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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Foley's Conduct Investigated

The alleged inappropriate conduct former Rep. Mark Foley had with congressional pages is at the center of an ongoing investigation by the House Ethics Committee. Gloria Borger reports.

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Priest Talks About Foley

A priest admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with Mark Foley when the former congressman was a boy. Meanwhile, the probe into Foley's e-mails with pages continues. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Increased Violence In Iraq

The U.S. military says violence in Iraq has risen despite high security. With 71 service members dying, it is on pace to be the deadliest month for U.S. troops in two years. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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More From John McCain

Only On The Web: Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks to Katie Couric about the situation in Iraq and the upcoming midterm elections.

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Iraq's Deadly Month

Only On The Web: With his strategy under fire and elections weeks away, President Bush is dealing with an extremely gruesome month in Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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Notebook- Nobel Peace Prize

Only On The Web: The Nobel Peace Prize went to Bangladesh banker Muhammad Yunus. Katie Couric says that lives are being changed because Yunus believes in giving credit where it's due.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses the theft of up to $800 million from Iraq's treasury. According to Kroft's sources, American officials have done almost nothing to recover the money.

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Reporter's Notebook- Stahl

Only On The Web: Lesley Stahl discusses her interview with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and the possibility of Pelosi becoming the first female Speaker of the House.

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HealthWatch

Bianca Solorzano reports that lack of sleep may contribute to childhood obesity, marijuana may benefit Alzheimer's' patients, and the drug taxotere has been approved for treating head and neck cancer.

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Expert Calls NFL Threat Bogus

CBS News security consultant Randy Larsen talks to Hannah Storm about the alleged threat to seven NFL stadiums this weekend. He says the threats are not credible.

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Myth- Women Have It All

Barbara Moses, author of "Women Confidential," talks to Hannah Storm about women in mid-life, who reveal the truth about how they really feel about their jobs, family, marriage and finances.

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Iraq's Impact On Elections

U.S. troops are dying in Iraq at a near-record rate. Bill Plante reports on President Bush's strategy in Iraq, which is under fire just weeks away from the elections.

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Rice On South Korea Tour

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with South Korea's foreign minister and reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to stabilize the region in the wake of North Korea's nuclear test. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Wall Street Analysis

As the market breaks records on Wall Street, investors are growing optimistic about the economy. Art Hogan of Jefferies & Company joins Harry Smith to explain what the record highs mean to investors.

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Schieffer On Upcoming Election

Bob Schieffer says that even with the Foley scandal, the Republican Party is going into the election with $27 million advantage. He also discusses swing state Ohio with Rene Syler.

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Rice To Talk With Allies

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Tokyo for talks with U.S. allies amid growing evidence that North Korea might launch a second nuclear test. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Former Ambassador On N. Korea

U.S. officials would not be surprised if North Korea carries out another nuclear test. Former Ambassador Wendy Sherman talks with Harry Smith.

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