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Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Pot And The Principal

New details about a North Sound, Washington principal caught in the middle of a marijuana smuggling operation across the Canadian border. Lori Nixon reports.

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Senators Quarrel Over Rice

Democrats in the Senate are getting in their final blasts against the Bush administration before voting on the nomination of Condoleezza Rice to be the new Secretary of State. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Iranian Youth Rebellion

With a full 60 percent of Iran's population under the age of 30, acts of cultural rebellion are adding up to big change, socially and religiously. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.

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New U.S. Hostage In Iraq

New video shows an American hostage in Iraq pleading for his life while his captors hold a rifle to his head. The tape surfaced just days before Iraqis are to hold elections. Teri Okita has more.

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Obstacles In Iraq Elections

National elections in Iraq are set for January 31 with the U.S. military deployed on land, sea and air. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports on obstacles from Baghdad.

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U.S. Hostage In Iraq Video

A new videotape shows an American hostage being held in Iraq. Deadly fighting also continues as the elections near. CBS News' David Hawkins reports from Baghdad.

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Lowdown On Rising Deficit

The latest deficit projection from Congress is $368 billion. But the White House's number is $427 billion, adding war costs, Bill Plante reports.

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Anticipating Election Violence

David Martin reports from Samarra, Iraq, where American and Iraqi troops are planning their patrol routes for Sunday's election.

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Insurgents Take A Hostage

Sandra Hughes talks with the family of Roy Hallums, the latest American hostage to appear in a videotape filmed by his insurgent kidnappers in Iraq.

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Marines Prep For Iraq Vote

Dan Rather reports from Iraq on preparations for Election Day security, where Marines are training an Iraqi SWAT team.

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Waffle House Sued

The popular chain is being sued for discrimination by more than 90 customers. They say poor service or derogatory remarks added up to racial discrimination, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Keeping Iraq's Streets Safe

In an effort to keep terrorists off the streets for Sunday's election, U.S. and Iraqi troops are detaining insurgents. David Martin tours a Tikrit prison where some of the nearly 3,000 are held.

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Insurgent Mastermind Caught

As the election nears, a bomb rocked a Baghdad school near an identified polling place, fighting erupted near the airport and a bomb-making terrorist was captured. David Hawkins reports from Baghdad.

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