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Wednesday, February 8, 2006

Protests' Impact On Iraq

Kimberly Dozier reports from Iraq, where the violent protests occurring elsewhere in the Middle East are giving Iraqis another reason to call for the withdrawal of U.S. troops.

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Serious About Mine Safety?

Federal regulators said they will order new safety measures for coal mines. But as Sharyn Alfonsi reports, the government does not have a good track record for enforcing its own rules.

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Pension Discrimination

There is no question that great progress has been made in the battle for civil rights. But as Byron Pitts reports, there is still much to do, even in Martin Luther King's hometown.

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Bush Touts Growing Economy

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke about the economy at the Business and Industry Association in Manchester, N.H. He highlighted continuing U.S. economic growth and increased home ownership.

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Bush- End Riots Over Cartoons

It looks like riots over cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad won't end soon. President Bush asked for calm after the situation turned deadly near a U.S. military base overseas. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Deadly Protest Over Cartoon

Protests over a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad turn deadly outside a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. As Aleen Sirgany reports, President Bush is appealing to Muslim leaders for calm.

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Bush- Stop Cartoon Riots

CBS News RAW: In a meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah II, President Bush called for an end to worldwide violence and riots, especially in Arab states, over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.

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Bush's Defense Budget

As the war in Iraq continues, a battle is brewing on Capitol Hill over the $440 billion President Bush plans to spend on defense next year. Aleen Sirgany has more.

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Hearings On U.S. Spy Program

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras reports on the first of at least three Senate hearings on President Bush's domestic spying program. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defended the program.

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7 Dead From Cartoon Violence

Claudia Coffey reports on the worldwide protests, especially in Arab countries, over a controversial cartoon of the prophet Muhammad. The violence has resulted in the deaths of seven protesters.

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