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Friday, June 27, 2008

Clinton Calls All to Support Obama

Despite a fierce primary fight, Sen. Hillary Clinton urged all Democrats to come together and stand behind Sen. Barack Obama. Clinton and Obama were campaigning together at a rally in Unity, N.H. Video courtesy of Fox News. (June 27)

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Mazda's Hydrogen Hybrid Unites Green Technology

WSJ's John Murphy reviews Mazda's new hydrogen hybrid, the Premacy Hydrogen Rotary Engine Hybrid. The vehicle, he says, is unique because it attempts to combine different types of green technology. (June 27)

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Looking Ahead- Jobs, July 4th

The holiday-shortened week will kick off the second half of 2008, featuring data on unemployment and manufacturing. Also, fewer Americans are expected to travel on the July 4 weekend, with the figure dropping for the first time in 10 years. Stacey Delo has a preview.

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Reshaping Wall Street

Wall Street may be left a little smaller after the dust from the credit crisis settles, says Barron's Michael Santoli, but its next incarnation could be an even more profitable one. (June 27)

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Myanmar Sees Revival of Nat Worship

After years of economic and political hardships, Myanmar's citizens are turning to Nat worship, a form of animism, for help. The country's tough, military junta discourages the practice of Nat worship, fearing it will threaten the regime. (June 30)

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Old Beijing, New Wrecking Ball

WSJ's Andy Jordan looks at how Beijing's cultural icons - the alleys called hutongs and courtyard houses - are giving way to progress via the wrecking ball.

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Economy's Impact on Casinos

MarketWatch's Bill Spain talks to executives from Boyd Gaming and MGM Mirage about how the new $400 million Borgata Water Club will fare despite the economy's impact on tourism. (June 27)

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Clinton, Obama Unite in Unity

Former Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama met in Unity, NH, in effort to unite the Democratic party behind Obama, the presumptive nominee.

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It's All About the Oil

Doug Couden, manager of Phoenix Strategic Growth Fund, talks with Jonathan Burton about prospects for booming energy stocks and where he's finding investment opportunities heading into the second half of the year. (June 27)

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High Crude Prices to Go Higher

Phil Flynn, energy analyst at Alaron, says that the climb in crude prices to a new high of $142 a barrel is due to loss of confidence in the U.S. dollar and the U.S. economy. (June 27)

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Oil Prices Hit Record Highs

Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading says that investors are seeking a safe haven in commodities amid a weak economy. He explains why oil prices will likely keep surging.(June 27)

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Change agent goes conventional

Politico's Ken Vogel talks about Obama's shift from an unconventional candidate to a conventional one.

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Change agent goes conventional

Politico's Ken Vogel talks about Obama's shift from an unconventional candidate to a conventional one.

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John McCain's Campaign Ad on Energy Policy

Watch Sen. John McCain's campaign ad on energy policy. (June 27)

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Kotecki- 06/27/08

The Supreme Court ends the DC ban on handguns, and Hillary Clinton unites with Barack Obama.

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Kotecki- 06/27/08

The Supreme Court ends the DC ban on handguns, and Hillary Clinton unites with Barack Obama.

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Dr. No

John McCain Ad: Dr. No

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Words

John McCain Ad: Words

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Energy Security

John McCain Ad: Energy Security

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Voters in Zimbabwe Have One Choice- Mugabe

After 90 supporters of the opposition party died, Zimbabwe's election featured only President Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Leaders worldwide condemned the voting. Video courtesy of Reuters. (June 27)

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North Korea Destroys Nuclear Plant Cooling Tower

Watch as North Korea blows up a cooling tower at a controversial nuclear plant. The move was largely symbolic, as the U.S. ratcheted down sanctions against the country. (June 27)

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Clinton Makes First Appearance as Obama Supporter

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton make their first joint public appearance today after a bitter primary fight to be the Democratic presidential nominee. (June 27)

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The Second Amendment

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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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Where Do Obama, McCain Stand?

