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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Keeping the Faith in Homesh

The Times's Ethan Bronner looks at the state of settlements on the West Bank as further pressure is applied to remove them.

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Evening News Online, 09.13.09

Sunday: Critics think health reform will add to skyrocketing Medicare and Medicaid costs; Also, On the day where Yale Student, Annie Le was to get married, investigators continue to look at evidence.

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60 Minutes, 09.13.09

Steve Kroft speaks with President Obama about health care reform; Also, Lesley Stahl reports on the late Ted Kennedy; Plus Morley Safer interviews the actors and writers behind "Guiding Light".

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Fast Family Dinners

For Americans short on time and money, having family dinners is no easy task. As Ben Tracy reports, there is a bright spot for parents who want to answer the question, "what's for dinner?"

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Shanghai Market Soaring

China's economy has weathered the world recession fairly well. As Terry McCarthy reports, one major Chinese city, the real estate market is booming like its 2007.

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Economic Meltdown Aftermath

The U.S. has faced the worse financial crisis since the great depression. As a result, this crisis called for financial reforms, some of which have been instituted. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Still Counting Votes

As the vote-counting of the Afghan election continues, officials say president Karzai is still ahead in the election. As Mandy Clark reports, U.N. backed monitors say many votes could be worthless.

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Annie Le Mystery Deepens

On the day where Yale Student, Annie Le was to get married, investigators continue to look at evidence surrounding the missing graduate student. As Randall Pinkston reports, the mystery deepens.

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Is It In Or Out?

Mixed signals continue to come from White House officials on the need for a public insurance option. Critics think health reform will add to Medicare and Medicaid costs. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Big Teddy

His son, Ted Kennedy, Jr., and the editor/publisher he collaborated closely with on his memoir, Jonathan Karp, reflect on the life and legacy of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. Lesley Stahl reports.

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President Obama

Steve Kroft interviews the president at an important time in his presidency at the White House.

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Rooney's Memories of Cronkite

Andy Rooney remembers his close friend Walter Cronkite, who passed away on July 17, 2009

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Guiding Light

Morley Safer interviews the actors and writers behind broadcasting's longest running drama, "Guiding Light," as they celebrate the soap's incredible run and discuss its cancellation after 72 years.

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Obama- The Speech And The Plan

President Obama explains why he spoke to the nation and gives an outline of his health care plan.

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Obama- Is Health Care In Trouble?

The president says change is never easy.

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Obama- Can Health Care Pass?

Are there enough votes for Obama's plan?

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Obama- Paying The Price

Can the country afford health care reform?

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Obama- Afghanistan

The President faces some tough choices in Afghanistan.

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Obama- Big Government

President Obama says much of the growth in government happened before he became president.

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Obama- Too Much Too Soon?

Is health care reform one program too many?

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Obama- Heckling The President

The President on getting heckled, Congressman Wilson, and the culture of partisanship.

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Ted Kennedy- His Passion

The simple pleasure that meant so much.

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Ted Kennedy- A Special Bond

The lessons of life passed from father to son.

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Ted Kennedy- Did He Want To Be President?

We had to let him have that chance.

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Ted Kennedy- Humility First

Life and success in the shadows of his brothers.

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Ted Kennedy- The Next Senator Kennedy?

Watch out for the next generation of Kennedy politicians!

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Ted Kennedy- His Son's Cancer

Coming together to face a life and death issue.

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Ted Kennedy- Four Brothers

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on the special family dynamic.

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The Kennedy Compound, Then

In the 1979 "CBS Reports: Teddy" Roger Mudd was there as Senator Ted Kennedy and his mother Rose rounded-up the family for a picture.

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The Kennedy Compound, Now

Ted Kennedy Jr. shows Lesley Stahl around the family's six-acre refuge in Cape Cod.

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Ted Kennedy- His Relationship With LBJ

Breaking ranks with his brothers?

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Ted Kennedy- His Father Joe

What historian Doris Kearns Goodwin learned from the book.

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UN optimistic pre-climate talks

The UN says December's Copenhagen talks will provide an opportunity for developing countries to enter the greenhouse gas debate.

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Colombia seizes huge drug cash haul

Colombian police confiscate 11.2 million dollars of drug money hidden inside two batches of chemicals being imported from Mexico.

