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Thursday, November 15, 2007

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A fight over farm fats

Showdown waged between lobbyists, celebrities to slash farm subsidies and upgrade school lunch programs. Photos by AP, Clueless footage courtesy Paramount and NBC, and "Lunchlady Land" clip courtesy Adam Sandler/Warner Bros. Records.

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Weekend In New York- Beyond Falafel on Atlantic Avenue

Seth Kugel samples an array of delicacies on a traditionally Middle Eastern street near downtown Brooklyn.

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Death Penalty Put On Hold

Following a series of criticisms regarding the alleged cruelty of lethal injections, the Supreme Court halted the execution of a confessed child killer in Florida. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Web Site Combats World Hunger

An Indiana computer programmer has designed an inventive and revolutionary Web site in his quest to combat poverty and hunger throughout the world. Daniel Sieberg has the story.

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Bush's New Airline Measures

As Thanksgiving approaches, President Bush announced unused military airspace will be freed up, and gave other long-term proposals. But as Byron Pitts reports, it might not be enough.

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Barry Bonds Indicted

Three months ago he broke baseball's all-time home run record. Now Barry Bonds is under federal indictment for perjury and obstruction of justice. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Notebook- Debate Debacle

The candidates for the Democratic nomination are staging their latest debate. Katie Couric believes the candidates--and the media--should focus more on their answers and less on their missteps.

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First Look- Coffee Prices

Only On The Web: John Blackstone previews tonight's "Evening News" with a sneak peek at his report on the link between rising coffee prices and the energy crisis.

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Veterans Families Speak Out

Only On The Web: Chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian speaks to the families of five soldiers who, allegedly suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, took their own lives.

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A Plan To Keep Planes Moving

As we head in to a very busy travel week, President Bush is trying to head off some headaches at the airport. Karen Brown reports.

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Web Ad- 'Caucusing Is Easy'

Iowans For Hillary, with help from a treadmill-running Bill Clinton and a dancing Tom Vilsack, show Hawkeye State residents how easy it is to cast their votes in the January 3, 2008, Iowa Caucuses.

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Thompson Ad- 'No Amnesty'

Fred Thompson focuses on America's "illegal immigration problem" in his latest ad. "Giving up, by granting amnesty, is not the answer," he says.

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Sounding Out Giuliani's Lisp

As Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani debuts his new political TV ad, Mo Rocca investigates Mr. Giuliani's personality trait, his lisp, which sounds all to familiar to the satirist.

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Airports Remain At Risk

A new government report reveals that undercover agents managed to smuggle bomb-making parts past security checkpoint at many of the nation's airports. Bob Orr reports.

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New Cloning Controversy

Scientists in Oregon have successfully cloned embryos from a rhesus monkey, sparking new ethical questions regarding stem cell research. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Bob Simon talks about his upcoming "60 Minutes" report on the youngest suspected terrorist, Omar Khadr. Khadr is awaiting trial at Guantanamo Bay for allegedly killing an American soldier.

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Bonds Indicted

Jon Wertheim, Sr. Writer for Sports Illustrated, discusses Barry Bond's recent indictment and what it could mean for the champion slugger.

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Bolton Opens Up In New Book

During his short tenure at the United Nations, former U.S. Ambassador John Bolton stirred up some controversy. Now, he's opening up in a new book. "Up to the Minute" Contributor Frank Ucciardo explains.

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Money Watch

Alexis Christoforous reports on renewed inflations fears, a setback for JC Penney, and additional losses on Wall Street.

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Notebook- Debate Debacle

The candidates for the Democratic nomination are staging their latest debate. Katie Couric believes the candidates--and the media--should focus more on their answers and less on their missteps.

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ISP- Jay-Z's Euro Stash

On today's show: A Hip Hop harbinger of economic doom; Crazy Robertson clothes; and McCain's "b-word" issue.

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PENTAGON BRIEFING 11/15- Iraq, Pakistan, Defense Budget

11.15.07 press conference with Defense Secretary Gates and CJCOS Admiral Mullen

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