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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Astronaut Released From Jail

Astronaut Lisa Nowak was released from jail after being charged with attempted murder. NASA has put Nowak on a 30-day leave and removed her from mission duties. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Analyst On Astronaut Scandal

Space analyst Bill Harwood speaks with Julie Chen about NASA's alleged love triangle involving astronaut Lisa Nowak, who has been charged with attempted murder.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Wal-Mart faces a class action lawsuit; Apple CEO Steve Jobs wants a new music playing system; and Ford is bringing back the Taurus.

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Portman Defends Bush's Budget

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod speaks with Office Of Management And Budget Director Robert Portman about President Bush's proposed $2.9 trillion budget for 2008.

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'God Of War II'

Kratos returns! "God of War II" will be released in March 2007. Until then, feast your eyes on some breathtaking scenes from the official trailer.

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Phoenix Sees 'Alien' Lights

CBS News RAW: Almost 10 years to the date after "paranormal" lights appeared over the skies of Phoenix, they are spotted again. This time, the objects are almost certainly Air Force flares.

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Notebook- The American Spirit

Only On The Web: Katie Couric praises people who have found creative solutions to entrenched problems in America.

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First Look- Iraq Stories

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's stories, including a helicopter crash in Iraq, luring people to key jobs in Iraq and Katie Couric's next chapter in the American Spirit series.

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Helicopter Attacks In Iraq

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons offers some insight on the recent helicopter crashes in Iraq.

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Contracting Fraud In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Three former U.S. Army personnel and two civilians have been indicted in a contracting fraud case in Iraq. They're accused of using funds meant for Iraqis for personal use.

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7 Dead In Iraq Chopper Crash

All 7 people aboard a U.S. military helicopter that crashed in Iraq have died. Also, Defense Secretary Robert Gates told Congress again that he is still optimistic about Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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U.S. Chopper Crashes

CBS News RAW: A U.S. helicopter crashed near Baghdad, killing all seven people onboard. Military officials said the crash was not caused by hostile fire. NO AUDIO

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U.S. Chopper Shot Down In Iraq

A U.S. transport helicopter was shot down near Baghdad, while a stalled Senate Committee continues to debate over President Bush's proposed troop surge. Susan Roberts reports.

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Pelosi- Why I Need A Jet

CBS News RAW: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to questions about her use of an Air Force jetliner, saying security concerns and lengthy travel distances make it a necessity.

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Helicopter Shot Down In Iraq?

Unconfirmed eyewitness accounts reveal that a U.S. Chinook helicopter, used to transport cargo and troops, may have been shot down in Iraq. CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Refugees Turn To Prostitution

The war in Iraq has created more than 2 million Iraqi refugees. Elisabeth Palmer reports on the choices some female refugees in Syria have had to make to take care of their families.

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Pelosi Pushes For Bigger Jet

Since 9/11, the Speaker of the House has been able to use a small military jet. New Speaker Nancy Pelosi raised some eyebrows when she reportedly asked for a larger plane. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Russert Testifies In Leak Case

The prosecution in the Lewis "Scooter" Libby trial called NBC newsman Tim Russert as its final key witness. Russert contradicted Libby's version of events during his testimony. Gloria Borger reports.

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Another Chopper Down; 7 Dead

Seven U.S. servicemen were killed when their helicopter was shot down northwest of Baghdad. It's the fifth time this year a U.S. helicopter has gone down. Lara Logan has exclusive details.

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TV Meets The Internet

The creators of Skype and Kazaa have introduced a free broadband TV service called Joost that could change the way people watch their favorite programs. Daniel Sieberg has more details.

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Bremer Quizzed On Iraqi Money

Democrats say Paul Bremer, once head of the Iraq occupation, must answer as to where nearly $12 billion of Iraqi reconstruction money went. David Martin reports.

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Iranian Diplomat Missing

Iran is accusing the U.S. of kidnapping Jalal Sharafi, one of its envoys. The U.S. claims it doesn't have him in custody, and tensions are mounting between the two countries. Lara Logan reports.

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