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Monday, August 13, 2007

Bed-Ridden Man Beaten On Tape

CBS News RAW: A home health care worker was caught on tape beating a 90-year-old, bed-ridden man that was left in her care.

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Karl Rove Steps Down

CBS News RAW: White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove announced his resignation, saying he wants to spend more time with his family in Texas.

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Dems Discuss Gay Issues

At a forum sponsored by LOGO, the lesbian and gay network, the Democratic candidates showed support on nearly all issues, but held back on gay marriage. Jason Bellini reports.

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Rove Calls It Quits

Often credited for being the mastermind behind President Bush's two-term administration, Karl Rove resigned his post as deputy chief of staff to spend more time at home. Pauline Chiou reports.

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Taliban Releases 2 Hostages

CBS News Raw: Two South Korean women were released by the Taliban in Afghanistan after being held hostage since mid-July.

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Why Is Rove Leaving Now?

Former White House Communications Director and current CBS political analyst, Nicolle Wallace talks with Katie Couric about Karl Rove's departure.

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What Is Rove's Legacy?

Karl Rove got George W. Bush elected to two terms as president. But he didn't succeed in his dream of a establishing a permanent Republican majority. Jeff Greenfield has the story.

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Small Miracle In Iraq

Lara Logan reports on Fatima, an Iraqi baby girl who has survived after losing her parents and captivated the American soldiers who rescued her.

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Rove Steps Away

Karl Rove, the architect of President Bush's rise to the White House, is leaving. Jim Axelrod reports on Rove's legacy.

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Does Shuttle Need Repairs?

NASA scientists thought they had solved the space shuttle's foam problem, but a small piece broke free and has gouged a hole in Endeavour. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Asian Beauty

Makeup artist Taylor Chang-Babaian denounces the one-size-fits-all approach to makeup for Asian women and shows Julie Chen what really works, which is covered in her book "Asian Faces."

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DiCaprio's '11th Hour'

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio sits down with Julie Chen to discuss his passion for the environment, which fueled the making of the documentary "The 11th Hour."

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Shuttle Repair Mission

Insulating foam broke off from the shuttle Endeavour during liftoff and NASA is now looking at ways to repair the spacecraft before reentry. Space consultant Bill Harwood explains.

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Greenfield On Rove

Harry Smith speaks with senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield about Karl Rove's resignation and what it means for the Republican party in 2008.

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Karl Rove To Resign

The Wall Street Journal has revealed that the president's top aide, Karl Rove, will resign at the end of the month. The White House has confirmed Rove's resignation. Bill Plante reports.

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Dealing With Mortgage Meltdown

After the mortgage meltdown on the stock market, Stephanie AuWerter, Editor at Smartmoney.com, offers some helpful tips to borrowers, buyers and sellers.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Stray bullets near an Army Reserve base, Big Ben goes silent, Karl Rove resigns while Cal Ripken Jr. comes on board.

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Karl Rove resigns; the Iowa Republican straw poll results; and a hog-callin' contest.

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ISP- Naked Priest

On today's "Irregularly Scheduled Programming": A naked priest runs wild in Colorado, "M.C." Rove says "peace out," and we continue our investigation of the sexual dark side of Craigslist.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the mortgage and credit crunch; calls for a rate cut by the Federal Reserve; housing market relief for investors; and new trends in consumer spending.

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Endeavor Repair Contemplated

As Endeavor's astronauts perform a spacewalk to repair the international space station, NASA engineers ponder another spacewalk to fix a gash on the shuttle's underbelly. Drew Levinson reports.

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Rove To Step Down

Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove has announced that he is stepping down. Ken Walsh, Political Reporter for U.S. News and World Report, weighs in on the decision and what it means for President Bush.

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Assessing The Shuttle

While the Shuttle Endeavour has sustained some heat shield damage, NASA representatives say it shouldn't affect the re-entry. CBS News Space Analyst Bill Harwood weighs in.

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On "War Critics" O'Hanlon & Pollack



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Vows- Vows- Elizabeth & Jonathan

Elizabeth Faidley picked out a random violin from the violin shop where Jonathan Solars was working to ensure that she would see him again.

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Political Roundtable 2

David Yepsen of The Des Moines Register, Karen Tumulty of Time and Jim VandeHei of politico.com talk to Jim Axelrod about what Iowa polls mean for the Democrats running for president.

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