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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Hugo Chavez Spreads the Loot

Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady reports on the Venezuelan dictator and a briefcase full of cash.

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Tina Brown and Her Reinvention

Tina Brown talks with Kelsey Hubbard about how she has survived and thrived through the ups and downs of her career and the importance of women friendships and how she's managed to keep "beating" the boys at their own game. (Nov. 7)

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Madeleine Albright on Women and Leadership

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright speaks with Kelsey Hubbard about her path to the White House and the current state of women leaders. (Nov. 9)

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84-Year-Old Senator Hangs On

Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens is still trying to hang on to Senate seat as votes continue to be tallied. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Sunni And Shia Need Teamwork

The Sunni Awakening has helped bring calm to Iraq, but as the volunteer group becomes part of the mainly Shia government, some leaders worry that the peace will collapse. Randall Joyce has more.

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Paloma Strikes Cuba

One million Cubans in central and eastern Cuba prepare for Hurricane Paloma to hit. Portia Siegelbaum reports from Havana

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Taking The Plunge

20 Polar Bear "super plungers" stayed up all night, going in and out of the water, to raise money for the Special Olympics. KCCI's Keri Gavin has more.

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Bush Makes Last Minute Changes

President Bush is making changes like easing regulations for industry in his last days. The White House says it's push to easy industry regulations is unfinished business, but others see it as controversial. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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A True Veterans Day

To honor Veteran's Day correspondent Seth Doane is in Las Vegas, where one of the richest men in the world is on a mission to make our troops a priority again.

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Face The Nation, 11.9.08

Bob Schieffer speaks with President-elect Barack Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel about his administration's next moves, and David Brooks and John Harris discuss Obama's strategy.

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Helping A Stranger

A Chicago entrepreneur has gone out of his way to help a perfect stranger get off the street and back on the right track. Cynthia Bowers has more.

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Mortgage Crisis Continues

With the failure of two more financial institutions, successful small-time banks are weathering the mortgage storm by staying conservative. Michelle Miller reports.

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Bad Economy Makes Travel Cheaper

The economic crisis has at least one bright spot, as the dollar is strengthening in Europe. Sheila MacVicar has more on how this helps American tourists.

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Eye To Eye- Obama's Goals

As president-elect, Barack Obama came before the press careful not to overstep his boundaries but, at the same time, appear in control. Katie Couric talks with Bob Schieffer and Anthony Mason.

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Backstage On Election Night

Election night was a historic evening for America - and for Barack Obama. Backstage pictures show the president-elect as the returns came in.

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Demand high for Pakistan's 'rat people'

Pakistan�s worsening economy is forcing many children onto the streets and into the hands of begging mafias. The gangs are prepared to pay especially high prices for youngsters with a genetic disability, who are considered by locals to be sacred.

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Rio's dump site- a threat to the environment

Rio's biggest landfill site is threatened with closure because of environmental problems. Some 4,000 people's livelihood depends on the waste management site.

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Quintessential France- The 2CV turns 60

The Citroen 2CV might be 60 this year, but the French automotive icon is enjoying a second lease of life: tourists can hire them to tour the French capital, an exhibition has opened up, and dozens of 2 CV clubs are active across the country.

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Tanzania's real-life Garden of Eden

The Ngorongoro Crater in northern Tanzania is often described as the "8th wonder of the world", presenting a microcosm of east African wildlife and a unique eco-system.

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Bad Economy Makes Travel Cheaper

The economic crisis has at least one bright spot, as the dollar is strengthening in Europe. Sheila MacVicar has more on how this helps American tourists.

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Auto Industry Won't Go Down

Washington knows the significance of keeping the auto industry above water, but the increasing number of layoffs does not bode well for the future. Priya David has more.

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Helping A Stranger

A Chicago entrepreneur has gone out of his way to help a perfect stranger get off the street and back on the right track. Cynthia Bowers has more.

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84-Year-Old Senator Hangs On

Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens is still trying to hang on to Senate seat as votes continue to be tallied. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Sunni And Shia Need Teamwork

The Sunni Awakening has helped bring calm to Iraq, but as the volunteer group becomes part of the mainly Shia government, some leaders worry that the peace will collapse. Randall Joyce has more.

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Bush Makes Last Minute Changes

President Bush is making changes like easing regulations for industry in his last days. The White House says it's push to easy industry regulations is unfinished business, but others see it as controversial. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Mortgage Crisis Continues

With the failure of two more financial institutions, successful small-time banks are weathering the mortgage storm by staying conservative. Michelle Miller reports.

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