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#18494: NEWS,THE:AM MORNING NEWS
1980-08-15, , min.
TBD

Coverage of the Democratic National Convention and latest news.          
#18499: NEWS,THE
1980-08-20, , min.
George Bush, Harold Brown

Defense Secretary Harold Brown says USSR missile system most likely superior to US. George Bush traveling to Peking to explain Ronald Reagan's position on Taiwan.           
#18500: NEWS,THE
1980-08-22, , min.
Billy Carter, Michael Myers

Senate Subcommittee ends questioning of Billy Carter. Said little learned about Libyan involvement. Michael Myers on trial in Abscam matter.            
#18501: NEWS,THE
1980-08-23, , min.
Jimmy Carter, John Anderson, Patrick Lucey

Wisconsin governor Patrick Lucey being considered as a running mate for independent candidate John Anderson. President Carter officially beginning his campaign for reelection in Alabama on Labor Day.        
#18506: NEWS,THE
1980-09-01, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson, Willie Nelson

All three presidential candidates, Anderson, Carter, and Reagan start campaigning. Baptists attempt to stop Willie Nelson concert in Big Spring, Texas.            
#18507: NEWS,THE
1980-09-02, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

President Carter opens his presidential campaign in Tuscumbia, Alabama, while Ronald Reagan reportedly will apologize for remark made. A report that Libya and Syria will merge their nations.        
#18508: NEWS,THE
1980-09-03, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Abbie Hoffman, Jimmy Carter

President Carter makes campaign stop in Philadelphia, continues to criticize Ronald Reagan. Radical Abbie Hoffman reported to be giving himself up, wanted last six years for radical political activities.          
#18510: NEWS,THE
1980-09-04, , min.
Harold Brown, Billy Carter, Benjamin Civiletti

Defense Secretary Harold Brown's remarks on new stealth planes, said to be invisible to enemy radar. Senate Subcommittee investigating Billy Carter's association with Libya said to be focusing on Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti.         
#18512: NEWS,THE
1980-09-11, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Examination of today's Ronald Reagan campaign activities, AFL-CIO supports Carter.         
#18516: NEWS,THE
1980-09-12, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Cuban United Nations delegate assassinated in New York City.
Campaign activities of Carter, Reagan, and Anderson.             
#18518: NEWS,THE
1980-09-13, , min.
Jesse Jackson, Jimmy Carter

Report on President Carter's campaign. Jesse Jackson endorses Carter.      
#18520: NEWS,THE
1980-09-16, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

President Carter increases his verbal attacks on Ronald Reagan. He tries to link Reagan with racism. Coup in Turkey, new cabinet to be appointed.             
#18523: NEWS,THE
1980-09-22, , min.
Ronald Reagan, John Anderson

Ronald Reagan and John Anderson debate. Nuclear warhead in Arkansas.             
#18525: NEWS,THE
1980-09-23, , min.
Jimmy Carter

Iran-Iraq conflict intensifies, concern for Iranian hostages. 
President Carter addresses California AFL-CIO regarding November election.          
#18526: NEWS,THE
1980-09-23, , min.
Leonid Brezhnev, Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter absent from latest debate. Leonid Brezhnev speaks regarding nuclear war.            
#18527: NEWS,THE
1980-09-24, , min.
Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan arrives in Texas to campaign. Senate approves sale of nuclear fuel to India.           
#18529: NEWS,THE
1980-09-25, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Reported that the League of Women voters want Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter to debate without John Anderson. Striking Hollywood, California performers said to be tentatively ending their Strike.       
#18532: NEWS,THE
1980-09-28, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter campaigning in New York City, Ronald Reagan in Los Angeles. Iraq claims victory in Iran-Iraq war, Iran disputes it.          
#18533: NEWS,THE
1980-09-29, , min.
Patrick Lucey

League of Women Voters said to be cancelling Vice-Presidential debate since only Patrick Lucey agreed to participate. Readiness of Navy's aircraft carriers questioned.            
#18534: NEWS,THE
1980-09-30, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter

White House said to be preparing a response to Senate Subcommittee conclusion in Billy Carter-Libya affair. 
President Carter proposal to revive Steel Industry.           
#18535: NEWS,THE
1980-10-01, , min.
Jimmy Carter

President Carter campaigns in Michigan to auto workers, major banks increase prime lending rate.              
#18537: NEWS,THE
1980-10-02, , min.
Billy Carter, Michael Myers

