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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Energy, Delta, Microsoft

Wall Street keeps an eye on energy supplies and retail sales; Analysts expect gas stockpiles to be at near-critical levels; Delta Airlines could file for bankruptcy; Microsoft's new Operating System.

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Suicide Bombers Target Shiites

Web Exclusive: Lara Logan reports on the aftermath of suicide bombings that targeted Shiite workers in Iraq.

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Bush's U.N. Speech & Katrina

Web Exclusive: CBS?s John Roberts reports on President Bush?s U.N. address and the fallout from Katrina.

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Bush- Time Of Great Challenges

Bill Plante reports on President Bush's speech to the U.N. General Assembly, where he discussed many of the challenges facing the world today, including the war on terrorism and fighting poverty.

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Bush Addresses U.N.

CBS News RAW: Bush addressed the United Nations, thanking the world for help with the Hurricane Katrina disaster.

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President Bush at the U.N.

President Bush will speak before the United Nations General Assembly to address the war in Iraq, combating poverty in developing nations and reform in the UN. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Roberts On Eminent Domain

CBS News RAW: John Roberts explained recent Supreme Court ruling on eminent domain that allowed local government to seize private land for the betterment of community.

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Senators Question John Roberts

On the first day of questioning, the Senate Judiciary Committee asked Chief Justice nominee John Roberts for his opinion on such issues as abortion. CBS News' Gloria Borger reports.

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Ophelia Getting Stronger

Hurricane Ophelia is getting stronger and hurricane warnings now cover the entire North Carolina coast. The governor is saying that the flooding will be worse than expected. Drew Levinson reports.

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Ophelia Press Conference

CBS News RAW: North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley held a press conference to provide an update about Hurricane Ophelia and to alert people about flooding and shelters.

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Update From New Orleans

As the death toll in Louisiana jumped from 279 to 423, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin announced that many businesses may be reopened next week. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Nursing Home Horror

Charles Foti, Louisiana's attorney general, explained why criminal charges were filed against nursing home owners Salvador and Mable Mangano. Thirty-four residents were found dead after Katrina.

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Baghdad Bloodshed

A series of blasts killed at least 160 people in Baghdad. Lara Logan reports that the attacks were apparently retaliation for the U.S.-led offensive in Tal Afar.

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Roberts Dodges More Questions

John Roberts skirted offering his views on the death penalty and other issues. But Gloria Borger reports that he defended his view of both the confirmation process and the job of a judge.

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Roberts Shows Poise Under Fire

Chief Justice nominee John G. Roberts stayed poised and reserved as he faced his first day of questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee, Gloria Borger reports.

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Rebuilding New Orleans

New Orleans? officials are concentrating on rebuilding the infrastructure around the city, but the process may take up to three months. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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New FEMA Director Introduced

CBS News RAW: At a press conference, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff introduced the acting director of FEMA, David Paulison.

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