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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Dubai Inc., Part 1

Wealthy, a magnet for business and tourism and a stable island in the Middle East, Dubai is the success story of the region. Steve Kroft reports. (This story originally aired on Oct. 17, 2007.)

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A Clean Version Of Hell

Scott Pelley takes us into the highly secretive "Supermax" federal prison where some of the world's most notorious criminals and terrorists are held, including the Unabomber and members of al Qaeda.

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Blackwater Welcomes Oversight

The founder of Blackwater welcomes additional oversight the U.S. government would impose on his armed guards stemming from the shooting incident in Baghdad in which 17 Iraqis died. Lara Logan reports.

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Blackwater Preview

Blackwater USA's founder welcomes any additional oversight the U.S. government would impose on his guards stemming from the shooting incident last month in which 17 Iraqis died. Lara Logan reports.

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Roundtable On Foreign Policy

The New York Times' Dave Sanger talks to Bob Schieffer about the implications of the Israeli bombing of Syria. Then, Politico.com's Jim Vandehei addresses Sen. John McCain's campaign.

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McCain On The Campaign

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks with Bob Schieffer about how his presidential campaign is going and what he thinks of Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani.

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McCain- No Nukes For Iran

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks with Bob Schieffer about how he would handle Iran if they produced nuclear weapons, saying the imposition of "painful sanctions" would be one of the first steps.

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Schieffer- Gore's Prize

Bob Schieffer comments on Al Gore winning the Nobel Peace Prize and gaining the esteem of the world, while also triggering rumors that he may again run for president.

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Art For A Condemned Man

An artist who painted scenes described to her in correspondence with a death-row inmate, hopes her paintings could save him from execution. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Could Black Monday Come Again?

Alexis Christoforous takes a look at how current market conditions compare to those that led to the infamous 1987 stock market crash.

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Blackwater Under Fire At Home

Iraq is adamant that Blackwater be expelled from the country after a shoot-out killed 17 Iraqis. The security contractor also faces private lawsuits and a congressional inquiry. Seth Doane reports.

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U.S Tries To Calm Turkey

The U.S. is trying to keep peace between Turkey and the Kurds, but Turkey is furious over Congress's resolution recognizing the WWI-era Armenian genocide. Joie Chen reports.

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Candidates Watch The Calendar

Trailing candidates get no rest as they try to catch up with front-runners before the early primaries. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Limited Help For Starvation

The U.S. budget for food aid has remained stagnant for the last three years. As a result, less food is available for countries in need. Thalia Assuras reports.

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John Ensign- Roberts For Senate


As a Senator, Pat has fought hard for Kansans -- on issues like free and fair trade policies for agriculture and businesses; ensuring access to health care services at a reasonable cost and providing a strong education system for our children.

His dedication to the people of Kansas, and to all Americans, began when he was elected to the U.S. House and continues today as a member of the U.S. Senate.

Pat has fought for a strong national defense and a limited, effective government. He's committed himself to making sure working families get to keep more of their hard earned money.

Pat has worked tirelessly in support of our shared values and our conservative principles. At the same time, Pat has learned the importance of reaching across the political aisle to find the best possible solutions to the issues Americans face and he wants to keep working for Kansas.

But Pat can't keep up the fight alone -- it takes your support both financially and in the voting booth in November 2008 to make these goals a reality.

http://www.RobertsForSenate.com

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Frankly Falling Flat (& Burritos For Senate?)


Check out this funny clip about Al Franken's Senate campaign falling flat, and some guy named Burritos running for Senate.

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