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Friday, March 2, 2007

Gorbachev On U.S. And Russia

Only On The Web: Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev speaks about the strained relationship between the U.S. and Russia exclusively to Elisabeth Palmer.

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Iraqi Security Forces Killed

In Iraq, more than a dozen Iraqi security officers were found dead. Meanwhile, in Washington, lawmakers continue their own battle concerning the war. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Orders Vet Care Probe

President Bush is set to say he is naming a bipartisan commission to look into conditions at all of America's military and veterans hospitals. Jim Axelrod reports.

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'All Access' Meets WW II Vets

Dave Price chats with World War II fighter pilots Don Lopez and retired Gen. John Alison in Washington.

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A Kennedy Speaks Out On Faith

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, author of "Failing America's Faithful," tells Harry Smith why she believes American churches have lost their way.

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Secretary Of The Army Resigns

Defense Secretary Robert Gates demanded and got the resignation of Army Secretary Francis J. Harvey. David Martin reports.

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Wake-Up Call Preview

Comptroller David Walker says the Medicare program is on course to possibly bankrupt the treasury in the coming decades unless vast reforms to the program and the nation's healthcare system are made.

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Preview- Jihad.com

The most important recruitment tool for Al Qaeda and other Islamic terrorist groups is the Internet, where Scott Pelley finds sites devoted to terror and cyber warriors out to shut them down.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley discusses his "60 Minutes" report on how Islamic extremists are using the Internet for propaganda and recruiting.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that market swings may just be "aftershocks" from the Dow's plunge; Dell's profits and sales are lower than expected; and February was mixed for U.S. automakers.

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Obama On Clinton & Smoking

Tracy Smith speaks with Barack Obama about a reported feud with presidential hopeful Sen. Hilary Clinton and his battle to quit smoking.

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Eye To Eye- Barack Obama

Only On The Web: Katie Couric presents Tracy Smith's interview with Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. They spoke about his Alabama trip to celebrate the 1965 civil rights marches.

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Notebook- Wounded War Veterans

Only On The Web: The problems at Walter Reed Army Medical Center point to wider problems in the Department of Veterans Affairs. Katie Couric wonders how our vets can get the care they deserve.

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Perinatal Hospice Care

After learning that their unborn babies carried fatal genetic flaws, two families turned to specialized hospice programs for support.

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First Look- Government Abuse

Only On The Web: Senior producer Bill Owens previews tonight's news: massive storms in the South, abuse of government power and catching up with a fiddler Charles Kuralt once interviewed.

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Dow Rebounds After A.M. Plunge

The stock market opened on an uncertain note, first losing 200 points but then slowly regaining momentum. Alexis Christoforous reports from New York.

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