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Friday, October 20, 2006

McCartney's Divorce Battle

Paul McCartney's divorce has turned into a public war, one which McCartney seems to be winning. But there is still no authentication of the document. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Preview- Searching For Jacob

Jacob fled his village in Darfur to escape mass murder, leaving his family and schoolbooks behind. Scott Pelley puts a face on the horrible genocide in Sudan when he tracks down Jacob.

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Preview- Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi could wind up as the House Speaker if Democrats win a majority in the upcoming election, making her second in the line of succession to the presidency. Lesley Stahl reports.

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Assignment America

You pick Steve Hartman's next assignment: Refugees on a musical tour, a sheriff who makes convicts wear pink or cowboy posers.

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Message In A Bottle

Josh Baker was a Marine fighting in Iraq. He died in a car crash a few months after his return home, but his family and friends recently found a happy reminder. Steve Hartman reports.

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Eye to Eye- Wilson Goode

Only On The Web: 7 million U.S. kids have a parent in prison. Former Philadelphia Mayor Wilson Goode tells Wyatt Andrews about a program to give them hope; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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First Look- Re-Evaluating Iraq

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Rome Hartman discuss tonight's top stories, including a sign that the American strategy in Iraq might change, and Couric introduces the "Employee of the Week."

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Eye to Eye- Wilson Goode

Only On The Web: 7 million U.S. kids have a parent in prison. Former Philadelphia Mayor Wilson Goode tells Wyatt Andrews about a program to give them hope.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Dow's second record day above 12,000, former head of the NYSE Dick Grasso must pay back $100 million, and mortgage rates remain steady.

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Weekend Roundup, Iraq

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the situation in Iraq, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's Asian tour, and the upcoming elections.

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Withdrawal From Iraq? 'Hooey'

Only On The Web: Despite the military suggesting a reevaluation of the Iraq strategy, the White House rebuffed calls for a new approach or a withdrawal. Bill Plante reports.

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Militia Seizes City In Iraq

An anti-American Shiite militia has taken control of the city of Amarah, Iraq. The U.N. says the rising violence may be creating a refugee crisis. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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N. Korea Could Return To Talks

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in China to meet with Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing. As Pauline Chiou reports, North Korea now says it is considering returning to negotiations.

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Bush- Time To Change Tactics?

President Bush admitted that a change in tactics may be necessary in Iraq. Meanwhile, the U.N. warned of a possible humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Church Apologizes To Foley

The Catholic Church apologized to former congressman Mark Foley and set up a hotline for other possible victims of Rev. Anthony Mercieca to call in. Sharyl Attkisson has more details.

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New Direction In Iraq?

President Bush called in Gen. John Abizaid, the U.S. commander for the Middle East, to discuss the situation in Iraq. This may signal a change in tactics in Iraq. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Big Sky, Big Anti-Terror Bucks

The federal government has doled out nearly $2 billion in anti-terror funding to states, but the money is not allocated according to risk. Armen Keteyian went to Montana to take a closer look.

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freeSpeech- John McCain

Katie Couric spoke to Arizona Sen. John McCain about GOP worries ahead of the midterm elections and when he'll announce whether he's going to run for president in 2008.

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Unfit For Duty?

A number of U.S. troops who come home from Iraq suffer post-traumatic stress disorder. But as Sharyn Alfonsi reports, some of them are being sent back into battle.

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Iraq Violence 'Disheartening'

The U.S. military spokesman in Iraq delivered what was likely the bleakest assessment yet of the situation. David Martin has more.

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