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Monday, March 13, 2006

Symbol Of Union Or Division?

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston reports on the friction caused by the proposed memorial to victims of the 9/11 attacks. Opponents are most upset about the memorial's location ? underground.

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Bush Starts Speech Run On Iraq

President Bush kicked off a series of speeches on the war in Iraq. As Claudia Coffey reports, the effort to rally support comes as the violence in Iraq reaches new levels.

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9/11 Kin Member On Moussaoui

CBS News RAW: Eddie Bracken, who lost his sister Lucy Fishman in the 9/11 attack, described Zacarias Moussaoui's demeanor in the courtroom and his feelings if the trial were called off.

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Moussaoui Trial In Jeopardy

A judge put Zacarias Moussaoui's sentencing trial on hold as she considers allegations the government coached witnesses. The judge could take the death penalty off the table, reports Aleen Sirgany.

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Small Drugstores Hurting

The new Medicare prescription drug program continues its less-than-stellar start. As Jim Acosta reports, some mom-and-pop stores say it's driving them out of business.

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Iraq- Three Years And Counting

As the killing continues in Iraq, David Martin begins a three-part series on how we got to this point in the conflict.

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Iraq Teetering On The Edge?

Bob Schieffer spoke to Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan about the situation in Iraq, where extremists on both sides are pushing the country closer to civil war.

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Bush Begins Iraq PR Blitz

President Bush began a new campaign to build support for the war in Iraq when he spoke at George Washington University. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Moussaoui Sentencing On Hold

Due to a blatant violation by prosecutors, the judge in the case of Zacarias Moussaoui could throw out the death penalty option or start the whole sentencing process over. Jim Stewart reports.

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Shiite Cleric Calls For Calm

A powerful Shiite cleric said he's trying to prevent civil war in Iraq. He called on followers to remain calm, despite recent attacks that killed dozens of Shiites in Baghdad. Lara Logan reports.

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Bush To Stump On Iraq

Faced with plummeting poll numbers and public uncertainty over the war in Iraq, President Bush will spend the week trying to convince Americans progress is being made. Bill Plante reports.

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Can Bush Bounce Back?

Political analyst and Congressional Quarterly columnist Craig Crawford analyzes President Bush's recent problems, as he continues to face heat over Iraq, the port deal and strife in the GOP.

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Iraq On The Brink?

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Iraq, where Sunni and Shiite officials are still concerned about the possibility of a full-scale civil war.

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Iran Refuses Nuke Compromise

CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk discusses what happens now after Iran says it will no longer consider moving their uranium enrichment program to Russia.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Moussaoui sentencing on hold, the war in Iraq: three years and counting and a best seller's plagiarism case.

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Moussaoui Trial Bombshell

A judge has put the sentencing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui on hold and may take away the death penalty option after the government admitted to coaching potential witnesses. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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'Smoking' Film Premiere

CBS News RAW: At the premiere of the movie "Thank You For Smoking," actor Robert Duvall and director Jason Reitman spoke about the film, which pits Big Tobacco against a senator.

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Brutal

Kevin Weeks, who helped James "Whitey" Bulger, one of the FBI's most wanted criminals, rule Boston's streets through murder, robbery and drug dealing tells his story to Ed Bradley.

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It's Up To The Iraqis

Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer explains that the war in Iraq is more than about just President Bush and the Democrats, it's also about the Iraqis taking action to help themselves.

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Obama On The State Of Iraq

Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., assessed the potential civil war between Sunnis and Shiites in Iraq and offered up his own plan for U.S. troop withdrawal in the upcoming year on "Face The Nation."

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