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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Show Me the Money

A mother and her 7-year-old daughter are taken hostage, strapped with dynamite and forced to rob a bank. Susan Spencer reports.

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Interrogation of Lisa Ramirez

Ramirez admits to police that she was the voice heard on a walkie talkie during the kidnapping of three people and mastermind of a subsequent bank robbery. She also make an intriguing claim.

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Evening News Online, 10.03.09

Saturday: The disaster of the Indonesian earthquake unfolds as officials report the quake destroyed 4 villages; Plus, A cloud has been cast over the hopes that an economic recovery is underway.

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Supplies and Demand

Back-to-School shopping is anything but fun for the children of families suffering economic hardships. As Sandra Hughes reports, CA parents and students lined up for hours for a chance at free school supplies.

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Driven to Distraction

As highway deaths blamed on cell phones increase, states still continue to send traffic alert text messages to drivers. As Terrell Brown reports, President Obama took action regarding this issue.

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Iran's Nuke Inspections

Officials will hammer out the IAEA's inspection of Iran's nuclear facility. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, many wonder if Iran can be trusted to keep its promises about its nuclear program.

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What Recovery?

A cloud has been cast over the hopes that an economic recovery is underway. As Kimberly Dozier reports, the unemployment rate has increased and so does the pressure on the White House.

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Earthquake Disaster

The disaster of the Indonesian earthquake unfolds as officials reported the quake destroyed 4 remote villages. As Celia Hatton reports, aid workers are only now reaching the most devastated regions.

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Tainted Meat

Investigative reporter Michael Moss follows the trail of E. coli-infected hamburger that left Stephanie Smith, a 20-year-old dance instructor, paralyzed and brain damaged.

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Rooftop Crops

City agencies are looking for spots to turn into 'Urban Farms', including rooftops. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, crops are taking root in this trend that benefits consumers and the environment.

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Hamburger Confidential

Can consumers prevent cross-contamination by simply following directions on a package of ground beef?

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Corner Office: Susan Lyne

Adam Bryant of The New York Times talks with Susan Lyne, CEO of Gilt Groupe, about the leadership lessons she has learned over the years.

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South American Gourmet Cuisine

This week's Chef on a Shoestring, Francis Mallmann, who owns restaurants in S. America will prepare Beet Salad with Goat Cheese, Chicken Breasts with Sugar, and Burnt Oranges with Sugar & Rosemary

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Exploring Tropical Creatures

Talk show Zoologist Jarod Miller shows Erica Hill and Jeff Glor animals from tropical locations including A Red-necked Wallaby, a Laughing Kookaburra, Great Tenrecs and a Monocled Cobra.

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Why Do Men Risk It For Sex?

In light of the David Letterman scandal, why do powerful men risk it all for sex? Relationship expert Matt Titus and from Boston, psychologist, Dr. Sari Locker speak with Jeff Glor.

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Second Cup Café: Vertical Horizon

Vertical Horizon joins us in our 2nd Cup Cafe this week. They perform their brand new single, "Save Me from Myself" from their new album, "Burning the Days".

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The 411 on H1N1 Vaccine

Erica Hill speaks with the man responsible for the prevention and treatment of all infectious diseases in the United States, Director of the NIAID, Dr. Anthony Fauci about the safety and efficiacy of the H1N1 vaccine.

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Sandy Weill on Economy

Erica Hill and Jeff Glor speak with U.S. banker and financier Sandy Weill about his involvement with the National Academy Foundation. Also, Jacqueline Burgos, a former intern with Weill's Foundation.

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Under the Radar, 10.03.09

On this week's "Under the Radar", Erica Hill and Jeff Glor show us the world's biggest puppet show; Also a smiling pepper and a cruising Kansas canine.

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Floods wreak havoc in India.

Heavy rains last southern India killing 130 people.

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Ireland voters approve EU Lisbon treaty

Irish voters overwhelmingly endorsed the European Union's Lisbon reform treaty putting the bloc's ambitions for greater global influence firmly back on track.

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Quake animals rescued

Animal welfare workers give food and water to surviving animals in Samoa after the island is devastated by a tsunami.

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Trapped Quake victims text rescuers

Rescue workers in quake hit Indonesia say survivors are still calling out for help from underneath the rubble.

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Shadow of the Sword

Navy Cross recipient chronicles his battles in Iraq and at home in Shadow of the Sword.

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Irish PM declares victory in EU treaty vote

Ireland backs the European Union's Lisbon treaty, keeping alive the EU's hopes of implementing reforms it believes will increase its global influence.

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Typhoon hits Philippines

Typhoon Parma tears through northern Philippines as it makes landfall.

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Twenty dead in Sicily storms.

Rainstorms and mudslides kill 20 people in the Messina area on the Italian island of Sicily.

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Mali women pool carpet-making skills

A group of women in Mali's town of Segou are pooling their carpet-weaving skills to bring out various unique rugs.

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Rescue teams arrive in Indonesia

International rescue teams arrive in Indonesia to help find any survivors under building rubble

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Kenyans struggle against drought

A dry spell in Kenya means millions of people could go hungry this year.

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Irish look to back Lisbon treaty

Irish voters appear to have backed the European Union's Lisbon reform treaty according to government and opposition officials

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Business Update: Jobless rise; stocks dip

A rise in the U.S. unemployment rate to 9.8 percent and deeper-than-expected job cuts in September prompted a small sell-off on Wall Street.

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