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Friday, March 21, 2008

Wright's Comments on 9/11 Taken Out of Context

A video circulating on the Internet shows that a controversial statement on 9/11 by Barack Obama's pastor Rev. Wright is taken out of context. The statement is a quote from then State Dept. employee and former ambassodor Edward L. Peck.

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Clinton's Popularity Picks Up

Despite Sen. Barack Obama's endorsement by Gov. Bill Richardson, Sen. Hillary Clinton took a slight lead in national polls. But Joe Trippi tells Russ Mitchell Clinton's delegate deficit looms large.

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Richardson Endorses Obama

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama for president. Also, three State Department employees were fired for snooping in Obama's passport file. Dean Reynolds reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alison Harmelin reports on a see-saw week on Wall Street; automakers hope for a turnaround; and a decline in worker productivity during March Madness;

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Evening News Pt. 4

Friday: Workers dig into the passport files of presidential candidates; Floods cripple the Midwest; teens flaunt their drug abuse online; private lenders lend a hand; and a woman remembers her son.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Friday: Workers dig into the passport files of presidential candidates; Floods cripple the Midwest; teens flaunt their drug abuse online; private lenders lend a hand; and a woman remembers her son.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Friday: Workers dig into the passport files of presidential candidates; Floods cripple the Midwest; teens flaunt their drug abuse online; private lenders lend a hand; and a woman remembers her son.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Friday: Workers dig into the passport files of presidential candidates; Floods cripple the Midwest; teens flaunt their drug abuse online; private lenders lend a hand; and a woman remembers her son.

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Eye To Eye- Silver Star

Army specialist Monica Lin Brown has received a Silver Star after diving into gunfire to save five soldiers. She spoke to Katie Couric about the experience.

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Private Lending Takes Off

Only On The Web: John Blackstone speaks with Chris Larsen, CEO of Prosper.com, who says the credit crunch has made private lending a viable option for consumers seeking to borrow money.

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Marine Mom Adopts Platoon

Maureen O'Haire gave birth to five children, adopted another four and cared for more than 50 foster kids. Now she's playing mother hen to an entire platoon of Marines. Steve Hartman's explains.

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Can Hillary Win?

Katie Couric speaks with democratic strategist and political analyst Joe Trippi about the prospects of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and their reliance on the upcoming state primaries.

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Candidates' Passport Problems

The State Department had some explaining to do to the top three presidential candidates after it was revealed that their passport files had been breached. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Kennedy On Passport Breach

Under Secretary of State for Management Patrick Kennedy met with lawmakers and said that the State Department is investigating the passport breach of the presidential candidates.

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Richardson- Obama A 'Good Guy'

CBS News RAW: Bill Richardson endorses Barack Obama in Portland, Ore., saying Obama will "bring this nation together." Richardson also jokes about Obama saving him at an early Democratic debate.

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Rice On Obama Passport Breach

CBS News RAW: During a photo-op at the State Dept. in Washington, Secy. of State Condoleezza Rice comments on the breach of Barack Obama's passport file and says she personally apologized to Obama.

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