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Sunday, January 13, 2008

Schieffer Versus Schieffer

The media got it wrong when it came to the New Hampshire primary elections. But who can be held accountable? Bob Schieffer interviews none other than himself in order to get the record straight.

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Huckabee Notes Romney's Faults

Bob Schieffer speaks with Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who does not expect to win the Michigan primary election although he argues that he is a stronger candidate than Mitt Romney.

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Can A Recession Be Stopped?

Mike Huckabee says that the American economy cannot be helped by raising taxes. He tells Bob Schieffer about his plans to help stop Michigan and other states from entering a full scale recession.

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Romney Pushes For Home State

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney focuses his campaign in Michigan, the state where he was raised. Romney tells Bob Schiffer about his recent campaign strategies in the Wolverine State.

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In Case Of Recession

Stephanie AuWerter, Editor of SmartMoney.com, discusses the possibility of a recession and what to do to successfully ride out the storm.

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War Against Women In Congo

The civil war in Congo is an ethnic conflict, but gender has become a crucial factor. Women are bearing the brunt of one of the horrible weapons used in the war: rape. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.

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Andy Rooney On Umbrellas

They come in all shapes and sizes, and can make political or fashion statements, although Andy Rooney prefers his simple and black. Rooney notes that everyone turns to an umbrella eventually.

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Mr. Facebook's Personal Page

What's on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's personal page? Lesley Stahl got a sneak peek when she interviewed him in Palo Alto.

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Kara Swisher On Facebook

Blogger, and sometime Facebook critic, Kara Swisher actually has a page on Facebook. She shares her likes and dislikes of the service and the company behind it.

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The Face Behind Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg is said to be worth $3 billion for founding the social networking Web site Facebook. Lesley Stahl talks to the man whose $15 billion company could be the next Google.

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Debate Over Calif. Emissions

Politicians want to lower fuel emissions in California, but the EPA and automakers suggest that officials in this state are being unrealistic. Ben Tracy reports.

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Hybrid Race Is On!

Automakers such as Ford and Chrysler are preparing to unleash a series of fuel efficient models in order to compensate for the increasing costs of petroleum gasoline. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Bush- Iran Sponsors Terror

In a visit to the oil rich fields of Abu Dhabi, President Bush delivered a speech in which he declares Iran to be a harbinger of terrorism for this region. Bill Plante reports from Abu Dhabi.

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Campaign Heats Up In Michigan

Presidential candidates ranging from Mitt Romney to John McCain are pledging change for Michigan residents. But, as Bill Whitaker reports, it may be challenging to convince many disgruntled voters.

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Clinton Addresses Race Issue

Critics have accused her of racial insensitivity and now, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is accusing her Democratic rivals of inflaming the controversy. Jim Axelrod has more.

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