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Thursday, January 6, 2005

Alberto Gonzales Grilled

Alberto Gonzales, the Attorney General nominee of President Bush, faced blunt questions and blistering criticism at his confirmation hearing. Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington.

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U.S. Lawmakers Tour S. Asia

U.S. lawmakers toured the tsunami-devastated areas to assess damage and craft an effective response. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports from Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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Injured Athlete Inspires GIs

Marlon Shirley, a former Early Show American hero and an inspiring handicapped athlete, now works to help U.S. soldiers injured in Iraq. Hattie Kauffman has the story.

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U.S. Red Cross Chief Talks

The head of the American Red Cross, Marty Evans, tells The Early Show about its role, what it has received and what it can give to the victims of the South Asian disaster.

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Gonzales To Face Senate

Alberto Gonzales, the president's controversial nominee for attorney general, faces tough questioning at his Senate confirmation hearing. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Polka Dot Protest In Turf War

Ed Ehlen covered the lawn of his Florida home with artificial turf to conserve water. City officials balked, so he painted his house in polka dots. The 'turf war' continued on The Early Show.

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Mighty U.S. Relief Mission

The U.S. military mission to help tsunami victims has swelled to some 13,000 U.S. personnel, more than 20 ships and dozens of helicopters and planes, reports Dan Rather.

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New Plan For Iraq Military

David Martin reports on a new plan by U.S. military to assign U.S. military advisers to work with Iraqi police and national guard forces.

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