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Monday, November 5, 2007

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The Exciting Fred Thompson



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Rachel Maddow w/ Eliot Spitzer



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Mayor On A Mission

New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg sits down with Harry Smith to discuss his proposal for a carbon taxing.

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Drew Carey's Pot Campaign

Price Is Right host Drew Carey has drawn criticism for his support of medicinal marijuana and his campaign for its increased legalization. Meg Oliver reports.

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Marijuana's Medicinal Use

Julie Chen speaks with psychologist Jeff Gardere about the raging debate over medicinal marijuana and how its use can bring relief to sufferers of some of the most debilitating of diseases.

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Pakistan Plunged Into Turmoil

'Only On The Web': Protests have erupted across Pakistan in opposition to President Musharraf's declared state of emergency as a means to crack down on critics. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Musharraf Declares Emergency

President Gen. Pervez Musharraf has declared a state of emergency in Pakistan ahead of court ruling contesting his rule, plunging the country into further political turmoil. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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U.S.-Pakistan Relations Risked

Foreign policy expert Michael O'Hanlon speaks with Harry Smith about the situation in Pakistan and explains why working with President Musharraf remains the Bush administration's best option.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's rocky ride; expected consumer reports; the mortgage crisis hits Merrill Lynch; and a major announcement pairing Google with cell phones.

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Monday: Thousands protest against emergency rule in Pakistan. Hollywood writers go on strike. And, a link between the amount of sleep kids get and obesity.

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Biden Ad- "Cathedral"

Joe Biden describes riding home from Baghdad in a C-130 with a flag-draped coffin in the cargo bay. "It turned that cargo bay into a cathedral," Biden says.

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A Closer Look At Pakistan

Long considered a terrorist training ground, Pakistan poses a potential risk to the U.S. Katie Couric reports President Bush is walking a tightrope with the nation's leader.

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New Terror Threats Possible

After recent political instability in Pakistan, some analysts now claim that al Qaeda could take advantage of this situation in planning attacks against the U.S. Bob Orr reports from Washington.

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First Look- Writers On Strike

Bill Whitaker previews the top stories on tonight's 'Evening News' including the Writers Guild Of America strike, turmoil in Pakistan and a study linking sleep deprivation in children to obesity.

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Bhutto On Pakistan Crisis

Former Prime Minister and opposition leader of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto speaks with Dave Browde about the country's current political state of emergency.

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Curve Ball Revealed

Bob Simon tells the story of the Iraqi defector known as "Curve Ball," whose fabricated story of mobile biological weapons drove the U.S. argument for invading Iraq.

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Drumheller On Early Warnings

Only on the Web: Former CIA agent Tyler Drumheller was warned by German authorities that the Iraqi intelligence source known as Curve Ball might not be credible.

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