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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Gang Rape Investigation

Classes are back in session at Richmond High School after a horrific gang rape of a 15-year-old student. As Sandra Hughes reports, police continue to search for evidence surrounding the case.

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'Missing' Pilots Case Unfolds

Two pilots from the infamous Northwest Flight 199 separately told investigators that they did not fall asleep, but they admit to using their personal laptops while in the cockpit. Bob Orr reports.

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William Kamkwamba- the Don Quijote of Africa

They call William Kamkwamba "the boy who harnessed the wind." At 14, after dropping out of school, the African boy in a rural Malawi village taught himself how electricity works, and built a windmill from scraps and pieces of a bicycle. AFPTV talks to him in Washington as he tours around the US to promote his recently published biography. Duration: 01:38

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Ford Accelerates

Ford is gaining ground on its Japanese competitors, as its vehicles have received positive consumer reports. But, as Dean Reynolds reports, Ford still has to overcome much public skepticism.

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U.S. Official Resigns over War

Matthew Hoh, a former Marine who has worked at the State Department, has emerged as the first U.S. official to resign from his post in opposition to the war in Afghanistan. David Martin reports.

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Deadly Ambushes on U.S. Forces

American soldiers in Afghanistan continue to face a series of increased insurgent attacks. As CBS News' Mandy Clark reports, this has been a very deadly week for U.S. military forces in the region.

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This is It Debuts

When Michael Jackson died, he was days away from launching comeback concerts. Now, video footage of preparations for those performances has become "Michael Jackson's This Is It." Ben Tracy reports.

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'Missing' Pilots Lose Licenses

The FAA has revoked the licenses of two Northwest Airlines pilots who mysteriously flew a commercial jet 150 miles past their target destination. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Who Calls the Shots?

The CDC said the H1N1 vaccine stockpile is growing and doses will soon be easier to get. National Correspondent Jeff Glor looks at distribution gridlock in the face of high demand.

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Most U.S. Stocks Decline on Bond Auction, Consumer Data- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. Most U.S. stocks fell for a third day as stronger-than-forecast demand in a Treasury auction and an unexpected drop in consumer confidence spurred concern investors are questioning the strength of the economic recovery. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Shiller Says It's More Than Stimulus Driving Home Prices- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Shiller, an economics professor at Yale University and co-creator of the S&P/Shiller home-price index, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar about the U.S. housing market. The S&P/Case-Shiller home-price index climbed 1 percent from the prior month, seasonally adjusted, after a 1.2 percent increase in July, the group said today in New York. From a year earlier, the gauge fell 11.3 percent, less than forecast. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Trennert Sees `Broad Ranges' of Trading in U.S. Stocks- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Jason Trennert, chief investment strategist at Strategas Research Partners, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about the impact of government efforts to revive the economy on U.S. stocks. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Scientologists convicted of fraud in France

French judges fined the Church of Scientology almost a million dollars on Tuesday for defrauding vulnerable followers but stopped short of banning the group from operating in France. Scientology's Celebrity Centre and its bookshop in Paris, the two branches of its French operations, were ordered to pay 600,000 euros (900,000 dollars) in fines for preying financially on its followers in the 1990s. Alain Rosenberg, the movement's director, was handed a two-year suspended jail sentence and fined 30,000 euros on the same charge. Duration: 01:43

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Bernstein Sees `Tens of Thousands' of Smart-Grid Jobs- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about the outlook for job creation from the implementation of "smart-grid" technology. President Barack Obama today announced $3.4 billion in government grants to improve the efficiency of the nation’s electrical transmission network. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Sapphire- From 'Push' to 'Precious'

Sapphire speaks about how her novel "Push" became the inspiration for the new movie "Precious," and her skepticism when she was first approached by the director, Lee Daniels.

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Sapphire- Casting Gabourey Sidibe

Sapphire speaks about casting Gabourey Sidibe as the lead actress in the new movie "Precious," which was based on her novel "Push," and what she was looking for during the interview process.

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@katiecouric- Sapphire

Author Sapphire talks about the new movie "Precious" inspired by her novel "Push," the process of casting the lead actress Gabourey Sidibe, and the inspirational message of the story.

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Global Proportions

There is an opening at the Luvre in Paris that's become the talk of the food world. As obesity is on the rise, health professionals say fast food is just one of the reasons. David Turecamo reports.

