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Thursday, February 1, 2007

Casey On The Troop Surge

Up To The Minute Military Analyst Mitch Mitchell weighs in Monday's test vote opposing President Bush's plan for a US troop surge, as well as how Gen. Casey's opinion may factor into success in Iraq.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that air pollution may be more dangerous than previously thought; researchers suspect some oils may cause hormonal imbalance in boys; and the U.S. has new guidelines on bird flu.

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Online Jamming Made Easier

Larry Magid talks with Gail Kantor, CEO of eJamming, a computer software company that uses the Internet to enable bandmates to jam and rehearse, even when one is hundreds of miles away.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Google's profits more than doubled last quarter; the Federal Reserve and President Bush say the economy is healthy; and U.S. auto-makers' sales will likely decrease.

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Radicalizing Britain's Youth

CBS News RAW: Shabir Hussain, an Imam in Birmingham, U.K., tells Steve Berriman how the Internet facilitates the spread of Muslim extremism among local youth.

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Bush Finds Comedy In Coffee

CBS News Raw: President Bush relishes pouring his wife her coffee in the morning. At the National Prayer Breakfast, the first lady received her daily cup 'o joe courtesy of Gen. Peter Pace.

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Florida Keeps An Eye On Cuba

Many Floridians, such as Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart, have strong ties to Cuba. Rep. Diaz-Balart chats with Harry Smith about what will happen when ailing leader Fidel Castro dies.

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Biden's Controversial Remarks

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., is accused of making racially insensitive remarks about fellow presidential hopeful Barack Obama during a taped interview for the New York Observer. Gloria Borger reports.

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Boston's Bomb Hoax

A guerrilla marketing campaign designed to promote a show on the Cartoon Network sparked a city-wide fear of terrorism in Boston. Joie Chen reports.

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Bush At Prayer Breakfast

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke at a prayer breakfast this morning, calling the United States: "A nation of prayer." He also let our troops know that people are praying for them.

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Bush On State Of The Economy

CBS News RAW: President Bush gave his State Of The Economy address in New York. He touched upon many topics, including corporate salaries, protectionism, subsidies and George Washington.

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Capitol Bob On Iraq Opposition

CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face The Nation" Bob Schieffer chats with Harry Smith about the Senate's ongoing opposition of President Bush's new Iraq plan.

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Iraq War Debate Grows Louder

As support for Sen. Joseph Biden's symbolic Iraq resolution proposal dies, opposition resolutions from Republicans are gaining momentum. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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