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Friday, February 10, 2006

Touchtable Displays

CBS News RAW: Famed inventor Danny Hillis, of Applied Minds, demonstrated two novel touchtable displays. Hillis revealed Iran, Natanz's nuclear facility in a new light.

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Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft talks about his report on the billions of dollars left unaccounted for in the American reconstruction effort in Iraq.

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A Surplus Of Embryos Preview

Coming up on "60 Minutes": Critics question the White House's stem cell policy, as many unused embryos are destroyed at fertility clinics. Lesley Stahl reports. Sunday, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Wounds Of War Preview

Coming up on "60 Minutes": Mike Wallace meets some resilient survivors of the war who are facing new challenges after suffering traumatic battlefield injuries. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT

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Preview- War Profiteers?

Coming up on "60 Minutes": Steve Kroft investigates how some of the $50 billion the U.S. spent on reconstruction work in Iraq was used and why $8.8 billion of it is unaccounted for.

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Stahl's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Leslie Stahl spoke about her report on stem cells and President Bush's prohibition on federally funded research on cells derived from embryos after 2001.

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Launched Into History

CBS News' Dr. Mallika Marshall salutes Dr. Mae Carol Jemison, the first African American woman to launch into orbit who now works to help those closer to the ground.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports short-term rate hikes may be needed to keep inflation at bay, AIG settles charges, December's trade deficit numbers to be released, and mortgage rates are holding steady.

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An Ulterior Motive?

Bill Plante reports on President Bush's "success story" involving a thwarted terrorist plot against one of Los Angeles' tallest buildings. Some are questioning the timing of the revelation.

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Faith-Based Vacations

Though it's still winter, some people are already planning their summer trips. For many Americans, vacation is now about more than rest and relaxation; it's about religion, too. Debbye Turner reports.

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The War On Terrorism

Frances Townsend, of Homeland Security, spoke with Harry Smith about President Bush's revelation of a foiled 2002 terrorist plot. They also discussed kidnapped American journalist Jill Carroll.

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Why Reveal Foiled Terror Plot?

President Bush revealed details about an alleged 2002 terrorist attack against Los Angeles. Some speculate that the White House has an ulterior motive, reports Bill Plante.

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White House's Katrina Missteps

Information has been released about when the White House knew how bad the situation was on the Gulf Coast during Hurricane Katrina ? and it's earlier than previously thought. Susan Roberts reports.

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Missing Money In Iraq?

Since the start of the Iraq war, billions of dollars given to private contractors have gone unaccounted for amid widespread allegations of fraud and war profiteering. Steve Kroft has more.

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Some Iraq Intel Ignored?

A man who was in the pre-Iraq war intelligence loop is now saying that U.S. officials cherry-picked information indicating that Saddam Hussein threatened American security. David Martin reports.

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The Blame Game Revisited

Former FEMA chief Michael Brown was back in the congressional hot seat. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, he claimed that the Homeland Security Department was to blame for the inept response to Katrina.

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Cherry Picking And The CIA

Retired CIA officer Paul Pillar tells David Martin that after the Iraq war started, there were "requests" for information from the CIA which was used without context to present a false impression.

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Ex-FEMA Head On Hot Seat

Things are heated on Capitol Hill as the former director of FEMA, Michael Brown, takes the hot seat again today. Communication between Brown and top officials is one key topic. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Ukraine Parliament Brawl

CBS News RAW: During a parliament meeting in the Ukraine on Feb. 9, President Viktor Yushchenko pleaded with the members to unite. His speech was preceded by lawmakers exchanging blows.

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Ex-FEMA Director Testifies

CBS News RAW: Former FEMA Director Michael Brown told a Senate committee he was rebuffed in his effort to reorganize FEMA.

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Clinton Impeachment Trial

This Week In History: Then President Bill Clinton is cleared in the impeachment trial by a vote of 55 - 45 on February 12, 1999.

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Bush- Al Qaeda Plot Thwarted

President Bush disclosed details of what he said was an al Qaeda plot to attack the West Coast. As Aleen Sirgany reports, the president said that the plot targeted Los Angeles' tallest building.

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Syria, Iran Urge Muslim Riots?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the violence that continues around the globe over the Muhammad caricatures. The White House blames Syria and Iran for the deadly protests.

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