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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Final Countdown

Ben Smith counts down Iowa.

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Final Countdown

Ben Smith counts down Iowa.

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Final Countdown

Ben Smith counts down Iowa.

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White Noise - Blackwater- The Crusade



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Rudy's Terrorist Ties



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A Song Of Simplicity



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Awaiting Tomorrow



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What Finish Would Please Fred?

Only On The Web: Fred Thompson resorts to hand signals - and has a little fun with reporters - when asked what position he'd be happy with finishing in when the Iowa caucus results are announced.

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Clinton Thanks Reporters

Hillary Clinton makes a surprise visit aboard the press bus after an event in Indianola, Iowa. Bearing coffee and bagels, Clinton says "I just want to thank you all. It's been a long campaign."

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Edwards' Impromptu Bus Presser

Surprising reporters with coffee as his campaign continues a 36-hour marathon tour across Iowa, John Edwards answers a few questions, including whether he's stuck to a vow to quit drinking Diet Coke.

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Bloomberg 'Not A Candidate'

CBS News RAW: At a press conference in New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg who recently registered as an independent, fueling speculation of a presidential run, declares "I am not a candidate."

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Home Stretch To Iowa

The 2008 presidential candidates are on a campaign frenzy as the race to the Iowa Caucus enters the home stretch with no clear frontrunners in either of the two parties. Drew Levinson reports.

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Up All Night With Edwards

Only On The Web: John Edwards is spending some late nights in a 36-hour marathon across Iowa, which includes events into the early morning. In Creston, he addressed supporters at 2:30 AM.

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Clinton Video- 'Crossroads'

On caucus eve, Hillary Clinton is airing this video on evening newscasts across Iowa. Clinton: "I ask you to caucus for me tomorrow. Put on your coats and call up a friend and help me change America."

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Romney Poised For Tight Race

After months of persistent campaigning, Mitt Romney is bracing for a very tight race in Iowa. Bill Whitaker reports.

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How Does A Caucus Work Anyway?

The only similarity between the Democratic and Republican caucuses is that they are both holding one tomorrow. Jeff Greenfield explains the Democrat's complicated process.

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Campaign Notebook

Iowa is the "make or break" state in more ways than one as Fred Thompson hints he may bow out. For others, the cost of TV ads in Iowa alone is staggering. Meanwhile Giuliani is in New Hampshire.

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Obama Trolls For Independents

Barack Obama is working hard to court independent caucus goers, and polls indicate the Illinois senator has their favor. But will they show up to caucus? Dean Reynolds reports.

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Edwards Running On Adrenaline

Call John Edwards the marathon man. He's been conducting a non-stop blitz all over Iowa and has been campaigning for 36 hours straight. Chip Reid reports.

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Huckabee's Late Night TV Flap

Mike Huckabee walked right into the middle of a controversy when he crossed a picket line to appear on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on its first night back on the air. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Eye On The Elusive Iowa Voters

Katie Couric looks at the people of Iowa, who for one day every four years can make or break a candidate.

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McCain Looking Alive In Iowa

With national polls giving him a boost, John McCain hopes to place at least third in Iowa, which could set the stage for a strong NH showing. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Notebook- Why Iowa?

On Jan. 3 the first votes will be cast for the 2008 presidential election in Iowa. For many Americans the question isn't just who will win, but also: Why Iowa? Katie Couric reports.

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Candidates' Daughters Shine

Carrying on a longstanding tradition, the daughters of the '08 presidential candidates have taken on a myriad of responsibilities to help their parent on the way to the White House. Nancy Cordes reports.

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The White House In Movies

Glenn Kenny of Premiere.com shares with Russ Mitchell his all-time favorite movies about the White House and presidents.

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Child-Friendly Jobs For Mom

Carol Evans, CEO of Working Mother Media, talks to Maggie Rodriguez about how moms can participate in the workforce and still have time for the kids.

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Bhutto Was Ready To Bare Plot

On the day she was murdered, Benazir Bhutto was to deliver a report that alleged poll rigging and diversion of U.S. aid by the Pakistani government. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Anything Could Happen In Iowa

Jeff Greenfield tells Harry Smith that this is the first presidential race he can remember where nobody could predict the outcome for either party.

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Obama Targets Undecided Iowans

Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., is targeting undecided voters as the Iowa Caucus approaches and the race for the Democratic party nomination heats up. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Kenya Fears Civil War

Hundreds are dead in Kenya after alleged election fraud spawned violent riots and clashes along tribal lines. Katherine Arms speaks with Harry Smith from Nairobi.

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Huckabee And Romney In Iowa

Mike Huckabee is trying to hold his lead in the Republican presidential race in Iowa while Mitt Romney aims to overtake him. Nancy Cordes and Bill Whitaker report.

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Caucus Fever

As the 2008 election caucuses and primaries approach, Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor of CBSNews.com, discusses the candidates and how they may fair in the early stages of the election.

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Wednesday: Crunch time in Iowa: Huckabee crosses a picket line; McCain's surge continues. Jeff Greenfield explains the caucus system; and Katie Couric profiles much-sought Iowa voters.

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Wednesday: Crunch time in Iowa: Huckabee crosses a picket line; McCain's surge continues. Jeff Greenfield explains the caucus system; and Katie Couric profiles much-sought Iowa voters.

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Wednesday: Crunch time in Iowa: Huckabee crosses a picket line; McCain's surge continues. Jeff Greenfield explains the caucus system; and Katie Couric profiles much-sought Iowa voters.

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Wednesday: Crunch time in Iowa: Huckabee crosses a picket line; McCain's surge continues. Jeff Greenfield explains the caucus system; and Katie Couric profiles much-sought Iowa voters.

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MoneyWatch

Crude oil hit the $100 dollar mark for the very first time, prompting new fears of a recession and igniting a sell-off on Wall Street. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Carter Evans reports on Wall Street's recession fears; the climbing price of crude oil; and expert tips on how to save money in the New Year.

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ONE DAY TO IOWA

ONE DAY TO IOWA

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