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Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Campaign 2008 Preview

It's time to start thinking about the presidential election of 2008, which could be one of the most wide-open in years. CBS News correspondent Cynthia Bowers offers a preview.

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Attkisson, Borger On Congress

How will the congressional changes affect Washington? Hannah Storm speaks with CBS News Capitol Hill correspondent Sharyl Attkisson and CBS News political correspondent Gloria Borger.

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The Buckeye Bounce

Ohio's incumbent Republic senator lost big in an election that was watched very carefully, all thanks to the Buckeye state's critical role in the 2004 election. Lee Cowan reports.

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Wallace, Lockhart On 2008

CBS News political consultant Nicole Wallace and former Press Secretary to Bill Clinton Joe Lockhart discuss the 2008 race for the White House.

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Montana's Tester On Close Race

The race for the majority in the Senate is still up in the air and it's come down to Virginia and Montana. Rene Syler speaks with candidate Jon Tester, D-Mont., who leads by about 2,000 votes.

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Lieberman Gets 6 More Years

Sen. Joseph Lieberman had been left for dead just a few months ago when he lost his party primary. Now Connecticut's three-term senator won as an independent. Byron Pitts reports.

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Chairman On Democrat Win

It's been 12 years since Democrats had control of the House. The push to take over was led by Rep. Rahm Emanuel, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. He speaks with Julie Chen.

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Schieffer's Election Reaction

With Congressional control possibly shifting towards the Democrats, CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer weighs in on Election Day results.

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Senate Cliffhanger In Virginia

Votes are still being counted in Virginia where Democrat candidate Jim Webb holds a slight lead over Republican incumbent George Allen. Wyatt Andrews reports on a race that is still too close to call.

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Democrat Wins In Missouri

Democrats will control the House for the next two years after knocking off 27 GOP incumbents. The Senate is still up for grabs, however. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the Missouri race.

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Election Day Recap

Democrats have won the House and may still take over the Senate. Bill Plante recaps all of the key races in the midterm elections.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street awaits election results; expected crude oil inventory report could lower gas prices; and the government issues warning about a Social Security e-mail scam.

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Pelosi Promises Changes

Only On The Web: Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi talks to Katie Couric about her party's electoral victory and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's resignation.

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Eye To Eye- Nancy Pelosi

Only On The Web: Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi talks with Katie Couric about becoming the first female House speaker, Rumsfeld's resignation and more; then Couric files her notebook.

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First Look- Election Aftermath

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod reports from the White House and discusses the results of the midterm election and the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

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Eye To Eye- Nancy Pelosi

Only On The Web: Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi talks with Katie Couric about becoming the first female House speaker, Rumsfeld's resignation and more.

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Notebook- The People's Voice

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says that if you had to sum up the midterm election, it would boil down to one word: change.

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Top Ten- Gov. Schwarzenegger

Previous to the midterm elections, David Letterman did his "Late Show Top Ten" on "Questions to ask yourself before voting for Schwarzenegger." The California governor was re-elected to a second term.

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Gen. Batiste On Rumsfeld

Gen. John Bastiste commanded the First Infantry Division in Iraq and is one of Donald Rumsfeld's harshest critics. He spoke with Katie Couric about the mistakes Rumsfeld made as Secretary of Defense.

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Donald Rumsfeld Steps Down

One day after the Democrats won control of the House, President Bush announced the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Aleen Sirgany has more details.

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High Court Hears Abortion Case

The Supreme Court listened to arguments on both sides over late-term abortions. President Bush signed a law banning this form of abortion in 2003. Drew Levinson reports.

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Schieffer On Robert Gates

Bob Schieffer speaks about the nomination of former CIA Director Robert Gates as Defense Secretary, replacing Donald Rumsfeld. Schieffer says he expects a reappraisal of U.S. policy in Iraq.

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Rumsfeld Resigns

President Bush announces the resignation of the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and has chosen former CIA Director Robert Gates to replace him.

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U.N. Condemns Cuban Embargo

Portia Siegelbaum reports on Cuban distain for the U.S. economic and trade embargo. For a 15th straight year the U.N. voted in favor of a resolution condemning the U.S. embargo on Cuba.

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More Changes In Washington

One day after voters showed their discontent with the war in Iraq and put Democrats back in charge of the House, President Bush says Donald Rumsfeld is being replaced. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush On GOP's Loss

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on Democrats gaining control of the House. He said he told his party to put the loss behind them and to embrace working with the Democrats.

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Bush On Rumsfeld's Resignation

President Bush told reporters last week that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld would stay on. But after the election, Bush said he didn't want to inject war decisions into the final days of campaign.

