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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Argentina Legalizes Plunder

Buenos Aires as an example of "sharing the wealth." (Nov. 3)

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Toyota Expands in India

Toyota has opened a new school in India, where it will prepare young Indians to become the next factory workers. (Nov. 2)

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In Your Wallet- Charles Barkley

Ever wondered what's in Charles Barkley's wallet? Besides the regular fare of cash and credit cards, we discovered that the former NBA player carries around something insightful. (Nov. 2)

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MN Gun Owners

MN Gun Owners supporting McCain-Palin.

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Portrait of a Maverick

A portrait of the Republican candidate for US president, John McCain.

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Face The Nation, 11.2.08

Bob Schieffer talks with political figures about the presidential race in the battleground states, the candidates' final strategies, and journalistic objectivity in an election.

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The Flat Belly Diet

A recent survey found that many Americans feel that their problem area is their stomach, but now there's good news. Chris Wragge talks to Liz Vaccariello of Prevention Magazine "The Flat Belly Diet."

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Election Day Eats

After doing your patriotic duty to vote on November 4, who wouldn't be hungry? Food & Wine Magazine's Gail Simmons shows Chris Wragge some tasty ways to celebrate democracy.

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Attack Of The Campaign Ads

Many voters have complained that the Campaign '08 attack advertisements have turned far too negative, although analysts suggest that they prove to be the most effective. Priya David reports.

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Money Trouble Across The Pond

With the global community feeling the strain of an ailing economy, European nations are proving to be more vulnerable than previously imagined. Mark Phillips reports.

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New Pro-Life Approach In Colo.

A controversial amendment on Colorado's ballot defines a person as a fertilized egg, putting certain birth controls, in vitro fertilization and ectopic pregnancy procedures at risk. Jeff Glor reports.

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The Pope Goes Green

The Vatican is trying to be the first state in Europe to produce 20 percent of its energy using renewable resources in the next 12 years. Alan Pizzey has more.

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Oregon Senator Runs From GOP

With the current political climate unfriendly toward the GOP, Oregon's Republican Sen. Gordon Smith is running from his party as he seeks reelection. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Obama Sprints To Finish Line

In the final days leading up to what promises to be a historic election, Barack Obama dashed across the country, reaching out to undecided voters and supports. Dean Reynolds reports.

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McCain Fights For Virginia

John McCain was campaigning hard Saturday in Virginia, a state that has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1964. Chip Reid has more.

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Wave Of Foreclosures Wash Over

3.4 million homes are forecast to be foreclosed by 2011 and government programs have done little to stop the foreclosure freefall. Ben Tracy has more.

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Under the Radar, 11.01.08

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill take a look at a MoveOn.Org ad that depicts what could happen if you don't vote. This and other wacky headlines that fell Under The Radar.

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Bill O'Reilly- The Good, The Bad

Early Show anchor Harry Smith talks with Bill O'Reilly about politics, power, and what it's like to be one of the most loved (and hated) people on TV.

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Fall Back In Style

After you enjoy an extra hour of sleep tonight, wake up in style. CNET's Natalie Del Conte shows Chris Wragge some gadgets designed to make sure you get up in the morning.

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Where Is The Youth Vote?

Erica Hill talks with Scoop08.com Editor-in-Chief Alexander Heffner about the youth vote and how much of it will go to Barack Obama.

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