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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Notebook- Standardized Tests

Only On The Web: The No Child Left Behind Act is up for renewal this year, and Katie Couric wonders whether standardized tests truly measure how kids do in school and life.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that a new Blackberry will hit the market; Intel may be going green; MySpace is cracking down on illegal videos; and men in Britain may get Viagra for Valentine's Day.

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Gulf Of Maine Guardian

Mary Calvi of WCBS tells Hannah Storm about a retired Massachusetts teacher whose dedication to the protection of the Gulf of Maine watershed has inspired environmental activism among local youth.

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Anna's Immigration Controversy

Days before Anna Nicole Smith passed away, she was photographed in the close company of a Bahamian immigration official, who is accused of fast-tracking her residency. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Iraq General On Iran's Role

Gen. Raymond Odierno, commander of the Multi-National Corps in Iraq, discusses with Julie Chen recent accusations that Iran is supplying arms to Iraqi insurgents.

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'Capitol Bob' On House Debate

A new CBS poll shows most Americans oppose sending more troops to Iraq. Bob Schieffer tells Hannah Storm to watch for how many House Republicans vote against President Bush's troop increase.

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House Takes Up Iraq Debate

The House is poised to begin debate on a resolution opposing President Bush's troop increase in Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Romney Is A Mormon Unknown

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney announced his official entrance into the 2008 presidential election. As Gloria Borger reports, many Americans don't know enough about him or his Mormon religion.

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North Korea- Deal Or No Deal?

North Korea may have entered into a tentative disarmament agreement, but the deal is only the first of many steps to de-nuclearizing the Communist nation. Barry Petersen reports.

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Political Results Of N. Korea

Jim Axelrod and Katie Couric discuss North Korea's disarmament deal and what it could mean for the Bush administration, which hasn't had many foreign policy coups lately.

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House Debates Iraq

The House began debating a resolution opposing the President's troop buildup in Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports it wouldn't force President Bush to change his strategy but could shape future policy.

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Troop Surge Tops Debate

As the House of Representatives begins debate on the troop surge, an Iraqi-led security plan for Baghdad hopes to curb the ongoing sectarian violence. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Romney Enters '08 Race

At a Michigan car museum, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney formally announced his intention to run for president in 2008. WXYZ's Bill Proctor reports.

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Bush Visits A YMCA

CBS News RAW: President Bush visits a Washington, D.C., YMCA to put the spotlight on volunteering.

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Boehner- Commitment To Victory

CBS News RAW: Minority leader John Boehner says America is fighting to rid the world of a dangerous ideology and to make the U.S. a safer place without fear of terrorist attacks.

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Pelosi On Bush's Iraq Plan

CBS News RAW: Participating in the debate over President Bush's plan for Iraq, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the way out of Iraq is not by sending more troops in.

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Romney Declares Candidacy

CBS News RAW: Mitt Romney announced his presidential candidacy in Dearborn, Mich. The former Massachusetts governor, a Republican, says Washington cannot be reformed from within.

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Deal Reached With North Korea

An agreement has been reached with North Korea under which the communist nation will dismantle its atomic weapons program, though similar promises in the past haven't been kept. Drew Levinson reports.

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Rice On North Korea Nuke Deal

CBS News RAW: During a briefing in Washington, D.C., Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice explained the six-party agreement with North Korea and what it may mean to Iran.

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Back-To-Back Bombs In Baghdad

A string of attacks in Baghdad has left many civilians dead, a grim backdrop as the U.S. House prepares to challenge the president's new Iraq plan. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Thanks 'Black Aces'

CBS News RAW: Addressing students from Jackson High School, President Bush spoke about several inspirational figures in black history, including the "Black Aces" and Tyrone Flowers.

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Possible Deal With North Korea

A draft agreement is being considered that aims to terminate North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Jim Axelrod talks to Katie Couric about the United Nations' efforts to disarm the country.

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