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  • 12.31.08
    12.31.08
    Episode 12.31.08
    12/31/08
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    Wednesday: Retail sales plummet for the year; the battle continues for Barack Obama's Senate seat; Israel's attacks continue in Gaza; plus, a look back at some of the most memorable moments of 2008.
  • 12.30.08
    12.30.08
    Episode 12.30.08
    12/30/08
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    Tuesday: Gov. Blagojevich makes a surprising announcement; the fourth day of Israeli air strikes in Gaza; the housing market continues to crumble; plus, the victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
  • 12.28.08
    12.28.08
    Episode 12.28.08
    12/28/08
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    "Chip Reid speaks with President-elect Barack Obama\'s White House Senior Advisor David, Ill. Lieutenant Gov. Pat Quinn and Nobel Laureate in Economics Paul Krugman.
  • 12.26.08
    12.26.08
    Episode 12.26.08
    12/26/08
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    Friday: New details in the Santa shooting massacre; retailers post enormous sales in the hopes of luring shoppers; plus, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 12.25.08
    12.25.08
    Episode 12.25.08
    12/25/08
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    Thursday: Christians celebrate Christmas throughout the world; a shocking Santa killing spree; plus, a group aims to combat the stigmas of stuttering.
  • 12.23.08
    12.23.08
    Episode 12.23.08
    12/23/08
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    Tuesday: An internal review clears President-elect Barack Obama's staff in the Blagojevich scandal; more Americans turn to food stamps this holiday season; plus, a new hope for train transit in Iraq.
  • 12.21.08
    12.21.08
    Episode 12.21.08
    12/21/08
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    "Bob Schieffer spoke with a panel of political figures about Caroline Kennedy\'s Senate chances and what she can bring to New York, and Bob Schieffer\'s toothy rhyme.
  • 12.19.08
    12.19.08
    Episode 12.19.08
    12/19/08
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    Friday: President Bush hands over a $17 billion bailout to Detroit’s auto industry. Also, Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich proclaims his innocence. And, Steve Hartman meets a very generous secret Santa.
  • 12.18.08
    12.18.08
    Episode 12.18.08
    12/18/08
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    Thursday: Credit cards have changed their interest rates, nursing home myths debusted, plus, a young girl fights cancer successfully.
  • 12.16.08
    12.16.08
    Episode 12.16.08
    12/16/08
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    Tuesday: The Fed slashes its interest rate to a record low. Plus, inside the Mexican Drug War; a CBS News exclusive. And, Hollywood manages to create movie magic in spite of a recession.
  • 12.14.08
    12.14.08
    Episode 12.14.08
    12/14/08
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    "Bob Schieffer speaks with Ill. Attorney General Lisa Madigan about Gov. Rod Blagojevich; Senators debate the auto bailout; Blagojevich\'s effect on Barack Obama and the President-elect\'s priority.
  • 12.12.08
    12.12.08
    Episode 12.12.08
    12/12/08
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    Friday: Auto executives were back on Capitol Hill seeking $34 billion in bailout money; Why GM is trying to sell its once-promising Saturn brand; and the perils of looking for a doctor online.
  • 12.11.08
    12.11.08
    Episode 12.11.08
    12/11/08
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    Thursday: Obama insists his staff was not involved in the Illinois governor scandal; important news about asthma drugs; and the first woman to compete in the Super Bowl of bass fishing.
  • 12.10.08
    12.10.08
    Episode 12.10.08
    12/10/08
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    Wednesday: President-elect Obama says the Illinois governor should resign; the auto bailout deal hits a road block; and in the heart of America, the heartbreaking struggle to find work.
  • 12.09.08
    12.09.08
    Episode 12.09.08
    12/9/08
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    Tuesday: The governor of Illinois arrested in a "corruption crime spree." A CBS News exclusive: children making and setting off bombs. And do supplements really prevent disease?
  • 12.08.08
    12.08.08
    Episode 12.08.08
    12/8/08
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    Monday: Congressional leaders submit a short-term bailout plan for automakers; laid off workers ask for their own bailout; and in this economy, can a high-priced coffee experience survive?
