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Friday, September 29, 2006

Preview- State of Denial

Bob Woodward tells Mike Wallace that the Bush administration has not told the truth regarding the level of violence, especially against the U.S. troops, in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a near-record day for Wall Street, consumer sentiment for holiday shopping, and Richard Branson's adventures in space.

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HP Execs Questioned

CBS News Capitol Hill correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports that several top executives at Hewlett-Packard were questioned about gaining access to phone records under false pretenses.

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Notebook- Blame Game

Only On The Web: Former President Bill Clinton and the Bush administration have been arguing over who did more to fight terror. Katie Couric calls this finger pointing a fruitless distraction.

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Notebook- Blame Game

Only On The Web: Former President Bill Clinton and the Bush administration have been arguing over who did more to fight terror. Katie Couric calls this finger pointing a fruitless distraction.

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First Look- Iraq War

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about tonight's stories: An interview with Bob Woodward, a female Iraqi journalist, a high school football legend ? and more.

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Bikes Make Comeback In China

The Chinese government is now discouraging people from driving cars and encouraging the use of bicycles for commuting. Celia Hatton reports.

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Assignment America

Viewers pick Steve Hartman's next assignment: the "get-a-life marching band," a boy who supports the troops, or animal refugees from Lebanon.

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The Most Dangerous Assignment

The violence in Iraq has taken a heavy toll on reporters. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan takes a personal look at one of the most dangerous assignments in the world.

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Florida Congressman Resigns

Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., resigned after e-mails surfaced connecting the congressman with a former male page. Sharyl Attkisson explains how this could impact the upcoming election.

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Another Vote Against Rumsfeld

According to veteran reporter Bob Woodward, former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card tried to convince President Bush to sack Donald Rumsfeld, and the first lady may have been on his side.

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Woodward Pans Bush Over Iraq

In an interview with "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace, Washington reporter Bob Woodward accused President Bush of failing to tell the truth about the level of violence in Iraq.

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Political Gaffes Caught Online

Thanks to the Internet, politicians are finding that once they put their foot in their mouth, it's harder than ever to get it out. Gloria Borger reports.

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Are Voting Machines Reliable?

With midterm elections looming, Congress held hearings on the use of new electronic voting machines. Chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports on concerns over their reliability.

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Iraq Funding Down The Drain?

The CRS says the war in Iraq is now costing taxpayers $2 billion a week. But auditors say a lot of that money is being wasted. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan has more.

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