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Ford's Fields Says UAW Relations `Open and Transparent'- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Fields, executive vice president at Ford Motor Co., talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton, Greg Miles and Julie Hyman about its relations with the United Auto Workers and its ranking in Consumer Reports magazine. Ford Motor Co., the only major U.S. automaker to avoid bankruptcy, ranks higher than its domestic competitors in reliability, with average or above ratings on 90 percent of its models, Consumer Reports said. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Sapphire- Learning from Precious

Author Sapphire speaks to Katie Couric about what she hopes people will learn from the main character of the movie "Precious," and why she thinks the film will have universal appeal.

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The Capital Of Deep Fried Foods

Bill Geist travels to the State Fair of Texas and samples delectable, and artery clogging, treats from deep fried cookie dough to deep fried butter.

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Unplugged- Cosby Honored At Kennedy Center

From Jerry Seinfeld to Chris Rock, Hollywood's biggest names came to Washington to honor Bill Cosby, who received the Mark Twain Prize for Humor at the Kennedy Center.

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Bronfman Discusses U.S. Economy, `The Art of Giving'- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Bronfman, chairman of Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about his book, "The Art of Giving: Where the Soul Meets a Business Plan." He also discusses the U.S. economy. Bronfman was formerly co-chairman of Seagram Co. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Chu Says U.S. Grid Overhaul to Cost Hundreds of Billions- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about President Barack Obama’s push to overhaul the Country’s electrical transmission network and so-called "smart grid" technology. Chu also discusses the outlook for climate-change legislation in Congress. President Obama today announced $3.4 billion in government grants to improve efficiency of the U.S. electrical grid. (Source: Bloomberg)

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France jails 'Angolagate' power players

A French court slapped prison terms and stiff fines on Tuesday on the main players in a network that smuggled arms to Angola and included an ex-minister and the son of late president Francois Mitterrand. Duration: 00:41

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U.S. Copters Crash; 14 Dead

U.S. officials in Afghanistan are now investigating two helicopter crashes in the region which have left 14 Americans dead, including 11 service members. CBS News' Mandy Clark reports from Kabul.

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Notebook- Being There

During childbirth, you'll usually find the man alongside the birthing mother. However, some say that the presence of a male partner adds more stress for the mother. Katie Couric comments.

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Analysts Offer Differing Outlook for U.S. Home Prices- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose in August for a third consecutive month, bolstering the case that an economic recovery is at hand. Bloomberg's Gigi Stone reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Blogging to End Poverty

Eugene Cho, a Seattle-based blogger and pastor who has set out to end extreme world poverty, speaks with Shira Lazar "On The Scene" about his web site, onedayswages.org.

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Farmville 'On The Scene'

Shira Lazar discusses the highly popular social networking game Farmville with developer Mark Skaggs, vice president and general manager of the Social RTS Studio at Zynga, the company that makes the game.

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Carl Icahn Discusses CIT Group's Debt Exchange- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn talks with Bloomberg's Greg Miles about CIT Group Inc.'s debt exchange. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Icahn Says He's `Very Nervous' About CIT Debt Exchange- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn talks with Bloomberg's Greg Miles and Julie Hyman about CIT Group Inc.'s debt exchange. ¶ Icahn, who is seeking to block CIT Group’s restructuring plan, said he owns $2 billion of the commercial lender’s debt. Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hockenberry, Bronstein Discuss Media Industry Outlook- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- John Hockenberry, co-host of WNYC Radio and Public Radio International's "The Takeaway," and Phil Bronstein, executive vice president and editor-at-large of Hearst Corp.'s San Francisco Chronicle, talk with Bloomberg's Peter Cook about the future of journalism and the role of the news media. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Facebook haunting

You can now use your existing phone number with Google Voice, the Internet is about to learn non-Latin languages, and your Facebook profile can live on long after you're gone.

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Unplugged- Gregg Thinks Health Care Will Pass

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senators Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) about the upcoming health care reform vote on the Senate floor. Plus; The stars come out for Bill Cosby, who received the Mark Twain Prize for Humor at the Kennedy Center.

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Unplugged- Health Care Heads To Senate Floor

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senators Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) about the upcoming health care reform vote on the Senate floor. Plus; The stars come out for Bill Cosby, who received the Mark Twain Prize for Humor at the Kennedy Center.

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Code Blue

David and Susan Axelrod on dealing with their daughter's epilepsy.

