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March 6th, 2008
05:51 PM ET

Afternoon Buzz

Cha-Ching!  We're tracking the cash in the presidential race.  A new record has been set.   Speaking of money matters, if Florida & Michigan get a re-do who will pay for it?   And, Bill Gates is NO longer the richest man on the planet.  Scoll down to see who took his spot.  Plus, a priceless honor for the last WWI survivor.  Frank Buckles is 107 years old! He met with President Bush today.  What an amazing life!  Enjoy YOUR afternoon buzz.

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Keeping them Honest
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Crime & Punishment
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Auburn student killed, car in flames
An Auburn University student was found fatally shot on a highway just before her car was discovered in flames on campus, several miles away.

What YOU will be TALKING about TONIGHT
The World's Richest Man...
After 13 years
on top, Bill Gates is no longer the richest man in the world. That honor now belongs to...

Last WWI Vet Honored 
Today, the 107-year-old Frank Buckles—the last known U.S. military veteran to serve during World War I— was honored with a White House visit and was made the guest of honor at a Pentagon ceremony.

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