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Thursday, September 8, 2005

Political Fallout

Vice President Cheney made his first trip to the region and said that progress had been made, but Gloria Borger reports that back in Washington, the assessment isn't so rosy.

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Economic Disaster

From shrimp to gambling, industries have been destroyed on the Gulf Coast, and thousands of jobs have been lost. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Katrina's Political Storm

The political storm grew stronger on Capitol Hill as Democrats and Republicans vowed to investigate the government's response to Hurricane Katrina. CBS News' Stacy Case reports.

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Bush Announces Aid Initiatives

President Bush today announced $2,000 in immediate federal aid for hurricane victims, as Congress took up a $51.8 billion emergency relief bill.

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Cheney Shakes Off Harsh Words

CBS News RAW: During a visit to Gulfport, Miss., Vice President Cheney was briefly interrupted by one dissatisfied man's verbal attack.

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U.S. Hostage Rescued

In Iraq, an American hostage has been rescued. Businessman Roy Hallums was kidnapped last November, and U.S. troops rescued him during a raid near Baghdad.

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Katrina Cleanup

CBS News' Lee Cowan reports on concerns over diseased waters in New Orleans; Jim Acosta talks of Mississippi's "World Trade Center."

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Justice Rehnquist Buried Today

Chief Justice William Rehnquist will be buried today after his casket was carried into the Supreme Court where President Bush and first lady Laura Bush paid their final respects.

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La. Troops Returning Home

Some American troops in Iraq were scheduled to return home this month, and some of them call Louisiana home. Lara Logan talks with them about the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

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