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Monday: A new report says terrorist attacks jumped 25% in 2006; a British court convicted five people of conspiring to commit terrorism; and the so-called "D.C. Madam" tried to out her clients.
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Sunday: Roberto Gonzales's inconsistent testimony on wiretapping; gang members in the military; Iraq soccer team wins the Asia Cup; and security pointers from Israel.
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Monday: The candidates' energy plans. Free frills disappear from airlines. Tropical Storm Edouard aims for Houston. New details in anthrax case. Treating quake trauma in Chinese children.
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Saturday: Senate Republicans blocked another attempt by Democrats to let the Bush-era tax cuts expire for high earners; Also, governments across the world are coming after Julian Assange and WikiLeaks; And, a pet store owner decides to end sales of pure-breds and set-up an adoption facility.
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Republican leaders and some Democrats argue the Obama administration intentionally left them in the dark about the prisoner swap that freed Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl; and, Jim Axelrod hears the story of what happened during the D-Day rehearsal -- kept secret by the U.S. military -- firsthand from an American veteran.
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Malaysian officials say they are reviewing radar that indicates Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may have turned back toward Malaysia just before disappearing; and, with spring in sight, small birds are emerging after a brutal winter.
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Malaysian authorities have searched the homes of the pilot and co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. They've spoken to their families and are examining the pilot's personal flight simulator; and, Exit polls from Sunday's referendum in Crimea show overwhelming support for separating from Ukraine and for joining the Russian Federation, but many of those opposed to joining Russia boycotted the vote.
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Russian forces in Crimea fired warning shots at unarmed Ukrainian soldiers Tuesday, but Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted there was no tension between the two armies; and, a stash of gold coins valued at upwards of $10 million that was found by a California couple buried on their property may be the haul stolen by a San Francisco Mint employee in 1901.
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Some of New York's top officials assured its citizens that there was no reason to fear an attack on the City's subway system. Fear had engulfed the city after Iraq's Prime Minister stated that terrorists were plotting to strike an American subway system; and, hundreds of Denver-area students walked out of school to protest proposed changes to a new history curriculum in an advanced-placement class. Student say this is form of censorship.
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The former Port Authority executive who set the George Washington Bridge lane closings in motion said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew more about the closures than he has acknowledged; and, Steve Hartman revisits Chris Rosati, who dreamed of hijacking a donut truck and giving away its contents to spread cheer after he was diagnosed with ALS.
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The family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the man being treated for Ebola, is quarantined in their Dallas apartment as officials try to prevent an outbreak. State health officials say that none of the estimated 100 people who were in direct or indirect contact with Duncan have shown any symptoms. But residents remain skeptical; and, Dennis Joyner lost three limbs to a booby-trap in Vietnam. Now, as the nation prepares to open a national memorial honoring America’s wounded in war, he and other vets...
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A St. Louis grand jury has made a decision on whether to charge a Missouri police officer over the death of an unarmed black teenager. The University of Virginia is suspending fraternity and sorority activities until next semester, after a student says she was gang-raped in a fraternity by seven men.
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Tuesday: The continuation of the CBS News special series, "The Road Ahead," featuring in-depth coverage of the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Plus, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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As the situation in Syria gets more dangerous by the hour, American diplomats are forced to evacuate; Then, 17 Americans are facing charges of encouraging the unrest that has engulfed the country for nearly a year; Also, a rare look inside the training of the federal air marshals.
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Firefighters are searching the remains of 20 apartments in Virginia Beach, Va., looking for victims of the FA/-18 crash. Bob Orr pieces together the details of happened in Navy fighter jet disaster; Also, the jobless rate dropped to 8.2 percent in March - the lowest in more than three years. But, while the number of new jobs grew, it slowed down significantly; And, Steve Hartman pays a visit to jump rope innovator Bobby Hinds to see what he's been up to since Charles Kuralt first visited him in...
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Sunday: Search crews finally hoisted what's left of the sightseeing helicopter out of the Hudson River; Also, President Obama will be in Mexico for a summit meeting with Mexican and Canadian leaders.
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Monday: An explosive bipartisan battle emerges in Washington over health care reform; Also, fears of racism in Ariz. over a new law which targets illegal immigrants; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
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Friday: The FDA is withdrawing the preliminary approval it granted in 2008 to use the popular drug Avastin for breast cancer; Also, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department has reopened the case on one of Hollywood's most enduring scandals - the mysterious death of Natalie Wood; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of a philanthropic real estate broker who has given away millions of his own personal fortune to the less fortunate.
