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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Angry Crowd Fills D.C.

A large outpouring of anger against the Obama administration took place from the White House to the Capitol. As Nancy Cordes reports, many complained that their views had been dismissed by Washingon.

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Evening News Online, 09.12.09

Saturday: A large outpouring of anger against the Obama administration took place from the White House to the Capitol; Also, The search continues for Yale Student, Annie Le, who vanished unexpectedly.

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Federer and Nadal Near Showdown

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal prepare for the semifinals with a chance to meet in the U.S. Open final, which is the championship bout most fans expect.

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Legend of a Gentleman

It seems as if nobody dislikes Derek Jeter. He is a player who sets an example of excellence and professionalism that stretches far beyond sports. Jeff Glor reports on his remarkable feat.

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Fighting Foreclosure

Continuous housing foreclosures have made this the deepest housing crisis since the great depression. As Seth Doane reports, one judge has become determined to keep families in their houses.

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Effective Malpractice Policy

A new policy of honesty and apology health policy has proven to be a shrewd business practice for one hospital system. As Priya David reports, this policy has worked wonders against malpractice suits.

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Yale Student Search Continues

The search continues for Yale Student, Annie Le, who vanished after leaving her office to get to a local lab. As Randall Pinkston reports, there are some questions emerging about campus safety.

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Growing Approval Of Health Plan

As President Obama continues with another health care address, a growing number of Americans approve of his handling of his health care reform, since his speech to congress. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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VOWS- State of the Unions

Daniel Gross and Steven Goldstein were the first same-sex couple to appear in the Times wedding announcements. Even with a civil union and 17 years together, they still struggle for equal rights.

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Look Ahead- Week of 9-14-09

Get the inside scoop on this week's big stories: The Senate Finance Committee releases its health care bill, Democrats want Joe Wilson to apologize on the House floor, and the Values Voter Summit comes to DC.

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Seven Days of Rage

More shocking than the crimes was the person behind them. Now, stunning new secrets of the accused "Craigslist Killer." Saturday, Sept. 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Gourmet Portuguese on a Budget

Chef George Mendes of Aldea is this week's Chef on a Shoestring. He'll prepare tomato bread salad with basil cilantro and black olives, Chicken with rice, mussels and summer peaches with yogurt.

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Inside the Crayola Factory

Chris Wragge delves deep into a modern-day Willie Wonka fantasy, the Crayola factory in Easton, Pennsylvania, where 14-million crayons are made a day.

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Case of the Open Mic

In politics, don't say anything even if it's a whisper, unless you want the world to know about it. The curse of the open microphone has just cost a Calif. legislator his job. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Obama- "I will not accept status quo"

U.S. President Barack Obama said high healthcare costs are at the root of the U.S. budget deficit and called for a healthcare reform plan that would include a public insurance option for those without coverage.

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Obama addresses Congress on healthcare

U.S. President Barack Obama called on the U.S. Congress to overhaul the healthcare system in a televised speech Wednesday night.

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Larry Gatlin Back on Stage

Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers are in the Second Cup Caf� this week. Gatlin is now releasing his newest album, "The Pilgrimage". Gatlin performs his classic hit "All the Gold in California".

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Under the Radar, 09.12.09

On this week's Under the Radar, Chris Wragge and Debbye Turner Bell show us a new fashion trend with wedding dresses; Also, a bear with the munchies and young girls fancy footwork.

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When to Dump your Doc

There are many reasons why people want to look for a new physician. It is a decision that might be harder than you think. Dr. Pamela Gallin speaks with Chris Wragge about when to dump your doc.

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Toxic Waters- Coal in the Water

Jennifer Hall-Massey explains how water pollution, which she believes is caused by nearby coal companies, has impacted her family and community.

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Talk of the Town- Jackson tribute still on

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Jermaine Jackson defending his concert, Whitney Houston on top of the charts and Lindsay Lohan a fashion expert.

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Casualities of Afghanistan

Approximately 800 civilians have been killed in the Afghan war in the first five months of the year, a 24 percent jump from the same period in 2008.

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Obama on 60 Minutes

President Obama talks to Steve Kroft in his latest interview on "60 Minutes" about why he "owns" his health care reform plan. Sunday, 9/13/09, 7PM ET.

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Remembering Walter Cronkite

President Barack Obama -- along with former President Bill Clinton and a cast of TV news celebrities -- pay homage to legendary news anchor Walter Cronkite.

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Kellie Pickler

Her fans love her and her music, and she it at the top of the charts touring with Taylor Swift these days. Join us as we catch up with the country singing star.

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Freshman Fitness

How your kids will stay healthy when they go off to college is just one of concerns most parents have. But it is one that we can help you with. Here, the Better Fitness expert goes over the dorm room workout.

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Celebrity Pets

The only thing more famous than a celebrity could be their pets. Paw Nation took a poll from all the pet lovers out there, and got back some very interesting results.

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Bolivia's hip-hop smiles

Indigenous women in Bolivia are taking their fashion cues from the hip hop world of North America, heading to the dentists for gold and silver designer grills for their teeth

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Madoff penthouse to go on sale

The New York City penthouse where imprisoned fraudster Bernard Madoff spent his last few days of freedom with his wife Ruth is set to go on sale later this week, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

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Of Color | Diversity Beyond the Runway

Fashion runways are slowly becoming more diverse, but some industry insiders insist that there still isn't enough diversity in ad campaigns.

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