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Tuesday, February 5, 2008

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The Boston Globe's Dina Rudick set-up a camera inside a polling station in Boston's West Roxbury neighborhood for nearly two hours. She asked voters what they thought of casting their ballots on a historic Super Tuesday.

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Super Tuesday Predictions

Politico asks people outside of the White House: Who do you think will win the nomination?

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Super Tuesday Predictions

Politico asks people outside of the White House: Who do you think will win the nomination?

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Super Tuesday Predictions

Politico asks people outside of the White House: Who do you think will win the nomination?

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No 'Billary' White House

Sen. Hillary Clinton tells David Letterman on "The Late Show" that she plans to wear "the pantsuits," laying to rest any question of which Clinton will be in charge if she's elected.

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The Web-Based Youth Vote

Only On The Web: Daniel Sieberg takes a look at Internet's all-important role in this year's Super Tuesday primary and the creativity some of the candidates are using to attract youth voters.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a new concern for parents of young children; smoking prevention does not cut down on health care costs; and a study that explores links between vaccines and autism.

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Eye To Eye- Youth Vote

Youth voters are reported as being more interested and active in this year's primary election than in past years. Researcher Karlo Marcelo talks with Daniel Sieberg.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors are cashing in on Wall Street profits; Google shares drop below $500; and the difficulties facing people with good credit seeking home loans.

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Visit Your Doctor Online

You may find your doctor online instead of on the phone for check ups on existing conditions. Dr. Holly Phillips tells Maggie Rodriguez that your insurance may even pay for "the visit."

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What's Special About Tuesday?

In national elections, why do we always vote on Tuesday? CBS Early Show national correspondent Jeff Glor has the answer.

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Mapping Out Super Tuesday

A historic 24 states are taking part in this Super Tuesday. CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield gives a state-by-state breakdown of the contests.

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Hillary On Why She Should Win

Harry Smith gives Sen. Hillary Clinton the chance to make a final appeal to voters on Super Tuesday.

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Final Push For Super Tuesday

It's a battle to the finish as the 2008 presidential candidates scramble for votes. Twenty-four states finally get to vote and caucus on this historic Super Tuesday. Chip Reid reports.

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Mitt Romney One-On-One

Fighting a three-way battle with Sen. John McCain and Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney is swinging heading into Super Tuesday swinging. Romney speaks to Harry Smith about his strategy and expectations.

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Barack Obama One-On-One

Illinois Sen. Barack Obama speaks to Maggie Rodriguez about his strategy and expectations for Super Tuesday.

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Hillary Congratulates Obama

CBS News RAW: Speaking to a frenzied crowd of supporters in New York, N.Y., Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., congratulated her main rival, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., on his Super Tuesday wins.

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Huckabee A Razorback At Heart

CBS News RAW: Mike Huckabee thanked supporters in Little Rock, Ark., promising to unite the nation through family values and Republican Party unity.

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McCain Ad- 'Trust'

A new John McCain ad shows Mitt Romney saying he is "not trying to return to Reagan-Bush." McCain then asks "if we can't trust Mitt Romney on Ronald Reagan, how can we trust him to lead America?"

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Romney Ad- 'Very Close'

A new ad for Mitt Romney shows similarities between the policy of John McCain and Hillary Clinton, asking "don't we need a leader who agrees with conservatives?"

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Romney On Wins And Plan

CBS News RAW: Republican candidate Mitt Romney addresses supporters in Boston, Mass., saying that he has the experience to strengthen the economy because of his previous job in the private sector.

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Youth Vote Favors Obama

Anthony Mason reports that youth voters are largely supporting Democratic candidate Barack Obama, including women under 30. Older women generally support Hillary Clinton.

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Huckabee Wins First Race

Mike Huckabee has won the first race of Super Tuesday in West Virginia. There are nine "winner-take-all" state races for the GOP, meaning 388 delegates are up for grabs. Teri Okita reports.

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Race Gap Widens In South

Anthony Mason analyzes the racial division of voters for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and finds that the divide widens in the southern states.

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Clinton Wins Kennedy Territory

Although Mass. Sen. Ted Kennedy endorsed Obama, Hillary Clinton took that state. Jeff Greenfield and Bob Schieffer analyze results in the northeast.

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Eye To Eye- Youth Vote

Youth voters are reported as being more interested and active in this year's primary election than in past years. Researcher Karlo Marcelo talks with Daniel Sieberg.

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Cyber Youth Rock The Vote

Voters under 30 seem to be engaged in this presidential contest more than anytime since the 60s, and Internet technology is what's bringing them in. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Recession-Proof Jobs?

In the past two recessions, health care and education gained thousands of jobs whereas construction and retail lost them. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Super Tuesday- John McCain's speech

Excerpts of Arizona Sen. John McCain's speech to his supporters in Phoenix on Super Tuesday night. Video from CNN.

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Super Tuesday- Mitt Romney's speech

Excerpts from Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney's speech to supporters in Boston. Video courtesy of C-SPAN.

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Super Tuesday- Barack Obama's speech

Excerpts from Illinois Sen. Barack Obama's Super Tuesday speech to supporters in Chicago. Credit: C-SPAN

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Super Tuesday- Hillary Clinton's speech

Excerpts from New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's address to supporters at her headquarters in New York, a state she won handily. Credit: C-SPAN

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Super Tuesday- Mike Huckabee's speech

Excerpts from Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee's address to supporters in Little Rock, Arkansas. Credit: C-SPAN

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