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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Still Waiting For Katrina Help

Six months after Katrina, many of the hurricane's victims are still waiting for meaningful government help. Byron Pitts reports from one small town in Mississippi.

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Violence Against Media In Iraq

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports on the growing number of attacks against journalists in Iraq, including Arab crews. An Iraqi television correspondent was recently kidnapped and killed.

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Empire Of Debt

CBS News RAW: Addison Wiggin, co-author of the book "Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis," challenges the idea that America will always be the world's leading economy.

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Still Struggling With Katrina

Byron Pitts is in Perlington, Miss., which is one of the poorest neighborhoods in one of the poorest states in the nation. Many in that area feel completely abandoned by the government.

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Katrina Report Cites Failures

A new White House report found widespread failures in the federal response to Hurricane Katrina. As Drew Levinson reports, New Orleans residents hope the 228-page report will make a difference.

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Bush- Ports Will Be Secure

CBS News RAW: President Bush sought to calm an uproar over an Arab company taking over operations at six major American ports, saying "people don't need to worry about security."

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Factional Violence Rips Iraq

There is growing concern that massive unrest across Iraq could lead to an all-out civil war. As Aleen Sirgany reports, seven U.S. troops were killed during the latest round of violence.

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Iraq Edging Toward Civil War?

Violence is surging in Iraq as the country teeters on the edge of a civil war. Mostly Sunnis have been killed in attacks after a Shiite shrine was bombed, reports Aleen Sirgany.

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Deadly Russian Roof Collapse

Russian authorities say more than 40 people died in the collapse of a roof at a market. Moscow's mayor ruled out terrorism and describes what happened as a "technical accident." Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Mosque Bombing 'Evil'

CBS News RAW: President Bush condemned a recent bombing of a Shiite mosque in the city of Samarra in Iraq.

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Raging Violence In Iraq

Only On The Web: CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier explains the worst sectarian fighting in Iraq since Saddam Hussein's regime fell.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Iraq in crisis mode, UAE port company controversy and team manager catches fire.

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What's To Come?

CBS News Middle East Consultant Fouad Ajami examines what could result from the bombing of a popular Shiite shrine in Iraq.

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Stahl's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Lesley Stahl speaks about her report on Montana's coal and its use to make diesel fuel. Gov. Brian Schweitzer says his state's coal may be able to solve America's energy needs.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on crude oil prices, quarterly earning reports from Viacom since its split, changes at Charles Schwab due to online theft, and shakeup at the Federal Reserve.

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Politics Of The Port Deal

Gloria Borger offers analysis of the controversial port deal, as new documents suggest that the Bush administration did not impose routine restrictions on the Arab company taking over the ports.

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White House's Katrina Report

The White House will release its own report about the federal response to Hurricane Katrina. Rene Syler reports that it does not call for any resignations.

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Sectarian Violence In Iraq

Following the bombing of a sacred shrine in Iraq, Shiites are blaming Sunnis for the attack. Kimberly Dozier reports that security forces are trying to control the bloodshed.

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Divide Over Port Control

Is the U.S. lowering its guard by giving control of some seaports to an Arab-owned company? Dan Bartlett, counselor to the president, tells Hannah Storm that President Bush doesn't think so.

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'Women Of The Storm'

Six months after Hurricane Katrina, a group called "Women of the Storm" have started a grass roots movement to pressure legislators in Capitol Hill to rebuild New Orleans. Byron Pitts reports.

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Rain Derails Mudslide Rescue

Inclement weather has halted rescue efforts in the Philippines, as hope fades for finding any remaining survivors after a devastating mudslide destroyed a farming village.

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