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Thursday, March 9, 2006

Port Deal Hits GOP Roadblock

In an election year, Republicans felt that constituent pressure led them to kill the Dubai port deal, which was backed by President Bush. Michael Weber reports.

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GOP Defies Bush On Port Deal

Only On The Web: Sharyl Attkisson reports on the decision by House Republicans to vote down President Bush's Dubai port deal during an election year.

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Bigger Budget; More Violence

President Bush sent major players to Capitol Hill today to convince lawmakers to sign a multi-billion dollar military spending bill. Also, more lives were lost in Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Couple Blasts Patriot Act

A Palestinian fighting deportation back to Jordan under the Patriot Act says there's a double standard, reports Kelly Cobiella. He's also married to a government security worker who's allowed to stay.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: A way out for the White House, couple blasts Patriot Act and Forbes' richest list is out.

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Saturn Moon May Harbor Life

Only On The Web: Dr. Carolyn Porco, the imaging team leader of NASA?s Cassini mission, talks about the latest discovery in outer space: liquid water on Saturn's icy moon, Enceladus.

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'V For Vendetta' U.K. Premiere

CBS News RAW: At the "V For Vendetta" U.K. premiere, director James McTeigue comments on how London's terror attacks affected production. Also, Natalie Portman explains why she took the role.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on a controversy over Ambien sleeping pills, an effort to rescue Tysbari for multiple sclerosis sufferers, and a plan to simplify Medicare prescription drug sign-ups.

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Logan's Reporter's Notebook

Lara Logan visited the hotbed city of Tal Afar, Iraq, and describes her visit to the area, which was under control of al Qaeda, and the geographic significance of the city.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the New York Stock Exchange's first day as a public traded company, the latest U.S. trade deficit report, and paying tax dollars on Academy Award gift bags.

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War Of Words Over Nuke Program

Tension is high over Iran's nuclear program, with Vice President Dick Cheney warning "meaningful consequences" and Iran threatening "harm and pain." Michael O'Hanlon discusses it with Harry Smith.

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3 Arrested In Church Arsons

Carson Carroll, deputy assistant director for ATF, who oversaw the investigation into the Alabama church arsons, speaks with Julie Chen about how they tracked down the suspects.

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Showdown Over Arab Port Deal

Congress is getting ready for a showdown with President Bush after a House panel voted to block that controversial deal to let an Arab company run major U.S. ports. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Book Accuses Bonds Of Steroids

Despite repeated allegations that he abused steroids, baseball superstar Barry Bonds has maintained his innocence. Now a new book says he was in fact a heavy steroid user. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Cheap, But Chic Prom Dresses

Can't afford the dress your teen really wants? The editors at Teen Vogue help parents help their daughters pick out beautiful dresses that will fall within your budget.

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Dana Reeve's 'Bright Light'

Comedian and long-time friend Robin Williams called Dana Reeve "a bright light." Former President Clinton said Reeve was "a model of tenacity and grace." Harry Smith takes a look at her life.

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