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Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Rice's Role

Mr. Bush put more of his trust today in national security advisor Condoleezza Rice, by officially nominating her to be his secretary of state. John Roberts reports on Rice's new role.

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Opposing Specter

It will be his fifth term in the Senate. And he's slated to chair the Judiciary Committee. But Republican Sen. Arlen Specter has stanch opponents ? in the GOP. Wyatt Andrews reports on their efforts.

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Hurt Iraqi Shooting Probed

In the battle for Fallujah, a U.S. Marine faces an investigation after a wounded and unarmed Iraqi was shot and killed. CBS News' Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Iraqi Police Flee Mosul

As insurgents continue to cause chaos in many parts of Iraq, the military is getting little help from Iraqi security forces. Charlie D'agata has more from Baghdad.

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Condi To Replace Powell

President Bush is expected to nominate Condoleezza Rice to replace Secretary of State Colin Powell, as more Cabinet resignations were announced. Bill Plante reports.

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Fights Beyond Fallujah

As U.S. troops control almost all of Fallujah, commanders work to contain new areas where insurgents have attacked. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Bush Nominates Rice

President Bush has nominated Condoleezza Rice to succeed Colin Powell as Secretary of State. Bush says Rice will take office at a critical time for the country, as Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Nominates Condi

President Bush promoted his most trusted foreign policy adviser, Condoleezza Rice, to Secretary of State to replace Colin Powell as part of a sweeping second-term Cabinet overhaul.

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Cabinet Off Its Hinge?

Six members of President Bush's Cabinet have stepped down so far; Does this indicate some turmoil within the administration? Early Show Political Analyst Craig Crawford weighed in.

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Looking At Condi's Credentials

Former New Jersey Governor Christie Todd Whitman knows Condoleezza Rice both professionally and personally, and she spoke to The Early Show about Rice's expected promotion to Sec. of State.

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Powell- I'm Out, But Not Yet

At a State Department briefing, Sec. Colin Powell announced his resignation but said he will stay on the job until a replacement is confirmed by the Senate.

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Hunt On For Fallujah Weapons

U.S. commanders say they are in control of Fallujah, but fighting there is still going on as troops sweep through the town searching for weapons and bombs. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Man Sets Self On Fire

FBI informant Mohamed Alanssi set himself on fire outside the White House in November 2004 before Secret Service agents ripped his burning clothes and used a fire extinguisher to put him out.

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