Senate Subcommittee reports on Billy Carter's Libyan connection. House of Representatives said to be expelling Pennsylvania's Michael Myers due to Abscam conviction.           
#18540: NEWS,THE
1980-10-16, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Reported that President Carter and Ronald Reagan both attending Alfred E. Smith memorial dinner in New York City. John Anderson remarks about possible release of American Hostages in Iran.           
#18543: NEWS,THE
1980-10-20, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Controversy on debate issue between President Carter and Ronald Reagan. Atlanta tries to solve mystery surrounding disappearance and murders of black children.           
#18544: NEWS,THE
1980-10-21, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Continued captivity of American hostages in Iran. Carter and Reagan representatives meet with League of Women Voters to work out details of Carter-Reagan debate.              
#18546: NEWS,THE
1980-10-22, , min.
Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Gerald Ford with remarks on "Good Morning America" about Iran hostage crisis. Talks about humiliation of the crisis. Southern states appear split on presidential election.      
#18548: NEWS,THE
1980-10-25, , min.
Ronald Reagan

Hostage debate in Iranian parliament said to begin soon. A report on Ronald Reagan's hometown.           
#18550: NEWS,THE
1980-10-27, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Pope John Paul 11

President Carter arrives for debate while Ronald Reagan continues to prep at home. Pope John Paul 11 criticizes genetic engineering, organ transplants, artificial birth control, and artificial insemination.          
#18549: NEWS,THE
1980-10-28, , min.
Ronald Reagan, John Mitchell, Jimmy Carter

Debate tonight between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Former Attorney General John Mitchell testifies at trial of former FBI officials accused of approving illegal break-ins.       
#18556: NEWS,THE
1980-10-29, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

A report on last night's debate. United States hostage crisis might be nearing end.              
#18558: NEWS,THE
1980-10-31, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

President Carter campaigns in the South, Ronald Reagan on East Coast. Iran announces alleged agreement for release of US hostages.            
#18563: NEWS,THE
1980-11-02, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Polls given regarding presidential election. Reagan refuses to mention hostage crisis.           
#18569: CBS NEWS,THE
1980-11-03, , min.
Elvis Presley

Supreme Court rules on profiting from Elvis Presley's name and image. Campaign news on the eve of the 1980 Presidential election.                        
#18571: NEWS,THE
1980-11-04, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Election night in America. Exit polls showing large lead for Ronald Reagan over President Carter. Carter watches returns at White House.            
#18574: NEWS,THE
1980-11-05, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Ronald Reagan with huge election win over Jimmy Carter and John Anderson. Outlines plans when in office and speaks of Iran hostage crisis.             
#18575: NEWS,THE
1980-11-05, , min.
Jimmy Carter

Hostages in Iran might not be aware of election of new president. Plains, Georgia grim after big Carter defeat.             
#18580: NEWS,THE
1980-11-09, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Menachem Begin

Tax cut bill by lame-duck Congress reportedly pushed by Reagan forces. Menachem Begin in New York City, reportedly to meet with President Carter.         
#18581: NEWS,THE
1980-11-10, , min.
George Bush

Opposition to vice-president elect George Bush by fundamentalist groups. Number of US auto dealerships closing down.            
#18582: NEWS,THE
1980-11-11, , min.
John Murphy, Frank Thompson

Abscam trials of Representatives John Murphy and Frank Thompson underway. Observance of Veteran's Day.           
#18587A: NEWS,THE
1980-11-27, , min.
Richard Queen, Harold Queen

Harold Queen, father of released hostage Richard Queen, reported injured in auto accident. Earthquake in Abalino, Italy. 10,000 could be dead.              
#18590: NEWS,THE
1980-12-02, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Both outgoing Carter administration and incoming Reagan cabinet concerned about USSR intervention in Poland. Supreme Court makes ruling on clean water act.         
#18592: NEWS,THE
1980-12-03, , min.
Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan begins making his cabinet choices. Housing and auto sales for month of October reported.              
#18594: NEWS,THE
1980-12-07, , min.
Ronald Reagan

White House announces USSR has completed preparations for possible military intervention in Poland. Report on Ronald Reagan's cabinet choices.             
#18595: NEWS,THE
1980-12-08, , min.
Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan makes trip to New York City. Possible invasion of Poland by USSR troops could be imminent.           
#18595A: NEWS,THE
1980-12-08, , min.
Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan makes trip to New York City. Possible invasion of Poland by USSR troops could be imminent.                        
#18585A: NEWS,THE
1980-12-08, , min.
John Lennon, Mark David Chapman

Beatle John Lennon is shot and killed outside his residence at the Dakota Hotel in New York City. Mark David Chapman is the accused assassin.             
#18585B: NEWS,THE
1980-12-09, , min.
John Lennon, Mark David Chapman

Beatle John Lennon is shot and killed outside the Dakota apartments in New York City. Mark David Chapman is the suspected killer.            
#18588E: NEWS,THE
1980-12-09, , min.
Leonid Brezhnev

USSR President Leonid Brezhnev visits India. Iranian sources in Algeria believe hostage negotiations are going well.         
#18588C: NEWS,THE
1980-12-09, , min.
John Lennon

Report on John Lennon murder.            
#18596: NEWS,THE
1980-12-21, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter

Reagan cabinet choices might not be cleared until after Christmas. Carter administration said to be rejecting latest hostage release demands. Iranians reportedly want $24 billion for hostages release. 
                        
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