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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Prince Harry, Rebel Target?

Britain's Prince Harry is heading to Iraq in the spring, where he will command his own unit. Many fear that the prince will be a target for terrorists. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Prince Harry To Serve In Iraq

Only On The Web: Prince Harry's impending tour in Iraq could put him, and his fellow soldiers, in added danger. Mark Phillips reports.

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Astronaut Repair Mission

CBS News RAW: Astronauts Michael Lopez-Alegria and Mikhail Tyurin freed a jammed navigation antenna during a six-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station. NO AUDIO.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports there are new warnings about drugs that treat Attention Deficit Disorder; side effects have been associated with a cervical cancer vaccine; and health care costs are rising.

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Logan's Reporter's Notebook

Over 1,000 active-duty and reserve members of the U.S. military are against the war in Iraq and have said so in an unusually public way.

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Gov. Richardson - Part 2

Democratic Presidential Candidate Gov. Bill Richardson offers his thoughts on Iraq, Iran, the Sudan, and the tension between his fellow presidential candidates.

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Gov. Richardson - Part 1

Democratic Presidential Candidate Gov. Bill Richardson offers his thoughts on Iraq, Iran, the Sudan and the tension between his fellow presidential candidates.

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Notebook- Political Insults

Only On The Web: Katie Couric notes that strategists for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have started slugging it out; she wonders why the discussion is all about insults instead of issues.

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First Look- Oscar Nominee

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's stories, which include an investigation into helicopter crashes in Iraq, food inspection procedures and the "Susan Lucci of the Oscars."

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that health care costs are going up; Nissan apparently isn't interested in buying DaimlerChrysler; and Goldman Sachs' CEO got quite a salary package.

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Becoming Carbon Neutral

What does it mean to be carbon neutral? Russ Mitchell reports that it involves taking steps to offset the effect of your lifestyle on the environment, and the idea is catching on.

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Obama, Clinton Vie For Support

As presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton compete for big democratic donors, Gloria Borger reports that a recent newspaper column may be fueling a feud between the two campaigns.

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Insurgent Dirty Bomb Kills 9

As the British plan a troop withdrawal from the Basra region of Iraq, insurgents detonated a dirty bomb that poisoned Iraqi civilians. CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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Prince Harry Off To Iraq

U.K. officials have announced Prince Harry will be deployed to Iraq. Despite the planned drawdown of British troops, Mark Phillips reports that sending the third in line for the throne may be risky.

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British To Reduce Iraq Troops

Great Britain, America's most important ally in Iraq, will begin a partial withdrawal of troops from the war-torn region within weeks. Richard Roth reports.

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Expert On Britain's Withdrawal

Only On The Web: Jon Alterman, the director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies Middle East Program, discusses the possible consequences of the British withdrawal from Iraq.

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First Look- Caring For Elderly

Only On The Web: Kelly Wallace previews tonight's story on companies that support employees who are caring for elderly parents. Plus, Richard Roth reports on Britain's Iraq troop withdrawal.

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