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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Foreign Policy Address



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VPR- Jeanne Shaheen's "Commitment" To Children


On Jeanne Shaheen's Watch, New Hampshire scored a "D" on improving teacher quality and 1-in-4 students dropped out of high school.

Voters deserve to know: Is this the kind of "commitment" to New Hampshire's students that Granite Staters want from their senator?

www.TheShaheenRecord.com

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Broken Ice Shelf Raises Alarms

Dramatic video shows an ice shelf several times larger than Manhattan that has broken from Antarctica. Dave Price explains.

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Chelsea's Special Rules

Sen. Hillary Clinton's daughter campaigns for her, but sets limits on questions and doesn't talk to the press. Harry Smith talks to Sally Quinn from the Washington Post.

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Dems' Fighting May Hurt Party

Jeff Greenfield tells Harry Smith the Democratic presidential candidates' recent back-and-forth attacks on character and fitness for the job may hurt them in the general election.

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Fighting Escalates In Iraq

The heavily-guarded Green Zone is under constant mortar fire as Iranian-backed Shiite fighters clash with U.S. and Iraqi troops in Baghdad, as well as the southern city of Basra. Lara Logan reports.

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Bush Expresses Concern For Tibet

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk discusses Bush's concern over China's crackdown on protesters for Tibet, as well as the U.S. government's accidental shipment of nuclear missile parts to Taiwan.

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Baby For Sale On Craigslist

An ad on Craigslist offered to sell a baby for $1,000, saying that "we are out of tweak." Tweak is the street name for crystal meth. KOIN's Alexis Del Cid reports.

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McCain Talks World Policy

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain invokes the U.S. Constitution in speaking about the American role in global policy.

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Iraqis Fight Militants

For two days Iraqi troops have battled Iranian-backed militiamen, first in Basra and then Baghdad. The Iraqis have fought without U.S. or British aid which some call progress. Susan Roberts reports.

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Battle On The Streets Of Basra

CBS News Raw: Shiite militants loyal to Moqtada al Sadr battle Iraqi forces on the streets of Basra. Fifty-five people have been killed and 300 wounded.

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Another Troop Surge?

Advisors to President Bush have told him that additional troops are required to sustain the war in Afghanistan-- and the only option is to relocate troops stationed in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Candidates Tackle Economy

The slumping economy has become a leading issue in voters' minds and the candidates outline their plans to revive it. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Diesel Prices Hurting Truckers

The once lowly diesel fuel is now pricier than premium. And it's got an entire industry worried about a crash. Nancy Cordes reports.

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HILLARY'S SNIPERS, OBAMA'S PASTOR & McCAIN'S AGE

HILLARY'S SNIPERS, OBAMA'S PASTOR & McCAIN'S AGE

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