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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Caterpillar Tractor Sales Soar

The U.S. economy may be experiencing turmoil, but the Caterpillar company has witnessed unprecedented worldwide growth. Martha Teichner examines this global success story from the heart of Illinois.

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Politico Campaign Commentary

Roger Simon of Politico tells Bob Schieffer that the Democratic Party could be split in two if the super delegates select a candidate that does not reflect the votes of the public.

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Key Democrats On Campaign '08

Los Angeles Democratic Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Richmond, Virginia Mayor Douglas Wilder tell Bob Schieffer about the major differences between the Obama and Clinton campaigns.

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Obama/Clinton Reps Deliberate

Obama campaign chief strategist David Axelrod and Howard Wolfson, communications director for the Clinton campaign, discuss the differences between the two candidates with Bob Schieffer.

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Paying For College During Tough Times

With a recession looming, many parents are wondering how they can afford to help their kids with college. Kelly Grant, Consumer Reporter for SmartMoney.com, has some tips.

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Fast Draw- Money Matters

In their latest "Fast Draw" installment, Josh Landis and Mitch Butler provide an animated account of the dangers of focusing purely on money, especially during times of economic hardship.

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Obama Hits Election Snag

Barack Obama may be rethinking his pledge to fight for a publicly financed general election after private fundraising has proven prodigious. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Tanzania Welcomes Bush's Visit

Tanzania enthusiastically welcomed President Bush, reflecting the success of an AIDS relief effort that is believed to have prevented 500,000 HIV infections in Africa. Bill Plante reports.

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Unrest Mars Pakistan Election

Over 400 people have died since campaigning began for elections in Pakistan. Frightening voters away from polls seem to be the main intention of the violence. Mark Phillips reports.

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Are More Guns The Answer?

The NIU shooting was the most recent in a string of campus killing sprees. Now, as Randall Pinkston reports, lawmakers are considering allowing students to carry concealed weapons for protection.

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