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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Health Care for Part-Timers

Most Americans have health insurance coverage from their employers, but only 60-percent of employers even provide health benefits. The numbers are worse for part timers. Michelle Miller reports.

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Guggenheim Turns 50

50 years ago, out-of-town art lovers visiting New York have headed straight for the new Guggenheim Museum. Seth Doane takes us on a tour of the spiral architectural icon.

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Screaming Success

The film, "Paranormal Activity" was made on an extremely low-budget and marketed mostly on the internet, but the payoff has been huge. Sandra Hughes has more on the screaming success.

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Blind Treatment in Sight

Over 10 million people suffer from some type of vision disorder. A new clinical trial published by the British Journal Lancet is shedding new light. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Plan of Action

As President Obama Declared the H1N1 virus a National Emergency, many question what will this declaration mean for doctors on the front lines of the flu fight? Randall Pinkston has the latest.

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Deadly Iraq Car-Bomb

Two car bomb explosions in Baghdad killed more than 130 people and injured dozens of innocent civilians. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the recent violence could have an impact on U.S. Iraq strategy.

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Evening News Online, 10.25.09

Sunday: Two car bomb explosions in Baghdad killed more than 130 people and injured dozens; Plus, "Paranormal Activity" was made on an extremely low-budget but the payoff has been huge.

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Tyler Perry

When Hollywood refused to produce his films his way, Tyler Perry started his own studio in Atlanta. Now his movies are drawing huge audiences. Byron Pitts profiles the new and unlikely movie mogul.

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Epilepsy- Fighting For A Cure

More Americans are suffering from epilepsy than Parkinson's, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis combined. Katie Couric reports on a disease that may not be getting the attention it deserves.

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The $60 Billion Fraud

Medicare and Medicaid fraudsters are beating U.S. taxpayers out of an estimated $90 billion a year using a billing scam that is surprisingly easy to execute. Steve Kroft investigates

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60 Minutes, 10.25.09

Steve Kroft investigates Medicare and Medicaid fraud; Also, Katie Couric reports on epilepsy; Plus, Byron Pitts reports on writer/producer/director, Tyler Perry.

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One of Her Closest Friends

Oprah Winfrey speaks with Byron Pitts about how Tyler Perry is a good friend of hers.

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$90 Billion Dollars a Year?

The crime of medicare fraud is bigger than the drug business in total volume.

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His Childhood Abuse

Tyler Perry on the event that changed his life.

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Merry Christmas!

What do you buy for the woman who has everything?

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You Are Looking at a Seizure!

Dr. Frances Jensen is a senior associate in medicine and director of epilepsy research at Children's Hospital Boston and a professor at Harvard Medical School.

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Easy Money

Tony claims he stole more than $20-million dollars from the Medicare system before he was arrested.

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Rooney On Health Care

Andy Rooney weighs in on the health care debate.

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Lebanon sets Guinness world food records

Lebanese chefs have broken their third Guinness world record for food this year. On Sunday, they made the biggest tabbouleh in the world, one day after making the biggest dish of hummus. ImagesDuration: 01:10

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From Canada to Turkey, Jackson fans shake to 'Thriller'

Michael Jackson fans around the world wore zombie costumes and struck scary poses in a bid to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the greatest number of people simultaneously dancing to his song "Thriller." Images from Montreal, Istanbul and Gourin, France. Duration: 03:38

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20 years after Berlin Wall fell, Nicosia remains divided

The Green Line cuts the Cypriot capital of Nicosia in two. UN troops oversee security on the border dividing the internationally recognised Greek Cypriot republic in the south from the Turkish-backed statelet to the north. Since a UN-backed reunification plan was scrapped in 2004, the island has remained in a state of limbo, with no plans to see the city unified again. Duration: 02:20

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Tunis votes with Ben Ali sure of fifth presidential term

Tunisians voted Sunday in a general election with President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali all but certain to win a fifth term in office after two decades in power. Ben Ali, 73, is being challenged by three other candidates in his bid for a fifth term, the last under the constitution of 2002 which allows successive mandates but sets the age limit in elections to 75. After ruling the north African country for 22 years, Ben Ali faces a difficult economic climate in spite of prudent financial management. Raw images and soundbites. Duration: 01:07

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Students Protest Rumored Koran Burning

Students from Kabul University clashed with police as they protested against U.S. soldiers who, they say, burnt the Koran. Mandy Clark reports.

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Welcome To Thin City

Dean Reynolds takes us on a trip to the nation's lowest rate of obesity, Colorado and find out why everyone's so healthy.

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Face The Nation, 10.25.09

Senators John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.) discuss the current situation in Afghanistan and health care reform. Plus; Bob Schieffer on First Ladies in the spotlight.

