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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Notebook- Peace With Korea?

Only on the Web: Katie Couric talks about North Korea's recent agreement to disable their nuclear facilities. Although this is only a first step, perhaps it will lead to a lasting Korean peace.

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Economy May Collapse With Mine

As families grieve the miners lost in the Crandall Canyon mine collapse in Utah, remaining miners are losing their jobs. Seth Doane reports.

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Fake Checks, Real Victims

The U.S. government is cracking down on overseas scammers who send fake checks to Americans in exchange for real money. Bob Orr reports.

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Health Care Veto Hurts GOP

The Democrats have launched a shame campaign on Republicans after President Bush vetoed a bill that would expand health insurance to poor children. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Blackwater Practice Overlooked

Security contractors are needed so desperately in Iraq, reckless tactics went unreported. David Martin reports

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Blackwater Rescues Ambassador

Blackwater was the only air team available to rescue the Polish ambassador after a car bomb, but before it was over the Iraqi government announced the company was banished. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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First Look- Blackwater In Deep

Elizabeth Palmer previews tonight's top stories, including more on the Blackwater investigation as well as its involvement in the rescue of the Polish ambassador to Iraq.

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Bush On Child's Health Veto

CBS News RAW: Speaking at the Lancaster, Pa., Chamber of Commerce, President Bush defended his veto of a children's health insurance bill saying his government supports private health care.

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Blackwater Under Fire

Blackwater USA founder, Erik Prince, is under fire as the investigation into his security firm's conduct in Iraq widens. Chip Reid reports.

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Defense Contractor Accountability

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer speaks to a private defense contractor about the lack of accountability faced by many firms offering support services to the U.S. military in Iraq.

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Ambassador's Cars Destroyed

CBS News RAW: Three cars that were involved in a roadside bombing that injured the Polish ambassador to Iraq and killed two others.

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'William Tell' Mom

After years of parenting, comedian Anita Renfroe put her semantics to song and the result is an Internet phenomenon. She sits down with Hannah Storm to talk about her comic brainchild.

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Facebook Under Fire

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is leading a movement to crackdown on the social networking Web site, which has become a magnate for online predators. Hannah Storm reports.

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5 Dead In Energy Plant Fire

Five workers trapped in an underground water tunnel perished in a deadly explosion at a Colorado hydro-electrical plant. Gwen Belton reports.

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Neil Armstrong Looks Back

Only On The Web: Ed Bradley brought Neil Armstong and Walter Cronkite together to reminisce about landing on the moon.

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Wednesday: The same security firm that's under fire in Iraq is called to the rescue. The president and Congress at odds over children's health coverage. And, appealing to voters' emotions.

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Wednesday: The same security firm that's under fire in Iraq is called to the rescue. The president and Congress at odds over children's health coverage. And, appealing to voters' emotions.

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Wednesday: The same security firm that's under fire in Iraq is called to the rescue. The president and Congress at odds over children's health coverage. And, appealing to voters' emotions.

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Eye to Eye- Voting With Heart

Only on the Web: Katie Couric speaks with Drew Westen, author of "The Political Brain," who says that science shows that people vote emotionally, and that Democrats especially, need to play to that.

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ISP- Tiny Corn Gun

On today's show: Sen. Larry Craig heads back to Capitol Hill; guns made of corn stalks; and the Neiman Marcus Christmas book.

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ISP- Tiny Corn Gun

On today's show: Sen. Larry Craig heads back to Capitol Hill; guns made of corn stalks; and the Neiman Marcus Christmas book.

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Alt Report- The Iraq Mess



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ISP- Sex Toy Ban

On today's show: Texas lawmakers play fast and loose with votes; a sex toy lawsuit in Alabama; and lame laws of the land

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ISP- Sex Toy Ban

On today's show: Texas lawmakers play fast and loose with votes; a sex toy lawsuit in Alabama; and lame laws of the land.

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