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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Bush Defends Arab Port Deal

President Bush vigorously defends the sale of shipping operations at six major U.S. ports to an Arab company, despite growing bipartisan opposition to the deal. Bill Plante reports.

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Shiite Shrine Attacked In Iraq

Tensions are flaring in Iraq after a sacred Shiite shrine in Samarra was attacked by men who posed as policemen, entered the shrine's golden dome and blew it up. Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the government will release the consumer price index, the Federal Reserve indicates interest rates hikes and GM's debt rating slips further into junk territory.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that every infant in the U.S. could be getting a new vaccine, researchers are finding out how much stress can impact pregnancy, Medicare now covers surgical weight-loss procedures.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Day of crisis in Iraq, how secure are U.S. ports? And lottery jackpot winners speak.

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Holy Site Attacked In Iraq

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Iraq, where men disguised as Iraqi police commandos blew up the Golden Dome, a holy site for Shiite Muslims. More sectarian violence ensued.

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Blast Deepens Iraqi Civil War

Only On The Web: Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor of Peace at the University of Maryland, discusses with Bob Schieffer the turmoil in Iraq and its effects on the Middle East.

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Fallout From Shrine Attack

Following the bombing of a sacred Shiite mosque in Iraq, Shiite protesters staged country-wide protests and demonstrations. As Aleen Sirgany reports, the unrest has resulted in a Sunni cleric's death.

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Shrine Attack Enrages Shiites

Only On The Web: Shiites are taking to the streets of Samarra, Iraq to protest the attack of a sacred shrine, which Kimberly Dozier reports, is an umbrage to their way of life and religion.

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President Firm On Port Deal

Only On The Web: CBS News' Bill Plante reports on President Bush's strong stance on a port deal with an Arab-owned company, and the widespread political fallout from it.

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Running Against Mayor Nagin

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts sat down with Louisiana Lt. Gov. Mitch Landrieu, who is running for Mayor of New Orleans.

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Bush Still Defends Port Deal

While President Bush now says he didn't have advanced knowledge of the deal that gives major U.S. port control to an Arab company, he is still standing firmly behind it. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Bush Out Of Loop On Port Deal

A White House spokesperson says President Bush was unaware of the controversial port deal with an Arab-owned company until the agreement was finalized. Alison Harmelin reports on the uproar.

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Helping To Rebuild New Orleans

Only On The Web: Tired of bureaucracy and politics, a group called "Women of The Storm" want to draw attention toward rebuilding New Orleans. Byron Pitts speaks with the group.

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Day Of Crisis In Iraq

At least three bombs went off inside a Shiite mosque in Samara that is one of Iraq's holiest shrines. The incident triggered more than 100 attacks on rival Sunni mosques. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Civil War In Iraq?

Bob Schieffer sat down with Shibley Telhami, the Anwar Sadat Professor of Peace at the University of Maryland. They discussed whether Wednesday's attack at on Shiite mosque will instigate civil war.

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Medicare Prescription Woes

The new Medicare prescription drug program was supposed to reduce the number of Americans without drug coverage. But as Wyatt Andrews reports, the government's claims of success don?t add up.

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The Next New Orleans Mayor?

When Hurricane Katrina changed the demographic face of New Orleans, the framework was laid for Louisiana's lieutenant governor to have a shot at becoming the city's next mayor. Byron Pitts reports.

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Anti-Terror Protection At Port

Only On The Web: Bob Orr gets an exclusive tour around the Port of Newark, N.J., and learns how anti-terrorism measures are enforced.

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Bush, Congress Battle On Ports

A bipartisan bloc urged the president to rethink plans to hand over shipping operations at six U.S. ports to an Arab company, but Bush said he'd veto any bill blocking the plan. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Foreign Companies, U.S. Ports

Though Congress and President Bush are arguing over the deal that would let an Arab company run six U.S. ports, foreign companies are no strangers at American ports. Bob Orr reports.

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High Court Takes Abortion Case

The Supreme Court has agreed to consider the constitutionality of a kind of mid- to late-term abortion procedure that critics call partial-birth abortion. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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