  • 12.04.08
    12.04.08
    Episode 12.04.08
    12/4/08
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    Thursday: Auto executives were back on Capitol Hill seeking $34 billion in bailout money; Why GM is trying to sell its once-promising Saturn brand; and the perils of looking for a doctor online.
  • 12.03.08
    12.03.08
    Episode 12.03.08
    12/3/08
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    Wednesday: An auto bailout may come from the union; the nation's colleges get an F in affordability; and why getting medical advice online could be hazardous to your health.
  • 12.01.08
    12.01.08
    Episode 12.01.08
    12/1/08
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    Monday: Most of last week's Wall Street gains were wiped out today. Obama unveils his national security team. And two Americans tell a harrowing tale of how they survived the Mumbai massacre.
  • 11.26.08
    11.26.08
    Episode 11.26.08
    11/26/08
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    Terrorists stage a massacre in India's largest city. The holidays are here, but the skies are less crowded. And, "on The Road ... Again."
  • 11.24.08
    11.24.08
    Episode 11.24.08
    11/24/08
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    Monday: Barack Obama introduces his economic team, and puts them right to work. And, if commodity prices are down, why are you still paying so much for food?
  • 11.23.08
    11.23.08
    Episode 11.23.08
    11/23/08
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    "Bob Schieffer speaks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and economist Austan Goolsbee about the current state of the economy and what measures need to be taken to stabilize the market.
  • 11.21.08
    11.21.08
    Episode 11.21.08
    11/21/08
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    Team Obama takes shape as reports surface on his Treasury pick and word that Clinton will accept secretary of state. And, the social skills of Generation Y.
  • 11.20.08
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    11/20/08
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    Thursday: Wall St. skids after Congress tells automakers no bailout without a better plan. A big legal setback for the president's war on terror. And, "On The Road ... Again."
  • 11.18.08
    Episode 20081118
    11/18/08
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    Tuesday: The Big Three automakers plead for billions to turn their companies around. Paulson testifies before Congress. Why it's getting tougher to get a loan. And, a crime wave on the high seas.
  • 11.17.08
    Episode 20081117
    11/17/08
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    Monday: The auto industry calls for emergency assistance. Will Congress respond? And, Barack Obama and John McCain pledge to work together.
  • 11.14.08
    Episode 20081114
    11/14/08
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    Friday: Firefighters pushed to the limit as over 100 California homes burn to the ground. A record plunge in retail sales. And, Assignment America.
  • 11.13.08
    Episode 20081113
    11/13/08
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    Thursday: Foreclosures and layoffs skyrocket as Congress says banks just don't get it. And, the Republican party looks for new leaders.
  • 11.12.08
    Episode 20081112
    11/12/08
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    Wednesday: The government shifts the focus of the bailout plan. Mexico's drug wars move to American soil. And, Charles Kuralt revisited.
  • 11.11.08
    Episode 20081111
    11/11/08
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    Tuesday: Hundreds of thousands of homeowners get to renegotiate their mortgages. And, an exclusive on Afghanistan's youngest suicide bombers.
  • 11.10.08
    Episode 20081110
    11/10/08
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    Monday: The president-elect vists the White House; AIG needs another bailout; The benefits of a "cash only" diet; And, a new breakthrough for heart attack prevention.
  • 11.06.08
    Episode 11.06.08
    11/6/08
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    Thursday: President-elect Obama begins his transition to the White House; Retail sales plummet; Scientists make a potential cancer breakthrough; And a look at small business struggles.
  • 11.04.08
    Episode 11.04.08
    11/4/08
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    Tuesday: Katie Couric anchors special Election Night coverage as candidates Barack Obama and rival John McCain face off for the U.S. presidency.
  • 11.03.08
    Episode 11.03.08
    11/3/08
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    Monday: One-on-one with Barack Obama. Can "Sex in the City" prompt more teens to have sex in the city and elsewhere? And, the next generation of Obamas and McCain
  • 11.03.08
    11.03.08
    Episode 11.03.08
    11/3/08
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    Monday: One-on-one with Barack Obama. Can "Sex in the City" prompt more teens to have sex in the city and elsewhere? And, the next generation of Obamas and McCains.
