In the lead story, Engel reports on an attack in Fallujah that has taken the lives of 10 Marines. Boettcher reports on growing sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia. Thompson looks at ... See full summary »

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Richard Engel ...
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Barry Edwards ...
Himself - Military Spokesman (as Lt. Barry Edwards)
Michael O'Hanlon ...
Himself - Brookings Institution
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Adnan Pachachi ...
Himself - Sunni Legislator
Anne Thompson ...
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Mark Zand ...
Himself - Moody's economy.com
Scott VanDeren ...
Himself - President, Mountain Steel & Supply Co.
Nariman Behravesh ...
Himself - Global Insight, Chief Economist
Kelly O'Donnell ...
Herself - Correspondent
Stephen Hess ...
Himself - Political Analyst
Pete Williams ...
Himself - Correspondent
Stephanie Denson Cox ...
Herself - Niece of Boyd's Victim
Richard Dieter ...
Himself - Death Penalty Opponent
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In the lead story, Engel reports on an attack in Fallujah that has taken the lives of 10 Marines. Boettcher reports on growing sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia. Thompson looks at employment and jobs. O'Donnell reports on the Bush administration's reaction to the attack in Iraq and the economy. Pete Williams reports on the death penalty. Brian Williams discusses the Alito Supreme Court nomination and whether his stance on abortion will be an issue. Savidge reports on pets in the aftermath of Katrina. Finally, Tibbles goes to Chicago to look at the problem of feeding the homeless. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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