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Sunday, December 14, 2008

Transition Edition (Dec. 15)

John Harwood and Tamryn Hall discuss Caroline Kennedy's bid for a Senate seat, the scandal surrounding the governor of Illinois and President Bush's trip to Iraq with New York Times reporters.

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Obama Introduces Energy Team

Carol M. Browner was named to the new position of White House coordinator for energy and environment. Barack Obama also said that he was nominating Steven Chu as Energy secretary.

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Op-Ed- Physician, Say You're Sorry

Why does the medical establishment find it so hard to apologize for mistakes in care?

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Daily Baggage

12.15.08. David Carr, the Carpetbagger, gives his own daily take on awards season news.

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Peruvian Drug Wars

Mary Anastasia O'Grady talks to Kelsey Hubbard about the collateral damage caused by the CIA's fight against drug trafficking.

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Iraqi Hurls Shoes at President Bush

Watch George W. Bush duck as an Iraqi throws two shoes at the U.S. President. Bush was in Iraq on an unnanounced visit. Video from Fox News. (Dec. 14)

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Gerard and Peter

Gerard Cattie Jr. and Peter Watt speak of their first meeting at a Bridgehampton, N.Y., restaurant on Memorial Day 2005, when Mr. Cattie's attempted flirtation with Mr. Watt went poorly.

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Auto Industry Bailout Battle

Bob Schieffer spoke to Sen. Carl Levin, Sen. Sherrod Brown and Sen. Bob Corker about whether or not the White House should take action to bailout the American Auto Industry.

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Pushing Blagojevich To Resign

Ill. Attorney General Lisa Madigan spoke to Bob Schieffer about her case against Gov. Rod Blagojevich's attempt to sell Barack Obama's vacant Senate seat.

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Chairman Of The Board

Rep. Barney Frank (D.-Mass.), whose position as House Financial Services Committee Chairman puts him right in the middle of the controversial government bailouts, talks to Lesley Stahl.

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Bush's Unwelcomed Surprise

President Bush defended his decision to invade Iraq at a press conference in Baghdad in what is most likely his last trip to Iraq. Sheila MacVicar has more on how the event took a bizarre turn.

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Ice Storm Unplugs New England

It will be a long and cold weekend for more than one million New England homes waiting for power to be restored following an ice storm, reports Kelly Wallace.

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Yuletide Labor Of Love

The residents of Boys Republic, a group that's been working with troubled kids for more than 100 years, are helping one Calif. workshop make Christmas wreaths this holiday season. Rita Braver reports.

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Winter Arrives Early

With ice in the Northeast, a blizzard in the Midwest and snow along the West Coast, winter has come early to much of the U.S. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Wall Street Blows Off Steam

For many on Wall Street, the stress and uncertainty of each trading day has hit an all-time high. Alexis Christoforous reports on some who are finding creative outlets for their negative energy.

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Man Throws Shoes At Bush

CBS News RAW: At a press conference in Baghdad with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, President Bush got a reminder of the fervent opposition to his policies when a man threw two shoes at his head.

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A Jewish and Muslim solidarity march

Jews and Muslims joined hands in Paris on Sunday, marching together to protest the desecration of Jewish and Muslim tombs in the military cemetery of Notre-Dame-de Lorette in Arras, France. A little over 600 tombs were vandalized on the night of December 7th.

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OPEC members to meet to discuss oil price slump

From 147 dollars in July to just 40 dollars today. The collapse in oil prices will be top of the agenda as the 13-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meet in Oran, Algeria on 17th December. The cartel is widely expected to cut production in an effort to bolster prices.

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The New Age Of Bartering

An ancient practice has just received a reboot, as many small business owners have turned to bartering with others in the face of a continuing economic crisis. Jeff Glor reports.

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Teachers Sell Ads For Supplies

Many school districts nationwide face massive budget deficits. As John Blackstone reports, some teachers are printing advertisements on test papers in order to raise funds for classroom supplies.

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Ice Storm From N.Y.To Maine

Although the winter season has not yet officially begun, a severe ice storm has already hit many states in the Northeast. As WBZ's Peg Rusconi reports, millions of homes have lost power.

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