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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Final Destination No. 1 at box office

The latest celebrity news including a top spot for "The Final Destination" at the box office, a tribute to Thriller and Madonna wraps up her tour.

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Sunday: In California, authorities are pleading with residents to evacuate as wildfires continue; Plus, A man who has spent his years since retiring from space exploration as an artist

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Jesus of Siberia- an ex-traffic cop turned Messiah

He used to be a traffic cop, but for thousands of followers, Vissarion is no less than the second coming of Jesus of Nazareth, reincarnated 2,000 years after his crucifixion, deep in the Siberian wilderness. Duration: 02:20

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French workers strip down to save job

Across France companies have been forced by dire bottom lines to lay off staff, but employees at one factory are baring all to protect their jobs -- posing nude in a calendar to draw attention to their plight. Duration: 01:56

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S. Africa Mourns Kennedy

Ted Kennedy has been eulogized as a "liberal lion" of the U.S. Senate, but he also had a major voice in foreign policy too. As Michelle Miller reports, there is a lesser known chapter in his career in South Africa.

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An Apollo Artist

A man who has spent his years since retiring from space exploration as an artist, shared a spectacular vision of what he and very few others saw. Jeff Glor has the weekend journal.

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Polaroid's Second Act

Polaroid pictures became antiques last summer when the last company stopped making the film. That was the end, or so it seemed. As Mark Phillips reports, Polaroid may have a second act.

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Blood Thinner Breakthrough

Researchers recently announced that a potentially exciting new drug could be a great help for many heart patients. As Tony Guida reports, there are many risky side-effects.

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Political Upheaval

History has been made in Japan. For more than half a century, nothing could bring down the ruling party there, but the crumbling economy finally did. Barry Peterson has more from Tokyo.

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Cheney Strikes Back

A hotly debated issue has been the justice department's decision to prosecute those in the CIA accused of torturing prisoners. As Bill Plante reports, Dick Cheney is taking action.

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Kidnap Suspects Probed

Shocking photo's of the backyard prison that held Jaycee Dugard captive were recently released. As John Blackstone reports, police continue to look for answers surrounding this case.

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Wildfires Threatening Homes

In California, authorities are pleading with residents to evacuate as wildfires continue to threaten homes around L.A. As Hattie Kauffman reports, firefighters struggle to contain the raging blazes.

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Vital road to link eastern Afghanistan to Kabul

Road construction monitored by U.S troops is underway on the Khost-Gardez Pass, a road that connects eastern Afghanistan to Kabul.

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Wildfires rage in Los Angeles

More than 3,000 homes were evacuated on the northeastern edge Los Angeles on Saturday as wildfires spread across the region.

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Suicide bomber kills 12 in Pakistan

A militant blew himself up at a police station in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley.

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More attacks strike near Baghdad

Iraq continues to suffer from a rash of violence which has questioned the quality of the country's local security forces over the past two months.

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DPJ tipped to win in Japanese vote

Japanese vote in elections that look set to oust the long-ruling conservative party and give victory to the untested opposition, the Democratic Party of Japan.

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Fires threaten 10,000 homes in California.

A wildfire raging in a long stretch of the heavily populated Los Angeles foothills threatens 10,000 homes.

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Thousands party at UK carnival

Hundreds of thousands of revellers ignore economic woes and cloudy weather to attend the opening day of Europe's biggest street carnival.

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Missing pilots' remains head home

The remains of two Australian pilots killed during the Vietnam war are flown home.

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Thousands stranded on Chinese border

Ethnic Chinese refugees camp on the border with Myanmar to escape fighting between Burmese troops and local militia groups.

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Japanese elect a new leadership

The Democratic Party wins elections in Japan, setting Yukio Hatoyama up to be the country's next prime minister.

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Fashion tribute to 'King of pop'

Indian fashion designer pays tribute to 'King of Pop' Michael Jackson.

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Cameroon train crash drama

Investigations are underway after the country's second fatal train crash in two days.

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Thousands attend Jackson bash in New York

Thousands of Michael Jackson fans boogy to his music at a block party organized by filmmaker Spike Lee

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Blazing Wildfires Continue

CBS News RAW: Firefighters conduct drops of flame retardant on a wildfire burning at Angeles National Forest in La Canada Flintridge, Calif. 35,000 acres have been burned so far.

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Cheers for Japan's victorious centre-left

The opposition Democratic Party of Japan led by Yukio Hatoyama celebrated a landslide victory in elections on Sunday which ousted the ruling conservatives after more than half a century of nearly unbroken rule. Duration: 01:05

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America's farewell to Ted Kennedy

Tears flowed Saturday at the grand Catholic funeral for Edward Kennedy, eulogized by President Barack Obama as "the lion of the Senate" and by his son as a tender-hearted hero. Duration: 01:43

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Japanese voters say it's time for change

Voters at a Tokyo polling station say they want to see change and an end to more than half a century of almost unbroken conservative rule. The opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), led by Yukio Hatoyama, is set for a landslide victory in Sunday's election. Duration: 00:59.