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Number Of Reasons

Rita Braver reports from the frontlines at Duke University who are offering new alternatives to help people in the deadly battle against obesity.

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Fast Draw- Trimming The Fat

One sign a nation's economy is on the rebound, take a look at it's population's waistlines. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler explain.

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Big Questions

Nancy Giles offers her take on the first step on the road to recovery from obesity, although admitting it doesn't mean you're doing anything about it.

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Twin suicide car bombings kill 99 in Baghdad

Twin suicide vehicle bombs blamed on Al-Qaeda shattered the justice ministry and a provincial office in Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 99 people, injuring more than 700 and sparking turmoil in the embattled Iraqi capital. Images. Duration: 01:04.

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McCain- "Delays" Hurting Afghanistan

Regarding Afghanistan, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) told Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" that "every day we delay will be a delay in this strategy in succeeding."

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Feingold "Optimistic" On Public Option

Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wisc.) told Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" that he is optimistic the final health care reform bill will include a public option.

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10-25- Yvonne Soldan

Yvonne Soldan, a volunteer at Good Shepherd Parish in East Toledo describes her journey surviving hard times.

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The Spotlight On First Ladies

When Eleanor Roosevelt became First Lady in 1932, she became just as much of a public figure as FDR. Now, Michelle Obama is using her spotlight to bring awareness to causes important to her, but also having a little fun at the same time.

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Food For Thought

It's hard to stay thin when all around us are fried, sugary, salty treats advertised wherever we turn. Serena Altschul takes a look at the addictiveness of food.

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The Future Of Fashion

From spray-on shirts to wearable computers, Mo Rocca takes a look at the future of fashion with Project Runway guru Tim Gunn.

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Beautiful Is Beautiful

Science is progressing the way society perceives fashion but, as Mo Rocca reports, beauty will always be timeless.

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Economy top priority for Tunisian president

Tunisia has so far managed to stave off the worst of the global economic crisis, thanks largely to a diverse economy. But unemployment soaring, other challenges lie ahead for the next government. Duration: 01:49.

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Fashion's Next Wave?

Mo Rocca hits the streets of London to see if spray-on clothing is the next hot trend in fashion.

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Vows- Jessica & Shane

Jessica Manners and Shane Wilson met in 2002 at Governor's School in New Jersey, a month long summer college prep program for high school students. A few months later, their strong friendship changed.

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Flemish school on show in Paris

The Flemish masters, painters who shook the art world with their vivid representation of everyday people and life, are under the spotlight at a Paris exhibition. Duration: 01:43

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H1N1 Swine Flue Self-Assessment

Do you have H1N1 Swine Flu?
Find out here: H1N1 Self-Assessment.
During flu season this year, emergency rooms and doctors' offices might become crowded with patients seeking help for flu symptoms. This assessment is based on material licensed from Emory University. It is meant to tell you what some experts think about whether you should visit a doctor for H1N1 flu.

You will get guidance based on your answers to the questions. This can help you make a more informed decision, but you are responsible for your own health decisions. This assessment is not medical advice. Microsoft can’t say whether the guidance from this assessment will be right for you.

Use the Flu Self-Assessment, based on material from Emory University, to:
  • Learn whether you have the symptoms of H1N1 flu (swine flu)
  • Help you decide what to do next
Watch Mario Armstrong on CNN Saturday Morning


The H1N1 Swine Flu Response Center Self-Assessment is provided by Microsoft & licensed from Emory University.

Cockpit Questions

As the mystery of Northwest Flight 118 unfolds, more questions rise about the wrong-way airliner. As Randall Pinkston reports, many question what the crew was doing in the cockpit.

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H1N1 National Emergency

The government stepped up the fight against H1N1, declaring the virus a national emergency. As Kimberly Dozier reports, children are front and center at the flu vaccination centers.

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Haunted

In Full: A daughter thinks she knows who killed her father. Seven years later, can she prove it? Harold Dow reports.

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Last Call

For years, Hailey Sisco has been talking about her father's murder with her mother, Dana Chandler, and secretly recording their conversations. Listen to an excerpt of their last call.

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Evening News Online, 10.24.09

Saturday: The government stepped up the fight against H1N1, declaring the virus a national emergency; Plus, There's a high tech renaissance in a city laid low by the recession.

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The Curious Case Of Col. Shue

In Full: An Air Force colonel is killed in a car accident, but his death gives rise to questions and controversy about the bizarre circumstances surrounding the crash. Troy Roberts reports.

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Preview- Death Wish

A mother has visions of dying before she drowns... suicide or murder? Susan Spencer reports Saturday, Oct. 31 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Motown to Tech Town

Michigan officials confirmed that Detroit will host the 6th annual Stem Cell Summit next year. As Jim Axelrod reports, this is part of Detroit's effort to market itself as a high-tech center.

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