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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

John McCain Wins GOP Nomination



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Primary Night Analysis

Katie Couric speaks with Bob Schieffer and Jeff Greenfield about the importance of the Texas and Ohio primaries and speculates weather Obama can sustain his lead over rival Hillary Clinton.

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Hillary Sprints To Finish

It's do or die for Hillary Clinton as she wraps up a whirlwind of campaigning in the days leading up to two critical primaries in Texas and Ohio. Jim Axelrod reports.

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McCain Set To Rejuvenate GOP

Lagging behind the Democrats in money and enthusiasm, John McCain told supporters it is time to ramp up efforts to energize the GOP for the upcoming election. Chip Reid reports.

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Barack Obama Interviewed

Katie Couric speaks with Sen. Barack Obama about what he expects from the Texas and Ohio primaries and if his campaign can sustain the momentum it has managed to achieve.

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Obama On The Defense

In the days leading up to one of his campaign's most decisive primaries, Barack Obama criticized the press for continually questioning his experience and judgment. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Proud Moment For Vet's Family

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras catches up with Russell Hawkins, Woodrow Wilson Keeble's stepson, on the White House North Lawn after the Sioux veteran was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

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McCain Clinches GOP Nomination

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain looked forward to the upcoming election as the expected GOP candidate, after learning of rival Mike Hucakbee's withdrawal from the presidential race.

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Huckabee Drops Out

CBS News RAW: Realizing that rival John McCain will clinch the GOP nomination, Mike Huckabee dropped out of the race, ending his presidential campaign.

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Obama Visits Houston Rodeo

CBS News RAW: On Primary Day in Texas, Barack Obama greets voters and checks out the restored vintage tractors at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

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Obama- Tex., Ohio 'Very Tight'

En route to San Antonio, Barack Obama says the race in Texas and Ohio is "very, very tight" and he doesn't expect a "huge shift in delegates." Michelle Obama also comments on Barack's "toughness."

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Welcome To Obama, Japan

Residents of Obama City, a small town in Japan, are hopeful that the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate who goes by the same name will help put them on the map. CBS News' Lucy Craft reports.

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Clinton Feeling Good In Texas

Speaking in Houston, Hillary Clinton says she feels good about her campaign as Texas and Ohio voters go to the polls. Clinton: It's an "invigorating campaign, and it's just really hitting its stride."

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Evening News Pt. 1

Tuesday: In-Depth coverage of primaries in Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont; interviews with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama; and the importance of the blue-collar vote.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tuesday: In-Depth coverage of primaries in Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont; interviews with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama; and the importance of the blue-collar vote.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tuesday: In-Depth coverage of primaries in Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont; interviews with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama; and the importance of the blue-collar vote.

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MoneyWatch

Fed chief Ben Bernanke advises lenders to help troubled homeowners by lowering their rates. And a bankrupt retailer won't accept their own gift cards. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Ohio And Texas

With its candidates still neck and neck, the Democrats' historic race to pick a presidential candidate may boil down to contests in Ohio and Texas. Who will be the one to steal tomorrow's headlines?

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Eye To Eye- An Historic Race

Only On The Web: Despite pressure to support Barack Obama, super delegate Sheila Jackson Lee has stood by her support of Hillary Clinton and talks with Katie Couric about the historic race.

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Hillary The Comeback Kid?

Though she lost 11 primaries in a row, Sen. Hillary Clinton is far from out. Jeff Greenfield and Democratic consultant Joe Trippi explain her options to Harry Smith.

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Voters 'Pin' Down Candidates

Harry Smith 'strikes' up politics talk with Ohio voters on the lanes. Ohioans explain the issues that really bowl them over.

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Fire Called Domestic Terrorism

A fire in Washington state that destroyed three unoccupied luxury homes used for demonstrating green building practices is believed to be the work of eco-terrorists. Ben Tracy reports.

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Big Day For Democrats

CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield analyzes the Democratic primary contests in Texas and Ohio with Harry Smith.

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Packed Polls Likely In Ohio

Record turnout for the Ohio primary will likely make the contest unpredictable for Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama. Harry Smith reports.

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Dems Duel In Pivotal Primaries

Sen. Barack Obama has a slight lead in Texas, but Sen. Hillary Clinton has an advantage in Ohio. Despite her struggles, Clinton shows no sign of stopping her campaign. Dean Reynolds reports.

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