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Sunday, October 18, 2009

New York on Less: Making Choices

NYU graduate student Ryan McLendon is applying for food stamps to avoid adding to the $95,000 he has already taken out in college loans.

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Sunday: There is still no winner in the disputed Afghan election and pressure is mounting on President Karzai; Plus, the price of Gold is soaring and investors are rushing to this precious commodity.

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Energy Drink Flaws

Energy drinks are a growing industry, but some question how much energy beverages actually generate. As Russ Mitchell reports, a young researcher finds that high energy drinks are running on empty.

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Sun for Rent

Installing solar panels to heat your home is beyond the means of many Americans. However, Bill Whitaker shows us how to get the benefits of solar power without paying for the panels up front.

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Golden Days

Stock prices have been rising steadily as the Dow continues to climb. As Randall Pinkston reports, the price of Gold is soaring and investors are rushing to this precious commodity.

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60 Minutes, 10.18.09

Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu; Lesley Stahl shows us the Kanzius Machine; Anderson Cooper speaks with Drew Barrymore about her remarkable career.

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The Kanzius Machine

John Kanzius fought his leukemia head on, inventing a machine that may someday offer effective treatment for cancers without the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy. Lesley Stahl reports.

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Drew Barrymore

First a child star, then an accomplished actress, producer and now director, Drew Barrymore talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about her remarkable career.

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Saving Luke

Stricken by the H1N1 virus, 15-year-old Luke Duvall battles for his life at the Arkansas Children's Hospital, with his parents Belinda and Chad Duvall by his side.

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The Streets of New York

Drew Barrymore and Anderson Cooper walk and talk their way through New York City, as she reflects on fame, her family and fans.

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Swine Flu: H1N1

Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu - which is increasingly targeting young, healthy people - and how the government plans to fight the flu pandemic.

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Her Famous Family

For Drew Barrymore, a career in acting was almost a foregone conclusion.

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Web Extra: Kanzius Machine

Diagnosed with leukemia, John Kanzius decided to test his experimental cancer fighting machine on himself.

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Uncharted Territory

Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control is seeing much more flu than usual at this time of year.

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The "Cure" Word

John Kanzius died before his idea for curing cancer could be fully tested. His physician, Dr Steven Curley, is trying to see if Kansius' dream can become a reality.

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H1N1 Threatens More Kids

Fears are heightening over the H1N1 flu virus and the damage it can inflict on the lungs. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, the 12th child has died in just one week.

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Pakistan Offensive

In Pakistan, 30 thousand troops are in the second day of a new offensive against militants on the Afghan border, a stronghold of the Taliban and Al Qaeda. Mark Phillips reports

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Warning to Karzai

There is still no winner in the disputed Afghan election and pressure is mounting on President Karzai. As Kimberly Dozier reports, this gives President Obama time to decide if U.S. needs more troops.

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Balloon Boy Hoax

Colorado officials are seeking criminal charges in the runaway balloon case, accusing the parents of putting on a "very good show". As Hattie Kauffman reports, officials plan to charge the parents.

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Nurse Rob Martin talks about the role of life flight. The video documents a neonatal team making a transport of an infant from Wood County Hospital to St. Charles Hospital.

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Sheriff: Balloon Saga Fake

CBS News RAW: Larimer County Sheriff Jim Alderden, announced that the Balloon Boy saga, in which a 6-year-old's disappearance was a publicity stunt in hopes to land a reality TV show in the future.

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Face The Nation, 10.18.09

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) on the impact of Afghanistan's presidential election on U.S. military strategy. Plus; White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on the administration's efforts on health care while Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) offers his take.

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The Lost Journey Of Amelia Earhart

72 years after famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart disappeared while flying over the Pacific, Kimberly Dozier retraces her fateful journey in search of what really happened.

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Sen. Kerry On Afghan Elections

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) who is with combat troops in Kabul spoke with John Dickerson on "Face The Nation" and discussed the impact of the nation's presidential election on U.S. military strategy.

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Stepping Up On Health Care, Afghanistan

John Dickerson spoke with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel about the administration's efforts on health care and Afghanistan. Plus; Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) weighs in.

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Hermit finds heaven in Lebanese caves

Kadisha valley -- also known as the "Holy Valley" -- has sheltered Maronite Christians for centuries in its series of caves. But today, only two hermits live there, solitary souls among the remnants of the past. Duration: 02:06.

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New skydiving suit gives extreme sports fan 'wings'

Extreme sports fans are being propelled to new heights in the French Alps with a new kind of skydiving -- using the ultra-light wingsuit. Duration: 01:22.

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Locals fear for Benin's coastal plans

It's no wonder the thin strip of land that separates the Atlantic Ocean from Cotonou lagoon in Benin is so sought-after. For years the Benin government has wanted to develop the area as a tourist destination, but that would not only mean relocating fishing villages but also building hotel complexes on a particularly sensitive landscape. Duration: 01:58.

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Vows: Aaron and Jackie

Jackie and Aaron met at the gym where she was a physical trainer. Their romance sparked after Jackie gave Aaron a killer ab workout.

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