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Harris Sees `Sustained' Home Price Rebound in 3-5 Years- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Ethan Harris, head of North America economics at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Lori Rothman about the U.S. housing market. Harris also discusses the economy and the outlook for the government's $8,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit. Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose in August for a third consecutive month. The S&P/Case-Shiller home-price index climbed 1 percent from the prior month, seasonally adjusted, after a 1.2 percent increase in July, the group said today in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Early Backstage- Stand-Up Russ

Adam "The Audience Guy" followed news anchor Russ Mitchell during his one-night-only stint as a stand-up comedian.

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Kronfol Sees More Issuance of Islamic Debt- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Mohieddine Kronfol, managing director at Dubai-based Algebra Capital Ltd. talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about Islamic bonds. Kronfol sees "a lot more issuance" of Islamic debt in the next few months. (Source: Bloomberg)

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WEF's Zahidi Says Wage Gap Remains Wide Between Genders- Video

Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Saadia Zahidi, director of Women Leaders and Gender at the World Economic Forum, talks with Bloomberg’s Margaret Brennan about the findings of the WEF's 2009 Global Gender Gap Report. Zahidi also discusses the wage gap between men and women, the impact of the recession on gender roles and how the Nordic countries have remained world leaders in the survey. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Secretary Tapes Student's Mouth Shut

The mother, a spokesperson for Palmer Elementary, and a fellow parent show their outrage over the taping of Joshua Fredericks' mouth by the school's secretary. From KCNC CBS in Denver, CO.

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Patrick Stewart Says Theater Needed Amid Difficult Times- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Patrick Stewart, the actor famous for his roles in the "X-Men" and "Star Trek" films, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua about theater ticket sales growth amid the global recession. Stewart also discusses corporate sponsorship for theater production. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wienbar Sees Venture Capital Opportunites in Web Media- Video

Oct 27 (Bloomberg) -- Sharon Wienbar, managing director at Scale Venture Partners, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua about the state of venture capital funding and strategy for investing in Internet and enterprise software companies. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wienbar Sees Venture Capital Opportunites in Web Media- Video

Oct 27 (Bloomberg) -- Sharon Wienbar, managing director at Scale Venture Partners, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua about the state of venture capital funding and strategy for investing in Internet and enterprise software companies. (Source: Bloomberg)

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UBS's McCann Aims to Restore Trust in Wealth Management- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Robert McCann, UBS AG’s new head of wealth management in the Americas, talks with Bloomberg’s Margaret Brennan about his goal to create the "best wealth management in the Americas" and restore the profession's reputation. McCann also discusses the outlook for the financial-services industry and factors influencing his decision to take the new role at UBS. McCann replaces Marten Hoekstra, who is leaving UBS. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Russ Mitchell- One Night Only

Russ Mitchell got his "Name In Lights" after getting some stand up comedy tips from Joan Rivers. He performed his new routine at the famed Caroline's Comedy Club in New York City.

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Schapiro Says SEC is `Significantly Underesourced'- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Mary Schapiro, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, talks to Bloomberg’s Lindsey Arent about the impact of the SEC's staffing levels on its enforcement efforts. Schapiro also discusses the implications of the agency's review of trading practices as it considers rule changes in strategies faulted by lawmakers. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Baseball on the Big Screen

The Early Show anchors reminisce about their favorite baseball-related films.

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Daschle Discusses Reid's Push for Health-Plan Support- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Tom Daschle, former Senate majority leader and a Bloomberg contributor, talks with Bloomberg's Lizzie O’Leary about whether U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's move to include the so-called public option in health-care legislation represents real policy or is designed to appease. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Avoiding Travel Mishaps

Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen shares tips with Harry Smith for travelers to make their trips problem-free.

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Cockpit Events Beyond Laptops

Former NTSB investigator Greg Feith elaborates on the situation around two Northwest pilots who were not in contact with controllers, missing their landing.

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UBS's McCann Says He Won't Pay `High Bid' to Get Talent- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Robert McCann, UBS AG’s new head of wealth management in the Americas, talks with Bloomberg’s Margaret Brennan about employee compensation.¶ McCann says he won’t pay the most on Wall Street to attract employees to UBS. He also discusses the outlook for restoring the firm's reputation. McCann replaces Marten Hoekstra, 48, who is leaving UBS. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Recipes for Lactose Intolerant Eaters

Doc Willoughby from Gourmet magazine explains to Harry Smith how lactose intolerant eaters can avoid or lower their intake of dairy or processed food.

