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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Headzup - Fred Thompson Withdraws



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Thom Hartmann - Jim DeMint on Morality



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Climate Change & The State of the Union - ASK THE EXPERT - Dan Weiss

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What will President Bush say about the climate change crisis in his final State of the Union address to Congress? Dan Weiss of the Center for American Progress says talking and doing are very different -- and we will get more of the former than the latter in ASK THE EXPERT, the new video feature from The Center for American Progress.

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Thom Hartmann - Economic Meltdown



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Dr. John Bray - The HPV Virus



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Headzup - McCain Hearts MLK



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TV Ad- Protect



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Weekend In New York- Korean New York

Seth Kugel explores Korean New York, whose cultural offerings extend far beyond food.

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Eye To Eye- Grease-Fueled Car

Only On The Web: Richard Schlesinger speaks with Michael Cohen, whose concern for the environment caused him to seek an alternative source of fuel for his car in the most unlikely of places.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Wednesday: A rollercoaster ride on Wall Street; Bill Clinton gets hot under the collar; an inconclusive autopsy on Heath Ledger; Katie Couric's "primary questions"; and grease-fueled cars.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Wednesday: A rollercoaster ride on Wall Street; Bill Clinton gets hot under the collar; an inconclusive autopsy on Heath Ledger; Katie Couric's "primary questions"; and grease-fueled cars.

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Bill Speaks Out Against Barack

Hillary Clinton's number-one supporter once again got into the middle of her ongoing feud with Barack Obama. Katie Couric reports.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Wednesday: A rollercoaster ride on Wall Street; Bill Clinton gets hot under the collar; an inconclusive autopsy on Heath Ledger; Katie Couric's "primary questions"; and grease-fueled cars.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Wednesday: A rollercoaster ride on Wall Street; Bill Clinton gets hot under the collar; an inconclusive autopsy on Heath Ledger; Katie Couric's "primary questions"; and grease-fueled cars.

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A New Kind Of Grease Car

New technology allows for diesel engines to run on vegetable oil, something that saves the environment and your money all at the same time. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Gaza Border Fence Blown Up

Militants from Gaza used landmines to blast through a border fence allowing Palestinians to enter Egypt. The Egyptian president ordered guards to allow their purchase of food. Richard Roth reports.

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Navigating The Job Market

The U.S. mortgage crisis has resulted in the loss of many well-paid jobs. Experts say that one of the fastest ways to find a new job is to look into a new field. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Primary Questions- Disillusion

As part of the CBS News series "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asks each presidential candidate what they identify as being the most disillusioning part of running for president of the U.S.

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Couric's Campaign Notebook

With the economy in the spotlight, many of the '08 presidential candidates have found a way to incorporate it into their campaigns. Katie Couric reports from her Campaign' 08 Notebook.

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Disillusionment- Obama

As part of the CBS News series "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asks Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., what he finds the most disillusioning aspect of running for president of the United States.

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Disillusionment- McCain

As part of the CBS News series "Primary Questions," Katie Couric asks Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., what he finds the most disillusioning aspect of running for president of the United States.

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Edwards Sings 'Amazing Grace'

Only On The Web: Democratic candidate John Edwards sings "Amazing Grace" in South Carolina, his home state. He says that the next U.S. president needs to understand Southern life.

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Rescuing A Fragile Economy

Democrats and Republicans are putting politics aside to generate a plan to turn the economy around. Lawmakers are hammering out the details, but their biggest obstacle is time. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bill Clinton Lashes Out

CBS News RAW: Former President Bill Clinton became visibly upset when asked about accusations that his comments on the campaign trail made appeals to voters based on race and gender.

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End Of The Trail For Thompson

Only On The Web: CBS News' John Bentley, embedded with the Fred Thompson campaign for months, looks back at Thompson's run, his late entry in the race, and the high expectations for the ex-senator.

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Clinton Ad- 'Warned'

This Hillary Clinton ad airing in several Super Tuesday states focuses on the economy. Narrator: "Hillary Clinton warned Bush last March to act or homes would be foreclosed. Bush did nothing."

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Palestinians Breach Gaza Wall

Palestinians have been pouring into Egypt from Gaza by the thousands, seeking food, fuel and refuge from the severe blockade imposed by Israel. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bin Laden's Son Speaks Out

Only On The Web: Osama bin Laden's son Omar tells Maggie Rodriguez what he would say to his father if he had the opportunity.

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Bin Laden Son Talks Peace

Omar Bin Laden, son of Osama Bin Laden tells Maggie Rodriguez he wants to create a dialogue for peace between his father and the United States.

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Could Obama Fix The Economy?

Sen. Barack Obama talks to Harry Smith about the economic issues facing Americans and how he would fix them.

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World Markets Calm After Cut

World markets responded favorably to the Fed's three-quarter point Interest rate cut that prevented a Wall Street free fall. Another rate cut could be on the way. Anthony Mason reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on how the Fed rate cut helps the market; expectations surrounding corporate earnings news; and anticipation over the government economic stimulus package.

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Who Let the Dogs Out in Florida?

Who Let the Dogs Out in Florida?

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Elisabeth Chun Testifies on Early Education

Elisabeth Chun, Executive Director of Good Beginnings Alliance, traveled from Hawai'i to DC to testify on the importance of quality early education.

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Chun Praises Hirono on Early Education

Hawai'i educator Elisabeth Chun praises the PRE-K Act and the Early Educator Loan Forgiveness Act, two of Congresswoman Hirono's initiatives to improve early education.

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Hirono Chairs Education & Labor

Congresswoman Hirono, a leader on early childhood education issues, filled in for Committee Chairman George Miller as chair for a hearing on quality early education and presented an opening statement on his behalf.

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Rep. Hirono Introduces Chun to the Education & Labor Committee

Congresswoman Hirono introduces Hawai'i educator Elisabeth Chun, one of the expert witnesses at the Education & Labor Committee's hearing on early education.

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