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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Video Trail Mix- What's Next for the Dems

With the Democratic presidential race still unclear after Super Tuesday, CQ Politics' Craig Crawford - and his broken foot - explain what is next for candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

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Urbaneye- UrbanEye- Fashion Week With Chloe

The downtown demimonde turns out for a party for Chloe Sevigny's new clothing line. Melena Ryzik air-kisses and reports.

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McCain Probable Nominee

Sen. John McCain is so far ahead in delegates for the GOP presidential nomination that he may be unstoppable. Mitt Romney has a tough decision after Huckabee stole lots of votes. Chip Reid reports.

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Al Qaeda Videos Target Kids

Children as young as six-years-old are being turned into killers, after being recruited through al Qaeda training videos that make war look like a game. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Dems Still Have Long Fight

The Democratic presidential contenders have eight state contests in the next two weeks, continuing what may be a journey of weeks or months to the nomination. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Notebook- Politics And The Web

Nearly a quarter of Americans get their political news from the Internet, especially people between the ages of 18 and 29. Katie Couric comments.

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Races Not Over Yet

Super Tuesday closed with no definite nominees. Jeff Greenfield and Bob Schieffer tell Katie Couric that McCain is close to getting the GOP nomination, but the Democratic race could drag on some time.

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Where Can Far Right Turn?

Jeff Greenfield and Bob Schieffer speak with Katie Couric about conservative evangelicals who don't like McCain but have no real alternative. And Scott Pelley analyzes Huckabee's success in the south.

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Calif. Loss A Blow To Romney

Mitt Romney's loss in California is a devastating blow to his campaign. Bill Whitaker talks with Katie Couric about whether Romney can go on.

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More Votes, Less Delegates?

Super Tuesday could give Hillary Clinton more votes but leave Barack Obama with more delegates. Jeff Greenfield and Bob Schieffer explain how this works and what's ahead for the Democratic race.

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McCain Confident Of Lead

CBS News RAW: Republican candidate John McCain addresses his home state of Arizona, saying that his wins have enabled mothers there to tell their children to dream big.

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The New Mujahedeen

CBS News RAW: U.S. military Rear Admiral Gregory Smith explains a video recovered from a raid on an al Qaeda hideout, depicting Iraqi children in a mock raid carrying guns.

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Obama- Clinton Not Real Change

CBS News RAW: In the midst of a nail-bighting Super Tuesday, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., reaffirmed his ties with rival Sen. Hillary Clinton, but said she would not do enough to change Washington.

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Super Tuesday By The Numbers

Super Tuesday may have settled the GOP race by giving John McCain a commanding lead, but the Democratic race is still wide open. Chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer breaks down the numbers.

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Candidate's Next Steps

Nicolle Wallace and Joe Trippi tell Harry Smith where the candidates stand after Super Tuesday, including McCain's likely plans and the long road ahead for the Democratic nomination.

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McCain's Super Tuesday Triumph

Sen. John McCain's Super Tuesday wins made him the clear Republican front-runner, but his competitors maintain the race is far from over. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Race Goes On For Democrats

It was a neck-and-neck race for the Democrats, with both Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama claiming the better Super Tuesday finish. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Huckabee Sweeps South

Mike Huckabee surprised pundits with a Super Tuesday sweep of the South. Emboldened by the strong finish, he's pledged to continue his fight for the White House. Harry Smith reports.

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Evening News Pt. 1, 02/06/08

Wednesday: Killer tornadoes ravage the South. The Democratic race slogs forward. Al Qaeda is now training children to become terrorists. New technology to grow replacement body parts.

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Evening News Pt. 4, 02/06/08

Wednesday: Killer tornadoes ravage the South. The Democratic race slogs forward. Al Qaeda is now training children to become terrorists. New technology to grow replacement body parts.

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Evening News Pt. 2, 02/06/08

Wednesday: Killer tornadoes ravage the South. The Democratic race slogs forward. Al Qaeda is now training children to become terrorists. New technology to grow replacement body parts.

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Evening News Pt. 3, 02/06/08

Wednesday: Killer tornadoes ravage the South. The Democratic race slogs forward. Al Qaeda is now training children to become terrorists. New technology to grow replacement body parts.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's losing streak; the Senate nears a vote on the economic stimulus package; and a Japanese study shows cell phones do not cause cancer.

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Atlantis' Next Mission

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood discusses Shuttle Atlantis' next mission and explains how this space flight will help the European space program.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on health advocates' criticism of President Bush's proposed budget; a link between secondhand smoke and allergies; and a makeover for a decade-old food guide.

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Video Trail Mix- What's Next for the Dems

With the Democratic presidential race still unclear after Super Tuesday, CQ Politics' Craig Crawford - and his broken foot - explain what is next for candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

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