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Friday, January 26, 2007

Bush- What's Your Plan?

President Bush challenged Congress to come up with its own plan for Iraq and said success is the only option. Top House Democrats are in Iraq on a fact-finding mission. Gwen Belton reports.

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U.S. To Fight Terror In Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush explains to reporters that his policy for Iraq is to stop anyone within its borders from harming U.S. troops or Iraqi citizens.

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Bush- 'I'm The Decision-Maker'

CBS News RAW: In a meeting with military advisers, President Bush said he is the "decision-maker" about sending more troops to Iraq.

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The Columbia Crew

This Week In History: Mika Brzezinski takes a look at the men and women of Space Shuttle Columbia who were extraordinary in life but met a tragic end on February 1, 2003.

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Shuttle Columbia Disaster

This Week In History: Thousands witnessed debris fall from the sky as Space Shuttle Columbia tried to reenter Earth's orbit. CBS News Bob McNamara reports.

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Challenger Tragedy

This Week In History: On January 28, 1986 the nation watched as the space shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after liftoff killing all seven crew members.

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U.S. Confirms GIs' Abduction

U.S. officials confirmed that 4 soldiers were abducted and killed in a sneak attack in Iraq last week. Three of them were found shot to death, the other died en route to a hospital. Bob Orr reports.

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Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Bob Simon discusses his upcoming "60 Minutes" report about Joe Dresnok, the last American defector still living in North Korea.

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American In N. Korea Preview

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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CBS Evening News, 01.26.07

Friday: The president insists he will move forward with his Iraq plan; officials confirm that four soldiers were abducted and killed; and the warm winter has hit the heating oil industry hard.

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Resistance- Fall of Man'

What happens when you combine a World War II epic with the meanest, most vicious aliens around? You get Sony's "Resistance: Fall of Man."

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Notebook- Getting Off Oil

Only On The Web: Katie Couric says that we may be on the right path toward breaking our addiction to oil, noting that for the first time in 25 years, Americans are driving less.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports that Wall Street has the housing market on its mind; Ford had its worst year in history; Microsoft is a stock to watch; and Wal-Mart says it underpaid some hourly employees.

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Weekend Roundup- Bush's Speech

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's State of the Union address, the ongoing violence in Iraq and cold weather hitting the Northeast.

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Parents Of Slain Soldier Speak

Only On The Web: Rick and Cindy Morrison talk with Cynthia Bowers about losing their daughter in the Iraq war.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that more strong earnings reports could keep momentum high on Wall Street; and consumer data stolen from a large retailer has been used to make fraudulent purchases.

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First Look- Cancer Research

Only On The Web: Kelly Wallace and executive producer Rome Hartman preview tonight's broadcast. Stories include grant money for cancer research, states' health care efforts and cyber-bullying.

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