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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Wall Street Recovery Expected

Investors anticipate continued gains for the Dow as the blue chips pushed the market above the 14,000 for the first time in three months. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Tuesday: The Blackwater security firm takes fire on Capitol Hill. Why are taxpayers buying federal workers premium plane tickets? And, the newest thing in advertising.

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Tuesday: The Blackwater security firm takes fire on Capitol Hill. Why are taxpayers buying federal workers premium plane tickets? And, the newest thing in advertising.

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Tuesday: The Blackwater security firm takes fire on Capitol Hill. Why are taxpayers buying federal workers premium plane tickets? And, the newest thing in advertising.

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Sputnik 50 Years Later

Recovered archival footage allows a look back at the 1957 launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik and the response from the United States (courtesy of the film "Sputnik Mania").

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World Markets Follow Dow High

World markets surged after the Dow closed at a record high. Eased concerns over the credit crisis and hope of an interest rate cut caused an early, fourth-quarter rally. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Protest Clash In South Korea

CBS News RAW: Plain-clothed police officers clashed with anti-government demonstrators following a summit between the leaders of North and South Korea.

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British Troops To Return Home

Gordon Brown made a surprise visit to Iraq to set a timetable for sending British troops back home. One thousand British troops are expected to be home by Christmas. Susan Roberts reports.

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Blackwater CEO Defends Actions

CBS News RAW: The CEO of Blackwater says that his security firm fills a gap in Iraq that the U.S. military is unable to handle. His company has been under fire for reckless behavior.

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Obama- 'I Will End This War" CBS News RAW: In an address at Chicago's DePaul University, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., pledged to end the Iraq war, proposing a staggered troop withdrawal to culminate "within sixteen months." 70 CBS

Harry Smith speaks with financial author and radio talk show host Dave Ramsey about common misconceptions about home ownership, especially in light of the current sub prime mortgage crisis.

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Demystifying Home Ownership

Harry Smith speaks with financial author and radio talk show host Dave Ramsey about common misconceptions about home ownership, especially in light of the current sub prime mortgage crisis.

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Mom Accused Of Killing Kids

An Ohio woman is in police custody after allegedly drowning her two children in a bathtub before calling their father at work to tell him his daughters were "at peace." WOIO's Blake Chenault reports.

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Supreme Court Takes Crack Case

The Supreme Court will decide if judges may lower crack cocaine sentences. Wyatt Andrews reports that with sentences far stiffer than for powder cocaine, it's become a racial issue.

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Tax Payers Fund Luxury Flights

A GAO report shows federal workers are breaking the rules limiting first-class flights, and taxpayers are picking up the tab. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Blackwater Defends Practices

The chairman of Blackwater is grilled over its handling of contractor killings in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Crime Scene Iraq?

The Blackwater case sheds light on the problem of applying the law to contractors. Elizabeth Palmer reports no foreign security contractors have been prosecuted since the invasion.

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Labor Now- Rat Employer



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One Lawmaker, Many Votes



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Ann Coulter Wants A Fatwa



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