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Thursday, September 14, 2006

Bush's Terror Detainee Battle

President Bush is coming up against some tough opposition from members of his own party on his plan for trying terror suspects before special military tribunals. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Couric's Notebook- Politics

Only On The Web: After President Bush's controversial speech on the 9/11 anniversary sparked a game of political football, Katie Couric calls for party leaders to call a time out.

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2 U.S. Soldiers Die In Attack

A suicide bomber attacked a U.S. military position near Baghdad, killing two soldiers and wounding 25 others. Susan Roberts has more details.

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More Blood In Baghdad

While the deadly assaults spiral out of control in Iraq, the country's deputy prime minister is in Washington to focus on the future of the war torn nation. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush On Legal Clarity For CIA

CBS News RAW: President Bush said his closed meeting with House GOP members focused on providing legal clarity for personnel working to garner information about future attacks against the U.S.

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Bush To No. Korea- Ditch Nukes

CBS News Raw: During a meeting with South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun, President Bush says North Korean President Kim Jong-Il should verifiably get rid of his nuclear weapon program.

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Remembering Ann Richards

Former Texas Gov. Ann Richards, who died Wednesday night of esophageal cancer, said she entered politics to help women and minorities who were often ignored. Alison Harmelin looks back at her life.

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Bush On GOP Meeting

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on his meeting with legislators after joining them in a House GOP conference.

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Atlantis Crew Makes Progress

The crew of the space shuttle Atlantis installed two solar panels on the international space station, accomplishing a major part of their mission. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Barbara Bush On Segway

CBS News RAW: Former first lady Barbara Bush was filmed riding a Segway in Kennebunkport, Maine. In 2003, President Bush took a tumble while riding his Segway. He was not injured.

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Ann Richards Dies From Cancer

Former Texas Gov. Ann Richards died Wednesday night after a battle with esophageal cancer. She was 73. Nancy Holland of KHOU reports on her career.

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Clooney On Darfur

ShowBuzz RAW: Actor George Clooney addressed the United Nations Security Council, asking members to take action to stop genocide in Sudan's Darfur region.

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Eye To Eye- John McCain

Only On The Web: Katie Couric spoke to Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., about his support for terror-detainee legislation that President Bush has vowed to block.

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First Look- Military Tribunals

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and "CBS Evening News" executive producer Rome Hartman share details of tonight's stories, including the controversy over military tribunals.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the expected August retail sales report, a rise in home foreclosures, and a study that shows drinkers bring home more money than non-drinkers.

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LonelyGirl15's Real Identity

She was an Internet star who attracted millions of people to her online video diary. It turns out she was an actress ? not a lonely teenage girl. Bianca Solorzano explains.

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No End To Baghdad Violence?

U.S. forces in Baghdad are now fighting two wars ? one against the ongoing insurgency and the other against the death squads that seem intent on causing civil war. Lara Logan reports.

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Stabilizing A Fragile Iraq

Michael O'Hanlon, a foreign policy expert, speaks with Harry Smith about the fragile coalition government in Iraq. Many fear sectarian violence could increase and send the country into chaos.

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Debate Over Gitmo Suspects

President Bush is going to push Congress for tools he says he needs to fight the war on terrorism. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, the debate is over what rights Gitmo detainees should have at trial.

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AOL's 'Gold Rush' For $2M

The Internet reality game "Gold Rush" debuts on AOL today. Julie Chen speaks with creator Mark Burnett and host Mark Steins about how participants can compete for $2 million in gold bars.

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Schieffer On Primary Politics

CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer joins Harry Smith to discuss Tuesday's primaries, including the win by Sen. Lincoln Chafee, R-R.I., and the odds of Democrats winning the House.

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New Automotive Safety Device

The government is set to require that all cars and trucks have electronic stability control. Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen talks with Hannah Storm about this safety device.

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