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Tuesday, October 3, 2006

Wall Street's Record Day

The Dow Jones Industrial average closed at a record high, and it had a lot to do with the declining price of oil. As Anthony Mason reports, it's been a long road back for the Dow.

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GOP Frets Over Foley Scandal

The scandal involving ex-Congressman Mark Foley's lurid e-mails to congressional pages continues to reverberate. As Gloria Borger reports, Republicans are worried it could take them down in November.

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freeSpeech- Page Program

Richie Frohlichstein, a former House page, speaks about why he believes the congressional program is so important.

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Recalling Iwo Jima

Only On The Web: World War II veteran John Huffhines recounts his experience at Iwo Jima.

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Expert Shares Insight On Amish

Amish expert Dr. Donald B. Kraybill shares insight into the religion and culture of the community with Harry Smith.

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2000 Tape Shows 9/11 Hijackers

Mark Phillips reports on an al Qaeda videotape obtained and distributed by the British paper the Sunday Times that shows a smiling Mohamed Atta, another hijacker and Osama bin Laden.

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Politics Of War

The interest in Bob Woodward's new book is one sign that Iraq and national security will be key issues when voters head to the polls. Hannah Storm speaks with foreign policy analyst Michael O'Hanlon.

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White House Denies War Claims

Bob Woodward says in his book, "State Of Denial," that the Bush administration hasn't been truthful about its handling of the war in Iraq. Bill Plante reports the administration is on the offensive.

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