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Top Videos for July 22, 2009

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CBS - Obama's TV Health Care Pitch

Opposition to a new health care plan increases as it becomes likely that a bill will not be signed by August, so President Obama is going to the public for support, reports Bill Plante. (Jul 22)

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CBS - Who Benefits in New Proposal

Moneywatch Editor-At-Large Jill Schlessinger and Maggie Rodriguez discuss a breakdown of the new health care proposal by employees and employers. (Jul 22)

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CQ - Free Health Care and Nannies For All

Pres. Obama's critics claim he is turning the U.S. into Europe. CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC correspondent Craig Crawford says that isn't entirely a bad thing. Produced by Andrew Satter. (Jul 21)

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Bloomberg - Bernanke Q&A Session
From Capitol Hill: Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke takes questions from Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd. (Jul 22)

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Bloomberg - Madoff Trustee In Talks With Fairfield Funds

Madoff trustee is in settlement talk with three Fairfield funds. (Jul 22)

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CBS - Soldier Goes Missing

Army private James Gonzalez has been missing for a week along the U.S.-Mexico where he was based. Don Teague reports. (Jul 22)

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Bloomberg - Stephen Baldwin Files Chapter 11

Baldwin files for chapter 11. (Jul 22)

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AFP - Aiding the Ailing on All Sides of Pakistan's conflict

Work is unending for the doctors at the International Red Cross's field hospital in Peshawar, which treats victims of the ongoing conflict between the Pakistani army and Islamist militants. Doctors do not discriminate with the wounded, and treat patients from all sides of the conflict. (Jul 22)

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AFP - Planning pays off for 'eclipse chasers' in China

For David Makepeace, chasing solar eclipses around the world is what life is all about. He has witnessed 11 total solar eclipses on all seven continents over the past 18 years. In China, bad weather almost confounded his attempt to film one of the longest eclipses in modern history. (Jul 22)

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CBS - Harvard Prof. Cleared

Mass. police dropped the disorderly conduct charge against Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Michelle Gielan reports. (Jul 22)


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