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Monday, August 21, 2006

President Goes On Offensive

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's news conference. Mr. Bush addressed several issues, from Iraq and the crisis in the Middle East to the Connecticut primary results.

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A Big Day For Islam

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk explains why big news will be coming out of Iran on the Islamic holiday of the day Mohammed ascended to heaven and why the fighting in Afghanistan is getting worse.

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Evening News Online

Monday: President Bush stated that he will not pull U.S. troops out of Iraq, the police released new details of the trans-Atlantic terror plot and scientists announced a breakthrough in HIV research.

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Iwo Jima Photographer Dies

Joe Rosenthal, the man who took the most recognized picture during World War II, died at the age of 94. Bob Schieffer reports.

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11 Charged In Terror Plot

Police have searched nearly 70 homes, businesses and cars in the investigation of the foiled trans-Atlantic terror plot. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Reclassifying Of Information

Wyatt Andrews reports on why information about nuclear weapons that was once public, has been reclassified.

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Evaluating War In Mideast

As Lebanon focuses on rebuilding, some Israelis are criticizing how the war was waged. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Bush Holds Firm On Iraq

President Bush repeatedly told reporters that he will not pull U.S. troops out of Iraq. Bill Plante has more.

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11 Charged In Terror Plot

British officials have officially charged 11 suspects in the failed terror plot to bomb U.S.-bound airplanes. Charlie D'Agata has more from London.

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11 Charged In Terror Plot

British officials have officially charged 11 suspects in the failed terror plot to bomb U.S. bound airplanes. Charlie D'Agata has more from London.

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New Trial, Same Saddam

It's a new trial but the same defiant Saddam Hussein. In his second trial, the deposed Iraqi dictator faces charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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President Focuses On Mideast

In his first full news conference in more than a month, President Bush put the spotlight on the fragile cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah, as well as on Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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JonBenet Suspect Heads To U.S.

CBS News RAW: John Mark Karr, the suspect in the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, was escorted from immigration prison in Bangkok, Thailand, to the airport for a flight to the U.S.

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The Nuclear Port Attack Threat

U.S. officials and economists are aware of the potential of a nuclear attack on a U.S. port and the damage it would inflict on the economy. Vince Gonzales reports from Long Beach.

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Pilgrims Shot Dead In Baghdad

Snipers killed at least 20 Shia Muslims as they made their way to a shrine in northern Baghdad. Mark Strassmann has more details.

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