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Monday, November 3, 2008

The Grassroots Effort in Florida

The political reporter Jodi Kantor describes how supporters of both candidates drove an intense ground game in the battleground state of Florida.

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Senate Races to Watch Part II

Top Senate races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Senate Races to Watch Part III

Top Senate races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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House Races to Watch Part I

Top House races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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House Races to Watch Part II

Top House races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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House Races to Watch Part III

Top House races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Senate Races to Watch Part I

Top Senate races to watch on Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Roger Simon on Candidates Election Day

Roger Simon talks about what Election Day is like for the candidates themselves.

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Matthews on Politico

Chris Matthews praises Politico on Hardball...

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Obama on the loss of his grandmother

Senator Obama talks about the recent death of his grandmother

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Getting Out the Vote

In 2004, the Republican campaign was able to spur voters to the polls which helped lead them to presidential victory. WSJ's Laura Meckler analyzes this year's campaigns to see how their Get Out the Vote operations are going. (Nov. 3)

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Betting On the U.S. Election

With the U.S. presidential election drawing to a close, who are the rest of the world betting on to win? Election pools are thriving around the world. Courtesy Reuters (Nov. 3)

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Obama and Coal

Editorial-page writer Joe Rago on the meaning of Obama's "bankrupt" comment. (Nov. 3)

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Pillsbury's 'Home Is Calling' Ad

Amid wide-spread economic woes, marketers are ratcheting up images of family and the warmth and safety of home. See an example, in Pillsbury's new Crescent Roll ad. Video courtesy of General Mills. (Nov. 3)

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Election Results and World Financial Markets

Kate Schapiro, Sentinel International Equity Fund's portfolio manager, analyzes the impact that Tuesday's election results could have for overseas financial markets. Interview with MarketWatch's Stacey Delo. (Nov. 3)

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Stocks Outlook for November

Barron's Mike Santoli gives his market outlook for November. (Nov. 3)

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Electing Stephen Colbert for President of the Marvel Universe

What does it take to be the president in the world of the Hulk and Spider-Man? WSJ's Lam Thuy Vo spoke with Marvel editor Joe Quesada to find out. (Nov. 3)

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300 Bouts, 256 Losses, One Last Fight

With a record of 256 losses in 299 bouts, Peter Buckley may have lost more times than he won, but on Friday Buckley stepped into the ring for the last time. And won. Buckley talks about his retiring from boxing. (Nov. 3)

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Monday's Hot Stocks- Telecom

U.S. telecommunications stocks like AT&T, Verizon Communications and Sprint Nextel see strong gains in Monday's session. Sprint's high-speed joint venture with Clearwire is soon expected to get regulatory approval. MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher reports. (Nov. 3)

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Iraqi Minister Hurt in Blast

Iraq's deputy oil minister has been wounded in a bomb attack close to his home in Baghdad. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 3)

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Obama vs McCain On Economics

Barack Obama and John McCain both support short-term proposals to help the economy but it is their longer-term ideas voters should consider, according to Leo Tilman, President of L.M. Tilman & Co. (Nov. 3)

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Oldest Hebrew Text Unearthed

Archaeologists uncover a pottery shard that is hailed as the holder of the world's oldest example of Hebrew text. Its discovery could have a controversial side. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 3)

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Stocks Today- Tough Choices This Week

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that investors are faced with the difficult choice of embracing two very different strategies. (Nov. 3).

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Morning Roundup 11/3/08

One Day to Go

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The Long-Term Difference

Barack Obama and John McCain both support short-term proposals to help the economy but it is their longer-term ideas voters should consider, according to Leo Tillman, President of L.M. Tilman & Co. (Nov. 3)

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A Heady Brew

Barron's Clare McKeen says Molson Coors has a solid earnings story, featuring savings from a joint venture and the rising popularity of its flagship beer. (Nov. 3)

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A Sunnier Season

Barron's Clare McKeen says that even after a ghastly October, money managers are upbeat about stocks. Why credit will start flowing again. (Nov. 3)

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Kotecki- 11/03/08

One more day until the election, Obama�s aunt runs afoul of immigration authorities, Palin hits Obama on coal, Republicans use Hillary to make their pitch.

