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Monday, October 18, 2004

Erasing Political Cartoonists

As newspaper budgets dwindle, fewer can afford to employ full-time political cartoonists -- a trade that's now at risk of becoming a lost art, Anthony Mason reports.

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President Arnold? Bet On It

In the United Kingdom, where gambling is legal, you can wager money on everything from U.S. politics to gerbils picking boxes. Mark Phillips reports on some of Britain's oddest bets.

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Bush Ad- 'Risk'

A Bush-Cheney ad calling into question the voting records of 'John Kerry and his liberal allies' over the past two decades.

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Kerry Ad- 'Bush's Mess'

A Kerry-Edwards ad entitled 'Bush's Mess,' criticizing the president's leadership in the war on terror and ongoing situation in Iraq. It ends with a call for a new direction.

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Latest Poll Analysis

A new poll suggests that President Bush may be pulling ahead, but the race for the White House remains close. The Cook Political Report's Amy Walter spoke to The Early Show about the numbers.

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Florida- Here We Go Again?

While campaigning in Florida, Kerry and Edwards have spent lots of time talking about the problems of the 2000 election, and some experts see a similar outcome in 2004. Jim Acosta reports.

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Bush Strong On Security

President Bush is campaigning in New Jersey and delivering a major speech on terrorism, one of the issues on which he's rated higher than John Kerry. Bill Plante reports.

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Dad On Son's Alleged Mutiny

Ricky Shealey's son is one of the Army reservists who refused to carry out an order to deliver supplies in Iraq. He spoke to The Early Show about his son's actions.

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Mutiny Investigation Begins

The military is investigating a group of soldiers in Iraq who refused to follow an order to deliver supplies because they thought the mission was too dangerous. David Martin reports.

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Selling Things Without Effort

Gretchen Carlson reports how people are selling used items on the Internet by bringing their used items to new middlemen like "drop shop" stores.

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Army Presses Reserve Case

The U.S. Army continues its investigation of a reserve unit that balked at a convoy mission on grounds it was too dangerous. Randall Pinkston reports on the case's precedents from Vietnam.

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Calif. For Stem Cell Research

Bill Whitaker explains that if voters approve Proposition 71, their state would far out-spend the federal government on stem cell research.

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