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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Afghanistan- An Election For Some?

In some areas of Afghanistan voters took part in Presidential and provincial elections, but intimidation and allegations of fraud are dogging the count.

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Evening News Online, 08.29.09

Saturday: Hundreds of mourners were gathered at a Boston church to pay their last respects to the late Senator; Also, firefighters are battling CA wildfires, and some are raging near Los Angeles.

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Last Respects to Kennedy

Politics took a back seat as Ted Kennedy was put in his final resting place. Hundreds of mourners were gathered at a Boston church to pay their last respects to the late Senator. Jim Axelrod reports.

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U.S. Capitol Says Goodbye

Hundreds of friends and colleagues have been waiting at the U.S. capitol for hours to say goodbye to the late Ted Kennedy, who walked the streets of congress for nearly 50 years. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Wildfires Approaching L.A.

In California, firefighters are battling a dozen wildfires, but one that worries them most is raging near Los Angeles which covers 9 square miles. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Jaycee Kidnap Case Unfolds

The solved kidnapping case of Jaycee Dugard stunned the nation. As John Blackstone reports, anger is growing that authorities missed opportunities in the past to crack this case.

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Nadal looks ahead to US Open

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, back after a knee injury break, hopes to be in shape for the U.S. Open.

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Kennedy, The Patriarch

Senator Ted Kennedy was the baby of the family who eventually became the patriarch. As Jeff Glor reports, a patriarch is the role Ted Kennedy was perfectly suited for.

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An Arlington Afterlife

Ted Kennedy's wish was to eventually join his brothers John and Bobby at Arlington cemetery. Wyatt Andrews has the story of how the Kennedy's came to rest in a military cemetery.

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Gabon set for key polls

Gabon goes to the polls Sunday to elect a successor to Africa's longest serving ruler Omar Bongo, whose son appears to be the frontrunner in the oil-rich country's presidential race. As campaigning wound down Saturday, Ali Bongo, 50, seemed to have a distinct advantage over a divided opposition, with the backing of the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party and a huge campaign war chest. Duration: 00:32

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Cow power electrifies Vermonters

Cows producing electrical power? On six farms in Vermont, cow manure is used to produce methane, which in turn runs engines that generate power. Vermonters are even willing to pay a premium to use this home grown, total green electricity. Duration: 01:50

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Cow power electrifies Vermonters

Cows producing electrical power? On six farms in Vermont, cow manure is used to produce methane, which in turn runs engines that generate power. Vermonters are even willing to pay a premium to use this home grown, total green electricity.

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Gabon presidential hopefuls in row

A bid to find a unity candidate in Gabon's presidential election backfired Friday, as four contenders denied having pulled out of Sunday's race to rally behind a rival to frontrunner Ali Bongo. All four dismissed a statement issued earlier Friday saying they had agreed to back former minister Andre Mba Obame in a bid to beat Ali Bongo Ondimba, son of the former president.

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Spaniard wins Ultra-Trail championship around Mont-Blanc

It's one of the most extreme of extreme sports, but 2000 athletes are participating in this weekend's punishing North Face Ultra-Trail championship. Now in its sixth year, the race winds up and around Mont Blanc. After a gruelling trek, the Spaniard, Kilian Jornet won the championship on Saturday. Duration: 01:04

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Ultra-Trail, the ultimate extreme sports, kicks off

It's one of the most extreme of extreme sports, but 2000 athletes were at the start-line Friday to participate in the punishing North Face Ultra-Trail championship. Now in its sixth year, the race winds up and around Mont Blanc and lasts for days. Duration: 00:42.

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Spotlight on photojournalism at French festival

The Visa Pour l'Image international photojournalism festival opened in southwestern France on Saturday. The festival which runs through September 13, highlights coverage of the year's major news events including the Gaza war, Iraq and Afghanistan. Duration: 00:52

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Crowds pay respects to Kennedy

Citizens gather in the rain to pay their respects to Senator Edward Kennedy ahead of his funeral in Boston.

