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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Eye To Eye- Gen. Petraeus

Only On The Web: Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, talks with Allen Pizzey about the security crackdown in Sadr City. He says it will take time to stabilize the country.

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First Look- Fired Prosecutors

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Bill Owens preview tonight's newscast, including stories on the federal attorneys' firings, immigration policy and a student film that honors fallen soldiers.

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President Bush's Big Appetite

Only On The Web: As President Bush toured Latin America, he kept on bringing up the subject of food. Bill Plante reports on the president's insatiable appetite.

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Film Honors Fallen Soldiers

CBS News RAW: Watch an excerpt from "American Journey: Vermont Fallen," a documentary produced by Norwich University students that honors soldiers from Vermont who died in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that retailers should announce improved February sales; subprime mortgage lender New Century could go bankrupt; and rising corn prices could mean big changes at Coca Cola.

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Illness After Iraq

Nearly one-third of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans face some type of mental illness, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. As Harry Smith reports, they are not the only ones who are suffering.

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Bush Highlights Ties To Mexico

CBS News RAW: At a joint news conference with Mexican President Felipe Calderon, President Bush discussed the importance of ties between Mexico and the United States.

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Gonzales- Blame Me

CBS News RAW: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales took responsibility for the Justice Department's mishandling of the way eight U.S. attorneys were fired.

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Police Tear Gas War Protestors

CBS News RAW: Police in Washington state fired canisters of tear gas into a crowd of anti-war protestors when the group refused to disburse. Five people were arrested.

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Sens. On U.S. Attorney Scandal

CBS News RAW: Sens. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., and Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., address possible White House involvement in connection with the recent dismissals of eight U.S. attorneys.

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Vermont's Fallen Soldiers

Three college students were assigned to make a film about the families of Vermont soldiers who died in Iraq. Richard Schlesinger reports how the project became a life-changing experience.

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Illegal Immigration Showdown

A trial is under way in Pennsylvania on whether the city of Hazleton has the right to enact immigration laws. Byron Pitts reports how the ruling could affect other cities in America.

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'Security Surge' At Airports

The TSA has launched a "security surge" at five major airports, one week after an airline employee managed to smuggle guns and marijuana onto a plane. Armen Keteyian has more details.

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Pace's Comments Renew Debate

Marine Gen. Peter Pace's comments on homosexuality have renewed the debate on the status of gays in the military. David Martin has more details.

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From A Marine To A Guard

Very little rattles Rich Young, a guard on the University Of North Texas basketball team. After all, playing in the NCAA tournament isn't as tough as being a Maine in Iraq. Kelly Cobiella has more.

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Doctor Tackles Deadly Trio

Dr. Harold Freeman has devoted his life to helping poor New Yorkers unravel the deadly trio of poverty, race and cancer. Katie Couric has the story.

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'Amazing Race' For 2008

With a number of politicians still keeping their options open for 2008, Gloria Borger reports that the field of "possibles" is as interesting as those who have already made the big announcement.

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