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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Bush's Top-Secret Trip

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's surprise trip to Iraq, where he met the new Iraqi prime minister and rallied U.S. troops.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a jittery stock market, a shaky housing market and Kentucky Fried Chicken faces a lawsuit from a consumer group.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Prices are heading higher, taking back Baghdad and Darfur: problems with few answers.

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Cher On Operation Helmet

CBS News RAW: Cher is in Washington, D.C. to highlight an issue close to her heart: better helmets for the troops in Iraq.

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Bush On His Trip To Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush held a press conference at the Rose Garden to discuss his trip to Iraq, where he met Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and U.S. troops.

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Hearing On Hurricane Fraud

More than $1 billion in federal funds intended for victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita was doled out to con artists and thieves, according to a new government report. Wendy Gillette has more.

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'No Zero Violence Expectation'

CBS News RAW: President Bush said during a press conference that there should be no expectation of zero violence in Iraq, and that there are other measures to determine success.

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The Women Of Darfur

Only On The Web: The displaced women of Darfur are often abused and have no rights in the home, but the few foreign-run women's centers in the area provide a safe haven. Lara Logan reports.

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Bush Seeks Stable Iraq

President Bush pledged the United States will stay in war-torn Iraq until the Iraqis can take care of themselves. Meanwhile, the country has been placed under tight security. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Iraq Launches Security Offense

Only On The Web: Lee Cowan reports on the new security crackdown by Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and his overtures to insurgent groups.

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Security Crackdown In Iraq

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki launched the largest security crackdown in Baghdad since the U.S. invasion, with Iraqi forces and coalition troops deployed across the capitol city. Lee Cowan reports.

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Prices Are Heading Higher

The cost of living rose for the third straight month, with the consumer price index rising 0.4 percent in May. Anthony Mason reports that core inflation is at its highest rate in more than a decade.

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Bush Upbeat After Iraq Trip

President Bush was upbeat after his surprise trip to Iraq, saying Americans should have hope ? but gave no timetable for a troop withdrawal. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Taking Back Baghdad

Iraq's government began a police and military crackdown to take back the streets of Baghdad. Lee Cowan reports.

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Where The Money Went

At a hearing, Congress found out what criminals who stole more than $1 billion in Katrina relief aid did with the money. Byron Pitts reports.

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Darfur- Problems, Few Answers

A tiny force from the African Union is all the protection people in Darfur have for now. Lara Logan reports in the second part of her series, "Inside Sudan."

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Bush Makes Surprise Iraq Trip

President Bush slipped away from Camp David and flew to Baghdad, where he met with the new Iraqi Prime Minister. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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The Logistics Of A Secret Trip

President Bush's surprise visit to Iraq was so secret that not even the head of the CIA knew it was happening. Jim Axelrod has more on the logistics.

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Inside The Sudan

Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan begins a new series on the impoverished and extremely dangerous region of Darfur, where 180,000 people have died in an ethnic conflict.

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