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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Pap on Neil Cavuto - Eliot Spitzer



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Ring of Fire's Weekly News Vol. 1



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Evangelicals Return to Their Roots



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Hard Times, Good Jobs

The news about the job market has been pretty gloomy in recent months. But there are still plenty of good-paying positions if you know where to look. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Scandal Could Oust Spitzer

Political opponents of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer are hoping to steam-roll him out of office over his involvement with a high-priced prostitution ring. Byron Pitts reports.

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Top Mideast Commander Quits

Admiral William Fallon submitted his resignation after a magazine article suggested he was standing in the way of U.S. military action in Iran. David Martin reports.

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Philandering Politicians

Why do so many powerful politicians jeopardize their job and family with sexual misconduct? Nancy Cordes reports.

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Spitzer's Money Trail

How did Gov. Eliot Spitzer become suspected as 'Client 9'? Armen Keteyian reports federal agents linked Spitzer to the prostitution ring by following the money trail.

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Saving L.A.'s Kids From Gangs

Police in southern California are trying to calm fears that black and Latino gang wars are heating up, but admit that with over 800 gangs in action, they need help. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Notebook- Political Wives

Gov. Eliot Spitzer's wife, Silda, stood by his side while he apologized for his unfaithful and possibly criminal actions. Katie Couric comments on families who get caught in public scandal.

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Big Blocks Of Cocaine

CBS News Raw: Peruvian police haul large blocks of cocaine totaling 1.5 tons that were seized from an international smuggling operation.

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Clinton Knocks Obama 'Talk'

CBS News RAW: Hillary Clinton criticizes rival Barack Obama in Harrisburg, Pa.: "There's a big difference between talk and action, but if you're going to talk, then you ought to mean what you say."

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 03-10

Ramy Inocencio's ringside recap of the 2008 White House fight. Today: Florida and Michigan delegates now in play? Is a Clinton-Obama ticket possible? And which Democratic candidate would Al-Qaeda support? With analysis by Vaughn Ververs.

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McCain-Powell Ticket?

In an interview with CBS News Anchor Katie Couric, former White House Chief of Staff Ken Duberstein dismissed rumors of a possible McCain-Powell ticket.

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Gates Announces Fallon Exit

CBS News RAW: Speaking to reporters at the Pentagon, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announces he's accepted the resignation of Adm. William Fallon, the top commander at U.S. Central Command.

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Campaign Moves To Pa.

Mississippi is widely expected to land in Obama's "win" column, so he and Hillary Clinton are stumping in delegate-rich Pennsylvania. Susan Roberts reports.

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Deadly Bus Bombing In Iraq

Eight U.S. soldiers were killed in separate attacks in Iraq, the worst one-day death toll for coalition troops in months. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.

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Choir Serenades Clinton

CBS News RAW: A Scranton, Pa., high school choir honored Hillary Clinton with a tailor-made song, complete with references to her rivals John McCain and Barack Obama.

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Life Expectancy Gap Grows

The more education you have the longer you live, as the life expectancy gap between the "haves" and "have-nots" grows wider. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Fans Save CBS Thriller

CBS thriller "Jericho," about a small town surviving a nuclear explosion, was to be cancelled until an internet campaign by fans brought it back. Show's star Skeet Ulrich speaks with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Election Facts And Fun Online

Trouble making up your mind about who to vote for? Wish you'd seen that video of candidate's embarrassing blunder? AOL's Regina Lewis shows Maggie Rodriguez Web sites with all the election facts and fun you need.

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Powerful, Cheating Men

From Bill Clinton to Eliot Spitzer, men in power are known to have wandering eyes. Maggie Rodriguez discusses this phenomenon with psychologist Sari Locker and journalist Sally Quinn.

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Female Soldier Decorated

Monica Lin Brown was awarded the Silver Star for saving the lives of five soldiers while in combat in Afghanistan. Harry Smith speaks with her grandmother and family friend about her brave deed.

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Endeavour Blasts Off

Russ Mitchell speaks with CBS Space Analyst Bill Harwood about the shuttle Endeavour's mission to the International Space Station. The 16 day mission is the longest in NASA's history.

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Not So Golden Ticket

Jeff Greenfield tells Harry Smith that pairing Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama as running mates could be a bad idea for the general election.

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Obama Rebukes Clinton

Sen. Barack Obama sharply replied to Sen. Hillary Clinton's suggestion of a shared ticket, reiterating that his presidential bid had placed him farther ahead. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Greenfield On Spitzer

Maggie Rodriguez speaks with senior political analyst Jeff Greenfield about the Spitzer sex scandal and speculates whether the New York governor will be forced to resign.

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Spitzer's Sex Scandal Battle

Once known as a moral crime-buster, Gov. Eliot Spitzer assembled a legal team to defend his involvement in a sex scandal that could spell the end of his political career. Jeff Glor reports.

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Behind Spitzer's Downfall

New York State Gov. Eliot Spitzer was caught on wiretap arranging to meet a prostitute, a source says. He may face charges of money laundering and tax fraud. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Evening News Pt. 1, 3.11.08

Tuesday: How the feds figured out N.Y. Gov. Spitzer may be 'Client 9.' The top U.S. commander in the Middle East abruptly quits. And, why students are rejecting certain high-paying jobs.

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Evening News Pt. 4, 3.11.08

Tuesday: How the feds figured out N.Y. Gov. Spitzer may be 'Client 9.' The top U.S. commander in the Middle East abruptly quits. And, why students are rejecting certain high-paying jobs.

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Evening News Pt. 2, 3.11.08

Tuesday: How the feds figured out N.Y. Gov. Spitzer may be 'Client 9.' The top U.S. commander in the Middle East abruptly quits. And, why students are rejecting certain high-paying jobs.

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Evening News Pt. 3, 3.11.08

Tuesday: How the feds figured out N.Y. Gov. Spitzer may be 'Client 9.' The top U.S. commander in the Middle East abruptly quits. And, why students are rejecting certain high-paying jobs.

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Schlesinger's Notebook

Richard Schlesinger talks about his upcoming report about a Wall Street trader who lived a secret life as a serial bank robber. Schlesinger's report airs Saturday, March 15, at 10 p.m. ET/PT

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Admiral Fallon Stepping Down

Navy Admiral William Fallon is stepping down from his position as Commander of U.S. Forces in the Middle East. "Up to the Minute" Military Analyst Mitch Mitchell weighs in.

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Eye To Eye- Spitzer Scandal

Only On The Web: Congressman Peter King, D-N.Y., tells Byron Pitts that embattled Governor Eliot Spitzer must resign.

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