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Monday, November 19, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!


As Thanksgiving approaches, we all pause for a moment to remember what we're thankful for as we enjoy the company of family and friends.

Personally, I'm thankful for the opportunity to serve Nevada and our great nation as an elected official. I'm also thankful for the sacrifice of our young men and women serving overseas, as well as the families here at home who sacrifice for them.

As we gather around the dinner table, let's remember what we're all thankful for as Americans -- the opportunity to live in this great country.

God Bless America.

Senator John Ensign NRSC Chairman

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How Important Is A Republican Senate? (CNN/YouTube Debate)


U.S. Senator John Ensign (R - Nev.) wants to know: Why do you think it's important to have a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate?

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False Prophets of the GOP



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GAP and Child Labor Abuses



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U.N. Issues Global Warning

A U.N. panel on climate change has issued a foreboding warning against global warming, calling government's around the world to immediate action to stop the crisis at hand. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Bullet Analysis Under Fire

The FBI is investigating cases regarding convictions based on lead-based bullet analysis, a technique that has been discredited by many experts as a form of junk-science. Bob Orr reports.

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MoneyWatch

Shoppers are suffering this holiday season. As Alexis Christoforous reports, food and gas prices are up, while the stock market takes a dive.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Dow's rally at the end of a volatile week; and financial firms worldwide are expected to cut employee bonuses by 5-10 percent.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that weight loss is harder for emotional eaters; the number of uninsured Americans has risen by millions; and non-prescription painkillers may reduce the risk of Parkinson's.

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Heather Mills, Global Warming

In London, Heather Mills takes action against global warming and launches a vegan campaign.

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An Effort For Mideast Peace

In an effort to bring peace to the middle east, the State Department has begun sending out invitations to its upcoming peace conference. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk weighs in.

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Oil Prices Keep Climbing

A gallon of gas is $.86 cents higher than last year, and there is no relief in sight from rising oil prices that may reach a record of $100 a barrel by the end of the year. Drew Levinson reports.

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Romney Ad- 'American Family'

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a new ad airing in Iowa and New Hampshire titled "American Family." Romney and his wife, Ann, talk about their family values.

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Rudy's Wife Goes NASCAR

Only On The Web: Judith Nathan, wife of Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, jumps for joy over the prospect of riding in a racecar.

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Giuliani's Leadership Ad

In his most recent campaign ad, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani highlights his experience as a leader, especially in times of crisis.

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Eye To Eye- Florida's Primary

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks to Florida's Republican Chairman Jim Greer about the state's plans to shape the '08 presidential elections with its early primary date.

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Internet Kids Outsmart Parents

Only On The Web: Kids can hide their computer activity with the same technology parents use to protect them. Internet expert Greg Smith explains the dangers for children and how to keep them safe.

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Campaigns Heat Up In Florida

Rudy Giuliani and other presidential nominees are focusing their campaigns in Florida, a state which could now have a major influence in the primary elections. Katie Couric reports from Miami.

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Energy Costs Holiday Travelers

The price of oil is rising nationwide and, with the holidays approaching, many shoppers and travelers are preparing for a rough season. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bullet-Lead Analysis Discarded

Bullet-lead analysis, a technique once used by the FBI to convict defendants, has now been disproved, leading officials to wonder how many innocent people are currently in jail. Bob Orr reports.

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First Look- Internet And Kids

Daniel Sieberg previews part one of a series on the "Evening News" about parents who monitor their children's Internet use. Parents have cause for concern, but is it an invasion of privacy?

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