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Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Condi Rice Approval Expected

Confirmation hearings for Condoleezza Rice continue, and despite tense exchanges, the Senate panel is expected to approve her nomination as Secretary of State. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Car Bombs Blast Baghdad

Iraqi authorities say at least 12 people have been killed in a wave of car bombings Wednesday in Baghdad, though U.S. officials say the number of dead could be higher. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Deadly Bombings In Baghdad

Iraqi security forces are again the targets of a series of deadly bombings in Baghdad. CBS News Correspondent David Hawkins reports.

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Rice Backed By Panel

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmed Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State and her nomination now goes to the full Senate. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Pre-election Violence

After returning from a tour of Iraq, David Martin tells Dan Rather that American efforts to quell violence are picking up speed, but mostly likely not fast enough to quash election-day attacks.

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Trail Of Blood Across Baghdad

Five separate attacks by suicide bombers left Baghdad stained with blood 11 days before the election. David Hawkins reports that the attacks were part of a coordinated effort to undermine the vote.

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Titanic Voyage

Scott Pelley reports on the NASA mission to Saturn's moon -- one of the most dramatic space missions ever. Scientists believe it may be Earth's closest relative in the known universe.

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Islam In America

Ibrahim Hooper of the Council on American-Islamic Relations discusses the state of Islam in America with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Trail of blood across Baghdad, big livin', Inauguration style and housing market boom.

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Security Chief On Inauguration

Secret Service director Ralph Basham tells The Early Show about the all-time high security around President Bush's swearing-in ceremony and inaugural balls.

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Adoption Battle In Florida

In Fla., some call for Gov. Jeb Bush to get involved in a gut wrenching child custody battle over a 3-year-old boy, Mark Strassmann reports. Adoption expert Thomas Atwood also explains.

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Inauguration Security

During the inaugural parade, a virtual fortress of security on Pennsylvania Ave. will surround President Bush. Jim Stewart reports on the FBI agents, the snipers and the biochemical sensors.

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Preparing For Iraq Vote

Dan Rather talks to David Hawkins in Baghdad about what's being done to prepare for the Jan. 30 elections. He says some Iraqi officials predict violence will escalate after the vote.

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