  • 10.30.08
    Episode 10.30.08
    10/30/08
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    Barack Obama hangs onto a double-digit lead in a new poll. Credit cards: the next financial crisis. And, rescue dogs rescuing lives behind bars.
  • 10.29.08
    Episode 10.29.08
    10/29/08
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    Wednesday: The presidential candidates campaign in Florida. The Fed gives the economy a shot in the arm by slashing a key interest rate. And U.S. automakers face running on empty.
  • 10/27/08
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    Monday: One of the most powerful men in Washington, Sen. Ted Stevens, is now a convicted felon. McCain stays on the attack. And, a setback in the war on cancer.
  • 10.24.08
    Episode 10.24.08
    10/24/08
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    Friday: The markets plunge as recession fears grow; some Las Vegas tycoons are betting big on Senator McCain; and Steve Hartman with much ado about mutton.
  • 10.23.08
    Episode 10.23.08
    10/23/08
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    Thursday: A new poll shows Obama hanging on to a double-digit lead; Alan Greenspan admits he made mistakes; and what would the presidential candidates do about the threat of Islamic extremism?
  • 10.22.08
    Episode 10.22.08
    10/22/08
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    Wednesday: Recession fears send Wall Street into another tailspin; an increase in the number of children with food allergies; and the presidential candidates talk about the last time they cried.
  • 10.21.08
    Episode 20081021
    10/21/08
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    Tuesday: Campaign '08 continues with focus on battleground states; The ailing economy forces some to put off health care decisions; And a look at where the candidates stand on jobs.
  • 10.20.08
    Episode 20081020
    10/20/08
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    Monday: As the election gets nearer, the attacks grow sharper; the Fed chairman warns the economy may need a booster shot; and how sharing a simple meal is changing the lives of wounded vets.
  • 10.17.08
    Episode 10.17.08
    10/17/08
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    Friday: Battleground states that could decide the presidential election; a nationwide search for a kidnapped six-year-old boy; and the last survivor of the Titanic needs a new lifeline.
  • 10.16.08
    Episode 10.16.08
    10/16/08
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    Thursday: Both candidates claim victory in Wednesday's debate; A reality check on the debate's real star - Joe the plumber; And a look at where the candidates stand on education.
  • 10.14.08
    Episode 10.14.08
    10/14/08
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    Tuesday: Obama widens his lead over McCain in the latest poll; The U.S. is set to take a huge ownership stake in the nation's banks; And a look at where the candidates stand on HIV/AIDS.
  • 10/13/08
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    Monday: The stock market follows its worst week with its best day ever. The presidential candidates offer plans for the economy. And, a crash course in paying for college.
  • 10.08.08
    Episode 10.08.08
    10/8/08
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    Wednesday: Central banks around the world cut interest rates, but even that can't stop the slide on Wall St. And, Campaign '08: Reality Check and Presidential Questions.
  • 10.06.08
    Episode 20081006
    10/6/08
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    Monday: The Dow closes below 10,000 points; Congress questions Lehman Brothers executive; Staph infections on the rise in children with the flu; A soldier copes with PTSD with some surprising help.
  • 10.01.08
    Episode 10.01.08
    10/1/08
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    Wednesday: A new poll shows Obama up by nine points; The Senate takes up the bailout bill; The fiscal crisis hits America's cities; Sarah Palin and Joe Biden answer Vice Presidential Questions.
  • 09.29.08
    Episode 20080929
    9/29/08
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    Monday: A shocking defeat for the bailout plan that sends stocks tumbling. Sarah Palin and John McCain defend her credentials to be vice president. And the legacy of Paul Newman.
  • 09.29.08
    Episode 20080929
    9/29/08
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    Monday: A shocking defeat for the bailout plan that sends stocks tumbling. Sarah Palin and John McCain defend her credentials to be vice president. And the legacy of Paul Newman.
