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Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Model For Social Security

When Great Britain privatized its Social Security system 20 years ago, it seemed like a "noble experiment." But now, many impoverished retirees regret the plan, Sheila MacVicar reports.

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The President's Promises

From the tax code to Iraq's new government, President Bush will offer his slate of agenda items for the upcoming year and recap the past year's Republican successes. John Roberts reports.

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W.H. Previews Union Address

Early Show co-anchor Hannah Storm asked White House Communications Director Dan Bartlett how the president is going to sell Social Security reform to the country.

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Bush Speech Preview

In his State of the Union address, President Bush is expected to highlight his plans for Social Security and the war in Iraq. CBS News' Bill Plante has a preview.

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Bush Lays Out His Plan

President Bush says the nation needs to fix social security. That was the big message from Wednesday's State of the Union speech. Stacy Case reports.

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Dem Rips Social Security Plan

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid explained why his party believes President Bush's idea for private Social Security accounts is a bad idea.

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Bush Lauds Iraq Vote, Activist

President Bush praised the Iraqi election and introduced human rights activist Safia Taleb al-Suhail, whose father was killed by Saddam Hussein's intelligence service.

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Bush On Mideast Peace

While discussing the spread of democracy through the Middle East, President Bush announced that Sec. Rice will travel to Israel and Palestine to meet with leaders and kick-start the peace process.

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Honoring Fallen Heroes

President Bush took time aside from outlining his agenda to name one of the many Americans who 'died for our freedom' on the 'front line against terror.'

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Bush- Freedom Will End Tyranny

President Bush renewed his pledge to stand up to terrorism and end tyranny. 'The only force powerful enough to stop the rise of tyranny and terror ... is the force of human freedom,' he said.

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Bush On Judicial Nominees

In his State of the Union address, President Bush said that the 'Senate has a responsibility: Every judicial nominee deserves an up-or-down vote.'

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Bush- Save Social Security

President Bush said that the current Social Security system is headed towards bankruptcy and took care to assure retirees and those nearing retirement that they would be unaffected by new changes.

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Bush On Personal Accounts

While discussing his plans for an overhaul of Social Security, President Bush provided some details about his idea for voluntary personal retirement accounts.

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State Of The Union Preview

In his State of the Union speech, the President is expected to talk about the items in his agenda, and probably topping that list: Social Security reform. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Pope Recovering

Prayers are being said for Pope John Paul as he remains hospitalized in Rome. He's expected to stay a few more days. Drew Levinson is in Rome with more.

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Vatican- Pope Doing Better

The Vatican says that Pope John Paul II is doing better after a night in the hospital where he was rushed with breathing problems. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports from Rome.

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Historian On Pope's Future

Father Paul Robichaud, a church historian based in Rome, tells The Early Show about the pope's condition and what this means for the Church's future.

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Price Of GI Family Grief

President Bush backs a plan to increase the military's death benefit, but some lawmakers and families think it's not enough. CBS News' Lee Cowan reports.

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Pope's Condition Analyzed

The Early Show's Dr. Emily Senay talks about the pope's condition after being rushed to the hospital with breathing problems. The 84-year-old has been sick for several days with the flu.

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News Analysis

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses the Guantanamo Bay lawsuit with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Pope Breathing Difficulty

There are new concerns about the health of Pope John Paul II. He was taken to the hospital late today. The Pope, who is 84, has been suffering from the flu. Alison Harmelin reports.

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New Possibilities In Iraq

The prospects of a new government have many Iraqis anxiously awaiting the election results and many others wondering when American and coalition troops can finally go home. Teri Okita has the latest.

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