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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Notebook- Report, Then Decide

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses the false claim that Sen. Barack Obama attended a radical Muslim school. Couric believes journalists should refrain from repeating unsourced gossip.

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Eye To Eye- Paris' Sacrifice

Only On The Web: Paris, Ill., has paid a huge price in the war in Iraq. Its National Guard unit has lost 5 soldiers and had more than 20 injured. Cynthia Bowers talked with the town's mayor.

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Indictment In '64 Slayings

CBS News RAW: FBI Director Robert Mueller announced the indictment of the former KKK member James Ford Seale the in 1964 slayings of two black Civil Rights activists in Jackson, Miss.

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An American In North Korea

The last American defector still living in North Korea tells his story 44 years after deserting the army in 1962. Bob Simon reports.

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Politico Editor On Senate Vote

Hannah Storm speaks with Jim VandeHei, executive editor of The Politico, about the symbolic vote by a Senate House committee against the president's plan for a troop surge in Iraq.

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Beirut In Lockdown After Riot

The Lebanese Army enforced a curfew in Beirut after a violent clash between government and opposition supporters killed two people and injured dozens more. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bloody Day In Beirut

CBS News RAW: An argument between pro-government students and others who support Hezbollah's bid to force out Lebanon's president erupted into a day of violent clashes in Beirut.

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Obama On Health Care

CBS News RAW: At a news conference for Families USA, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., calls for universal health care.

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Crackdown On Iraq Violence

Iraqi forces and U.S. troops have launched a major crackdown on violence in Iraq, while politicians in Washington debate over increasing troop deployment. Gwen Belton reports.

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Panel Shoots Down Iraq Plan

In a non-binding resolution, the Democrat-controlled Senate Foreign Relations Committee opposed President Bush's plan to increase U.S. military presence in Iraq. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Small Town, Big Price

Cynthia Bowers reports from Paris, Ill., a town of 9,000 that has lost 5 soldiers and had more than 20 wounded in Iraq.

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1964 Cold Case Revived

Authorities charged a former Ku Klux Klan member with kidnapping in connection with the 1964 drownings of two black civil rights activists in Mississippi. Randall Pinkston reports.

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A Model Neighborhood In Iraq

Lara Logan joined a group of U.S. soldiers as they provided much-needed supplies to residents in a Sunni area. She soon saw how humanitarian missions can turn into scenes of chaos.

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Uranium Seized In Sting

Officials from the former Soviet Republic of Georgia seized bomb-grade uranium from a Russian accused of trying to sell it to a radical Islamic terrorist. Bob Orr has more details.

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Senate Panel Nixes Bush's Plea

In a non-binding resolution, the Democratic-controlled Senate Foreign Relations Committee rejected President Bush's plan to send more troops to Iraq, calling it a "mistake." Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Troop Buildup In Afghanistan

The Pentagon will be sending more soldiers to Afghanistan to combat a resurgent Taliban. David Martin explains why U.S. officials are growing frustrated.

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Battle For Haifa St. Continues

U.S. and Iraqi forces continued their battle for control of Baghdad's Haifa Street. Lara Logan joined a group of American soldiers on the lookout for roadside bombs.

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