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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

First Look- Military Buildup

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discuss the stories on tonight's "Evening News" broadcast, which include the President's plan to expand the size of the U.S. military.

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Looking For New Ways In Iraq

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston reports the surprise visit of Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to Iraq is an indication of the urgency of the mission to find a new strategy in the country.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the world's largest casino company will go private; Morgan Stanley is in hot water with securities regulators; and marijuana is the country's largest cash crop.

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The Future of Iraq

John Pike, Director of GlobalSecurity.org, discusses President Bush's plan for military expansion and the President's strategy in Iraq.

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Bush Maps Future Steps

At a year-end news conference, President Bush acknowledged problems in Iraq and spoke about plans to expand the military. Allen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Sums Up Iraq Setbacks

CBS News RAW: At a news conference, President Bush spoke about America's troop strength overall and the situation in Iraq.

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Inside The New Situation Room

CBS News RAW: The White House unveiled its new Situation Room to reporters and cameramen. The project is expected to be completed by next spring.

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Bush- 2006 A 'Difficult Year'

President Bush admitted that 2006 has been "difficult" for U.S. troops and the Iraqi people. Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited Iraq to assess the situation. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Ski Therapy For Soldiers

More than 22,000 U.S. soldiers have been wounded in Iraq; many of them have lost limbs. Dozens of these disabled war vets have found solace on Colorado's ski slopes. Harry Smith reports.

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Too Cold For Radar?

The government wants to move an intricate radar system from Hawaii to Alaska. But can the billion-dollar project survive the harsh Alaskan weather? Armen Keteyian reports.

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First Lady On "Difficult Year"

Bob Schieffer interviews first lady Laura Bush, who says it's been a tough year for the president watching the violence in Iraq.

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Wanted- New Recruits

The Army managed to exceed its recruiting goal for 2006 only after lowering it standards. With the military set to expand, many wonder where these new recruits will come from. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush Undecided On Troop Surge

President Bush conceded that it's been a tough year for the U.S. in Iraq, but that he hasn't decided whether to send a "surge" of troops. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Bush Seeks A Bigger Military

President Bush plans to recruit and train more military personnel at the urging of the Joint Chiefs, who say the armed forces are overextended. David Martin reports.

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Wanted- More Power In Baghdad

Coordinated attacks by insurgents on the power grid in Iraq mean that Baghdad residents have only a few hours of electricity per day. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Bush Military Expansion

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons discusses President Bush's plans to expand the American military and what it means for the war in Iraq.

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