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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Generals Oppose Bush Plan

Four retired generals spoke out on Capitol Hill, doubting President Bush's plan to increase troops in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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More Troubles For Nifong

A second congressman is now calling on the federal government to take a look into prosecutor Mike Nifong's handling of the Duke lacrosse sex offense case. Stacy Case reports.

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Battle For Haifa Street

Only On The Web: CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports on the intense battle, nearly two weeks old, to wrest control of Baghdad's Haifa Street from the insurgency.

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'No Rift' Between Bush, Maliki

CBS News RAW: Jim Axelrod asks Tony Snow about President Bush's relationship with Iraq's Prime Minister. An Italian newspaper reported that al-Maliki blamed the U.S. for Iraq's security woes.

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Eye To Eye- Female Politicians

Only On The Web: Debbie Walsh, the director of the Center for American Women in Politics, talks with Katie Couric about the advances women have made in Washington.

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More Criticism For Bush Plan

Iraq's prime minister reportedly is blaming the U.S. for his country's security woes. Meanwhile, retired U.S. military commanders are criticizing President Bush's Iraq plan. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Thursday's stories: Financial adviser Ray Martin discusses how to pay off school debt; cutting energy bills with AARP's money-saving tips; and Tori Ritchie cooks up delicious breakfast recipes.

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Tips To Cut Energy Bills

If you need to save some money at home, start with your utility bill. Sid Kirchheimer, a contributing editor to AARP The Magazine, shares some power-saving tips with Julie Chen.

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Managing School Debt

As the cost of college keeps going up, many students and parents struggle to keep up with loan payments and debt. Financial adviser Ray Martin speaks with Julie Chen about ways to pay for school.

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Girl Fights- Ugly Web Trend

Police have arrested three teenaged girls who videotaped themselves beating up another girl. The video is one of many that can be found on Web sites such as YouTube. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Rebellion On Iraq Plan

The Senate has proposed a bi-partisan resolution opposing the President Bush's plan to raise troop levels in Iraq. Bill Plante reports that the White House is not pleased.

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Ice, Snow Plague Great Plains

Ice and snow created treacherous travel conditions on roads and highways throughout the Plains. Also, the severe winter weather caused delays at Texas airports. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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'Capitol Bob' On Obama

All eyes are turned toward the 2008 presidential race since Illinois Sen. Barack Obama announced he may run. Bob Schieffer discusses Obama and the way he made his announcement.

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Sen. Clinton On Barack Obama

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks with Harry Smith about Barack Obama's recent advances towards a presidential announcement and her recent trip to Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Congress Takes On Bush On Iraq

Members of Congress introduced non-binding resolutions challenging the president's Iraq plan as today's violence in Baghdad killed more than 30 people. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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