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Top Videos for March 12th, 2009
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CBS - The SEC Just Failed Us

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with three victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme who are speaking out about the SEC and Madoff's sentencing. (Mar. 12)

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APVideo - Madoff Guilty Plea Little Comfort to Victims

Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff is expected to plead guilty to numerous counts of securities fraud Thursday, but many of his victims aren't taking any comfort in the expected plea. (Mar. 12)




CBS - Poor Billionaires

The number of billionaires has dropped for the first time since 2003, going from 1,125 to 793. The average billionaire is worth $900 million less than last year. Anthony Mason reports. (Mar. 12)

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Gallup - Americans Weigh In On Government Involvement

Americans are slightly less likely now than they were before the escalation of the economic crisis to say the federal government has too much power, but 50% still think this is the case. (Mar. 12)

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Politico - Obama’s Stimulus Remarks

Obama's stimulus remarks. (Mar. 12)

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Politico - Cantor open to second stimulus

Cantor open to second stimulus. (Mar. 11)

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CBS - Flip-Flopping On Earmarks?

President Obama's spending bill is loaded with 8,500 earmarks, a process he promised to reform during his campaign, but he noted the bill's passage was necessary. Chip Reid reports. (Mar. 12)

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Politico - Obama pays tribute to Lincoln

Obama pays tribute to Lincoln. (Mar. 12)

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AFP - Iraq shoe thrower's conviction stirs outrage

The Iraqi journalist who shot to fame for hurling his shoes at former US president George W. Bush was jailed for three years on Thursday, stirring outrage from his family and supporters. (Mar. 12)

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APVideo - New Demands by China's Defense Ministry

China's Defense Ministry is demanding that the U.S. Navy end surveillance missions off China's southern coast following a weekend confrontation between an American vessel and Chinese ships. (Mar. 12)


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