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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Evening News Online, 10.11.09

Sunday: New evidence that the H1N1 is especially dangerous for young people is making parents desperate for vaccine; Also, dozens of gun shows are welcoming buyers with no questions asked.

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Last Issues

After decades of helping out readers everywhere, some glossy magazines are disappearing from American life. As Michelle Miller reports, some magazine issues may be coming to your computers.

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Marching for Equality

Thousands of activists took to the streets of the nation's capitol demanding equality for all. As Kimberly Dozier reports, the main focus for most of the protestors was on Gay Rights.

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Comparing Health Systems

How does America's health care system stack up against other nations? Author T.R. Reid wrote a book comparing our health care system with others. Russ Mitchell speaks with Reid about the comparison.

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Gun Show Loophole

Across the country, dozens of gun shows are welcoming buyers with no questions asked. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, a new investigation is showing how easy it is for private dealers to skirt the law.

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Winter in October?

Three weeks into fall, and it already looks like winter in the nation's heartland. The Rocky Mountains are seeing record low temperatures and even snow. KCNC's Rick Sallinger reports.

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Desperate For H1N1 Vaccine

There is new evidence that the H1N1 flu is especially dangerous for young people. As Randall Pinkston reports, this leaves some parents desperate for the vaccine as others say absolutely not.

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60 Minutes, 10.11.09

Scott Pelley spends time with a U.S. Marine company; Also, Bob Simon reports on professional football player's brain damage; Plus, Steve Kroft on the newest craze for extreme adventurers.

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A Blow To The Brain

New studies show that athletes, especially professional football players, who suffered many blows to the head, became brain damaged. Bob Simon reports.

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The Birdmen

In the latest craze that has killed several extreme adventurers, men don wing suits, jump off mountain tops and glide at speeds of 140 miles per hour. Steve Kroft reports.

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Afghanistan: Golf Company

Scott Pelley spends time with a U.S. Marine company battling the enemy in Helmand Province, sent there as part of President Obama's troop buildup in Afghanistan.

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Andy Rooney on Sleeping

Are we literally sleeping our lives away? Andy Rooney seems to think so.

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What Parents Need to Know

The NFL referred "60 Minutes" to Dr. Andrew Tucker, a member of the committee studying brain injuries for the NFL and the team doctor for the Baltimore Ravens.

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How To Beat The Taliban

Lt. Colonel Christian Cabaniss believes the Taliban can be defeated on the battlefield but that won't be enough to win the hearts and minds of the Afghanistan people.

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There He Goes

J.T. Holmes shows Steve Kroft how he uses his wingsuit to fly. His journey begins a mile above the valley floor.

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That's Football

Former NFL player Kyle Turley believes that concussions he suffered in his playing days have contributed to his depression and worries about his future health.

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I Am Flying

J.T. Holmes says he can fly. His flights may only last a minute but they are a sight to behold.. Take a look and judge for yourself.

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At Turkish border, Armenian villagers eager for trade

Hopes are running high in the impoverished Armenian farming village of Margara as Armenia and Turkey prepare to opening their long-sealed common border. Duration: 02:00

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Gay activists call for 'equality,' 'freedom' in US march

Thousands of gay rights activists marched on Washington Sunday to call for homosexual rights, a day after President Barack Obama vowed to repeal a ban on gays serving openly in the US military. Duration: 01:19

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A "plein air" artist group from Toledo goes outside to different areas to paint and draw. Local artists including Betty Jean Jacobson and Joan Palombi discuss their work and how they started painting.

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Lori Hauser, executive director talks about the grand opening at Toledo's Imagination Station which had it's grand opening on October 10, 2009.

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The Future of Traffic

New car innovations like seatbelts, airbags, anti-lock brakes and attention alerts may seem like they have taken the danger out of driving, but they haven't. Mo Rocca examines the future of traffic.

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Directing Traffic With Dance

What if every intersection had a dancing cop? Traffic wouldn't seem like such a grind. Mo Rocca visits with Tony Lepore who shows him the ins and outs of directing traffic.

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Face The Nation, 10.11.09

Senators Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.) discuss the strategy in Afghanistan. The Washington Post's David Ignatius and the Brookings Institution's Michael O'Hanlon also weigh in. And; Bob Schieffer on Pres. Obama's Nobel Peace Prize.

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Not Your Typical TV Wife

She's definitely not Joan Cleaver, but Russ Mitchell finds the softer side of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" actress and comedienne Suzy Essman.

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Debating Strategy In Afghanistan

The Washington Post's David Ignatius and the Brookings Institution's Michael O'Hanlon join Bob Schieffer in a discussion on the strategy in Afghanistan.

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Republicans Will Support Troop Increase

On Face The Nation, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told Bob Schieffer that Republicans will support President Obama if he requests 40,000 additional troops in Afghanistan. Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I) also weighs in.

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Nobel Prize In A New Light

President Obama's surprise win for a Nobel Peace Prize has his critics fuming and, as Bob Schieffer notes, the Nobel Committee has only managed to change the way we look on the honor.

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Stars of African music crowned

Nameless (Kenya) and M.I. (Nigeria) were the big winners of the second MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAS) held on Saturday night in Nairobi. The two artists took home two trophies each. The pan-African music celebration was presented by Wyclef Jean, ex-member of the band Fugees. All artists paid homage to Michael Jackson. Duration: 01:34.

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After Nobel nod, Obama convenes Afghan war council

Nobel Peace Prize winner US President Barack Obama is poised to make a critical decision on US mission in the unpopular eight-year war in Afghanistan. On the ground, near-daily attacks on NATO troops and fraud-tainted election have made conditions perilous. Duration: 01:58.

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