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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the government is set to release the August wholesale inflation report, confidence among homebuilders continues to fall, and Dell plans on hiring 1,100 new employees.

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Notebook- Muslims React

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses the fallout from the Pope's remarks on Islam.

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First Look- United Nations

Only On The Web: Chief White House Correspondent Jim Axelrod gives a behind-the-scenes look at tonight's developing story: President Bush's address to the U.N. General Assembly.

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Eye To Eye- Tzipi Livni

Only On The Web: Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni talks with Katie Couric about efforts to negotiate peace in the region, and what the future holds for Israel.

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Muslims- Pope Must Bridge Gap

Comments on Islam by Pope Benedict have sparked angry demonstrations by Muslims around the world. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, many are calling for the Pope to make amends.

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Muslim Anger At Pope

The Rev. Jonathan Morris, vice-rector of the Legionnaires of Christ Seminary in Rome, CBS News Middle East analyst Reza Aslan and Julie Chen discuss the Muslim reaction to Pope Benedict's remarks.

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Gridlock On Terror Bill

Bill Plante reports on the Bush administration's desire for explicit assurances in the law for the interrogation of terrorist suspects, while the Senate wants no changes in the Geneva Convention.

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Rice On Iran, Terror Bill

Harry Smith speaks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about U.S. relations with Iran, who is at odds with the U.S. over its nuclear program. Rice also addresses other issues.

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Possibilities for Atlantis

CBS News Space Analyst Bill Harwood evaluates possible options for the astronauts, NASA and Shuttle Atlantis.

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Missouri Senate Race Heats Up

The Missouri Senate race is a dead-heat brawl, and Democrats believe that key issues such as minimum wage, stem cell research and the war will bring out their voters. Gloria Borger reports.

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Scrutiny Over Rendition

The U.S. is receiving new scrutiny in the war on terror with the practice of rendition. Armen Keteyian speaks with Maher Arar, a Canadian man who claims to be a victim of this procedure.

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Atlantis Landing Postponed

NASA is struggling to determine the origin of two unidentified objects floating below the Shuttle Atlantis and whether it's safe to bring the shuttle and its six astronauts home. Bob Orr reports.

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freeSpeech- Eugene Robinson

Eugene Robinson, an associate editor and columnist for The Washington Post, speaks about his mixed feelings towards Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

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Tortured Detainee Speaks Out

Only On The Web: Armen Keteyian interviews Canadian Maher Arar, who was detained at a New York airport and sent to Syria, where he was tortured, according to a Canadian government report.

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Bush- 'Stand Up For Peace'

President Bush urged world leaders to "stand up for peace" and pushed for support for efforts to expand democracy in the Mideast during his address to the U.N. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Bush Addresses Mideast At U.N.

CBS News RAW: At the United Nations General Assembly, President Bush called on Iran to abandon its nuclear weapons' ambitions, and on Hamas to abandon terror tactics.

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Rumors Of Coup In Thailand

CBS News RAW: Nick Young reports there's news of an alleged coup coming out of Bangkok. Tanks have been deployed onto the streets and have surrounded the Government House.

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Budapest Protest Turns Violent

Protesters clashed with police and stormed the headquarters of Hungarian state television in an explosion of anger over a leaked recording on the state of the economy. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Sketch Of Kidnapper Released

Authorities released a sketch of the woman suspected of slashing a young mother's throat and taking her baby. The FBI believes the suspect may have desperately wanted a child. Tracie Strahan reports.

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World Leaders At U.N. Meeting

Leaders from around the world are set to converge on New York City for an annual event that is sure to be a key component in the structuring of President Bush's global agenda. Susan Roberts reports.

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Outrage Over Pope's Remarks

Only On The Web: The Muslim Public Affairs Committee's Asghar Bukhari discusses why Muslims are so upset with the pope's remarks on Islam.

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