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Sunday, September 6, 2009

New York On Less- Making Choices

Camille Tokerud is saving $1,300 a month by moving out of her pricey West Village digs, while Jessica Advocat is leaving Brooklyn to trek across the country to find herself and maybe a cheaper city.

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60 Minutes, 09.06.09

Scott Pelley examines increasing the number of forest fires due to global warming; Lara Logan reports from a forward operating base near Pakistan; Plus, Morly Safer with musician, Steve Lopez.

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Andy Tries To Decipher The Ads

Glossy magazines feature hundreds of ads, but as Andy Rooney discovered, it's not always clear what they are advertising.

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Mr. Ayers and Mr. Lopez

Discovered living on the streets by L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez, mentally ill musician Nathaniel Ayers has become the subject of a book by Lopez and now a Hollywood film. Morley Safer reports.

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Evening News Online, 09.06.09

Sunday: President Obama will take his health care case directly to Congress and the American people; Also, As Washington gets back to work, the Obama Administration is set to have a busy autumn.

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Combat in Afghanistan

The enemy is on the rise in Afghanistan and Lara Logan's report from a forward operating base near Pakistan includes 60 Minutes footage of up-close combat.

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The Age of Megafires

Global warming is increasing the intensity and number of forest fires across the American West. Scott Pelley goes to the fire line to report.

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Design Star

This summer an Atlanta hospital sponsored a coloring contest. The winner would redesign the color of Carl Edward's NASCAR for one race. Mark Strassmann has the story of Jody Lawrence.

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Final Destination still No. 1

The latest celebrity news including a repeat performance at the box office for "The Final Destination," Michael Jackson's glove sells at auction and Michael Moore is making noise in Venice

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'Shelter In Place'

As the L.A. wildfires are finally being contained, some fire officials are supporting an idea that could allow people to remain in their homes during wildfires. Ben Tracy has more on 'shelter in place'.

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Washington Back To Work

As Washington gets back to work, President Obama and his administration are set to have a busy autumn. John Dickerson and Lakshman Achuthan look ahead with Russ Mitchell.

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Food Feud

Since the mid-90's, nutrition facts were on the side of food products. Now, some packaged foods are getting new front-of-the-box labels. Randall Pinkston reports on this 'smart choices program'.

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'Hillary Movie' Debacle

Few people have heard of 'Hillary the Movie', until last year when the US Government banned the film and its ads from airing on-TV. As Wyatt Andrews reports, much controversy is surrounding the film.

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School Speech Controversy

A nationally broadcasted speech by President Obama to schools has caused controversy. The complaints have caused some school districts to decide they won't carry the speech. Don Teague reports.

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The President's Plan

The debate on Capitol Hill is heating up again, as President Obama will take his health care case directly to Congress and the American people. Kimberly Dozier has the latest.

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Face The Nation, 09.06.09

In a Face The Nation exclusive, Education Secretary Arne Duncan discusses the H1N1 virus, fixing a broken education system and President Obama's upcoming address to U.S. school children; Plus, Bob Schieffer on this year's wild Summer.

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Education Secretary Prepares For "The Worst"

With a new school year right around the corner, Education Secretary Arne Duncan discusses plans for combating the H1N1 virus.

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School Address Is "Purely Voluntary"

Education Secretary Arne Duncan responded to claims from critics that President Obama's upcoming address to U.S. school children is actually an attempt to spread his "socialist ideology."

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Summer Recess To Remember

From fistfights at town-hall events and soldiers "gone wild" at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, President Obama and Congress have much to tackle as they return from their summer vacations.

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Chavez arrives in Iran

Venezuelan President meets with President Ahmedinejad as part of regional tour.

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UK Brown urges continued support

G20 meet in London to decide on economic recovery strategy ahead of Pittsburgh summit.

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Stephanie Liss and Marc Otten

Stephanie Liss and Marc Otten tell about how they met in August of 2005 after Ms. Liss decided to not to make it an early early night, and attended a birthday party with her brother at an East Village bar.

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New York On Less- Making Choices

Camille Tokerud is saving $1,300 a month by moving out of her pricey West Village digs, while Jessica Advocat is leaving Brooklyn to trek across the country to find herself and maybe a cheaper city.

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