Katie Couric speaks with CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield about the latest developments in the campaigns of presumptive presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama.

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Zimbabwe's Fraudulent Election

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is the only name on an election run-off ballot, and he has ordered the supporters of his opponents to be tortured and killed. Lara Logan reports.

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Rebates Fail To Dispel Fears

With the government's stimulus plan now complete, many Americans are facing the realities of a continued economic downturn with little relief in sight. Jeff Glor reports.

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Anthrax Case Remains Open

The mystery behind the Washington D.C. anthrax attacks remains unsolved and the government has settled millions on a one-time suspect. Bob Orr reports on a case with no imminent arrests in sight.

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Obama, Clinton Meet In Unity

Onetime rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigned together in Unity, N.H But, as Dean Reynolds reports, Obama may find it difficult to convince some Clinton fans to support him.

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Clinton Supporters In N.H.

CBS News RAW: CBSNews.com's Scott Conroy speaks with two Hillary Clinton supporters at the Obama/Clinton rally in Unity, N.H.

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Clinton Stands By Obama

After a long, hard fight over the Democratic nomination, Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama presented a united front in Unity. N.H.

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Barack Breaks Down Barriers

In Unity, N.H., Presidential candidate Barack Obama uses Hillary Clinton as an example of women's success and speaks about the barriers that he and Clinton had to overcome to get where they are now.

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McCain Speaking On Energy

From Warren, Ohio, Republican Presidential Candidate, John McCain speaks about the U.S. needs to explore nuclear power in addition to clean coal technology as a way to wean America off foreign oil.

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Homeless Soccer Team Scores

A sports league in several states is helping the homeless find home, jobs and sometimes estranged family. Priya David reports.

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N. Korea Trashes Nuke Tower

Images of the destruction of a nuclear tower are eyed with skepticism by critics of North Korea. Some say they already have all the nuclear weapons they desire. Lara Logan reports.

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Clinton, Obama Rally In Unity

Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton's effort to work together is so far mutually beneficial. Dean Reynolds reports and Maggie Rodriguez talks to Clinton campaign manager Terry McCauliffe.

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Boozy Energy Drink Risks

The combo of caffeine and alcohol in drinks is shown to put people at risk while intoxicated. Also, some makers are pulling their product after complaints of marketing to kids. Chris Wragge reports.

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Wall Street Way Down

Some analysts believe we are entering a bear market due to high oil prices, housing woes, and the credit crisis fallout. Jeff Glor reports and an expert answers viewers' financial questions.

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North Pole May Melt In Total

Scientists believe North Pole ice may melt completely, but briefly, for the first time this summer. Tony Blair talks to Maggie Rodriguez about his efforts to make climate change a real global issue.

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Pizza, The 'Smart' Way

High gas prices are hitting businesses with delivery service especially hard. One local pizza place may have found a solution, a smart-car that gets 50 miles per gallon. WISH's Liza Danver reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street opens today at it's lowest level in nearly 2 years; auto industry woes sparked a sell-off of General Motors stock; and Bank of America will cut 7,000 jobs.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Friday: Obama and Clinton team-up; no leads in the anthrax case; Zimbabwe's botched election; new migraine research; the stimulus package fails to boost the economy; and are babies really cute?

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Evening News Pt. 4

Friday: Obama and Clinton team-up; no leads in the anthrax case; Zimbabwe's botched election; new migraine research; the stimulus package fails to boost the economy; and are babies really cute?

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Evening News Pt. 2

Friday: Obama and Clinton team-up; no leads in the anthrax case; Zimbabwe's botched election; new migraine research; the stimulus package fails to boost the economy; and are babies really cute?

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Clinton, Obama Head To Unity

In Unity, N.H., where Sen. Hillary Clinton begins to campaign with Sen. Barack Obama, locals give their thoughts on all the fuss. CBSNews.com's Scott Conroy reports.

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