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Monday, March 10, 2008

RFK, Jr. with Andy Revkin



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Frankly Fined


Al Franken was caught red handed breaking the rules when his personal corporation failed to pay workers' compensation insurance for nearly three years.

It took a $25,000 fine to make Al Franken play by the rules.

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John McCain Message To Troops



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Frugal Traveler- Frugal Cancun

The Frugal Traveler explores the playas and parties of Cancun for pocos pesos.

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HILLARY ON SNL- Is Tina Fey the New Mark Penn?

HILLARY ON SNL: Is Tina Fey the New Mark Penn?

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Spitzer Apology

CBS News RAW: Gov. Eliot Spitzer, D-New York, apologizes to his family and to the public for his connection to a prostitution ring, saying he has violated his obligation and morality.

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Spitzer Apology

CBS News RAW: Gov. Eliot Spitzer, D-New York, apologizes to his family and to the public for his connection to a prostitution ring, saying he has violated his obligation and morality.

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Clinton Ad Star Speaks Out

A young girl appearing in Hillary Clinton's campaign commercial about the most qualified candidate to answer the 'red phone' at 3 a.m. says she in fact supports Barack Obama. Carter Evans reports.

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Many States Ahead For Dems

Although Barack Obama has a slight lead, the race is still close with Mississippi's primary next. Meanwhile Dems are raising funds for possible do-overs in Michigan and Florida. Susan Roberts reports.

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Eye To Eye- George Mitchell

Only On The Web: Former Sen. George Mitchell, D-Maine, talks with Katie Couric about Hillary Clinton's experience overseas and what he plans to take into consideration as a superdelegate.

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Talk Of Vice Presidency

Barack Obama rejects the idea that Hillary Clinton is in a position to offer him the vice presidency, pointing out her second-place status with delegates. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Spitzer's Shocker

Once named Time Magazine's "Crusader of the Year," Gov. Eliot Spitzer's connection to a high-end prostitution ring is a harsh contrast to his public role as a government watchdog. Byron Pitts reports.

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Al Qaeda Stronghold Bombed

An al Qaeda stronghold was reclaimed by American and Iraqi forces and then bombed in a symbolic gesture. Allen Pizzey reports.

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A Crude Reality

Rising gas prices are changing behavior as Americans turn to hybrid cars and public transportation. Ben Tracy reports.

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Spitzer's Fall From Grace

New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer has been linked to a high-end prostitution ring called Emperor's Club VIP after an FBI wiretap tied him to the purchase of a prostitute. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Notebook- The Dark Side

Katie Couric urges viewers to watch the Oscar winning documentary, "Taxi To The Dark Side," which examines the alleged use of torture by U.S. military officials in a post-9/11 world.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Monday: New York's governor is caught in a prostitution scandal. Oil prices soar to record levels. And new worries about the safety of America's water supply.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Monday: New York's governor is caught in a prostitution scandal. Oil prices soar to record levels. And new worries about the safety of America's water supply.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Monday: New York's governor is caught in a prostitution scandal. Oil prices soar to record levels. And new worries about the safety of America's water supply.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Monday: New York's governor is caught in a prostitution scandal. Oil prices soar to record levels. And new worries about the safety of America's water supply.

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Eco-Friendly Furniture

Kris Connell of Real Simple magazine shows Julie Chen furnishings that are not harmful to the environment or to your health.

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Educating Autistic Children

A group of parents, desperate for special education for their autistic children, founded Reed Academy in New Jersey. But there are still hundreds of kids on waiting lists. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Campaign Ads That Work

Throughout the media age there have been some campaign ads that not only changed a race but became part of our culture. Harry Smith speaks with Jeff Greenfield and Barbara Lippert of Adweek.

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Don't Walk Away From Your Home

Walking away from a home foreclosure can have serious and long-lasting consequences for your credit. Lauren Young of Businessweek speaks with Harry Smith about some alternatives.

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Home Abandonment On The Rise

As more families start to owe more than what their homes are worth, many are choosing to walk away from their homes before a foreclosure occurs. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Spitzer- The Personal Side

Hank Sheinkopf, Media Consultant and acquaintance of Gov. Spitzer, takes a look at the personal side of the allegations against the governor.

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A Look At The Spitzer Allegations

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen and Ben Smith, Sr. Political Writer for Politico, discuss the Gov. Eliot Spitzer allegations and look ahead to what's in store for the governor.

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