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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Medicare will stop paying hospitals for preventable mistakes; A Heparin investigation goes wrong; and early cancer detection is unlikely for uninsured patients.

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Obama Takes Wisconsin

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor of CBSNews.com, discusses Tuesday's primaries and what Hillary Clinton needs to do to stay in the race.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Tuesday: All eyes on Wisconsin primary; Fidel Castro steps down; Electric shocks used to treat pain; Sony's Blu-ray wins the hi-def DVD war; and Big cats return to the San Francisco Zoo.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Tuesday: All eyes on Wisconsin primary; Fidel Castro steps down; Electric shocks used to treat pain; Sony's Blu-ray wins the hi-def DVD war; and Big cats return to the San Francisco Zoo.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tuesday: All eyes on Wisconsin primary; Fidel Castro steps down; Electric shocks used to treat pain; Sony's Blu-ray wins the hi-def DVD war; and Big cats return to the San Francisco Zoo.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tuesday: All eyes on Wisconsin primary; Fidel Castro steps down; Electric shocks used to treat pain; Sony's Blu-ray wins the hi-def DVD war; and Big cats return to the San Francisco Zoo.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street awaits the consumer price index report; platinum prices soar to record highs; and the video game "Guitar Hero Aerosmith" will debut in June.

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Picking Your Political Brain

As voters are barraged by political ads in Texas, brain scans show they react more strongly to positive ads, and tune out during negative ones. Jeff Glor reports.

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In Rwanda Bush Sees Darfur

President Bush visited Rwanda where he paid tribute to victims of the genocide there and pledged monetary aid to fight the genocide in Darfur. Bill Plante reports.

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Picking Your Political Brain

As voters are barraged by political ads in Texas, brain scans show they react more strongly to positive ads, and tune out during negative ones. Jeff Glor reports.

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Company Offers Dog Cloning

A South Korean biotech company is offering to clone dogs for $150,000. The company guarantees a genetic duplicate, but they can't replicate personality. Celia Hatton reports.

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Democrats' War Of Words

Sen. Hillary Clinton accused Sen. Barack Obama of plagiarizing a speech while he countered that she has lifted words from him. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Bush On Castro Resignation

President Bush calls for democracy, and free and fair elections in Cuba. But Raul Castro, Fidel's brother and successor, plans to keep the nation under Communist rule. Bill Plante reports.

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Eye On Wisconsin Primary

Although Clinton and Obama are looking ahead to primaries in Ohio and Texas, political pundits are looking to Wisconsin to see which of them really holds the Democratic top spot. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Pakistan's Power Fragmented

The defeat of Gen. Pervez Musharraf in Pakistan's tumultuous general election casts uncertainty over Pakistan's role in America's war on terror. Mark Phillips reports.

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Fidel Castro Retires

Fidel Castro is stepping down, ending the longest rule in the world for a head of government. While it's welcome news for many, the U.S. has no plans to lift its trade embargo. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Obama- We Cannot Wait!

CBS News RAW: After his Wisconsin primary victory, Sen. Barack Obama shifted his focus to Texas where he told an audience that the time for change is now.

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Clinton Campaigns In Ohio

CBS News RAW: After placing second to Barack Obama in Wisconsin, Hillary Clinton set her sights on Ohio where she told supporters that her remedy for change is the only one that works.

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Huckabee Stays The Course

CBS News RAW: Following another disappointing loss to rival GOP candidate John McCain, Mike Huckabee told supporters he will continue to fight for the conservative right.

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McCain Derides Dems' Rhetoric

CBS News RAW: Following his Wisconsin GOP primary win, Sen. John McCain chided the Democrats, warning voters not to be deceived by "an eloquent but empty call for change."

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Clinton, Obama Neck And Neck

Voters in Wisconsin, Hawaii and Washington are ready to have their say about who should be the next president. It's still neck and neck for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Huckabees Turn Tables On Press

Mike Huckabee turns a camera on CBS News off-air reporter Joy Lin at a bowling alley in Milwaukee. Huckabee and his wife, Janet, chose reporters for competitors and played paparazzi as they bowled.

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An Era Ends In Cuba

Fidel Castro is stepping down, ending the longest rule in the world for a head of government. While it's welcome news for many, the U.S. has no plans to lift its trade embargo. Susan Roberts reports.

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Sen. McCain Speaks to Supporters After Wisc. Primary Win

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) addresses supporters in Columbus, Ohio, following his victory in the Wisconsin primary.

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Sen. Obama Speaks to Supporters After Wisc. Primary Win

Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) addresses supporters in Houston, Texas, following his victory in the Wisconsin primary.

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Gov. Huckabee Speaks to Supporters After Wisc. Primary Loss

Former Ark. Gov. Mike Huckabee addresses supporters in Little Rock, Ark., following his loss to Sen. John McCain in the Wisconsin primary.

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Sen. Clinton Speaks to Supporters After Wis. Primary Loss

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) addresses supporters in Youngstown, Ohio, following her loss to Sen. Barack Obama in the Wisconsin primary.

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JUST WORDS? Hillary Accuses Obama of Plagiarism

JUST WORDS? Hillary Accuses Obama of Plagiarism

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