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Gabonese head to polls in key election

Gabonese voters stood in long lines Sunday to pick a successor to late veteran leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, as his son Ali sought to win the presidency that his father held for 41 years. For those living in Gabon's slums, there's hope that a new leader will be a new beginning. Duration: 01:39

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Gabonese go to the polls in key elections

Gabonese voters stood in long lines Sunday to pick a successor to late veteran leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, as his son sought to win the presidency that he held for 41 years. Hundreds of people queued up in front of schools turned into polling stations which opened two hours late in several districts of the capital Libreville, as voting material arrived late and some election workers were absent. Duration: 00:44

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'Record' 13,000 Jackson fans groove to 'Thriller'

Close to 13,000 people attempted to smash the world record in Mexico City for the most people simultaneously performing Michael Jackson's famed "Thriller" dance, on the day the pop star would have turned 51. Duration: 01:17.

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Japans Hatoyama calls for change

The man widely tipped to be Japans next prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama, is the scion of one of the countrys most influential and wealthy political dynasties. Despite his roots in the moneyed power elite, Hatoyama has pledged to fight for the common man, often speaking of his vision of a fraternal society. Raw imagesDuration: 01:18

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60 Minutes, 08.30.09

Scott Pelley shows us where our society's electronic refuse ends up; Also, Steve Kroft examines credit default swaps; Plus, Morly Safer reports on the inventor, Forrest Bird.

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Schwarzenegger On Wildfires

Gov. Schwarzenegger holds a press conference on the CA wildfires that have forced many evacuations and threatened thousands of homes. Only 3 homes have been destroyed, but the fire continues to grow.

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Birdman

Forrest Bird's invention, the respirator, has saved millions and, at age 88, he's still living his life to the fullest, flying his planes and working long days. Morley Safer reports.

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Restaurant

The KPTVB12 local news story "Restaurant ", originally aired on August 19, 2009 at 12:59PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: restaurant, dream team, new way, wrinkle, portland, oldest.

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Anything you want

The KPTVB12 local news story "Anything you want", originally aired on August 19, 2009 at 01:12PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: los angeles, pool, sticky, couch, anything you want, living room.

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Slacking In The Future

On this episode of "The Tomorrow Show" Mo Rocca takes a look at the future of wasting time and visits MC Hammer.

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Shopping online

The KPTVB12 local news story "Shopping online", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:30PM. The story was classified under the "Education" category, and is related to the following topics: back to school, online coupon, shopping online, middle school, time for kids, free school.

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Chicken breast

The KPTVB12 local news story "Chicken breast", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:43PM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: chicken breast, there you go, thigh, drum stick, you will, cut through.

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Let the games begin

The KPTVB12 local news story "Let the games begin", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:38PM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: chess game, kids, let the games begin, great game, your game, parents.

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Peer pressure

The KPTVB12 local news story "Peer pressure", originally aired on August 27, 2009 at 01:36PM. The story was classified under the "Crime" category, and is related to the following topics: peer pressure, girl, best friend, come back, cutest, high school.

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Financial WMDs

Steve Kroft examines the complicated financial instruments known as credit default swaps and the central role they are playing in the unfolding economic crisis.

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The Wasteland

Where does all the electronic refuse our society generates end up? Some of it is shipped illegally from the U.S. to China, reports Scott Pelley, where it is harming the environment and people.

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What Are You Carrying?

Everyday Andy Rooney sees people lugging around bags and backpacks that are filled to the brim with stuff. He says it is a sign of the changing times that everyone is carrying extra weight around.

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Thriller In Mexico City

Thousands gathered in Mexico City and may have broken the record for most people dancing to "Thriller" simultaneously, on what would have been Michael Jackson's 51st birthday.

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Face The Nation, 08.31.09

Colleagues of Senator Edward M. Kennedy remember his lasting legacy and the indelible mark he left on the political landscape.

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Congressional Colleagues On Kennedy

Senators McCain (R-Ariz.), Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) discuss the political impact on the passing of Sen. Kennedy.

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Remembering "The Liberal Lion"

Sen. Kennedy's closest friend in the Senate, Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Georgetown University scholar, Michael Eric Dyson remember the lasting legacy of Sen. Kennedy.

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Kennedy's Victory Lap

Sen. Kennedy "crashed and burned" many times in his early years, but he never gave in to the sorrows and tragedies. Bob Schieffer remembers Kennedy's "final laps" and the difference he made.

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Vows- Julie & Andy

Julie "Banderas" Bidwell and Andrew Sansone met on the set of Fox News, where he would bring dates to watch a show being taped. Four and half years and several breakups later, they're ready to wed.

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Vows- Vows- Julie & Andy

Julie "Banderas" Bidwell and Andrew Sansone met on the set of Fox News, where he would bring dates to watch a show being taped. Four and half years and several breakups later, they're ready to wed.

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