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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Sandy Treadwell for Congress




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A New Economic Engine- - Energy in the 21st Century



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Frugal Traveler- Frugal Traveler- Seattle, Washington

For Matt Gross, the Frugal Traveler, happy hour in the Emerald City means more than just half-price drinks.

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Bill Clinton- I Opposed Iraq

CBS News RAW: While stumping for his wife in Iowa, Bill Clinton advocated higher taxes for the rich. He also said he approved of the war in Afghanistan but "opposed Iraq from the beginning."

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King- Rudy Did Nothing Wrong

Giuliani supporter Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., responds to a report that the ex-N.Y.C. mayor billed obscure agencies for security when he began seeing Judith Nathan. King: "Nothing was done improperly."

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Mitt's Pre-Debate Pigskin Game

CBS News RAW: Mitt Romney hits the gridiron with his five sons, campaign staffers, political supporters and media for some pre-debate football in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Bill's Pick To Run Vs. Hillary

Only On The Web: Asked which of the Republican presidential candidates he'd "personally get a kick out of seeing [his] wife run against," Bill Clinton gives his thoughts on the top GOP contenders.

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Bush Commits To Mideast Peace

CBS News RAW: Flanked by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, President Bush pledged U.S. support to achieve peace in the Middle East.

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Thompson Ad- 'Marie'

Marie Ragghianti explains how Fred Thompson came to her defense 30 years ago when she lost her job after blowing the whistle on ex-Tenn. Gov. Ray Blanton's "cash-for-clemency" scheme.

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Romney Ad- 'Take Charge'

This ad from the Romney campaign focuses on illegal immigration. "What will it take to fix it?" the announcer asks. "Technology, new ideas, guts, values... Mitt Romney."

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Mideast Peace Talks Continue

Mideast leaders are ready to begin a new round of peace talks, but there are still some serious concerns as the negotiations resume for the first time in seven years. Susan Roberts reports.

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Home For The Holiday

The Coleman family thought they were filming a video postcard for their daughter Tracey, a U.S. army captain seven months into her tour of Iraq, but they were in for a big surprise. Seth Doane reports.

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Secret Nixon Papers Released

Just as the Bush administration pushes for peace in the Middle East, newly-released documents from the Nixon White House illustrate why a lasting peace has been so elusive. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Giuliani's Expenses Questioned

According to Politico.com, Giuliani billed obscure city agencies thousands in travel expenses for trips to the Hamptons town where his future wife resided. Byron Pitts reports.

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Fed Hints At Help For Market

Wall Street reacts positively to the Fed's hint at an interest rate cut intended to help the limp housing market. But the question remains if the U.S. is in a recession. Anthony Mason reports.

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Notebook- Islamic Law In Sudan

A British teacher in Sudan accused of mocking Islam for allowing students to name a teddy bear Muhammad faces prison and 40 lashes. Katie Couric says the tale of crime and punishment is shocking.

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First Look- Double Dutch

Michelle Miller previews the top stories on tonight's CBS Evening News, including a look at possible CT scan risks, teens' prescription drug addiction and the competitive world of double dutch.

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Summit Avoids Iran Talks

Despite promises of continued talks by the leaders of Israel and Palestine, glaringly absent from the Annapolis summit was discussion of Iran and its nuclear program. Bill Plante reports.

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Headed For Recession?

Russ Mitchell speaks with Deidre Bolton from Bloomberg TV about fears the U.S. economy is slowing to the point of recession and how consumer spending can stop this from happening.

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Father Enlists After Son Dies

After his son was killed in Iraq, Dr. Bill Krissoff enlisted in the Navy Medical Corps Reserve to help save other soldiers. He and his wife, Christine, speak with Harry Smith.

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Bill Would Prohibit Spanking

Massachusetts lawmakers will debate a bill that would make it illegal for parents to spank their children. Dr. Teresa Whitehurst helped draft the bill and speaks with Russ Mitchell.

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Rice On Mideast Peace Talks

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks with Harry Smith about the potential for progress at the ongoing Israeli and Palestinian peace talks.

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West Bank Protests

Even though Israeli and Palestinian leaders are working towards peace while in the U.S., Fatah and Hammas groups are clashing back at home. Daniel Levy, Sr. Fellow of the New America Foundation, weighs in.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that doctors are prescribing exercises to avoid surgery for back pain; Indonesia wants guaranteed access to bird flu vaccines; and take a walk for your health and the climate.

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Notebook- Islamic Law In Sudan

A British teacher in Sudan accused of mocking Islam for allowing students to name a teddy bear Muhammad faces prison and 40 lashes. Katie Couric says the tale of crime and punishment is shocking.

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