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Monday, November 15, 2004

Shakeup In Bush Cabinet

Secretary of State Colin Powell is resigning from the Bush Cabinet, along with Agriculture Secretary Ann Venneman, Education Secretary Rod Paige and Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham.

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Powell To Resign

CBS News' White House Correspondent John Roberts confirms that Secretary of State Colin Powell plans to resign from President Bush's Cabinet.

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Story Behind Soldier Photo

A photo of U.S. Marine Blake Miller in Fallujah made front pages nationwide. His mother and two brothers told The Early Show they were watching CBS News when they saw the photo.

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Deciding Peterson's Fate

The jury that convicted Scott Peterson of murdering his wife and unborn child must now go back to work to decide his sentence. The death penalty is a possibility, John Blackstone reports.

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Powell Out, Rice In

Secretary of State Colin Powell is departing as America's chief diplomat. Sources tell John Roberts that national security adviser Condoleezza Rice has been asked to step in.

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Colin Powell's Service

As Secretary of State, Powell had clashes both with other members of the cabinet and the president himself. David Martin asks: Will his replacement similarly keep Bush's decision-making in check?

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Fallujah Insurgency Fades

Elizabeth Palmer reports on the crippled Iraqi insurgency in Fallujah as American troops close in on the last rebel insurgents there.

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Mosque Shooting Probed

Authorities are investigating a videotaped incident at a Fallujah mosque in which a Marine appears to shoot and kill an already captive and wounded Iraqi prisoner. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Treating The Wounded Troops

For U.S. soldiers seriously wounded in Iraq, the first and most important stop on the road to recovery is often Landstuhl military hospital in Germany. Allen Pizzey talks to injured U.S. soldiers.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Colin Powell's service, treating the wounded troops and a head's up on whiplash.

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Ex-CIA Agent Sizes Up Osama

In a 60 Minutes interview, Osama bin Laden expert Michael Scheuer says Osama bin Laden is still a threat ? and the al Qaeda founder does have nuclear ambitions. Steve Kroft reports.

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Roadmap To Peace In Mideast

This Sunday Cover reports on the obstacles in charting a roadmap to Middle East peace in the post-Yasser Arafat era. John Roberts reports.

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Injured GIs Sent To Germany

The military campaign to take Fallujah has left hundreds wounded. Allen Pizzey reports from Landstuhl, Germany where medics battle to save those wounded in war.

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