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Friday, August 25, 2006

MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports the market made slim gains despite a cooling housing market, mortgage rates fell again, and Wall Street is watching Sony and Apple shares after a massive laptop battery recall.

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Baghdad's Silver Lining?

Only On The Web: American troops and Iraqi security forces' efforts seem to be slowing the murder rate in Baghdad. CBS News' Mark Strassmann gives the details behind the numbers.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Six planes were diverted due to security alerts, Ray Nagin gives a tour of New Orleans a year after Hurricane Katrina and two towns are battling over the ice cream sundae's true birthplace.

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Big Day In Space News

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harward explains why Pluto is no longer and planet and looks ahead to the September launch of the space shuttle.

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Nagin Criticizes New York

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin defended the lack of progress after Katrina by pointing fingers at New York's Ground Zero. CBS News' Byron Pitts reports on "60 Minutes," Sunday, Aug. 27, 7 p.m. EDT.

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Pitts' Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts talks about his upcoming "60 Minutes" report on reconstruction efforts in New Orleans. Is Mayor Ray Nagin the right man for the job?

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Ray Nagin On '60 Minutes'

CBS News National correspondent Byron Pitts speaks with New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin about his city's recovery. Watch the full interview on "60 Minutes" Sunday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m. EDT.

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Ray Nagin's New Orleans Tour

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin showed CBS News' Byron Pitts the Lower Ninth Ward one year after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the city. He also made some eye-opening comments.

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Slain Marine Honored

Brooklyn-born Marine Capt. John McKenna IV of Clifton Park, N.Y., was killed in Iraq just outside of Fallujah. WCBS' Tamsen Fadal reports.

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Humanitarian Chief And Lebanon

United Nations Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Jan Egeland discusses the current situation in Lebanon.

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What Were Plotters Planning?

Seven men were arrested last June for allegedly plotting to destroy buildings in Chicago and Miami, including the Sears Tower. CBS News has obtained footage of this alleged cell's activities.

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Army Begins Death Probes

The Army has begun to review hundreds of battlefield deaths in order to ensure the families of the soldiers killed know the true story. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Katrina's Volunteers

While the government continues to receive criticism for its response to Hurricane Katrina, thousands of Americans have devoted their free time to rebuilding the area. Lee Cowan has more.

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High Wycombe's Muslims

Only On The Web: Community leader Mohammed Khaliel talks about the impact the failed terror plot had on the Muslim inhabitants of High Wycombe and describes Tablighi Jamaat.

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Back To School In New Orleans

More than 50 schools in New Orleans are scheduled to reopen by the end of the month. That's only half the number before the storm, but more than many thought possible a year ago. Lee Cowan reports.

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Real Progress In Iraq?

The top U.S. military commander in the Middle East said he remains optimistic about Iraq. Mark Strassmann has a CBS News exclusive report.

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