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Sunday, August 6, 2006

Time For A Pullout From Iraq?

Senators Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., and Chris Dodd, D-Conn., assess the situation in Iraq, which they say is spiraling into chaos, prompting questions about a troop pullout. Bob Schieffer talks to both men.

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Free Press Vs. Castro's Press

As government reports surfaced out of Cuba about Fidel Castro's health, Bob Schieffer offers commentary as to why it's always helpful to have a second source on a government's version of news.

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Bringing Order To Baghdad

In an effort to curb the violence in Baghdad, more U.S. troops have been deployed to the capital city to end the bloodshed, but soldiers say Iraqi police also need to chip in. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Lebanon Rejects Ceasefire Plan

A day after the U.S. and France drafted a resolution calling for a Mideast cease-fire, Lebanon rejected that plan because they said it didn't call for an Israeli troop withdrawal. Lee Cowan reports.

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Lebanon Shuns Cease-Fire Deal

As Lebanon endures daily air strikes, the country's parliament rejected a U.N. draft cease-fire deal, because the plan doesn't include a timetable for an Israeli troop pullout. Lee Cowan reports.

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White House's Mideast Strategy

Joie Chen reports on the Bush administration's attempt to end the Mideast crisis, which has many experts and critics wondering if the White House's late attempt to broker peace may backfire.

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Lieberman's Political Dogfight

In just days, Connecticut Democrats will chose between Sen. Joseph Lieberman or Ned Lamont in the primary election. As Tony Guida reports, the contentious race has divided the party.

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Backyard Windmill Power

In suburbs around the country like Mullica Hill, N.J., homeowners are installing windmills in their backyard to not only save money on electric bills, but to make money, too. Michelle Miller explains.

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Sectarian Violence Runs Deep

Sectarian violence has divided Baghdad into two cities ? east Baghdad for Shiites and west Baghdad for Sunnis. Mark Strassmann reports on the chaos that's turned the capital into a killing field.

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L.A. Trade Center Comes Down

CBS News RAW: For the first time in 12 years, Los Angeles had a building implosion in the port city of San Pedro, as the Pacific Trade Center was demolished to make way for a 318-unit tower.

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'An Important Breakthrough'

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Tony Blair welcomed a draft United Nations resolution as likely to inspire a cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah guerrillas within the next few days.

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The Economy After Fidel Castro

When Cuba's Fidel Castro leaves the scene, changes to the economy he shaped could be revolutionary. Jim Acosta reports.

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Power Grids' Backyard Politics

During the recent heat wave and the blackouts they triggered, angry consumers had questions about why utilities haven't been able to keep up with demand. Michelle Miller reports.

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