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Monday, September 18, 2006

Pope Fallout Continues

Pope Benedict's apology failed to appease many Muslims, as protests continued throughout the world. Meanwhile, al Qaeda issued a threat against the pope and "worshippers of the cross."

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Still No Anthrax Answers

Five years after the start of a series of anthrax attacks, the FBI says it's no closer to solving a mystery that left five people dead. Jim Stewart has more.

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E. Coli Outbreak Cause Unknown

The government confirmed cases of E. coli in 21 states. One person is dead and 113 have gotten sick. John Blackstone says finding the source of the contamination of the bagged spinach isn't easy.

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Muslim Anger Continues

Pope Benedict says he's deeply sorry for the reaction triggered by his remarks on Islam last week. But as Mark Phillips reports, anger has not subsided in much of the Islamic world.

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freeSpeech- Irshad Manji

Irshad Manji, a best-selling Muslim author, says Pope Benedict should not have apologized for his remarks about her religion and says he was only trying to set up a dialogue with the Muslim world.

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'Stress-Inducing' Techniques

David Martin speaks with former CIA official John Brennan about the so-called "stress-inducing" techniques used in interrogations of terror subjects.

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Interrogation Compromise Near?

President Bush and Congress are getting closer to finding a compromise on the proposed rules for interrogating terror suspects. Bob Schieffer has more.

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First Lady Fights Illiteracy

First lady Laura Bush kicks off the first-ever White House conference on global literacy at the New York Public Library.

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Protests Over Pope's Remarks

The firestorm continues over remarks made by Pope Benedict. He has said he is "deeply sorry" if he offended Muslims. However, Mark Phillips reports that might not be enough.

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Eye To Eye- King Abdullah II

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks with Jordan's King Abdullah II about the war on terror and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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First Look- Pope's Remarks

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and senior producer Marc Rosenwasser discuss Pope Benedict's remarks on Islam and tonight's freeSpeech with Irshad Manji, author of "The Trouble with Islam Today."

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street awaits word on interest rates, expected report on August housing starts, and economic recovery in the airline industry may be hitting a snag. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Space Tourist's First Day

Hours after space tourist Anousheh Ansari began her journey from Kazakhstan, the International Space Station experienced a temporary scare. Beth Knobel reports.

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Smoke Scare On Space Station

CBS News RAW: This morning, astronauts at the International Space Station reported smelling smoke. It turned out to be potassium hydroxide. NASA's Mike Suffredini explains.

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The New Season- At The Movies

From Oscar contenders to big budget blockbusters, the fall movie season should have something for everyone. Meanwhile, the trend of action and special effects-driven films continues.

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Barack Obama In Iowa

Sen. Barack Obama attended Sen. Tom Harkin's Steak Fry, which has been the traditional starting point for many Democratic presidential candidates over the last 30 years.

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Freedom Tower's Tenants

New York state officials announced that they will rent half of the office space in the Freedom Tower. Jim Axelrod visited ground zero to check on the progress being made.

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