  • 09.26.08
    Episode 09.26.08
    9/26/08
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    Friday: Presidential rivals prepare for their first debate; Bailout negotiations continue in hopes of avoiding financial collapse; And a look at how the Wall St. crisis is affecting Main St.
  • 09.24.08
    Episode 09.24.08
    9/24/08
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    Wednesday: An exclusive interview with Sen. John McCain on the financial crisis and the suspension of his campaign. And the latest on the bailout plan.
  • 9/22/08
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    Monday: A massive taxpayer bailout of the financial system does not end the turmoil on Wall St. And, behind the scenes with Joe Biden.
  • 09.18.08
    Episode 09.18.08
    9/18/08
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    Thursday: Word of a super safety net for banks trampoline the markets back up again.
  • 09.17.08
    Episode 09.17.08
    9/17/08
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    Wednesday: Wall Street sells off, after the federal government steps in to save insurance giant AIG.
  • 09.16.08
    Episode 20080916
    9/16/08
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    Tuesday: Another nervous day in the financial markets. Ike's trail of devastation, up close. And, how the candidates are reacting to the mortgage crisis.
  • 09.15.08
    Episode 20080915
    9/15/08
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    Monday: The Dow plummets as the financial world is rocked by the fate of two powerhouse investment firms.
  • 09.10.08
    Episode 09.10.08
    9/10/08
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    Wednesday: The McCain campaign calls comments made by Barack Obama "sexist," and Obama responds, "spare me." Reality Check on education. And, a new report on sex, lies and oil money.
  • 09.08.08
    Episode 09.08.08
    9/8/08
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    Monday: Mortgage rates plunge and stock prices rise after the government bails out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And, killer storm Ike rips across Cuba.
  • 09.04.08
    Episode 09.04.08
    9/4/08
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    Thursday: Katie Couric anchors coverage of the RNC, where John McCain is preparing to accept his party's nomination. And, hurricane watches go up along the East Coast.
  • 09.02.08
    Episode 20080902
    9/2/08
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    Tuesday: Katie Couric anchors coverage of the Republican National Convention from St. Paul. Plus, the aftermath of Gustav's glancing blow.
  • 09.01.08
    Episode 20080901
    9/1/08
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    Monday: Hurricane Gustav slams Louisiana; can the levees reinforced after Katrina hold back the surging waters? Also, Sarah Palin makes a surprising revelation.
  • 08.27.08
    Episode 08.27.08
    8/27/08
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    Wednesday: Day 3 of the DNC; Obama and McCain camps swap barbs; A look at Joe Biden; Obama lagging in the crucial white vote; Tropical Storm Gustav heading to U.S.
  • 08.25.08
    Episode 08.26.08
    8/26/08
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    Monday: The 2008 Democratic convention gets underway in Denver; Michelle Obama's big night; ailing Ted Kennedy makes it to Denver; and Katie Couric looks behind the scenes.
  • 08.22.08
    Episode 08.22.08
    8/22/08
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    Friday: The clock nears for Barack Obama's VP announcement; students move closer to school; Corporations show clout at the conventions; monks who know how to make money; and drive-in churches.
  • 08.20.08
    Episode 08.20.08
    8/20/08
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    Wednesday: More than 150 dead in Madrid plane crash; Fay soaks Florida; Russia threatens over missile pact; McCain closes gap with Obama in new CBS poll; punishment at schools prevalent.
  • Hillary Meets 'Belvis' In Ark.
    1/30/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Stumping in Little Rock, Ark., Hillary Clinton meets Dwayne Turner, a.k.a. "Belvis the Black Elvis." The entertainer sings a few bars and shows off his best Bill Clinton impression.
  • Rudy Plays Ball In Florida
    Rudy Plays Ball In Florida
    Episode 01.29.08
    1/29/08
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    "CBS News RAW": On primary day in Fla., Rudy Giuliani plays catch with a baseball and mentions some "foreign policy experience": teaching Japan's PM how to throw out the first ball at a Yankees game.
