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Monday, December 10, 2007

Headzup - Tancredo Boycotts Univision



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Eco-Friendly Gifts pt. 2



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Weekend In New York- The Worlds of Queens

Queens is New York's real United Nations, the one without stuffy diplomats and security checks.

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Magazine- Drawing From New Sources

Ways to save and generate energy from The New York Times Magazine's Year in Ideas.

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Eye On Afghan Refugees

Khaled Hosseini, the best-selling author of "The Kite Runner," says that refugees in Afghanistan are doomed without the continued support of the international community.

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Operation Dream Seed

Thalia Assuras profiles Operation Dreamseed, a nonprofit organization that distributes school supplies to children in Afghanistan.

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Black Leader Spurns Obama

Former UN ambassador and civil rights leader Andrew Young has endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton rather than Sen. Barack Obama. Julie Chen talks to Maynard Eaton of The Newsmakers Journal.

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E-gifting Can Spoil Christmas

If you like the convenience of ordering gifts on the Web, be sure to look for gift wrapping options or make arrangements so the gift or its value will not be inadvertently revealed to the recipient.

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Bill Clinton Talks Charity

President Bill Clinton sits down with Harry Smith to discuss the importance of charitable giving, his philanthropy work and the 2008 campaign.

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Gore Attends Nobel Ceremony

Former Vice President Al Gore picked up his Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in Norway and said that a new U.S. president will help fight climate change. Richard Roth reports.

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Standing "O"vation

Oprah Winfrey campaigns for Democratic Sen. Barack Obama, hoping to give him an edge over Sen. Hillary Clinton as they are neck and neck in the polls. Dean Reynolds reports.

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ISP- Public Pole Dancing

On today's show: A daring new Website; a Texas swinger's club; and a teen pranks the White House.

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MoneyWatch

Only On The Web: Alexis Christoforous reports on the Fed's hints at a rate cut; and a bill that could mean higher prices at the supermarket.

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2008 Election- A Look At The Numbers

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor for CBSNews.com, discusses the 2008 presidential candidates and takes a look at their most recent poll numbers.

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Last Minute Travel Deals

If you still haven't bought your holiday plane tickets, listen up; Amy Ziff, Editor-in-Chief of Travelocity.com has some tips for finding that last minute deal.

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Romney Ad- 'Choice'

In Mitt Romney's latest campaign ad, he uses Mike Huckabee's views on illegal immigration as a way to highlight his hard line stance on a heated issue for the '08 presidential candidates.

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Disparity In Drug Sentencing

The Supreme Court said judges may impose shorter prison terms for crack cocaine crimes as opposed to cocaine powder crimes. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Romney On Religion, Huckabee

Katie Couric speaks with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney about the pertinence of his Mormon faith and the developing rivalry with Mike Huckabee.

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Mom Returns Gift Of Adoption

Tallia Hart returned to her native Vietnam to adopt a baby girl; it's a story that bears resemblance to her own experience that began in the carnage of the Vietnam War. John Blackstone reports.

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Schieffer On Obama

Katie Couric speaks with chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about Oprah Winfrey's recent campaign appearance with Barack Obama, and how much that might help him.

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Obama Buoyed By Oprah

They Call It O-mentum: with Oprah At His Side, Barack Obama Begins To Chip Away At Hillary Clinton's Lead. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Notebook- Darfur

Genocide has claimed 400,000 lives in Darfur, a war-torn region of Sudan, and 4 million more hang in the balance. During a time of peace and joy, Katie Couric questions the world's response.

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First Look- Popular Democrats

Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are heating up the competition with the celebrity of Oprah Winfrey and Bill Clinton. Dean Reynolds previews the "Evening News."

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Man Behind CIA Tape Disposal

There's a chill in Washington over the CIA tape case. David Martin reports the decision to destroy videotapes of the interrogations of two terror suspects apparently can be traced to one official at the agency.

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Oprah's S.C. Speech For Obama

CBS News RAW: Oprah Winfrey speaks on behalf of Barack Obama in the football stadium at the University of South Carolina. The campaign said more than 29,000 people attended the event.

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McCain Ad- 'Backbone Of Steel'

Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling talks about his support for John McCain in this ad. Schilling: "I've seen some tough competitors in my time, but none tougher than John McCain."

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Edwards On Campaign Star Power

CBS News RAW: Asked about celebrities like Oprah Winfrey joining politicians on the trail, John Edwards says he doesn't believe voters base their decision on which stars have endorsed a candidate.

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Clinton Ad- 'New Beginning'

In her latest television ad to hit the airwaves in Iowa, Hillary Clinton calls for a "new beginning" on health care, education, and foreign policy.

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Prize Spurs Gore On

Al Gore attended a ceremony to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his campaign against climate change. Charlie D'Agata asks him if he'll pursue another campaign ? for the presidency.

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Gore On Nobel And Skeptics

Al Gore reflects on how the Nobel Peace Prize has bolstered the battle against global warming and whether he views the win as a vindication over skeptics. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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