Search Daily News Videos and More

Loading

Thursday, April 12, 2007

U.S. General On Iraq Attack

CBS News RAW: Maj. Gen. William Caldwell says an attack on Iraq's parliament appears to have been a suicide bombing, and U.S. forces are looking into whether al Qaeda was involved.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Bush Discusses Baghdad Blast

CBS News RAW: President Bush strongly condemned an apparent insurgent attack on the Iraqi parliament's cafeteria, saying America has a duty to help the fledgling democracy protect itself.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Deadly Day In Baghdad

Only On The Web: A blast inside Iraq's parliament killed at least two Sunni lawmakers and a bomb destroyed a major Baghdad bridge, killing 10. Martin Seemungal reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Major Baghdad Bridge Bombed

A suicide bomber blew up his truck in the middle of a major Baghdad bridge just before rush hour, sending cars tumbling into the Tigris River. Martin Seemungal reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Roberts' Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Troy Roberts talks about a wealthy and socially prominent woman who was targeted for execution in Florida. Police know the triggerman but who was pulling the strings?

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Green Zone Bombing

CBS News Military Analyst Jeff McCausland weighs in on the suicide bombing in Baghdad's Green Zone and how it will affect the troops and the U.S.' ability to secure the city.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Al Qaeda Worldwide

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk offers his thoughts on Al Qaeda's admission that they were responsible for bombings in Algeria, as well as how their international reach will affect the Iraq war.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that actor and former Sen. Fred Thompson has lymphoma; President Bush vows to veto a new stem cell research bill; and researchers may have identified breast cancer gene.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on an end to the Dow's winning streak; changes to the distribution of student loans; the new "Forever" stamp; and Drew Barrymore is the new spokesperson for CoverGirl.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

First Look- 'Cruelest Month'

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and news editor Jerry Cipriano preview tonight's stories, including the parliament blast in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan and Kurt Vonnegut's passing.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Duke Players Cleared

Three former Duke University lacrosse players were cleared of sexual assault charges by North Carolina's attorney general, following a lengthy, racially-charged scandal. Bob Orr reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Stem Cell Debate Isn't Over

The Senate voted again to allow federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, but, as Sharyl Attkisson reports, proponents may not have enough votes to override an expected presidential veto.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Insurgents Attack Green Zone

A deadly explosion hit Iraq's parliament building killing at least two lawmakers. The attack inside Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone came as debate heats up in the U.S. Tracie Strahan reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Eight Killed In Baghdad Blast

Just after the Iraqi parliament finished its morning session, a suicide bomber detonated himself inside the buildings cafeteria, killing at least 8 people. Martin Seemungal reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Rage Over Deleted E-Mails

The White House says some e-mails containing key information in the U.S. Attorney firings may have been deleted - just five days before Alberto Gonzales testifies before Congress. Jim Axelrod reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Taking A Taliban Stronghold

Afghanistan's Sangin Valley is no longer under the control of the Taliban. U.S. and British troops stormed the area and took it over within three days. Lara Logan reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Longer Deployments For Troops

Defense Secretary Robert Gates extended active Army troops' stay from 12 to 15 months as a result of short supply. The White House is also having trouble finding a 'War Czar.' David Martin reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

Cleared Lacrosse Players Speak

One year after three Duke lacrosse players were accused of raping an exotic dancer, all the charges against them were been dropped by the North Carolina Attorney General. Katie Couric reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.

23 Die In Algeria Bombings

Only On The Web: Al Qaeda in North Africa reportedly has claimed responsibility for a pair of suicide attacks in Algiers that killed 23 people. Elisabeth Smick reports.

This CBS video brought to you by News Distribution Network.