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Thursday, January 11, 2007

Sept. 11- War On Terror

In this "60 Minutes" segment that aired Sept, 11, 2002, President Bush recalls how he made the decision to declare war on terrorism. Scott Pelley reports.

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Sept. 11 Aboard Air Force One

Scott Pelley goes aboard Air Force One with President Bush for a "60 Minutes" segment on what happened on the plane after the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The story aired Sept. 11, 2002.

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Sept. 11- America Under Attack

In this "60 Minutes" segment that aired Sept. 11, 2002, Scott Pelley goes behind the scenes with President Bush to recount the moment Mr. Bush learned America had been attacked.

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Rice- Stakes In Iraq Are High

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice detailed the State Department's role in President Bush's new Iraq strategy. She also had harsh words for Syria and Iran.

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Sen. Durbin On New Iraq Plan

The majority whip, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., speaks with Harry Smith about the president's new plan for the war in Iraq. Many Democrats feel that adding more troops is not the solution.

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Rice On Iraq Strategy

Harry Smith spoke with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the president's speech and her upcoming testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Baghdad Reacts To Bush Speech

President Bush was adamant that Iraq's military and government must play a larger role in securing the country. Lara Logan reports that many doubt the government is up to the task.

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Troops Await Deployment

As President Bush announced his plan for the war in Iraq, many troops are already awaiting deployment. David Martin reports.

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Bush Admits Mistakes In Iraq

In outlining his plan for Iraq, President Bush admitted for the first time that the U.S. and Iraq have made mistakes with disastrous results. Bill Plante reports.

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Disabled Vets Battle The VA

The increasing number of wounded Iraq soldiers is overwhelming the Veterans Administration's ability to process them all. Wyatt Andrews reports on one disabled vet's headache with the VA.

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Duty Calls For These Soldiers

Mark Strassmann met with one sergeant at Fort Bragg, N.C., who will soon be on his way to Iraq after his wife gave birth to a baby.

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Bush Tries To Sell Iraq Plan

The president took to the road to sell a plan to increase troop levels in Iraq. He started with soldiers at Fort Bragg, N.C., where the reception was polite but far from ecstatic. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Bush's Popularity Still Low

Bob Schieffer analyzes the impact of President Bush's speech on his popularity. The president's stagnant poll numbers suggest that the Iraq war is still unpopular with the American public.

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Both Sides Criticize Bush

President Bush is getting criticism for last night's speech from both sides of the Congressional aisle. One Republican senator even called it a "blunder." Gloria Borger has more.

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Gates Calls For 92,000 Troops

CBS News RAW: Defense Secretary Robert Gates said failure is not an option in Iraq. He recommended that President Bush increase the overall military by 92,000 troops in the next five years.

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Bush Touts Plan To Soldiers

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke to soldiers at Fort Benning, Ga., the day after his speech to the nation in which he said he plans to increase troop levels in Iraq.

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McCain Supports Troop Increase

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., expressed his support for the president's plan to boost America's military presence in Iraq. McCain has advocated an increase in troop levels.

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Man Disrupts Iraq Hearing

CBS News RAW: A protester interrupted Condoleezza Rice during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee today, yelling, "still lying" and "stop the lies." Security officers escorted the man out.

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Rice, Gates Defend Iraq Plan

Key members of the Bush administration are on Capitol Hill to defend the president's plan for Iraq to Congress. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Presents Medal Of Honor

CBS News RAW: President Bush presented a posthumous Medal of Honor to Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham, who died in hand-to-hand combat with an insurgent in Iraq.

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New Iraq Plan- Tough Sell

As President Bush begins to launch a PR blitz in Fort Benning, Ga., for his Iraq strategy, Congress remains divided. Susan Roberts reports.

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Americans Await New Iraq Plan

Tonight, President Bush will address the nation in a primetime speech about his new way forward in Iraq. But will the president's plan receive approval? Aleen Sirgany reports.

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GOP Leaders Support Bush Plan

CBS News RAW: Republican leaders vowed to support the president's plan for Iraq. Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, said he believes Congress will support putting more troops in the field.

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Cheney Honors Jamestown

CBS News RAW: Vice President Dick Cheney honors Jamestown, Va., which is considered to be the first English colony to be settled in America.

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