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Wednesday, December 6, 2006

'Capitol Bob' On Iraq Report

CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer weighs in on the expected Iraq Study Group report.

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A New Approach In Iraq

Only On The Web: Col. Jeff Ingram talks with Byron Pitts about how the Army's policy of training more military advisers can have a positive effect on the war in Iraq.

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Leading From Behind

Only On The Web: Maj. Gen. Carter Ham talks with Byron Pitts about America's new approach in Iraq, where more U.S. soldiers are being trained to train Iraqi security forces.

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President Reacts To Findings

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that President Bush insisted that he will take the Iraq Study's Group's findings seriously, but would not necessarily embrace all of their suggestions.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the IRS is making it safer to file online; there may be good news for the housing market; gas is getting pricier while and auto insurance is getting cheaper.

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Eye To Eye- Baker And Hamilton

Only On The Web: James Baker and Lee Hamilton, co-chairmen of the Iraq Study Group, join Katie Couric to discuss the group's report and recommendations.

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Notebook- Bush's Next Move

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says the Iraq Study Group report suggests diplomacy among other recommendations to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq. Now we await President Bush's next move.

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First Look- Iraq Report

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews the "CBS Evening News," which will cover the release of the Iraq Study Group report and feature Katie Couric's interview with James Baker and Lee Hamilton.

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Eye To Eye- Baker And Hamilton

Only On The Web: James Baker and Lee Hamilton, co-chairmen of the Iraq Study Group, join Katie Couric to discuss the group's report and recommendations. Then Couric files her notebook.

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Next Step Is Up To President

The Iraq Study Group issued its report and recommendations to President Bush. The question now is what will he do with them? Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Iraq Group On Suggestions

CBS News RAW: Republican James Baker and Democrat Lee Hamilton, co-chairs of the Iraq Study Group, comment on the report's suggestions for resolving the conflict.

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Iraq Group Presents Findings

The main point of the Iraq Study Group's report is that something has to be done, although it says there's no clear-cut method for quelling the violence. Aleen Sirgany has more on the report.

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Bush On Iraq Report

CBS News RAW: President Bush met Iraq Study Group leaders to accept their report on the war in Iraq. The president said the report will be taken seriously.

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'It's Not Their Son'

Cynthia Bowers spoke to a mother in the heart of America who is still grieving for the son she lost in Iraq. Connie Foyteck wants her son Kraig to be remembered as more than just another life lost.

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What's Next For Iraq?

Katie Couric spoke with chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan and chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about the military and political implications of the Iraq Study Group's report.

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Training Ground

The most important of the Iraq Study Group's recommendations may be to shift combat forces to train Iraqi troops. Byron Pitts reports from a place where the trainers learn to do their jobs.

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Iraqi Government's Next Step

Before its report was released, the chairmen of the Iraq Study Group set up a video link so they could brief Iraq's Prime Minister. Elizabeth Palmer reports on how the Iraqi government responded.

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Will Bush Change Course?

A key recommendation of the Iraq Study Group is to engage with Syria and Iran. As Jim Axelrod reports, the administration must decide whether to change its diplomatic strategy.

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From Fighter To Trainer?

If the Iraq Study Group's recommendations are implemented, most combat brigades could be out of Iraq by early 2008. But as David Martin reports, thousands of American troops would still be in Iraq.

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Iraq Group Calls For Change

The Iraq Study Group's report includes 79 recommendations it said would not guarantee success in Iraq but would at least improve the chances. Katie Couric has more on the task ahead.

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Jim Baker- Bush Family Friend

James Baker briefed the president on the Iraq Study Group's soon-to-be-published recommendations. As Bill Plante reports, when the Bush family needs help, Baker always answers the call.

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Made In America

Even with all the reports of American jobs being shipped overseas, Trish Regan reports that American manufacturing is still the envy of the world..

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Baghdad- A Divided City

President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki have rejected the idea of partitioning Iraq into sectarian regions. But as Elizabeth Palmer reports, in many ways, it is already happening in Baghdad.

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