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Friday, December 21, 2007

Mary Landrieu At Center Of Earmark Controversy


The President of Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) highlights Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu's controversial $2 million earmark for a campaign contributor.

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CIA Tapes Case Goes To Court

A federal judge presiding over a lawsuit by Guantanamo Bay detainees is looking into whether the CIA's destruction of interrogation videotapes amounts to destruction of evidence. Susan Roberts reports.

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Charlie D'Agata Wraps Up '07

The battle for Baghdad; political unrest in Pakistan; and a square off between Britain and Iran all made headlines around the world. Charlie D'Agata wraps up 2007's top foreign stories from London.

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Huckabee On Xmas Ad Critics

Only On The Web: Mike Huckabee addresses the criticism and "subliminal messages" found in his Christmas ad, "What Really Matters." Huckabee: "If you play the spot backwards, it says 'Paul is dead.'"

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Top Political Stories Of '07

What are the biggest political stories of the year? From the Hill to the White House - and the '08 trail - Susan Roberts looks at the standoffs, shakeups and scandals that drove politics news in 2007.

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Huckabee Ready To Fight Back

Only On The Web: Speaking with CBS News' Nancy Cordes aboard his private plane, Mike Huckabee addresses his decision to fire back at his opponents' criticism.

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Eye To Eye- Billy Joel

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks to Billy Joel and Cass Dillon about what "Christmas In Fallujah" means to soldiers serving in Iraq.

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Family Gets Slain Marine's Dog

When Dustin Lee was killed in Iraq his combat dog Lex would not leave his body. Now after nine months of petitioning by Lee's family, Lex is coming to live with them. Dr. Debbye Turner reports.

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Easing Holiday Travel

The TSA has advised passengers to pack in layers and not bring liquids, while the president has opened up military routes to civilians to ease holiday travel congestion. Joie Chen reports.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a study that shows heart attack victims rarely lose weight; the disturbing link between cancer screenings and private insurance; and the rising cost of health care.

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