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Friday, March 17, 2006

Iraq Operation Seizes Weapons

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports on the largest U.S.-led operation in Iraq since 2003. So far, U.S. and Afghani troops have detained about 50 suspects and have seized a number of weapons.

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'Making Good Progress'

Bob Schieffer went to the White House to talk with national security adviser Stephen Hadley, who admits the going is tough in Iraq but argues that progress is being made.

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Bold Prediction On Iraq

A top U.S. general made a bold and specific prediction about the prospects for withdrawing troops from Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Good News On Wall Street

The stock market had its best week of the year, and the Dow is up to levels investors haven't seen since the turn of the century. Anthony Mason reports.

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Iraq War- 3 Year Anniversary

Lara Logan reports things in Iraq are a long way from where many Americans expected them to be after President Bush declared the end of major combat operations back in May 2003.

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Green Card Envy

Irish citizens living in America are urging Washington to make it easier for all undocumented immigrants to earn legal status.

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Security Adviser On Iraq/Iran

Only On The Web In an extended interview with CBS Evening News anchor Bob Schieffer, national security adviser Stephen Hadley spoke on Iraq progress and the latest on Iran.

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How One Military Wife Copes

The deployment of more U.S. troops to Iraq is unwelcome news for spouses left behind on the home front. But one military wife is finding an outlet for her worries and frustrations. Lee Cowan reports.

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Expert On Challenges In Iraq

The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, general Richard Myers, tells Harry Smith that a reduction of U.S. troops in Iraq depends on more progress being achieved on the political front.

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Pop Star Stirs Capitol Hill

In a visit to Capitol Hill, pop star Jessica Simpson kept the crowd waiting for nearly an hour, didn't answer any questions and, by some accounts, even stood up the president. Joie Chen reports.

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Day 2 Of Assault In Iraq

Through the second day of a major U.S. and Iraqi assault on insurgents in Iraq, 30 terror suspects have been arrested and many weapons have been found. Lara Logan reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on an increase in crude prices, concerns about fuel supplies as Americans prepare for the summer driving season, and a slight drop in mortgage rates.

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Great Debaters

Liberty University's debate program is about a lot more than bragging rights. Steve Hartman reports that it's about winning the culture war ? once and for all.

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Evening News Online

Friday: The prospect for an American troop pull-out from Iraq, a strong stock market, and a look at a top-ranked debate team.

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HealthWatch

Randall Pinkston reports a study finds 2.5M kids are on anti-psychotic drugs, a new test may help identify changes in bird flu, and doctors found a possible health danger linked to the Atkins diet.

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Dr. Blix On Iran Nukes- Part 2

In an exclusive interview with CBS News Up to the Minute contributor Frank Ucciardo, Former U.N. Chief Weapons Inspector Dr. Hans Blix examines the nuclear situation in Iran.

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Rewriting The Science Preview

A leading researcher on climate tells "60 Minutes'" Scott Pelley the White House is restricting what he can say about global warming. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Defending NYC Preview

60 Minutes' Ed Bradley reports on New York City's unprecedented efforts to fight terrorism. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Bradley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Ed Bradley talks about his upcoming report on the New York Police Department, which has taken the unprecedented step of creating its own anti-terrorism unit.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft explains how fertility techniques such as anonymous sperm donation are creating extended families that are now meeting with the help of the Internet.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley talks about Dr. James Hansen, a government scientist who says the White House is trying to control his public appearances because of his work on global warming.

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'Operation Swarmer'

The biggest military operation since the U.S. invaded Iraq is underway north of Baghdad. More than 1,000 U.S. and Iraqi troops are rooting out insurgents in Samarra. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Dr. Blix on Iran Nukes- Part 1

In an exclusive interview with CBS News Up to the Minute contributor Frank Ucciardo, Former U.N. Chief Weapons Inspector Dr. Hans Blix examines the nuclear situation in Iran.

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