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Friday, December 15, 2006

Rumsfeld Bids Farewell

CBS News RAW: Outgoing Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld reflected on his time in office during a farewell ceremony at the Pentagon.

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Rumsfeld Says Goodbye

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said goodbye at the Pentagon today. He was joined by President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for a full honor review. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Presents Freedom Awards

CBS News RAW: President Bush presents the Medal of Freedom to this year's honorees, which include writer William Safire, blues guitarist B.B. King and baseball player Buck O'Neil.

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Clooney, Cheadle On Darfur

CBS News RAW: Actors George Clooney and Don Cheadle, and Olympians Tegla Loroupe and Joey Cheek met with U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan to discuss concerns over the violence in Darfur.

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'Capitol Bob' On Sen. Johnson

Capitol Bob Schieffer speaks with Hannah Storm about South Dakota Sen. Tim Johnson's condition and the possible impact on the new congress.

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Prince William Graduates

As Britian's Prince William prepares to graduate from Sandhurst military academy, many are speculating a marriage between the prince and his rumored girlfriend, Catherine. Mark Phillips reports.

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Holiday War Vet Commemoration

The holidays can be hard for those who've lost loved ones, especially those who died during war. Hannah Storm reports on a man in Maine who is doing something special to commemorate veterans.

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Sen. Johnson Recovering

South Dakota Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson is continuing to recover from brain surgery, and doctors say they're seeing encouraging signs. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the senator's condition.

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Weekend Roundup, Rumsfeld

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's departure, Sen. Tim Johnson's illness, and Sen. Barack Obama's visit to New Hampshire.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Christmas travel is expected to hit an all-time high; the Federal Reserve chairman is in China for trade talks; and mortgage rates are on the rise.

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Eye To Eye- Michael Chertoff

Only On The Web: Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talks with Bob Orr about what's being done to keep America safe during the holidays. Then Katie Couric files her daily notebook.

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Eye To Eye- Michael Chertoff

Only On The Web: Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talks with Bob Orr about what's being done to keep America safe during the holidays.

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First Look- Missing Hikers

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Chris Dinan discuss the stories on tonight's "Evening News" broadcast, which include the missing hikers, a courthouse to try terror suspects and more.

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Immigration Debate

CBS News Radio's Steve Futterman reports the immigration debate took to the streets in 2006 as pro-immigration rallies challenged amnesty critics, Minutemen and a fence on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Is William An Army Man?

CBS News RAW: Royal watcher Victoria Mather doesn't think Prince William is destined to be a decorated war hero, despite having been commissioned as an officer in his granny's Royal Army.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that the rate of breast cancer has dropped; more nations will join the U.S. in combating malaria; and the Navy has requested the use of a blood substitute in Iraq.

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Soldiers' Families Find Relief

Families of wounded American soldiers are finding comfort at the Fisher House at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The belief is that the soldiers can recover faster with their loved ones close by.

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The State Of The Economy

Rising gas prices and interest rates slowed down the economy, which caused the housing market to slump. Frank Settipani reports that the economy still managed to grow enough to keep unemployment low.

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First Look- Senator's Illness

Only On The Web: Senior producer Jim McGlinchy previews some of tonight's stories ? the implications of an ailing senator, and the possibility of reserve troops being called to Iraq.

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