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Monday, December 3, 2007

Headzup - Mitt's Mormon Dream



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Sounds Like Hillary


Just like Hillary Clinton in a recent Democrat presidential debate, Mary Landrieu has flip-flopped and offered contradictory positions on illegal immigration.

Mary Landrieu voted for and then against protecting tougher ID requirements when hiring immigrants -- "Yes" and "No" on the same bill, on the same day.

Mary Landrieu and Hillary Clinton . . . two peas in a pod.

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Eco-Friendly Gifts



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Headzup - Paying For Rudy's Mistress



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No Surprise In Putin Victory

Vladimir Putin's United Russia party won the country's parliamentary election by a landslide. But as Alexei Kuznetsov reports, few people felt they had any other choice.

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U.K. Teacher Released Early

British teacher Gillian Gibbons was released early from her prison sentence in Sudan. She was jailed for allowing students to name a teddy bear after the prophet Muhammad. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Romney On Religion

Only On The Web: Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney comments on how his Mormon faith could impact his run for office, saying Americans choose candidates based on character, not religion.

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You Can't Buy Iowa

Bill Richardson on what sets him apart from other presidential candidates, and the personal nature of IA politics.

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Edwards Ad- 'Together'

John Edwards speaks in New Hampshire about the need for universal health care. "We don't have universal health care because of drug companies, insurance companies and their lobbyists," Edwards says.

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Giuliani Ad- 'Promise'

Rudy Giuliani talks about lowering taxes as New York City mayor and says he'll do the same for America. Democrats, says Giuliani, "are making the promise to raise taxes."

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Clinton Ad- 'Strong'

Hillary Clinton warns of "big economic problems ahead" for the U.S., including high oil prices and declining home prices. She says she'll end corporate tax breaks and create jobs from new energy.

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Bush On Congress

CBS News Raw: President Bush says that Congress needs "to do their job" by funding the troops and passing current spending bills in a "fiscally responsible way."

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Youth Voting Apathy

Only On The Web: MTV's Gideon Yago talks about low turnout among young people: why the candidates and Jon Stewart are to blame.

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B Block

Monday: A new U.S. intelligence report says the Bush administration may have overestimated Iran's nuclear potential; snowstorms batter the Northeast; and the countdown to the Iowa caucuses begins.

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A Block

Monday: A new U.S. intelligence report says the Bush administration may have overestimated Iran's nuclear potential; snowstorms batter the Northeast; and the countdown to the Iowa caucuses begins.

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Democrats Aim For Youth Votes

While youth voter turn out has been relatively disappointing in years past, presidential hopefuls are reaching out to the younger demographics. Katie Couric examines their campaign strategies.

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D Block

Monday: A new U.S. intelligence report says the Bush administration may have overestimated Iran's nuclear potential; snowstorms batter the Northeast; and the countdown to the Iowa caucuses begins.

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C Block

Monday: A new U.S. intelligence report says the Bush administration may have overestimated Iran's nuclear potential; snowstorms batter the Northeast; and the countdown to the Iowa caucuses begins.

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Campaigns Focus On Iowa

Despite the latest cold weather, the Hawkeye State is heating up with presidential candidates who want to gain voters' attention before next month's primary election. Harry Smith reports from Iowa.

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Eye To Eye- Richard Haass

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, about a new U.S. intelligence report on Iran's nuclear weapons program.

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New Intel On Iran Nukes

U.S. security officials say Iran suspended their nuclear weapons program, despite previous reports to the contrary. As David Martin reports, Iran's diplomatic relations could improve.

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First Look- Iran

Katie Couric previews tonight's CBS Evening News, including a story on the nuclear proliferation of Iran which, according to a new National Intelligence Estimate, halted its weapons program in 2003.

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Primary Questions

Primary Questions is the CBS Evening News special series in which Katie Couric will ask ten top presidential candidates the same ten questions.

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Top Candidates, 10 Questions

A preview of "Primary Questions: Character, Leadership and the Candidates." Katie Couric one on one with presidential candidates in a special series starting this week on the CBS Evening News.

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Who Is Mike Huckabee?

Harry Smith's exclusive interview with Mike Huckabee, the Republicans' surprise new presidential rising star.

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Banning School Junk Food

The Senate is considering a bill that would ban junk foods from being sold in schools. Margo Wootan of the Center for Science in the Public Interest speaks with Russ Mitchell.

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Where Does Huckabee Come From?

Harry Smith takes a look into the political career of Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

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Six Candidates In 24 Hours

It's crunch time in Iowa for presidential candidates. Harry Smith talks with six candidates from both parties as they gun for the nomination.

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Kennedy Center Honors

The Kennedy Center Honors paid tribute to several artists, including comedian Steve Martin, singer Diana Ross, director Martin Scorcese, and the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. Hannah Storm has the story.

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Flu Season- Managing Your Risk

Top flu experts from around the world are meeting to discuss a possible flu pandemic. Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discusses the risk and what precautions are being taken.

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Have A Green Christmas

If you're looking for ways to have an environmentally friendly holiday, listen up; Stephanie AuWerter, Editor of SmartMoney.com, has some tips that will make your holiday a little more eco-conscious.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Fed is waiting for labor figures before making a decision on a rate cut; and the good news for homeowners with adjustable rate mortgages.

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