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Monday, February 14, 2005

Shiites Prepare To Lead

The country's long-oppressed majority won most of the seats in Iraq's election, but now the question arises: How will the Shiites govern? Kimberly Dozier reports on the new government.

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Bush Faces Social Sec. Battle

President Bush faces an uphill battle in his campaign to reform Social Security. CBS News' Joie Chen reports from the White House.

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Election Results In Iraq

With the 8.5 million votes Iraq's first free election now counted, it's time now for the winners to form a new government. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Medical Clinics At Target

Ever think of going to a Target for a medical test? CBS News' Randall Pinkston asks if these 'minute clinics' are a health care solution or problem.

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Pope Makes Address, Waves

Pope John Paul II made his first public address since leaving the hospital. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports that Vatican may use the pope's illness to send a message.

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Iranians Reaching Out

Despite the official chill between Iran and the U.S., CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports how Iranians appear to be open to new ideas.

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