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Thursday, February 17, 2005

What's In Store For Negroponte

Pres. Bush named John Negroponte the first U.S. intelligence czar who will oversee 15 agencies, set the budget, move assets worldwide and eye terrorist groups. CBS News' Stacy Case reports.

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Bush Picks New Intel Czar

President Bush announced U.S. Ambassador to Iraq John Negroponte as the new intelligence czar. He also answered questions about current U.S. policy toward Syria.

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Gov't Forms Drug Safety Panel

Some prescription drug experts doubt a new government panel to ensure safety of drugs will make a difference. CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson reports from Washington.

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Iraq's Inside Track

An unexpected man is gaining consensus within Iraq's Shiite coalition. He is neither a holy man nor an extremist, but Dr. Ibrahim Jaafari could be prime minister, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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The Public On Social Security

Talking to people of all political affiliations in New Hampshire yields some consensus on Social Security, Jim Axelrod reports. People don't think there's a crisis, but do want more information.

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