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Moody's Zandi Calls Rise in U.S. Home Prices `Temporary'- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Economy.com, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua, Michael McKee and Jon Erlichman about the significance of today's rise in the S&P/Case-Shiller home-price index. Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose in August for a third consecutive month. The S&P/Case-Shiller home-price index climbed 1 percent from the prior month, seasonally adjusted, after a 1.2 percent increase in July.(Source: Bloomberg)

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Pilots May Lose Jobs, Licenses

The crew now claims they were on their laptops while controllers attempted to contact them. Bob Orr reports they may lose their jobs and their licenses.

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Jackson show- a sneak peek into life of a legend

Charting the King of Pop's rise from Motown child star to global icon, 'Michael Jackson - The Official Exhibition', being held at London's O2 music venue, promises to give fans a unique glimpse into the life of a legend. Of the 200 items on show are the singer's personal Rolls Royce, an original Jackson 5 contract and, of course, one of his signature sequined gloves. Duration: 01:32

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Wiltshire's New York Panorama

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with talented Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire about the progress of his panorama drawing of New York City from memory.

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Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire about the progress of his panorama drawing of New York City.

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with talented Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire about the progress of his panorama drawing of New York City from memory.

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Amato Sees Increasing Investor Willingness to Buy Stocks- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Joseph Amato, president of Neuberger Berman Group LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Deirdre Bolton about investor sentiment on the equity market. Amato also discusses Neuberger's asset allocation strategy and business outlook. Neuberger Berman bought itself out of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. after the investment bank filed for bankruptcy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Denmark's first mosque stirs controversy

While in many multi-ethnic European countries, mosques are nothing new. In Denmark, plans to build the country's first mosque has stirred up a lot of controversy. Local elections are taking place on November 17th and a focal point in the vote is the mosque. Duration: 02:03

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In the Mind of an Autistic Artist

The daily life of Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire has a rigid order which translates to his detail-oriented drawings. Mark Phillips reports.

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Mozambique revives historic railway line

Twenty-seven years after the end of the civil war, Mozambique still hasn't rebuilt itself. In the centre of the country, part of the main rail line from Beira to Sena has reopened after being closed for a quarter of a century. It's a vital step to get the country's economy -- and its passengers -- back on track. Duration: 01:58

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H1N1 and Pregnancy

Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on the high risks of the H1N1 virus for pregnant women and how every precaution should be observed and discussed with a doctor.

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Microsoft Pulls Out of Sponsoring `Family Guy' Special- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker reports on Microsoft Corp.'s decision to back out of an agreement to be the sole sponsor a comedy special on Fox called "Family Guy Presents: Seth & Alex's Almost Live Comedy Show." Microsoft canceled the deal due to the racy plot of the comedy show, according to Variety. (Source: Bloomberg)

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4-year-old's Heroic Call

A 4-year-old W. Va. girl may have saved her mother's life after calling 911 during her mother's severe asthma attack. Harry Smith spoke with the young hero, her mother and the 911 operator.

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Sifma's Ryan Favors Resolution Agency for Failing Firms- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Timothy Ryan, chief executive officer of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about the need for a new resolution agency to wind down failing financial firms. Ryan also speaks about the outlook for Sifma's guidelines on compensation. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Protecting Kids on Reality TV

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Kate Gosselin's brother and sister-in-law and Child Welfare advocate Gloria Allred about reality TV safeguards for children.

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Blanch Says Price of Oil May Rise 25% on Market Recovery- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Francisco Blanch, head of global commodities research at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about the outlook for an increase in oil demand and prices. Blanch also discusses production capacity of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, the correlation of the global economic recovery to the oil market and investor sentiment. (Source: Bloomberg)

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FT's Lex Columnist Rathbone on BP's Cost-Cutting Plan- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- John Paul Rathbone of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about BP Plc's cost reduction plan and third-quarter profit. BP, Europe's second-largest oil company, said earnings excluding one-time items and inventory changes fell 47 percent to $4.67 billion from a year earlier. That exceeded the $3.25 billion median estimate of 11 analysts compiled by Bloomberg. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Mixed Forecast for Home Prices; Biden to Visit GM Plant in DE

Oct. 27 -- Bloomberg's Michelle Steele summarizes the day's top stories in the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Fighting for a Public Option

Democratic Sen. Harry Reid reinforced the need for a public option in a Healthcare reform bill in the newest draft of the bill. Nancy Cordes reports.

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The Fight for a Public Option

Democratic Sen. Harry Reid reinforced the need for a public option in a Healthcare reform bill in the newest draft of the bill. Nancy Cordes reports.

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What's Your Dosha?

Dr. Pratima Raichur shares ancient knowledge about developing exterior beauty and wellness by following the path of your unique "dosha." Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Scientology Convicted of Fraud

A French court convicted the Church of Scientology for fraud after the Church refused to give ex-members their money back. Mark Phillips reports.

