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Monday, November 6, 2006

Campaign ?06 Winds Down

With the midterm elections a day away, and control of Congress at stake, both parties are working to the very last minute. Bill Plante reports from Crawford, Tx.

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'Time For A Change'

Republican challenger Robert Lorge blames Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl for the state's Medicare woes in a Western-themed ad.

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Ned Lamont Makes 'Bad Coffee'

Democratic Senate candidate Ned Lamont appears in an ad in which he pokes fun at himself and calls upon Sen. Joe Lieberman to stick to the issues.

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MoneyWatch

Chrysler may start cutting prices; more signs of an ailing housing market; investors will be watching the mid-term election; and the NFL is coming to your phone. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Memories Of An Old War

Only On The Web: Ray Stone talks to Richard Schlesinger about serving on the USS Intrepid over 60 years ago. The ship will undergo extensive renovations that could take up to two years.

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First Look- Election Countdown

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is working on an election special, so Sharyl Attkisson gives "First Look" viewers a glimpse of CBS' election coverage.

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Notebook- Henry Kissinger

Only On The Web: Katie Couric notes it's been 30 years since Henry Kissinger left government, but the 83-year-old never finds himself far from controversy.

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The Downside Of Energy Drinks

Energy drinks packed with caffeine may go down easy, but they pack a wallop that could be bad news for young people. Rene Syler speaks with Samantha Heller about what to be wary of with these drinks.

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'Joint Task Force'

In the real-time strategy game "Joint Task Force," you lead your men into dangerous areas like Iraq and Afghanistan and confront your enemies using the latest in military technology.

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HealthWatch

Japanese and U.S. researchers have found a new use for stem cells; belly fat among U.S. kids and teens has increased since the 1990s; and regular exercise can boost energy levels. Meg Oliver reports.

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Exclusive- 'Virtual Earth 3-D'

Microsoft has entered the Internet map wars with 3-D models. The plan is that one day users will not only be able to navigate sidewalks but even enter stores and shop online. Anthony Mason reports.

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Saddam's Death Sentence

Reporting from Baghdad, chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports it was a day of reckoning for millions, while those who still support the former dictator are furious.

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The President's Status

President Bush's low approval ratings led some GOP candidates to decline his help campaigning. Jim Axelrod reports he only visited heavily conservative areas in Florida.

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Iraq Is The Issue

Byron Pitts reports the outcomes of three high profile Congressional races in Connecticut are coming down to voters' opinions on the Iraq war.

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Missouri's 'Fox Factor'

Stem cell research is the hot button issue in Missouri this year. Sharyn Alfonsi reports the Senate race here may be too close to call for days.

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Getting Out The Vote

In Ohio, campaign volunteers are taking advantage of every second left. Lee Cowan reports the Democrats now seem better organized to mobilize against the GOP.

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Pre-Election Poll Numbers

Bob Schieffer gives Katie Couric a roundup of the final poll numbers, predicting that the Democrats will take the House and the Senate will be split 50-50.

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Election Effects Felt Abroad

Iraqis and other foreigners are questioning if the increased insurgency and Saddam Hussein's verdict are linked to the midterm elections in the U.S. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Showdown In Connecticut

Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman lost the Democratic primary to Ned Lamont last August, but the latest poll has him leading his anti-war opponent. Karen Brown reports from Hartford, Conn.

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Countdown To Election Day

Aleen Sirgany reports on how Republicans and Democrats are putting their most influential candidates on the campaign trail before Election Day. They are spending heavily to get out the vote.

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Blair Against Saddam Execution

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Tony Blair, pressed to say whether he approves of Saddam's Hussein's death sentence, eventually said the U.K.'s stance is against all capital punishment.

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Iraqis Rally Against Sentence

CBS News RAW: Hundreds of Iraqis joined protest marches in the cities of Samarra and Hawija, chanting slogans against former president Saddam Hussein's death sentence.

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Iraqis Rally Against Sentence

CBS News RAW: Hundreds of Iraqis joined protest marches in the cities of Samarra and Hawija, chanting slogans against former president Saddam Hussein's death sentence.

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Saddam's Effect On Voters

President Bush hopes the recent guilty verdict given to Saddam Hussein is evidence for voters that the county is making strides towards democracy. Jim Axelrod reports.

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High-tech Balloting Problems

As new high-tech electronic voting machines are set into place for Election Day, the possibility of a large turnout has many poll workers on edge. Lee Cowan investigates.

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Tribunal Finds Saddam Guilty

After a nine-month trail, Iraq's High Tribunal found Saddam Hussein guilty of crimes against humanity and ordered that the former dictator be hanged. Lara Logan reports from Baghdad.

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