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Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Sen. Kerry Apologizes

Sen. John Kerry issued a formal apology for his remarks about U.S. troops. Jim Axelrod reports that Kerry also cancelled several campaign events.

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Kerry Does Damage Control

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., apologized for his botched joke that some say insulted U.S. troops. Aleen Sirgany reports that the White House was dissatisfied with it. Kerry is now keeping a low profile.

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More Fallout From Kerry Flap

Sen. John Kerry has apologized for remarks that some say insulted U.S. troops in Iraq, but the White House said his words fell short. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Wildcard- Latino Republicans?

In an election in which the GOP is looking to hold onto power, members of one group of voters are feeling abandoned: Latino Republicans. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Kerry Remark Still Debated

With just six days left before midterm elections, Republicans and Democrats are duking it out over a comment made by Sen. John Kerry regarding U.S. troops. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Zero Gravity Classroom

When we see astronauts walking in space, a lot of us wish we could do the same. Sharyl Attkisson got a chance to join a group of science teachers to check out zero gravity and its benefits.

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NASA Plans To Repair Hubble

After facing an uncertain future, NASA announced that the Hubble space telescope will be repaired. Mark Strassmann reports from Atlanta.

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Kerry Comment Debated

The sparks are flying in Washington over Sen. John Kerry's remark that poor students will "get stuck in Iraq." Bill Plante reports.

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Capitol Bob On Sen. Kerry

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent and Host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer weighs in on the political impact of Sen. Kerry's remark concerning Iraq.

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Snow Comments On Kerry Remark

White House press secretary Tony Snow talks to Hannah Storm about the comment made by Sen. John Kerry that poor students will "get stuck in Iraq."

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First Look- Election Run-Up

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is working on a story about women's health, and Rome Hartman comments on tonight's top stories ? new data on voters' attitude, electronic voting and more.

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Eye To Eye- Karl Rove

Only On The Web: Bush's political strategist Karl Rove talks to CBS News Radio correspondent Mark Knoller about the midterm election and John Kerry's controversial remarks, among other topics.

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Eye To Eye- Karl Rove

Only On The Web: Bush's political strategist Karl Rove talks to CBS News Radio's Mark Knoller about the political situation before the midterm election; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street kicks off a new trading month after a historic October, investors will be focused on the auto industry and the 1-gigabyte iPod shuffle hits stores.

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Kerry's Goof Good Distraction?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on Democratic Sen. John Kerry's remark that failed students will end up in Iraq. The White House welcomed the distraction, Plante reports.

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Suicide Bomber Targets Wedding

A Baghdad wedding celebration turned tragic when a bomber struck. Meanwhile, Iraq's prime minister is dismantling U.S. checkpoints around the Shiite stronghold of Sadr City. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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U.S. Running Out Of Options?

Military analyst and retired Army Col. Mitch Mitchell speaks with CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver about U.S. options in Iraq.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports scientists have discovered a new strain of bird flu; KFC says good-bye to trans-fat oil and hello to soybean cooking oil; and keeping active in old age may help your eyesight.

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