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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Bush Rejects Bilateral Talks

President Bush insisted the U.N. Security Council hit North Korea with new sanctions in response to its reported nuclear test, but said the U.S. won't negotiate bilaterally. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Patrols Flown Over U.S. Cities

Before federal security officials were certain that the plane crash in New York was an accident and not an act of terror, their response was overwhelming. Bob Orr reports.

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Crash Elicits 9/11 Memories

The military reacted quickly after a plane slammed into a high rise in New York. But the plane was being flown by New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle, who died in the crash. Byron Pitts reports.

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freeSpeech- Bob Schieffer

CBS chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer shares his thoughts about President Bush and the war in Iraq.

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Bloomberg On NYC Plane Crash

CBS News RAW: Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the two people aboard the small plane that crashed into a building in Manhattan were killed. Part of the building is being reoccupied.

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Plane Hits Manhattan High-Rise

A small aircraft crashed into a luxury high-rise, causing a fire and sending debris crashing to the ground. Officials say there's no indication it's a terrorist act. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Bush Discusses Iraq

CBS News RAW: Chief White House correspondent Jim Axelrod asks President Bush whether he feels the American public still supports his strategy for the war in Iraq.

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U.S. Troops In Iraq Till 2010

The U.S. Army announced plans today that would keep troop levels in Iraq through 2010. Also, President Bush again echoed that the U.S. won't pull out. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush- Nuke Claim Is A Threat

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed North Korea's claim that it has successfully conducted a nuclear test. The president is calling for harsh sanctions.

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U.N. Mulls N. Korea Sanctions

The harshness of North Korea's punishment is being debated by the U.N. Japan has banned North Korean imports and nationals from entering. Drew Levinson reports.

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Anann Discusses N. Korea

CBS News RAW: U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan expressed concern over North Korea's reported nuclear test and advocated bilateral talks between North Korea and the U.S.

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'War On The Middle Class'

Lou Dobbs' new book says the major political parties focus too much attention on the wealthy and the majority of Americans suffer as a result. He discusses this with Hannah Storm.

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'Capitol Bob' On The News

Election Day is four weeks away and the latest headlines about Mark Foley and Iraq are nothing but trouble for Republicans. "Capitol Bob" Schieffer goes behind the headlines with Harry Smith.

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McCain On North Korea

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks to Hannah Storm about North Korea's nuclear test and his criticism of the Clinton administration for mishandling negotiations with the communist nation.

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Secretary Rice On Nuclear Test

CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric talks to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about North Korea's nuclear test and what the international community might do in response.

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Nuclear Test Fallout

Democrats and Republicans blamed each other for failing to prevent North Korea's nuclear test. Members of the U.N. Security Council continue to discuss sanctions. Bill Plante reports.

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N. Korea May Test Nuke Again

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports another nuclear test by the North Koreans would not come as a surprise to the White House, but they have no plans on dealing one on one with Kim Jong Il.

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HealthWatch

Michelle Miller reports the FDA approved an anti-psychotic drug for autistic children; obesity could skew prostate exams; and a drug used to treat heroin addiction could help women quit smoking.

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Eye To Eye- Condoleezza Rice

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about what the next step will be in dealing with North Korea, and then files her notebook.

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First Look- Ahead Of The Curve

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Rome Hartman give a preview of tonight's stories: North Korea's nuclear threat, ways of preventing school shootings, war vets in politics, and more.

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