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Monday, January 29, 2007

MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports that the Federal Reserve begins a two-day meeting on interest rates tomorrow; Google's earnings report is due; and Vista is an important new product for Microsoft.

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CBS Evening News, 01.29.07

Monday: The U.S. military says it has proof that Iran is arming insurgents; U.S. and Iraqi forces battle gunmen on the outskirts of Najaf; and a privately funded military rehabilitation center opens.

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First Look- Kimberly Dozier

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Rome Hartman preview tonight's "CBS Evening News." Among the stories, an update on Kimberly Dozier, who survived a bomb attack in Baghdad that killed her crew.

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Notebook- Kimberly Dozier

Only On The Web: Eight months after being injured in Iraq, correspondent Kimberly Dozier made an appearance at CBS. Katie Couric discusses her courage and that of her 2 deceased colleagues.

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Interest Rates Hike In Future

Ray Hennessey, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers his thoughts on the Federal Reserve's upcoming meeting and the possibility of a rate hike.

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Kimberly Dozier Returns To CBS

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier returns to the "CBS Evening News" studio after surviving a car bomb attack in Baghdad while on assignment. Her cameraman and soundman did not survive.

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Physical Gives Peace Of Mind

Patients who can afford it are going to special centers for pricey-but-thorough "executive physicals." They say the extra cost is worth it. Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.

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Bloody Sunday

Sean O'Driscoll, a journalist at the Irish Times, offers some insight on the anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

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Kimberly Dozier Returns To CBS

CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier visited CBS on Monday. Dozier spent months in rehab after being wounded in Iraq. Her colleagues, Paul Douglas and James Brolan, lost their lives in the same attack.

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A Different Side Of Hillary?

During a weekend stop in Iowa, Sen. Hillary Clinton raised some eyebrows when she made a comment that may have alluded to her marriage. Gloria Borger has more details.

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Bush To Iran- Back Off

U.S. officials say they have proof that Iran is arming insurgents in Iraq, and President Bush warned the Islamic Republic to back off or suffer the consequences. David Martin has more details.

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Heavy Fighting Near Najaf

U.S. and Iraqi forces battled gunmen on the outskirts of Najaf, capturing more than 100 fighters. Iraqi officials described the gunmen as part of a radical religious cult. Lara Logan reports.

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Hi-Tech Rehab Facility Opens

A military rehabilitation facility opened in San Antonio, allowing hundreds of amputees to recuperate in a high-tech environment. The entire facility was funded privately. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Clinton, McCain At Dedication

CBS News RAW: Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., and John McCain, R-Ariz., both presidential candidates, speak to troops at the dedication of a rehab center for wounded Iraq veterans.

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Insurgent Gunfire Kills 10

Insurgent mortars hit a Shiite neighborhood in Baghdad during an important religious holiday. Meanwhile, the battle in Washington continues. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Insurgent Plot Foiled In Najaf

U.S. and Iraqi forces reportedly have killed some 200 militants plotting to attack a Shiite religious festival in Iraq. Meanwhile, the war of words in Washington continues. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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2 U.S. Soldiers Die in Najaf

CBS News RAW: In response to alleged plans to assassinate Shiite clerics, U.S. and Iraqi soldiers battled insurgents in the holy city of Najaf. Two U.S. soldiers died in a helicopter crash.

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Bush- Increase H1-B Visa Quota

President Bush called on Congress to increase the number of H1-B visas that are designated to foreigners with special skills needed in this country. Trish Regan reports on the debate it has sparked.

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Lewis 'Scooter' Libby Trial

The obstruction trial of Vice President Cheney's former Chief of Staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby continues tomorrow in Washington. Randall Pinkston reports.

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