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Monday, November 20, 2006

First Look- Pentagon Report

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and executive producer Rome Hartman preview tonight's newscast, including the Pentagon's military study and the Alabama school bus accident.

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Eye To Eye- Thomas Friedman

Only On The Web: Foreign affairs columnist Thomas Friedman talks with Katie Couric about Syria and Iran's role in Iraq's future and the tough choices American officials will have to make.

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Notebook- Lame Ducks

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about the senators and Congress members who were voted out of office in the recent elections, and discusses the meaning of the term "lame duck."

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Eye To Eye- Thomas Friedman

Only On The Web: Foreign affairs columnist Thomas Friedman talks with Katie Couric about Syria and Iran's role in Iraq's future; then Couric files her notebook.

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Bush On Iraq Policy, Indonesia

CBS News RAW: President Bush answers questions on the United State's Iraq strategy and Indonesian democracy.

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Bush Visit Triggers Protest

Angry over wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, thousands in Indonesia protest President Bush's visit. Bush says he is waiting for a second bi-partisan report's release before deciding on Iraq troop levels.

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Diplomatic Breakthrough

Neighbors Syria and Iraq have not had formal ties in 24 years. Now Syria has pledged to help the struggling Iraqi government. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad.

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Analyzing Iran And Syria

The New York Times' foreign affairs columnist Thomas Friedman talks with Katie Couric about Syria and Iran's role in Iraq's future and the tough choices American officials will have to make.

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Options For Iraq

U.S military planners are reportedly studying three possible strategies for Iraq: adding more U.S. troops, removing some but staying longer, or pulling out. David Martin reports.

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GOP Eyes Latino Vote In '08

Russ Mitchell reports on the important role the Latino vote could play in the 2008 Presidential election, where Hispanic voters will make up one out of every ten votes cast.

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Bush, Iraq Recall L.B.J. Era

Taped conversations from President Lyndon Johnson's days in office show that he was similarly preoccupied with the same issue that concern our current President. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Democrats Focus On Home Front

Voter contempt for the war in Iraq may have allowed Democrats to seize control of Congress, but domestic issues may be the primary focus of the new democratic agenda. Bob Orr reports.

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