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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

All Eyes on Presidential Candidates During War Hearings

CQ Politics political reporter Jonathan Allen analyzes the performances of the three presidential candidates during yesterday's Iraq war hearings.

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Sen. Obama Questions Petraeus, Crocker

Sen. Barack Obama questions Gen. David Petraeus and Amb. Ryan Crocker during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Iraq on April 8, 2008.

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Sen. Obama Questions Petraeus, Crocker

Sen. Barack Obama questions Gen. David Petraeus and Amb. Ryan Crocker during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Iraq on April 8, 2008.

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Gen. Petraeus Resists Timetable on Iraq

During his opening statement at the Senate Foreign Services Committee hearing on Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus told the committee members that a withdrawal of troops would jeopardize military and political gains made by the surge.

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Sen. Clinton Questions Petraeus

During a hearing on the Iraq war before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton tells Gen. David Petraeus she thinks the U.S. needs to begin an "orderly withdrawal" of troops from Iraq. Video courtesy of MSNBC.

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Sen. Levin Questions Gen. Petraeus About Troop Levels

Senate Armed Services Committee chairman Sen. Carl Levin questions Multinational Force Iraq Commander Gen. David Petraeus about troop levels during a committee hearing about progress in Iraq on April 8, 2008. A protester disrupts the process.

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Sen. John McCain Questions Gen. Petraeus and Amb. Crocker

Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, questions Multinational Force Iraq Commander Gen. David Petraeus and Iraq Ambassador Ryan Crocker during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing about progress in Iraq on April 8, 2008.

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The Future of Human Rights - Center for American Progress

America did not invent Human Rights. Human Rights invented America. -Jimmy Carter US standing in the world has receded as America's human rights record has been dealt blows by a failure to observe the rule of law and scandals like Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo. The US must repair its record and standing in the world. THE CENTER FOR AMERICAN PROGRESS www.americanprogress.org

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Rising Cost Of Border Security

An estimated $1.2 billion is being spent on a border fence between the U.S. and Mexico. Lifetime maintenance could raise the price tag to $50 billion. Bill Whitaker reports on whether it's worth it.

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Extraordinary Act Of Valor

Navy Seal Michael Monsoor, 25, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Bush for his service in Iraq. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Candidates On Iraq War

The politics behind the war in Iraq took center stage as all three presidential candidates took part in the Senate hearings. Chip Reid reports.

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The War Report

Gen. David Petraeus reported to Congress to give his assessment of the war in Iraq, saying "we haven't turned any corners." David Martin reports on the general's war report.

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First School For Twins

There are schools for gifted children, for budding actors and athletes. But an unusual public school in Japan specializes in twins. And it's providing a gold mine for the medical community. Lucy Craft reports.

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Rice- I'm Going Back To Calif.

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice responds to a question about running for Vice President, saying "Senator McCain is an extraordinary American," but she plans to go back to Stanford.

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Petraeus Wants More Time

Gen. David Petraeus has asked for a 45-day pause in troop reductions after July in order to evaluate whether further troop reductions are possible. Susan Roberts reports.

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Rice Makes Intentions Clear

CBS News Raw: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she will return to California and has no plans to be a vice-presidential candidate.

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Dance It Mr. Sulu!- CBS Mobile Exclusive

George Takei doesn't just sing. He can dance too? at least on the internet. Ramy Inocencio sat down with the former helmsman of the starship Enterprise to talk about the actor's cult following in The Sulu Dance.

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Eye To Eye- Border Fence

Only On The Web: Bill Whitaker speaks with Chief Patrol Agent Michael Fisher about the border fence's impact on illegal immigration and how it has helped the agency maintain control of the area.

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Notebook- Petraeus On Iraq

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses Gen. David Petraeus' Congressional hearing, noting that diplomacy plays an important a role as military strategy in bringing the war to an end.

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Medical Records Not So Private

It happened to Britney Spears and Bill Clinton, and it could happen to you. Dr. Emily Senay talks about the invasion of privacy resulting from unauthorized people accessing medical records.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Tuesday: A debate over the Iraq War; controversy follows the Olympic torch; a close look at the Mexican border fence; a medal of honor awarded posthumously; and solving a loud fish riddle.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Tuesday: A debate over the Iraq War; controversy follows the Olympic torch; a close look at the Mexican border fence; a medal of honor awarded posthumously; and solving a loud fish riddle.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tuesday: A debate over the Iraq War; controversy follows the Olympic torch; a close look at the Mexican border fence; a medal of honor awarded posthumously; and solving a loud fish riddle.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tuesday: A debate over the Iraq War; controversy follows the Olympic torch; a close look at the Mexican border fence; a medal of honor awarded posthumously; and solving a loud fish riddle.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports fewer lenders are loaning money to college students; Alcoa reported earnings slashed in half last quarter; and luxury car sales made a significant drop in March.

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What's Behind Teen Violence?

A psychologist discusses the parents' role in their kid's behavior in light of a disturbing video of a fight posted on the internet. Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith with Dr. Jeff Gardere.

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Petraeus To Face Congress

Gen. Petraeus is expected to tout the troop surge in Iraq as a success, while Democratic Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are expected to challenge him. Harry Smith talks to Clinton.

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THE 100 YEARS HEARINGS- Obama, Hillary, McCain & Paetraeus

THE 100 YEARS HEARINGS: Obama, Hillary, McCain & Paetraeus

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