  • Rudy On Future Of His Campaign
    1/29/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Speaking aboard his campaign plane on Mon., January 28, 2008, Rudy Giuliani says he'll make a decision about the future of his campaign on Wednesday morning - after the Fla. primary.
  • Huckabee On 'Crazy' Fla. Rumor
    1/24/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Stumping in Fort Lauderdale, Mike Huckabee dispels "some pretty crazy rumors" that his campaign is pulling out of Florida. Huckabee: "It doesn't look like it to me. And we're not!"
  • Rudy's Bid Not Riding On Fla.
    1/24/08
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    Asked if he will press on if he doesn't win the Florida primary, Rudy Giuliani says he will continue his campaign. Giuliani: "I have no plans to end my campaign... I think we are in good shape here."
  • End Of The Trail For Thompson
    1/23/08
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    "Only On The Web": CBS News' John Bentley, embedded with the Fred Thompson campaign for months, looks back at Thompson's run, his late entry in the race, and the high expectations for the ex-senator.
  • No Mickey Mouse Stuff In Fla.
    1/22/08
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    "CBS News RAW": In Orlando, Mike Huckabee says he plans "no Mickey Mouse operation in Florida," but downplays his need for a win there. Huckabee: "Winning the nomination is what our main target is."
  • Mitt Romney At MLK Day Parade
    1/21/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Attending the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Parade in Jacksonville, Florida, Mitt Romney stops to pose for a photo with some children and quote a popular song from a few years back.
  • Jon Voight Stumps For Rudy
    Jon Voight Stumps For Rudy
    Episode 01.21.08
    1/21/08
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    "Only On The Web": Hitting the trail with Rudy Giuliani in Fla., Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight spends some time on the campaign press bus to discuss Giuliani's candidacy, the NFL playoffs, and more.
  • Clinton At Vegas Victory Rally
    1/19/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Hillary Clinton thanks Nevada staff and supporters at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas after winning the state's Democratic caucuses on January 19, 2008.
  • Romney Learns Of Nevada Win
    Romney Learns Of Nevada Win
    Episode 01.19.08
    1/19/08
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    "Only On The Web": Appearing before reporters on a flight to Jacksonville, Fla., Mitt Romney hears about his victory in the Nevada GOP caucuses over the plane's PA system.
  • McCain Wins In South Carolina
    1/19/08
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    Sen. John McCain continued his surge to the head of the Republican pack with a narrow victory over Mike Huckabee in the South Carolina GOP Primary. CBS News' Karen Brown reports.
  • Huckabee: 'We Got Awful Close'
    1/19/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Speaking in S.C. after placing second in the state's GOP primary, Mike Huckabee reassures supporters: "This is not an event. It is a process. And the process is far, far from over."
  • Bomb Threat Closes World Bank
    1/18/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Law enforcement officers with bomb-sniffing dogs investigate a bomb threat at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. The bank closed its Washington offices on Friday, January 18, 2008.
  • Clinton Unveils Hill-Force One
    1/17/08
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    Hillary Clinton takes over the PA system on "Hill-Force One," a Boeing 737-800 chartered by the campaign to accommodate the slew of reporters, staff, and Secret Service traveling with the candidate.
  • B. Clinton Spars With Reporter
    1/17/08
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    Stumping for his wife in Calif., Bill Clinton argues with a reporter over a lawsuit challenging onsite caucuses for Las Vegas Strip workers and a suggestion that Clinton's campaign is behind the suit.
  • Heated Exchange At Romney Stop
    1/17/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Mitt Romney and an Associated Press reporter argue over the candidate's statement that lobbyists aren't running his campaign during a news conference in Columbia, S.C.
  • Rove Rips Dems On Mich. Vote
    Rove Rips Dems On Mich. Vote
    Episode 01.16.08
    1/16/08
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    Speaking at the RNC Winter Meeting in D.C., Karl Rove pokes fun at Hillary Clinton's 15% edge over "Uncommitted" in the Michigan primary, and more than 20,000 votes for "the guy who believes in UFOs."
