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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Tension Rises in Afghanistan

Tension continues to build in Afghanistan as the election draws near. The Taliban has warned Afghans to stay home or face attacks. As Lara Logan reports, U.S. Marines are battling Taliban fighters.

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Health Care Compromise

President Obama believes most of congress agrees with what he has proposed for health care reform, but now it appears the public insurance option may not make the final cut. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Mandatory HIV Testing?

Thousands of Americans become infected with HIV every year, but health officials believe routine testing could save lives. As Priya David reports, making tests mandatory is a controversial solution.

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National Park Cutbacks

Tight budgets are forcing states across the country to cut national park funding. As John Blackstone reports, nowhere is the situation as dire as in California.

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Women's Soccer League Triumph

The Women's professional soccer league has learned many important lessons after completing its first season. As Kelly Wallace reports, the league has opened doors to a new generation of players.

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Three Tropical Storms Form

Storms Ana, Claudette and Bill were all born in less than a week. High winds and strong rains from the tropical storms are lashing parts of Florida and the Gulf Coast. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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An Extra Helpful Hospital

President Obama claims that just streamlining hospital practices could help pay for health reform. Randall Pinkston shows us a hospital that where improved care and savings go hand in hand.

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The Road To Redemption?

Speaking at an event for The Humane Society, Vick addresses his past, present and future.

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40,000 Pro Dog Fighters

Wayne Pacelle of The Humane Society on the magnitude of the problem.

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60 Minutes, 08.16.09

In Full: Michael Vick speaks with James Brown in his first interview his prison sentence; Also, Lara Logan reports on America's new air force; Plus, Steve Kroft joins Coldplay's Chris Martin

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Andy Rooney Talks Tools

Andy Rooney praises the modern day inventions of scotch tape and elastic bands, but laments a bulky, black telephone that he can't do without.

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Coldplay

The British rock group that has taken its place among the most popular bands in the world gives 60 Minutes a rare look inside its world that includes a candid interview with frontman Chris Martin.

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America's New Air Force

Increasingly, the U.S. military is relying on un-manned, often armed aircraft to track and destroy the enemy - sometimes controlled from bases thousands of miles away from the battlefront.

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Michael Vick- Why He Lied

His changing stories before NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

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Michael Vick- Doing Time

Does Vick understand the reaction to his crimes?

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Michael Vick

The former pro quarterback speaks in his first interview since he admitted to participating in the illegal dogfighting that resulted in a prison sentence and his suspension from the NFL.

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The New Michael Vick

A vow to be a better player and person.

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Michael Vick- No Excuses

Why Vick says he couldn't bring himself to stop the dogfighting.

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Michael Vick- Cutting Ties

Vick says the dogfighting "business" was a way to help some old friends.

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Michael Vick- Sincere?

A chastened superstar?

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Memories Of Woodstock

On the fortieth anniversary of Woodstock, some who were there share their memories of the iconic festival. Jeff Glor has more.

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Michael Vick- "Pure Disgust"

Vick on the barbaric treatment he inflicted on dogs.

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Face The Nation, 08.16.09

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on health care reform; Lee Hamilton and Chuck Hagel discuss Afghanistan; Plus, Historian Douglas Brinkley on his new book 'The Wilderness Warrior.'

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The Focus In Afghanistan

Iraq Co-Study Chairman Lee Hamilton and Former Senator Chuck Hagel spoke with CBS Early Show anchor Harry Smith about where U.S. focus should be in Afghanistan.

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The Wilderness Warrior

Historian Douglas Brinkley spoke with CBS Early Show anchor Harry Smith about his new book 'The Wilderness Warrior,' President Theodore Roosevelt's crusade to protect our environment.

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Gibbs On Health Care

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs spoke with CBS Early Show anchor Harry Smith about the continuing battle to sell the President's health care reform to the American people.

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Congress' Summer Blues

It's been quite a summer for members of Congress, as they face angry opposition to health care reform. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, its price tag is a hard pill for million of voters to swallow.

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What's In Health Care Bill?

With the debate over health care reform becoming increasingly heated, Martha Teichner examines what those reforms are and the hot button issues taking center stage.

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Vows- Regan and Anders

Regan Grusy and Anders Bergstrom met 10 years ago. They lived and worked together before they started dating. After living in different cities for two years, they fell in love.

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Women at Arms- On The Ground

Female soldiers at Camp Warhorse in Iraq speak candidly about the changing dynamics at base camp.

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Morocco aims for more water-saving on farms

Morocco's agricultural sector accounts for 80 percent of the country's water use, and is the focus of government efforts to sustain the country's precious resources, through microirrigation and other techniques. Duration: 01:35.

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World- Women at Arms- On The Ground

Female soldiers at Camp Warhorse in Iraq speak candidly about the changing dynamics at base camp.

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Vows- Vows- Regan and Anders

Regan Grusy and Anders Bergstrom met 10 years ago. They lived and worked together before they started dating. After living in different cities for two years, they fell in love.

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Security major hurdle for Afghan polls

A suicide bomb rocked central Kabul on Saturday, days before Afghanistan is due to hold presidential and provincial elections. All eyes are now on the Afghan police to ensure security. But many observers are sceptical the force is up to the challenge.

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A tour of the shifting sands of Mont Saint Michel

Mont-Saint-Michel on the Normandy coast is one of France�s most visited places. While many people come by road, there is another more traditional way to approach the ancient abbey -- on foot. But, the trek has its perils and two people lost their lives last year. Despite the risks, 100,000 people venture across the bay every year. Duration: 01:50.

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