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Friday, November 16, 2007

Murdoch On The Writer's Strike



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U.S. Sends Musharraf A Message

Only On The Web: As an opposition leader warns the West to examine its alliance with Pervez Musharraf, a top U.S. diplomat is set to up the pressure on the president. Sheila MacVicar has the story.

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Pakistan's Bhutto Lashes Out

Only On The Web: Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, just freed from house arrest, has lashed out at the country's military ruler and warned the West not to trust him.

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Clinton Resilient At Debate

Sen. Hillary Clinton addressed many criticisms against her during a Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas. As Jim Axelrod reports, Clinton may have gained the upper hand.

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Romney Responds To Push Polls

CBS News Raw: Mitt Romney, speaking in Nevada, responds to reports of phone calls criticizing him in Iowa and N.H. "The attempts to attack me on the basis of my faith are un-American," he says.

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Obama Ad- 'Chances I Had'

Barack Obama talks about education in this ad which mentions his childhood: "My parents weren't rich. My father left me when I was very young. The one thing I was able to get was a great education."

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Civil Rights Activists Rally

Thousands of civil rights protestors are marching across the nation as they claim that the Justice Department is not properly prosecuting hate crimes. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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Bush On North Korea Talks

CBS News Raw: In a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, President Bush discusses the six-party talks towards dismantling North Korea's nuclear program.

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Controversial N.H. Push Polls

Concerns have been raised over accusations of anti-Romney push polls in New Hampshire. Katie Couric takes a closer look.

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Word Game With A Mission

Freerice.com is an online vocabulary game that raises money for the United Nation's World Food Program. It's a simple way to help the world's hungry. Daniel Sieberg has the story.

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Fact Check- Democratic Debate

In televised debates, candidates often toss around numbers, facts and figures. But are they accurate? Jim Axelrod has a fact check of the Democrats' most recent presidential debate.

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Bonds' Lawyers Plan Attack

Baseball's all-time home run king faces up to 30 years in prison, but his defense team isn't giving up without a fight. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Army Desertions Rise Sharply

The war on terror is being fought by an army of volunteers, but an increasing number of those soldiers are deserting. David Martin has the story.

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Rep. Marion Berry On Farming

Only On The Web: CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson speaks to Rep. Marion Berry, D-Ark., about his family's history of farming in Arkansas and subsidies they've received from the federal government.

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Notebook- Bonds Indictment

In the wake of Barry Bonds' indictment involving perjury and steroid use, Katie Couric feels that our nation's sports heroes must play fair both on and off of the field.

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Eye To Eye- Deserting The Army

Only On The Web: With desertions from the Army up dramatically, CBS News hears from one soldier, Phil McDowell, who explains why he moved to Canada instead of returning to duty in Iraq.

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Friday: A look at how the case against baseball's Barry Bonds could shape up. Army desertion rates have spiked since the Iraq invasion. And, Steve Hartman's Assignment America.

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Hillary's Asbestos Pantsuit?

Harry Smith speaks with chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about the most recent Democratic debate and speculates on whether Hillary was able to regain the top spot.

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Democrats' Heated Debate

With Democrats polling neck and neck in Iowa, Sen. Hillary Clinton's chief opponents stepped up the attacks during a debate in Las Vegas. Jim Axelrod reports that Clinton took it all in stride.

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Bush Plan To Fix Air Delays

President Bush unveiled a plan to combat airline delays and congestion. His plan includes releasing military airspace for commercial flights and doubling the bump fee. Byron Pitts reports.

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LeAnn Rimes Goes To School

Grammy award winner LeAnn Rimes gives New York school children tips on making small changes at home that can have a big impact on the environment.

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The Youngest Terrorist?

Omar Khadr was 15 when he was captured in a firefight with suspected al Qaeda members and accused of killing a U.S. soldier. He's now at Guantanamo Bay awaiting trial. Bob Simon reports.

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Senator On Iraq War Veterans

Only On The Web: Democratic Sen. Patty Murray says that the Defense Department and the VA have failed in their handlings of veterans returning home from war in Iraq.

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