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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Small-Town Immigration Battle

One Texas town is pitting neighbor against neighbor after the city council passed a law making it illegal to rent to undocumented immigrants. Gwen Melton reports.

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Iraqi Exiles Flee To Jordan

Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have left the chaos in their own country and relocated to Jordan. As Katie Couric reports, their plight hasn't been easy for anyone.

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Iraqi Police Academy

The effort to rebuild Iraq's police force started in Jordan. As Mark Phillips reports, it's been a very bumpy ride.

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Is Al-Maliki Up To The Task?

Katie Couric spoke to the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad, about fears that Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki is too weak to restore order to the country.

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Baghdad Backlash?

Sadrist militiamen said they regarded the Pentagon's decision to send more U.S. troops into Baghdad as a clear provocation. Elizabeth Palmer has more.

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Baghdad Reinforcements

The goal for the U.S. and Iraq is to get American troops out as soon as possible. But David Martin reports that the Pentagon is getting ready to send more troops into the Iraqi capital.

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Iraq Summit Postponed

President Bush's highly-anticipated meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki was postponed. As Jim Axelrod reports, the White House insists that there was no snub involved.

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Unabomber Evidence Revealed

After 10 years of searching for Ted Kaczynski, the FBI found a bevy of items in the bomber's home, including coded journals. Anna Werner of KPIX reports on how Kaczynski's code was finally cracked.

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Schieffer On Al-Maliki Rift

Capitol Bob Schieffer speaks with Hannah Storm about the secret memo that criticizes the intentions and abilities of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, and what's at stake for President Bush.

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Report- Memo Doubts Iraq PM

Bush administration officials say the U.S. still supports and trusts Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Bill Plante reports a secret memo revealed by the New York Times paints a different picture.

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President, Al-Maliki To Meet

President Bush heads to Jordan today for a summit with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Mark Phillips reports Iraq is a top priority, but may be a small part of a larger volatile situation.

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The Pope & Politics

While celebrating Mass at a Turkish shrine significant to both Muslims and Catholics, Pope Benedict spoke mainly to a Christian minority. Allen Pizzey reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that new home sales numbers are expected today; the central bank will release a report on the economy; and a survey finds most Americans do not shop online while at work.

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Notebook- Historical Amman

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says Amman, Jordan, where President Bush is meeting with Iraq's prime minister, is rich in history and has welcomed every culture. Will it serve as a peacemaker?

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Eye To Eye- Zalmay Khalilzad

Only On The Web: U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad talks with Katie Couric about President Bush's postponed meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

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First Look- News From Amman

Only On The Web: Bill Owens outlines the "Evening News" coverage of President Bush's summit with Iraq's PM. Katie Couric and Mark Phillips are in Amman; Jim Axelrod is traveling with Mr. Bush.

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Eye To Eye- Zalmay Khalilzad

Only On The Web: U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad talks with Katie Couric about President Bush's postponed meeting with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki; then Couric files her notebook.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports the Medicare drug program has cost $13 billion less than expected; Celebrex is being considered to treat juvenile rheumatoid arthritis; and video games may linger in kids' brains.

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Rev. Says Pope Can Mend Fences

As Pope Benedict XVI makes his first visit to Turkey, there are concerns for his safety from those offended by a speech he made. Meg Oliver speaks with the Rev. Thomas Reese.

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Eye To Eye- Civil War In Iraq?

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses with Richard Haas of the Council on Foreign Relations whether the sectarian violence in Iraq is a civil war, then files her daily notebook.

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First Look- Going To Jordan

Only On The Web: As Katie Couric prepares to go to Jordan, Bill Owens has a preview of tonight's top stories, including Bush's summit with Iraq's prime minister and the pope's visit to Turkey.

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