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Thursday, February 3, 2005

Bush Pushes Reform

President Bush proposed massive overhaul of Social Security in his State of the Union address to Congress and the nation. Democrats responded. CBS News' Bill Plante has more.

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Blue-Collar Comeback

Where are the jobs? According to a report by Wyatt Andrews, more young Americans are turning to the red-hot Blue Collar labor market, which has plentiful job openings and a climbing pay scale.

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Captured Insurgents Talk

On a day with more than two dozen deaths in Iraq, Elizabeth Palmer reports new video obtained by CBS News indicates the insurgency might take years to bring under control.

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Close Up- Social Security

Anthony Mason takes a closer look at President Bush's plan to privatize Social Security accounts. He says it not only will cost the government in the short run, but could cost you in the long run.

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Bush's SS Plan Scrutinized

As President Bush takes his Social Security plan on the road, his audiences might be full of praise, but those to be most affected by his proposals - the young - are critical, John Roberts reports.

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Pope Pulling Through

Although 84-year-old Pope John Paul II is still hospitalized, his condition is stable, reports Allen Pizzey. His health is fragile, however, which makes illnesses like his current fever dangerous.

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Choices Face The Vatican

When Pope John Paul gets the flu, the world sneezes. Flustered, too, is the Vatican, which is entrusted with replacing the religious leader upon death. Mark Phillips reports from Rome.

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Women Navigate War Zones

Although women are technically not supposed to be involved in direct combat, a lot of servicewomen in Iraq are stepping up when they're needed, reports Kimberly Dozier.

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