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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Bird Flu Coming To Our Shores?

Bob Schieffer interviews Interior Secretary Gale Norton about bird flu coming to America's shores.

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Re-thinking The Fight

A new counter-insurgency doctrine for U.S. troops in Iraq says less is more when it comes to using force and making promises. David Martin reports.

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Iraq Analysis

White House correspondent Jim Axelrod, national political correspondent Gloria Borger and chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan discuss the current situation in Iraq.

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Bush Takes Iraq Questions

In a White House news conference, the president said that despite ongoing violence, he remains confident of victory in Iraq. As Jim Axelrod reports, he suggested the threat of civil war has lessened.

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Purple Heart By Right

Only On The Web: Leo Bach tells John Blackstone how he felt about receiving the U.S. military?s Purple Heart more than 60 years after serving in World War II.

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Nagin- New Orleans Must Decide

CBS News RAW: New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin remained steadfast in his commitment that the residents, not the federal government, should decide where and how they want to rebuild in the city.

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Training Dogs To Smell Terror

At the ATF training facility, agents are teaching canines to sniff out explosives that the human eye might miss. Aleen Sirgany reports on how these dogs are helping in the war on terrorism.

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Bush Envisions Success In Iraq

Hoping to turn around public opinion, President Bush held his second news conference of the year and answered questions about Iraq following an insurgent jail break. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Iraq Is Not In Civil War

CBS News RAW: During a press conference, President Bush said Iraq is not in a civil war. He also said he sees progress in the country and added that he did not want to go to war, but had to.

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Bush- Iraq Is On Right Track

Only On The Web: Despite the daily pictures of violence and mayhem, President Bush sought patience from the public saying Iraq is progressing slowly in such cities as Tal Afar.

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In Iraq- Jail Break, Haditha

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports on several issues in Iraq, including an insurgent jail break in Muqdadiyah, in which 17 police officers were killed, and the Haditha massacre probe.

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The President And Helen Thomas

CBS News RAW: President Bush had a feisty exchange during his press conference Tuesday with veteran journalist Helen Thomas, an outspoken critic of his war policies.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports convicted banker Frank Quattrone is getting a new trial, the Federal Reserve may increase short-term interest rates, and investors are keeping an eye on Oracle and Nike.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports the government expects the bird flu to arrive in the U.S. this year, African-American women are more likely to die from breast cancer, and a study qualifies smoking-related deaths.

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Low Poll Numbers

CBS News Political Analyst Craig Crawford discusses why the President's poll numbers are so low concerning the war in Iraq.

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Examining Our Three Years

CBS News Military Analyst Jeff McCausland looks back on our three years in Iraq and what the future could bring.

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Revolution To Come?

CBS News Analyst Stephen Cohen examines whether or not a democratic revolution will come from the Belarus elections.

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Bush- Iraq Has Improved

Despite the violence in Iraq, President Bush says he sees reason for hope three years after the war began. Bill Plante reports Mr. Bush says Americans should look beyond the deaths.

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2nd Probe Of Marines In Iraq

In Iraq, there was a deadly jailbreak north of Baghdad. Also, there's an investigation into the case of U.S. Marines accused of carrying out a civilian massacre. Lara Logan reports.

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Assessing Iraq 3 Years Later

David Frum, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, who co-wrote "An End To Evil" with one of the key players in the war in Iraq, assesses what's gone right and wrong in the U.S.-led invasion.

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Administration Firm On Iraq

Despite the violence still raging in Iraq after three years, President Bush insists his war strategy is working. Bill Plante reports on Vice President Dick Cheney's take on the subject.

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Moussaoui Trial Analysis

Court TV's Savannah Guthrie offers analysis into the Zacarias Moussaoui trial, which is set to resume after it was held up for a week when a government attorney was accused of coaching witnesses.

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