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Monday: Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, was charged in New York with seven counts of criminal charges; Then, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords looked on as her husband Mark Kelly lifted off in the space shuttle Endeavour on its last mission into space; Also, After 43 years missing in Vietnam, the recently identified remains of an elite, army Green Beret soldier finally made it home.
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A 10-year nightmare ends for three women after one escapes from house they were imprisoned in; Then, Syria's refugees in camps on the border are putting a strain on the country of Jordan; Also, a victim of the housing crash is starting a new life out using recycled material.
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Tuesday: Pres. Obama signs a landmark $787 billion economic stimulus package; N.Y. Yankees star Alex Rodriguez comes forward with his steroid abuse; And, Sen. Roland Burris could face perjury charges.
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Jesse Jackson Jr., once a rising political star, pleaded guilty to charges he spent campaign funds on himself, his family and his house. Dean Reynolds reports on how the former congressman looted the funds of his donors; And, in a recent report to Congress, the Library of Congress - the largest library in the world - said nearly all of the audio and films recordings made before 1930 are lost. Seth Doane reports on efforts to rescue the cultural loss.
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Sunday: With so many deaths of Haitian adults, the number of orphans has reached more than a million; Plus, President Obama joined the battle to help the Democrats save the Massachusetts Senate seat at risk in a special election.
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Saturday: 17,000 flights are canceled and millions of travelers affected as Icelandic volcano continues to spew clouds of ash with no let-up in sight; Plus,Were Goldman's mortgage securities designed to deceive?
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Helmet cam shows aftermath of foiled plan for mass shooting on the University of Central Florida campus; Also, Hundreds of thousands of people packed St. Peter's Square in Vatican City to watch the inaugural mass, formally installing Pope Francis as the church's 266th pope; And, the Supreme Court is hearing a case of a generic drug maker, Mutual Pharmaceutical, being sued by a customer who suffered a horrific allergic reaction.
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Thursday: The struggling car industry finally gets a jump start; Also, the ugly world of political ads goes virtual; And, recent teen suicides turn spotlight on bullying epidemic.
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Tuesday: Tom Daschle drops his bid for an Obama Cabinet position; Shocking details emerge in the link between salmonella and peanut butter; Plus, how one man soared above the World Trade Center.
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Tuesday: A massive storm causes severe damage throughout the Midwest; Also, this year's campaign season yields record-breaking levels of spending on political ads; Plus, a beverage that mixes alcohol and caffeine at potentially lethal levels
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Friday: The Labor Department reports that the jobless rate in January fell to 8.3 percent - the lowest in three years - and the good news sends stocks prices soaring; Also, the Susan G. Komen foundation apologizes to the American people for cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood and announces it is reversing its decision; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Jim O'Hara and his iron-willed campaign for the governorship of Montana.
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Wednesday: Terrorists stage a massacre in India's largest city. The holidays are here, but the skies are less crowded. And, "on The Road ... Again."
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Friday: Clues bin laden left behind are providing U.S. intelligence the best chance in years to destroy the heart of al-Qaeda; Also, despite nearly a quarter of a million new jobs, the jobless rate jumps back to nine percent; And, what it takes to be the best of the best - a U.S. Navy SEAL.
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It sounds like a spy movie plot: the story of how Chen Guangcheng escaped from house arrest; Then, a lab in New York state's capital isn't waiting for an economic turnaround - it's creating one; Also, Mike Fay is on a mission to document the voices and experiences of injured veterans through sketches.
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Saturday: Tens of thousands of residents in the southeast lack power as a southern storm continues to spread; Plus, Slowly and steadily, Haiti is struggling back to everyday life.
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Wednesday: President Obama urged Americans not to "panic" about the economic recovery, despite recent disappointing jobs numbers; Also, homeowners bear the brunt of the failed promise of mortgage modifications; And, a Minneapolis mother, whose son was murdered, now lives next door to - and is friends with - her son's murderer.
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Monday: Wicked winter weather socks much of the U.S.; KBR is accused of putting U.S. soldiers at risk with toxic chemicals; And, is 2009 looking like a better prospect for one struggling U.S. family?
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Friday: Massive floods cause a massive disaster in Pakistan; Also, radio host Dr. Laura uses 'N-word' repeatedly on her show; And, the spicy side of America.
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Friday: Ariz. police have obtained photographs of gunman Jared Loughner posing with a gun while wearing a g-string; Then, Gov. Pat Quinn signed a law that boosts the Ill. state income tax rate by two-thirds; Also, It's been 40 years since the premiere of "All in the Family," a television show which pushed limits of language.
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Thursday: The Sanford, Fla. police chief steps down amid calls for justice in the case of the neighborhood watch captain who killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin; Also, the Los Angeles coroner releases the official cause of the death of Whitney Houston; Plus, new data shows fewer women are choosing to get married; And, a remarkable teacher finds a way to turn a gang member in her classroom into a graduating high school senior.
