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Saturday, October 11, 2008

AP Photos- This week on the campaign trail

The AP's J. David Ake has the stories behind this week's best photos from the campaign trail. (Oct. 11)

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Obama thanks McCain for toning down rhetoric

Barack Obama on Saturday thanked Republican John McCain for trying to stop supporters hurling abuse at the Democratic nominee at his rallies, but mocked his foe's economic crisis plans.
Obama's comments, during a four-in-a-day blitz of mini-rallies in Philadelphia, came after McCain was forced to intervene to ease seething anger partly whipped up by his campaign advertisements and tactics.

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New Homes For Struggling Vets

60-year-old travel agent Arlene Jackson has set out on a mission to build houses for veteran soldiers who now face homelessness. CBS News' Brandon Scott reports from Perris, California.

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A Look At Negative Ads

The presidential campaign is becoming more negative out on the trail and on television. More attacks ads are being released because they can be effective, but not always. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Part Analyst, Part Therapist

Many investors are frightened about losing their money and need to hear reassurance from financial analysts. Michelle Miller reports.

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Eye To Eye- Economic Crisis

Only On The Web: After a series of devastating worldwide financial meltdowns, Anthony Mason speaks with Lakshman Achuthan from the Economic Cycle Research Institute about this growing crisis.

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Frozen Credit- The Real Scare?

The world's largest banks have upped their interest rates and the credit market is suffering. Financial experts say that frozen credit, not plunging stocks, is the real crisis. Nancy Cordes reports.

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The Final Touchdown

In this latest installment of "Assignment America," Steve Hartman visits the dilapidated McLeod West High School as their underdog and severly under-funded football team aims for a big win.

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London, Tokyo Lose Big

This week, UK stocks lost more than 1/5 of their value while France and Germany weren't far behind. In Asia, Tokyo suffered its worst fall in two decades. Barry Petersen and Richard Roth report.

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Voter Fraud Raises Concern

A group that focuses on registering minority voters is under investigation for possible voter fraud. The allegations are raising concerns about the election's fairness. Armen Keteyian reports.

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McCain Links Obama To Ayers

In a new ad, John McCain continues to hammer Barack Obama on his association with Bill Ayers, a 1960s radical. Bob Schieffer talks with Maggie Rodriguez about the McCain camp's new tone.

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Wall Street's Weeklong Wipeout

As the Dow continues its downward spiral the Treasury Dept. is considering taking ownership stakes in several major U.S. banks to thaw out the credit freeze. Anthony Mason reports.

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Long road' ahead to resolve Georgia-Russia crisis- Kouchner

French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said Friday Russia had fulfilled its obligation to withdraw from buffer zones around Georgia's rebel regions, as planned by the EU-brokered ceasefire, adding that "a long road" still laid ahead.

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Report- Palin Abused Power

An investigation into the "Troopergate" scandal has determined that GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin abused her power in the firing of a state trooper. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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