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Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Kmart, Sears Get Hitched

Stocks soared on Wall Street after news that Kmart is buying one of America's oldest names in retailing ? Sears Roebuck ? for $11billion. Kelly Cobiella takes a look at what it means for consumers.

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Fighting Ensues In Mosul

U.S. troops recaptured Iraqi police stations in Mosul. Lee Cowan reports the heaviest fighting in Iraq is in cities north of Baghdad where groups of insurgents are still menacing troops.

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Planning Fallujah's Future

The streets of Fallujah are still dangerous, reports Kimberly Dozier. Reconstruction plans are already churning, but joining the effort could mean deadly risks for Iraqis who choose to help.

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Second Term CIA Shake-Up

The CIA has a new chief, Porter Goss. CBS's David Martin reports on an internal message sent by Goss that may change the spy agency's policy, reinforcing allegiance to president Bush's policies.

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Changing The Rules For DeLay

Behind closed doors today, Republicans made a rule change for one of their own. By voice vote, his fellow GOPers said DeLay could keep his post, even if convicted by grand jury. Bob Orr has the story.

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Flu Shot Shortage Under Fire

Sure, it's a mild flu season. But still, the U.S. has a vaccine shortage. In a hearing, Lawmakers disputed the FDA's claim that it was unpreventable. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the hearing.

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Tweed- Chic & Sexy For Winter

This winter, tweed is sexy, fitted and feminine and perfect for any budget. Linda Wells of Allure magazine has the hottest trends in this 'Chic on a Shoestring.'

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Millions In Coins Recovered

Nearly $75M worth of coins have been recovered from the wreackage of a Civil War-era steamship, the SS Republic. Greg Stemm, co-founder of Odessey Marine Exploration explains.

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Violence Shifts To Mosul

November is already the second-deadliest month in the Iraq war. Many of the 90 Marine deaths this month are from Fallujah, but now the violence is shifting to Mosul. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Reconstructing In Fallujah

Now that the city of Fallujah is under U.S. control, the focus of the mission there is shifting to reconstruction. But U.S. troops can't let down their guard yet, as Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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