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Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Deadliest Crash In Iraq

In the deadliest single incident involving U.S. military in Iraq, 30 Marines and one sailor died in a helicopter crash. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the circumstances of the crash.

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Senate Confirms Rice

Condoleezza Rice was overwhelmingly approved as the nation's next secretary of state. But, as Aleen Sirgany reports, a war of words over her confirmation continued.

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Bush Addresses Iraq Election

President Bush predicts in a White House press conference that 'millions of Iraqis will show bravery' on the upcoming election day. He adds it will be a 'grand moment in Iraqi history.'

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Women Start Big Business

In The Early Show's 'Going For It' series, we meet Debbie Weaver and Kelly Willis, who turned court-reporting jobs into a multimillion-dollar business. Melinda Murphy has more.

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Web Reunites Lost Siblings

Many children conceived through sperm donation may have half-siblings they never knew about. The Early Show's Hattie Kauffman explains how the Internet is helping them reunite.

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Hostage Family Pleads

The ex-wife and the daughter of American hostage Roy Hallum, who was seen recently in a video, have asked President Bush for help. CBS News' Sandra Hughes reports.

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$80B Request Boosts Deficit

The Bush administration's $80 billion request for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan brings the total spending on the war to about $300 billion. CBS News' Bill Plante has more.

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Chopper Crash Kills Marines

A Marine helicopter crash in Iraq has killed as many as 30 people, while the family of a kidnapped American pleads for his life. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad.

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In The Triangle Of Death

On the brink of Iraq's historic election, Dan Rather reports from the "Triangle of Death," just south of Baghdad. He talks to the troops about their difficult mission.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Deadliest crash in Iraq, suicidal wreck and 2nd journalist on Bush payroll.

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Mass. Mayor On Emergency

With new government guidelines, many people don't know how much food is too much. Registered dietician Elisa Zied joins The Early Show with advice.

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How Much To Eat

With new government guidelines, many people don't know how much food is too much. Registered dietician Elisa Zied joins The Early Show with advice.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Marines prep for Iraq vote, Iranian youth's rebellion and not your parents' funeral.

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