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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Notebook- Women At War

Only On The Web: More than 155,000 women have been deployed to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. Katie Couric notes that they come home with a higher rate of psychological trauma than men.

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First Lady Discusses Malaria

The president and first lady are hosting a summit at the White House on the fight against malaria in Africa. Laura Bush speaks to Hannah Storm about the cause.

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Donating Games For Kids

On day four of the Wishes for Kids holiday toy drive, "The Early Show" has teamed up with the U.S. Marines to collect donations. Julie Chen speaks with Callie and Pam Weiant and Julia Fitzgerald.

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Diana's Secretary On Report

Patrick Jephson, a former private secretary to Princess Diana, speaks with Julie Chen about the report by the British government on the death of Lady Di and Dodi Al-Fayed.

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Sen. Johnson Hospitalized

Weeks before the Democrats take control of the senate with a one-vote majority, Sen. Tim Johnson, D-N.D., is in critical condition after suffering from stroke-like symptoms. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Possible Shift Of Senate Power

Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., fell seriously ill Wednesday, which could threaten the Democrats' majority in the Senate. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Pledges To Fight Malaria

CBS News RAW: President Bush compared global efforts to eradicate malaria to the war against terrorism and pledged financial support to fight the disease in Africa.

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Sen. Reid On Johnson

CBS News RAW: Incoming Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid commented on South Dakota's Sen. Tim Johnson's emergency brain surgery. Reid said all Senate members are praying for his full recovery.

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New U.N. Chief Sworn In

CBS News RAW: South Korea's Ban Ki-moon was sworn in as secretary-general of the United Nations. He replaces Kofi Annan.

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All Children Left Behind

American public schools are falling behind their international counterparts. Thalia Assuras reports on the revolutionary recommendations presented by a Blue Ribbon Commission on education.

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Anniversary Of Saddam Capture

It's been three years since Saddam Hussein was found and arrested by American troops in a spider hole in Iraq. Byron Pitts reports.

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Iraqis Have Hope For Future

Iraqis believed Saddam Hussein to be an evil dictator. But many also think their lives were safer under his regime compared with the present bouts of violence. Randall Pinkston reports.

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General Calls For More Troops

The top Army general advocates more National Guard and reserve troops to sustain fighting in Iraq. Outgoing defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld disagrees. David Martin reports.

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The Balance Of Power

Sen. Tim Johnson's sudden illness has prompted much discussion about whether control of the Senate will swing back to the Republicans. Gloria Borger looks back to see if there are any precedents.

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Johnson In Critical Condition

Sen. Tim Johnson underwent emergency surgery after suffering sudden bleeding in his brain. The surgery was successful but the South Dakota Democrat is in critical condition. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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FDA Blasted On Ketek

A Senate committee released a report blasting the FDA for deliberately withholding key data on Ketek, a controversial antibiotic. Armen Keteyian talked with the man who blew the whistle on the FDA.

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President?s Strategy On Iraq

President Bush met with military leaders about his new strategy for Iraq. He said he?ll wait to announce any plans until he has heard all suggestions. David Martin reports.

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Bonus Time On Wall Street

Goldman Sachs' profits have risen this quarter by a whopping 93% ? and that means big bonuses for its employees. Byron Pitts reports on the trickle-down effect of all that money.

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