  • Thief Shoots Himself In Groin
    1/16/08
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    "CBS News RAW": In this surveillance footage released by the Kokomo, Ind., Police Department, 25-year-old Derrick Kosch accidentally shoots himself in the groin during a holdup at a convenience store.
  • Vote Early, Says Rudy In Fla.
    1/16/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Rudy Giuliani asks Floridians in New Smyrna Beach to take advantage of early voting laws and cast a ballot for him before his Republican opponents descend on the state.
  • Romney Ad: 'Pride Of America'
    1/14/08
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    "Michigan is personal to me," says Mitt Romney in this television ad, which features several images of the GOP presidential candidate with his father, ex-Michigan Gov. George Romney.
  • Edwards Wades Into MLK Dispute
    1/14/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Speaking at a church in Sumter, S.C., John Edwards doesn't mention Hillary Clinton by name, but says he's "troubled" by comments she made about Martin Luther King's legacy.
  • D.C. Deaths Spark City Firings
    1/14/08
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    D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty says city employees will be fired for not taking action on complaints about a woman's care for her four daughters, who were later found dead. WUSA's Phyllis Armstrong reports.
  • NYC Debuts Pay Public Toilet
    NYC Debuts Pay Public Toilet
    Episode 01.11.08
    1/11/08
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    25 cents gets you 15 minutes of privacy in the new public toilet unveiled in New York City's Madison Square Park. The city has contracted 20 of the self-cleaning devices. WCBS' Scott Rapoport reports.
  • Huckabee Learns Some Moves
    Huckabee Learns Some Moves
    Episode 01.11.08
    1/11/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Mike and Janet Huckabee learn the steps to The Temptations' classic song "My Girl" during a visit to the Motown Museum in Detroit.
  • Eye To Eye: Chertoff & REAL ID
    1/11/08
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    "Only On The Web": Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff speaks to CBS News' Bob Orr about the REAL ID Act and the importance of improving security for drivers' licenses.
  • Animation Shows F-15 Breakup
    Animation Shows F-15 Breakup
    Episode 01.10.08
    1/10/08
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    "CBS News RAW": In this Air Force handout animation, an F-15C Eagle fighter jet breaks apart and the pilot ejects safely during a November 2 training exercise in Missouri.
  • Huckabee Asks For Rudy's Vote
    1/8/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Bumping into each other at a Manchester, N.H., polling station, Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani exchange some friendly words on primary day.
  • Clinton Heckled At N.H. Event
    1/8/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Hillary Clinton is heckled at a Salem, N.H., campaign stop by demonstrators chanting, "Iron my shirt." "The remnants of sexism alive and well," Clinton says, followed by loud applause.
  • Romney On McCain-Obama Matchup
    1/8/08
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    Claiming "Washington is broken," and it can't be fixed by an "insider," Mitt Romney says John McCain would lose a general election to Barack Obama. Romney: "It will be a tsunami for Barack Obama."
  • Another Edwards All-Nighter
    Another Edwards All-Nighter
    Episode 01.07.08
    1/7/08
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    "CBS News RAW": John Edwards campaigns in Berlin, N.H., at approximately 3:00 AM ET. Edwards: "I have my heart and soul in it. Even when I'm half-asleep, in the middle of the night, I am in it."
  • Clinton Fights Back Tears
    Clinton Fights Back Tears
    Episode 01.07.08
    1/7/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Hillary Clinton gives an emotional response at a campaign stop in Portsmouth, N.H., when a woman asks her how she stays "upbeat" on the trail.
  • 3 Months On The Clinton Trail
    1/7/08
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    "Only On The Web": With the presidential nomination process concluding in less than a month, candidates are trailed by dozens of media outlets. CBS News' Fernando Suarez takes you behind the scenes.
  • Obama Talks To Press On Plane
    1/4/08
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    "CBS News RAW": After winning in Iowa, a weary Barack Obama speaks to reporters on a late-night, New Hampshire-bound flight. Obama: "We had a good night. My throat is hoarse, but my spirits are good."
