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1:00pm

Sun July 24, 2011
World

Investigation Of Norway Attacks Continues

A nation mourns as the investigation continues in to the dual terror attacks that killed at least 93 Norwegians. Teri Shultz has the latest from Oslo.

1:00pm

Sun July 24, 2011
Arts & Life

Hot Sun Brings Summer Sounds

From the Midwest to the Northeast, a brutal heat wave has pushed temperatures above 100 degrees in many areas this weekend. On Friday, more than 130 million people were living under a heat advisory. But while most people were moaning about the oppressive, humid heat, some were finding fun ways to stay cool.

12:02pm

Sun July 24, 2011
Europe

'Pure Politics' in D.C.; A True Crisis In Europe

From left, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso participate in a news conference after eurozone leaders agreed on a second bailout package for Greece.
Virginia Mayo Associated Press

While the U.S. seems to be walking into a sovereign debt crisis, European countries are trying desperately to avoid one.

"What we have is a bunch of really idiotic kabuki theater going on in Washington and a bunch of politicians playing around with a ridiculous debt ceiling which shouldn't exist in the first place," Reuters blogger Felix Salmon tells Guy Raz, host of weekends on All Things Considered. "And that's pure politics. What we're seeing in Europe is real, undeniable economics."

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11:42am

Sun July 24, 2011
Movie Interviews

A New Movie, Starring You

Hiroaki Aikawa and his son, Taiji, mourn the death of Hiroaki's wife, in Kevin Macdonald's Life in a Day, produced by Scott Free UK.
Scott Free UK

Director Kevin MacDonald embarked on a new project last year to capture a snapshot of everyday life all around the world.

YouTube users from over 192 countries uploaded more than 4,500 hours of video to his channel, all of it shot on a single day: July 24, 2010.

MacDonald and his team, which included directors Ridley and Tony Scott, took that footage and made it into a 90-minute documentary called, aptly, Life in A Day.

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10:21am

Sun July 24, 2011
World

Iran: Scientist May Have Been Mistakenly Killed

Iran says the killing of a young scientist Saturday was a "U.S.-Zionist terrorist act."

Darioush Rezai-Nejad, 35, was gunned down in Tehran on Saturday by assailants who also wounded his wife, according to state-run Iranian media.

A number of Iranian nuclear scientists have been attacked in recent years, but officials said in this case there may have been a mistake. Official media said Rezai-Nejad, a promising graduate student, may have been killed because his name is similar to another scientist, who does work on Iran's nuclear program.

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