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Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Iraqi Pres. On Security Status

As vote counts continue in Iraq, president Ayad Allawi says Iraqi security forces are not ready to take control. Al qaeda continues threats of a holy war, CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Threats After Iraq Election

A top terrorist is vowing to continue a holy war in Iraq, as officials begin the final stage of tabulating Sunday's votes. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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GI Death Benefit Boost?

Families who lose loved ones in combat would get more money under a proposal from the Bush administration to raise military death benefits. Drew Levinson reports on how it would affect survivors.

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Why Women Earn Less Money

Recent census numbers indicate that working women in America still earn less than men in similar jobs. Early Show financial advisor Ray Martin explains why and how to fix the problem.

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Missing Hostages

At least five Americans were taken hostage in Iraq in recent months, but as Bob Orr reports, little is known about their whereabouts, despite the continued search for each.

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Research Ethics Loophole

Despite new ethics rules for government scientific research, federal researchers can still make a bundle on the side. Their inventions still gather royalties, Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Price Of A Soldier's Life

When a family member is killed in service, the government currently helps with a check for $12,400. President Bush has a new plan that could pay out 20 times as much, Lee Cowan reports.

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Life In Iraq, The Democracy

Iraqi's determination to vote surprised the world. But much of Iraq remains a battlefield, lacking water, electricity and roadways. Elizabeth Palmer looks at Iraq before and after the election.

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Inside The Jackson Court

With jury selection underway in Santa Maria for the Michael Jackson trial, the King of Pop asked for a fair trial through a new Internet video. Vince Gonzales reports from the courtroom.

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Making History In Iraq

Iraq's election day saw an impressive turnout, but has taken a toll on U.S. security forces. Dan Rather talks with Professor Fouad Ajami about history being made, and its cost in lives.

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