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Friday, September 22, 2006

Bush Meets Pakistani Leader

President Bush claimed ignorance of a U.S. official reportedly threatening to bomb Pakistan if it didn't join the war on terror after 9/11. Aleen Sirgany reports on the U.S.-Pakistan meeting.

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New Jersey's First Family

The son of one of New Jersey's most popular governors hopes to be the state's first Republican senator in 34 years. Katie Couric reports on Tom Kean Jr.'s election bid.

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Internet Scams Evolve

A new security report claimed that 86% of all targeted attacks on the Internet were against home users. Sandra Hughes explains how sophisticated Internet scams threaten millions of Americans.

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Missing Government Laptops

The Department of Commerce admitted that it is missing 1,100 computers, many containing personal information taken by the Census Bureau. Sharyl Attkisson reports from Washington.

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Bush 'Taken Aback' By Claim

President Bush said he was "taken aback" by Pakistan President Musharraf's claim that the U.S. would bomb his country if it did not support the war on terror. Jim Axelrod reports

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NJ And Kean- Perfect Together?

Only On The Web: Katie Couric sits down with Thomas Kean Jr., the son of former Gov. Thomas Kean, who is running for the Senate seat vacated by the current governor, Jon Corzine.

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Billy Voted Off 'Survivor'

On "Survivor: Cook Islands," the Latino Aitu tribe intentionally lost a challenge to get rid of Billy Garcia, the heavy metal guitarist. Billy talks with Harry Smith about his elimination.

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Bush Counselor On Terrorism

Hannah Storm speaks with Dan Bartlett, counselor to the president, about the Senate interrogation deal. They also discuss President Pervez Musharraf's claims the Bush administration threatened him.

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Pope Wants To Meet Muslims

Pope Benedict XVI's latest attempt at making amends over his controversial statement involves meeting with Muslim leaders. Sheila MacVicar reports on the Vatican's diplomatic offensive.

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Bush-Senate Terrorism Deal

The White House and key Republican senators have been at odds over CIA interrogations and military trials for terror suspects. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the compromise.

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Musharraf On U.S. Threat

In an exclusive "60 Minutes" interview, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf claimed that the United States threatened him into joining the war on terror. Steve Kroft has more.

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College Career In The Bag

Nick Hudson is a sophomore on a bagpipe scholarship at Carnegie Mellon. He is the only American majoring in bagpipes.

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Eye To Eye- Condoleezza Rice

Only On The Web: In an interview for 60 Minutes, Katie Couric asks Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice if she ever loses her cool. No, said Rice.

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First Look- Pervez Musharraf

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is working on a "60 Minutes" piece, so Rome Hartman discusses some "CBS Evening News" stories, including Steve Kroft's interview with Pakistan's president.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses his exclusive interview with Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf who claims the U.S. threatened him into supporting the war on terror.

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Weekend Roundup, 9.22.06

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including Hugo Chavez's biting remarks about President Bush, the space shuttle Atlantis' safe return and the E. coli outbreak.

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Couric's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's childhood experiences with homegrown terrorism.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports natural gas prices hit a two-year low, Wal-Mart plans to offer generic drugs for $4, and Richard Branson will invest $3 billion in renewable energy sources.

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In The Line Of Fire Preview

Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf tells Steve Kroft that the U.S. threatened to bomb his country back to the Stone Age if he didn't help America in the war on terror.

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Preview- Was It Murder?

Arrested for the murder of four patients by lethal injection in the tragic days after Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Anna Pou says she and two nurses are not murderers. Morley Safer reports.

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Andy And The White House

Andy Rooney takes a look at the White House staff and dissects their salaries.

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True Believer

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks to Katie Couric about her childhood experiences with homegrown terrorism and offers a rare glimpse into her personal life.

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Reporters Ordered To Jail

A judge has ordered two San Francisco Chronicle reporters to jail for refusing to identify their sources in covering baseball's steroid scandal. Manuel Ramos reports.

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Atlantis Lands Safely

CBS News RAW: The six astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis glided to a safe landing this morning at the Kennedy Space Center, ending a mission to the International Space Station.

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Musharraf Claims U.S. Threat

Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf claims the U.S. threatened to bomb his country if he did not agree to support America's war on terror. "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft reports.

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Was It Murder?

Dr. Anna Pou, accused of mercy killings after Hurricane Katrina, insists she is not a murderer. But La. Attorney General Charles Foti says evidence shows a crime was committed.

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