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Monday, March 31, 2008

$45,000 from 4,500 Q1 Campaign


WMUR report on Shaheen for Senate end of first quarter $45,000 from 4,500 fundraising campaign.



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Learning About John McCain

Sen. John McCain opens up about his life, family and military service. Harry Smith reports.

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Green Zone Attacked

The U.S.-controlled Green Zone in Baghdad came under attack despite a ceasefire deal made between Shiite cleric Moqtada al Sadr and Iraq's prime minister Nouri al-Maliki. Lara Logan reports.

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McCain Talks Issues

John McCain is in Mississippi to kick off a new chapter in his campaign. He talks to Harry Smith about the top issues facing Americans.

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Is Economy Overhaul Enough?

A leaked administration plan to regulate the economy has critics riled because it may not do enough to prevent a new crisis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Tighter Financial Regulations

Jack Hough, Columnist for SmartMoney.com and author of "Your Next Great Stock", discusses the government's plans for tighter financial regulations.

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Notebook- Vice President

Each presidential candidate gets to decide who they want to appoint as their vice president. The decision is made by one, but could potentially affect everyone. Katie Couric comments.

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MoneyWatch

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson unveils his plan for financial market regulations. And the head of Housing and Urban Development steps down under heavy scrutiny. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Fed Will Step In To Regulate

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson unveiled a sweeping plan to give the Fed tools to prevent a future economic crisis, but critics say the plan does not go far enough. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the close of the worst Wall Street quarter in six years; and Congress' scrutiny of JP Morgan's buyout of Bear Stearns.

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Obama Goes Bowling In Pa.

CBS News RAW: Barack Obama joins Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa, for a few frames at Pleasant Valley Bowling Center in Altoona, Pa. Obama, who rolled a few gutter balls, said he hadn't bowled since he was 16.

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New Hope For Peace In Iraq

After a week of intense fighting in Iraq, Iraqi officials say military operations in Basra could end this week after an influential Shiite cleric has ordered his fighters to stop. Susan Roberts reports.

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Another Touchy Lewinsky Query

CBS News RAW: Chelsea Clinton is asked why she refused to answer a question about whether the Monica Lewinsky scandal affected her mother's credibility.

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The 4 C's In Selecting A VP

As the race for the White House intensifies, the presidential candidates must decide on a vice presidential nominee. Katie Couric examines four important facets in selecting a running mate.

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Hair, Heart, And Health

African American men are at a high risk of developing heart disease. But a new medical program can teach barbers to detect high blood pressure while cutting someone's hair. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Fed To Oversee Wall Street?

The financial market's regulatory system is being criticized as outdated in light of the recent mortgage crisis. But a plan to change the system has also come under fire. Anthony Mason reports.

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Food Stamps On The Rise

With unemployment and the price of living on the rise, the Congressional Budget Office projects that 28 million Americans will turn to food stamps in the next year. Bill Whitaker reports.

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OBAMA v. McCAIN- Who Wins Independent Voters?

OBAMA v. McCAIN: Who Wins Independent Voters?

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