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EU Members Face Deadlines to Begin Budget Restraint- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- At least 20 European Union governments will breach the 27-nation bloc’s deficit ceiling this year and in 2010, the European Commission estimates. The EU’s average budget gap is forecast to be twice the 3 percent limit in both years. Bloomberg's Chris Burns reports that deadlines may be set for some members to begin budget restraint. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Venture Capitalists Seek Investments Amid Recession- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Cris Valerio reports on the outlook for venture capital investments. The amount of venture capital provided to startup businesses dropped 33 percent in the third quarter as investors avoided young companies amid the recession. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Laidi Sees U.S. Dollar Gains Versus Pound, Canada Dollar- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Ashraf Laidi, chief market strategist at CMC Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the U.S. dollar. Laidi also discusses the outlook for the U.S. gross domestic product and global stock markets. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Altria to Raise Cigarette Prices; Forbes May Cut Jobs- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan reports on the latest breaking business news and top stories in today's Business Briefs. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Morgan Stanley's Roach Says China May Continue Stimulus- Video

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Roach, chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, says investors are wrong to bet that China will restrain its unprecedented stimulus after the economy accelerated in the third quarter. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Weekly Economic Insights- Confidence, Jobs, Spending Down

Gallup's Economic Confidence, Job Creation, and Consumer Spending measures all trended downward last week.

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Lack of training, drug use hit Afghan police

US military officials say that lack of training and equipment are hampering efforts to transfer responsibility for Afghanistan's domestic security to local forces. Widespread drug use, tribal divisions, corruption and a high drop-out rate are also slowing attempts to create a credible force able to protect the public from Taliban insurgents and tackle general crime. Duration: 01:53

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Gaza struggles to find its water

Amnesty International has accused Israel of denying Palestinians adequate access to water while allowing Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank almost unlimited supplies. Israel's brief military offensive on the Gaza Strip at the start of the year damaged water reservoirs, wells, sewage networks and pumping stations. Duration: 02:09

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Evening News Online, 10.26.09

Monday: Two Northwest Airlines pilots told investigators that they did not fall asleep; Plus, American officials in Afghanistan are now investigating a series of U.S. helicopter crashes in the region.

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Rwanda doctor suspended in France over Interpol warrant speaks out

A French hospital has suspended a Rwandan doctor after discovering Eugene Rwamucyo was on an Interpol wanted list in connection with Rwanda's 1994 genocide. Rwamucyo speaks to AFPTV about the suspension and Interpol's request to interview him. Duration: 01:23

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Love is Blind

People adopt disabled and neglected kids, but there was one blind child from India that nobody wanted. On this week's Assignment America Steve Hartman shows us a child who was a perfect fit for his new family.

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Calif. Water Crisis

As the California drought continues, everyone is cutting back to conserve water, and a drought buster is making sure of it. As Sandra Hughes reports, residents are struggling to make ends meet.

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U.S. Stocks, Commodities Slide as Dollar Rebounds- Video

Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. Stocks slid, erasing an early rally, on concern lawmakers will phase out a tax credit for homebuyers and Bank of America Corp. will have to sell shares to pay back its government bailout. The dollar rebounded from a 14-month low against the euro and oil wiped out an early advance. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wired's Thompson Sees `Slow Build' for Android Phones- Video

Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Nicholas Thompson, senior editor of Wired magazine, talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massor about prospects for devices using Google Inc.'s Android operating system.¶ Thompson also discusses Verizon Wireless's "Droid" phones and Apple Inc.'s iPhone. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Obama Debates War Strategy

Contemplating the future levels of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, President Obama and his advisers have focused on their options in this region. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Life and Death Decision

Still in high demand, the H1N1 flu vaccine is almost a necessity for pregnant women. Dr. Jennifer Ashton shows us a man's tragic choice between his wife and unborn child.

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Public Option Prevails

In the battle over health care reform, it's looking more likely that Americans will be able to purchase the public option. As Nancy Cordes reports, all the bills in the House have the option.

