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Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Notebook- The Cost Of War

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about the price tag of the war in Iraq.

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Eye To Eye- Barclay And Son

Only On The Web: Brig. Gen. James Barclay and Lt. James Barclay IV talk with David Martin about their experiences as father and son serving in the Army.

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Apple Unveils Its iPhone

Only On The Web: Apple CEO Steve Jobs ended months of speculation today when he unveiled details of the company's new iPhone device. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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Troop Surge Debate Continues

Only On The Web: As President Bush prepares to ask the American people for more resources to invest in Iraq, Republicans and Democrats continue to disagree. Bill Plante reports.

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Zing's New Wi-Fi MP3 Player

Only On The Web: Tim Bucher, CEO of Zing, shows Larry Magid his company's new product. Zing is an MP3 player that can stream Internet radio and is part of a global community.

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Bush To Announce Plan for Iraq

President Bush is expected to announce his plan to increase troop levels in Iraq in a speech tomorrow night. Bill Plante reports from the White House.

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U.S. Air Strike In Somalia

U.S. warplanes have attacked at least two suspected al Qaeda targets in Somalia. CBS correspondent David Martin reports.

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Insurgent Battle In Baghdad

U.S. and Iraqi forces have come under heavy insurgent fire in central Baghdad. Lara Logan reports.

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Malibu Mayor On Wildfire

Ken Kearsley, the mayor of Malibu, Calif., speaks with Hannah Storm about the devastation caused by the wildfires.

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A General And A Father

David Martin talks to Brigadier Gen. James Barclay, a career military man, whose son was wounded in Afghanistan.

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Apple's New Toy

Steve Jobs introduced Apple's latest, much-anticipated gadget - the iPhone. The device has no buttons but boasts plenty of new features. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Health Insurance For Everyone

California isn't waiting for the new Congress to make affordable health insurance available to all residents. Sandra Hughes reports.

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U.S. Prolongs Al Qaeda Assault

A U.S. gunship blasted at a suspected hideout of Al Qaeda terrorists in Somalia. The men are suspected in the 1998 bombings of two American embassies in Africa. David Martin reports.

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Bush To Deploy 11,000 Troops

Jim Axelrod reports that President Bush plans to deploy 11,000 additional troops to Iraq and offer to send an additional 11,000 if the Iraqi government agrees to work together with the U.S.

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Military Teamwork In Iraq

American soldiers joined the Iraqi military in fighting insurgents on the streets of Baghdad. Lara Logan reports.

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Iraq Offensive Kills 50

One day before President Bush announces his new Iraq strategy, an American military offensive in Baghdad rooted out terrorist hideouts and reportedly killed 50 people. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bloomberg- NYC Still A Target

CBS News RAW: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg asked a Senate committee hearing on 9/11 recommendations for more funding to combat terrorism in his city.

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Democrats On 9/11 Proposals

CBS News RAW: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., discuss the Democrats' bill to implement some of the 9/11 Commission's recommendations.

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Bush On 'No Child Left Behind'

CBS News RAW: With the No Child Left Behind Act set to expire in 2007, President Bush expressed his optimism that both parties will work together to reauthorize the legislation.

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Bush To Ask For More Troops?

President Bush is expected to ask for additional troops in a speech Wednesday evening. Mr. Bush hopes that more troops will be able to squelch sectarian bloodshed in Baghdad. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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