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Friday, December 14, 2007

Hillary Apologizes To Obama

Hillary Clinton apologized to Barack Obama after an aide made reference to past drug-use. The advisor has since resigned. Russ Mitchell reports.

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MLB Steroid Use Revealed

With more players being named in the MLB steroid scandal, many are wondering how the game will be affected in the long run. Mike Freeman, Columnist for CBSSports.com, weighs in.

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Glowing Cats

CBS News RAW: Geneticists in South Korea have produced a series of Turkish Angora cats that glow red when exposed to ultraviolet rays, proving that genes can be inserted during the cloning process.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on soaring consumer prices, igniting inflation fears; also online sales are down this season and Nintendo Wii buyers can get rainchecks in certain stores.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Germany's Lufthansa airline has invested in JetBlue; shareholders approved the News Corp.-Dow Jones merger; and mortgage rates moved up this week.

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The FDA Review



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Alberto Gonzales - Lawyer of the Year



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Holiday Song Contest

James Kotecki explains and demonstrates the 2007 Politico Holiday Song Contest.

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Holiday Song Contest

James Kotecki explains and demonstrates the 2007 Politico Holiday Song Contest.

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Holiday Song Contest

James Kotecki explains and demonstrates the 2007 Politico Holiday Song Contest.

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Capitol Hill's Money Pit

Though it's slated as five acres of marble, bronze and mahogany, some say the proposed Capitol Hill Visitors Center has turned a money pit, gobbling up your tax dollars. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Huckabee Besieged By Opponents

Mike Huckabee's meteoric rise in the polls has drawn national attention. His Republican opponents have also taken notice, and now they're taking aim. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Congress To Hold MLB Hearings

Baseball's steroid scandal will soon take center stage in Washington. Former Senator George Mitchell has been called to testify on Capitol Hill about his bombshell report. Susan Roberts has more.

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Bush- Steroids Sullied MLB

CBS News RAW: President Bush, who once owned the Texas Rangers, weighed in on Major League Baseball's steroid scandal, saying that players and owners alike must take the Mitchell Report seriously.

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South Korean Lawmakers Fight

CBS News RAW: A large-scale fight broke out in South Korea's National Assembly in Seoul, as members of opposing parties vied for possession of the speaker's chair.

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Sledding With John Edwards

Only On The Web: After the Des Moines Register Democratic Debate, John Edwards takes his children Jack and Emma Claire sledding at Fort Dodge, a National Guard base in Johnston, Iowa.

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Heroes At Home

Harry Smith profiles the story of Bobby LaMarche, an Iraq war veteran whose courageous recovery inspired a community to band together and help retrofit his home.

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Edwards In Dead Heat In Iowa

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards speaks with Harry Smith about the Iowa caucuses and beyond.

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Stars Get Humanitarian Award

Actors George Clooney and Don Cheadle received an award from Nobel Peace laureates in Rome for their outreach and fundraising work to aid Darfur. Allen Pizzey reports.

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