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Thursday, September 21, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wal-Mart's new healthcare plan for employees, short term interest rates hold steady, Hewlett-Packard's alleged illegal probe into leaks from its boardroom.

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'The Early Show' Online

Thursday's stories: A program helps military families cope by using cardboard cut-outs of dads in the war, a woman found new life after her house burned down, and Bobby Flay's fall comfort food.

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Helping Military Families Cope

Troop numbers in Iraq are unlikely to be scaled back until at least summer. Hannah Storm reports on a program that helps families cope by using cardboard cut-outs of dads in the war.

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Up Next For NASA Space Mission

Bob Orr, at the Kennedy Space Center, talks with Harry Smith about shuttle Atlantis' safe landing, the pieces of debris that delayed the shuttle's return, and what's next for the mission.

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Space Shuttle Returns Safely

After a one-day delay, the Space Shuttle Atlantis made a safe return to the Kennedy Space Center early today. Bob Orr reports that everyone is relieved Atlantis and its six astronauts are safely home.

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Analysis Of Chavez Speech

Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations and a former Bush administration official, discusses with Rene Syler remarks about President Bush made by the Venezuelan president.

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Boost In Global Warming Battle

British businessman Richard Branson announced that he will donate $3 billion to find alternative energy sources in the fight against global warming. He spoke with Katie Couric.

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Evangelical Politics

There has been much talk of evangelical Christians being a powerful Republican base during elections, but as Byron Pitts reports, the movement isn't as united as you might think.

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Terror Bill Deal Reached

Senate Republicans announced an agreement with the Bush administration over the treatment of terror suspects. Jim Axelrod and Sharyl Attkisson discuss how the impasse ended.

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Eye To Eye- Evangelicals

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts talks to author and preacher Jim Wallis and Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council, about the political divide among evangelical Christians.

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Richard Branson's Donation

Only On The Web: British businessman Richard Branson talks to Katie Couric about his $3 billion donation to find alternative energy sources in the fight against global warming.

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Agreement On Terror Bill

CBS News RAW: The Bush administration and Senate Republicans agreed on terms for the interrogation and trial of terror suspects.

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International Day Of Peace

CBS News RAW: U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan marked the International Day of Peace with the ringing of a bell and a minute of silence for those suffering under violence.

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Iran- We Don't Need Nuke

CBS News RAW: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at the U.N. and addressed concerns over his country's nuclear program. "The bottom line is, we do not need a bomb," he said.

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Chavez- Bush Is 'The Devil'

CBS News RAW: While speaking before the U.N. general assembly, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez condemned the actions of the United States, calling President Bush "the devil."

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Bush Meets With Abbas

CBS News RAW: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas visited with President Bush at the White House. The two leaders discussed their visions for Palestine and the Middle East.

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freeSpeech- Bob Schieffer

Bob Schieffer reports on the similarities he's beginning to see in way the government then and the government now reports war news.

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