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Friday, October 13, 2006

freeSpeech- Barack Obama

Junior senator Barack Obama, D-Ill., warns that falling gas prices should not lull Americans into a false sense of energy security.

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Family Killed In Florida

A family of four was shot execution-style along the Florida Turnpike. Police are calling it one of the more gruesome killings they've seen. Tracie Strahan reports.

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General Clarifies Iraq Comment

After suggesting that British troops be withdrawn from Iraq, Gen. Richard Dannatt, is backpedaling through the firestorm his comment caused. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Japan Bans Trade With N. Korea

As the U.N. finalizes a resolution that would impose sanctions on North Korea as punishment for testing nuclear weapons, Japan moves forward with their own plan to ban trade with North Korea.

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Bets Off For Online Casinos?

One of the fastest growing activities in America is playing poker for money online. Now a new law targets Internet casinos and the cash they payout. Jim Acosta reports the winners aren't happy.

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Midterm Race In Maryland

Can Maryland be a bright spot for the GOP in November's elections? Trish Regan reports on candidate Michael Steele, who is not a typical Republican.

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House Ethics Probe Continues

As the House Ethics Committee investigation continues, Richard Nguyen, a former congressional page, reveals concerns he once had regarding Mark Foley. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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British Withdrawal In Iraq?

Gen. Richard Dannatt, Britain's new top army commander, recommends that his troops be withdrawn from Iraq. Richard Roth reports.

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Weekend Roundup, N. Korea

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the plane crash in Manhattan's Upper East Side and North Korea's purported nuclear test.

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Eye To Eye- Iraq Roundtable

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks with three experts about the violence in Iraq and what the United States can do about it; then files her daily notebook.

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Eye To Eye- Iraq Roundtable

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks to three experts about the violence in Iraq and what the United States can do about it.

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First Look- Team Effort

Only On The Web: Katie Couric, Bill Owens and Chris Dinan discuss North Korea and tonight's other top stories, and Owens recounts the memorial service for Paul Douglas and James Brolan.

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Reporter's Notebook- Stahl

Only On The Web: Lesley Stahl discusses her interview with former Bush aide David Kuo, who accused the administration of manipulating religious leaders for political gain.

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Japan's Nuclear Neighbor

CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen reports on the Japanese reaction to its new nuclear neighbor, North Korea.

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First Look- N. Korea & Cancer

Only On The Web: Katie Couric, Rome Hartman and the "CBS Evening News" crew give a preview of tonight's freeSpeech on North Korea, a series on cancer breakthroughs reported by Couric, and more.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that investors will be focused on the health of the economy; the FCC is expected to allow an AT&T-Bell South merger; and the mortgage rate report from Freddie Mac.

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