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Saturday, September 19, 2009

Seven Days of Rage- The Craigslist Killer

More shocking than the crimes, is the person charged with committing them.

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Saturday: An expanded tax credit plan could be just the bump the housing market needs; Also, Californians continue to battle against seals for beach rights; Plus, Stock Market on a Rebound.

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Shady Terror Suspect

Najibulluh Zazi, a Colorado man in the center of a terrorism investigation, told the Denver Post he has no ties to Al-Qaeda. As Seth Doane reports, Zazi was a no-show for his fourth day of questioning.

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Beach Battle

Californians are no strangers to battles over beach rights. After 20 years, one of the hardest fought battles may end. As Ben Tracy reports, the confrontation has been anything but a day at the beach.

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Stock Market Rebound

One year after the fall of Lehman brothers triggered a financial hurricane, the stock market is on a rebound. Jill Schlesinger speaks with Jeff Glor about where the economy stands and where it might go.

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One Bank Beats the Odds

There is likely to be more restrictions on big banks to prevent another wave of bank failures. As Kelly Cobiella explains, one Florida bank is bucking the trend with a new model for success.

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Young & Uninsured

Almost half of young Americans between 19 and 34 have no health insurance. Obama has recently targeted young Americans in his health reform plan. As Kimberly Dozier reports, millions of them need it.

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Housing Boost?

After a small dip in housing, new home-stats have been rising, but as for existing homes, an expanded tax credit plan could be just the bump the housing market needs. Karen Brown reports.

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Worship Worries

During worship for religious gatherings, there is growing concern that crowded services could lead to H1N1. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, religious leaders are modifying some time-honored rituals.

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Values Voters Heart Huckabee

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, was the favorite for president in 2012 in a straw poll at an annual conference of social conservatives.

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Apartheid Haunts South Africa's Schools

Celia Dugger reports from the Kwamfundo School near Cape Town on South Africa's struggling public education system.

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The Godfather's Daughter

The Gotti family breaks their silence about life inside the mob. Season premiere: Saturday, Sept. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Country Meal On a Budget

Chef Robert Carter is this week's 'Chef on a Shoestring'. Carter will prepare a three course southern meal of southern eggs benedict, shrimp with pimento cheese grits and coconut cake.

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Digging For Oscar Gold

Thousands of miles from L.A., Hollywood heavies are taking Canada by storm at the Toronto International Film Festival. Missy Schwartz speaks with Chris Wragge about some popular films.

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A Speed Painters Masterpiece

Speed painter, Michael Israel reveals one of his 'performance' paintings on the plaza. He painted a 6x8 foot picture of Chris Wragge and Erica Hill.

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Uncle Kracker, "Smile"

Country-rocker Uncle Kracker is in the Second Cup Cafe this week. His new album hit shelves, with the first single "Smile" moving up quickly. He performs "Smile" in the Second Cup Caf�.

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Early Omelet Cook-Off

Chris Wragge and Erica face off in the ultimate Early Show Cook-Off. Celebrity chef Bobby Flay judges the cook-off based on style and taste and crowns one of them, omelet champ.

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Hard to Swallow

50-year old, John Manley has been suffering from coughing, fatigue and pneumonia had a 1-inch piece of plastic in his lung from a spoon. Chris Wragge speaks with Manley and his doctor, Moman Wahidi.

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Under the Radar, 09.19.09

On this week's 'Under the Radar', Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us an angry granny crossing the street; Also, a water-loving kitty and an acappella tribute to Michael Jackson.

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Amanda Knox Trial Resumes

The Amanda Knox trial returned to court in Perugia, Italy where some key evidence may help her case. Erica Hill spoke to Amanda's father Curt Knox about the latest developments.

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The Wildcard- Pie Fight

A 105-year-old still hits the bowling alley while New York City hosts the world's biggest pie fight in this week's edition of "The Wildcard."

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Rally marks Thai coup anniversary

Thousands of supporters of the former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra have staged a mass rally to mark the third anniversary of the 2006 coup.

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Tattoo Art Festival in Paris

More than 150 artists exhibit their designs at the Tattoo Art Festival in Paris.

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More milk protests in France, Germany

Protesting the price of daily products in Europe,. French and German farmers dump tens of thousands of gallons of milk.

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France's explosive politically-charged trial

France's most politically-charged trial of the decade begins on Monday. The so-called Clearstream affair has divided the political elite. Former prime minister Dominique de Villepin, two former executives of defence giant EADS and several others are in the dock over the revelation of a list of dirty bank accounts -- a list which turned out to be bogus. AFPTV looks at the complex -- and explosive -- affair. Duration: 01:55.

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Former steel town's revival -- the backdrop to G20

The former steel capital of America hosts the G20 summit next Thursday and Friday. After a sharp decline in the 1980s, the city has radically transformed itself by developing its biotech industry, and will serve as a backdrop for President Barack Obama's message about economic revival. Duration: 01:50.

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Urban bee-keepers hope to halt British decline

The humble honey bee is facing rapid decline in Britain, due to a combined assault from pesticides, deadly viruses and changing weather conditions. But leading the fight back are a growing number of amateur urban bee-keepers. Duration: 01:50.

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Town crier revives age-old tradition in France

Georges Perpes is a throwback to the past. The town crier has revived a tradition dating back to the Middle Ages, and given it a contemporary following in southern France. Duration: 01:33.

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Education at risk in Kenya's tribal divide

Two years ago, Kenya was torn apart by ethnic violence following the country's disputed presidential elections. Violence has abated, but the tribal divisions that were laid bare remain. Near Eldoret, in western Kenya, Kalenjin and Kikuyu children once went to school together -- but no longer. Duration: 02:19.

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US agents suspect al Qaeda plot

Federal agents conducting an investigation into a suspected terrorism cell in America have questioned a suspected al Qaeda sympathiser.

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Smallest girl dreams of Bollywood

Jyoti Amge from central India, thought to be the smallest girl in the world says she wants to go to Bollywood.

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Muslims prepare for Eid feast

Iraq gears up for the Muslim feast of Eid al-Fitr as security is tightened in Baghdad while Pakistanis displaced by fighting in the Swat valley return home to celebrate.

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UK's Dolly is world's oldest barmaid

The world's oldest and longest-serving barmaid - 95-year-old Dolly Saville - has been talking about her plans to continue working as long as she can.

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Deadly bombing at Iraq market

At least seven people have been killed by a car bomb in the Iraqi town of Mahmudiya, south of the capital Baghdad.

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DNA tests confirm militant's death

Indonesian police have confirmed through DNA tests that their most-wanted militant Noordin Mohammad Top is dead.

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Fashion industry unites in London

London mayor Boris Johnson opens London Fashion Week amid a crowd of fashionistas and celebrities.

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Secret supper party

In the U.S. they' are called supper clubs, in Cuba, paladares and in London they are underground restaurants.

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Graffiti man kills 2 on Mexico metro

Two people have died and five are injured after a man painting graffiti at a Mexico City subway station opened fire when police tried to stop him.

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