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Friday, December 8, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Hewlett-Packard has settled a lawsuit; the government is expected to release November unemployment numbers; and mortgage rates continue to slide.

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Tony Blair On Iraq

Only On The Web: In an extended interview with Katie Couric, British Prime Minister Tony Blair talks about the Iraq Study Group's report and what it will take to stabilize the region.

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'Extremely Valuable' Mission

Only On The Web: Capt. Louis Veneziano talks with Byron Pitts about training Iraqis to defend their own country and why he believes this mission is "extremely valuable."

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Weekend Roundup, Iraq Report

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the Iraq Study Group's report, a tragic ending to the search for a missing father in Oregon and the lame duck Congress.

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Notebook- Citizenship Overhaul

Only On The Web: After six years and over $6 million, the citizenship test and application process has been overhauled. Katie Couric says maybe all Americans should "renew" their citizenship.

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First Look- Assignment America

Only On The Web: Katie Couric previews the "CBS Evening News," which will cover E.coli outbreaks, the latest from the Mark Foley case and Steve Hartman's profile of America's oldest worker.

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Eye To Eye- O'Connor

Only On The Web: Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor talks with Katie Couric about her involvement in the Iraq Study Group. Then Katie Couric files her daily notebook.

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Preview- Exposing The Truth

Joe Darby, the Abu Ghraib whistleblower, has paid a price for reporting a crime. He shares his story with Anderson Cooper.

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Joe Darby's 'Homecoming'

Abu Ghraib whistleblower Joe Darby tells Anderson Cooper how he was told by the U.S. Army that he could not return to his Maryland home because the military felt it was not "safe" for him there.

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Panel- GOP Didn't Guard Pages

After months of looking into the Mark Foley scandal, the House Ethics Committee found GOP lawmakers broke no laws but didn't do all they could to protect House pages. Karen Brown reports.

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Weather Delays Shuttle Launch

Discovery was supposed to take off Thursday night, but bad weather forced a delay. Drew Levinson reports from the Kennedy Space Center that NASA aims to try again on Saturday.

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Rumsfeld On Replacement

CBS News RAW: During a Pentagon town hall meeting, Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said any advise he'd give Dr. Robert Gates, who is replacing him at the end of his term, would be in private.

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Bush Discusses Iraq Policies

President Bush met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss working together to change policies concerning Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Will Bush Use All Iraq Ideas?

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Tony Snow responds to queries about whether President Bush agreed with the suggestions from the Iraq Study Group and if he would use its ideas.

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The VA's Health Care Program

In studies, the Veterans Administration has earned the highest health care quality rating and provides it at the lowest cost. Wyatt Andrews explains how this government agency has become so efficient.

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Iraqi Schools Under Siege

As sectarian violence continues to rage in Iraq, terrorists are focusing on a new target: the country's schools. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the constant threats Iraqi students and teachers face.

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Rumsfeld Bids Farewell

Outgoing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said goodbye to Pentagon employees in an emotional meeting. He remained defiant over the Iraq war and took a few jibes at the media. David Martin reports.

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Foley Panel- GOP Negligent

The House Ethics Committee issued a report concluding that Republican leaders were negligent in handling the Mark Foley case, but didn't break any rules. Gloria Borger has more details.

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Eye To Eye- Day O'Connor

Only On The Web: Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor talks with Katie Couric about her involvement in the Iraq Study Group.

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A Woman Of Firsts

The first female Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor recently served as the only female in the Iraq Study Group. She spoke with Katie Couric about her role.

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Baker, Hamilton On The Hill

The Iraq Study Group's cochairmen briefed senators on the panel's report. As David Martin reports, the tone of the day was not optimistic.

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Tony Blair Chats With Couric

British Prime Minister Tony Blair sat down with Katie Couric to talk about the Iraq Study Group's report and his unwavering support for the war in Iraq.

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