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CBS News Briefing #853084

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 18, 2006
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Reports introduced.

(No location given: Mark Strassmann) Statistics from the FBI report showing a rise in violent crime cited.

(London: Mark Phillips) The arrest of Tom Stephens† in the murder of prostitutes in Ipswich, England, reported. [Suffolk police detective Chief Supt. Stewart GULL†- says he has been arrested.] [Voice of STEPHENS – talks about “Gemma†.”]

(Falls Church, Virginia: Wyatt Andrews) The break by 9 Virginia parishes from the Episcopal Church of America in a dispute over doctrine, including the acceptance of civil unions and a gay bishop, noted. [Falls Church rector John YATES†- says the Episcopal Church is becoming the church of anything goes.]

Couric, Katie;
Strassmann, Mark;
Phillips, Mark;
Andrews, Wyatt

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