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Thursday, February 9, 2006

Hurricane Victims Demonstrate

Dozens of Gulf Coast residents marched on Capitol Hill to protest what they say are lagging hurricane relief efforts. As Stacy Case reports, they are asking the government for more help.

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No Senate Run For Anti-War Mom

CBS News RAW: During a press conference in San Francisco, anti-war mom Cindy Sheehan announced that she would not be running for U.S. Senate in opposition to Democrat Diane Feinstein.

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Bush On Foiled Terror Plot

During a speech on terrorism, President Bush said a 2002 al Qaeda plot was foiled. This comes as the domestic spying program takes center stage on Capitol Hill, reports Aleen Sirgany.

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U.S. Broke Up L.A. Terror Plot

President Bush confirmed that the government broke up a terrorist plot to fly a plane into the tallest building in Los Angeles, soon after the Sept. 11 attacks. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Thwarted Terror Plot Detailed

As specific as President Bush was in his speech about an al Qaeda terror plot that was thwarted in 2002, counterterrorism officials later provided even more details. Jim Stewart reports.

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New Jill Carroll Hostage Tape

Another videotape of kidnapped American reporter Jill Carroll turned up on a Kuwaiti TV channel. Kimberly Dozier has more from Baghdad.

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Cheney Connection To Spygate?

According to federal court papers, Vice President Cheney's former aide Scooter Libby suggested that he got clearance from above to illegally disclose a covert CIA agent. Gloria Borger has more.

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Army- Vet Won't Have To Pay

The army is doing an about-face over a case involving an Iraq War veteran who was forced to pay for his damaged body armor. David Martin reports on the army's flip-flop.

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Call For Muslim Riots To End

Deadly Muslim protests over cartoons mocking the prophet Muhammad are spreading. The White House says the violence must end. Bill Plante reports.

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Nerve Gas Scare On The Hill

There was a nerve gas scare on Capitol Hill last night. Some 200 people, including nine senators, were evacuated from a senate office building. It turned out to be a false alarm, Joie Chen reports.

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Alabama Church Arson Probe

Hannah Storm and Alabama Attorney General Troy King discuss the investigation into nine church fires, which now appeared to be linked. Federal agents still have no clear suspects or motives.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Pfizer's search for a buyer for its consumer products division; Vonage, an innovator of Internet phone calling, wants to go public; and good news at the gas pump.

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Wallace's Reporter's Notebook

Mike Wallace talks about wounded soldiers who've come back from Iraq and the hardships they encounter as they rehabilitate their bodies and their lives. (Recorded in Feb. 2006.)

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the Asthma and Allergy Foundation's list of the worst American cities for asthma sufferers, bird flu cases in Africa and more fat in McDonald's french fries.

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Backlash for War on Terror

Radwan Masmoudi from the Center of the Study of Islam and Democracy discusses the recent protests in the Muslim world and how it is effecting the War on Terror.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: U.S. broke up L.A. terror plot, new Jill Carroll hostage tape and what happened to my scissors?

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Iran, Syria stoking protests? Is cutting the fat overrated? And comeback for the Grammys.

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Religion Vs. Free Speech

Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, discusses the role of free speech versus respect for religion following the riots that have taken place over the Muhammad caricatures.

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Iran, Syria Stoking Protests?

President Bush condemned the violent protests over the controversial cartoons of the prophet Muhammad. As Jim Axelrod reports, Secretary of State Rice said that Iran and Syria are involved.

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