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Monday, November 12, 2007

Rudy's Healthcare



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Politicians To Court Brides?

Two and a half million women are planning to marry this year. Kelly Wallace reports on how 2008 presidential candidates may need to court their vote.

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Fire In East London

An alarming plume of black smoke turned out to be a fire in a derelict bus depot in industrial East London. Authorities say it was not terrorism. Richard Roth reports.

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Musharraf Schedules Elections

Gen. Musharraf has agreed to hold elections as scheduled but has not lifted his government's emergency rule declaration, which opponents have threatened to boycott. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Monday: An oil spill slams the California coast, while an even larger spill in the Black Sea is called an ecological catastrophe. Government corruption caught on tape. And, parents in uniform.

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Criminal Oil Spill?

Federal investigators are looking into possible criminal liability for the oil spill in San Francisco Bay. John Blackstone reports.

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Latin Grammy Arrivals

ShowBuzz RAW: Latino celebrities show who has style on the red carpet of the Latin Grammy Awards.

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HealthWatch

Half of doctors older than 50 plan to retire soon; a gene linked to lung cancer has been identified; and a new study shows teens who smoke are more likely to drink and use marijuana. Meg Oliver reports.

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Stumbles On The Campaign Trail

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor for CBSNews.com, discusses Hillary Clinton's stumbles along the campaign trail and what it means for her fellow democratic presidential hopefuls.

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Blacks In The Military

African Americans had to fight for the right to serve in segregated units in the U.S. military during World War II. Now, black enlistment has plummeted. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Edwards At Mellencamp Concert

CBS News Raw: John Edwards makes a surprise appearance at a John Mellencamp concert in Des Moines, Iowa. Mellencamp introduced Edwards during the song, "Small Town."

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Romney's 'Five Wives' Comment

CBS News Raw: Mitt Romney was quick to clarify a remark about his five sons and their five wives at a stop in Laconia, N.H. "They each have one," Romney said to howls of laughter from the crowd.

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Clinton On Planted Question

CBS News Raw: Speaking to reporters in Iowa, Hillary Clinton addresses reports of a planted question at an earlier campaign stop in the state. "It will certainly not be tolerated," says Clinton.

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Flags Tumble At Hillary Event

CBS News Raw: U.S. flags behind Hillary Clinton - usually the perfect campaign backdrop - fall like dominoes at a media availability in Waterloo, IA.

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Violence In Gaza City

A rally commemorating Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat turned deadly when two rival groups clashed and gunfire erupted. Susan Roberts reports.

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Pakistan's Election Threatened

Pakistani elections are scheduled to be held in January. But critics are threatening to boycott, saying there will not be democracy until constitutional rights are restored. Susan Roberts reports.

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German Chancellor Heckled

CBS News RAW: German Chancellor Angela Merkel is verbally attacked after welcoming French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his government to Berlin.

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Pakistan's Opposition Rallies

Pakistan's president promised elections before January but gave no date for the lifting of emergency law, so opposition supporters are preparing for another mass protest. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Army Parents Face Setbacks

There are now more than 80,000 American families in which both husband and wife are serving in the military. As Mark Strassmann reports, this can put a tough strain on their roles as parents.

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Bay Oil Spill Investigated

The Coast Guard is under investigation for their response to the oil spill in San Francisco and criminal charges may be filed against the crew of the ship that crashed. Teri Okita reports.

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Analysis Of Pakistan Crisis

Daniel Markey of the Council on Foreign Relations speaks with Russ Mitchell about the how the key players in the Pakistan political crisis -- Musharraf, Bhutto and the U.S. -- all need each other.

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Dems Hone Their Tone

Jeff Greenfield speaks with Russ Mitchell about the image that each of the three leading Democratic presidential candidates tried to project at a dinner meeting in Iowa.

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Sacrifice And Memories

WCCO's Tom Aviles talks with the family of army specialist Jacob Vanderbosch, who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq at the age of 21. The family remembers the son and brother they lost.

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Politics And Dinner In Iowa

Democratic presidential candidates used a dinner date in Iowa to rally support for their campaigns. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Human Error Eyed In Oil Spill

Human error is suspected in the San Francisco Bay oil spill that left waters contaminated and halted local businesses. John Blackstone reports on a spill that "should have never happened."

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