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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Merkel wins German vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a second term in the federal election and seems on track to form a new centre-right coalition with her preferred partners, the Free Democrats.

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Movie maker Polanski arrested

Film director Roman Polanski is arrested in Switzerland on a 1978 U.S. arrest warrant for unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl.

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Fire hoses are 'upcycled'

Reclaimed industrial waste like fire hoses are turned into lifestyle accessories

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Arrests after Jerusalem clashes

Undercover Israeli soldiers have arrested a number of Palestinians after clashes at a sensitive religious site revered by Muslims and Jews.

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Second day of Korea family reunions

North and South Korean family members separated nearly 60 years ago spend a second day reuniting at a resort area of North Korea.

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Germans vote in general election

Germans are voting in a general election which appears likely to secure Chancellor Angela Merkel a second term in office.

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Roman Polanski arrested

Movie maker Roman Polanski is detained by police at the Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland.

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Whale freed from shark net

A humpback whale caught in a shark control net off an Australian beach is free after a frantic rescue effort.

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Clashes at Jerusalem holy site

Israeli police fire stun grenades to disperse Palestinians who threw stones at Jewish worshippers visiting a sensitive religious site.

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Iran tests new missiles in war games

Iran is testing two short-range missiles as its elite Revolutionary Guards begin several days of war games.

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Philippines typhoon aftermath

Dozens of people have been killed as a powerful typhoon batters parts of the Philippines.

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Evening News Online, 09.27.09

Sunday: Iran recently tested several missiles and plans to test medium and long range missiles as well; Plus, a determined paraplegic continues to climb Africa's highest mountain.

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Afghanistan Troubles Continue

While the Obama administration weighs sending more troops to Afghanistan. Mandy Clark reports on the challenges U.S. commanders face in trying to train the Afghans over their own security.

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Small Business and the Economic Crisis

Part IV in a series following several small businesses in the New York area to see how they are handing the current recession.

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Paraplegic Continues Climb

Paraplegic mountain climber, Chris Waddell is poised to make a record-breaking final push to the summit of Africa's highest mountain. Karen brown speaks with him from his mountain camp.

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H1N1 Vaccine Pregnancy Trial

As the H1N1 vaccine soon becomes available, one brave group of women has volunteered to make sure the vaccine is safe for mothers and their unborn babies. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Pressuring Paterson

NY Governor Paterson dug in his heels in the face of the White House pressure to quit the 2010 election. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, a photo op barely disguised the rift between Obama and Paterson.

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Iran's Missile Test

Iran recently tested several missiles and plans to test medium and long range missiles as well. As Kimberly Dozier reports, the U.S. is set to hold its first direct negotiation with Iran in 30 years.

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Roman Polanski Arrested

One of the most acclaimed movie directors, Roman Polanski has been arrested and faces extradition to the U.S. on child sex abuse charges. Ben Tracy has more on the fugitive from American justice.

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A Living For The Dead

Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis are dead and now, so is Michael Jackson. But as Steve Kroft reports, they are very much alive when it comes to earning money for their estates.

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The Liquidator

The man in charge of recovering assets from Bernard Madoff says there is about $18 billion still out there that he hopes to recover for victims of the scam. But it won't be easy. Morley Safer reports.

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A Million Hits A Day

CMG's Mark Roesler has a website for each client.

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Alberta Einstein?

Martin Cribbs on the importance of protecting a deceased client's reputation.

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James Dean

James Dean's cousin Marcus Winslow takes Steve Kroft on a tour of Dean's museum and his final resting place.

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Sorry, Al Capoone!

There are some clients that Mark Roesler, the Chairman of CMG, won't represent.

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Madoff's Missing Millions

Court appointed trustee Irving Picard and his chief counsel David Sheehan.

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The Scene Of The Crime

Morley Safer takes a look around Madoff's office, guided by court-appointed trustee Irving Picard.

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Rooney- I'm Glad It's Over

Some people would be thrilled at the prospect of a long, lazy summer break, but Andy Rooney is not one of them. He's happy his break is over.

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General McChrystal

As news from Afghanistan moves to the front pages of Americans' newspapers, Gen. Stanley McChrystal tells David Martin that the spread of the violence in Afghanistan was more than he expected.

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Bulletproof?

Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, walks the streets of Kabul without body armor. Find out why.

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Tough Guy

General Stanley McChrystal is one tough customer.

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Working Stiffs

Being deceased is no impediment to making money!

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McChrystal And The President

The lines of communication between Washington and Kabul.

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60 Minutes, 09.27.09

Gen. Stanley McChrystal tells David Martin about Afghanistan; Also, Morley Safer tells us about Bernard Madoff's recovering assets; Plus, Steve Kroft shows us dead celebrities making a good living.

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More than 18,000 attend the Race for the Cure event in downtown Toledo.

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Forever Young

New advances in medical science have many of us living longer, but how can we still look younger than our years? Mo Rocca spoke with Dr. Sam Rizk, one of Manhattan's top plastic surgeons.

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Future Of Growing Older

Mo Rocca takes a look at the future of human beings and the increasing longevity of human life.

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Face The Nation, 09.27.09

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns that Iran faces additional sanctions if they do not show full transparency; Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) said that the international community has 18 months to decisively act against Iran.

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Sen. Graham- 18 Months To Stop Iran

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told CBS' Harry Smith on Face The Nation, he believes the international community has 18 months to decisively act against Iran.

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Iran's Options- Transparency Or Sanctions

In an interview with CBS's Harry Smith, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that Iran be fully transparent of their nuclear system or face additional sanctions.

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Our Father...The Godfather

In Full: "48 Hours Mystery" exclusive - the Gotti family reveals what they knew about the Mafia and the life their notorious father wanted to keep secret. Troy Roberts reports.

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Brazil rejects Honduras ultimatum

Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said his nation would not comply with a demand from Honduras' de facto government to decide the status of ousted President Manuel Zelaya in 10 days.

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Bomb plot suspect arrives in New York

The Afghan-born man at the center of an anti-terrorism probe arrived in New York city to face charges of plotting to set off explosives in the United States.

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