  • Romney's Noisy N.H. Reception
    1/4/08
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    Landing in Portsmouth, N.H., around 3:00 AM ET, Mitt Romney gets a cheerful welcome at the airport. On his 2nd place finish in Iowa: "We got the silver, but in New Hampshire, we're getting the gold."
  • Skirmish Over Q&A At Rudy Stop
    1/3/08
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    "Only On The Web": After saying he'd take "three or four questions from the press" at a Bedford, N.H., event, Rudy Giuliani departed without talking to the media, leaving reporters arguing for access.
  • Romney: 'Don't Touch The Hair'
    1/3/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Talking about tensions running high before the Iowa caucuses, Romney laughs off a "questionable" remark from a rival campaign's chairman who said he'd like to knock Romney's teeth out.
  • Thompson: Let's 'Shock' World
    1/3/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Fred Thompson rallies supporters on caucus day at an event in West Des Moines, Iowa. Thompson: "Let's go out and shock the world. Let's do something great for our country."
  • Elizabeth Edwards Works Phones
    1/3/08
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    "CBS News RAW": Elizabeth Edwards drops by the campaign's Iowa City field office on caucus day for some last-minute phone calls to mobilize support for her husband.
  • Edwards' Impromptu Bus Presser
    1/2/08
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    Surprising reporters with coffee as his campaign continues a 36-hour marathon tour across Iowa, John Edwards answers a few questions, including whether he's stuck to a vow to quit drinking Diet Coke.
  • Clinton Thanks Reporters
    Clinton Thanks Reporters
    Episode 01.02.08
    1/2/08
    0.0
    Hillary Clinton makes a surprise visit aboard the press bus after an event in Indianola, Iowa. Bearing coffee and bagels, Clinton says "I just want to thank you all. It's been a long campaign."
  • Up All Night With Edwards
    Up All Night With Edwards
    Episode 01.02.08
    1/2/08
    0.0
    "Only On The Web": John Edwards is spending some late nights in a 36-hour marathon across Iowa, which includes events into the early morning. In Creston, he addressed supporters at 2:30 AM.
  • What Finish Would Please Fred?
    1/2/08
    0.0
    "Only On The Web": Fred Thompson resorts to hand signals - and has a little fun with reporters - when asked what position he'd be happy with finishing in when the Iowa caucus results are announced.
  • Romney On Huckabee Non-Attack
    1/1/08
    0.0
    Mitt Romney responds to Mike Huckabee's news conference where Huckabee announced an attack ad against Romney, but said he wouldn't air it. Romney: the event was "confusing to the people of Iowa."
  • Iowa Snowman Backs Clinton
    Iowa Snowman Backs Clinton
    Episode 01.01.08
    1/1/08
    0.0
    "CBS News RAW": Greeting supporters with daughter Chelsea in Muscatine, Iowa, Hillary Clinton finds a snowman bearing a "Hillary" t-shirt. She jokes with reporters about the snowman caucusing for her.
  • Evening News Online, 12.31.08
    Wednesday: Retail sales plummet for the year; the battle continues for Barack Obama's Senate seat; Israel's attacks continue in Gaza; plus, a look back at some of the most memorable moments of 2008.
  • Evening News Online, 12.30.08
    Tuesday: Gov. Blagojevich makes a surprising announcement; the fourth day of Israeli air strikes in Gaza; the housing market continues to crumble; plus, the victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
  • Evening News Online, 12.26.08
    Friday: New details in the Santa shooting massacre; retailers post enormous sales in the hopes of luring shoppers; plus, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • Evening News Online, 12.19.08
    Friday: President Bush hands over a $17 billion bailout to Detroitu2019s auto industry. Also, Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich proclaims his innocence. And, Steve Hartman meets a very generous secret Santa.
  • Evening News Online, 08.20.08
    Wednesday: More than 150 dead in Madrid plane crash; Fay soaks Florida; Russia threatens over missile pact; McCain closes gap with Obama in new CBS poll; punishment at schools prevalent.
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