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Sunday, September 17, 2006

Housing Market Woes

While economists predict that the economy will continue to expand, there are growing fears of a recession caused by soaring energy costs and a sagging housing market. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Pope Expresses Regret

Pope Benedict XVI expressed regret for the reaction his remarks on Islam caused, but did not issue an outright apology for making them. Mark Phillips has more details.

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The Week That Wasn't

Bob Schieffer says that five years after 9/11 and the president is having a hard time selling his policy to Americans, including those in his own party.

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Interrogation Word Play

National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley talks about the administration's problems with the wording of the Geneva Conventions.

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Senators On Interrogation

Senators Carl Levin, Arlen Specter and Lindsey Graham on what can be done to solve the torture definition debate.

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Interrogation Techniques

Sen. Lindsey Graham warns Bob Schieffer about going down the road to redefining the Geneva Conventions.

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1978- Camp David Accords

This Week In History: The Camp David Accords were signed at the White House by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sept. 17, 1978.

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Muslims Demand Apology

Muslims around the world are demanding that the pope apologize for remarks he made about Islam and its founder. Two West Bank churches were attacked in protest. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Angry Pope Protest

CBS News RAW: Muslims marched through the streets of Srinagar, India, shouting anti-pope slogans in response to Pope Benedict XVI's recent speech, which cited anti-Islamic comments.

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