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Friday, September 1, 2006

Instability In Lebanon

Only On The Web: Ari Shavit, political columnist for "Haaretz," discusses who 'won' the war in Lebanon with CBS News' Richard Roth.

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A Growing Economy

Only On The Web: Economist Robert Brusca discusses how job growth in August helped to fuel the economy, but did not cause concerns about inflation. Trish Regan reports.

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Campaign For War In Iraq

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on a preview of President Bush's round of speeches that's currently under way. The speeches are aimed at connecting 9/11 with the war in Iraq.

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State Of The Economy

Consumer spending just had its largest index in six months, but polls say a lot of us are still pessimistic about the health of the economy. Vera Gibbons of Kiplinger's explains to Rene Syler.

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Phillips' Top 10 Goof Excuses

Harry Smith reports on CNN anchor Kyra Phillips' appearance on "Late Night with David Letterman." They joked about her on-air goof during a presidential speech.

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Options For Dealing With Iran

Iran ignored a United Nations deadline to halt its nuclear program. Michael O'Hanlon speaks with Hannah Storm about what options the international community has in solving the issue.

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Bush's Iraq PR Blitz

President Bush began a new round of speeches defending the war in Iraq, and once again he linked it to the fight against terrorism. Bill Plante reports.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Ernesto is pummeling the East Coast, the Israeli government receives criticism for its handling of the war, and more and more companies are monitoring their employees' e-mails.

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Big Brother In The Office

An increasing number of companies have begun to monitor employees' e-mails in an effort to promote productivity and prevent trade secrets from being leaked. John Blackstone has more details.

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Vietnam Veterans In Iraq

Some Vietnam veterans are working to rebuild Iraq, hoping that they can make up for the promises that were broken decades ago. Mark Strassmann reports from Baghdad.

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Israel's Blame Game

The Israeli government has come under fierce criticism for the way it handled the war in Lebanon and the soldiers captured by Hezbollah are still missing. Richard Roth reports from Nahariya, Israel.

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Jobless Rate Goes Down

The Labor Department reported that 128,000 jobs were created in August, pushing down the jobless rate by a tenth of a percent. Trish Regan reports how the services industry has buoyed the economy.

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Bush- Struggle Of The Century

CBS News RAW: Addressing a supportive crowd in Utah, President Bush said that critics of his war on his anti-terrorism policies show a "lack of understanding of the nature of the enemy."

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Bush- No Nukes For Iran

CBS News RAW: President Bush reacted to Iran's disregard of the United Nations' deadline for ending its nuclear program. He said Iran must not be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon.

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Iran Defies U.N. On Nukes

Iran's president says his country has the right to pursue a nuclear program, defying the U.N. The U.S. says it will seek a diplomatic solution, but there must be consequences. Wendy Gillette reports.

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