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Saturday, October 10, 2009

A Schoolgirl's Odyssey

Part Two of a documentary by Adam B. Ellick follows a Pakistani girl through a perilous six months as she loses her education, is forced into exile, and as she tries an uncertain return back home.

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Back to school for Marseille taxi drivers

Out with the street maps and in with the dictionaries -- Marseille's taxi drivers are learning English. The city has been chosen as the European Capital of Culture for 2013 and is already gearing up for the tourists. Duration: 01:43

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Million Dollar Babies

The Masteras and Stansels did fertility treatments to conceive one child, but perverse emotional and economic incentives drove them to accept the greater risks and costs of multiples.

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Did Obama Deserve Nobel Prize?

President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize has brought praise and controversy both at home and abroad. As Kimberly Dozier reports, is this award a great honor for the President, or an albatross?

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Southern-Delights on a Budget

On this week's Chef on a Shoestring, Jamie and Bobby Deen will prepare a 3-course meal consisting of Buttermilk Biscuit Pizzas, Quick Braised Chicken, and Blackberry Cream Pie.

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Five for Fighting, "Chances"

On this week's "Second Cup Café", Singer/songwriter, John Ondrasik from 'Five for Fighting' performs a special acoustic performance of their brand new single, "Chances".

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Breast Cancer Myths

Sometimes it's easy to believe common myths surrounding Breast Cancer. Erica Hill speaks with Frances Largeman-Roth from Health Magazine, who helps clear up these myths.

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Under the Radar, 10.10.09

On this week's "Under the Radar", Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us a new extreme sport; Also, a couple celebrates 80 years of marriage; Plus, the French Spiderman climbs again.

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VOWS: State of the Unions

Candace Walsh and Peter Gaugy, married in 2000, shared a unique journey through partnership, parenthood, and unexpected happy endings.

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