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Monday, March 19, 2007

Sen. Biden Weighs In On Iraq

Presidential candidate Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., speaks with Harry Smith about the ongoing war in Iraq and responds to statements made by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about efforts in Iraq.

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Rice- Iraq Worth The Sacrifice

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice addresses criticism of the war in Iraq. She tells Hannah Storm that things have gotten worse during the past year, but she still believes it is worth the sacrifice.

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Iraq War Four Years Later

It has been four years since President Bush announced the beginning of the war in Iraq. Alan Pizzey looks at the situation there today.

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Counting Down The Days

Only On The Web: Kim Stegman's husband has been serving in Iraq as an Army Reserve major. She tells Cynthia Bowers how his absence has made their marriage stronger.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Wall Street will be focused on interest rates this week; a report is due out on new home construction rates; and prices on hybrid cars may be falling.

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Notebook- Iraq War In Numbers

Only On The Web: Since the war began, 3,192 U.S. troops have died in Iraq. Many voices have spoken out on the war. On its fourth anniversary, Katie Couric lets the numbers speak for themselves.

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Eye To Eye- Zalmay Khalilzad

Only On The Web: U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad tells Katie Couric that the security crackdown has led to a decrease in sectarian violence and enabled some Iraqis to return home.

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First Look- Four Years Of War

Only On The Web: Katie Couric, news editor Jerry Cipriano and correspondent Jim Axelrod preview tonight's newscast, which will look at four years of war in Iraq and what is to come.

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Faith-Based Investing

Do you want to put your money where your faith is? Ray Hennessey, Editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some advice on investing in faith-based funds.

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More Time For Success

Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor for CBSNews.com, weighs in on President Bush asking for more time to achieve victory in Iraq, as well as the current 2008 Presidential candidates.

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Saddam And His Legacy

Jerrold Post, Director of Political Psychology at George Washington University, offers his expertise on the power, downfall and legacy of Saddam Hussein.

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Clash Mars Portland Protest

Much of Portland's anti-war protest was peaceful. But a small group clashed with police who misted pepper spray into the crowd and arrested several protesters. KOIN's Alexis Del Cid reports.

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Ky. Mourns Lives Lost In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Members of the Louisville, Ky., Peace Action Community displayed 4,000 white flags as part of a memorial commemorating U.S. and Iraqi deaths since the war began.

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Bush- War In Iraq Can Be Won

CBS News RAW: On the fourth anniversary of the war in Iraq, President Bush said American security would be at risk if U.S. troops came home without securing Iraq.

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Bush Asks For Patience On Iraq

Marking the four-year anniversary of the Iraq war, President Bush called for increased funding and patience. Meanwhile, Democrats and protesters call for an end to the conflict. Gwen Belton reports.

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Where Smithsonian's Money Goes

After the head of the Smithsonian was accused of extravagant spending, Congress started an investigation into the financial practices of the nation's public museums. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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When Dad Is In Iraq

On the fourth anniversary of the war in Iraq, many Americans are counting the days until their loved ones come home. Cynthia Bowers has one family's story.

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Containing Iraq's Hotspots

More than half of all insurgent attacks have taken place in Baghdad and Anbar Province. As a result, the U.S. troop buildup has been primarily focused on those two areas. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Successor For Gonzales?

CBS News' Bob Schieffer examines a nervous White House after controversial firing of federal prosecutors, which may lead to the dismissal of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

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How The War Will End

As the war in Iraq enters a fifth year, the debate continues over when American troops will finally leave the country. One former Army officer thinks it could be decades. David Martin reports.

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Iraq By The Numbers

The United States has spent an estimated $359 billion on Iraq over the last four years, but many Iraqi civilians still do not have access to safe drinking water and electricity. Katie Couric has more.

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Bush- Iraq Can Still Be Won

On the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war, President Bush insisted that victory could still be achieved. "The fight is difficult but it can be won," he said. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Voting Rights Case In N.Y.

The Justice Department has accused a New York suburb of disenfranchising its Hispanic population, causing tensions to grow in the community. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Gen. Petraeus Under Pressure

Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, acknowledged that he is under pressure from many sides to secure the country. Allen Pizzey reports from Baghdad.

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Iraq Anniversary Approaching

The fourth anniversary of the beginning of the war in Iraq is approaching. Thousands of protestors descended into Washington, protesting against the war. Dan Raviv has more details.

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