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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

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Wednesday: Scientists have discovered the level of nicotine in cigarettes has risen, at least 200 people have been killed since Sunday in Iraq and Allen Pizzey reports on a Lebanese boy's suffering.

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Whistleblower Uses YouTube

A video on YouTube has raised questions about a potential homeland security problem, after an engineer blew the whistle on his employer. Sharyl Attkisson explains.

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A Young Casualty Of War

We know about the losses soldiers suffered in the war in Lebanon, but only now are we coming to understand the suffering of innocent children. Allen Pizzey has one such story.

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Growls About The Growler

The Pentagon is facing criticism for ordering a vehicle that looks like a World War II jeep but comes with a $127,000 price tag. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Deadly Wave Of Attacks In Iraq

Gen. George Casey said Iraqi forces will eventually be able to handle Iraq's security needs. But if the violence of the past week is any indication, that may be optimistic. Mark Strassmann reports

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Ethanol Alternative Overblown?

A new Consumer Reports survey finds that ethanol as a replacement for gasoline may not be the panacea it's cracked up to be. Trish Regan has more.

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Spike In Baghdad Violence

There were two deadly explosions in Baghdad today, killing dozens of people. Despite the spike in bloodshed, U.S. officials say security operations are working. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Rumsfeld Rips Appeasement

CBS News RAW: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said critics of the administration's Iraq and counterterrorism policies are trying to appease "a new type of fascism."

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White House Tackles Critics

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld speaks out against war critics while Vice President Dick Cheney rallied troops in Nebraska. Aleen Sirgany has more.

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Polygamist's Capture In Detail

CBS News RAW: Authorities say polygamist Warren Jeffs was arrested by a Nevada highway patrol trooper and turned over to the FBI. Jeffs, a Mormon leader, is on the bureau's most wanted list.

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