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Friday, August 4, 2006

Critical Baghdad Crackdown

U.S. commanders are prepared to launch a crackdown on violence in Baghdad neighborhoods. However, they must first contend with supporters of an Iraqi militant. Mark Strassmann reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the expected report on how many jobs were created in July, strong numbers from retailers help buoy stocks, and Apple's rising profits by offering iPod controls in cars.

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Mideast Conflict Spills Over?

Only On The Web: Mark Strassmann spoke to Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli about the U.S. Army's concerns over how the Israel-Hezbollah conflict may have repercussions in Iraq.

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Actor On 'World Trade Center'

Only On The Web: Actor Jon Bernthal speaks about his role in "World Trade Center" and his feelings about Oliver Stone's movie about Sept. 11.

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Unemployment Rate Rises

Only On The Web: Trish Regan reports that the government's July jobs report showed weaker than expected growth, but that's not necessarily bad news.

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Lebanon Talks To Step Up

Only On The Web: Alan Pizzey reports on the latest exchange between the Israeli army and Hezbollah guerillas. Despite diplomatic efforts, the war still has a long way to go, Pizzey says.

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Iraqis Rally For Lebanon

Only On The Web: Mark Strassmann reports from Baghdad that tens of thousands rallied in support of Lebanon and Hezbollah and against Israel and the U.S.

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Weekend Roundup, 8.4.06

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including civilian carnage in Lebanon and Israel, a top General's warning on Iraq and a brutal summer heat wave in the U.S.

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Jon Bernthal On 'WTC,' 'Class'

Jon Bernthal stars in the new movie, "World Trade Center," and joins Russ Mitchell to discuss his roles on the big-screen and in the new CBS comedy "The Class," which premieres this fall.

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Gloomy Predictions For Iraq

Americans see the pictures out of Iraq and hear the number of causalities everyday, but it may come as a shock hearing the grim news from top U.S. generals. Thalia Assuras reports.

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War In Lebanon Expands

Israel expanded its air war, and at least three people died in Israel from Hezbollah rockets. But as Lee Cowan reports, the worst attack was an Israeli strike on what witnesses say was a farm.

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Wounded Troops Left Behind?

When soldiers return from war with life-altering wounds, most of us would agree they deserve the best care available for as long as it's needed. But as David Martin reports, they don't always get it.

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Mass Exodus Looming In Cuba?

A Cuban exile leader said he's getting a flotilla of boats "ready to go" in case Fidel Castro dies. As Jim Acosta reports, U.S. officials worry those boats might return loaded with Cuban refugees.

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Pension Bill's Pros And Cons

Congress sent President Bush a bill designed to protect the pensions many American workers rely on. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, it may also mean fewer workers will be offered pensions in the future.

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Iraqis Show Hezbollah Support

Tens of thousands of followers of the radical Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr took to the streets of Baghdad to show support for the Hezbollah militants fighting in Lebanon. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Thousands Flee Texas Homes

In El Paso, Texas, fears of flooding prompted the evacuation of about 2,000 people. Gov. Rick Perry has declared the area a disaster, reports Susan McGinnis.

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Senators Question Rumsfeld

Lawmakers are getting the chance to ask Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld tough questions about the war in Iraq in an Armed Services Committee hearing. Susan Roberts reports.

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Hezbollah Leader Offers Deal

After battering northern Israel with more than 150 rockets in a matter of minutes, Hezbollah's leader offered to stop if Israel's armed forces halt their advance. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush On Border Security

CBS News RAW: In a speech in Mission, Texas, President Bush said he will spend what's needed to improve border security.

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