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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Barefoot Running

The Roving Runner strides along Central Park barefoot with Christopher McDougall, author of the bestselling book, "Born to Run."

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Afghan War Heating Up

U.S. forces are hunting down a terrorist network in Afghanistan, while 8 Americans die at a remote outpost. As Mandy Clark reports, the debate is heating up over U.S. policy.

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Paraplegic Conquers Kilimanjaro

After a grueling 7-day climb, paraplegic, Chris Waddell triumphed over Mt. Kilimanjaro on a custom made 4-wheel mountain bike. As Karen Brown reports, he climbed the tallest African peak to be heard.

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Evening News Online, 10.04.09

Sunday: U.S. forces are hunting down a terrorist network in Afghanistan, while 8 Americans die at a remote outpost; Plus, after earthquakes struck the island of Sumatra. International aid is arriving.

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Vaccination Fears

As millions of doses of the H1N1 flu vaccine arrive within the next week, thousands of health workers are fighting mandatory vaccination orders. Randall Pinkston and Dr. Jon Lapook report.

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Aiding Indonesia

Days after deadly earthquakes struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra. International aid is arriving. As Celia Hatton reports, rescue crews are straining to reach uncharted quake territory.

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Obama's Dilemma

As President Obama takes time deciding his next move with the war in Afghanistan, advisors say a decision will be made within weeks, but U.S. remains divided over Afghanistan. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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October Jitters

There are jitters about what October holds for Wall Street after a second straight weekly loss. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, October has always provided the markets with their wildest ups and downs.

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60 Minutes, 10.03.09

Ponzi schemer Marc Dreier speaks with Steve Kroft; Also, Lesley Stahl reports on the dangers of coal ash; Plus, Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration.

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The Great Migration

Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration, and looks at the threats to this natural spectacle comprised of over a million animals.

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Coal Ash: 130M Tons of Waste

If coal ash is safe to spread under a golf course or be used in carpets, why are the residents a Tenn. town being told to stay out of a river where the material was spilled? Lesley Stahl reports.

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Marc Dreier: The Swindler

To understand how Bernie Madoff could have done what he did, listen to so-called "mini-Madoff" Ponzi schemer Marc Dreier tell Steve Kroft in his first TV interview how he scammed $400 million.

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Hard Time

The prosecutors wanted life in prison, but Marc Dreier got a break: 20 years.

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The Toxic Downside

Aftermath of a disaster.

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Rooney On The Post Office

Andy Rooney has gotten wind of potential changes to the postal service and he's not a fan.

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Killer Crocs

Each year, the crocodiles feast, when more then a million wildebeests attempt to cross Africa's Mara River during the great migration.

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Does Cleaner Air Mean Dirtier Water?

Eco-toxicologist Bill Hopkins explains.

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The Danger Upstream

Colorado State University scientist Robin Reid has spent decades studying the migration and worries that man might permanently damage this ecosystem.

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The Cover of Darkness

Scott Pelley and scientist Robin Reid breakout the spotlights for a nighttime look at the wildebeests.

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10-04: Toledo Zoo pre-school

The Toledo Zoo curator of education, Mitch Magdich describes the pre-school at the zoo.

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10-04: Arena Open House

Toledo area residents tour the Lucas County Arena during the open house on October 3, 2009.

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Children of the "Rings"

The Lord of the Rings will be screened in NYC with music performed live by 300 musicians and singers. Composer Howard Shore and CBSNews.com's David Morgan listen in as the Brooklyn Youth Chorus practices their Elvish.

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Please Be Seated

Daniel Sieberg takes a look at the new generation of office chairs that are threatening to usurp the supremacy of the Aeron chair, which has held the title for 15 years.

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Stepping Out On Nothing

CBS News' Byron Pitts spent many agonizing years overcoming his illiteracy and in this report he travels from Pittsburgh to Baltimore to meet those who are also faced with this disability.

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Fast Draw: The Twilight Zone

50 year ago this week, "The Twilight Zone" premiered and after all this time it's still spooking die-hard fans of all ages. The Fast Draw's Mitch Butler and Josh Landis report on the history of science fiction.

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The Road Ahead

In a series of special reports on Afghanistan, 8 years later David Martin looks at the road we traveled since we began this war.

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Obama Doesn't Bring Home The Gold

Bob Schieffer takes a look at the week in which President Obama's tried to bring the Olympics to Chicago.

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Gen. Jones On Nuclear Proliferation

Bob Schieffer spoke with National Security Advisor General James Jones Iran and North Korea's nuclear ambitions.

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Insurgents Storm U.S. Outpost In Afghanistan

Some 300 militants stormed a remote American outpost in Nuristan. CBS News' Mandy Clark has the latest.

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Growing Old In London

Mo Rocca hit the streets of London to find out what residents think of the future of growing old.

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Vows: Kate and Paul

Kate Rybicki and Paul Diehl met 8 years ago in college at a house party. They have dated for the last eight years and Paul proposed to her last fall at the Boat House in Prospect Park.

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The Twitter Mastermind

Jack Dorsey was only 29-years-old when he invented Twitter, and now he's helped change the way we communicate. Russ Mitchell speaks with the young innovator about the growing phenomenon.

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10-03: Apartment Fire

Tyler Grayson talks about the fire at Hidden Cedars Condominiums Complex in Springfield Township.

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Eight U.S. soldiers killed in east Afghan battle.

Authorities say U.S. forces in Afghanistan suffer their worst losses in more than a year when fighters stormed remote outposts near the Pakistan border, cutting off contact with police.

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Floods kill 200 in southern India, hit thousands.

Officials say floods triggered by heavy rains have killed at least 200 people in the past five days in southern India, destroying crops and leaving tens of thousands of people homeless.

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Talk of the Town: Zombieland a monster hit

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including 'Zombieland' smashes the box office, Lady Gaga plans solo tour and Roman Polanski's settlement deal.

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Tango gets cultural UN approval.

The Tango has been declared part of the world's Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the United Nations.

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Argentine singer dies at 74

Argentine folk singer Mercedes Sosa, who fought South America's dictators with her voice, dies at age 74.

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Typhoon death toll mounts

Typhoon Parma tears through northern Philippines, killing at least 17 and displacing thousands

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Greece holds snap poll

Greeks vote in a snap election that the socialist opposition is expected to win.

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New violence in Baghdad

Bomb blasts in Baghdad kills and injures passers by in Baghdad

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Iran agrees date for nuclear check

Ahmadinejad agrees to International Atomic Energy Agency inspection of Qom uranium enrichment site after talks with agency head, Mohamed El Baradei.

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Zimbabwean musical shows in London

'Zambezi Express', a musical from Zimbabwe about a young Zimbabwean footballer, has recently premiered in London.

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Hopes fade for quake survivors

Rescue and relief operations continue in earthquake-hit Indonesia despite fading hopes for finding survivors alive - while survivors lives are wrecked by the devastation.

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Grassroots reconciliation in Rwanda

A group in Rwanda is trying to promote reconciliation and trust through builiding houses for victims of the genocide.

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Lights stay on in the French capital

Hundreds of thousands of Parisians and tourists enjoy the annual White Nights festival as many national monuments stay open through the night.

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