buyers are skeptical.

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Deadly Afghan Car-Bomb

Less than a week before Afghanistan's presidential elections, the Taliban penetrated the heart of Kabul, killing 7 and wounded hundreds in a suicide car-bomb. Mandy Clark reports.

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Dangerous Calif. Wildfires

In California, where wildfires are scorching thousands of acres, the fires have threatened hundreds of homes and buildings, forcing thousands of residents to evacuate. John Blackstone reports.

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Peace, Love and Murder

In Full: They were hippies, practicing peace and love. How did it end in murder? Harold Dow reports.

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Mindy Smith, 'Jolene'

Mindy Smith is in the Second Cup Caf this week, performing the song, 'Jolene'. Mindy's debut album won her the award for Best New Artist and her album, 'Stupid Love' was just released recently.

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Get Sex Back Into Marriage

An estimated 15% of all married Americans have a 'sexless marriage'. Dr Jenn Berman discusses with Erica Hill about how to beat her top 5 sex busters and get a little more love.

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A Julia Child Meal, Under $35

Julie Powell is this week's 'Chef on a Shoestring'. Julie wrote the book, "Julie & Julia". Powell will prepare roquefort turnovers, fricassee de poulet au paprika, and chocolate mousse.

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Pitino's Bad Choices

Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino is being questioned about his choices, including a one-night stand and reports of a pregnancy and an abortion. Lisa Bloom and Eric Crawford join Chris Wragge.

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Under the Radar, 08.15.09

On this week's 'Under the Radar', Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us an overly affectionate dog; also art that you can eat, plus, a hangover competition.

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Health Care Family Feud

The ongoing healthcare debate is stirring up questions. Many can ask, is it really about healthcare? Brad Woodhouse, and his brother Dallas Woodhouse and Mike Allen speak with Erica Hill.

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U.s.- Women at Arms- Beyond the Wire

For female soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, experience on the ground is outpacing official military policy.

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Missed Woodstock? Then buy the T-shirt

Woodstock -- the legendary love, drugs and rock festival near New York City in 1969 -- defined the hippie generation. Forty years on, what�s left is a museum where visitors can relive their youth, and the young can explore Woodstock's mythology thanks to multimedia installations.

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Russian rockers rage against the Putin machine

In a modern Russia where media is increasingly tightly controlled, most musicians are careful not to upset the authorities. But now a resurgent punk scene is showing that some bands are ready to say what they think about Putin's Russia, even if it makes life tough for them. Duration: 02:05

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Lack of snow no obstacle for champion ski jumpers

Ski jumping in summer? Without snow? Yes, it's possible and there's even a World Championship to boot. The French mountain resort of Courchevel is hosting the 19th edition of the summer ski jumping World Cup where competitors whoosh down a plastic ramp. Duration: 01:26

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Pre-vote bomb at Kabul NATO base kills seven

A suicide car bomb exploded outside the NATO military headquarters in the Afghan capital on Saturday and killed seven Afghans, the defence ministry said, in a brazen attack just days before elections. The Taliban militia behind a soaring insurgency said it had carried out the unprecedented bombing. Duration: 01:10

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