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Tester- Middle Class Empowered

CBS News RAW: Democrat Jon Tester spoke to supporters after defeating Sen. Conrad Burns in the Montana Senate race.

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Pelosi- Votes Speak For Change

CBS News RAW: House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi spoke about the change in the country's direction that's expected after Democrats take control of the House.

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Claire McCaskill Wins In Mo.

CBS News RAW: Democratic challenger Claire McCaskill thanked Missouri's voters for electing her and promised to earn the trust and respect of those who did not vote for her.

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Schwarzenegger Is Back

CBSNews RAW: After defeating opponent Phil Angelides, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., says he loves doing sequels and this is his favorite one.

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Corker Wins Tenn. Sen. Race

CBS News RAW: Bob Corker scored a Senate win for the GOP in Tennessee by defeating Democratic Rep. Harold Ford, Jr.

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Jim Webb- 'We Won'

CBS News RAW: Although an official winner has not been declared yet, Democratic challenger Jim Webb told supporters that he defeated Sen. George Allen to win the Virginia Senate seat.

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George Allen Still Hopeful

CBSNews RAW: Locked in a tight race with Democrat Jim Webb, George Allen, R-Va., tells his supporters that votes are still being counted in Virginia.

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Ford Concedes Tenn. Race

CBS News RAW: Democratic Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. conceded the Tennessee Senate race to Republican Bob Corker.

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Congressional Election Wrap Up

Sharyl Atkisson talks to Katie Couric about the Congressional election, where Democrats scored big wins thanks in part to a referendum on President Bush and the war in Iraq.

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Bob Schieffer On The Elections

CBS News projects the Democrats will take control of the House of Representatives. Bob Schieffer explains how national issues tilted the election in favor of the Democrats.

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Why The Democrats Did So Well

Anthony Mason explains how the midterm elections were a referendum on President Bush and his handling of the war in Iraq. Democrats were able to draw in a sizeable amount of the GOP's key base.

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Virginia Race Not Over Yet

Glenda Parker, the independent candidate in Virginia, could determine who wins the state's Senate race; she has more votes than the difference between Jim Webb and George Allen. Gloria Borger reports.

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Pelosi Pledges New Direction

CBS News RAW: With the Democrats projected to take control of the House of Representatives, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi promised to lead the country in a new direction.

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Kinky Friedman Loses In Texas

Entertainer Kinky Friedman's hopes of becoming governor of Texas ended when results showed Republican Gov. Rick Perry winning the election.

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Clinton Re-Elected Senator

CBS News RAW: Sen. Hillary Clinton beat John Spencer, the former mayor of Yonkers, by more than 30 points. She addressed her supporters at a victory rally.

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Sherrod Brown Wins In Ohio

CBSNews RAW: Democratic Rep. Sherrod Brown spoke to supporters after he was elected to the Senate from Ohio, defeating incumbent Republican Sen. Mike DeWine.

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Change At The Pentagon

Katie Couric spoke with Bob Schieffer and Lara Logan about Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's resignation. Schieffer talked about Robert Gates' nomination and Logan offered perspective from Iraq.

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Election Night Recap

Gloria Borger highlights some of the election night trends like the gender gap, who the evangelicals voted for, immigration reform and African-American elects among others.

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Reflecting On Rumsfeld

CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr chronicles the career of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and reflects on Rumsfeld's controversial six years in office.

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Gen. Batiste On Rumsfeld

Gen. John Batiste, who commanded the First Infantry Division in Iraq, spoke with Katie Couric about Donald Rumsfeld's resignation. The defense secretary has been under fire from some military brass.

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Pelosi On Her New Position

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. spoke with Katie Couric about being the first woman to serve as Speaker of the House and the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of Defense.

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All Eyes On Virginia

Democrat Jim Webb has a slim lead over Sen. George Allen in Virginia, where unofficial results are being canvassed. A win by Webb will give the Democrats control of the Senate. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush- The Day After

Hours after the Republicans lost control of the House, President Bush announced the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and the nomination of Robert Gates. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Lots Of Ballot Initiatives

Stem cell research and anti-gay marriage initiatives were among those on ballots nationwide. Arizonans are voting whether to award a $1 million lottery prize to a lucky voter. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Early Results Analysis

Katie Couric talks with CBS News political analysts Mike McCurry and Nicolle Wallace, who have been through a few nail-biting election nights and know what they are like ? from the inside.

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Patrick Elected Governor In MA

CBS News RAW: Democrat Deval Patrick spoke to a crowd of supporters after winning the governor race in Massachusetts.

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