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Sunday, November 1, 2009

60 Minutes, 11.01.09

Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu vaccine; Lara Logan reports on a member of Japan's mafia; Plus, Lesley Stahl on movie pirates, costing Hollywood billions in lost revenue

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The Movie Pirates

They are the bane of Hollywood: criminals who copy films and distribute them illegally on the Internet, costing Hollywood billions in lost revenue. Lesley Stahl reports.

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Andy on Air Travel

Andy Rooney has some advice for the airlines.

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Yakuza

How does a foreigner jump the line in America for a life-saving transplant? It might be because he is a high-ranking member of Japan's mafia, whose influence is worldwide. Lara Logan reports.

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What Happened To Your Finger?

A former member of the Yakuza, Japan's organized crime syndicate, explains the price he paid for an underling's mistake.

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H1N1 Vaccine

Scott Pelley reports on the manufacture, distribution and safety of the H1N1 flu vaccine.

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Vaccine 101

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius explains some basic H1N1 vaccine facts

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Stealing A Movie

John Malcolm, formerly the Director of Worldwide Anti-Piracy Operations for the MPAA, shows Lesley Stahl how easy it is to steal movies on the web, using what is called "peer-to-peer" technology.

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Looking For Goto

Laura Logan goes looking for disgraced Yakuza boss Tadamasa Goto at the Zen Temple where he sought refuge.

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Answering the Media Skeptics

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has advice for television commentators who are criticizing the H1N1 vaccine program.

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Fighting Back

Director Steven Soderbergh says on-line movie pirates should have their internet privileges suspended as a first step in stopping the theft.

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Evening News Online, 11.01.09

Sunday: Turmoil continues in Afghanistan as Abdullah withdraws from the run-off election; Plus, with children at a high risk from the H1N1 virus parents weigh the pro's and con's of vaccination.

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Rock On

A celebration in New York marked the first quarter century of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As Anthony Mason reports, the main attraction was some all-star fund-raising concerts.

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Girl Power

For the first time, The Army School that trains drill sergeants is commanded by a female. As Michelle Miller reports, this commander is bringing hope to women soldiers everywhere.

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New Gold Rush

The price of gold has skyrocketed, as it increased to over a thousand dollars an ounce. As John Blackstone reports, streams in California are starting a new California gold rush.

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Tight Race in U.S. Elections

In a tight race for re-election, New Jersey governor John Corzine hopes President Obama's popularity will rub off on him, As Randall Pinkston reports, the election may not be good news for Democrats.

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Vaccine Dilemma

With children at a higher risk from the H1N1 flu virus parents continue to weigh the pro's and con's of vaccination. Hari Sreenivasan reports on this vaccine dilemma.

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Abdullah Withdraws

Turmoil continues in Afghanistan as the opposition candidate withdraws from the run-off election. As Mandy Clark reports, this raises more questions about the future of course of the U.S. policy.

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Abdullah pulls out of Afghan run-off election

Opposition candidate Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday pulled out of Afghanistan's run-off election, plunging the war-torn country into fresh political turmoil less than a week before the scheduled contest. After President Hamid Karzai snubbed a series of demands promoted as a bid to avoid a repeat of massive first-round fraud, Abdullah said he saw no point in standing in the second round, while stopping short of calling for a boycott. But Karzai's camp insisted the contest should still go ahead, with analysts saying a one-horse race could still take place on November 7 even if turnout is likely to be well below the 38 percent recorded last time. Duration: 02:21

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Lessons Learned In Afghanistan

With the current situation worsening in Afghanistan, Bob Schieffer wonders if it might be a good time to start nation-building at home.

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Marathon runners take on Soweto

The New York marathon may grab the limelight but that's not putting off long-distance runners in South Africa who are embarking on a marathon of their own -- through Johannesburg's impoverished Soweto township. Duration: 01:59

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Sen. Lieberman On Public Option

On "Face The Nation" Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) said that those who want a public option are preventing health care reform from getting done.

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Axelrod Reacts To Right's Slams On Obama

On "Face The Nation" White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod commented on criticisms against President Obama from Right-Wing media.

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The History Of Jack-O-Lanterns

Faith Salie shares the history of Jack-O-Lanterns, and finds quite a collection in the process.

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Can You See the Future of Fashion?

What does the future of fashion look like? And, if you could dictate which clothes people wear, how would they dress? Mo Rocca finds out.

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Abdullah pulls out of Afghan run-off election

Afghanistan's political crisis reaches a new low as opposition candidate Abdullah Abdullah pulls out of the country's run-off election scheduled for November 7. Abdullah made the announcement after his demands to avoid a repeat of massive first-round fraud were snubbed by President Hamid Karzai. Duration: 01:02.

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International transsexuals battle for crown

Pink swimming costumes and gold cocktail dresses were the order of the day at Miss International Queen 2009 in Thailand. Transsexual contestants from across the globe locked stilettos in the battle to be fairest of them all. Duration: 01:56

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Run on Iceland's last McDonald's

Noisy crowds, long queues, and traffic jams plunged McDonald's restaurants in Iceland into a state of siege Saturday, as the chain served its final burgers on the island. Icelanders flooded the three branches of the US fast-food restaurant in Reykjavik several hours before the outlets shut for the last time, forced to close after the island's economic collapse caused running costs to soar. Duration: 00:53

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Vows- Sarah & Andrew

Andrew Grabel got to know Sarah Dien on a holiday weekend away with friends, but really fell for her when he saw her in full Yankees regalia listening to the game on an old transistor radio.

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Czech 'Velvet Revolution'- the turning point in 1989

With the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, all eyes are turned on Germany. But in Czechoslovakia too, the non-violent 'velvet revolution' of November and December 1989 brought down the Communist regime. Duration: 01:55.

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The changing face of Israel

Israel has some 200,000 immigrant workers. But recently some have suggested that the children of these workers should not have the right to stay in Israel - even if they were born in the country. It's a move drawing criticism from human rights groups. Duration: 01:55

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US coal plant deploys carbon capture, sequestration

Banking that coal power plants will come under legal and financial pressure to reduce emissions as part of efforts to reduce global warming, French firm Alstom on Friday unveiled the world's largest carbon capture facility at a coal plant. It's a technology backers hope will fuel a new multi-billion dollar industry and keep the coal industry alive. Duration: 02:07

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