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Kotecki- 11/03/08

One more day until the election, Obama's aunt runs afoul of immigration authorities, Palin hits Obama on coal, Republicans use Hillary to make their pitch.

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Obama- The Musical'

They may be a long way from Broadway, but a Nairobi theater troupe is hoping to hit the big time, with a show about Kenya's biggest superstar. WSJ's Sarah Childress reports. (Nov. 3)

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Proposition 8 Sides Make Final Pitches

In California, those for and against Proposition 8 make their final pitches. The ballot measure would overturn the California Supreme Court's decision earlier this year to legalize same-sex marriage. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 3)

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Candidates Make Final Push Before Election

With less than 24 hours until Election Day, Sen. John McCain attempts to hold down what used to be solid Republican states, the same states Sen. Obama is targeting in these final hours. (Nov. 3)

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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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Aid Worker Kidnapped in Afghanistan

A foreign aid worker is kidnapped in Kabul, Afghanistan. The man, a French national, was seized by gunmen who shot dead an Afghan intelligence agency driver who tried to intervene. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 3)

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China Mudslides Kill 22, Dozens Missing

Heavy rain triggers floods and mudslides in southwest China's Yunnan and Guangxi provinces. More than 20 people are dead and dozens more are missing. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 3)

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Campbell Brown Shines

CNN's Campbell Brown is a voice of reason on cable-television news. Jon Friedman hopes she stays that way. (Nov. 3)

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Early Postcard- Alliance, Ohio

Bev Green is a farmer's daughter who hopes politics isn't discussed at Thanksgiving.

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Keeping The Momentum

With only two days before the election, Barack Obama is hoping to keep the momentum going by focusing on the issues and playing it safe. Dean Reynolds has more.

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The Lighter Side Of Politics

Political cartoons can heavily impact a candidate's campaign. What goes into creating some of the iconic images of these politicians? Mark Strassmann reports.

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The Electoral Map To Victory

One of the candidates will have to amass 270 electoral votes before winning the election. Jeff Greenfield shows various ways in which they can.

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Obama's Global Appeal

For many around the world, Barack Obama represents a change not only for the U.S., but for the world. Mark Phillips reports on the candidate's global popularity.

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Fight To The Finish

John McCain is still confident that he will be victorious on Nov. 4th and is making stops in critical swing states like Ohio and Pa. Chip Reid is with the campaign.

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Auto Industry In Turmoil

The auto industry has been hit hard by the struggling economy, but critics say the industry has been slow in adjusting to the changes and is partly to blame. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Vets Take Over Capitol Hill

Although the war in Iraq may have lost the spotlight to the economy as the top election issue, for two dozen veterans running for Congress, it remains front and center. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Obama On His Aunt

Katie Couric speaks with Barack Obama about reports that his Aunt from Kenya is living in the U.S. illegally.

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HealthWatch

More of the programs teens are tuning into include sexual content and that's affecting how they think and act about sex. Jennifer London reports.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 11-03-08

John McCain jokes it's 'his turn' for the White House, Sarah Palin gets radio pranked by Canadians, and Barack Obama leads John McCain 13 points in latest national CBS News poll. Ramy Inocencio has your ringside recap to the 2008 White House fight.

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Notebook- Election

The presidential race is coming to a close and Katie Couric is ready to say "hasta la vista" to campaign '08. But before saying goodbye, she takes a look back.

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Cell Phone Artist At Work

Artist Brett Rogers has created more than 60 images on his cell phone by using a drawing pad application. Rogers tells KCCI's Steve Karlin that it is a great way for artists to practice but no one knows about it.

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Obama On The Bradley Effect

Katie Couric asks Barack Obama about his thoughts on The Bradley Effect, a theory that explains discrepancies between opinion polls and election outcomes for candidates of two different races.

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French aid worker kidnapped in Kabul

Gunmen abducted a French aid worker in the Afghan capital Monday and shot dead an Afghan man who tried to rescue him, the Kabul government said, in the latest of a series of attacks on foreigners. The abducted man, identified by his Paris-based organisation as 32-year-old Dany Egreteau, an education specialist who had arrived in Afghanistan on a visit a week ago, was kidnapped as he was going to a work meeting.

