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Saturday, October 7, 2006

Buck O'Neil Remembered

From 1938 to 1955, Buck O'Neil was a slick-fielding, good-hitting first baseman for the Kansas City Monarchs, the marquee team of the Negro Leagues. Tony Guida reports.

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GOP Struggles To Keep Control

The Foley scandal is starting to take a measurable toll on Republican Party prospects and recent polls indicate that a majority of Americans are finding favor with Democrats. Joie Chen reports.

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Schwarzenegger Bounces Back

Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is looking favorable for re-election in California despite a 2005 dip in his political career. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Violence Escalates In Iraq

Recent attacks, including a car-bombing, have left almost 20 dead in Iraq. Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan reports from Baghdad.

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Shoestring Chef- Autumn Feast

Pino Maffeo, Executive Chef of "Restaurant L" in Boston, turns a budget of $40 dollars into a feast of autumn fruits and vegetables. Elections Impacted By Foley?

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Preview- The No Fly List

How accurate is the government's No Fly List? Steve Kroft had a look and the answer may surprise you.

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HealthWatch

Michelle Miller reports that chemotherapy can have damaging effects on the brain, the government has approved a new flu vaccine and THC may prevent the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the job market will be the focus today; the economy is expected to have added 124,000 jobs. Also, mortgage rates continue to drop and Wal-Mart speeds up its drug program.

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