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Saturday, March 8, 2008

A Bad Week For Obama

Barack Obama's strong showing in Wyoming is just about the only positive note in a week marked by several campaign stumbles. Dean Reynolds reports.

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When Soldiers Play Actors

If the upcoming film "Green Zone," which stars Matt Damon, seems all too authentic, that's because the actors playing U.S. soldiers already held the roles in real life. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Dems Weigh Delegate Dilemma

With the top two Democrats still neck and neck in the race for the nomination, the party is revisiting what to do with nearly 400 delegates from Michigan and Florida. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Linking Laughs And Votes

The long Democratic primary race may be tough on the candidates, but it's making things very easy for TV comics. Comedy shows are the platform every candidate is running to. Jeff Glor reports.

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Homey Italian Fare

Top chef Lucinda Scala Quinn makes many kinds of meals, but her favorite dishes are the homey Italian fare of her childhood. She prepares a hearty, three-course meal for four on a budget of just $40.

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Surviving The Mortgage Crisis

More than 2 percent of all mortgages in the U.S. are in foreclosure with another 6 percent delinquent. What can you do to weather the storm? Beverly Goodman of SmartMoney Magazine has advice.

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