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Thursday, December 6, 2007

11/28 Day 41 Running With Huckabee, Literally

www.campusvoices.org from Harvard University Cambridge, MA: Katie McCabe from Campus Voices puts on her running shoes and jogs alongside Mike Huckabee for a 5K run at the University New Hampshire.

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A Woman President?

www.campusvoices.org from Harvard University Cambridge, MA: Mothers and daughters, young and old listen to Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail and feel something special.

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Edwards Press Secretary in Manchester

www.campusvoices.org from Harvard University Cambridge, MA Campus Voices catches up with one of John Edwards key young staffers when he accompanies John Edwards on the ground in New Hampshire.

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John McCain and Nuclear Energy

Curry College, Milton, MA Students react to John McCain's stance on nuclear energy at a town meeting at Dartmouth College.

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Characters in Costume

www.campusvoices.org from Harvard University Cambridge, MA: Going door-to-door in New Hampshire takes many different forms as John Edwards found out on one busy evening in Bedford, NH.

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Media Moron- Matt Drudge



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Nancy Nord - Consumer Disaster



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Iowa Ground Game

The Iowa Caucus is a borderline bizarre tradition that helps determine who will be president -- and where every inch counts.

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Romney Talks Religion

Dogged by questions about his religion and slipping in early polls, Republican Mitt Romney addressed voter concerns about his Mormon faith. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Primary Questions- Loss

As part of a special ten-part series, Primary Questions: Character, Leadership and the Candidates, Katie Couric asked ten leading presidential contenders to share what they are most afraid of losing.

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A Military Homecoming Surprise

This is the season for holiday reunions and for families to come together. But some homecomings are a little more special than others. Mark Strassmann has one family's touching story.

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Fending Off Foreclosures

With a record number of foreclosures last quarter and mounting pressure from Wall Street, President Bush offered some unprecedented help to subprime mortgage holders. Jim Axelrod reports.

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First Look- Romney's Pledge

Bill Whitaker previews his story about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's pledge to honor his Mormon faith without letting it interfere in his politics.

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Coaching More Than Football

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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Chertoff On Mall Incident

CBS News RAW: Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff discusses the shopping mall shootings in Omaha, Neb., and his agency's efforts to help upgrade security in the commercial sector.

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Bush Unveils Subprime Plan

CBS News RAW: President Bush unveiled measures to help homeowners with subprime mortgages and gave a national number to call, 1-888-995-HOPE

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NASA Scrubs Atlantis Launch

The launch of NASA's space shuttle Atlantis has been delayed because of a recurring technical problem. But NASA says it hopes to get Atlantis off the ground Friday afternoon. Drew Levinson reports.

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Omaha Mall Shooter Used AK-47

CBS News RAW: Police Chief Thomas Warner says that the Omaha mall shooter, Robert A. Hawkins, used an AK-47 to kill his victims. The police believe the weapon was obtained from his stepfather.

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Most Essential- Obama

In a CBS Evening News special series, "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asked Sen. Barack Obama what, aside from his family, he is most afraid of losing.

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Most Essential- Richardson

In a CBS Evening News special series, "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asked Gov. Bill Richardson what, aside from his family, he is most afraid of losing.

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Most Essential- McCain

In a CBS Evening News special series, "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asked Sen. John McCain what, aside from his family, he is most afraid of losing.

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Edwards Ad- 'Rigged'

In another ad featuring John Edwards speaking to New Hampshire voters, the candidate complains of a system in Washington rigged against hardworking Americans for the benefit of corporate interests.

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Tancredo Ad- 'Consequences'

This Tom Tancredo ad focuses on the threat of Central American gang crime in the U.S. Tancredo says the spot "focuses on the tragic consequences of open borders and massive uncontrolled immigration."

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Skeet Shooting With Huckabee

Mike and Janet Huckabee shoot clay pigeons in Spartanburg, S.C. At one point, after Janet hit three targets, an onlooker suggested the ex-Ark. governor nominate her for secretary of defense.

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McCain Gets A Nod From Sox Ace

Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling tells a crowd in Manchester, N.H., why he's backing John McCain for president. McCain is "clearly the best human being for the job," says Schilling.

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Romney Separates Church, State

CBS News Raw: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is a Mormon, says that as president he would put no doctrine above the law of the Constitution.

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Romney Stands By Faith

CBS News Raw: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who is a Mormon, says he will stand by his faith but as a president of people of all faiths, he will not be its spokesman.

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How To Stay Safe In A Mall

Law enforcement has long considered shopping malls a soft target for terrorism. Security Expert Chris Falkenberg shows Tracy Smith how to stay safe while out shopping.

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Mortgage Relief Plan Preview

CBS financial adviser Ray Martin speaks with Harry Smith about what to expect from President Bush's new plan to help homeowners who are in danger of foreclosure.

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Huckabee Explains Rapist Case

Mike Huckabee speaks with Harry Smith about the parole of a rapist while he was governor of Arkansas, including the role of Bill Clinton in the case.

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What's In A Name?

As "Up to the Minute" Contributor Petrie Hosken explains in this London Comment, one controversial teddy bear is stirring things up across the pond.

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Thursday: In the wake of the Omaha massacre, troubling questions about mall security. Help for subprime mortgage holders. What do the candidates fear losing most? And a holiday homecoming story.

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MoneyWatch

President Bush's subprime mortgage plan was met with a positive response from Wall Street, reports Alexis Christoforousa

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MoneyWatch

Alison Harmelin has today's top financial news. The White House will be extending a helping hand to homeowners, as President Bush offers a plan to freeze mortgages for the next five years.

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