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Sunday, March 5, 2006

Iraq's Security Crisis

As Iraq deals with a rising tide of violence between Sunnis and Shiites, a war of words has ensued between military officials and Democrats over the conditions in the country. Cheryl Casone reports.

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Religious Tensions At UNC

The UNC graduated who plowed his SUV into nine students told investigators that he did it for religious reasons. As Jim Acosta reports, this latest incident has stirred up talk of religious tensions.

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Is Iran A Nuclear Threat?

Trish Regan examines Iran's nuclear weapons program, which several analysts believe is years away from being able to produce enough enriched uranium to build a bomb.

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Skepticism Over Tillman Probe

The family of Pat Tillman expressed its doubts over a new criminal investigation authorized by the Pentagon over the death of the former NFL player turned Army ranger. Joie Chen reports.

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The Prince Of Pot

Canadian Marc Emery's marijuana seed business was ignored by Canadian officials, but U.S. authorities want to prosecute him for crimes that could land him in jail for life. Bob Simon reports.

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A Civil War In Iraq?

Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., and Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., assess the mounting tensions in Iraq and whether or not a civil war is brewing between Sunnis and Shiites on "Face The Nation."

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U.S. Releases Detainee Names

Human rights watchers are applauding the Pentagon's decision to release the names of hundreds of terror suspects held at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. David Martin reports.

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Bush Meets Pakistani President

Amid tight security, President Bush met the Pakistani president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, in Islamabad. As Bill Plante reports, the two main topics on the agenda were the war on terrorism and democracy.

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Two Sides In Iraq

The Pentagon has invited a top-level British officer to discuss his criticisms of U.S. actions in Iraq. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, it may be a sign that U.S. military efforts in Iraq need change.

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