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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Webcam Edition- Barack and Hillary's Hollywood Ending

Former Democratic primary rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are teaming up for the Illinois senator's campaign. CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford wonders what the pair would look like if they were a Hollywood duo.

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Pap v. Stuart Varney- Obama's Tax Plan



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Obama's Tax Break for Seniors

Sen. Barack Obama is proposing a new tax break for Americans 65 and older. But it's a plan that is drawing criticism, Deborah Solomon reports. (June 27)

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Purpose



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McCain doesn't work weekends

Politico's Jonathan Martin talks about McCain's weekends off the campaign trail.

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McCain doesn't work weekends

Politico's Jonathan Martin talks about McCain's weekends off the campaign trail.

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Democrats Need Not Apply



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Kotecki- 06/26/08

Ralph Nader slams Barack Obama, and John McCain has a sweet video game on his website.

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Kotecki- 06/26/08

Ralph Nader slams Barack Obama, and John McCain has a sweet video game on his website.

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RFK, Jr. - A Green Economy



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Pakistan & The Prosperity Agenda - CAP's Katulis

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/security The next president of the United States will face real and serious national security challenges on a multitude of fronts, with al-Qaida at the top of the list. Nearly seven years after 9/11, its media outreach programme broadcasts messages on the airwaves and the internet, attempting to radicalise unaffiliated sympathisers into violent action. Regional groups in Iraq, Algeria and elsewhere place themselves under its brand in an effort to magnify their importance and gain funding as terrorist franchises. The threat from al-Qaida is diffuse, but US and foreign intelligence agencies have reached a strikingly unanimous conclusion that the core organisational leadership has re-formed itself. Its location? Pakistan. Al-Qaida has, in the words of the US director for national intelligence's February 2008 Annual Threat Assessment, "retained or regenerated key elements of its capability, including top leadership, operational mid-level lieutenants and de facto safe haven in Pakistan's border area with Afghanistan". Top officials at the CIA, state department and Joint Chiefs of Staff have all echoed this assessment in recent months. And under questioning from the Senate armed services committee at his confirmation hearing for the position of Centcom commander, which carries responsibility for Afghanistan and Pakistan as well as Iraq, General David Petraeus finally added his voice to this warning chorus as well. CAP Senior Fellow Brian Katulis, author of THE PROSPERITY AGENDA, traveled to Pakistan recently and brought back this video report.

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Protesters in Japan Criticize G8 Nations

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrives in Japan ahead of a G8 meeting to be greeted by demonstrations. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 26)

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Who said McCain wasn't hip?

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Bush Lifts Sanctions Against North Korea

After North Korea submitted a description of its nuclear weapons program, President Bush said he will lift sanctions against the isolated country. Video courtesy of Fox News. (June 26)

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The latest Wall Street witch hunt

Prosecutors' first case in the wake of the credit debacle turns out to be a pretty weak one.

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Mayors Slam Gun Ruling

CBS News Raw: The Supreme Court's recent ruling striking down Washington D.C.'s ban on handguns has been met with harsh criticism from D.C.'s Mayor Adrian Fenty and Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley.

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The Right to Bear 'Harm'

The Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision about the Second Amendment right to bear arms. Justices tossed out the District of Columbia's ban on citizens owning handguns. Susan Roberts reports.

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U.S. Eases Sanctions On N. Korea

President Bush lifted trade sanctions against North Korea after the country handed over a report on its nuclear work to China. Pauline Chiou reports.

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Seven Bucks A Gallon For Gas?

A new energy report predicts that oil will cost $200 a barrel in two years. If that happens, gas would go up to $7 a gallon. Priya David reports on the huge impact that would have on American lives.

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Bush Lifts N. Korea Sanctions

After depicting North Korea as part of an "axis of evil," the Bush administration wants Congress to remove the country from the terrorist blacklist and drop key sanctions. Lara Logan reports.

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Clintons Vow To Support Obama

Hillary Clinton hopes her support for Barack Obama will prompt him to help retire her campaign debt. And Bill Clinton released a brief statement in support of Obama. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Notebook- Gun Control

In light of the U.S. Supreme Court's historical decision to reaffirm the rights of citizens to bear arms, Michelle Miller notes that more effort must be made in order to reinforce handgun safety.

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U.S. Will Ease Up On N. Korea

North Korea declared its nuclear plans to China, a first step towards complying with the U.S. on policy. President Bush called the move a first step, easing some sanctions against N.Korea.

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Study- Adults Give Teens Booze

A new government report estimates there are nearly 11 million underage drinkers in the United States, and many of them are getting free alcohol from adults. Joel Brown reports.

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Obama And Clinton Join Forces

Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are joining forces as a show of unity ahead of the presidential election. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Bush Eases N. Korea Sanctions

The United States is set to lift key sanctions against North Korea, a sharp detour from previous policy. Bob Schieffer reports.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: The Supreme Court strikes down a ban on handguns; the controversial link between drug companies and doctors; gas prices spike; and Bush changes tunes with North Korea.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Thursday: The Supreme Court strikes down a ban on handguns; the controversial link between drug companies and doctors; gas prices spike; and Bush changes tunes with North Korea.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: The Supreme Court strikes down a ban on handguns; the controversial link between drug companies and doctors; gas prices spike; and Bush changes tunes with North Korea.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Thursday: The Supreme Court strikes down a ban on handguns; the controversial link between drug companies and doctors; gas prices spike; and Bush changes tunes with North Korea.

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MoneyWatch

A big surge in the oil market caused the Dow to drop by over 350 points, as predictions have been made that gas prices will continue to soar. Alexis Christoforous reports on top financial news.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Fed leaves interest rates unchanged; U.S. oil prices dip following a supply increase and lower demand; and signs indicate the housing market is still tumbling.

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Eye To Eye- Gun Ruling

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Washington D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty about the Supreme Court ruling that struck down a 32-year-old ban on handguns in the nation's capitol.

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