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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Palin costume

How to create a Sarah Palin costume for Halloween.

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Japan's Banks- A Tasty Opportunity

Barron's Leslie Norton discusses how Japanese banks after years of woe are hunting for growth around the world. (Oct. 20)

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Decision- Ohio - The city

(Boston Globe) Over-the-Rhine is one of the best-known black neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Ohio, and its residents expressed strong support for Barack Obama. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.

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Decision- Ohio - The city

(Boston Globe) Over-the-Rhine is one of the best-known black neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Ohio, and its residents expressed strong support for Barack Obama. By Dina Rudick/Globe Staff.

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Last Minute Costume Ideas

Pilar Guzman, editor of Cookie magazine, waves her magic wand to show parents how to create some easy, affordable and quick guises kids will love for trick or treating this year.

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The Mobile Mammogram Screening

Harry Smith speaks with a representative from Project Renewal, an organization which has designed a "ScanVan" RV featuring a mammography room for breast cancer screenings on the go.

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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. 18)

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Healthy Vision Secrets

Many may be apprehensive to receive an eye examination, but a yearly screening is highly recommended by health officials. Dr. Mallika Marshall reveals some tips for maintaining strong vision.

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Under The Radar, 10.18.08

Too busy to search for wacky news stories? "The Saturday Early Show" team showcases some of the weirdest stories from this past week, including the world's largest sandwich.

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Gas, Oil Prices Plummet

Gas and oil prices have decreased in the U.S. over the course of the last several months, leaving many to wonder how this will benefit consumers. Oil analyst Ben Brockwell has the answer.

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Iraqis Rally Against U.S. Pact

CBS News RAW: Thousands of Iraqi demonstrators gathered throughout Sadr City in order to protest a proposed U.S.-Iraq pact which would keep American military forces in this region until 2011.

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Obama, McCain Vie For N.C.

The campaign race has tightened between John McCain and Barack Obama in North Carolina, a typically Republican state. Jeff Greenfield reports from Raleigh.

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Titanic Survivor Sinks In Debt

Millvina McLean is the last living survivor of the Titanic and, at 96 years old, she has been forced to auction off her valuable Titanic souvenirs to pay for her nursing home. Mark Phillips reports.

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Preschoolers Debate McCain, Obama

The entire world is debating the current U.S. presidential campaign, but a debate between a 4-year-old and a 2-year-old? KCCI's Eric Hanson has more.

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State Sen. vs. Elizabeth Dole

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with North Carolina State Sen. Kay Hagan (D) about her decision to run for a U.S. Senate position against incumbent Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-N.C.).

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McCain Aims For The South

GOP presidential candidate John McCain has concentrated his campaign on Florida and several other Southern states. But, as Chip Reid reports, Barack Obama has made strong gains in this region.

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Eye On Key Battleground States

Katie Couric speaks with "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer about the close race between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama in several battleground states.

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Can Elizabeth Dole Win Again?

Wife of a former presidential hopeful, Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R-N.C.) is in danger of losing her seat to an up and coming local politician. Katie Couric examines the stakes in the Tar Heel State.

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Advice From Warren Buffett

Katie Couric reports on new signs of an economic downturn and the expert advice of billionaire investor Warren Buffett.

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Las Vegas 6-Year-Old Kidnapped

U.S. authorities believe that a Mexican drug cartel has kidnapped a 6-year-old American boy from his family's Las Vegas home in retribution for his grandfather's debts. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Florida's Critical Voters

Florida is a critical swing state this election year and, as Kelly Cobiella reports, a very diverse area known as the I-4 corridor may ultimately decide who Florida chooses.

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