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Friday, April 4, 2008

Video Trail Mix- Who's On First?

Craig Crawford asks, if Democratic presidential rivals Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama united for a so-called 'dream team,' who would be first?

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Ed- Democratic Birds of A Feather

CQ Politics' blogger Craig Crawford says now that the Democrats are back to talking about issues, voters will be reminded how similar Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama really are.

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Video Trail Mix- Who's On First?

Craig Crawford asks, if Democratic presidential rivals Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama united for a so-called 'dream team,' who would be first?

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Ed- Democratic Birds of A Feather

CQ Politics' blogger Craig Crawford says now that the Democrats are back to talking about issues, voters will be reminded how similar Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama really are.

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Take Back America- Conversation with Ari Melber

CQ Politics blogger Eric Pfeiffer talks to Ari Melber of 'The Nation' following a panel on blogging at the Take Back America conference in Washington, DC.

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Take Back America 2008- A Conversation with Chris Bowers

CQ Politics blogger Eric Pfeiffer talks to blogger Chris Bowers of OpenLeft.com at the 2008 Take Back America convention in Washington, DC.

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Candidate Conversations- Gayle Harrell, GOP FL 16

CQ Politics sits down with Florida State Rep. Gayle Harrell, who is running against two other Republicans to vie for U.S. Rep. Tim Mahoney's seat in November.

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Take Back America- Conversation with Ari Melber

CQ Politics blogger Eric Pfeiffer talks to Ari Melber of 'The Nation' following a panel on blogging at the Take Back America conference in Washington, DC.

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Take Back America 2008- A Conversation with Chris Bowers

CQ Politics blogger Eric Pfeiffer talks to blogger Chris Bowers of OpenLeft.com at the 2008 Take Back America convention in Washington, DC.

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Candidate Conversations- Gayle Harrell, GOP FL 16

CQ Politics sits down with Florida State Rep. Gayle Harrell, who is running against two other Republicans to vie for U.S. Rep. Tim Mahoney's seat in November.

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08- Like Leaving Your Lover

08: Like Leaving Your Lover

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Baby Otters Make Zoo Debut

CBS News RAW: Three Asian small-clawed baby otters -- "Mac," "Hank," and "Charlie" -- wowed the crowd at their public debut at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington.

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The Mixed Legacy Of MLK

MLK Jr.'s message has been carried short and long distances to create change. Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez talk to Rev. Jesse Jackson and other experts about MLK's legacy.

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NATO Summit Ends

NATO expands its ranks and approves a European missile defense system that Russia's president Putin opposes. Bill Plante reports.

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MLK The Night Before He Died

The night before he was assassinated 40 years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. exhorted his followers to believe in their cause, as though he knew they would have to go on without him.

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MLK's Son Speaks

On the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, his son, Martin Luther King III, speaks with Harry Smith about how his father's legacy still resonates.

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Soldier's Tearful Reunion

A soldier returning home from Iraq surprises his twin daughters at a school assembly. Julie Chen has the story.

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Memphis Commemorates MLK

The city of Memphis honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 40 years after he was killed there. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Notebook- Race Relations

It's been 40 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the country has made great strides. But Katie Couric says there's still much work to be done to promote racial equality.

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street shrugs off a dismal jobs report; Northwest Airlines raises fares, cuts flights and implements a hiring freeze; and iTunes surpasses Walmart in music sales. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Friday: The 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination; unemployment rates jump; insurgents attack U.S. troops in Baghdad; and the surprising value of Delaware license plates.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Friday: The 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination; unemployment rates jump; insurgents attack U.S. troops in Baghdad; and the surprising value of Delaware license plates.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Friday: The 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination; unemployment rates jump; insurgents attack U.S. troops in Baghdad; and the surprising value of Delaware license plates.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Friday: The 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination; unemployment rates jump; insurgents attack U.S. troops in Baghdad; and the surprising value of Delaware license plates.

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Excerpt- China's Wealth Fund

In an exclusive interview with Lesley Stahl, Gao Xiqing, president of the China Investment Corp, promises to make China?s government-controlled $200 billion sovereign-wealth fund more transparent.

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Stahl's Reporter's Notebook

Lesley Stahl discusses her story on China's government-controlled $200 billion sovereign wealth fund.

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Troops Combat Insurgent Gunfire

CBS News RAW: Embedded with U.S. soldiers, Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan takes an inside look at the violence in Sadr City that is threatening to rip apart Baghdad's protected Green Zone.

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Zamfir Serenades WH Reporters

Only On The Web: Press covering the president's trip to Bucharest, Romania, got a treat when '80s pop culture icon Zamfir, Master of the Pan Flute, performed a special concert in the TV workspace.

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The Final Moments Of MLK

Only On The Web: Forty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr.'s death shocked the nation. Bill Whitaker speaks with Rev. Billy Kyles about the final moments that would make King one of America's most revered figures.

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Mother Of Drowned Kids Speaks

CBS News RAW: Amy Castillo, whose ex-husband is accused of drowning their three children, speaks about her attempts to get the courts to recognize that he was mentally ill.

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Eyewitness- Green Zone Attack

Lara Logan was there as U.S. troops responded to insurgent attacks on Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone.

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Eye To Eye- Fight In Sadr City

Only On The Web: CBS News' Lara Logan speaks to Lt. Col. Dan Barnett about the fight for Baghdad's Sadr City, where U.S. and Iraqi troops have met fierce resistance from Shiite militias.

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Dreams Of Equality Continue

On April 4, 1968, civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tenn. And as Bill Whitaker reports, his dream of equality continues to resonate 40 years after his death.

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Earmarks Linked To Campaign $$

Congressman Jack Murtha has steered billions of dollars in earmarks during his tenure in office. And as Sharyl Attkisson, campaign contributions are what drive this spending of taxpayers' dollars.

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Candidates On MLK

Forty years after his abrupt death, today's presidential candidates remembered Martin Luther King, Jr. from their own, personal standpoints, Dean Reynolds reports.

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Clinton Targets Union Workers

Hillary Clinton is targeting union workers in her bid for the Democratic nomination. But as Jim Axelrod reports, her multi-million dollar fortune might make this more difficult than it might seem.

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Job Losses Felt Nationwide

With thousands of jobs being eliminated nationwide, economists point to such evidence as a further sign that the U.S. economy is teetering on the verge of an all-out recession. Anthony Mason reports.

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