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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

VPR- Confused Kerry?


Voters deserve to know: Why should they give John Kerry six more years to fix Washington when he's already spent 24 years accomplishing nothing?

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Foreclosure's Furry Victims

Much has been said about the thousands of homeowners forced into foreclosure by the mortgage meltdown. But what about the littlest victims of the credit crunch? Sandra Hughes reports.

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Basra Erupts In Violence

Senior U.S. intelligence officers say that Basra has become the battleground for the proxy war between the U.S. and Iran. Lara Logan reports.

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Clinton's Bosnia Blunder

Exclusive CBS News video contradicts Hillary Clinton's account of her 1996 visit to Bosnia. Senator Clinton admitted she "made a mistake," but it wasn't the only one. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Democrats' Battle Wages On

To many Democrats a once-spirited campaign may in fact be growing dispiriting, as their two leading candidates continue to exchange acrimonious remarks. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Peace Torch Vs. Olympic Flame

CBS News RAW: The Tibetan Youth Congress began a torch relay in Dharamsala, India, the exiled home of the Dalai Lama, to match the world-wide relay of the Olympic flame headed for Beijing, China.

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'Nothing Better Than Fishing'

CBS News RAW: Welcoming Bassmaster champions Alton Jones and Judy Wong to the White House, President Bush calls fishing "a good, clean sport" and says he wants to "encourage people to fish."

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Evening News Pt. 1

Tuesday: The latest on Hillary Clinton's Bosnia blunder; Chelsea Clinton gets defensive; the Pentagon mixes up a nuclear parts shipment; and the forgotten victims of the mortgage crisis.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tuesday: The latest on Hillary Clinton's Bosnia blunder; Chelsea Clinton gets defensive; the Pentagon mixes up a nuclear parts shipment; and the forgotten victims of the mortgage crisis.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Tuesday: The latest on Hillary Clinton's Bosnia blunder; Chelsea Clinton gets defensive; the Pentagon mixes up a nuclear parts shipment; and the forgotten victims of the mortgage crisis.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tuesday: The latest on Hillary Clinton's Bosnia blunder; Chelsea Clinton gets defensive; the Pentagon mixes up a nuclear parts shipment; and the forgotten victims of the mortgage crisis.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the future of Social Security and Medicare; the grounding of an airline passengers' bill of rights; and a decline in home prices.

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MoneyWatch

Alison Harmelin reports on Wall Street's reaction to JP Morgan's new Bear Stearns bid; few Americans plan to spend their tax rebate checks; and Google wants to offer WiFi in TV "white" space.

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Sex Scandal Attorneys Speak

Maggie Rodriguez speaks with Kym Worthy, prosecutor in the perjury and misconduct case against Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, and with Kilpatrick's attorney, Dan Webb.

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Detroit Mayor To Be Arraigned

Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick denies perjury and covering up an affair with a married aide. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Fierce Fighting In Basra

Fierce fighting has broken out in Iraq's oil port city of Basra between Iraqi security forces and Moqtada al Sadr's Mehdi Army. The conflict has spread to Baghdad and Sadr City. Lara Logan reports.

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Camera Sees Through Clothes

A camera developed to see through interstellar dust is now being considered for airport and military security. The device can see through clothing up to 80 feet away. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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DEMS SELF-DESTRUCTING? PLUS- John v. the Blogs

DEMS SELF-DESTRUCTING? PLUS: John v. the Blogs

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