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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Dangers Of Fake Drugs

CBS Evening News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Katie Couric about the dangers of purchasing counterfeit drugs over the internet.

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Rice- Iraq Will Take Time

In an interview with Katie Couric, Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice says ending the violence in Iraq will take time. You can see the full length interview Sunday on "60 Minutes."

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Fake Internet Drug Scheme

Federal prosecutors charged 11 people and an Atlanta-based company in an Internet scheme involving the sale of fake drugs such as Lipitor and Viagra. Jim Stewart has more.

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'The Devil' And Hugo Chavez

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez drew some applause when he called President Bush "the Devil" in his speech to the United Nations. Byron Pitts reports.

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Body Count Mounts In Baghdad

Lara Logan reports on the wave of suicide car bombings, roadside bombs, execution-style killings and attacks on U.S. forces that has swept through Iraq this week.

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Ahmadinejad, Bush At U.N.

President Bush and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad both attended the U.N. general assembly meeting, but they never crossed paths. However, Bill Plante reports both men left resounding messages.

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Schieffer On US Vs. Iran At UN

At the U.N., President Bush said Iran has supported terrorists. Later in the day, Iran's president said the U.S. abuses its power. Bob Schieffer joins Hannah Storm with comments on the showdown.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that short-term interest rates may remain the same through the end of the year, a slump in home construction, and modest growth expected for holiday sales.

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New Judge In Saddam Trail

Only On The Web: Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan discuses the latest developments in Saddam Hussein's trial.

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Two Presidents Worlds Apart

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk examines the speeches President Bush and President Ahmadinejad made at the United Nations on Tuesday.

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Atlantis Cleared For Return

Despite spotting more debris near the shuttle Atlantis, astronauts conducting a heat shield inspection haven't seen any signs of damage that would prevent landing on Thursday. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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NASA IDs 3 More Flying Objects

While working to identify two mysterious objects floating in space outside the space shuttle Atlantis, engineers discovered three additional pieces of debris. NASA officials explain.

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NASA Tries To Identify Object

Space shuttle Atlantis will spend an extra day orbiting Earth until NASA can figure out the origin of the unidentified object that's floating below the spacecraft. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Atlantis Return Delayed

NASA managers ordered Atlantis astronauts to stop landing preparations and delay re-entry 24 hours to give flight controllers additional time to assess an unusual object flying below the shuttle.

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Bush Urges Sanctions On Iran

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that President Bush will continue to press for sanctions against Iran in meetings with other leaders and in his speech to the U.N. general assembly.

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