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Monday, June 23, 2008

Myanmar's Business Relationship with China

Parts of Myanmar are booming, including Mandalay, a buzzing trading hub. And while Mandalay's business relationship with China is contributing to its thriving economy, some contend it is also keeping Myanmar's strict military regime in power. (June 24)

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John McCain- Conservationist, Outdoorsman



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U.S. Wrestlers Sacrifice for Olympic Gold

U.S. Olympic wrestlers TC Dantzler and Ben Askren share what it takes to prepare for the Summer Games in Beijing. They discuss the sacrifices they've made to compete and the help they're getting from Fuel The Dream. Kelsey Hubbard reports.(June 23)

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The Prosecution of George W. Bush



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Politico koteckitv Condoleezza rice war north korea barack obama presidential seal comments nuclear sanctions secretary state

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Politico koteckitv Condoleezza rice war north korea barack obama presidential seal comments nuclear sanctions secretary state

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McCain Web Ad- Energy Security

McCain Web Ad: Energy Security

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Freedom - narrated by Sen. Fred Thompson


"Freedom" -- featuring Ronald Reagan's wisdom, Fred Thompson's narration and John McCain's vision for our future -- lays out the stakes on Election Day and was the feature video for the 2008 President's Dinner.

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Credits:
  • Script by Mike Slanker (NRSC)
  • Original score by Richard Sales (NRSC)
  • Editing by Richard Sales
  • Narrated by Senator Fred Thompson
  • Intro music by Senator Orrin Hatch


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Playback 6/23/08

New MTP moderator announced

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Evening News Pt. 2

Monday: New poll on Americans' views on religion. Congress eyes ways to stop oil speculation. Americans turn to mass transportation. Flooded communities dig out. And remembering George Carlin.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Monday: New poll on Americans' views on religion. Congress eyes ways to stop oil speculation. Americans turn to mass transportation. Flooded communities dig out. And remembering George Carlin.

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Evening News, Pt. 4

Monday: New poll on Americans' views on religion. Congress eyes ways to stop oil speculation. Americans turn to mass transportation. Flooded communities dig out. And remembering George Carlin.

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Evening News, Pt. 3

Monday: New poll on Americans' views on religion. Congress eyes ways to stop oil speculation. Americans turn to mass transportation. Flooded communities dig out. And remembering George Carlin.

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Zimbabwe Opposition Ends Bid

Zimbabwe's opposition leader ends his bid for election following the brutal violence towards his supporters by President Mugabe. Richard Roth reports.

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Fact Hand In Hand With God

Father Thomas Williams, author of "Greater Than You Think," explains to Maggie Rodriguez his belief that God and fact are compatible.

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Clinton To Campaign For Obama

Two weeks after conceding the Democratic presidential nomination to her opponent Barack Obama, Sen. Hillary Clinton is set to return to the national stage. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Five Things About John McCain

The Arizona senator was called a carpetbagger and was known as "the punk." Jeff Glor explains more to Harry Smith.

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Obama's Seal Of Approval

Sen. Barack Obama unveils a new public logo to mixed reviews, while Sen. John McCain has more women showing up at his campaign stops. Harry Smith talks to political analyst Laura Schwartz.

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Saudis Up Oil Production

Saudi Arabia has agreed to increase oil production by more than 200,000 barrels a day, but will it lower U.S. energy prices? Priya David reports.

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Eye To Eye- Religion Survey

A new survey has revealed some surprising results regarding religion in this country. CBS News spoke to the survey's lead analyst about the findings.

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Surfers Fight for Privacy

Caught on Tape: It was surfers versus the paparazzi in a turf war in Malibu Beach, Calif. The surfers were trying to protect Matthew McConaughy from the cameras. Melissa McCarthy reports.

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MoneyWatch

Oil prices have increased once again, this time to over $135 a barrel, as consumers continue to witness records costs at the pump. Alexis Christoforous reports on this and today's top financial news.

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HealthWatch

Andrea Stassou reports restricted medications could be prescribed by e-mail; falling levels of a hormone may explain why some have a hard time keeping weight off; the bird flu could kill millions.

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Oil Speculators Take Heat

Soaring oil prices were largely blamed on speculators at a hearing on Capitol Hill. Others cited the weakening of the U.S. dollar, rising demand in Asia and a limited supply. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Mugabe's Reign Of Terror

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe claimed, "Only god will remove me from power." And, as Richard Roth reports, his violent regime is close to claiming five more years of power.

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Americans Change Travel Habits

With gas prices zooming past $4 a gallon, there are new signs Americans are ready to make big changes including where they live, what they drive and how they get to work. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Clergymen On Faith In U.S.

CBS News faith and religion analyst Fr. Thomas Williams and Rev. Floyd Flake of the Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral of N.Y. speak with Katie Couric about a new study on faith in America.

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Religion In The United States

The United States is a religious country with 92 percent of Americans believing in God or a universal spirit. But, as Chip Reid reports, many believe that there is more than one path to salvation.

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Soaring Oil Prices Nix Travel

Just one weekend into summer, the soaring price of fuel is putting the traditional American road trip out of reach. News from around the world isn't helping the situation. Alexis Christoforous reports

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Cash Prizes For New Technology

John McCain hopes to solve the country's energy crisis with cold hard cash. He proposed a $300 million government prize to developers of an automobile battery that far surpasses existing technology.

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Candidates Address Gas Crisis

As soaring gas prices continue, the presidential candidates have each proposed distinct resolutions, though neither plan will immediately ease costs. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 06-23-08

Ramy Inocencio's ringside recap of the 2008 White House fight. This week: McCain's 'Little Jerk', 'Age'ism & Racism, Clinton Cash.

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Gisele, star of the Sao Paulo fashion week

Brazil has long been proud of its sexy and creative fashions, but it's only now that the rest of the world is taking them seriously. Investors are snapping up labels, many of which were on show at the Sao Paulo Fashion Week.

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