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Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Army Col. On Dozier's Recovery

On the day CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier headed back to the United States, U.S. Army Col. Bryan Gamble speaks about her current condition and what will be the next steps in her recovery.

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Dozier Returns Home

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier is on her way back to the United States more than a week after being wounded by a car bomb in Iraq. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Anti-Terror Funding Hearings

Former members of the 9/11 Commission came before a House Homeland Security committee to push for extra funding in high-risk areas like New York and Washington, D.C. Meg Oliver reports.

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Are U.S. Troops Outgunned?

There's growing concern that U.S. troops in Iraq may be outgunned, including questions about the stopping power of ammunition used by the M-16 rifle. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Haditha Worries Top Marine

The Marine Corps' top general returned from Baghdad and told reporters he is gravely concerned about allegations that Marines in Iraq killed innocent civilians in cold blood. David Martin has more.

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VA Head Faces Grilling

The head of the VA is being called back to Capitol Hill on Thursday and he's expected to get another scalding. Bob Orr also reports that the government is making little headway tracking down the data.

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Dozier Is Back Home

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier, wounded in a car bomb attack in Iraq on Memorial Day, is back in the United States. Bob Schieffer has more.

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Canadian Terror Plot

New details suggest the Canadian terror plot foiled last weekend was even broader and more deadly than previously believed. Cynthia Bowers has more from Toronto.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's stories: Two girls, both children of drug addicts, tell their stories and struggle to help their moms; how to save big bucks on student loans, and high-tech gift ideas for Father's Day.

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Kimberly Dozier Leaves Germany

Injured CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier was placed on a military plane this morning, headed back to the United States. Sheila MacVicar reports on her condition.

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Canadian Terror Suspects' Plan

More details were released about the alleged plan of 15 terrorism suspects who were arrested in Canada. Their plan is said to have included beheading Canada's prime minister, reports Cynthia Bowers.

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GOP Keeps Calif. District

A vacated Southern California congressional seat remained in Republicans' hands after lobbyist Brian Bilbray staved off a furious challenge by his Democratic opponent. Jerry Bowen reports.

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Schieffer On Calif. Election

Eight states held primaries June 6, but most of the focus was on a special congressional election in California. Bob Schieffer shares his insights on the election with Hannah Storm.

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Dozier Arrives Back In U.S.

CBS News RAW: Correspondent Kimberly Dozier flew in from Germany to Andrews Air Force base in Maryland after being wounded in Iraq. She remains in a critical but stable condition.

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Soldier Says Iraq War Illegal

CBS News RAW: First Lt. Ehren Watada of the U.S. Army appeared via video screen to explain why he is refusing to go to Iraq to fight with his unit.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Haditha worries top Marine, are U.S. troops outgunned? And Dozier is back home.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the "Bernanke Factor" sent stocks lower for a second day, Northwest Airlines flight attendants have rejected a pay cut package, and there may be hope for General Motors.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Federal Reserve chairman's Ben Bernanke's speech on inflation, GM's shareholders meeting, Maxim's gamble in Sin City and the rising number of mp3 players at weddings.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Terror suspects' alleged plot, filling America's teaching void and Road Rage disease?

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Bracing For Terrorism Attack?

Anti-terrorism officials in the United States are putting out a warning after 17 alleged terrorists were arrested in Canada. Jim Stewart reports, and Hannah Storm speaks with Randy Larsen.

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