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The U.S. military repulsed two suicide attacks on American bases Tuesday -- one in the far north of the and a second in Baghdad -- thwarting bombers with stepped-up defenses after a series of deadly suicide attacks stretching back to August.
Only eight U.S. soldiers had to be evacuated for treatment in both attacks, the latest in the string of suicide missions that have hit mainly non-American targets. One of the attacks was at a base for the 101st Airborne Division (search), which is permanently stationed at Fort Campbell (search) on the Kentucky-Tennessee border.
As things continue to remain tough in Iraq will support for the occupation wane in the United States?
Plus, President Bush welcomed China's top leader today to the White House. Mr. Bush and Wen Jiabao (search) met in the Oval Office to discuss topics ranging from trade to Taiwan and North Korea's nuclear program.
Will this visit lead to a breakthrough on the sticky problem of North Korea (search) and its nuclear weapons?
We'll look at both the situation in Iraq and the Chinese Premier's visit when former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (search) goes on the record this evenin.
Plus, it’s home for the holidays for most American, but not for some of our finest military men and women in Iraq. Now, you can help reunite them with their families and loved ones. We'll tell you how when Maryland Democrat C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger joins Greta!
Also, new developments in the Michael Jackson case (search)...
And later, an update on the search for missing University of North Dakota student Dru Sjodin (search).
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--The Associated Press contributed to this story.