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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Deval Patrick's Long Road

The new governor of Massachusetts had a tough childhood growing up on the south side of Chicago. But his seventh-grade teacher saw something special in Deval Patrick. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Syria's Role In Iraq

Syria could become a partner in helping to curb the violence in Iraq. However, the U.S. still refuses to meet with Iraq's neighboring country. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Schieffer On The Senate Debate

Bob Schieffer talks to Katie Couric about the debate in Congress over President Bush's plan to send more troops to Iraq. He says Republican leaders are trying to water down the resolutions.

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Congress Versus The President

Congress is unhappy over President Bush's plan for Iraq. Sen. Arlen Specter, a Republican, said that Mr. Bush is not the "sole decider" on war issues. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Fallon On Success In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Adm. William Fallon told a Senate confirmation hearing that it will take a long time before Iraq turns into a democracy, but that there is potential for success.

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Syria To Play Role On Iran?

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk discusses US actions against Iranian militias in Iraq and what isolating Iran could mean for Syria.

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Japan And Global Warming

As Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" is released in Japan, Barry Petersen takes a look at global warming and how it's affecting the country.

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Eye To Eye- Farouk al-Shara

Only On The Web: In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Syria's Vice President Farouk al-Shara tells Elizabeth Palmer that his country is ready to work with the U.S. to bring peace to Iraq.

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First Look- Syria's Diplomacy

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer interviewed Syria's vice president about the Iraq conflict and his country's diplomatic approach. That story and more on tonight's "CBS Evening News."

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CBS Evening News, 01.30.07

Tuesday: Congress is up in arms over sending more troops to Iraq; Syria could help curb the violence in Iraq; and the FAA wants to raise the mandatory retirement age from 60 to 65.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Microsoft launched its new operating system, Vista; investors think interest rates will remain stable; and HSBC is raising interest rates for online savings accounts.

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U.S. Warns Iran On Iraq

U.S. officials say they have proof that Iran has been providing arms to militants in Iraq, and President Bush has warned the Iranians to stop. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Dave Price Catches Colts Fever

Dave Price visits Twelfth Man Alley in Indianapolis to help Colts fans gear up for Super Bowl XLI. Mayor Bart Peterson and fans make their predictions for Sunday's big game.

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New Yorkers Hit Campaign Trail

Voters in the early-bird caucus states of Iowa and New Hampshire got a first look at two New Yorkers with presidential aspirations in 2008. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Fighting In Najaf Mars Holiday

U.S. and Iraqi forces killed some 300 militant fighters and remain on high alert in Najaf where a Shiite religious festival is under way. Lara Logan has more from Baghdad.

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