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Monday, February 19, 2007

Suicide Bombers Strike Baghdad

Despite a U.S. attempt to crackdown on violence in Baghdad, Iraqi insurgents carried out a string of deadly attacks over the past two days. Lara Logan has more.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the FCC may try to limit violence to TV; investors will be focused on inflation; and complications may arise because daylight-saving time starts early this year.

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Raising Your Kids Green

Kate Lawler of Parents magazine shows Harry Smith simple changes parents can make to raise their children in a more environmentally friendly way. She says going green doesn't have to be expensive.

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HealthWatch

Ed Crane reports that scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding the causes of Autism; tests confirm the presence of bird flu in Moscow; and a study suggests chocolate may help the brain.

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Iraq Security Sweep

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons weighs in on the security sweep in Iraq and whether or not it's helping to secure Baghdad.

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Bush Celebrates Presidents Day

CBS News RAW: President Bush marked the Presidents Day holiday with a speech in which he invoked George Washington's belief that the freedoms fought for in the Revolution should be universal.

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Al Qaeda Gaining Strength

Intelligence sources say Al Qaeda is building its network in Afghanistan. President Bush has ordered several thousand troops, who were scheduled to come home, to stay there. Jim Axelrod reports.

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More Attacks As Sweep Goes On

As the security sweep of Baghdad continues, insurgents are doubling their efforts, trying to attack U.S. military strongholds. Lara Logan reports on one such assault.

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Notebook- Journalists Abroad

Only On The Web: Katie Couric notes that media outlets around the U.S. are cutting foreign correspondents at a time when globalization makes international news more local than ever.

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Two Voices, One Region

Two people, a Palestinian and an Israeli, have had their life experiences shaped by war, parenthood, tumultuous governments and ardent patriotism.

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Muted Mardi Gras In Big Easy

Hurricane Katrina is still having an effect on the New Orleans economy. This year's Mardi Gras celebration drew fewer tourists than years past. Tracy Smith reports.

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Trend Of Attacking Helicopters

Iraqi insurgents know the American military uses helicopters to avoid roadside bombs. Now U.S. officials are keeping an eye on the growing trend of attacking those helicopters.

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