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Top Videos for May 20th, 2009

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Bloomberg - Economic Recovery Advisory Board

Economic Recovery Advisory Board led by Volcker holds first meeting today. (May 20)

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Bloomberg - California Rejects Budget Measures

There is no relief for the state's embattled finances. The governor says the vote mean the golden state's budget deficit could increase to $21 billion now. (May 20)

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CBS - Credit Card Bill Of Rights Explained

Bill Plante reports on the backlash against the credit card bill of rights. Also, Harry Smith talks to Sen. Chris Dodd and Maggie Rodriguez speaks to Jill Schlessinger about customer entitlement. (May 20)

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CBS - Mother Refuses Chemo for Son

The Ill. family of a cancer-stricken boy refused chemotherapy treatment for their son. This prompted officials to seek custody of boy on grounds of medical negligence. Dean Reynolds reports. (May 20)

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Bloomberg - Geithner Gives Opening Remarks at TARP Hearing

Live! From Capitol Hill - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Testifies to Senate Banking Committee. (May 20)

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Bloomberg - In-Depth Look - Geithner Against Pay Caps

Interview and discussion with Charles Eden of the University of Delaware. He talks about the coming speech of Tim Geithner in the Capitol Hill today regarding banks to repay TARP money. (May 20)

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AFP - No shelter for UK politicians from expenses storm

Nearly two weeks of embarrassing revelations about the expenses claimed by British politicians has seen confidence in the nation's lawmakers drop to an all-time low, and forced the resignation of the parliament speaker. The scandal was sparked by the leaking of documents to the Daily Telegraph newspaper, which has also attracted criticism. (May 20)

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Bloomberg - British PM Brown Sacrifices Commons Speaker

Schools have closed down from Queens, New York to western Japan. New York Times science reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr. explains the facts behind the pandemic. (May 20)

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CBS - Clinton Vows To Help Refugees

Pakistan's military continues to attack Taliban forces in the Swat Valley, with civilians fleeing the area. Secretary of State Clinton vows that the U.S. will help the refugees. David Martin reports. (May 19)

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AFP - Myanmar opens Suu Kyi trial to diplomats, media

After two days of closed-door proceedings, Myanmar authorities have unexpectedly allowed reporters and diplomats to attend the trial of Aung San Suu Kyi Wednesday. The democracy icon and Nobel Peace Laureate faces up to five years in jail if convicted of charges of breaching her house arrest. (May 20)

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