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Friday, October 6, 2006

Weekend Roundup, 10.06.06

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the school shooting in Pennsylvania Amish country, the congressional page scandal and two medical breakthroughs.

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Former Page Discusses Scandal

Jason Bellini, a correspondent for CBS News on Logo, discusses his personal experience as a congressional page as well as his thoughts on the Foley scandal.

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James Baker On Politics

Former Secretary of State James Baker worked with five Republican presidents. Baker speaks with Harry Smith about his memoir, "Work Hard, Study and Keep Out of Politics."

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James Baker On Foley Fiasco

Republicans are scared sick that the Mark Foley email scandal will ruin their chances in the November elections. Harry Smith speaks with former Secretary of State James Baker about the issue.

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Hastert Sorry For Page Scandal

House Speaker Dennis Hastert is apologizing for the handling of the Congressional page scandal, but both Congress and the Justice Department are investigating the matter. Gloria Borger reports.

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Situation In Iraq Worsening

Senator John Warner, chairman of the armed services committee, warns that the situation in Iraq is drifting "side-wise." Jim Axelrod has more.

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Midterms In The Midwest

Lee Cowan reports on how the congressional page scandal is affecting the tight race for Congress in Ohio.

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Page Scandal Still Unfolding

New Jersey's Republican Senate candidate Tom Kean called for House Speaker Dennis Hastert's resignation. Gloria Borger reports.

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Clinton, Bush Honored

In Philadelphia, former presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush were jointly awarded the Liberty Medal. Susan McGinnis reports they were honored for raising more than $1 billion for disaster relief.

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Soldier Adopts Pup During War

Most Marines who fought in a place like Fallujah say it's a life-changing experience. One soldier's encounter with a puppy was an experience he'll never forget. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Hastert's Not Stepping Down

Despite fallout from the Foley scandal, Dennis Hastert said he will stay on as Speaker of the House. Meanwhile, a House Ethics Committee panel convened on Capitol Hill. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Hastert- 'The Buck Stops Here'

CBS News RAW: Embattled House Speaker Dennis Hastert fought back against charges he didn't do enough to deal with the Foley scandal, promising to make the Congressional page program safe.

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Foley Scandal's Aftermath

Chief political correspondent Gloria Borger discusses the fallout from the Mark Foley congressional page scandal with CBS News' Katie Couric.

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