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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

British Terror Plot Foiled

British authorities say that they have foiled a major terrorist plot following the raids of several addresses and the arrest of eight people in Birmingham, England. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Making A Difference

Only On The Web: Rudy De La Cruz is one of Rafe Esquith's former pupils. He now attends a prestigious private school and he says he owes it all to his teacher.

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Deval Patrick Shares His Story

Only On The Web: Gov. Deval Patrick discusses his journey from a rough Chicago neighborhood to being the first African-American governor of Massachusetts with CBS' Richard Schlesinger.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Ben Bernanke will announce the fate of interest rates; and U.S. Airways was ordered to stop serving alcohol on flights in and out of New Mexico.

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First Look- A Devoted Teacher

Only On The Web: Katie Couric previews tonight's segments, including a terror plot foiled in England, and Bill Whitaker discusses his story on a special inner-city schoolteacher.

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Notebook- Legislative Earmarks

Only On The Web: Katie Couric comments on the new Congress' plan to fund the government for the next eight months. With a no-earmark pledge, the plan may jeopardize some worthy projects.

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Cops- Garrison DUI In Crash

ShowBuzz RAW: Authorities say actor Lane Garrison was driving under the influence of alcohol and cocaine. Mark Coogan, KCBS-TV reports Garrison's car killed one teen and injured two others.

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A Marathon Campaign?

Steve Chaggaris, Deputy Political Director for CBS News, discusses campaign fatigue and how the internet will play a role in the 2008 presidential elections.

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Ralph Nader - Part Two

Consumer advocate and author Ralph Nader shares his thoughts on his new book, a documentary about his life and whether or not he'll run for president in 2008.

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Ralph Nader - Part One

Consumer advocate and author Ralph Nader shares his thoughts on his new book, a documentary about his life and whether or not he'll run for president in 2008.

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Corruption, Waste In Iraq

As violence continues in Iraq, a new report outlines waste of American aid dollars and possible corruption within Iraq's police force. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Taxpayer Money Wasted In Iraq

A U.S. Inspector General's report exposes corruption among Iraqi police and a waste of American reconstruction aid. David Martin reports.

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Biden Gets Off On Wrong Foot

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., referred to Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., a fellow presidential candidate, as "clean" and "articulate." Gloria Borger reports on the possible racial undertones.

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Homegrown Terror In Britain

British Muslims believe constant terror raids on their community are too much. But police say radical Islamists, not to be confused with moderate Muslims, are a real threat. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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British Police Thwart Terror

Police made 9 arrests in Birmingham, England ? all of them tied to an alleged terror plot to kidnap and kill a British soldier and show the murder on the Web. Mark Phillips reports.

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Boston Alert A Hoax

The series of suspicious devices raising alert in Boston turned out to be an advertising campaign for Cartoon Network. Gov. Deval and Police Commissioner Davis addressed the media.

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Protester Disrupts Senate

CBS News RAW: A man claiming to be a Navy veteran disrupted a Senate hearing with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. He urged the committee to end the war in Iraq now.

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UK Terror Plot Thwarted

British police raided several locations in Birmingham, England, and say they've foiled a major terror plot. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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U.K. Terror Suspects Arrested

CBS News RAW: Police in England foiled a terrorist plot to kidnap and behead a serving British officer of Muslim descent. Nine suspects were arrested in raids in the West Midlands region.

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Eat, Drink, & Be Merry?

Shri Dharam Jit Jigyasu recalls a story from the 1980's. While delivering a lecture on religion in India, a young man stands up and interrupts Mr. Jigyasu.

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Bush Threatens Iran With Force

President Bush told Iran that if it continues to stoke violence in Iraq, the U.S. will respond with military force. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Support U.S. Troops

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a Caterpillar plant in Peoria, Ill., President Bush discussed the economy and the need to support U.S. troops stationed overseas.

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U.S. Admiral Criticizes Iran

Adm. William Fallon denounced Iran for provoking violence in Iraq during a Senate committee evaluation of his nomination for the military's top spot in the Middle East. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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