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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Notebook- Food Safety

Only On The Web: After salmonella and E. coli outbreaks, Katie Couric says our food safety system should be the focus of more attention from Congress and the president.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that applications for home mortgages increased; Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is in Washington; and State Farm Insurance will no longer do business in Mississippi.

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Analyst On Bush Conference

Mike Allen, a political analyst from Politico.com, exchanged witticisms with President Bush at a recent press conference. He tells Harry Smith the president has a charming, thoughtful side.

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Bush On Iran, North Korea

In his first press conference of 2007, President Bush reiterated claims that Iran is helping insurgents in Iraq and defended his nuclear pact with North Korea. Bill Plante reports.

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American Heroes- Holsey

Jonathan Holsey was wounded in Iraq by a roadside bomb. His left leg was amputated below the knee. With prosthesis he says there is not much he can't do. He proved it by running the New York Marathon.

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Bullying Now Happens Online

Kids' bullying each other is nothing new, but the Internet has changed everything. They have now taken to cyber-bullying, which can have more serious repercussions. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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An 'Agro-Terrorism' Threat

There are 2 million farms in America spread over nearly a billion acres, mostly out in the open. Bob Orr reports that our food supply could become a target for terrorists.

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Iraq Security Push Continues

U.S. troops are continuing their efforts to secure Baghdad. Lara Logan reports on the plight of residents on Haifa Street.

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Congress Continues Iraq Debate

Democrats are seeking to pass a non-binding resolution opposing the president's war plan for Iraq, even as Mr. Bush voiced his support for his strategy. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Gore Reveals Climate Concerts

CBS News RAW: Former Vice President Al Gore announced a series of concerts to raise awareness on the threat of climate change. He also declared that he would not be running for president again.

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Bush Strategy Relies On NATO

CBS News RAW: While speaking at the American Enterprise Institute, President Bush discussed fighting terrorism in Afghanistan. The president's strategy will involve a NATO offensive.

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Bush- 'We're On The Offense'

As Congress continues to debate on a non-binding resolution, President Bush remains committed to sending more troops to Afghanistan and Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Al Franken- I'm Running

CBS News RAW: Comedian and radio personality Al Franken announced his bid for a Senate seat from Minnesota. He will run in the Democratic primary as a challenger to Sen. Norm Coleman.

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President Defends Iraq Plan

At his first news conference of 2007, President Bush defended his plan to increase troops in Iraq as lawmakers in Congress debate his "new way forward." Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Discusses War In Iraq

Only On The Web: In a news conference at the White House, President Bush said he anticipates more violence in the fight to secure Baghdad. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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