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Thursday, November 16, 2006

First Look- Al Qaeda Exclusive

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and writer Mary Alice Williams discuss tonight's top stories, including an exclusive interview with a former al Qaeda terrorist who tells how the group operates.

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Eye To Eye- Inside The Jihad

Only On The Web: Richard Roth talks to a man who trained at al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan before becoming a spy for European intelligence services; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that hardcore gamers across the country await the release of Sony's PlayStation 3; Wall Street's November rally continues; and US Airways places bid to buy Delta.

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Battling Health Care Costs

Life is hard if you don't have health insurance, and medical costs can force you into bankruptcy. Fred Brock, author of "Health Care On Less Than You Think," shares financial tips with Rene Syler.

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Abizaid- Not Enough Troops

On Capitol Hill, Gen. John Abizaid said that the U.S. armed forces do not have enough troops for a build-up in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Bush Addresses Asian Allies

In his first trip overseas since Election Day, President Bush is in Singapore to address Asian allies regarding U.S. foreign policy, specifically towards North Korea. Bill Plante reports.

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Murtha Discusses Loss

CBS News RAW: After losing his bid to become House majority leader, Rep. John Murtha tried to present a unified Democratic front. He also spoke about his pet issue ? the war in Iraq.

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Hoyer Tries To Mend Fences

CBS News RAW:Incoming House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer spoke to reporters after defeating Rep. John Murtha to take over the No. 2 leadership position in the House.

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Pelosi Makes History

CBS News RAW: Rep. Nancy Pelosi was unanimously selected to become the first female Speaker of the House. She spoke about her unsuccessful backing of John Murtha for majority leader.

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President Visits Singapore

President Bush stopped in Singapore on an eight-day tour of Asia. Aleen Sirgany reports on the president's warning to North Korea against transferring nuclear weapons.

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N.C. Governor On Tornado

CBS News RAW: North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley vows to help victims of the tornado that ripped through the state.

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Al Qaeda Undercover

CBS News Exclusive: Richard Roth sat down for an exclusive interview with a man who trained with al Qaeda terrorists and then turned on them.

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The Minimum Wage Debate

Sen. Ted Kennedy, who will chair the committee that deals with the federal minimum wage, says raising it is at the top of his agenda. Cynthia Bowers has a look at the issue.

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House Dems Try To Make Peace

Katie Couric spoke to Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer about whether the Democrats will be able to hold ranks after rejecting incoming House Speaker Pelosi's pick for Majority Leader.

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Sen. Levin On Iraq Strategy

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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Sizing Up The '08 Democrats

The next presidential election is still two years away, but potential candidates are already jockeying for position. Gloria Borger takes a look at the Democrats who may run.

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Democrats' Turn On Immigration

President Bush and incoming House Speaker Pelosi both support a program that would allow immigrants to temporarily work in the U.S. But as Bill Whitaker reports, passing legislation won't be easy.

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