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Friday, April 18, 2008

Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Annie Get Your Gun Policy

Gun rights have surfaced as a big issue in the Democratic primary. CQ Politics blogger says this has both Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama feeling uncomfortable.

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John McCain is a Guest on The View

John McCain is a guest on the View.

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Video Trail Mix Webcam Edition- Annie Get Your Gun Policy

Gun rights have surfaced as a big issue in the Democratic primary. CQ Politics blogger says this has both Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama feeling uncomfortable.

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FEC FILINGS- Who won and who lost?

FEC FILINGS: Who won and who lost?

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Foreclosure Crisis Hits Pets

Humans are not the only ones suffering from the recent U.S. foreclosure crisis. As KHOU's Brad Woodard reports, many pets throughout the nation have been abandoned and left to fend for themselves.

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Hillary Chases Obama's Lead

As the all-too-important Pennsylvania primary nears, Hillary Clinton is riding the wave of support brought by the most recent Democratic debate to close-in on Obama's lead. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Pope Meets Sex Abuse Victims

The pope met with church sex abuse victims before departing for New York, where he addressed the United Nations' general assembly. Byron Pitts reports.

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Lehigh Valley Gets Set To Vote

Voters in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley are preparing for a crucial primary election between Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. As Jeff Greenfield reports, this could be a close race.

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Chicago's Tax-Funded Aquarium

The thriving Shedd Aquarium in Chicago is fishing for tax dollars in Washington, even though the attraction is hardly strapped-for-cash. Sharyl Attkisson follows the money.

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Notebook- The Thin Law

France is considering a landmark law which would outlaw extreme thinness. Katie Couric says that the courts should not regulate body weight, although parents must urge their children to stay healthy.

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Vid Contest Takes Kids To Pope

An original song and video entered into a contest won four high-school students free tickets to see the pope in D.C. Maggie Rodriguez reports and talks with the kids.

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Benedict 's Message Of Healing

The Pope's first visit to the U.S. underscores the stylistic differences from his predecessor. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Church Abuse Survivors Speak

Three Catholic church sexual abuse survivors who met with the pope speak with Maggie Rodriguez about how it's helped their healing process.

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Pope Meets Sex Abuse Survivors

For years survivors of sexual abuse in the Catholic church pleaded for a meeting with the Pope. In an unannounced, private meeting, they finally got their wish. Jeff Glor reports.

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Eye To Eye- Confronting Abuse

Only On The Web: Three victims of church sexual abuse talk to CBS News about their meeting with the Pope, who has publicly apologized for a scandal from which the Catholic church has yet to recover.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top financial news. Oil prices continue to rise to all time highs, as crude briefly topped a $117 a barrel. Google stocks surged while Citibank faced losses.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Google's profits keep growing despite a slowing economy; mortgage rates are holding steady; and Hallmark has introduced a new line of recordable greeting cards.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Friday: A disturbing insight into the polygamist compound; the pope addresses the U.N.; Pennsylvania gets set to vote; a tax-funded aquarium; and a young boy climbs Mount Kilamanjaro.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Friday: A disturbing insight into the polygamist compound; the pope addresses the U.N.; Pennsylvania gets set to vote; a tax-funded aquarium; and a young boy climbs Mount Kilamanjaro.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Friday: A disturbing insight into the polygamist compound; the pope addresses the U.N.; Pennsylvania gets set to vote; a tax-funded aquarium; and a young boy climbs Mount Kilamanjaro.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Friday: A disturbing insight into the polygamist compound; the pope addresses the U.N.; Pennsylvania gets set to vote; a tax-funded aquarium; and a young boy climbs Mount Kilamanjaro.

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'We'll Keep Fighting'

Surrounded by Taliban fighters when two of his team were killed, Staff Sergeant Brandon Pechette wrote a letter to say goodbye to his wife, then fought on. "60 Minutes" Sunday, April 20, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Lara Logan's Reporter's Notebook

Lara Logan discusses a group of U.S. Special Forces who were ambushed by hundreds of Taliban fighters in a previously unreported attack in Afghanistan. "60 Minutes," Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Preview- Ambush In Afghanistan

U.S. Special Forces say they were shocked by the disciplined military tactics used by hundreds of Taliban fighters who ambushed them in Afghanistan, in their first account of the unreported battle.

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The World In Review

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk discusses the Pope's visit to the U.S., Prime Minister Gordon Brown's visit to the U.N. and Secretary of State Rice's upcoming visit to Kuwait.

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