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Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Pick For Homeland Security

President Bush announced federal appeals court judge Michael Chertoff as his pick to be United State's new Homeland Security chief.

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Tsunami Workers Warned

The government in Indonesia has warned foreign relief workers about threats from rebel fighters. CBS News' Byron Pitts reports.

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Another Homeland Nominee

John Roberts converses with Dan Rather about President Bush's new nominee to heat the Homeland Security department. N.J. native Michael Chertoff isn't likely to stir a Kerik-style controversy.

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Trial For Accused Iraqi Abuser

In the second day of Spc. Charles Graner's trial, a fellow soldier and an Iraqi prisoner testified against the alleged ringleader of the Abu Ghraib detainee abuses. Bob McNamara reports.

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Insurgents Up Attacks

As the election date nears, Iraqi insurgents' roadside attacks are becoming more frequent and deadly. But as David Hawkins reports, they are also more sophisticated. How will the U.S. forces cope?

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Mixed Reaction To Report

The White House, political pundits and bloggers are all chiming in. How long will it be before complete credibility is reestablished and the incident is forgotten? Quite a while, Jim Axelrod reports.

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CBS Panel's Conclusions

CBS News ousted four staffers following the release of a scathing report detailing errors in a 60 Minutes Wednesday story on President Bush's military service, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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