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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The Deconstruction Zone - June 25, Part 2

Mike Allen and Jonathan Martin discuss the Libit article and the so-called "strategists."

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Will America's Sour Mood Get Obama Elected?

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger tells Paul Lin that if Americans expect Barack Obama to resolve their current malaise, they're in for disappointment.

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Sailing Past High Fuel Costs

Sailing is fast becoming an alternative to gas-guzzling powerboats. David Caporale of the Manhattan Sailing School discusses the renewed interest in the sport.

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Fed Holds Rates, Signals Inflation Concerns

WSJ's Sudeep Reddy discusses why the Fed has ended its phase of aggressive interest-rate cuts. Plus, in a statement accompanying the Fed's meeting, he says the central bank expressed concerns about inflation risks. (June 25)

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The Devil is in the Economic Details

WSJ's David Wessel says when it comes to the economic rhetoric of presidential candidates, it's easy to get mired in the details. Instead, he says voters should look at a handful of significant issues, which he outliines in his latest column. (June 26)

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Fed Walks 'Fine Line'

Gary Schlossberg, senior economist at Wells Capital Management, says he expects the U.S. economic slowdown to be fairly mild, giving the Fed leeway to hold interest rates steady for the foreseeable future. (June 25)

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Kotecki- 06/25/08

Barack Obama and John McCain spar over energy policy, and Bill Clinton makes a huge endorsement.

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Kotecki- 06/25/08

Barack Obama and John McCain spar over energy policy, and Bill Clinton makes a huge endorsement.

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What others are saying about Sandy Treadwell




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Debating the Divine - CAP Event HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/06/debating_the_divine.html The iconic public square where Americans of the past used to gather to debate the politics of the day is long gone from most cities and towns, but the spirited conversations that once defi ned these places�both in myth and fact�are alive and well today. The topics of our current political and cultural conversations range from the mundane to the profound, but a recurring theme has to do with religion and politics�in particular, whether religion should be a force shaping our public policies and our common civic life. Of course, this is not a new conversation. Contrasting views about the role of religion in public life predate our nation's birth�from the Massachusett s Bay Colony, where officials collected taxes to support the Puritan church and compelled att endance at its services, to the Founders who disestablished religion from the state and drafted the Constitution without mention of God. In recent years, these conversations have been heating up. Invectives fly back and forth as opponents stake out mutually exclusive claims on behalf of truth, fairness, and the American way. Listening to each side, one is hard-pressed to tell whether we are a God-saturated, intolerant, antiintellectual theocracy�or a severely secular nation that punishes the practice of religion and banishes God altogether from our laws, policies, and public life. Debating the Divine: Religion in 21st Century American Democracy aims to turn down the heat and turn up the light. Because the issue of religion in public life is complex, encompassing theory, history, and practice, we purposely did not set up a narrowly-focused debate in which each side shot at the other, and the side with the fiercest arguments and most adherents won. Instead, we have chosen to examine the many facets of the issue in a thoughtful way, in hopes of finding new insights and, perhaps, common ground.

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Playback 6/25/08

Obama no longer immune to late-night jabs

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More Job Losses Ahead for the U.K.

Russell Hobby of the Hay Group discusses a research study that forecasts 350,000 jobs will be lost in the U.K., thanks to effects of the credit crunch. MarketWatch's Aude Lagorce reports. (June 25)

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Crawford's Webcam Edition- Sorry About Charlie

John McCain was caught off-guard when his top adviser said a terrorist attack would benefit the presumptive Republican nominee's campaign.

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Feng Shui For Pets

Some owners are willing to rearrange their lives so the lives of their pets are in balance. Debbye Turner investigates the use of 'fur' shui.

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Eye To Eye- Afghan Drug War

Only On The Web: Former Assistant Secretary of State Robert Charles speaks with CBS News about the problems faced by the U.S. as they try to curb Afghanistan's Taliban-backed heroin trade.

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U.S. Losing Afghan Drug War

The U.S. is fighting a losing battle against the heroin trade in Afghanistan, which largely benefits the Taliban. And as Armen Keteyian reports, terrorists aren't this drug war's only beneficiaries.

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A View From The Fields

Only On The Web: Military contractor Eric Sherepita explains how Afghanistan's lucrative heroin trade helps finance global terrorism and why U.S. efforts to dismantle it have been ineffective.

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Interest Rates Not Changing

The Federal Reserve decided not to drop interest rates Wednesday. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Fed is likely to keep interest rates steady; demand for gasoline slid about 3 percent last week; and Yahoo and Microsoft talk about a partnership, not a takeover.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Wednesday: A new death penalty ruling; Interest rates left alone; new fears of rising inflation; fighting Afghanistan's heroin trade; Obama support surges; and a barber helps promote literacy.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Wednesday: A new death penalty ruling; Interest rates left alone; new fears of rising inflation; fighting Afghanistan's heroin trade; Obama support surges; and a barber helps promote literacy.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Wednesday: A new death penalty ruling; Interest rates left alone; new fears of rising inflation; fighting Afghanistan's heroin trade; Obama support surges; and a barber helps promote literacy.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Wednesday: A new death penalty ruling; Interest rates left alone; new fears of rising inflation; fighting Afghanistan's heroin trade; Obama support surges; and a barber helps promote literacy.

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Wi-Fi In The Sky?

You may be able to stay connected at 30,000 feet if a test run by American Airlines is a success. Julie Chen reports.

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Global Gas Prices Go Up

Domestic gas prices have soared to record highs over the past year, but drivers around the world are feeling the pinch -- some much more than others. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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New Polls Worry GOP

A host of new polls shows support for Barack Obama in states that once voted for President Bush ? a cause for Republican worry. But it's still too soon to tell, says political analyst Jeff Greenfield.

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Barber Cuts Down Dropout Rates

A barber in Southern California is trimming more than hair. By encouraging kids to read, he is helping cut down illiteracy and dropout rates. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Fed Halts Rate Cuts

Caught between a slow economy and rising inflation, the Federal Reserve chose to leave interest rates alone and wait to see what the world markets will do next. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Small Businesses Feel Crunch

Entrepreneurs are finding it harder to secure money and young businesses are being forced to close, as strained lenders face the realities of the credit crunch. Anthony Mason reports

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World Leaders Rebuke Mugabe

Leading African statesmen Nelson Mandela rebuked Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe for his "failure of leadership," while Queen Elizabeth stripped Mugabe of his knighthood. Katie Couric reports.

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Death Penalty For Child Rape?

The Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty is "cruel and unusual punishment" for rapists, including child rapists. Some disappointed prosecutors disputed the ruling. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Horrors Of War Hit Home

Only On The Web: Kelly Kennedy, health reporter for Army Times, speaks with CBS Investigative Unit about what it takes to trigger PTSD.

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Clinton, Obama Team Up

Hillary Clinton is ready to hit the campaign trail, and Barack Obama is ready to help his former rival pay down the millions of dollars her campaign still owes. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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Barack To Bail Out Clinton?

Barack Obama is reaching out to his former rival. He has given his donors the green light to help Hillary Clinton pay off her campaign debt. Susan Roberts reports.

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Crawford's Webcam Edition- Sorry About Charlie

John McCain was caught off-guard when his top adviser said a terrorist attack would benefit the presumptive Republican nominee's campaign.

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OBAMA-ICANS- GOP Candidates Embrace Obama?

OBAMA-ICANS: GOP Candidates Embrace Obama?

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