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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Jeanne Shaheen at White Mountain Lumber


Governor Shaheen was in Berlin meeting with the employees at the White Mountain Lumber Company. There she spoke with workers about the challenges they and all AmericanS face in the current economy. Watch the video of this visit, then share it with your neighbors, friends, and family.

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A New Farm Bill -ASK THE EXPERT- Jake Caldwell

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/04/sustainable_crop.html What issues have been holding up the vote on the Farm Bill? How can we fix the subsidy system? And how do biofuels figure into the Farm Bill debate? Jake Caldwell of the Center for American Progress weighs the answers. THE CENTER FOR AMERICAN PROGRESS www.AMERICANPROGRESS.org

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WHO SUCKED MOST- Obama, Stephanopoulos, Gibson or Clinton?

WHO SUCKED MOST: Obama, Stephanopoulos, Gibson or Clinton?

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Weekend In New York- Weekend In New York- A European Tour of New York City

Join Seth Kugel, a travel writer for The New York Times, as he explores a few locations around the city that have a European flair.

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Green Home Giveaway

HGTV's "Dream Home" host Carter Oosterhouse and house planner Jack Thomasson give a tour of the Green Home they're giving away this season.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Thursday: The pope meets with sex abuse victims; Obama on the hot seat; polygamists' day in court; military denies PTSD treatment; second-career priests; and rescuing Botwana's marimba players.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: The pope meets with sex abuse victims; Obama on the hot seat; polygamists' day in court; military denies PTSD treatment; second-career priests; and rescuing Botwana's marimba players.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Thursday: The pope meets with sex abuse victims; Obama on the hot seat; polygamists' day in court; military denies PTSD treatment; second-career priests; and rescuing Botwana's marimba players.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: The pope meets with sex abuse victims; Obama on the hot seat; polygamists' day in court; military denies PTSD treatment; second-career priests; and rescuing Botwana's marimba players.

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Eye To Eye- PTSD

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier speaks with PFC Jonathan Norrell, a U.S. army medic who, despite being diagnosed with PTSD, was denied a medical discharge.

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Democratic Debate Analysis

Jeff Greenfield speaks with Harry Smith about the problems besetting the Democratic presidential candidates and whether they successfully addressed them in their last debate before the Pa. primary.

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Texas AG Defends Polygamy Raid

As women from a raided polygamist sect claim civil rights violations, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott tells Harry Smith authorities were right to remove children from danger.

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Followers Flock To See Pope

Tens of thousands of people from all over the country are journeying long distances for what they consider will be a defining moment in their life, hearing the pope's mass. Jeff Glor reports.

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Take Me Out To The Mass

Changing a baseball stadium from one place of worship into another takes a lot of "faith." Maggie Rodriguez takes a look at all the details and discusses the U.S. visit of Pope Benedict XVI.

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Democrats Grilled In Philly

The atmosphere was tense in the last debate between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama as each candidate was pressed to explain recent controversies. Dean Reynolds reports.

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New Priests, Second Career

Priest receiving the calling later in life are breathing new life into an institution dodged by scandal and recruitment shortages. John Blackstone reports on the reinvention of the Catholic Church.

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Pope's Message To Faithful

Over 46,000 people turned out to hear the pope hold Mass in a Washington D.C. baseball stadium, where he gave a message of hope and spiritual renewal. Byron Pitts reports.

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Soldiers Denied PTSD Treatment

Experts warn that a new generation of soldiers is positioned to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But as Kimberly Dozier reports, the military is doing little to ease their pain.

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Hillary's Elitist Charge?

Katie Couric speaks with senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield about Hillary Clinton's performance at the Democratic debate and an elitist charge that has surfaced in cyberspace.

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Obama Grilled At Debate

Barack Obama was in the hot seat, grilled over his preacher and patriotism at a televised debate that drew criticism for dividing an already fragmented Democratic party. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Notebook- PTSD

A new study found that 1 in 5 U.S. troops suffer from depression or post traumatic stress disorder from service in Iraq and Afghanistan. Randall Pinkston comments.

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Obama Brushes Off Clinton Jabs

CBS News RAW: Campaigning in Raleigh, N.C., Barack Obama speaks about the ABC debate, saying Hillary Clinton "looked in her element. She was taking every opportunity to get a dig in there."

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Bush, Brown Agree On Iraq

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a White House press conference, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown reiterated his support for President Bush's policy in Iraq.

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Cheney Turns On The 'Charm'

CBS News RAW: Speaking to members of the media, Vice President Dick Cheney cracks a few jokes - many at his own expense - at the Radio-TV Correspondents Assn. dinner in Washington.

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Romney Top 10- Why I Quit Race

CBS News RAW: At the Radio-TV Correspondents Assn. dinner in Washington, ex-presidential candidate Mitt Romney pokes fun at himself as he reads the "Top 10 Reasons I Decided To Get Out Of The Race."

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Brown Courts U.S. Candidates

As the U.S. election get closer, America's allies are taking note. Charlie D'Agata reports on the political strategy behind British Prime Minster Gordon Brown's most recent U.S. visit.

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Pope Gives Mass To Thousands

Tens of thousands packed Washington DC's new baseball stadium to hear Pope Benedict XVI give mass. Susan Roberts reports.

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