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Thursday, August 3, 2006

Rumsfeld On Situation In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Peter Pace discuss the sectarian violence in Iraq.

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Grim Assessment Of Iraq

The American general in charge of the war in Iraq told Congress that the country is heading toward civil war if the violence cannot be contained. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Baghdad's Spiral Of Death

The immediate objective in Iraq is to bring some semblance of order to Baghdad. But as Mark Strassmann reports, there was more violence and turmoil in the capital city.

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Reinventing AOL

America Online is laying of 5,000 people, more than a quarter of its workforce. As Anthony Mason reports, the company is trying to switch to a mostly free service.

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The Longest Battle

Many U.S. troops wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan would have died on the battlefield in previous conflicts. As David Martin reports, those who survive terrible wounds may face even longer battles.

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CBS's Dozier Leaves Hospital

After having suffered serious wounds from an IED explosion in Iraq, CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier has left the hospital after undergoing 12 surgeries. Bob Schieffer has more on her condition.

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Israel Takes Aim At Hezbollah

Despite diplomatic efforts to broker a cease-fire, Israel and Hezbollah are now in their fourth week of hostilities. Allen Pizzey reports on renewed Israeli air strikes in Lebanon.

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Revamping The Briefing Room

About 35 yeas ago, President Nixon covered the White House swimming pool to make space for reporters. Now, President Bush has decided it's time for a much-needed renovation. Jim Axelrod reports.

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'Phase Two' In Baghdad

Only On The Web: Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli tells CBS News' Mark Strassmann about "Phase Two," the next step for U.S. troops in Baghdad.

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CBS' Dozier Walking Again

Only On The Web: CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier, wounded in an attack in Iraq on Memorial Day, recently walked under the watch of her physical therapist, Amy Jones.

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Money Minute

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street is reducing energy use, investors are confused by an interest rate outlook, and Time Warner's AOL is unveiling free service.

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Commanders Sound Alarm On Iraq

A top U.S. military commander says Iraq could slide into a civil war. Gwen Belton reports on the bold statement, which came during a contentious Senate committee hearing.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Grim assessment of Iraq, power problems and the longest battle.

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Health Minute

Meg Oliver reports many obese people lie about their eating habits, a new suspected bird flu outbreak has Indonesians on edge, and researchers may know what governs gambling behavior.

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Health Minute

Meg Oliver reports that doctors have found health issues related to debris at ground zero, veterans are more likely to suffer mild memory problems, and President Bush passes his annual physical.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on inflation fears, new sales figures that places Toyota as the new No. 2 in the U.S. car market, energy prices and upcoming earning profit report cards.

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A War Widow's Pain

Only On The Web: Master Sgt. Jeff McLochlin was killed in Afghanistan last month, less than a year before he was to retire from the military. His wife, Nicholle, speaks about the aftermath.

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