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CBS Evening News (February 1, 2007)


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AMERICANS ARE SPENDING MORE THAN THEY ARE SAVING FOR THE FOURTH TIME IN HISTORY. NEGATIVE SAVINGS RATE IN 2006 FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW. 6 KILLED WHEN CAR BOMB GOES OFF NEAR BUSY BAGHDAD SHOPPING AREA. BOMBS KILLS AT LEAST 73 SOUTH OF BAGHDAD. Gen. Casey Army Chief of Staff Confirmation Hearing- CASEY SAYS HE DIDN'T WANT ALL THE TROOPS BUSH IS COMMITING TO IRAQ FOR A "SURGE" TO QUELL ONGOING VIOLENCE. SENS. MCCAIN AND GRAHAM HARSHLY CRITICIZE CASEY'S TENURE AS COMMANDER OF TROOPS IN IRAQ. FORMER IRAQ PARLIAMENT MEMBER AND SADDAM LOYALIST USES SYRIA'S AL-ZAWRAA TV TO AIR PROPAGANDA VIDEOS AND WEBSITES TO RECRUIT YOUNG JIHADIS TO IRAQ. NEW UN REPORT BLAMES HUMAN ACTIVITY FOR GLOBAL WARMING AND SAYS THAT TEMPS WILL CONTINUE TO RISE, ICE CAPS WILL CONTINUE TO MELT, SEA LEVELS WILL RISE, AND DROUGHTS WILL DEEPEN. WINTER STORMS, ICY ROADS CAUSE NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. DRIVER SKIDS OFF AN ICY NORTH CAROLINA ROAD AND ENDS UP THE DITCH, NO INJURIES. 10,000 CHILDREN DISPLACED BY HURRICANE KA

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