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Thursday: A half hour before its scheduled vote, Speaker Boehner's debt reduction bill is tabled in the House; Also, adjustable rate mortgage increases could spike if the U.S. defaults on its debts; Plus, a gun store clerk tips off police to an American-born Muslim who may have been planning an attack on Fort Hood soldiers; And, Los Angeles is ending its controversial red-light camera program.
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Sunday: As Egypt's uncertain march to democracy continues, the military said they would rule the country until September; Also, Google executive Wael Ghonim speaks about the uprising in Egypt; Plus, the FAA warns pilots of the dangers from handheld lasers.
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Friday: Former presidential hopeful John Edwards admits affair; Russia and Georgia exchange attacks; Medicare fraud whistleblowers; pomp and ceremony at Beijing.
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The chief of air traffic controllers, Hank Krakowski, abruptly resigned after recent incidents of controllers sleeping on the job; Then, Political leaders of the anti-Qaddafi rebels are lobbying for exemption from the U.N. arms embargo, Also, Dodger stadium has called upon an army of police in order to keep the peace at the the first home game of the season.
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For the first time ever, a patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus has been brought into the United States for treatment. A private medical jet carrying Dr. Kent Brantly landed at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia, where he was then transported to Emory University Hospital; and, Brian Banks once held dreams of making it into the NFL. Those aspirations, however, were derailed by a wrongful conviction. But as Carter Evans explains, he'll now be able to make his living from pro football...
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Much of Colorado has been under a red flag fire warning for days. There's been almost no rain in a month, and the fires are spreading so quickly that officials can't guarantee everyone got out. Kelly Werthmann reports; Also, a judge allowed 10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan to be placed on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant, increasing her odds for potential life-saving surgery. Sarah underwent the procedure Wednesday. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
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Tuesday: White House Press Secretary Tony Snow's cancer has returned; scientists are working on new ways to fight cancer; and moving South China's tigers to South Africa may save them from extinction.
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A huge severe weather system is moving across the center of the country bringing tornadoes that struck parts of the south with winds as high as 135 miles per hour; and, the Newark Bears, a once-proud minor league franchise has gone out of business. And anyone wanting to own a piece of the team made their way to Riverfront Stadium in Newark, N.J. for an auction.
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Home Depot says hackers used "unique, custom built malware" never used in other attacks in the security breach that went undetected between April and September. Home Depot now estimates information is “at risk” for 56 million unique payment cards; and, when a car fleeing police hit Gordo, a one-year-old poodle mix, it struck a nerve in a city that otherwise might have just changed the channel. Donations to cover his care are pouring into the animal hospital where the dog is...
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The Supreme Court said prayers that open town council meetings do not violate the Constitution, even if they stress Christianity; and, legendary boxing trainer Freddie Roach's battles outside the ring have been a harder fight than anything he faced in it.
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A crowd erupted in cheers as Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced that she would veto a bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays on religious grounds; and, it's been a tough winter for many across the U.S., but a group of Ohio salt miners don't mind the business that's been keeping them working around the clock.
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Tuesday: Health alert about a deadly old disease; chain reaction of events leaves six U.S. soldiers dead in Iraq and U.S. military says troop casualties likely to go higher in coming months.
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Wednesday: GOP South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admits to having an affair after mysteriously disappearing; Plus, Katie Couric's exclusive interview with former British P.M. Tony Blair.
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Sunday: Libyan officials say a NATO attack killed one of Qaddafi's sons; Also, An estimated 1.5 million people gather to see Pope John Paul II beatified; Plus, a young female jockey strives to make Kentucky Derby history.
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New surveillance footage shows a man who appears to be Michael Brown assaulting a store owner minutes before the shooting. Officer Darren Wilson has been identified as the cop who fatally shot the 18-year-old unarmed man; and, as part of our continuing series “On the Road,” Steve Hartman reconnects with Chris Rosati, whose charitable initiative BIGG - Big Ideas for the Greater Good - is encouraging random acts of kindness towards strangers. Rosati, who suffers from ALS, recently held a red...
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The comedian and Academy Award winning actor was found dead at his California home Monday.; and, In November 1943, 18,000 U.S. Marines stormed the Pacific island of Tarawa. It took the Marines three days to take the island. But the struggle to bring the fallen soldiers home has lasted 70 years.
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The U.S. military has begun a new campaign targeting all ISIS forces across northern and western Iraq, gearing up for more aggressive attacks on ISIS as the military carries out the plan laid out by President Obama in his speech Wednesday; and, Secretary of State John Kerry stresses that while the U.S. is not at "war" with ISIS, it is engaged in a heightened level of counter terrorist activity.
