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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Web Ad- Proud Conservative

John McCain has a 24 year track record of being a proud conservative.

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Jeanne Shaheen on Close Up


Scott Spradling interviews Gov. Jeanne Shaheen on WMUR's Close Up

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AWOL

Amie Parnes discovers what happens when the boss is away.

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AWOL

Amie Parnes discovers what happens when the boss is away.

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Amie Parnes discovers what happens when the boss is away.

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Jonah's Snake-Bit Economy



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Headzup - Rudy Mr. 9-11



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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the drop in world markets; expectations surrounding corporate earnings reports; IRA audits on the rise; and the rollout of more hybrid vehicle options.

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Markets Plunge, Fed Drops Interest Rates

The Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates to 3 1/2 percent. Jack Hough, Columnist for SmartMoney.com and author of "Your Next Great Stock", discusses the rate cut and looks at the future of the U.S. economy.

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China In Space

As China inches closer and closer to having an astronaut walk on the moon, many are wondering if they will use the new technology to assist their military technology as well. Barry Petersen explains.

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World Looks To U.S. Market

The U.S. managing editor of the Financial Times, Chrystia Freeland, tells Julie Chen that belief in world markets independent of the U.S. economy still prove false.

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Pres. Clinton Caught Snoozing

President Bill Clinton was caught nodding off at a church service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Meg Oliver reports on politicians who can't stay awake at those important moments.

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World Markets Take Dive

Dissatisfied with the U.S. economic stimulus package President Bush unveiled last week, world markets have plunged. Barry Petersen and Mark Phillips report.

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Super Tuesday Explained

Jeff Greenfield explains to Harry Smith how the two parties allocate delegates differently and what Super Tuesday on Feb. 5 will mean to each of them.

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Democratic Debate Losers

Bob Schieffer speaks with Harry Smith on the effects of the testy South Carolina Democratic debate. Jeff Greenfield says the sharp exchanges don't bode well for Sen. Barack Obama.

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Slugfest At S.C. Dem Debate

Dean Reynolds reports on the tough talk and accusations among Sens. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards in the Democratic presidential debate. Bob Schieffer says it didn't help anybody.

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Bin Laden's Son Prefers Peace

Osama Bin Laden's son Omar says violence is not the way to defend Islam and that he wants to be an ambassador for peace to the West.

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Israel Eases Gaza Blockade

Violent clashes rocked Gaza as protestors demanded that a supply blockade imposed by Israel as payback for rocket attacks by Hamas militants by lifted. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Romney Ad- 'Mi Padre'

In this South Florida Spanish-language television ad, Craig Romney describes his father's record and says, "Above all, Mitt Romney is a family man, a great father, husband and grandfather."

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Edwards Ad- 'What Happened'

In this S.C. television ad, John Edwards takes on rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for contributions from lobbyists and drug companies. Narrator: "Whatever happened to the party of the people?"

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Obama Ad- 'Inspiring'

This national television ad highlights Barack Obama's record as a community organizer, state senator, and U.S. senator. It features quotes from several politicians and Obama's 2004 DNC speech.

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Romney Ad- Conservative Change

In this Florida television ad, Mitt Romney says "our economy is slowing" and "Washington is broken." Romney: "We can fix it with real conservative change."

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 01-22

Ramy Inocencio has the recap of Monday night's frenzied Democratic Presidential Debate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!

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No Mickey Mouse Stuff In Fla.

CBS News RAW: In Orlando, Mike Huckabee says he plans "no Mickey Mouse operation in Florida," but downplays his need for a win there. Huckabee: "Winning the nomination is what our main target is."

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Fed Cuts Interest Rate

As international stock markets plunged, the Federal Reserve stepped in with an emergency interest rate cut of 3/4 of a percent. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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A Block

Tuesday: A surprise cut in interest rates helps calm a turbulent market; Fred Thompson quits the GOP race; Actor Heath Ledger found dead in Manhattan; and good news about heart disease.

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D Block

Tuesday: A surprise cut in interest rates helps calm a turbulent market; Fred Thompson quits the GOP race; Actor Heath Ledger found dead in Manhattan; and good news about heart disease.

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C Block

Tuesday: A surprise cut in interest rates helps calm a turbulent market; Fred Thompson quits the GOP race; Actor Heath Ledger found dead in Manhattan; and good news about heart disease.

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B Block

Tuesday: A surprise cut in interest rates helps calm a turbulent market; Fred Thompson quits the GOP race; Actor Heath Ledger found dead in Manhattan; and good news about heart disease.

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Whole Foods Bans Plastic Bags

The popular grocery store Whole Foods is planning to ban the use of plastic bags to protect the environment. But some environmentalists fear that the paper alternative is worse. Ben Tracy reports.

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Thompson Leaves Race

Fred Thompson has dropped out of the GOP race, but has not said if he will support any of his Republican rivals. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Global Markets Dive

Amid falling markets worldwide, the Fed moved to cut interest rates three-fourths of a point. But was the measure enough? Anthony Mason reports.

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Congress Unites For Economy

Republicans and Democrats are working together to try rescue the economy. Bill Plante reports.

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Retirement Plans Put On Hold

In the latest snapshot of how economic woes affect normal people, Sandra Hughes looks at a Southern California couple who have postponed their retirement plans due to the troubled economy.

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OBAMA & HILLARY S.C. SMACKDOWN-Did Edwards Come Out on Top?

OBAMA & HILLARY S.C. SMACKDOWN-Did Edwards Come Out on Top?

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