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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Reality Check At The Border

One month after the President ordered thousands of National Guard soldiers to the border, Kelly Cobiella looks at whether they're deterring illegal immigration.

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Rebuilding Southern Sudan

Lara Logan reports on how residents in southern Sudan are trying to rebuild their lives after more than two decades of war.

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Beginning Of End Of Al Qaeda?

As the U.S. military reveals the identity of al Qaeda in Iraq's new leader, documents reveal that the group is in crisis. Also, the number of U.S. deaths hits a new milestone. Susan Roberts reports.

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Zarqawi's Successor?

CBS News RAW: At a military briefing in Baghdad, Maj. Gen. William Caldwell released the name of who the Defense Department believes is Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's successor in Iraq.

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Congress To Debate Iraq Troops

With the midterm elections on the horizon, Republicans and Democrats are preparing to take part in a political battle to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Operation Jump Start

Lieutenant General Steven Blum explains to Kelly Cobiella that the National Guard is the perfect force to help American customs and border patrol agents because of their familiarity with the region.

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Bush Signs Miners Act

CBS News RAW: With Randall McCloy, the only survivor of the Sago Mine tragedy, on hand, President Bush signed the Miners Act, which requires mine operators to take extra safety measures.

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Girl Found 12 Years Later

After 10 years, a missing 12-year-old girl has been found in South Carolina. Police officials say her father kidnapped her. WSPA's Craig Beatty reports.

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Next Generation Al Qaeda Iraq

CBS News Military Analyst and Retired Army Col. Mitch Mitchell eamines the new leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Ayyub al-Masri and the insurgency.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Gates to step aside, new al Qaeda leader in Iraq and reality check at the border.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on United Airlines' plan to eliminate jobs, the percentage of Americans' salaries going towards mortgage payments and an ethanol producer's debut on Wall Street.

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'No Pets Left Behind'

Following a background report about Hurricane Katrina's impact on pets and a possible Congressional bill on the matter, Dr. Debbye Turner has disaster preparation tips for pet owners.

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Bush Apologizes To Reporter

CBS News RAW: President Bush unwittingly joked with legally blind reporter Peter Wallsten about wearing sunglasses during a news conference. Mr. Bush later apologized.

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Inflation Making A Comeback

Inflation is making a comeback. For the third month, consumer prices are on the rise, which means another interest rate hike may be coming. Financial analyst Greg McBride speaks with Harry Smith.

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Al Qaeda Documents Revealed

The Iraqi government says it can defeat al Qaeda In Iraq thanks to documents found following the death of their former leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Lee Cowan reports.

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Logan On Darfur, Afghanistan

CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan speaks about her report on the crisis in Sudan and the news from Kandahar, Afghanistan, where a bus bomb attack killed 10 people.

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Humanitarian Crisis In Darfur

A region in Africa known as Darfur is suffering the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan shines a light on the problem.

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Bush Returns From Baghdad

President Bush is back at the White House, one day after he made a surprise trip to Iraq to show his support for Iraq's new prime minister and the U.S. troops. Bill Plante reports.

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Turning The Page In Iraq?

Harry Smith speaks to President Bush's counselor, Dan Bartlett, about the new government in Iraq and the prospects for peace.

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