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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

General Defends Troop Levels

Gen. John Abizaid told Congress he is against either a substantial buildup or a cutback in the American troop presence in Iraq. David Martin reports on the heated debate over strategy.

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Rejected Bible Toys For Tots

Jamie Garza reports on dolls made to resemble famous people from the Bible, and with the push of a button they recite scripture. Toys For Tots turned down the toys donated by the manufacturer.

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Eye To Eye- Carl Levin

Only On The Web: Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., talks with Katie Couric about his frustration with Gen. John Abizaid over the U.S. Middle East Commander's strategy in Iraq.

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Mass Abduction Investigated

Investigators in Iraq are trying to get to the bottom the mass kidnapping of as many as 150 people. Elizabeth Palmer reports the situation is still very confused.

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Schieffer On 2008 Election

The 2006 midterm election brought a new Democratic wave to Washington, but many pundits have already turned to thoughts of 2008. Bob Schieffer talks presidential politics with Hannah Storm.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on another record-breaking day on Wall Street; heads of big three U.S. automakers speak with President Bush; and Wal-Mart battles Target for holiday dollars.

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Eye To Eye- Carl Levin

Only On The Web: Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., talks about his frustration with Gen. John Abizaid over the U.S. Middle East Commander's strategy in Iraq; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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First Look- Assignment America

Only On The Web: Rome Hartman previews tonight's stories ? U.S. troop levels in Iraq, men's biological clocks, al Jazeera's debut in English ? and hears pitches for Assignment America.

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Is Borat An Impostor?

CBS News correspondent Sheila MacVicar reports that a guy claiming to be the original broken-English speaking, love-starved, mustachioed man may sue the creator of Borat for identity theft.

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McCain Doubts General On Iraq

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., sounded a skeptical note to CENTCOM Commander Gen. John Abizaid's assertion that the U.S. has a sufficient number of troops to stabilize Iraq.

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Iraq Study Group Meets

Following a mass abduction in Baghdad, the search for answers to the chaos in Iraq is kicking into high gear in Washington. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Notebook- Voter Turnout

Only On The Web: The midterm election was a reminder that the will of the people can make history. But Katie Couric says something was missing. Too many Americans don't vote.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the heads of GM, Ford and Chrysler will meet with President Bush; cars are cheaper than they've been in 25 years; and Hertz becomes a publicly traded company.

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