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Monday, February 5, 2007

Eye To Eye- Janice Brown

Only On The Web: Superintendent Janice Brown talks with Katie Couric about the Kalamazoo Promise, which gives the city's public school students an opportunity to attend college.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that British officials have restricted travel near farm contaminated by bird flu; driving can increase the risk skin cancer; and creatine may benefit muscular dystrophy patients.

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U.K. Bird Flu Worries

Farmers across Europe are worried about an outbreak of bird flu among British poultry. Several thousand turkeys were gassed to stem the contamination. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Iraqis Try To Secure Capital

Iraqis are taking charge of securing Baghdad even as bombings and mortar attacks killed dozens. U.S. senators gear up for a fierce debate over the president's strategy. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Violence Rocks Baghdad

CBS News RAW: A bomb killed at least eight people and wounded 18 in one of several new attacks throughout Baghdad. The violence came as an Iraqi general took charge of security in the capitol.

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A Look At Powell's WMD Speech

Exactly four years ago, then-Secretary of State Colin Powell defended the Bush administration's Iraq invasion by claiming Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. David Martin reports.

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GOP Blocks Iraq Resolutions

Republicans prevented the Iraq resolutions from moving forward in the Senate, saying they weren't satisfied with the rules laid out for the debate. Sharyl Attkisson reports from Capitol Hill.

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Giuliani Closes In On 2008 Bid

Former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani moved closer to making a run for the Republican U.S. presidential nomination when he filed a "statement of candidacy." Gloria Borger reports.

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Powell On Iraq's 'Smoking Gun'

In a broadcast from Feb. 5, 2003, former "Evening News" anchor Dan Rather interviews then-Secretary of State Colin Powell.

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Powell's Evidence At U.N.

In an "Evening News" broadcast from Feb. 5, 2003, David Martin analyzes then-Secretary of State Colin Powell's explanation to the United Nations as to why the U.S. invaded Iraq.

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Powell Defends Iraq Invasion

In an "Evening News" broadcast from Feb. 5, 2003, former correspondent John Roberts reports on then-Secretary of State Colin Powell's defense of the Bush administration's invasion of Iraq.

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Bush Grilled In Virginia

President Bush braved a cold reception today at the Democratic annual caucus in Williamsburg, Va. Joie Chen explains why he did it and what he got out of it.

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Bird Flu In England

The Bird Flu outbreak has killed 2,500 turkeys and the Suffolk farm's remaining 159,000 birds will be slaughtered as a precaution. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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130 Dead In Baghdad Atrocity

Officials in Baghdad say a suicide bomber killed at least 130 people in what is the single deadliest attack of the war. Lara Logan reports.

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