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Sunday, January 28, 2007

Senate Mulls Iraq Resolutions

This week the Senate will have their say on the President's new plan for Iraq. Lawmakers will say yes or no to a series of resolutions supporting or opposing the plan. Joie Chen reports.

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Battle In Shiite Najaf

Iraqi forces, supported by the U.S. military, fought a fierce battle outside the holy city of Najaf. Two U.S. soldiers were killed in a helicopter crash. Lara Logan reports from Baghdad.

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Last U.S. Soldier In N. Korea

In Full: Bob Simon speaks to Joe Dresnok, the last American soldier who lives in North Korea and does not plan on leaving ever.

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Bush's SOTU Address

Andy Rooney has a few things to say about President Bush's State of the Union address. One of them is the way the President pronounces the word "nuclear."

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Can We Handle The Truth?

Bob Schieffer wonders why the government won't tell Americans the truth about the war.

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McConnell Doubts Resolution

FTN 01.28.07, part 2: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, doubts any resolution will be passed opposing the president's plan for Iraq.

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Specter, Webb Debate Iraq

FTN 01.28.07, part 1: Bob Schieffer talks to Senators Jim Webb, D-Virginia, and Arlen Specter, R-Penn., about whether the Senate will continue to support the president.

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The Real Mao Tse Tung

Michelle Teichner does a flashback on Mao Tse Tung's life 30 years after his death. The Chinese Communist Party has cast him as a distant founding father in the new capitalist China.

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FTN- Plan for Iraq

FTN 01.28.07: Bob Schieffer talks to Senators Jim Webb (D-MD), Arlen Specter (R-PA), and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) about the president's plan for Iraq.

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CBS Evening News, 01.28.07

Sunday: Two American soldiers died in a helicopter crash near Najaf; the Senate to vote resolutions opposing Bush's new Iraq strategy and the trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby continues.

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CBS Evening News, 01.27.07

Saturday: Intel and IBM are to announce a new, faster microchip; A significant attempt to change the direction and debate over the war and Hillary Clinton campaigned in Iowa today.

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Anti-War Rally In Washington

A big anti-war rally is planned in Washington D.C. Rally organizers expect tens of thousands of protestors, including active-duty military personnel to participate. Joie Chen reports.

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A Man Who Refused To Go To War

Ehren Watada, an army officer, has been waging a protest for months by publicly refusing to go to Iraq, and is facing court martial for it. John Blackstone has an exclusive report.

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