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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

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Defending our Values

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Defending our Values

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NRCC ad in Ohio 05 race

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McCain Visits Dartmouth

Curry College, Milton, MA Young Americans at Dartmouth College express their concerns for the future to Senator John McCain.

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It's the New Hampshire Way!

Northeastern University, Boston, MA Travel to a local resident's home in Salem, NH to see how some locals are getting to know the candidates.

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Medical Marijuana Campaign 2008

Northeastern University, Boston Clayton Holton and Stuart Cooper are asking the presidential candidates, this NH primary season, if they will support medical marijuana on the federal level.

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Blowin' in the Wind

Democratic Courage, a political action committee dedicated to electing a "progressive, courageous, and winning" Democratic presidential candidate, today released its first television ad, entitled "Blowin' in the Wind."

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Blowin' in the Wind

Democratic Courage, a political action committee dedicated to electing a "progressive, courageous, and winning" Democratic presidential candidate, today released its first television ad, entitled "Blowin' in the Wind."

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Hirono Congratulates UH Football Team

Congresswoman Hirono congratulates UH football team on undefeated season and WAC championship.

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A Block

Tuesday: Killer storms batter the Northwest; Bush maintains his stance on Iran; Tehran fears further U.N. sanctions; and the presidential candidates answer the first of Katie Couric's "Primary Questions."

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B Block

Tuesday: Killer storms batter the Northwest; Bush maintains his stance on Iran; Tehran fears further U.N. sanctions; and the presidential candidates answer the first of Katie Couric's "Primary Questions."

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D Block

Tuesday: Killer storms batter the Northwest; Bush maintains his stance on Iran; Tehran fears further U.N. sanctions; and the presidential candidates answer the first of Katie Couric's "Primary Questions."

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C Block

Tuesday: Killer storms batter the Northwest; Bush maintains his stance on Iran; Tehran fears further U.N. sanctions; and the presidential candidates answer the first of Katie Couric's "Primary Questions."

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Coach Teaches Life Lessons

Morgan State University's football coach Don Hill-Eley helped a young man regain control over his life through understanding and education. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Primary Questions

Katie Couric had some tough questions for the ten presidential candidates, questions aimed at showing their core values.

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Bush- Iran Still Dangerous

Despite a new intelligence report showing that Iran stopped its nuclear arms program in 2003, President Bush declared publicly that he stands by his hard-line policy against Iran. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Iran Fears New Sanctions

The Iranian government believes the U.S. military won't strike anytime soon. But the regime, and the Iranian people, fear the U.N. may impose stricter economic sanctions. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Biggest Influence- McCain

In a CBS Evening News special series, "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asked Sen. John McCain to name the most influential person he's met.

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Notebook- Primary Questions

Katie Couric previews a special series on the CBS Evening News where she asks the presidential candidates key questions that focus on their character and leadership skills.

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Bush- Iran Remains Dangerous

Despite a new intelligence report that Iran halted its nuclear program in 2003, President Bush stands firm on his position that Iran poses a dangerous threat to the U.S. Susan Roberts reports.

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First Look- The Iran Threat

Only On The Web: CBS News' Jim Axelrod breaks down the headlines from President Bush's news conference and explains how the White House is standing by the idea that Iran is a threat.

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Bush Takes Heat For Iran Intel

CBS News RAW: President Bush fields a heated question about hyping the nuclear threat of Iran and undermining U.S. credibility.

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Biggest Influence- Obama

In a CBS Evening News special series, "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asked Sen. Barack Obama to name the most influential person he's met.

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Edwards Debuts Caucus How-To

The John Edwards campaign releases an instructional Web video on how to participate in the January 3 Iowa caucuses. The video is part of the campaign Web site's "Caucus Command Center."

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Democrats' Economic Goals

CBS News Raw: Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., says that Democrats' economic plan has been to tackle "everything" that Americans face from energy costs, to health care, to housing.

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Democrat On Mideast Policy

CBS News Raw: In response to a speech by President Bush, Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., says that the period of this administration has been "the lost seven years in the Middle East."

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 12-03-07

CBS Mobile Anchor Ramy Inocencio's look at the big blows and blocks in the 2008 White House fight.

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U.K. Teacher Home Safe

British teacher Gillian Gibbons has returned to London after being jailed in Sudan. Gibbons hopes that her story will not deter people from traveling to the country. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Outsource Your Life

Outsourcing isn't just for big corporations. Average Americans are using the Internet to hire people overseas as personal assistants, travel arrangers, even wedding planners. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Mormon-In-Chief?

Similar to President Kennedy's dilemma over Catholicism, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, a Mormon, will try to tackle voters' fears surrounding his religion. Harry Smith reports.

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'Teddy Bear' Teacher Goes Home

Gillian Gibbons, the British teacher who was imprisoned in Sudan for naming a teddy bear Muhammad, returned to Britain and spoke with the press. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Bush Defends Policy On Iran

President Bush said at a press conference that pressuring Iran was important because they may one day possess the knowledge to make a nuclear bomb. David Mark, Sr. Editor at Politico, discusses Bush's statement.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on more fallout from the subprime mortgage mess; Google's plans to enter the wireless market; and mixed reviews for air travel this year.

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ISP- Green Card Romance

On today's show: Things get ugly in Iowa; a new reality show for illegal immigrants; and Japanese TV.

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