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How To Get Election 411

CNET's Natalie Del Conte explains to Harry Smith the coolest websites for keeping up with this years' election results.

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Florida's Retiree Voters

Many Fla. voters who voted for George Bush have decided to vote for Barack Obama, reports Kelly Cobiella, but plenty of retirees prefer John McCain.

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Five Voting Dos & Don'ts

AARP's Mark Kitchens shares common sense tips with Maggie Rodriguez so your voting experience will go more smoothly.

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Ex-Pats in England Vote

Britain is home to America's largest ex-patriot community, with 350,000 Americans. As Charlie D'Agata reports, Americans abroad are just as eager to vote as those in the states.

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Look Who's Talking

Dave Price asks some kids in Virginia what they think about some of this year's election issues.

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World Watches U.S. Election

Americans aren't the only ones counting the hours to the presidential election. Television stations around the globe are covering the U.S. election as if it were their own. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Could the �Bradley effect� be Barack�s downfall?

Should Barack Obama be worried about the 'Bradley effect', named after the black Los Angeles mayor who was the favorite for governor of California in the 80s and yet lost? Many blamed underlying racist attitudes for the turn-around.

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Laughs On The Campaign Trail

Maggie Rodriguez takes a look back at the funnier moments from the presidential campaign trail, from Sen. Barack Obama's dancing to Sen. John McCain's political jokes.

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Preview- Couric With Obama

Exclusive: A preview of Katie Couric's interview with Sen. Barack Obama. He tells her about his anger at the media for targeting his wife.

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Congolese rebel leader dances in front of rebels and AFPTV

Congolese rebel leader Laurent Nkunda danced in front of rebels and AFPTV after declaring on Thursday that UN forces cannot prevent him from seizing Goma.

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Volunteers fight last minute battle for Virginia

The state of Virginia hasn't voted for a Democratic president since 1964 but this time may be different. Over the final campaigning weekend and as John McCain addressed a rally in the area, Obama volunteers hit the streets.

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Final Campaign Day

Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama will hit ten states between the two of them in their final day on the campaign trail, reports Jeff Glor.

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The Final Sprint

In the day before the election, Sen. John McCain leads energized rallies and Sen. Barack Obama has a little help from his friends. Jeff Glor reports.

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Battleground Electoral Map

The New Republic's Michael Crowley showed Harry Smith which battleground states the candidates must win and where state polls stand.

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Sarah Palin Pranksters Speak

Canadian DJs prank called Gov. Sarah Palin posing as French President Nicholas Sarkozy. The duo tell Harry Smith why they did it.

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Electoral Map Twister

CBS News Analysts Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett demonstrated to Maggie Rodriguez on the electoral map each candidate's potential paths to victory on Election Day.

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Why McCain? Why Obama?

Caroline Kennedy and Mitt Romney stump for candidates Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Rebel chief Nkunda warns DR Congo government

In an exclusive TV interview with AFPTV, Democratic Republic of Congo rebel chief Laurent Nkunda has threatened to drive the government from power unless it holds direct talks on his demands. But the government of President Joseph Kabila moved quickly Monday to reject the demand of the renegade general whose forces have beaten the army out of several towns in the east of the Central African country, extending a decade of conflict which has seen more than three million people killed. Dressed in green beret and military fatigues, Nkunda accused the international community of failing ethnic Tutsis at his jungle base on Sunday. Images and soundbites.

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Early Postcard- Decatur, Indiana

Amy Myers is a recently unemployed RV plant worker learning a new trade.

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Early Postcard- Colorado Springs, Colo.

Jan Martin is a city councilwoman whose vote could come with significant personal costs.

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Early Postcard- Wilmington, N.C.

Reggie Drummond is a caregiver who may literally flip a coin before voting.

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Englishman Hamilton youngest Formula One champion ever

English driver Lewis Hamilton became the youngest champion in Formula One history and the sport's first black champion after a nerve jangling finish in Brazil, beating local hero Felipe Massa of Ferrari by one point over the season.

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World's tallest man has become a father

The world's tallest man, Bao Xishun, has recently become the world's tallest father, but his normal-size son could have trouble filling his Dad's big shoes.

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