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Tributes paid at Kennedy funeral

U.S presidents, members of Congress join family and friends to bid farewell to U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy who died of brain cancer at the age of 77.

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Kidnap Horror

Allison Jacobs and Lisa Campbell of the U.C. Berkeley Police Department tell Erica Hill how their actions helped uncover Jaycee Lee Dugard, held captive for 18 years by a convicted sex offender.

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Calif. Wildfires Continue

CBS News RAW: California Wildfires have threatened homes while flames continue to rise.

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Nashville's Will Hoge

Nashville based singer Will Hoge is in the Second Cup Cafe this week. His new album "The Wreckage" hits shelves next month, and he performs his new single, 'Even If It Breaks Your Heart'

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'Love Burger' On a Budget

Chef Tim Love is our Chef on a Shoestring this week. He prepares a Caesar Salad, the "Love Burger" with Chile Parmesan Potato Chips, and a Vanilla Brandy Spiked Chocolate Shake.

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Under the Radar, 08.29.09

On this week's Under the Radar, Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us some love-hungry gorilla's; Also, the amazing winner of 'Ukraine's got talent', Plus, baseball themed caskets.

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After Abduction

Now that the family of Jaycee Dugard is finally reunited, they will be dealing with many future obstacles. Erica Hill speaks with Ernie Allen about what it would take for this family to move forward.

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Libido Boost

Chris Wragge is joined with Body + Soul Senior Editor Terri Trespicio, who shows us how to fire up your sex drive, the natural way, by looking at supplements and foods that give you a body boost.

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Final campaigns in Japan election

Japan's Aso and Hatoyama make final campaign pitch to voters ahead of general elections.

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Australia battles against bushfires

Australian authorities declare a state of emergency as flames threaten homes near bushland south of Sydney.

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Iraqi politician Hakim laid to rest

Leading Shi'ite figure Abdul Aziz al-Hakim is buried in Iraq's holy city of Najaf amid fears of heightened instability.

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Brown on surprise Afghanistan trip

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a surprise visit to Helmand Province and Kabul as Afghans await the outcome of their elections.

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Third time lucky for US space launch

The space shuttle Discovery lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on its third attempt.

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Trouble brewing for wine industry

French wine producers are changing their methods to cope with global warming.

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Yemen rebels seize army weapons

Yemen rebels in country's north-west seize military weapons as violence in the region intensifies.

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Organic makeover for Belgian castle

Belgian museum Seneffe Castle gets a new - if temporary - look for its courtyard.

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Iraqis mourn death of Hakim

Thousands of Iraqis flock to a Shi'ite shrine in Kerbala to mourn the death of cleric and political leader Abdul Aziz al-Hakim.

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UNASUR talks end on Colombia-US deal

South American leaders have ended their talks on a Colombia-US military deal, with leaders suspicious of its merits and pledging further investigation into the matter.

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Laughter, tears at Kennedy memorial

Republicans and Democrats came together at a private service to honor Senator Edward Kennedy, the patriarch of an American political dynasty.

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Classical musicians go wild in Japan

A group of classical musicians dress up in animal costumes to get kids interested in music.

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Climate change 'meltdown' in China

Sculptures of children carved from glacial melt were displayed in Beijing as Greenpeace marks the 100-day countdown to climate talks.

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Development or Economic Discrimination?

A poor county in central Alabama is getting more than $3 million to dispose of coal ash, but many residents are furious.

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Politics- Ted Kennedy Jr.'s Eulogy

Ted Kennedy Jr. remembers his father during the funeral service.

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World- Afghanistan- An Election For Some?

In some areas of Afghanistan voters took part in Presidential and provincial elections, but intimidation and allegations of fraud are dogging the count.

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Politics- Video- President Obama's Eulogy

President Barack Obama delivers the eulogy of Senator Edward M. Kennedy in Boston in front of dignitaries, family, and friends.

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U.s.- Development or Economic Discrimination?

A poor county in central Alabama is getting more than $3 million to dispose of coal ash, but many residents are furious.

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