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Monday, January 22, 2007

Sen. Clinton On Her Candidacy

Sen. Hillary Clinton sat down with Katie Couric and discussed her candidacy for president. She reiterated her support for universal health care and energy independence.

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Snow Jokes About Bush Speech

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow playfully teases about President Bush's State of the Union speech during a briefing. Snow describes picking the best part as "looking at drawer full of diamonds."

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Democratic Field Filling Fast

Over the last week, several Democrats have announced their decision to run for president. Karen Brown reports on some groundbreaking candidates.

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Richardson Touts His Record

CBS News RAW: Gov. Bill Richardson, D-N.M., speaks about his qualifications for president, one day after announcing his candidacy.

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Baghdad Blasts Kill Dozens

Two bombings in a Shiite shopping area in Baghdad followed a bloody weekend for U.S. troops. The violence comes as Bush prepares his State of the Union address. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Twin Bomb Blasts In Baghdad

CBS News RAW: Two bombs exploded in a predominantly Shiite commercial area in central Baghdad just after noon. At least 72 people were killed, according to an Iraqi official.

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Hillary Announces '08 Campaign

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., has ended intense speculation and announced her presidential campaign for 2008. Joie Chen reports.

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Clinton Adviser On Campaign

Howard Wolfson, who is a senior adviser to Sen. Hillary Clinton, sits down with Hannah Storm to discuss her recently announced presidential campaign for 2008.

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Baghdad Bomb Blasts Kill 78

Violence continues in Iraq as two bombs were detonated near a Shiite market in Baghdad. The blasts killed at least 78 people. Scott Pelley reports.

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Terror Chief Mocks Iraq Plan

CBS News RAW: The Search for International Terrorist Entities (SITE) Institute said it had intercepted a video from al-Qaeda's deputy leader. Ayman al-Zawahri mocks President Bush's Iraq plan.

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First Look- Clinton & Football

Only On The Web: Katie Couric previews tonight's segments, including her interview with Sen. Hillary Clinton, and Byron Pitts discusses his story on two black coaches who've made NFL history.

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Notebook- Roe V. Wade

Only On The Web: Jan. 22, 2007, marks the 34th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. But Katie Couric notes that the Supreme Court ruling on abortion didn't settle the issue.

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Eye To Eye- Hillary Clinton

Only On The Web: Sen. Hillary Clinton talked with Katie Couric about her candidacy for president. Clinton also discussed her disapproval of President Bush's Iraq plan.

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FTN- Hagel and Politico

FTN 01.21.07: Bob Schieffer talks to Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) and John Harris, Jim VandeHei, and Josephine Hearn from "Politico" about Iraq and the upcoming presidential race.

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Congress Does Right

FTN 01.21.07 part 3: Bob Schieffer has a surprise, some kind words for the way Congress is behaving.

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The Politico Roundtable

FTN 01.21.07, part 2: John Harris, Jim VandeHei, and Josephine Hearn of the new political Web site politico.com give Bob Schieffer their views on the 2008 race for the White House.

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