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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Turkish Explosion Kills 7

CBS News RAW: At least seven people were killed and 10 injured after an explosion rocked the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir. Police are looking into the possibility of a package bomb.

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Another Al Qaeda Tape Surfaces

While Americans observed the fifth anniversary of Sept. 11, al Qaeda did as well. Alison Harmelin reports on a previously unseen tape of Osama bin Laden and his deputies aired by al Jazeera TV.

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Clintons Vote In Primary

CBS News RAW: Former Pres. Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-New York) were greeted by the media when they showed up to vote at a local school near their home in Chappaqua, N.Y.

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Chertoff On Post-9/11 Security

CBS News RAW: Homeland Security Sec. Michael Chertoff speaks before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the changes to counter-terrorism since Sept. 11, 2001.

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Astronauts Make Major Progress

Space shuttle Atlantis astronauts have made progress in their work to expand the international space station. Gwen Belton reports, Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper now joins an elite group of women.

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Couric's Notebook- The U.N.

Only On The Web: Today the United Nations opened the 61st session of its general assembly. Katie Couric says despite its past failings the U.N. is still relevant.

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Eye To Eye- Thomas Kean

Only On The Web: Former New Jersey Governor and 9/11 Commission Co-Chairman Thomas Kean discusses the state of America's security with Katie Couric.

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Violence Increases In Baghdad

Only On The Web: CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan explains why Baghdad has become one of the most dangerous place to live in Iraq.

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Redneck Fishing Tournament

Only On The Web: Mark Schumacher and Tim Daniels, contestants in the redneck fishing tournament in Bath, Ill., give Steve Hartman a lesson in Asian carp fishing without a pole.

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President Bush's 9/11 Speech

After a day of solemn remembrance, President Bush tried to reach for that sense of shared purpose that the nation felt after the 9/11 attacks. Bill Plante reports on the president's speech.

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9/11- Fifth Plane Terror Alert

CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric got an exclusive interview with the pilot and co-pilot of Delta flight 1989, which was not taken over by terrorists on 9/11 ? but had a wild ride.

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Breaking Down Bush's Speech

Ana Marie Cox, Washington editor for Time.com, speaks with Julie Chen about President Bush's 9/11 speech. Cox calls it repetitive and not reflective.

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Shanksville 9/11 Ceremony

President Bush presents a wreath to honor the heroic passengers of United flight 93, during a 9/11 memorial ceremony in Shanksville, Pa.

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9/11's Impact On Travel

After 9/11, many Americans were reluctant to travel, but that seems to be changing. Dave Price spoke with American tourists in London to find out how they're dealing with the terrorism threat.

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New York Back In Business

John Duffy, CEO of a Wall Street firm, suffered personal and professional losses on 9/11. Five years later, his company is doing well, but he and his family still feel the pain. Harry Smith reports.

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