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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Poverty in America- Rhetoric vs. Reality

Robert Rector talks about the reality of poverty in America.

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Heritage In Focus- Cost of Low-Skilled Immigrants

Robert Rector breaks down the cost of low-skilled immigrants in America

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Heritage In Focus- Hijacking Troops for Pork

Heritage In Focus: Hijacking Troops for Pork

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Heritage In Focus- Farm Subsidies- Too Much of a Bad Thing

Heritage In Focus: Farm Subsidies: Too Much of a Bad Thing

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Heritage In Focus- Labor and the Right to Vote

Labor unions say "card check" organizing protects workers from employers, but the facts show it takes away workers' right to vote in private - and stacks the deck for unions

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Employee Free Choice Act- Binding Arbitration

Heritage In Focus: Employee Free Choice Act: Binding Arbitration

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Heritage In Focus- Mandatory Collective Bargaining

Heritage In Focus: Mandatory Collective Bargaining

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Bloomberg Out

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is not running for President, the Tennessee drops the �Hussein� bomb, and Congressman John Lewis switches from Clinton to Obama.

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Video Trail Mix- The Retail Scam Election

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says Tuesday's Democratic primaries in Texas and Ohio have a lot in common with some of the gambits retailers use to get you to buy their products.

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The Ray Gun In Action

Watch as David Martin gets zapped by a ray gun - a non-lethal weapon that could be used to disperse crowds and could save many lives in war zones.

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Martin's Reporter's Notebook

A ray gun emits a high-frequency radio beam that causes in its target a painful, heating sensation. David Martin discusses the weapon in this "60 Minutes" preview.

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A Distant Look At The 2008 Election

While many Americans are seeking change from the 2008 presidential election, Europeans are looking forward to it as well. "Up to the Minute Commentator" Ed Boyle explains in this London Comment.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports the government is recommending flu shots for all children; music can help people recover quicker from strokes; and obesity causes more types of cancer than previously thought.

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Prince Harry In Afghanistan

Showbuzz RAW: Prince Harry, the third in line to the British throne, is stationed with the U.K. military in Afghanistan. The 23-year-old has spent the past 10 weeks serving in secret.

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Notebook- Cutting Back

Many people are starting to cut back on small pleasures because of the weak economy. Katie Couric comments.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt 1

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Thursday: President Bush tries to allay recession fears; concerns over the "virtual fence" with Mexico; a look at Barack Obama's legislative record; and Prince Harry fights the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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Bush Rebukes Recession Claims

The near halt of economic growth coupled with the rising price of crude oil has caused economists to warn of an impending recession. But, as Bill Plante reports, President Bush is still not convinced.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on President Bush's attempts to allay fears over a recession; crude oil jumps in price; and Japan tops American automakers in a customer survey.

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Bush Downplays Recession

CBS News RAW: At a press conference following his return from Africa, President Bush questioned speculation that the U.S. is in a recession and says to let the stimulus package take effect.

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MoneyWatch

Pauline Chiou reports on Ben Bernanke's upcoming Senate Banking Committee hearing; and limits are eased for federal mortgage lenders.

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The Bushes After White House

The first lady asked Maggie Rodriguez back to the White House to talk about AIDS in Africa, moving out of the White House and the next president.

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Kid Faints, Famously

After Calif. Gov. Schwarzenegger helping 12-year old Theo Scott-Fermenella in a fainting spell was caught on tape, Harry Smith talks to him and his mother about his notoriety as a fainter.

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Clemens Perjury Investigation

Congress is investigating whether New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens lied under oath during Congressional hearings into his alleged steroid use. Chip Reid reports.

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Organ Harvest Scandal

A California doctor is accused of administering a lethal injection to a disabled young man in order to hasten his death and harvest his organs. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Who Will The Running Mates Be?

Jeff Greenfield talks with Harry Smith about who the three top presidential candidates might pick as running mates should they win the nomination.

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For The Record- Barack Obama

Barack Obama went from Democratic Party underdog to the forefront of the field. By now he doesn't have to spell out his name, just his record. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Obama Turns Attention To Bush

Barack Obama has turned his attention to criticizing President Bush and John McCain. Is it an attempt to position himself as the Democratic frontrunner? Jim Axelrod reports.

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Prince Harry On The Frontlines

Prince Harry, who wanted to be a normal soldier, finally got his wish. The Queen's grandson has spent the last ten weeks secretly fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. Mark Phillips reports.

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Obama, McCain Bicker Over Iraq

Barack Obama said he would consider returning troops to Iraq if al Qaeda formed a base there. John McCain says he believes al Qaeda is already there. Gwen Belton reports.

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Bush Presser- Front Row View

Only On The Web: CBS News White House Correspondent Bill Plante runs down the highlights of President Bush's 41st formal White House news conference and his first of 2008.

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Prince Harry In War

Prince Harry has been fighting the Taliban on the frontlines in Afghanistan for months. Military officials say they're disappointed the Prince's deployment has been leaked. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush Asks To Renew Spying Bill

In his first news conference of 2008, Bush prodded lawmakers into passing his version of a domestic spying law, and also said the country isn't headed for a recession. Susan Roberts reports.

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Video Trail Mix- The Retail Scam Election

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says Tuesday's Democratic primaries in Texas and Ohio have a lot in common with some of the gambits retailers use to get you to buy their products.

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Hirono Testifies before House Budget Committee

Congresswoman Hirono presents testimony to the House Budget Committee describing the harmful impact that funding cuts proposed by President Bush would have on Hawai'i communities.

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