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Sunday, December 3, 2006

Rumsfeld Memo Raises Concerns

Washington ponders whether the surprising entries and curious timing of a newly disclosed memo from Donald Rumsfeld will lead to adjustments in the President's Iraq playbook. Joie Chen reports.

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FTN- What To Do About Iraq

Bob Schieffer talks to National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley and Senators Joe Lieberman and Chuck Hagel about the leaked memos and the way forward in Iraq.

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Surviving Genocide

Bob Simon tells the story of Immaculee Ilibagiza, a Tutsi woman who survived Rwanda's genocide by the Hutus in 1994.

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Government Waste

Face The Nation 12.03.06, part 3: Bob Schieffer asks how do we deal with government waste? By not reporting it!

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Lieberman and Hagel

Face The Nation 12.03.06, part 2: Senators Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) on the leaks in the administration and what to do about Iraq.

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Stephen Hadley

Face The Nation 12.03.06, part 1: National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley talked about the leaked memos and how long the president will take to consider his options in Iraq.

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Southern Cooking

Ted and Matt Lee, brothers from Charleston South Carolina make a classic Southern meal for four within a $40 budget. On the menu were butterbean pate, pork chops, roasted sweet potatoes and pecan pie.

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Iraq- Deaths Despite Diplomacy

More death and destruction rained down in Iraq today as U.S. and Iraqi politicians continue to look for a diplomatic solution to the crisis. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Mexican Clash Over New Leader

CBS News RAW: Opposition lawmakers in Mexico City threw punches and chairs and disrupted the swearing-in ceremony for new President Felipe Calderon.

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