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Monday, November 26, 2007

President Bush praising Lindsey Graham




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Vetoing Pork



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Bobby Kennedy Jr - Media Attacks Gore



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Cheney Released From Hospital

After undergoing a procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat, Vice President Dick Cheney was sent home from the hospital. Drew Levinson reports.

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Giuliani Attacks Romney Again

CBS News Raw: Rudy Giuliani accuses rival Mitt Romney of having a "very poor" record on crime while he was governor of Massachusetts.

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Amsterdam Student Riots

CBS News RAW: Protesting high school students clashed with riot police over a government order to spend an annual increase of 26 hours in school. The police reported two officers injured.

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Bush Holds Talks With Israel

The Bush administration hopes the Annapolis summit will pave the way for a peaceful and independent Palestinian state. Susan Roberts reports on President Bush's meeting with the Israeli premier.

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Gaza Isolated And Starving

Gaza has been sealed off by Israel and the result is more than a million people in need of aid to feed themselves. Elizabeth Palmer reports on a population imprisoned by politics.

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Al Gore Visits The White House

Seven years since his last visit, former Vice President Al Gore returned to the White House, where he was honored by none other than President Bush. Bill Plante has more on this meeting.

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A Dark Side To John Edwards?

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards has stepped up his campaign with aggressive tactics that are described by some as angry and by others as effective. Chip Reid reports.

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Republican Mud Slinging

Republican presidential candidates Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney are drawing attention to each other's faults every chance they get. Byron Pitts reports on all the jabs.

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Clinton Takes Off The Gloves

After a series of attacks from both Republican and Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton has decided to defend herself. The presidential candidate sits for an exclusive interview with Katie Couric.

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Notebook- Generation Rx

Many parents think the drugs their children are at risk of using are marijuana or alcohol, but many teens are turning to prescription drugs. Richard Schlesinger cautions parents to talk to their kids.

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Sen. McCain On The Surge

Sen. John McCain has just returned from his latest Iraq visit and is pleased with the results of the surge. He also remains confident about his presidential campaign. McCain talks with Harry Smith.

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Is Taser Torture?

Hannah Storm speaks with Larry Cox from Amnesty International about the U.N.'s move to categorize law enforcement's use of the Taser as a form of torture.

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Palestine On The Table

President Bush will attempt to negotiate a peace agreement between Palestine and Israel at a leaders' summit in Annapolis, Md. Bill Plante reports.

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U.N. Compares Taser To Torture

The U.N. has entered the debate over the Taser, saying its use can qualify as a form of torture, after more reported incidents resulting in death. Joie Chen reports

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FBI Joins Peterson Case

The FBI has joined the search for missing Illinois mom Stacy Peterson, whose husband Drew Peterson remains a named suspect in her disappearance. Jeff Glor reports.

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MoneyWatch

Susan McGinnis reports on the stock market's holiday boost; the never-ending housing slump; United Airlines open to a merger; and Dodge challenges Ford for the police car market.

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Gearing Up For Iowa

With Iowa's caucus drawing near, the 2008 presidential candidates are receiving celebrity endorsements and competing more intensely for their party's nomination. Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor for CBSNews.com, weighs in.

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McCain On The Surge

John McCain has just returned from visiting Iraq and is pleased with the results of the surge. He is also upbeat about his campaign. The Republican presidential candidate talks with Harry Smith.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous has today's top business news including some hopes for 'Cyber Monday, the plunge on Wall Street, and Citigroup's plan for layoffs.

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First Look- Gore In The House

Only On The Web: Bill Plante previews tonight's story about what happened when Nobel Prize winner Al Gore met President Bush in the oval office earlier today.

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ISP- Beauty Pageant Prank

On today's show: An unstoppable beauty queen; anti-wedgie underwear; and a duck calling contest.

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