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Friday, November 24, 2006

A Tale Of Two Brothers

Steve Hartman brings us a touching story in tonight's Assignment America about two inseparable brothers serving in Iraq. One died and the other is finishing up his brother's work.

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Girls Only At New York School

Now that federal rules have changed, a middle school in Queens, New York, is teaching only girls?and finding single sex education to be beneficial to its students. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Funerals Fill Baghdad Streets

November has become the deadliest month for Iraqi civilians, as the death toll from sectarian violence keeps climbing. Susan Roberts reports.

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freeSpeech- Elizabeth Edwards

Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of Former Vice-Presidential Candidate, John Edwards tells us about the gift of decency this Thanksgiving by appreciating the people who serve us everyday.

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Consumer Debt At $1 Trillion

The Federal Reserve reports that the nation's consumer credit has grown to more than $1 trillion. People are spending more money than they actually have. Sandra Hughes looks at the reasons why.

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Iraq- 5 Sunni Mosques Burned

Shiite gunmen apparently burned down five Sunni mosques killing 31 people despite an indefinite curfew in Baghdad today. Elizabeth Palmer reports that high-level talks may avert a civil war.

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Poison Kills Ex-KGB Spy

Poisoned Russian spy and fierce government critic Alexander Litvinenko died in an intensive care ward in London. Richard Roth has the cloak and dagger story.

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Bush Condemns Attacks

Sharyl Attkisson and Russ Mitchell discuss the reaction from President Bush and his administration regarding the massive wave of sectarian attacks in Iraq.

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Deadly Thanksgiving In Iraq

A wave of sectarian attacks left more than 150 dead. As Iraq teeters on the brink of civil war, U.S. soldiers spend another Thanksgiving abroad. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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