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School holiday kids in boat tragedy

A boat carrying children in Sierra Leone back from their school holidays has capsized in a heavy storm killing at least 80 with dozens more feared dead.

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The weekend box office

The latest celebrity news including the weekend box office, Susan Boyle arrives in the United States and Clooney creating a buzz in Toronto

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Face The Nation, 09.13.09

White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod and Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) discuss health care reform's future; Syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker and Politico's Roger Simon offer analysis on the current health care debate; Plus; Bob Schieffer on debating health care.

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Charting A New Course

The debate over health care reform is proving to be a no-holds barred battle but, as New York Times' David Pogue reports, electronic records have already provided one big change.

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The Power Of Listening

While the health care debate reaches a fever pitch across the U.S., Nancy Giles notes it might be wise to just listen to what President Obama has to say.

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State Of The Union

With the current health care debate heating up Bob Schieffer looks at how argument is affecting Americans.

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Public Option's Future

Bob Schieffer spoke with White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod and Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) about health care reform's future, specifically a public option.

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Health Care Roundtable

Syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker and Politico's Roger Simon offer analysis on the current health care debate.

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Crisis hits Singapore migrants

Migrant workers from South Asia cling to the hope of earning money for their families in countries like Singapore, Malaysia and Dubai although many overseas jobs have been axed since the the global economic crisis hit a year ago.

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UN optimistic pre-climate talks

The UN says December's Copenhagen talks will provide an opportunity for developing countries to enter the greenhouse gas debate.

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Japan's eco-car recovery

Japan looks to hybrid autos as a path out of deep recession that struck following the collapse of Lehman Brothers one year ago.

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Healthcare still a headache for Obama

Despite a highly praised speech to a joint session of Congress, President Obama appeared to change few minds in the House or the Senate.

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One year since Lehman's demise

A look back at the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the financial crisis of 2008.

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An offer from Tehran

Tehran presents a proposal to world powers, but so far the US reception has been lukewarm

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Rebuilding Ground Zero

Eight years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site is lagging. So far only the steel frame of one of the four planned office towers has risen just above ground level.

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Ellen the new Idol judge

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Ellen DeGeneres is the new American Idol judge

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Obama heckler apologizes

The U.S. Congressman who called President Obama a liar as he addressed a joint session of Congress is apologizing for his outburst.

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And Finally

Barefoot running record attempt, snow leopard news, cute not-yet-giant panda, and a guy who blows up balloons with his ear.

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Candy Takes A Trip To The Future

Mo Rocca follows the latest fads to discover what the future holds for America's sweet tooth.

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Candy Flavors Of The Future

Frank Bruni, author of "Born Round" joins Mo Rocca on a tour of future candy flavors.

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The Future Of Candy

Inhaling chocolate to snakeskin fruit, Mo Rocca looks at the next generation of the sweet tooth.

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GM to sell Opel to Magna

General Motors decides to sell its European arm Opel to Canadian auto parts group Magna, and the sale is approved by the Opel trust.

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Australia to probe Balibo murders

Indonesia warned Australia on Thursday that reopening an inquiry into the killing of five foreign journalists during Jakarta's 1975 invasion of East Timor risked casting a chill over relations across all three countries.

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Soldiers drill for China's 60th

China's military forces put their best foot forward for national day parade.

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Life for the world's shortest man

He Pingping, the world's shortest man, measuring 73 centimetres (29 inches) tall, runs a restaurant in his hometown.

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And my latest invention- a submarine

After hardship and many misses, a Chinese inventor hopes to hit it big with his home-made submarine.

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Afghan anger over rescue operation

Tributes have been paid to the Afghan journalist killed in a commando operation to rescue him and a British journalist from the Taliban.

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Village divided by Iron Curtain

Tourists flock to the tiny German village of Moedlareuth to see part of the Iron Curtain which still stands there, as an open air museum.

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Flu threatens French kissing

The French may have to stop giving each other the traditional 'La Bise' greeting after swine flu became an epidemic in the country on Wednesday (September 9).

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African MPs meet Lockerbie bomber

Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and freed on compassionate grounds despite U.S. objections, is met by African MPs.

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Obama urges action on healthcare

Speaking at a rare joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama called on lawmakers for quick action on a broad healthcare overhaul.

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