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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Race Tightens Up

A CBS News poll makes the presidential race too close to call. The Cook Political Report's Amy Walter analyzed the race on The Early Show.

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Bush Hammers At Security

The final presidential debate will focus on domestic issues, but President Bush continues to hammer away at national security. CBS' Bill Plante reports from the campaign trail in Colorado.

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Spike In Gas Prices

The price of crude oil has nearly doubled in the past year due to attacks on Iraq pipelines and hurricane damage, causing gas prices to soar, Anthony Mason reports.

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Candidates In Dead Heat

Three weeks before the election, and just before their final debate, a CBS News poll finds President Bush and John Kerry in a virtual tie, John Roberts reports.

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Broadcast Broadside

Sinclair Broadcasting, which operates 62 TV stations, is causing controversy with a decision to air a film critical of John Kerry just weeks before the election, Jim Axelrod reports.

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U.S. Targets Sunni Insurgents

Led by U.S. forces, Iraqi troops went on the offensive throughout Iraq, pounding Sunni insurgent positions from the air and raiding mosques in Ramadi, Allen Pizzey reports.

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60 Minutes- Bad Boys

The creators of "South Park" will release "Team America: World Police," a political satire the pokes fun at "activist actors" and tells the story of a group that wanders the globe fighting terrorism.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Flu shots rationed, eye on estate tax and rock crawling craze

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News Analysis

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk discusses the elections in Afghanistan with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Fighting For Swing Votes

With the presidential election just weeks away, President Bush and John Kerry hit the campaign trail swinging, hoping to win Southwest swing votes, John Roberts reports.

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The Battleground States

There are 14 battleground states, and Jim Axelrod reports the candidate who wins two of the big three -- Florida, Pennsylvania and Ohio -- will likely win the White House.

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