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Friday, December 1, 2006

Assignment America

You pick Steve Hartman's next assignment: meeting the girls of automotive high, a 23-year-old-Mayor who still lives with his mum or a 104-year-old worker.

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Bush Reaches Out To Sects

President Bush will meet with the head of Iraq's largest Shiite faction in an effort to curb sectarian violence. Meanwhile, the handover of Iraq's security forces will be sped up. Bill Plante reports.

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FBI Joins Spy Poisoning Case

The FBI is joining the British investigation of the poisoning death of a former Russian spy. Richard Roth reports a former Russian prime minister has also mysteriously fallen ill.

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Weekend Roundup, Iraq Summit

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's visit to Jordan, the Iraq Study Group's anticipated recommendations, and a huge snowstorm in the Midwest.

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First Look- Summit Wrap-Up

Only On The Web: Bill Owens previews tonight's "Evening News," including a wrap-up of President Bush's summit with Iraq's PM and the story of a couple who travels the world on a mule.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports former President Bill Clinton announced more affordable pharmaceuticals; pregnant women are cautioned against taking Paxil; and exercise may help ward off cancer.

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Rwandan Genocide Preview

While her family and 800,000 other tribe members were slaughtered in the Rwandan genocide, Immaculee Illibagiza was saved by hiding in a tiny bathroom for three months. Bob Simon reports.

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'The Widow of the South'

Confederate and Union armies met outside Franklin, Tenn., where the sacrifices of Carrie McGavock became legendary. She is the subject of Robert Hicks' book, "The Widow of the South."

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Tutsi Woman On Forgiveness

Immaculee Ilibagiza, who survived the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda, discusses her feelings about forgiveness and revenge.

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Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Bob Simon discusses the story of Immaculee Ilibagiza, a Tutsi woman who survived Rwanda's genocide by the Hutus in 1994.

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