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Friday, September 16, 2005

Religion & Politics

Court TV commentator and former judge Catherine Crier spoke with The Early Show's Harry Smith about her new book, the John Roberts confirmation hearings and the role of religion in politics.

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Roberts Hearing Concludes

The Senate Judiciary Committee is to vote Thursday on John Roberts' nomination as chief justice. In three days of hearings, Roberts did not reveal his personal views on hot button issues.

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Behind The Lens, Pt. 3

CBS News Raw: In part 3 McClellan and Lee talk about the comparisons between New Orleans and war zones they have covered. They also shared stories about what they've experienced.

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Bishop T.D. Jakes' Plea

CBS News RAW: Bishop T.D. Jakes delivered a sermon at the National Cathedral with President Bush in attendance in which he called upon Americans to help the poor.

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Mixed Reaction To Bush Speech

CBS's Byron Pitts discussed how New Orleans residents, from working class to entrepreneur, reacted to President Bush's speech last night.

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Rebuilding New Orleans

Much of New Orleans is still underwater but crews are working around the clock to rebuild the city. Reconstruction cost taxpayers about $200 billion. CBS News' Stacy Case reports.

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Bush- All Affected By Katrina

CBS News RAW: President Bush asks for prayers for victims of Hurricane Katrina during a service in Washington, D.C.

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Schwarzenegger's Re-election

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's approval ratings have plummeted, making a potential re-election bid a tough battle for the actor-turned-politician.

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New Orleans May Open Soon

Even though much of New Orleans is still underwater, parts of the city may be reopened for business as early as this weekend. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Bush?s Rebuilding Plan

In a televised prime-time speech, President Bush gave assurances to the nation about his plan to rebuild the areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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New Orleans Reacts To Bush

The day after President Bush's speech in Jackson square, New Orleans residents react with a mixture of anger, appreciation and apathy. Byron Pitts reports that the day-to-day struggles go on.

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Remembrance And Rebuilding

As President Bush led a national day of prayer and remembrance, the White House got cracking on its plans for a huge rebuilding effort. The funding will not include a tax hike, John Roberts reports.

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Homecoming Hope In New Orleans

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin says the city will soon be ready for business and certain areas, including the French Quarter, are expected to reopen. Byron Pitts reports.

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Katrina Aid Under Scrutiny

President Bush will outline the relief package for Hurricane Katrina victims in a prime-time speech. So far, Mr. Bush has resisted a big government approach to the aid, John Roberts reports.

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More Bombs, Deaths In Baghdad

A day after more than a dozen explosions ripped through Baghdad, four more bombs killed 31 people. David Martin reports that the U.S. military anticipates more violence.

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