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Monday, September 25, 2006

Report- Terrorism Thriving

According to a newly leaked intelligence report, al Qaeda and other extreme Islamic groups are thriving in the wake of war in Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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Going Back To Iraq

Only On The Web: Capt. Todd McGowan discusses how being called back to serve in Iraq has put his family's future plans on hold.

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Bush Adviser On Terror Threat

Only On The Web: In light of reports that the war in Iraq increased the terror threat, White House homeland security adviser Frances Townsend tells Jim Axelrod that al Qaeda has taken a hit.

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Report- War Made Terror Worse

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports the latest revision of the "National Intelligence Estimate" concludes that the U.S. presence in Iraq has only made the threat of terrorism worse.

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First Look- Iraq Duty

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Bill Owens discuss tonight's "CBS Evening News" stories, which include another Army division's tour extension in Iraq as well as a high-tech prosthesis.

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Eye To Eye- Astronauts

Only On The Web: Katie Couric introduces this "Eye to Eye," in which CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood speaks with two astronauts aboard the international space station.

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TSA Eases Liquid Restriction

CBS News RAW: The government plans to ease security restrictions on liquids at airports. The TSA also announced new procedures for screening baggage and passing through checkpoints.

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Red Shirts Protest Torture

CBS News Raw: During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on proposals to limit Guantanamo detainees' access to habeas corpus, protesters display a message (No T-O-R-T-U-R-E) on red shirts.

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Retired Generals Slam Rumsfeld

Retired military generals who served in Iraq are pointing the finger at Donald Rumsfeld. As Aleen Sirgany reports, these same generals will be questioned by Democrats on Capitol Hill.

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Pope Meets With Muslim Leaders

The Pope met with Muslim leaders at his summer residence in an effort to soothe tensions over his recent speech on Islam. But as Charlie D'Agata reports, he did not directly discuss those remarks.

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Global Warming's Upside

After a dozen of the hottest summers on record, the English wine country is flourishing. Mark Phillips reports that for some, global warming is a good thing.

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The 'Back Door Draft'

Nearly 140,000 semi-retired soldiers, known as Individual Ready Reserves, have been recalled to duty in the past three years. Many of them thought their military days were over. Byron Pitts reports.

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Troop Dilemma In Iraq

The demand for troops in Iraq is forcing the Army to choose between keeping soldiers past a promised one-year tour of duty or sending them back after less than a year at home. David Martin has more.

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Cuba's Grocer

Despite a 47-year-old trade embargo, 30% of the food Cuba imports comes from American companies. Russ Mitchell has more details on this burgeoning relationship.

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The Battle In Virginia

Virginia Senator George Allen looked set to be reelected this fall, until a series of high-profile gaffes narrowed the gap for his Democratic challenger. Joie Chen reports from Alexandria.

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Osama Bin Laden's Fate

There is still no official confirmation on the fate of Osama Bin Laden, after a French publication reported that the al Qaeda leader may be dead or dying. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Islamabad.

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