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Monday, February 11, 2008

Scientist at Work

Carl Zimmer visits Dr. Roger Hanlon in his lab at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass.

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Congressman Tom Lantos

Politico remembers Congressman Tom Lantos.

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Michael Steele at the Washington Summit




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The Yahoo! - Microsoft Merger- How Private is Your Privacy Online?

Why is privacy relevant to Internet company mergers? And what kinds of privacy solutions should merging companies consider? Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Peter Swire explains that Microsoft's bid for Yahoo! deserves some strong scrutiny from Federal regulators, to ensure that the companies don't overstep their bounds with consumers.

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Metro riders discuss issues day before Potomac Primary

The day before the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, riders on the D.C. Metro talk about the issues they consider when choosing a candidate.

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CBS Evening News, Part 1

Monday: Six 9/11 suspects could face death penalty. Is al Qaeda recruiting Westerners? High blood pressure rising in women. How global warming is affecting penguins in Antarctica.

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CBS Evening News, Part 3

Monday: Six 9/11 suspects could face death penalty. Is al Qaeda recruiting Westerners? High blood pressure rising in women. How global warming is affecting penguins in Antarctica.

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CBS Evening News, Part 4

Six 9/11 suspects could face death penalty. Is al Qaeda recruiting Westerners? High blood pressure rising in women. How global warming is affecting penguins in Antarctica.

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CBS Evening News, Part 2

Six 9/11 suspects could face death penalty. Is al Qaeda recruiting Westerners? High blood pressure rising in women. How global warming is affecting penguins in Antarctica.

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Road Ahead For Democrats

Jeff Greenfield talks with Harry Smith about upcoming Democratic primaries and caucuses and what the stakes are for each candidate.

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Clinton Fires Campaign Manager

As the prospect of her winning the Democratic nomination takes a hit in the face of Sen. Barack Obama's formidable challenge, Sen. Hillary Clinton fired her campaign manager. Dean Reynolds reports.

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MoneyWatch

Collaborations are abound in the business world today, as Starbucks and AT&T team up, while NetFlix plans to exclusively offer the Blu-Ray DVDs. Alexis Christoforous has the daily top financial news.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's week ahead; soaring oil prices; and airlines' decision to charge for checked baggage to offset jet fuel costs.

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Polar Penguins Feel The Freeze

In the coldest and most southern point of the world, the Adelie penguins have adapted to global warming ? for now. John Blackstone reports from Antarctica.

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Six Charged In 9/11 Attacks

The U.S. has charged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and five others with the terrorist attacks and will be tried in a military tribunal. David Martin reports.

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Al Qaeda Looks West To Recruit

Only On The Web: Bob Orr speaks with Philip Mudd, Deputy Director of the FBI's National Security Branch, about Western operatives sought by al Qaeda who can move easily within the U.S. and Europe.

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Polar Penguins Feel The Freeze

In the coldest and most southern point of the world, the Adelie penguins have adapted to global warming ? for now. John Blackstone reports from Antarctica.

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Obama Rides Momentum

Barack Obama is riding a wave of momentum gained by recent wins and a new poll that shows in the general election he would have a six point lead over John McCain. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Fear Of Domestic Terrorists

U.S. officials are concerned that al Qaeda is training Americans to carry out the next attack on the domestic front. Bob Orr reports.

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Six Charged In 9/11 Attacks

The U.S. has charged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and five others with the terrorist attacks and will be tried in a military tribunal. David Martin reports.

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Notebook- Remembering Lantos

Katie Couric offers a reflection on the life of recently deceased Rep. Tom Lantos,D-Calif., the only Holocaust survivor to have served in the U.S. Congress.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 02-11

Ramy Inocencio's take on the big hits and blocks in the fight for the 2008 White House. This week: Obama sweeps, Hillary weeps, and Huckabee reaps!

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Clinton On Campaign Shakeup

CBS News RAW: Hillary Clinton comments on the departure of her campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle. Clinton: "There really is no significant change. It's merely that we've got to get more help."

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9/11 Plotters To Face Death

CBS News RAW: The Pentagon announced the U.S. is charging six Guantanamo Bay detainees for their roles in the 9/11 terror attacks and will seek to invoke the death penalty as punishment.

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Clinton Trails Obama's Lead

Hillary Clinton's recent losses have caused her to trail Barack Obama's delegate count. Susan Roberts reports.

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