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Friday, February 23, 2007

U.S. Seeks Sanctions On Iran

The Bush administration is working to get tougher sanctions imposed on Iran after a U.N. agency reported that the country has not suspended its nuclear program. Joie Chen reports.

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Airport X-Ray Device Debuts

Security experts hope a new screening system called a backscatter X-ray will improve air travel safety. Bob Orr reports that the machine is being tested at Phoenix's Sky Harborn airport.

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'All-Access' Off To S. Africa

Dave Price awards a whirlwind "All-Access" safari to South Africa at Chicago's Navy Pier.

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Weekend Roundup- Iraq

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including dirty bombs in Iraq, British troop withdrawal, Prince Harry being deployed to Iraq, the Anna Nicole trial and Mardi Gras.

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New Terrorism Tactics In Iraq

The U.S. military warns that insurgents are resorting to new tactics in their campaign. The latest rebel attacks utilized dirty bombs to spread poisonous gas. Susan Roberts reports.

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Democrats Try A New Strategy

The Democrats failed to pass a non-binding resolution opposing the war in Iraq, so they're trying a new strategy forcing President Bush to change the way the war is being fought. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Too Little Tartan

CBS News' Ed Boyle discusses a shortage of kilts, and what it means for the Scottish army.

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Oscars- Best Documentary

ShowBuzz RAW: Watch clips of "An Inconvenient Truth," "Jesus Camp" and "Deliver Us from Eva," three of the five nominees for best documentary at the Academy Awards.

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Vilsack Ends Presidential Bid

CBS News RAW: Former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack announced that he has ended his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Are Hybrids Fuel-Efficient?

Hybrid vehicles are powered by batteries and are supposedly more fuel-efficient than regular cars. Sandra Hughes finds out from analysts that it's not the cars but the tests that have changed.

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The "American" Way

American Airlines has found that listening to its employees and working together is a combination that keeps profits up and good-paying jobs in the U.S. Bill Whitaker reports.

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A Cold War Revival?

Russia's generals were furious when the U.S. announced plans to put radar bases into the Czech Republic and a new missile defense system into Poland. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Obama And Clinton Slug It Out

Democratic presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are already slugging it out while other candidates like John Edwards wait and watch. Gloria Borger reports.

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Some Soldiers Oppose Iraq War

A new opposition to the war in Iraq comes from some men and women in uniform. Hundreds of soldiers have publicly asked Congress to stop the war. Lara Logan has this "60 Minutes" report.

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Food Safety Gets Overhauled

The federal government announced changes to its bureaucratic system of inspecting food, but critics were quick to point out flaws in the proposal. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Iran's Nuclear Development

A U.N. agency says Iran is expanding its enrichment program, which could lead to the formation of nuclear weapons. Security Council members will meet Monday to discuss sanctions. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Dirty Bombs Hospitalize Kids

Makeshift chemical bombs are the latest weapons of choice in Iraq. The latest explosion put a wave of children into the hospital. Lara Logan reports.

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