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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

'Stay The Course' No More

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush dropping his "stay the course" line in regards to the U.S. presence in Iraq. The catch phrase is now "constantly updating and changing."

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports analysts expect the Fed to leave interest rates unchanged, ex-Enron CEO Jeff Skilling will spend 24 years in prison, and crude oil prices fall below $59 a barrel.

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Michael J. Fox Backs Dems

Actor Michael J. Fox, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, appears in a political ad supporting Missouri Democratic Senate candidate Claire McCaskill. She backs embryonic stem cell research.

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Political Mudslinging

Just about every national election has the American voter swamped with negative campaign ads. Lee Cowan reports on just how ugly the ads are getting as voting day approaches.

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Analyst On Missing Soldier

Retired Col. Mitch Mitchell speaks with Harry Smith about the U.S. soldier believed to have been kidnapped in Iraq. Mitchell and Smith also discuss criticism of the military strategy being used.

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General, Ambassador On Iraq

U.S. ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad and U.S. military commander Gen. George Casey held a press conference to discuss strategy. CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Michael J. Fox In Campaign Ad

Actor Michael J. Fox, who has suffered from Parkinson's disease for several years, appears in a campaign commercial for Missouri Democratic Senate candidate Claire McCaskill.

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Iraq Timeline Agreement

The Iraqi government has agreed to put together a plan U.S. commanders say will help Iraqi forces secure their own country. Susan Roberts reports this comes weeks before U.S. polls open.

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Search For Missing Soldier

CBS News RAW: U.S. forces stopped vehicles and searched the offices of a TV station in Baghdad on Tuesday, hoping to find a soldier who may have been kidnapped the previous day.

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Los Alamos Security Breach?

Police conducting a drug raid may have found classified materials taken from the nation's nuclear weapons facility. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Political Micro-Targeting

As Election Day approaches, both sides are bombarding the airwaves with advertising. But Lee Cowan reports that the ad campaigns are more sophisticated and scientific than ever.

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Iraq Policy Shift?

David Martin and Jim Axelrod chatted about whether there is an Iraq policy change of course going on at the Pentagon and the White House.

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freeSpeech- Arianna Huffington

Political commentator Arianna Huffington says the Republican Party has used fear-mongering as an effective political tactic.

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Obama In '08?

Gloria Borger reports on Illinois Sen. Barak Obama, author and possible Democratic presidential candidate in 2008, with an interesting life story.

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Violence Intensifies In Iraq

The conflict between Sunnis and Shiites is simmering, and as U.S. troops pull out of Balad, Lara Logan reports that it looks like the violence is only going to get worse.

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Looking Ahead To 2008

Only On The Web: CBS News political consultants Mike McCurry and Nicolle Wallace discuss possible Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton.

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