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Friday, February 16, 2007

House Rebukes Bush On Iraq

CBS News RAW: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the House has approved a non-binding resolution calling on President Bush to take a new direction in Iraq.

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NYC- Parking Tickets Waived

CBS News RAW: Mayor Bloomberg announced that the city would waive fines for New Yorkers whose cars were buried in this week's snowstorm and could not dig them out.

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Children Of War

With 163,000 American men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, Pentagon statistics show there are that many kids back home missing a mom or dad. Jerry Bowen has the story.

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Analyzing The House Resolution

Jim Axelrod tells Katie Couric that the Democrats say they want to support the troops, which mean funding them, and that is all that matters to the White House.

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House Rebukes Bush Plan

The House passed a non-binding resolution that says it disapproves President Bush's decision to send more troops to Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the voting trends seen in the House today.

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Notebook- Iraqi Refugees

Only On The Web: With almost 4 million Iraqis fleeing their homeland, Katie Couric says the Bush administration's new initiatives to help them are only a start.

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Kids On Fast Track To Success

Many children start school before Kindergarten, but as Dr. Debbye Turner reports, some parents are now looking beyond the usual pre-schools for extra academic enrichment.

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Iraqis- Qaeda Leader Wounded

Iraqi officials report that Abu Ayyub Al-Masri, the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, has been wounded, but the United States has not been able to confirm the claim. Lara Logan reports.

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Powers Clash In Washington

The House is ready to vote on a resolution challenging President Bush's decision to send more troops to Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Weekend Roundup- Bad Weather

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the winter storms in the Northeast, the House's Iraq resolution, and the legal battle over Anna Nicole Smith's remains.

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Housing Slowdown Continues

The government reported that new homes are going up at the slowest place in nearly 10 years. Anthony Mason reports with the demand for homes down, prices are falling as well.

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More Troops To Afghanistan?

CBS News Military Analyst Mitch Mitchell discusses President Bush's plans to increase the budget and double the military in Afghanistan.

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HealthWatch

Ed Crane reports on the abuse of prescription drugs among teens; the rising costs of treating World Trade Center workers; and a new report that suggests an alternative to flu shots for children.

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60' Preview- Iraq In Peace

Watch a preview of Bob Simon's "60 Minutes" report on Kurdistan, a part of Iraq that's peaceful and stable, where business is booming and Americans are beloved. It airs Sunday, Feb. 18, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Bob Simon's Notebook

Only On The Web: "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon talks about the Iraqi region of Kurdistan and the problems it faces in seeking independence from the rest of the war-torn country.

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