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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Eye To Eye- Linda Solomon

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks with photojournalist Linda Solomon about her work with the Salvation Army and what homeless kids wish for this Christmas; then Couric files her notebook.

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Notebook- Rewriting History

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says the conference hosted by Iran to "debate" the Holocaust is a chilling reminder that there are powerful people trying to rewrite history.

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Eye To Eye- Linda Solomon

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks with photojournalist Linda Solomon about her work with the Salvation Army and what homeless kids wish for this Christmas.

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Tough Decisions For Bush

Only On The Web: Former White House Communications Director Nicolle Wallace talks with Katie Couric about the decisions President Bush will need to make over Iraq.

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President Pressing For Advice

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports President Bush is in three days of intense talks on how to deal with the war in Iraq. Also, a new poll reveals Americans think the war is going badly.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Federal Reserve is expected to leave interest rates unchanged; inflation pressure kept a lid on stocks; and home resales are expected to grow in 2007.

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Slipping Support For Iraq War

As violence continues in Iraq and public support of the war slips, President Bush is involved in intensive consultations searching for a new strategy in Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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Illegal Immigration Crackdown

Federal officials arrested employees at meat-packing plants in six states. The workers, all illegal immigrants, also are accused of identity theft. Jennifer Miller reports.

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More Meetings On Iraq

President Bush is continuing his round of strategy meetings on Iraq. Meanwhile, multiple suicide bombings killed dozens in Baghdad. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Top U.S. Commander On Iraq

CBS News RAW: Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli, the top U.S. field commander in Iraq, says the military alone cannot resolve the situation in the region.

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Bush Meets Iraqi VP

CBSNews RAW: President Bush discussed the future of Iraq with Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi. The two leaders talked about working together toward a more peaceful Iraq.

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Kucinich To Try Again

CBS News RAW: Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, an early dropout in the 2004 presidential derby, declared his candidacy for 2008, saying "I fully expect to win."

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Capturing A Wish

Linda Solomon gave children at Salvation Army homeless shelters a holiday project ? to take pictures of what they wished for most. Katie Couric reports on what they captured on film.

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Iraq Plans 'Not Ready Yet'

President Bush won't give a televised speech to the nation this month because the White House says plans aren't ready. Jim Axelrod discusses the president's meetings with experts and Iraq's Sunni VP.

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Baghdad's Bloody Rush Hour

Suicide bombs exploded in Baghdad during the morning rush hour, killing dozens of commuters. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Preview- Baghdad Bombing

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston discusses the twin bombings in central Baghdad that killed scores of day laborers as they waited for jobs.

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Tracking 'Blood Diamonds'

Ed Zwick's latest film, "Blood Diamond," illustrates how the illicit diamond trade finances wars in Africa. Thalia Assuras investigates the diamond industry's claims that conditions have improved.

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Iran's Jews Worry Over Future

With Iran hosting a controversial Holocaust conference, the Islamic Republic's Jewish community fears its peaceful coexistence with Muslims will be shattered. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Obama's A Hit In New Hampshire

Illinois Sen. Barack Obama visited New Hampshire for the first time to attend a fundraiser, fueling speculation about the Democrat's presidential ambitions. Gloria Borger has more details.

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