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Season 57 Episode 68

April 3, 2008

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Aired Weekdays 7:00 AM Apr 03, 2008 on NBC
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NEWS - Fed and their role in Bear-Stearns. ATA airlines files for bankruptcy. Bush in NATO summit for Romania. Iraq attack. Arkansas bridge scaffold collapse. Wisconsin church gas explosion. Coffee may help against Alzheimer's. Tim Russert strategizes the votes in the electoral college for McCain, Clinton, and Obama.. Third graders caught in conspiracy to stab teacher. United, Delta, and American have grounded planes for maintenance. FAA under fire. American Idol contestants are down to eight, but success is a tough road for all. 9-year-old goes on subway and bus trip around New York City by himself. Crazy idea or good independent activity? Fed Chairman warns recession, but also things we can learn from that. Affordable spring season vacations. Laundry basics. George Clooney in studio on his latest movie. Gene Shalit reviews Leatherheads. Singer Loretta Ables makes her musical debut on Broadway. Norah Jones in a new movie. Skiing options for disabled veterans. Advice on dealing with family life when it clashes with happily ever after. Harlem girls dance in the plaza. Food and Wine chefs have a cookoff at the plaza. Also Tex-mex ideas. The good and bad points of online health calls. Body noises; what's normal and what's not. Chronic heartburn may be trouble.moreless

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    Meredith Vieira

    Meredith Vieira

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    Ann Curry

    Ann Curry

    News Anchor

    Natalie Morales

    Natalie Morales

    National Correspondent

    Al Roker

    Al Roker

    Weather & Feature Reporter

    Hoda Kotb

    Hoda Kotb

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    George Clooney

    George Clooney

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    Loretta Ables

    Loretta Ables

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    Norah Jones

    Norah Jones

    Herself

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    Nancy Snyderman

    Nancy Snyderman

    Chief Medical Editor

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    Erin Burnett

    Erin Burnett

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    Gene Shalit

    Gene Shalit

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      • Additional guests
        Dr. Naomi Grobstein - Family Health Center of Montclair
        Dr. Roshini Raj - Health magazine
        Dr. ruth peters - psychologist, today contributor
        Groove with Me dance team from East Harlem.
        Issie Skenazy, Lenore Skenazy, - guest
        Jonathan alter? - reports
        Kristin Van Ogtrop - Real Simple magazine
        Nilou Motamed - Travel and Leisure magazine
        Rabbi Sherre Hirsch - author, We Plan. God Laughs
        Sam Zien - chef, author, Sam the cooking guy
        Stacy Carter - parent of 3rd grader

      • Meredith and Ann host. Natalie is on news. Al Roker is at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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