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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Political Roundtable 1

David Yepsen of The Des Moines Register, Karen Tumulty of Time and Jim VandeHei of politico.com analyze what the results of the Iowa Straw Poll mean for Republican presidential contenders.

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Huckabee's Big Win?

Former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee took second place in the Iowa straw poll. He tells Jim Axelrod that means he's a top tier candidate.

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Searching For Jacob

60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley traveled to the Darfur region in Sudan to track down a boy whose village was destroyed by the Janjaweed Arab militia. Millions of people have been displaced.

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Heat Shield Repairs

NASA is looking into the best way to repair the damage to the Shuttle Endeavour's heat shield. CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood explains how the damage occured and discusses possible solutions.

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Massive Foreclosure Wave Looms

Interest rates on subprime mortgages will peak this fall in an economic tsunami that may cost over two million people their homes. Michelle Miller reports.

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Romney Wins Straw Poll

With Romney's expected win, the real race in the Iowa Republican straw poll was for second-place won by Mike Huckabee. But top contenders Giuliani and McCain were no-shows. Joie Chen reports.

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The Plot to Bury Congress



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Is Obama Black Enough?



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2005- Gaza Pullout

This Week In History: On Aug. 15, 2005, David Hawkins reported that Jewish settlers began pulling out from the Gaza Strip, in the first withdrawal in the region's troubled history.

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