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Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Obama- I'd Go Into Pakistan

In the face of criticism from rival Hillary Clinton, presidential hopeful Barack Obama says he'd go into Pakistan to fight terrorists, even if that upsets an ally. Karen Brown reports.

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Rumsfeld Testifies On Tillman

Former defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld claimed he had no prior knowledge of Pat Tillman's friendly-fire death in Afghanistan and denied a cover-up. Susan Roberts reports.

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Obama Criticizes Iraq Strategy

CBS News RAW: At a press conference, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., criticized President Bush's Iraq strategy, saying as president he would fight terrorism in Pakistan's remote regions.

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Shaking Hands With The Saudis

Only On The Web: Mideast expert Jonathan Paris and Sheila MacVicar discuss the United States' recent efforts to reach out to Saudi Arabia for help in the war in Iraq.

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Little Rock Long Shot Redux

Mike Huckabee is a dark horse for the Republican presidential nomination, just like a previous former governor of Arkansas who made it to the White House. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Wanted- Strong Iraq Government

American officials in Iraq say more leadership from the government is needed to support military gains being made. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Kids Health Care Battle Grows

The House and Senate are weighing competing bills to expand health care coverage for kids. President Bush says both are too costly. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Obama Talks Tough On Terror

Sen. Barak Obama says that as commander in chief, he would fight terrorists by going into Pakistan if necessary. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Getting Saudi Arabia's Help

After months of political chess and new intelligence on foreign al Qaeda leadership in Iraq, the U.S. is trying try to gain Saudi support. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Senate Panel OK's Tobacco Bill

In what could be a major shake-up for Big Tobacco, the full Senate will consider a landmark law that would change the way cigarettes are made and advertised in the U.S. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Huckabee On Longshot Campaign

Only On The Web: Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee tells Jeff Greenfield what inspired him to run for the Republican presidential nomination.

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Biden 'On Life & Politics'

Presidential hopeful Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., tells Harry Smith that "people need other people to care about them," a lesson he visits in his new book, "Promises To Keep: On Life And Politics."

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'Capitol Bob' On Sen. Stevens

'Capitol Bob' Schieffer speaks with Julie Chen about Sen. Ted Stevens' scandal, Fred Thompson's campaign funds, and Chelsea Clinton's possible White House role.

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Members Project Finalist 2

Harry Smith introduces James Muffley, whose plan to bring affordable wind and solar energy to homes has made him the second finalist to be announced in the American Express Members Project.

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First Look- Rumsfeld And Obama

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and CBS News Senior Producer Chris Dinan discuss tonight's top stories, from Donald Rumsfeld's testimony on the Pat Tillman cover-up to Barack Obama on al Qaeda.

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Eye To Eye- Obama's Stance

Only On The Web: Barack Obama talks to Sharyl Attkisson and makes a bold show of strength by taking a hard line against Pakistan.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a Wall Street's wild ride; another casualty in the sub-prime mortgage market; the Wall Street Journal's new boss; and crude oil closes at a record high.

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Deadly Blasts Hit Baghdad

A car bomb and a fuel tanker explosion killed at least 70 people in Baghdad as instability continues to plague the Iraqi government. Karen Brown reports.

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Bush on Vetoing Kid's Healthcare



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Bush on Tillman



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British Alliances

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown spoke about global issues at the U.N., but was bombarded with questions regarding British troops in Iraq. Frank Ucciardo, Up to the Minute Contributor, has more.

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