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Monday, March 20, 2006

Uncertainty Lingers In Iraq

Three years following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, uncertainty and bloodshed are still a way of life. As Lara Logan reports, little has changed despite the efforts to rebuild after Saddam Hussein.

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Evening News Online

Monday: U.S. troops are being investigated over a number of civilian deaths in Iraq, the connection between global warming and storm intensity, and a look at a place where smokers are welcome.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Egypt has confirmed its second human case of the bird flu, the bird flu has also entered Israel, and 25 million doses of the anthrax vaccine won't be available on time.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors will focus on inflation and real estate, OPEC lowered its forecast for world demand, and Sirius radio signs an exclusive deal with Volkswagen and Audi.

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Bush- Support The Troops

CBS News RAW: After his war on terrorism speech at the Club In Cleveland, President Bush answered when a questioner asked what grassroots organizations could do to support his Iraq agenda.

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Election Fallout In Belarus

Belarussian President Aleksander Lukashenko was re-elected in a controversial election, which some have called fraudulent. Beth Knobel reports on the election fallout and the opposition protests.

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Marine Misconduct Investigated

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Baghdad on the continuing violence amid a Shiite pilgrimage. Also, the U.S. military is investigating allegations of Marine misconduct.

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Bush, V.P.- Progress In Iraq

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the Bush administration's campaign to assure voters that progress is being made in Iraq, despite the mounting casualties and ongoing violence.

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FBI Agent Blames Superiors

The agent who arrested Zacarias Moussaoui took the stand at his sentencing trial, claiming the FBI ignored his warnings that Moussaoui was a terrorist. Drew Levinson reports.

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Moussaoui Trial Resumes

Testimony resumed in the sentencing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, after proceedings were put on hold when it was discovered that a government attorney coached witnesses. Drew Levinson reports.

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Iraq- Progress Or Civil War?

President Bush delivers a speech in Cleveland today, trying to drum up support as the U.S. involvement in Iraq enters its fourth year. Susan Roberts reports.

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Star Witness Surprise

The man expected to provide the strongest evidence for putting Zacarias Moussaoui to death instead took aim at his own bosses at the FBI when he took the stand. Jim Stewart reports.

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President Pushes Patience

President Bush acknowledged violence in Iraq during a speech in Cleveland, but also pointed to successful operations in cities such as Tal Afar. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Superstorms And Global Warming

A new study warns more bad weather like the Australian cyclones is on the way for the rest of the world, and says global warming may be to blame. Jim Acosta reports.

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Exclusive- The Insurgency

Time magazine Baghdad bureau chief Michael Ware goes inside the insurgency to provide an exclusive look at the potential for civil war in Iraq.

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U.S. Forces Under Scrutiny

Detailed allegations have emerged from an independent Iraqi human rights group and Iraqi police about a U.S. raid in which they say 11 members of an Iraqi family were killed. Lara Logan reports.

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The Haditha Massacre

An investigation is under way in the deaths of 15 Iraqi civilians in the village of Haditha, where U.S. marines are accused of the killings. Lara Logan reports. Graphic Video.

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Corn As An Alternative Fuel

With oil and gas prices on the rise, consumers looked elsewhere to heat their home. As Lee Cowan reports, many turned to kernels of corn as a source of energy, which is saving them a lot of green.

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Bush & Cheney Defend Iraq War

As anti-war protests took place worldwide, President Bush and Vice President Cheney offered their own verdict of the war in Iraq on the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion. Joie Chen reports.

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PM Blair Faces Heat At Home

Mark Phillips reports on large demonstrations in Europe against the war in Iraq, where in England there are calls for Prime Minister Tony Blair's resignation because of his support for President Bush.

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