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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Iraq Strategy

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons analyzes President Bush's new strategy in Iraq and discusses what it will take for the U.S. to deploy 21,500 troops.

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A Closer Look At Joost

Only On The Web: David Clark gives Daniel Sieberg a demonstration of Joost's search feature. The interactive online TV service will let users create their own channels.

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Kennedy Accentuates Position

CBS News RAW: Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., emphasizes that Congressional Democrats are only blocking the addition of troops in Iraq, not limiting needed equipment for those already there.

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Kennedy Accentuates Position

CBS News RAW: Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., emphasizes that Congressional Democrats are only blocking the surge of troops in Iraq not limiting needed equipment for soldiers already there.

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Democracy Promoters Killed

Lara Logan reports from Baghdad on a recent incident of violence that killed four members of a group that promotes democracy there, including one American woman.

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Vote Against Troop Buildup

Members of Congress who oppose President Bush's troop surge in Iraq made good on their promise to fight him by introducing a non-binding resolution condemning the plan. Sharyl Atkisson reports.

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Barack Obama Revs Up Campaign

Gloria Borger examines a potential presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., who is like no other contender, one of a younger generation.

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Bush & Maliki Need Each Other

President Bush needs and expects the cooperation of Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki. But as Jim Axelrod reports, al-Maliki may not have the political capital to stem the violence in Iraq.

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Brutal Violence In Baghdad

Violence escalated in Iraq when terrorists targeted a centuries-old university. Two bombs exploded in succession, killing scores of students on their way home after class. Lara Logan reports.

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