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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Hughes On Global Communication

CBS News RAW: Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs and former Bush aide Karen Hughes speaks about the State Department's role in modern global communication.

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Rice At Private Sector Summit

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke at the State Department. Rice advocated the Bush administration's policy of seeking partnerships with the private sector.

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Warships Wait Near Somalia

Somali officials say U.S. attacks have continued, but American officials say there have been no additional strikes since the first one. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Exclusive- Al Qaeda In Africa

CBS News Exclusive: Grainy video shows Fazul Abdullah Mohammed at the aftermath of a 1996 ferry accident in central Africa's Lake Victoria. NO AUDIO.

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Schieffer On Bush's Speech

Bob Schieffer tells Katie Couric that the President made the best case he could make for the position he has taken ? but that he will not have many people agree with his position.

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Bush's Next Steps

Jim Axelrod reports on the president speech and says Mr. Bush will travel to Fort Benning, Ga., as he begins the work of selling his plan to the American people.

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A Look At Bush's Plan

David Martin has a detailed report on how the added 20,000 troops will be deployed in Iraq. If U.S. troops can't turn the situation around in six months they will know the strategy is not working.

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Congressional Skeptics On Iraq

Democrats and some Republicans are skeptical about President Bush's new strategy for the War in Iraq, including a boost in the number of U.S. troops. Sharyl Atkisson reports.

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Women Vets' Invisible Wounds

More women have served in Iraq and Afghanistan than in any other American war, and many are coming home with stress disorders. Lee Cowan talks with one.

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Fighting An Endless War

Byron Pitts talks with Marine Corps Maj. George Schreffler who was at the front line in Iraq four years ago and is now training his successors.

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No Sign Of Iraq Group Plan

The Baker-Hamilton commission published its recommendations for an Iraq strategy recently, but it's hard to find any of the study group's proposals in President Bush's new plan. Gloria Borger reports.

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Business As Usual For Troops

Lara Logan met with the U.S. Army's First Cavalry before President Bush's speech on a change in the strategy on the War in Iraq. They said they just hope the government makes the right decision.

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Sen. Warner On Bush's Speech

Sen. John Warner, R-Va., talks with Katie Couric about President Bush's speech tonight. Warner stressed that Congress should study the president's proposals before offering judgement.

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California Healthcare Overhaul

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is working on a healthcare overhaul with the hope that everyone in the state can receive adequate medical insurance. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Schieffer- Selling Iraq Plan

Bob Schieffer says Bush's upcoming speech may be the most important of his presidency. He discusses the president's new plan for Iraq with Harry Smith.

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Bush Counselor On War Plan

Harry Smith speaks to White House counselor Dan Bartlett about the president's new plan to add an additional 20,000 troops to the war effort in Iraq.

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Bush's New War Plan For Iraq

Tonight, President Bush will present to the American people his new plan for the war in Iraq. An expected key part of the president's plan will be an increase in troops. Bill Plante reports.

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Durbin- Wrong Way On Iraq

Sen. Richard Durbin says President's Bush's "new direction" is actually moving America in the "wrong direction" on Iraq.

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Bush- No Phased Withdrawal

President Bush does not agree that America should scale back its military presence in Baghdad as that would result in "mass killings on an unimaginable scale."

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Bush Outlines Diplomacy Plans

In his speech on Iraq, President Bush said Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to the Middle East at the end of the week to strengthen diplomatic ties in the region.

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Bush- Al Qaeda In Iraq

President Bush told the nation that al Qaeda still has a presence in Iraq, and that he he will increase troops in Anbar Province to "step up the pressure on the terrorists."

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Bush's Plans To Secure Baghdad

In his speech, President Bush said military commanders have reviewed plans to stem the violence in Baghdad. A new effort puts a greater Iraqi military and police presence in the city.

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Bush- Pledge Not Open-Ended

In his speech to the nation, President Bush cautioned the Iraqi government to take greater responsibility and said America's commitment "is not open-ended."

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Bush- New Approach In Iraq

President Bush told the nation the U.S. will increase training of Iraqi forces, provide more American advisers to Iraq's army and aid local reconstruction efforts.

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Bush- Failure Means Disaster

President Bush says failure in Iraq would be a "disaster" for the United States.

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Bush- Blame Me For Mistakes

President Bush takes responsibility for mistakes made in Iraq.

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More Troops To Iraq

CBS News Military Analyst Mitch Mitchell offers his thoughts on President Bush's plan to send 21,500 more troops to Iraq.

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Panetta On Iraq Plan

Only On The Web: Leon Panetta, a Democrat who was a member of the Iraq Study Group, gives his opinion on the change in strategy on the War in Iraq.

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Bush's Iraq Plan

Only On The Web: In his speech tonight, President Bush is expected to call for an increase in the number of American troops in Iraq. The plan faces opposition in Congress. Bill Plante reports.

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Eye To Eye- Troop Buildup

Only On The Web: Katie Couric speaks with Dan Greeley, the father of two Marines, and Phillip Carter, a former Army captain. They offer differing takes on a possible troop buildup.

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First Look- New Iraq Plan

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews this evening's address from President Bush regarding a new way forward for the war in Iraq. Katie Couric is Washington, D.C., to anchor "The Evening News."

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Special Report- Bush's Speech

Katie Couric has a special report on President Bush's new strategy for Iraq. The president's plan calls for sending 20,000 more troops to Iraq to help quell sectarian violence.

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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; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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First Look- U.S. Vs. Al Qaeda

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Rome Hartman preview tonight's stories, which include the U.S. operation in Somalia, violence in Baghdad and Apple's introduction of the iPhone.

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Notebook- Mitt Romney

Only On The Web: Is America ready for a Mormon president? Katie Couric thinks the country is ready to be educated about a misunderstood religion.

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