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Friday, November 3, 2006

Gaza Women Shield Militants

CBS News RAW: At least one woman was killed after joining dozens who flocked to a Gaza mosque, responding to calls from Hamas to shield Palestinian militants holed up inside.

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The Tech-Savvy Youth Vote

Candidates in the midterm elections are heading online in hopes of luring the youth vote. But will that be enough to lead young people to the polls on Election Day? Tracie Strahan takes a look.

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Pastor's Alleged Gay Affair

The Rev. Ted Haggard, against gay marriage in Colorado, has resigned as head of the National Association of Evangelicals. Karlyn Tilley reports on the gay prostitute alleging an affair with Haggard.

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The Minimum Wage Debate

Seventy percent of the voters in Ohio support a raise in minimum wage. Lee Cowan speaks to people on both sides of the debate four days before the mid-term election.

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Lab Security Breach Details

Sharyl Attkisson has details on how classified nuclear weapons documents were stolen from Los Alamos, the main U.S. laboratory for nuclear research.

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freeSpeech- Dean And Davidson

With the mid-term election coming up, Jo Ann Davidson and Howard Dean make their cases for voting Republican or Democratic, respectively.

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Race For The Senate

Two years ago, Republicans picked up four Democratic Senate seats, giving the GOP its their biggest majority in years. Gloria Borger reports that their advantage is now in jeopardy.

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CA Firefighter's Kin On Death

A California man could face the death penalty for allegedly setting a fire that killed five firefighters. Harry Smith speaks with Jody McKay and Brenda Zimmerman, sisters of one of the deceased men.

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Assignment America

You pick Steve Hartman's next assignment: California sends delinquents to finishing school, a dummies convention or the world's fastest talker.

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Immigration On Film

The immigration debate is visually documented in this Assignment America piece as the illegal immigrants and those trying to stop them are both given cameras. Steve Hartman reports.

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Weekend Roundup, Elections

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the upcoming elections, Sen. John Kerry's recent gaffe and subsequent apology, and the situation in Iraq.

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Bush To Nudge Missouri Race

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports President Bush is in Missouri making two stops before moving across the Midwest. The race in Missouri is dead even and Republicans could use his help.

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Preview- The Fine Print

Arizona Congressman Jeff Flake wants to stop his House colleagues from showering their political districts with money he feels is misspent. Morley Safer reports.

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Preview- The Ship Breakers

Working for barely a dollar a day with little more than their hands, the ship breakers of Bangladesh strip old ships in one of the world's most dangerous jobs. Bob Simon reports.

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Reporter's Notebook- Safer

Only On The Web: Morley Safer discusses his upcoming "60 Minutes" report on Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and his mission to fight wasteful Congressional earmarks.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on workforce productivity, GM and Ford's sales, mortgage applications fell 3 percent and there's a call for the FTC to crack down on Microsoft.

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Notebook- Female Candidates

Only On The Web: It's a big year for female political candidates: 10 are running for governor. But the big news, says Katie Couric, is that a record number are running for state legislatures.

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