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Friday, February 24, 2006

Arab Port Deal On Hold

The controversial agreement to hand over operations of U.S. ports to an Arab company triggered a political firestorm. Now, both the White House and the UAE have agreed to a delay. Bill Plante reports.

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Runaway Parade Horses

The mayor of Tucson, Ariz., and his wife were slightly injured when two horses pulling a wagon got spooked and crashed into their buggy during the Festival of Cowboys parade.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on Americans' concern over a potential bird flu outbreak, new research about smokers' chances of getting a root canal and potato lovers risk of getting type-2 diabetes.

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Stem Cell Preview

Ed Bradley meets one of the scientists at the forefront of U.S. stem cell research. Sunday, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Coal Cowboy Preview

Lesley Stahl reports from Montana, where the governor says he has the answer to America's oil addiction. Sunday, 7 p.m. ET/PT

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Steve Kroft speaks about his interview with port security expert Stephen Flynn, who says security at the nation's ports is flawed and troubled.

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On The Waterfront

Port security expert Stephen Flynn tells Steve Kroft that the nation's port security system is flawed and that resources for the Coast Guard are lacking.

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Montana's Coal Cowboy

Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer tells Lesley Stahl about his plans to turn the state's abundant coal reserves into a liquid diesel fuel.

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Iraq's UN Ambassador Reacts

In a CBS News Exclusive Interview with Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo, Iraq's U.N. Ambassador Samir Sumaida'ie admits the shrine bombing was a "political" blow.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Oil attack: new terror tactic? Government curfew calms Iraq and autistic teen's hoop dreams.

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Threat Of Civil War In Iraq

While the government-imposed curfew in Iraq seemed to slow the bloodshed, the violent clashes and the threat of civil war are still very real, reports Aleen Sirgany.

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Iraqi Gov't Hopes For Calm

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports on the security crackdown by the Iraqi government in hopes that the wave of violence since the Shiite shrine bombing will subside.

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Turmoil In The Philippines

Philippines President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared a state of emergency following a failed coup by members of the country's military.

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Port Deal Stalled

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that the White House and a company controlled by the United Arab Emirates have decided to put their port deal on hold.

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First Major NYC Terror Attack

This Week In History: A deadly car bomb explosion at the base of the World Trade Center in New York on Feb. 26, 1993 was a prelude of a larger attack years later.

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Jesus Cartoon Causes Uproar

Portland State University's student newspaper, The Vanguard, published a cartoon that portrays Jesus as a terrorist, which has offended many students on campus. KOIN's Joel Iwanaga reports.

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Bush On War On Terror, Vets

CBS News RAW: In a speech to the Veterans of Foreign War, President Bush talked about U.S. military might and the debt of gratitude the nation owes to its veterans.

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Oil Attack- New Terror Tactic?

Al Qaeda terrorists were the immediate suspects in an attack by suicide bombers on a major Saudi oil facility, and David Hawkins says the attack may signal a change in tactics.

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Government Curfew Calms Iraq

Iraq was calmer Friday, thanks to a government-ordered curfew. But Kimberly Dozier reports that fears of a civil war remain real for political and religious leaders ? and for U.S. soldiers.

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Texas Port Uneasy About Deal

Lee Cowan reports that the deal to let an Arab firm run six U.S. ports would also put the company in charge of key operations at the port of Beaumont, Texas, where most of the cargo is military.

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Dr. Brings Health Care, Hope

Dr. Regina Benjamin could have moved after Hurricane Katrina hit. Byron Pitts tells why she stayed, and what her presences has meant to a small town in Alabama.

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Iraq In Crisis Mode

More than 100 Iraqis and seven Americans have died during the last two days, following an attack on a Shiite holy site. As Kimberly Dozier reports, fear is rampant across Iraq.

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WH- Iraq Not In Civil War

Amid the chaos in Iraq, the Bush administration is maintaining that the country has not descended into civil war. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Bush, Congress Battle On Ports

Administration officials went to Capitol Hill to explain the deal that will allow an Arab company to operate six U.S. ports. But as Sharyl Atkisson reports, they didn't make much headway.

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