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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Bush- U.S. Not Provoking Iran

CBS News RAW: In the White House's first press conference of 2007, President Bush said that U.S. military policy in the Middle East is not meant to provoke war with Iran.

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Iraqi Refugees In America

President Bush has agreed to let Iraqi refugees into the U.S. But the 7,000 refugees covered by the new plan are only a fraction of the 2 million who have fled the country. Lara Logan reports.

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Bush Gets Tough With Congress

President Bush addressed the media in Washington. The question of Iran arming the insurgents in Iraq and the House debate over the troop buildup got most of the attention. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Pink Slips At Chrysler

They're calling it the "Valentine's Day Massacre": Chrysler says 13,000 employees, mostly in the United States, will be getting pink slips. Anthony Mason reports.

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Expert On N. Korea Nukes

Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, speaks with Harry Smith about the deal involving North Korea and the chance of a suspended nuclear program.

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MoneyWatch- Chrysler

Chrysler will cut 13,000 jobs, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke sees a positive economic outlook and State Farm will no longer sell homeowners' insurance in Mississippi. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that 10,000 DaimlerChrysler employees may loose their jobs; Valentine's Day is keeping FedEx busy; and a new study says 40 percent of employees have dated a co-worker.

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Notebook- Politics & Media

Only On The Web: Katie Couric notes that since 1988 the media has covered every step of a candidate towards a White House bid announcement, and wonders whether it's information overload.

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First Look- Bush And Iran

Only On The Web: Executive Producer Rome Hartman and Jim Axeldrod discuss tonight's stories, including whether the Bush administration is provoking a conflict with Iran.

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Bush's Latest Press Conference

Ken Walsh, Chief White House Correspondent for US News and World Report, discusses President Bush's first news conference of 2007 and what it means for Iraq and Iran.

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A Violent Anniversary

David Schenker, Senior Fellow of Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, discusses recent violence and the second anniversary of the assassination of Hariri in Lebanon.

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Is Food Safety Compromised?

Several bouts of contaminated vegetables made many people sick last year .Wyatt Andrews looks at the bureaucracy that has mired our food safety and calls to Congress demanding reform.

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First Look- Food Safety

Only On The Web: Wyatt Andrews and senior producer Jim McGlinchy discuss tonight's stories, including the first report in a series about the food safety system.

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