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Friday, November 30, 2007

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Un-Selling The Surge



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Weekend In New York- Warmth in a Cup of Hot Chocolate

Seth Kugel of The Times checks out some of the thickest, spiciest and richest hot chocolate in New York City.

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Economic Prognosis Uncertain

Wall Street went on a buying spree after hints of a third interest rate cut. But the credit crunch, housing slump and rising oil prices don't bode well for the economy. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Norris Spins For Huckabee

Chuck Norris hits the spin room after the CNN/YouTube debate to boost his candidate Mike Huckabee. He also explains why he wouldn't want to be a politician... no chokeholds against opponents allowed.

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Obama Joins Bloomberg For Eggs

CBS News RAW: Barack Obama and Mayor Michael Bloomberg draw a crowd as they meet for breakfast in Manhattan. Their topic of conversation remains unknown. Obama picked up the $17.34 check.

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Proof Of Life

CBS News RAW: Police have shown video of three American security contractors and a former Colombian presidential candidate who have been held by Colombian rebels since 2003.

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Rescued Orphans Still At Risk

U.S. and Iraqi soldiers thought they had rescued 24 abused Iraqi boys when they liberated them from a corrupt state-run orphanage. But as Lara Logan reports, the orphans aren't out of danger yet.

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Congressional Earmarks On Rise

The number of Congressional earmarks has grown from just a few in the 1970s to more than 13,000 last year, costing taxpayers billions. Now, one Senator aims to change that. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Declining Deaths In Iraq

Combat deaths in Iraq are down and the radical Shiite cleric Moktada al Sadr has declared a cease fire. But has the violence in Iraq truly reached a turning point? David Martin reports.

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Bush's Mortgage Rescue Plan

The Bush administration is closing in on a mortgage rescue plan that would amount to the most significant federal intervention in a credit crisis since the Great Depression. Anthony Mason reports.

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First Look- Assignment America

Only On The Web: Steve Hartman previews an 'Assignment America' piece about a California gardener who pulled his community together to create a scholarship program for immigrant children.

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Clinton Targets Evangelicals

Sen. Hillary Clinton entered territory once considered hallowed ground by Republicans when she spoke at an evangelical church in Orange County, Calif. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Is The Right Shifting Left?

Harry Smith speaks with Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren about Hillary Clinton's speech to an evangelical audience and how it could help clarify misconceptions about the religious right.

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Angry Mobs Condemn Teacher

As many as 10,000 protestors swarmed the streets of Khartoum, Sudan, many calling for the execution of a British teacher who named a class teddy bear "Muhammad." Richard Roth reports.

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Will The Fed Cut Rates Again?

Deirdre Bolton of Bloomberg TV speaks with Hannah Storm about Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's recent comments hinting at another interest rate cut.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Medicare coverage is not as wide-ranging as Americans think; obese kids risk heart disease; and men diagnosed with prostate cancer in summer or fall have higher survival rate.

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Friday: A man claiming to have bombs takes hostages at a Clinton campaign office. A sharp drop in violence in Iraq. And, gardeners who collect a whole lot more than just weeds.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on White House predictions of a U.S. economic slowdown; fresh evidence of a collapsed housing market; Sears' stocks tumble; and Ford settles a class action suit.

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ISP- Stupid Christmas Gifts

On today's show: The tackiest treasures of the holiday season.

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