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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Will We Shop Till We Drop?

November sales exceeded many analysts' expectations, but retailers say the holiday shopping season may not end as strongly. As Anthony Mason reports, this could have a big effect on the economy.

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President Gets Advice On Iraq

President Bush spoke with his top military brass about how to improve the situation in Iraq. They urged an increase the number of U.S. troops assigned to train Iraqi security forces.

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Bush- 'Not Going To Be Rushed'

CBS News RAW: Flanked by military leaders, President Bush said he's "not going to be rushed" into making a hasty decision on changing his Iraq policy.

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Bush, Pentagon Meet On Iraq

The president met with Pentagon officials as he sought more advice on the Iraq war. Meanwhile, more violence occurred across Iraq as a U.S. delegation met with Prime Minister al-Maliki.

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Pez And 'Cabbage' For Kids

As part of "Wishes For Kids," "The Early Show" and the U.S. Marines' Toys for Tots have joined forces to collect donations. Two gentlemen donate pez dispensers and cabbage patch dolls.

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'Capitol Bob' On 2008 Race

There's been lots of talk about the 2008 presidential race, especially concerning Democratic Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. "Capitol Bob" Schieffer speaks with Hannah Storm.

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Hedgehogs In Harm's Way

Global climate changes are affecting the natural hibernation patterns of Great Britain's beloved hedgehogs. Mark Phillips shares the story of one woman who is trying to help.

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Bush Delays Iraq Plan

Originally expected before the New Year, the blueprint for U.S. involvement in Iraq will not be unveiled by President Bush until early '07. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the employment rate for 2007; the Federal Reserve left interest rates alone; low-income workers can't afford housing; and Wal-Mart hit the Elmo jackpot.

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One Ketek User's Story

Only On The Web: Iraq War veteran Chuck Gregg and his wife Sherry describe how his health failed after taking the antibiotic Ketek.

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No Way Forward In Iraq Yet

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports anticipation has been building all week for President Bush to share his plan for Iraq, but press secretary Tony Snow says that won't happen until next year.

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Eye To Eye- Rwandan Genocide

Only On The Web: "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon talks with a woman who survived the slaughter of 800,000 Tutsis by Hutu militias in Rwanda.

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Notebook- U.S. Intelligence

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says that Congress should hold U.S. intelligence services accountable for getting the job done. The country can't confront threats unless it understands them.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Americans are spending more on health care; exercise may benefit smokers; and a study says drinking in moderation may lengthen your life.

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Space Station Upgrade Starts

Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Disccovery attempted to replace the solar panels on the international space station. Drew Levinson reports.

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Promoting For Free

Ben McConnell, co-author of the book Citizen Marketers, discusses how the average person is able to help or change a company's product, all with a little help from the internet.

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The Future of the Iraq War

Kenneth Sherrill, professor of political science at Hunter College, offers his insight on President Bush, his approval ratings and the future of the Iraq war.

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Taliban Mini-State

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk discusses the Taliban "mini-state" and its effect on the attacks in Afghanistan.

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Annan Criticizes Bush

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk discusses outgoing U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's criticism of President Bush and the war in Iraq.

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New Car Safety Test

CBSNews RAW: Researchers are using a new test to measure car safety. The test focuses on rollover accidents, which, according to the Federal government, kill thousands of people annually.

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