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Thursday, November 22, 2007

Feds Subsidize Profitable Corn

Corn is in demand, not only as food, but as fuel, and corn farmers are making sky-high profits. So why is the U.S. government subsidizing them with public tax dollars? Chip Reid reports.

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Thanksgiving With The Troops

Some of the U.S. forces in Iraq will sit down to a turkey dinner, others won't have the chance, and many dream of the holiday back home. Lara Logan reports.

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Iran Remains Defiant

With profits from high oil prices and U.S. problems in Iraq, the Iranian government feels confident that it can't be pressured to give up its nuclear program. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Tensions High In Iran

Only On The Web: Tensions are runnning high after Iran has announced it will not halt its uranium enrichment program, despite fears of international sanctions and the continued threat of U.S. military action. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Thanksgiving In Iraq

Harry Smith speaks with chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan live from Camp Liberty, Iraq, about how U.S. troops are celebrating Thanksgiving while stationed overseas.

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