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Friday, October 19, 2007

Bhutto Blames Muslim Militants

Former premier of Pakistan, Benezir Bhutto, is accusing Islamic militants for detonating the two bombs that targeted her homecoming convoy. As many as 136 people died. Susan Roberts reports.

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Stocks Drop On 'Gray Friday'

Twenty years to the day after the "Black Monday" crash of 1987 the stock market suffered a major setback. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Bhutto Blames Extremists

Pakistan's former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto blamed an assassination attempt on al Qaeda and Taliban militants but vowed to continue her push for democracy. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Power Of The Evangelical Vote

Christian evangelicals make up nearly 25 percent of the electorate, but are deeply frustrated because they cannot find a conservative candidate to support. Chip Reid reports.

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Bhutto's Enemies Under Suspect

Harry Smith speaks with journalist Tim Marshall in Karachi about possible suspects in the assassination attempt on Benezir Bhutto and how the attack will impact her return to politics.

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Bhutto's Motorcade Bombed

Over 130 people were killed in an assassination attempt on Benezir Bhutto, signaling the former Pakistan Prime Minster's return to a nation marked by political instability. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Friday: Wall Street marks the anniversary of Black Monday with a mini-crash. And, a deadly storm system rips across the country. Then, a mother hears from the son she lost 30 years ago.

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Friday: Wall Street marks the anniversary of Black Monday with a mini-crash. And, a deadly storm system rips across the country. Then, a mother hears from the son she lost 30 years ago.

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Eye To Eye- Evangelical Voters

Only On The Web: Evangelical leader Jim Wallis tells Katie Couric that followers of the religious right are more than just two-issue voters, embracing causes such as poverty and climate change.

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Granny D

Northeastern University, Boston, MA Doris "Granny D" Haddock walked 3,200 miles across the country for campaign finance reform at an age when most people are well retired. Now she has a new cause.

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1988 Convention- George Bush On National Guard


Whether someone made phone calls on his behalf to get into the national guard: "No I don't think so."

"They should have probably called up the National Guard in those days. Maybe we would have done better in Vietnam."

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Hillary's Blackwater Ties



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