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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Medicare Coverage Gap

The Medicare Part-D program provides prescriptions drug coverage to millions of older Americans, but the plan has been riddled with problems. Wyatt Andrews reports on another one.

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Big Business Administration?

Many government contracts intended for small companies instead are going to some of the biggest corporate names in America. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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More Troops To Baghdad

President Bush and the Iraqi prime minister have a new plan to move more U.S. troops into Baghdad. David Martin reports on where those extra troops will come from.

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No Cease-Fire In Mideast

The crisis conference of American, European and Arab diplomats broke up without agreeing on what action should be taken regarding the war in the Middle East. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Saddam Back In Court

Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was back in court for the first time since a hunger strike put him in the hospital. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Air Raid Kills 4 U.N. Workers

The Israeli campaign against Hezbollah in southern Lebanon has left four U.N. peacekeepers dead. Secretary General Kofi Annan said the air strike appeared to be deliberate. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Awards For Big Businesses?

Only On The Web: Calvin Jenkins of the Office of Government Contracts and Business Development addressed concerns about awards for large corporations that should have gone to small businesses.

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Benefits For Big Business

Only On The Web: Sharyl Attkisson spoke to Rep. Nydia Velazquez, D-N.Y., the top Democrat on the House Small Business Committee, about government contracts that are going to large corporations.

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Baghdad Public Safety Crisis

Only On The Web: Mark Strassmann reports from Baghdad on the latest developments in Saddam Hussein's trial, and President Bush's meeting with Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: No cease-fire in the Middle East, Andrea Yates found not guilty and a Medicare coverage gap.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that children with obesity-related diabetes are at risk for kidney failure by middle age, C-T scans may not be so accurate, and Japan could resume beef imports to the U.S.

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Rice Made Good Move In Lebanon

Ambassador Philip Wilcox Jr. (Ret.), President for the Foundation for Middle East Peace, discusses whether or not a cease fire is possible sooner rather than later.

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The Longest Wait

The wait for an organ transplant is leading thousands of patients to the Internet in search of strangers willing to donate their organs. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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New Marching Orders For Iraq

Standing beside the Iraqi prime minister, President Bush announced a new security plan that will try to stem the rising sectarian violence in Baghdad. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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