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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Mark Warner's Broken Promises

Once failed Senate candidate, former presidential candidate and still VP hopeful Mark Warner has decided to take on a new kind of campaign for him -- a campaign focused entirely on his record. The first question he'll have to answer is a $1.38 billion question: why did Mark Warner break his promise to the people of Virginia?

Mark Warner PROMISED "I Will Not Raise Taxes" -- but he broke that promise. How many more promises will he break?

http://www.DontMarkWarner.com

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Urbaneye- Art with Marching Orders

Melena Ryzik of The Times reports from the third annual Art Parade in SoHo, New York.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on more options for homeowners facing foreclosure; Wal-Mart unveils a new slogan; and a merger between two satellite radio giants waits for FCC approval.

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First Look- 'Evening News'

Only On The Web: Kelly Wallace previews tonight's "Evening News," which includes stories about President Bush's speech and a feature about a surf camp for autistic kids.

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Greenspan On Housing Market

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan talks to Lesley Stahl about the subprime lending abuses roiling the U.S. economy.

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Lesley Stahl's Notebook

Only On The Web: Lesley Stahl previews a "60 Minutes" piece in which she interviews Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve.

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Iraq Strategy Analyzed

Julie Chen speaks with Michael O'Hanlon from the Brookings Institution about President Bush's plan to withdraw 30,000 troops from Iraq and what this means for the overall security of the Middle East.

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War Plan Criticized

President Bush is set to announce the withdrawal of 30,000 troops from Iraq, bringing the number down to pre-surge levels. Congressional Democrats are saying this is not enough. Bill Plante reports.

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Thursday: A Sunni sheik is killed after aligning with the U.S. in Iraq, Hurricane Humberto strikes quickly, homeowners worry about foreclosure and using the ocean's waves to help autistic children.

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Bush Addresses Nation On Iraq

CBS News Raw: In his address to the nation, President Bush said that a free Iraq is critical to U.S. security and that "the more successful we are, the American troops can return home."

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Reed- "Time To Change Course"

CBS News RAW: Sen. Jack Reed, Democrat from Rhode Island and member of the Armed Services Committee, criticizes the president's Iraq policy and calls for change.

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Mascot Melee

The University of Oregon Duck charged the Houston Cougar after a friendly school competition took a nasty turn at Autzen Stadium.

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Thursday: A Sunni sheik is killed after aligning with the U.S. in Iraq, Hurricane Humberto strikes quickly, homeowners worry about foreclosure and using the ocean's waves to help autistic children.

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Bush Speech Preview

President Bush is expected to ask the American public to give time for U.S. troops to stabilize Iraq. Susan Roberts reports.

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Ask Diego

Politico asked Washington, D.C. hair stylist Diego D'Ambrosio which of the candidates make "the cut" in 2008.

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Ask Diego

Politico asked Washington, D.C. hair stylist Diego D'Ambrosio which of the candidates make "the cut" in 2008.

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Ask Diego

Politico asked Washington, D.C. hair stylist Diego D'Ambrosio which of the candidates make "the cut" in 2008.

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Is This Really What You Voted For?

"We bought it. We own it. And we're going to take it back." That's Eli Pariser, founder of MoveOn.org talking about the Democrat Party.

This week, MoveOn.org did just that -- they took out a full page ad in the New York Times and labeled an honorable four star United States General a betrayer to his country.

What's worse is that Senate Democrats sat silent while it happened. Why won't Democrats denounce MoveOn.org's tactics and return their campaign contributions?

Because Democrats were bought and paid for by MoveOn.org -- watch the NRSC's latest web video to see for yourself. Then, ask Democrats who answers to whom.

http://www.nrsc.org

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Petraeus- Can't Predict Pace

Katie Couric interviews Gen. David Petraeus about reducing the number of U.S. troops in Iraq on tonight's CBS Evening News. Watch the extended video.

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Petraeus Gets Bush's Blessing

Following his report to Congress, Gen. Petraeus gets Bush's blessing to continue with his plan until summer, when some troops will come home. Katie Couric reports from Washington, D.C.

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