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Monday, October 30, 2006

Iraq Market Blast Kills 40

A market bombing killed more than 40 people, adding to the surging civilian death toll in Iraq. U.S. military casualties reached 100 for the month. Tracie Strahan reports.

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California Takes The Lead

With Congress stuck in gridlock, states are taking the lead on key issues. Sandra Hughes reports that California has become a trend-setter in several areas, from minimum wage to global warming.

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Remembering Ronald Reagan

It was 40 years ago today that Ronald Reagan was elected governor of California. Jerry Bowen reports that his widow and key political luminaries gathered to remember his legacy.

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Race For The State House

While the battle for Congress is getting most of the attention, there's a lot at stake in governors races as well. Gloria Borger reports on what?s at stake.

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Families Of Troops Soldier On

California contributes the most military personnel in the war on terror. The families of these troops are struggling, just like their loved ones. Katie Couric talks with some of these families.

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Deaths Continue In Iraq

It was another deadly day for Iraqis ? more than 80 were killed across the country. U.S. soldiers inevitably get caught in the war between the two ethnic groups. Lara Logan reports.

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Iraqi Security Forces To Grow?

CBS News has learned that Gen. George Casey, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, is expected to recommend that Iraqi security forces be increased by up to 100,000. David Martin has more.

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Who Will Control Congress?

When the dust settles, who is likely to control Congress? Amy Walter, of Cook Political Report, shares her insight with Harry Smith.

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Battle For The House, Senate

With the election just a week away, Democrats believe they are poised to take over at least the House, if not both the House and the Senate. Bill Plante says not so fast ? the game's not over yet.

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Deadly October In Iraq

October is now the fourth deadliest month in Iraq since the war began. CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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First Look- Governors Races

Only On The Web: Jim McGlinchy and Gloria Borger file "First Look" from Washington. They discuss how the outcome of the races for governor can impact the presidential election.

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Inside The Reagan Museum

Only On The Web: Duke Blackwood, executive director of the Reagan Library, takes Jerry Bowen on a tour of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum, which includes a replica of the Oval Office.

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Senate Race Just Beginning

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on what issues Democrats and Republicans believe will be the priorities among voters as they head to the polls in eight days.

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HealthWatch

Michelle Miller reports on a public hearing in New York City concerning artificial trans fat, popularity of caffeine drinks among teens, and the Internet may be misleading patients.

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Stars Discuss 'Flushed Away'

ShowBuzz RAW: Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman lend their voices to mice in the new animated film "Flushed Away." The film deals with the politics of a world down below.

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Ben Stein On The War In Iraq

Former presidential speechwriter Ben Stein weighs in on the situation in Iraq. He makes some suggestions as to what President Bush should say to the American people.

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Mehlman and Dean

Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman and Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean discuss what the Democrats will do if they win control of Congress.

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Murtha and Hunter

Representative Jack Murtha (D-PA) and Representative Duncan Hunter (R-CA) talk about what to do in Iraq and whether the U.S. Military still supports the war.

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