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Friday, January 12, 2007

U.S. Embassy Attack In Athens

An anti-tank shell struck the third floor of the U.S. embassy in Athens, Greece. Greek officials are calling it an act of terrorism. Susan Roberts reports.

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Saving Soldiers' Marriages

The stress soldiers suffer at war can put stress on their marriages when they come back home. Byron Pitts reports on a retreat program that helps soldiers save their marriages.

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War Traps Iraqis In Homes

For some Iraqi families, there's no escaping the war. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports on how fierce fighting is trapping Iraqis in their own homes.

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Lee Hamilton On New Iraq Plan

Lee Hamilton, co-chairman of the Iraq Study Group, spoke with Russ Mitchell about President Bush's new strategy for securing Iraq.

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Exclusive- Bush Interview

In an exclusive interview, President Bush told "60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley that the Senate won't change his plan to send more than 21,000 additional troops to Iraq.

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Former Ambassador On Iraq

Former ambassador to Iraq Paul Bremer speaks with Harry Smith about the situation in Iraq and the president's new war strategy.

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Selling The New Iraq Plan

As President Bush visited Ft. Benning, Ga., to muster up support for his new plan, members of his administration were grilled by Congress. Bill Plante reports.

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Family Of Soldiers

Military men and women have the most at stake in President Bush's plan to increase troop numbers in Iraq. David Martin reports that military service is often "all in the family."

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1968- King Assasinated

This Week In History: Civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr., who was standing outside a balcony at Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn., was assassinated on April 4, 1968.

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1991- Start Of Gulf War

This Week In History: Scott Pelley reports on the first day of Desert Storm in 1991.

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U.S. Vs. Iran- Conflict Ahead?

The U.S. and Iran might be on a collision course over the war in Iraq. David Martin has the inside story.

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Soldiers' Marriages At Risk

Only On The Web: Dr. Michael Wagner of the Family Medical Assistance Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center tells Byron Pitts about the problems soldiers face when they return home.

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Notebook- Guantanamo Bay

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says we should hope the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is closed down soon, especially if that means finding a better way to deal with our worst enemies.

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Eye To Eye- Lee Hamilton

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell spoke with Lee Hamilton, co-chair of the Iraq Study Group, about the differences between the panel's findings and President Bush's strategy for securing Iraq.

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First Look- President Bush

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell previews this evening's stories, including an exclusive "60 Minutes" interview with President Bush.

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First Look- A Soldier's View

Only On The Web: Mark Strassmann is at Fort Bragg, N.C., getting one soldier's take on President Bush's plan to increase troop levels in Iraq.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that Los Angeles and Chicago are looking at banning trans fats as New York did; bird flu is back in Indonesia; and there may be a simple way kids can fight obesity.

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Sept. 11- A Year Later

President Bush talks to correspondent Scott Pelley about Osama bin Laden, the fight against terrorism and changing the Iraq regime in this "60 Minutes" interview that aired Sept. 11, 2002.

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