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Tuesday, December 5, 2006

A Dose Of Reality On Iraq?

Defense Secretary nominee Robert Gates said during his Senate confirmation hearing that the U.S. is not winning or losing the war in Iraq "at this point." David Martin has more.

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Ex-Pres. Bush Gets Emotional

CBSNews RAW: Former president George H.W. Bush got emotional while describing his son, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, as an example of leadership.

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Gates- U.S. Not Winning War

CBS News RAW: Asked by Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., if the U.S. was winning the war in Iraq, Robert Gates, President Bush's choice to be the next defense secretary, replied, "No sir."

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Bush Endorses Defense Nominee

CBS News RAW: President Bush appeared with Robert Gates, his nominee for secretary of defense. The president called for a quick confirmation and reiterated his confidence in Gates.

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Senate Committee OK's Gates

After winning unanimous support from the Senate Armed Services Committee, Robert Gates is in position to become the next Secretary of Defense. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Gates Confirmation Expected

The Senate is conducting a confirmation hearing for President Bush's nominee for defense secretary, Robert Gates. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Eye To Eye- Holidays In Iraq

Only On The Web: Maj. Gen. William Caldwell joins Katie Couric from Baghdad and tells how U.S. troops will spend the holidays in Iraq. Then Couric files her daily notebook.

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First Look- James Baker

Only On The Web: Senior producer Jim McGlinchy introduces today's First Look from the CBS News Washington bureau. Bill Plante previews his profile of James Baker, head of the Iraq Study Group.

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Notebook- Iraq Study Group

Only On The Web: Katie Couric notes President Bush will assess the findings of the Iraq Study Group. How the president responds to the group's report may define his legacy.

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Eye To Eye- Holidays In Iraq

Only On The Web: Maj. Gen. William Caldwell joins Katie Couric from Baghdad and tells how U.S. troops will spend the holidays in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that consumers are prolonging their holiday shopping in hopes of better deals; Wall Street Journal to change its layout; and XM Satellite radio to launch Chanukah channel.

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Gates To Be Grilled By Senate

Senate hearings are set to begin for the defense secretary nominee, Robert Gates, who will be expected to answer questions about the war in Iraq. National security correspondent David Martin reports.

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O'Reilly's 'Culture Warrior'

Bill O'Reilly has the top-rated show on cable and his books are bestsellers. Hannah Storm speaks with him about his new book, "Culture Warrior," and O'Reilly comments on Iraq, the presidency and more.

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Sen. Clinton Rallying For Run?

Sen. Hilary Clinton said she'd consider a White House run only after winning a second Senate term ? which she has done. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Expert On Spy Poisoning Case

Neil Livingstone, a security and terrorism expert, discusses the recent poisoning of ex- ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko with Hannah Storm.

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Rumsfeld Memo Calls For Change

Amid growing pressure to change course in Iraq, President Bush faces criticism of the war from outgoing Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Bill Plante reports.

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