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Wired's Thompson Sees `Slow Build' for Android Phones- Video

Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Nicholas Thompson, senior editor of Wired magazine, talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massor about prospects for devices using Google Inc.'s Android operating system. Thompson also discusses Verizon Wireless's "Droid" phones and Apple Inc.'s iPhone. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Steinberg Says NBC Ad Rates `Down Signifcantly' for Leno- Video

Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Brian Steinberg, TV editor at Advertising Age magazine, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about advertising rates for NBC's "Jay Leno Show." Steinberg also discusses the show's ratings since it moved to the 10 p.m. time slot 6 weeks ago. Bloomberg's Su Keenan also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Morocco punishes journalists for monarchy 'falsehoods'

A Moroccan court on Monday sentenced the editor of the daily Al Jarida Al Oula, Ali Anouzla, to one year's suspended jail term for having published "falsehoods" about the health of King Mohammed VI. The trial has reignited the debate about freedom of the press in Morocco. Duration 2:08

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Twenty Years of the Simpsons

Homer, Bart, and the whole gang may not be showing any signs of aging but they have in fact hit twenty-years-old. The Simpsons has become the longest running sitcom in television history and the cast is still making headlines, with Marge's debut on the cover of playboy!

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Learning to Roller Skate

Our It Moms, Ereka and Alli, hit the pavement (literally) to perfect their roller skating ability! Join us as we learn to skate from a true professional.

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Sushi 101

Do you know what one of the most popular places to take a date is? Well you're about to find out, audra sat down with the author of the man plan, Whitney Casey, and the two talked dating 'dos' and 'do nots' when eating sushi.

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Ragtime

The Tony Award winning play Ragtime is returning to Broadway. The epic musical is now in previews at the Neil Simon theater and Better got a behind the scenes sneak peek of the acclaimed new production.

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Taboo Health Problems

Many people would rather suffer in silence than discuss those embarrassing health related topics with even their closest friends. Here to let out some of the most common taboo health topics women are reluctant to share is Gynecologist, Dr. Lauri Romanzi.

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Mini Pumpkin Candle Holders

Fall dinner parties are swinging into motion and a little autumn decoration is a must. Evette shows us how we can pretty up our dinner table with some mini pumpkins.

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Hot Topic - Diane Debrovner

Rhiannon and Diane discuss H1N1, its impact on youth, and the way they feel about the new vaccinations that are coming out.

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School Nutrition

School cafeterias across the country are getting food makeovers when it comes to offering healthier lunchtime choices for kids. Check out how the program "healthier generation" is helping establish good eating habits.

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Best and Worst pizza in America

American's easily devour 350 slices per second in a given day. But somewhere between the brick ovens of Italy and the delivery cars of America, some pieces of the pie went missing. Here today to discuss the best and worst pizzas in America is Anna Maltby.

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10-04- Walleye Training

Walleye coach Nick Vitucci and player Brock Wilson discuss the new Lucas County Arena.

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09-24- Guiding Light 20 years

A brief history of the soap opera 'Guiding Light,' which was taken off the air Sept. 18 after more than seven decades on radio and television.

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09-02- Elephant facility underway

A new elephant facility is shown at the Toledo Zoo.

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08-15- City Bike Co-op

The Toledo City Bicycle Co-op teaches how to fix bikes and get them back on the road.

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08-05- Zaccheus Denwiddie

A young local singer named Zaccheus Denwiddie performs "Who's Loving You."

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07-31- Arena Ice

The ice surface is shown being installed at the new Lucas County Arena.

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07-27- Spike the mascot

The Toledo Walleye mascot was introduced today during the Mud Hens game.

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07-27- UT ticket sales

People are shown buying tickets for the UT-OSU football game in September.

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07-07- Croquet at Hayes Center

Croquet is being played at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Ohio.

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07-06- Nate Washington

Start High School graduate, Nate Washington grants the wish of an 11-year-old cancer survivor from Whitehouse. Nate Washington sits down and talks with Jarred Wise at the Ronald McDonald House.

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07-04- Jamie Farr Classic

Golfers and fans from the second round of the Jamie Farr Classic at Highland Meadows in Sylvania.

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06-30- George Robinson

Toledo's George Robinson, 92-year-old checker master, talks about his hopes to add 'national champ' to his many titles.

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Celebrating Mar�a Lionza

Each October, thousands of followers of the religion, MarĂ­a Lionza, make a pilgrimage to Sorte Mountain in Venezuela for a weekend of fire dances, cleansing ceremonies and healing rituals.

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Thin Threads - Life Changing Moments

How people connect with one another is an interesting thing to ponder, especially when others can truly effect us. Rhiannon met up with one author who has collected true inspirational short stories about life changing moments.

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Mayoral Campaign Styles

Michael Barbaro and David Chen, New York Times metro reporters, assess the the different styles of the Bloomberg and Thompson campaigns in the race for New York City Mayor.

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