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Friday, September 15, 2006

Lonelygirl15 Revealed

Over 2 million people go online each day to watch "Lonely Girl 15." Jessica Rose, the actress who plays the Internet character, speaks with Harry Smith.

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Weekend Roundup, 9.15.06

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the fifth anniversary of 9/11, terror legislation, the shooting in Montreal, and massive job cuts at Ford.

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Civilian Casualties In Iraq

Only On The Web: More than 600 civilians working for private contractors have died in Iraq. Ray Stannard, a civilian driver who nearly lost his life in Baghdad, tells his story.

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Will President Bush Veto?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports it was an embarrassing division where the White House was hoping for unity. The president's anti-terror bill was rejected by the Senate.

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Ford- Jobs Cuts 'Realistic'

CBS News RAW: President Mark Fields commented on his automotive company's decision to fire thousands of its North American employees. Fields calls the cuts "realistic."

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Man On The Zune

CBS News RAW: Robbie Bach, president of the entertainment devices division of Microsoft, talks about Zune, a portable multimedia device that includes wireless Internet and an FM tuner.

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Showdown On Terror Bill

President Bush pushed Congress to support his legislation outlining new policies for interrogating and trying terror suspects. Susan Roberts reports from Washington.

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Bush Defends Terror Bill

CBS News Raw: Facing harsh criticism, President Bush urged Congress to support legislation outlining new strategies for interrogating and trying terror suspects.

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Bush On Geneva Convention

CBS News RAW: NBC reporter David Gregory asked President Bush to comment on other nations' interpretation of the guidelines set out by the Geneva Convention.

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Ney Agrees To Plead Guilty

CBS News RAW: Ohio Congressman Robert W. Ney has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit honor services fraud, and other charges, according to Assistant Attorney General Alice Fischer.

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U.S. Foes Meet In Havana

Only On The Web: The presidents of Iran, Venezuela and Zimbabwe joined leaders from 118 developing countries at the nonaligned summit in Havana, Cuba. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Ford Outlines Job Cuts

Ford wants to cut one-third of its workforce and will offer buyouts or early retirement to its 75,000 hourly workers in the U.S. Anthony Mason reports on the effects the lost jobs will have.

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Bush Pushes Back On Terror

President Bush pushed back hard at critics of his war on terror. As Jim Axelrod reports, he started by issuing an ominous warning

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Gov. Anne Richards Remembered

The former Texas governor and Democratic firebrand died of esophageal cancer at the age of 73. Morley Safer remembers.

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freeSpeech- Michael Gerson

The former speechwriter and policy advisor to President Bush sounds off on what can be done to stop the genocide in Darfur.

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Terror Informant Speaks Out

An Arab American was recruited to infiltrate a terror cell and wound up blowing the lid off a New York City plot. Chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian has the story of what happened next.

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