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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Sectarian Attacks Rock Baghdad

As the United States celebrates Thanksgiving, hundreds of Iraqis are mourning loved ones killed in a massive wave of sectarian attacks in Baghdad. Susan Roberts reports.

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Eye To Eye- Military Wives

Only On The Web: Three mothers tell Katie Couric how their families cope with their husbands being away in Iraq, then Couric files her daily notebook.

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First Look- Bloody Day In Iraq

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell fills in for Katie Couric and gives a preview of tonight's stories, including a bloody day in Iraq, where more than 150 people were killed in suicide bombings.

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Eye To Eye- Military Wives

Only On The Web: Three mothers tell Katie Couric how their families cope with their husbands being away in Iraq.

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At 41, Ready To Fight

The Army signed up more recruits this year than it did in nine years ? thanks in part to a higher maximum age for enlistment. Randall Pinkston found two moms who followed their children into the Army.

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Angry Farewell In Beirut

In Beirut, tens of thousands of people protest after the assassination of Lebanese cabinet leader Pierre Gemayel, a key Christian leader. As Sheila MacVicar reports, blame is being pointed at Syria.

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Thanksgiving Day In Iraq

Troops in Iraq sat down for a Thanksgiving meal as rumors that Vice President Dick Cheney would swing by spread. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Google Stock Tops $500

Google's stock prices reached a new high Monday ? $500 per share ? as the young company continues to dominate many facets of the Internet. John Blackstone reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on better-than-expected earnings for Dell; aluminum giant ALCOA plans to cut jobs as part of restructuring efforts; and Wal-Mart slashes prices on holiday food items.

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Notebook- Gratitude

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says research has shown that being grateful for what we have can make us happier than money or education. Maybe it's time to give thanks not only on Thanksgiving.

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