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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Military Family Reunion

They hadn't seen each other since Christmas, and Terian thought her father was in Iraq...until his surprise visit to her third-grade class. Mark Strassmann has the story.

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Eye To Eye- Ministries Probed

Only On The Web: The watchdog group Trinity Foundation investigates the religious rich. Its founder, Ole Anthony, talks about his crusade to hold big-money ministries accountable.

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Protesters Demo Waterboarding

CBS News Raw: Members of the group Code Pink demonstrate waterboarding at a protest on Capitol Hill. The group is calling on senators to vote against Attorney General nominee Michael Mukasey.

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Italy Terror Arrests

Investigators working on a pan-European sting say they've uncovered a group of Islamic extremists trying to send suicide bombers into Iraq and Afghanistan. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bhutto Refuses Musharraf Meeting

Only On The Web: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has refused to negotiate with Gen. Musharraf, after arriving in Islamabad to meet with opposition leaders. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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World Watches Pakistan

World leaders are leaning on Pakistan's president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, to reinstate the country's constitution and expedite democratic elections. Susan Roberts reports.

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Campaign Ads Evolve

Campaign advertising has evolved along with technology and the '08 presidential candidates have seized upon the Internet's potential as a powerful campaign tool. Jeff Glor reports.

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U.S. Pressures Pakistan

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar speaks with the U.S. ambassador to Pakistan, Anne Patterson, about the country's political turmoil and pressure to hold democratic elections as scheduled.

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Import Safety Breached

Julie Chen speaks with Secretary of Heath and Human Services Michael Leavitt about the massive toy recall and what the government is doing to keep consumers safe.

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All Eyes On Pakistan Elections

Benazir Bhutto has refused to negotiate with Pakistan president Gen. Musharraf, whose violent crackdown on opponents has gained worldwide attention. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Averting A Nuclear Crisis

Pakistan's status as a nuclear power is under scrutiny after Gen. Musharraf's declaration of marshal law. Harry Smith speaks with terror expert Michael Scheuer about the region's political turmoil.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on how sleep deprivation can make kids fat; the heart benefits of Yoga; and government instructions on how to dispose of old medicines.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on soaring gas prices; the mortgage crisis' Wall Street impact; PetroChina's $1 trillion-dollar distinction; and GM's plan for eco-friendly vehicles.

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Notebook- Pakistan

Katie Couric says the U.S.'s relationship with Pakistan follows the adage "politics makes strange bedfellows."

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John Ensign- Saxby Chambliss For Senate


Hello, I'm Senator John Ensign, Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. My friend Saxby Chambliss of Georgia is running for re-election to the U.S. Senate.

As a former member of the House, Saxby uses that experience as a current member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to combat terrorism.

He was unanimously elected to serve as the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture. The only Senator since 1947 to chair a full Senate committee after having served just two years.

Since agriculture supports one in every six jobs in Georgia, Saxby has been proud to champion the cause. On his first day as Chairman, Saxby worked for the committee's unanimous approval of the new Secretary of Agriculture and later worked to maintain key provisions of the 2002 farm bill.

As a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Saxby has dedicated himself to working on behalf of Georgia's military installations.

At the same time, Saxby 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 Georgia.

Help Senator Saxby Chambliss keep up the fight at http://www.Saxby.org

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John Ensign- Coleman For Senate


As a Senator, Norm Coleman has built on the experience he gained as Mayor of St. Paul and worked hard in the Senate on the issues that matter most to Minnesota -- ensuring access to health care services at a reasonable cost, protecting our homeland and advocating for Minnesota's agricultural and rural communities.

In the Senate, Norm has learned the importance of real world solutions to our problems to get the job done and he wants to keep working for Minnesota.

Help Senator Norm Coleman keep up the fight at http://www.ColemanForSenate.com

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Campaigning in Second Life

Politico steps into a virtual reality world where several of the presidential candidates are hoping to pick up voters. (Additional clips copyright 2007, Linden Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved)

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