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Monday, January 8, 2007

Bloomberg On Mysterious Odor

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg address the strange gas-like odor that lingered in the air near midtown Manhattan and the west side.

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Snow- Wait For Bush's Speech

CBS News RAW: White House press secretary Tony Snow urges the American people to wait for President Bush's Iraq strategy plan on Wednesday before engaging in a debate.

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Bush Bets On His Iraq Plan

President Bush's strategy for Iraq will apparently include a surge of 20,000 troops. Jim Axelrod reports on a plan that isn't very popular with the American people.

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Seeing A Soldier Off To War

Byron Pitts follows Army Staff Sgt. Rob Streeper as he says a tough good-bye to his family before embarking on his third deployment to Iraq.

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U.S. Hits Al Qaeda In Africa

CBS News has learned that a U.S. gunship conducted a strike against suspected Al Qaeda operatives in Somalia. One of the targets was the senior Al Qaeda leader in East Africa. David Martin reports.

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Husband & Wife At War In Iraq

Capt. Brian Neall and his wife, Capt. Tracie Neall, are preparing for another tour in Iraq. Mark Strassmann reports on this military family that faces twice the risk.

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Will More Troops In Iraq Work?

CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan and Harry Smith discuss whether more troops in Iraq will make a difference in winning the war.

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Report- Bush Wants More Troops

Sources tell CBS News that President Bush will call for a surge of additional troops in his revised plan for the war in Iraq. The new Congress is already raising red flags. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Vs. Dems On Iraq

Only On The Web: President Bush is expected to propose sending as many as 20,000 new troops to Iraq. Congressional Democrats disagree with the plan. Bill Plante reports.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that scientists say they have found a new source of stem cells; certain food labels may soon say they reduce osteoporosis; and Democrats want to reduce prescription drug prices.

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Going Back To Iraq

Only On The Web: Col. John Charlton talks with Byron Pitts about his earlier tours in Iraq and the difficulties many soldiers face when they are redeployed to the Middle East.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that auto enthusiasts are in Detroit this week; Friday's jobs report sparked concerns that interest rates will rise; and more people are listening to satellite radio.

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Eye To Eye- Gen. Rick Lynch

Only On The Web: Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch talks with Katie Couric about the effect public support of the Iraq war has on U.S. soldiers' morale and President Bush's plan to send more troops there.

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First Look- Iraq Deployment

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is in Fort Stewart, Ga., to anchor tonight's newscast, which takes a personal look at the deployment of troops to Iraq. Correspondent Byron Pitts has a preview.

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Eye To Eye- Gen. Rick Lynch

Only On The Web: Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch talks with Katie Couric about President Bush's plan to send more troops to Iraq; then Couric files her notebook.

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FTN- Nancy Pelosi

FTN 01.07.07: Bob Schieffer talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about the Democrats' plans for the war in Iraq and taxes.

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An Independent First Lady

Betty Ford was an honest and candid First Lady, sometimes more popular than her husband. Lesley Stahl examines Ford's headline-making past interviews with "60 Minutes."

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Rooney On Presidential Legacy

American presidents have a difficult job. Some are loved, some loathed. But their public popularity can be different from how their job performance is viewed.

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