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Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Mountaintop Menace



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White Noise - On Strike



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Headzup - Trent Lott Resigns



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3D Printing

Printing a cocktail snack from your desktop? WSJ.com's Andy Jordan explores how that is possible with a cheaper form of 3D printing.

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ISP- CNN's Gay Question

On today's show: A debate question raises eyebrows; a guilt trip in Virginia; and mile high humor.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top business stories including the White House's prediction for the economy in 2008, Sears reports dismal sales and class action lawsuits against Ford.

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Economy Predicted To Slow

The White House has lowered its forecast for economic growth in 2008. The housing slump and credit crunch are behind the bleak outlook. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's rally in hopes the Fed will cut rates; the fall of crude prices and home prices; and Exxon will unveil a new battery for hybrid vehicles.

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Iraqi Christians In Peril

A clergyman in Baghdad tells Scott Pelley that the situation for Iraq's Christians is worse now than under Saddam Hussein's reign, and possibly the worst since Christians have lived in the country.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Scott Pelley talks about his upcoming report on the plight of Iraq's Christian community, once thought to number over a million. Many have fled or have been murdered during the religious civil war.

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Republican YouTube Debate

The topics discussed in the Republican YouTube debate ranged from the death penalty to whether the candidates owned guns. David Mark, Sr. Editor for Politico, discusses the candidates' answers.

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Christmas At The White House

First Lady Laura Bush shows Hannah Storm the White House Christmas tree, decorated this year with the theme of America's National Parks.

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Fires Flare At GOP Debate

Candidates' views on immigration, capital punishment and the Iraq war were front and center at the YouTube GOP debate, with each fight yielding a surprising outcome. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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U.K. Teacher Faces 40 Lashes

U.K. officials are calling the arrest of teacher Gillian Gibbons a simple misunderstanding. Gibbons was arrested in Sudan on charges of blasphemy over the name of a teddy bear. Richard Roth reports.

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Giuliani's Expense Scandal

Unusual billing accounts uncovered from Rudy Giuliani time as New York mayor suggest public dollars were used to finance travel related to his affair with Judith Nathan. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bin Laden Losing Influence?

In a taped message, Osama bin Laden urged the people of Europe not to support the war in Afghanistan. Was the message also an attempt to re-assert his waning influence over al-Qaeda? Bob Orr reports.

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Giuliani's Expense Mess

NYC tabloids are buzzing over allegations that Rudy Giuliani misappropriated tax money for his security and tried to hide it. He defends his actions in an interview to Katie Couric.

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Targeting Primary Voters

The top Republican presidential candidates minced words at their Tampa debate in an attempt to appeal to voters. Were their statements factually sound? Jeff Greenfield breaks down the rhetoric.

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Giuliani Speaks Out

Only on the Web: Giuliani lashes out at allegations he misused New York City taxpayer money when he was mayor...and whether there was an effort to cover up an extra-marital affair.

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First Look- Republican Debate

Only On The Web: Previewing his Evening News piece about the GOP debate, Jeff Greenfield examines the heated remarks between the leading candidates and what it all could mean to primary voters.

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Notebook- Cancer

Katie Couric comments on a new study that reveals African American women who live in the inner city are at a higher risk for cancer, largely due to poor diet.

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Teacher Sentenced In Sudan

After allowing her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad, British schoolteacher Gillian Gibbons has been sentenced by a Sudanese court to 15 days in prison and deportation. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Teacher Faces Lashing In Sudan

A British teacher was arrested in Sudan after her class named a toy bear "Muhammad." She faces a public whipping and the incident has caused tension with Britain. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Philippines Hotel Siege

A group of Philippine dissidents, including a senator and top-ranking military officers, who took over a luxury hotel to demand regime change have surrendered after a pummeling by gunfire and teargas.

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Bob Schieffer Talks Politics

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent and Face The Nation Host Bob Schieffer speaks with Katie Couric about the recent Republican presidential debate.

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Bush Requests More War Money

Despite a mounting deficit and a reluctant Congress, President Bush wants Congress to approve more war funds without restrictions. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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