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Friday: A flash flood leaves at least 20 dead in Arkansas; Also, global spotlight on the 2010 World Cup; And, a new sexual arousal pill proposed for women.
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Tuesday: The first of two suspects in the Ct. home invasion murder trial gets convicted; Also, attempted times square bomber Faisal Shahzad makes a new threat in court; Plus, revolutionizing school cafeterias.
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Sunday: President Obama may pay for a still-weak economy with the loss of a second term; Also, the IMF is the latest victim of cyber attacks; Plus, a blind architect creates brail blueprints.
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The hunt for murder-abduction suspect James Lee DiMaggio has ended. DiMaggio reportedly was fatally shot by authorities in Idaho. Hannah Anderson, the kidnapped teenage girl, was found safe; and, the small tourist town of Manitou Springs, Colorado is cleaning up after heavy rain on top of scorched ground triggered devastating mudslides that damaged dozens of homes and businesses.
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With the conventions now behind them, President Obama and Mitt Romney have sharpened their attacks, and their focus, on the middle class; Then, Charlie d'Agata shares a rare look behind the scenes of Syria's opposition TV network; Also, the spike in chicken feed costs may raise the price of meat at the grocery store
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Fast moving and unpredictable, the wildfire has burned across more than 100,000 acres in a part of Idaho famous for its scenery and known as a playground for the rich and famous; and, Prince William said in an interview released Monday that he is trying to be an independent parent, putting him and Kate Middleton in sharp contrast with other royal families.
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Friday: Economic recovery not as strong as originally thought; Also, military spouses face dread over bad news; And, a farm sanctuary that helps both animals and humans.
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Monday: A winter storm sweeps the U.S. with 50 MPH winds that produced blizzards, white out conditions; Also, a federal judge rules President Obama's health care bill unconstitutional; Also, a 73-year-old Texas woman makes coaching history.
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Friday: The Labor Department released the best jobs report in two years, showing unemployment down to 8.8 percent; Then, Thousands of Afghan protesters stormed the UN compound in Mazar-i-Sharif, resulting in a massacre that left 20 dead; Also, Jim Axelrod reports on how the high-tech safety features of newer cars have made a difference in saving lives.
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Tuesday: A massive storm swept through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, bringing with it at least two tornadoes that ripped apart homes and businesses, and knocked out power to tens of thousands; Also, CBS News projects GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will win the Republican primary contests in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C.; And, Florida's Miramar High used to be one of the worst performing schools in the state until the band director turned the school, the students, and his fellow...
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The Obama campaign takes its march to the Democratic National Convention through key battleground states; Then, New Orleans' new $14 billion levee system kept the city dry but at least 12 surrounding parishes experienced flooding; Also, parents and electronic makers are voicing their concerns over the increasing use of tech toys and mobile devices by young children.
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Wednesday: Pres. Obama opposes the release of photos depicting U.S. torture of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan; Also, Pope Benedict XVI warns his enemies; And, outrage over parents on Facebook.
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Tuesday: Barack Obama addresses the controversial subject of race; the Fed slashes interest rates; revisiting America's gun control laws; and a daunting prediction about Baby Boomers and Alzheimer's.
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Not long after the new pope is elected, he will be introduced to world of challenges facing the Catholic Church, not the least of which are financial; Also, compounding pharmacies are supposed to make drugs for individuals by prescription. But, New England Compounding Center shipped 17,000 vials of toxic steroids to 23 states; And, Scott Pelley sits down with three young men on their way to priesthood.
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Sunday: A coalition assault continues against government forces in Libya; Also, the economic impact of the crisis in Japan.
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Wednesday: Winter weather hinders holiday travel for millions; the ongoing recession forces homeowners to take in renters; plus, the puppet man of California.
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Europe's debt crisis had American investors dumping stock, resulting in a triple-digit loss for the Dow; Also, in Syria, another mass execution has been uncovered, as pressure mounts on the U.S. to intervene; And, a study out in the journal "Aging" found a common trait between people who live past 100 is a positive attitude and outlook on life.
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Thursday: Another night of terror in Mumbai; Economic crisis affects U.S. charities; Iraqi Parliament gives U.S. a 3 year deal; And, retailers hope for a profitable Black Friday.
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Thursday: The hardware failure that disabled Blackberry service served as a warning to a world that's become ever more dependent on always being connected; Also, Congress passes a landmark free trade agreement with South Korea, Colombia and Panama; And, terminally ill patients are up against drug companies dealing on the gray market and exploiting a short supply potentially life saving drugs.
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