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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Bush To Declassify War Report

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's reaction to a report that says the war in Iraq was a bad idea, as well as his decision to declassify the report.

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First Look- War & Terror

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about tonight's stories: the blame game over the war in Iraq and terrorism, New York's trans-fat ban proposal, YouTube's impact on politics ? and more.

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Report Fuels Iraq Debate

The recently declassified intelligence report is fueling both sides of the Iraq debate. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bosnia Presidency Protest

CBS News RAW: Demonstrators splattered paint outside the Bosnia presidency. When the police tried to intervene, the protesters violently took aim at them.

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A Do-Nothing Congress?

The 109th Congress might well be remembered more for what it didn't do than what it did. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Are We Safer?

A controversial intelligence report continues to raise questions about whether the United States is really winning the war on terror. David Martin reports.

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freeSpeech- Broken Promises

Chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer weighs on in on the military's extension of combat tours for troops in Iraq.

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Great War Vet Laid To Rest

An American soldier was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery ? 88 years after he was killed in France during the last great slaughter of World War I. David Martin has his story.

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A Shiite Sanctuary

As violence rages across Baghdad, there is one neighborhood where security is good even though U.S. troops are rarely seen. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports from Sadr City.

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freeSpeech- Natan Sharansky

Human-rights advocate Natan Sharansky says those who equate abuses like Abu Ghraib with the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany or Saddam Hussein's Iraq have lost their sense of moral clarity.

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