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Friday, June 16, 2006

Timetable For Iraq Withdrawal?

The Congressional debate over the war in Iraq focuses on a timetable for U.S. troop withdrawal. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on stocks' biggest rally in more than two years after manufacturing growth in the northeast beat forecasts and inflation worries eased, and an increase in mortgage rates.

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Evening News Online

Friday: The U.S. warned North Korea not to test a new missile, the outgoing Microsoft chairman will concentrate on philanthropy and helping Darfur has become almost a calling for many Americans.

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Helping Their 'Neighbors'

Help for war-ravaged Darfur is coming from a lot of Americans who've found a new concept of "neighbor." Byron Pitts talks with some of them.

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U.S. Not Disaster-Ready

A new Homeland Security study says the overwhelming majority of 50 states and 75 cities are still ill-equipped to handle a natural or manmade calamity. Bob Orr has the story.

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No Withdrawal Deadline

The House concluded two days of debate by passing a Republican-sponsored resolution that declares Iraq part of the war on terror and rejects a deadline for withdrawing U.S. troops. Lee Cowan reports.

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North Korea Warned On Missile

North Korea could test a missile with the range to reach the West Coast as early as this weekend. David Martin reports that State Department officials have warned the North Koreans not to do it.

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U.S. Response To Darfur

John Prendergast of the International Crisis Group credits the Bush administration's use of the term "genocide" for sparking renewed interest in Africa. Byron Pitts reports.

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New al Qaeda In Iraq Leader

U.S. officials say an Egyptian named Abu Ayub al-Masri, the new head of al Qaeda in Iraq, has a resume of violence that is decades long. Lee Cowan reports.

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Bin Laden's Protege

The new face of terror in Iraq is an Egyptian and was Osama bin Laden's personal choice to succeed Zarqawi. David Martin has more.

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War Debate Heats Up

A non-binding resolution in Congress calls on the United States to stand firm in Iraq and the war on terror. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the two parties' views on the bill.

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