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Monday, March 17, 2008

Should Spitzer Resign

What New Yorkers think about Spitzer scandal.

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The National Heroes Tour Kicks Off




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Gov. Spitzer's Statement Following Prostitution Allegations

New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's statement following a New York Times report that he is tied to a prostitution ring. Video from MSNBC

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The National Heroes Tour Kicks off in San Diego, CA




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Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Obama's Spring Cleaning

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that Sen. Barack Obama's upcoming speech on race and politics in America is a bit of unpleasant but necessary spring cleaning for the Democratic presidential frontrunner.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 03-17-08

Ramy Inocencio's ringside recap of the 2008 White House fight. This week: fire and brimstone on Hillary Clinton from Barack Obama's pastor, Hillary delves into her Iraq war pullout plan, John McCain in Iraq lookin' all presidential.

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Cheney, McCain Visit Iraq

Vice President Dick Cheney and Sen. John McCain are both in Iraq on separate missions, each meeting one-on-one with Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki. Joel Brown reports.

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Stopping Hospital Mistakes

Medicare will stop paying hospitals for the treatment of preventable mistakes, often caused by human error. Wyatt Andrews reports on how this might impact the quality of U.S. health care.

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Role Model To The Blind

Gov. David Paterson, who is legally blind, has given hope to the visually impaired. A staggering 70 percent of the nation's legally blind are unemployed. Byron Pitts reports.

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Photos Of A Dangerous Threat

Photographs of Pakistani warlord Baitullah Mesud have emerged for the first time. U.S. intelligence officials call Mesud "one of the most dangerous people on the planet." Bob Orr reports.

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Hospital Mistake? Pa. Won't Pay

Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell speaks to Wyatt Andrews about the state's Medicaid program, which refuses to pay hospitals for 27 medical errors - called "never events" - including amputation of the wrong limb.

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Fed Acts On Crisis

Experts say the New York Stock Exchange was at risk of being unable to open had the government not announced a rescue plan of one of Wall Street's largest investment banks. Anthony Mason reports.

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Market Plunge Analysis

Russ Mitchell speaks with financial expert Ray Martin about how Americans can protect their investments as the stock market continues to decline.

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Obama's Pastor Problem

Debra Dickerson of Mother Jones, Dr. James Peterson of Bucknell University and Dr. Randall Balmer of Columbia University discuss the controversy over the sermons by Barack Obama's pastor.

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Int'l Housewares Go Green

Sissy Biggers speaks to Maggie Rodriguez from the International Home and Housewares Show where the trend is going green, both environmentally and in color schemes.

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Pastor Trouble Dogs Obama

Sen. Barack Obama denounced inflammatory statements made by his spiritual mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, but did he act soon enough to stop the political fallout? Dean Reynolds reports.

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Cheney Drops By Iraq

Just days before the fifth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Vice President Dick Cheney pays a visit to Baghdad at a time when the threat level is high. Jeff Glor speaks with Lara Logan.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Monday: The Fed takes action to stop a financial crisis; the world's most dangerous terrorist; making hospitals pay for medical mistakes; and where did all the Pacific salmon go?

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Evening News Pt. 2

Monday: The Fed takes action to stop a financial crisis; the world's most dangerous terrorist; making hospitals pay for medical mistakes; and where did all the Pacific salmon go?

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Evening News Pt. 3

Monday: The Fed takes action to stop a financial crisis; the world's most dangerous terrorist; making hospitals pay for medical mistakes; and where did all the Pacific salmon go?

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MoneyWatch

JP Morgan Chase buys its one-time competitor Bear Stearns for just $236 million causing investors to worry that the credit crisis could spread. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Loans Leading To Losing Homes

Home equity loans can cost more than a home's value in some cases. One homeowner describes how she can no longer afford her payments. Hattie Kauffman and Ray Martin report.

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Bailouts Aim To Avert Disaster

Bear Stearns was bought out from bankruptcy and the Fed cut its lending rate. Dr. Alice Rivlin of the Brookings Institution speaks with Maggie Rodriguez about what impact these interventions may have.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on Bear Stearns' swift demise; the Federal Reserve cut its lending rate and is expected to cut interest rates; and Asian markets start the week with a nosedive.

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World Markets Plunge

Hoping to shore up confidence, the Federal Reserve is making loans easier to obtain as well as extending them to institutions other than banks. Bloomberg TV's Deirdre Bolton reports.

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Bear Stearns Bailed Out

JP Morgan Chase buys the embattled investment bank Bear Stearns at a deep discount The subprime mortgage crisis is being blamed for the company's profit losses. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Eye To Eye- Investment Advice

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell asks financial expert Ray Martin just how concerned investors should be in this economy.

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Looking Ahead To Pennsylvania

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Political Editor of CBSNews.com, discusses the upcoming Pennsylvania primary and weighs in on Florida's decision to not conduct a re-vote.

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Obama's Spring Cleaning

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford says that Sen. Barack Obama's upcoming speech on race and politics in America is a bit of unpleasant but necessary spring cleaning for the Democratic presidential frontrunner.

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THE HOMER SIMPSON VOTE- Will White Guys Decide the Election?

THE HOMER SIMPSON VOTE: Will White Guys Decide the Election?

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