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    W.H. Adviser Sparks Outrage
    Conservatives are outraged by remarks made by White House "green jobs" adviser Van Jones. Bill Plante reports on the controversy.
    2:25 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Saturday, September 5th, 2009
    W.H. Downplaying Documents
    Katie Couric spoke to Chip Reid about new documents released by the website Wikileaks that suggest Pakistan's intelligence aided afghan insurgents and how the White House is responding.
    1:44 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
    W.W. II Immigration Museum
    Californias Angel Island, which was once used as a location for a detainee camp for Asian immigrants during World War II, has now been restored and will feature a museum. KPIXs Thuy Vu reports.
    2:59 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Friday, February 13th, 2009
    Wacky Science Winners
    IG Nobel Prize winners are like regular Nobel Prize winners --- only slightly more irreverent and a lot more irrelevant. Steve Hartman reports in this week's Assignment America.
    2:22 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Thursday, October 19th, 2006
    Wael Ghonim and Egypt's New Age Revolution
    Harry Smith reports on the latest events from Egypt, including an in-depth interview with Wael Ghonim.
    11:26 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, February 14th, 2011
    Wagoner Isn't "Like A Rock"
    GM's CEO Rick Wagoner was asked to resign by the White House. As Tony Guida reports, the news comes on the eve of Pres. Obama's announcement of more bailout funds for the struggling auto industry.
    2:49 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, March 30th, 2009
    Wahlberg's Fight for his Film
    Harry Smith interviews Mark Wahlberg on his new movie "The Fighter," the mental and physical preparation for the role, and the efforts he took to get the film made.
    4:45 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
    The Wait-And-See Approach
    Bob Schieffer spoke with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) about Health Secretary Nominee Tom Daschle's failure to pay his taxes on time.
    7:43 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Sunday, February 1st, 2009
    Waiting For Harry Potter (CBS News)
    Dave Price speaks with the co-editor of Harry Potter books, Arthur Levine, about what to expect in last installment of the world famous series about a mischievous boy-wizard. (
    2:47 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Tuesday, May 1st, 2007
    Waiting for Job Creation
    Harry Smiths spoke with Moody's's Mark Zandi about the condition of unemployment and when things will improve.
    2:07 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, November 2nd, 2009
    Waiting to be Adopted
    More than 100,000 American kids are in foster care where the average stay is more than two years. Foster care children hope to be adopted one day, but as Mark Strassmann reports, some never will have their dream come true.
    2:45 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Saturday, March 13th, 2010
    Waity Katie May Become Queen
    A French tabloid scooped on a rumored message to royals asking them to keep their Summer open, perhaps indicating marriage plans for Prince William and Kate Middleton. Mark Phillips reports.
    1:33 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Tuesday, March 17th, 2009
    Wake of the D.C. Quake
    Bob Schieffer comments on the recent earthquake that rocked Washington, D.C. and its surrounding suburbs.
    1:33 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Sunday, July 18th, 2010
    Wal-Mart Cuts Sam's Club Jobs
    After the Dow dropped to its lowest point in nearly a year adding to unemployment concerns, Whit Johnson reports on the latest from Wall Street including Wal-mart's job cuts.
    2:44 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, January 25th, 2010
    Wal-Mart sex discrimination case
    In the Supreme Court, seven female Wal-Mart employees made the push for a class action lawsuit against the company for sex discrimination. Jan Crawford reports on the charges that could cost the corporation billions of dollars.
    2:11 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
    Wal-Mart's New Nutrition Charter
    Wal-Mart has committed to making and selling healthier choices over the next five years. Mark Strassmann reports on America's largest grocer's nutrition mission.
    2:03 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Friday, January 21st, 2011
    A Walk Around Guiyu
    Only On The Web: Jim Puckett and Scott Pelley walk through Guiyu, China. The town has developed into a dumping ground for toxic e-waste.
    1:49 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
    Walk For Peace Honors Tucson Victims
    Hundreds of people walked through the streets of Tucson in remembrance of last week's shooting. John Blackstone reports on the latest in the aftermath of the tragedy.
    2:22 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, January 17th, 2011
    Walk Like a Man II: Meet Mahale
    Not to be outdone by YouTube sensation Ambam, Mahale is the latest gorilla to strut his stuff. Although he's smaller than the competition, he definitely has more swagger.
    0:29 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Friday, January 28th, 2011
    Walking for Your Brain
    Harry Smith speaks with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about a study that says an active lifestyle can keep the brain healthy longer.
    2:06 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Friday, October 15th, 2010
    Walking Is Best Medicine
    Fitness expert Leslie Sansone showed Maggie Rodriguez how to add walking to your workout routine.
    2:56 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Thursday, April 30th, 2009
    Walking on Air
    At the first ever Quiktrip Air and Rocket Racing Show, thousands watched while one woman walked on air. As KOTV's Jeffrey Smith reports, this wing walker leaves her fear on the ground
    1:52 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Monday, April 26th, 2010
    Walking To A Different Beat
    Blake Mycoskie is not your average entrepreneur. As Daniel Seiberg reports, the founder of Toms Shoes is giving back in a big way to the world's most needy.
    3:40 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Sunday, February 28th, 2010
    Wall St. Hopes To Gain Ground
    Some economic indicators are showing that the recession is easing a bit but Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke is expected to report to Congress it will need a long recovery, reports Jeff Glor.
    1:35 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Tuesday, May 5th, 2009
    Wall St. Won't Buy Bailout
    The lack of details in the White House's announcement of bailout plans worried bankers, sending Wall Street into a plunge, reports Jeff Glor.
    2:01 - CBS News Online / YouTube, Wednesday, February 11th, 2009
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