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Sunday, December 7, 2008

Luxury Brands Face Slowing Economies

Reporter Nelson Schwartz looks at the Luxury Goods sector as slowing global economies pinches consumer spending.

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Canada's Prime Minister Under Fire

Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady speaks with James Freeman. (Dec. 8)

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A New Spirit in Turkmenistan

Since the 2006 death of the egomaniacal dictator known as Turkmenbashi, residents of Turkmenistan are adjusting to a new regime.(Dec. 7)

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Obama picks Shinseki to head VA

President-elect Obama named retired Army Gen. Eric K. Shinseki as his nominee to head the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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The Future of Electric Vehicles

Joseph White talks with Brian Wynne, president of the Electric Drive Transportation Association, about government support, research and development and the cost of driving electric vehicles. (Dec. 7)

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Gregory announced as MTP moderator

Tom Brokaw announces David Gregory will be the new moderator of Meet the Press

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Obama and Brokaw on Russert

Obama says Brokaw has done a great job on Meet the Press

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Obama wants kids in White House

Obama says he hopes to bring school groups to the White House

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Obama won't smoke in White House

President-elect Obama said on Meet the Press that you won't see him smoking in the White House...

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Obama won't smoke in White House

President-elect Obama said on Meet the Press that you won't see him smoking in the White House...

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Amy Levine & George Davies

Amy Levine and George Davies recall the Friday night they met at the lobby bar at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in January 2006.

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Minn. Election Still In Limbo

Over a month since the election, CBS News' Jeff Glor examines the still undecided outcome of the campaign race between Minnesota GOP incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman and Democratic opponent Al Franken.

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New Home Buyer Incentives

As the economic crisis intensifies, the U.S. Treasury Department is attempting to stabilize the mortgage industry by lowering interest rates for new home loans. Michelle Miller reports from New York.

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Tune Into 'Cadillac Records'

Only On The Web: Cedric The Entertainer, Columbus Short, Gabrielle Union, Eamonn Walker and director Darnell Martin speak about "Cadillac Records," which costars Beyonce Knowles and Adrien Brody.

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The Foreclosure 'SWAT' Team

As more and more Americans will lose their homes during this economic crisis, a new industry has emerged consisting of individuals who clean up a house after a foreclosure. Sandra Hughes reports.

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India, Pakistan Tensions Rise

Pakistani officials claim that India's Foreign Minister called and threatened retaliation during the Mumbai attacks. But, as Richard Roth reports, the Indian Government says that this is a hoax.

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Senator Caroline Kennedy?

As Sen. Hillary Clinton is expected to be confirmed as the next U.S. Secretary of State, political insiders have suggested that Caroline Kennedy could replace her in the Senate. Priya David reports.

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Inside Blackwater Indictments

Five guards from the U.S. security firm Blackwater have been charged with the murders of 17 individuals in Iraq. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer provides details concerning this case.

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Congress, Big 3 Settle Bailout

Congressional Democrats and the Bush Administration are working together in order to finalize a rescue multi-billion dollar taxpayer bailout for Detroit?s auto industry. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Face The Nation, 12.07.08

Bob Schieffer talks with Sen. Chris Dodd and Sen. Jeff Sessions about an auto industry bailout, The New York Times' Thomas Friedman discusses a Big 3 revival, and how happiness is contagious.

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Greek rioters torch shops and banks after teens death

Thousands of protestors battled police in central Athens on Sunday, leaving three officers in hospital, after a police officer shot dead a local teenager the day before. Andreas Grigoropoulos, 15, was shot by a police officer who opened fire after youths threw objects at his car. Images.

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Women drivers are back

With security in the Iraqi capital slightly improving this year, Iraqi women are rediscovering the pleasures of driving a car, ready to take to the busy roads of Baghdad and their hords of male motorists.

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Demarchelier- Photographer of the stars

He photographed all the top stars and models in the 90s and was even the official photographer for Diana, Princess of Wales. A meeting with Patrick Demarchelier whose works are on show in Paris.

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France's Sarkozy meets Dalai Lama

In a move which has China fuming, French President Nicolas Sarkozy met with Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Saturday at a gathering of Nobel Peace Prize laureates in Gdansk, Poland.

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