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Monday, September 12, 2005

Money Watch

A business report about high energy prices and the Federal Reserve Bank's decision to leave interest rates where they are to curb borrowing costs related to Hurricane Katrina.

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Top Health Stories

A health report about the link between smoking and blindness, a Senate bill to limit sales of common cold medications and the negative impact of breastfeeding.

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Stars Sign Charity Guitar

The 'Fashion Rocks' special created a very special collectors item which Conde Nast, sponsor of the event, is auctioning off on the Early Show. All proceeds go to the Red Cross and the Salvation Army.

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A Palestinian?s Perspective

Web Exclusive Issam alQuran, a local Palestinian, discussed the Gaza Strip pullout and the optimism of rebuilding homes and schools on the land. David Hawkins reports.

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Diary From Afghanistan

The Early Show's Dave Price made a special video diary documenting his Stars for Stripes tour in Afghanistan with American soldiers.

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New U.S. Terrorism Threat

There's a new videotaped threat against the United States, and it is said to be from al Qaeda. It was delivered to ABC News and the CIA is studying it.

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Chief Justice Hearings Begin

The Senate judiciary committee began its hearings today on the nomination of Judge John Roberts to Chief Justice of the United States.

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Judge Roberts' Senate Hearings

Senate confirmation hearings begin today for John Roberts. President Bush's nominee to be chief justice faces tough questions, especially from Democrats.

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Bush In New Orleans

The President said that the federal government needs to do a better job at responding to natural disasters. CBS News' Randall Pinkston has more.

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Recovery Won't Discriminate

President Bush stopped in New Orleans in his tour of the devastation along the Gulf Coast. He commented on the government's response to Katrina, and the hurricane's ramifications on related issues.

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Terrorist Threat Against L.A.

CBS News? Harry Smith spoke with Los Angeles Police Department Chief William Bratton about a video threat that may be from al Qaeda.

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Cases Of Supreme Importance

If John Roberts becomes the Supreme Court chief justice, he will likely play a key role on cases dealing with abortion and states' rights to deal with terminally ill patients. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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FEMA Director Resigns

As President Bush faces an avalanche of personal criticism for responding too slowly to the Katrina crisis, Mike Brown resigns as head of FEMA. James Stewart reports.

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'The Big One'

A past FEMA report warned the three most likely threats to the U.S. were a terrorist attack on New York, a major hurricane striking New Orleans and a catastrophic earthquake in California.

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Spotlight On John Roberts

The U.S. Senate opens hearings Monday on John Roberts' nomination as Chief Justice. CBS News' Gloria Borger reports on what to expect.

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Remembering 9/11

CBS News RAW: Mayor Michael Bloomberg led New York City in a tribute for victims of the September 11, 2001 attack on Americans.

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