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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Searching For Jacob

60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley traveled to the Darfur region in Sudan to track down a boy whose village was destroyed by the Janjaweed Arab militia. Millions of people have been displaced.

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The Senate's Midterm Elections

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) discuss which party will carry the Senate and what the result will mean for the nation.

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Excuses, Excuses

Bob Schieffer talks about why he knows all he needs to about the Foley scandal.

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Which Way With The House?

Amy Walter, senior editor of the Cook Political Report, talks with Bob Schieffer about the likelihood that the Democrats will take control of the House of Representatives.

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'Values Voter' Turnout

Evangelical Christians flocked to the polls during the last election, but these "value voters" may not be as enthusiastic this time around. Lee Cowan reports from Columbus, Ohio.

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Brothers In Arms

Three brothers will soon be going back to Iraq for another tour of duty, but will be deployed together in an unusual twist. Randall Pinkston traveled to Texas to talk to the men and their mother.

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The Battle For Congress

The Democratic Party's chances of taking control of both houses of Congress have been steadily improving in the run-up to the midterm elections. Tony Guida has more details.

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The Debate Over Iraq

October has been the deadliest month for U.S. soldiers in Iraq this year and the violence does not appear to be waning. Meanwhile, the debate over Iraq continues in Washington. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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The Moscow Theatre Standoff

It has been four years since the Russian military pumped a knockout gas into a Moscow theatre taken over by Chechen rebels. Many of the survivors have developed serious illnesses. Beth Knobel reports

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The Situation In Iraq

Lara Logan talks to Russ Mitchell about the current situation in Iraq. She discusses how American forces have been prevented from taking on certain militia groups because of Iraqi politics.

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Changing Tactics In Iraq

Senior officials held a meeting at the White House to assess the situation in Iraq. President Bush admitted that a change in tactics may be necessary. Dan Raviv has more details.

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