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Monday, September 19, 2005

N.O. Police Chief On Re-Entry

New Orleans Police Chief Eddie Compass, who is in New York for the Saints-Giants game, commented on the disparity between FEMA and Mayor Ray Nagin on the issue of re-populating the city.

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Mayor Concerned About Rita

CBS News RAW: Mayor Ray Nagin expressed anxiety that the incoming tropical storm could affect New Orleans and revised his re-entry plan for the city.

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Returning To New Orleans

CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports from the flood zone, discussing the health and safety issues facing residents who may return to the city as Mayor Nagin has encouraged.

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FEMA- New Orleans Not Yet Safe

Vice Adm. Thad Allen, who's leading the federal recovery operation in New Orleans, discussed why he is opposed to Mayor Ray Nagin allowing residents to return to the hurricane battered area.

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Mixed Signals In New Orleans

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin says some residents can come back while federal officials warn that it's still too dangerous. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Florida Keys Evacuating

A hurricane warning has been issued for the Florida Keys, and people there are evacuating after the mayor issued a state of emergency. Dave Malkoff, of CBS station WFOR, reports.

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Response To N. Korea Nuke Plan

The White House is pleased with North Korea's agreement to end its nuclear weapons program, but there's also caution about whether the nation will make good on its promise. Celia Hatton reports.

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President Bush On N. Korea

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on North Korea's agreement to abandon the development of nuclear weapons, something he says, will be verified.

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Bush On Afghanistan, Oil

CBS News RAW: President Bush congratulated the Afghanistan people for voting and helping to oust the Taliban. He also commented on OPEC member nations.

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Will N. Korea Keep Its Word?

CBS News' Barry Peterson says North Korea almost never honors its agreements, including previous pledges to halt its nuclear weapons development program and rejoin international arms treaties.

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N. Korea's Nuclear Agreement

North Korea agrees to abandon its nuclear weapons program without a promise that it will be allowed to develop a nuclear energy program. CBS News' Barry Peterson reports.

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N. Korea To Abandon Nukes

North Korea has agreed to end its nuclear weapons program. In return, North Korea will receive energy assistance and a guarantee that it will not be attacked by the United States.

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NASA's New Space Plan

A new space vehicle will put astronauts back on the moon ? at a cost of more than $100 billion. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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McCain Wants Drug Benefit Axed

In the wake of Katrina, Sen. John McCain says the budget deficit is so dire that the Medicare prescription drug benefit should be scrapped. Gloria Borger reports.

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City Reopening Suspended

With news of another storm potentially heading towards New Orleans, Mayor Ray Nagin slows ambitious plan to reopen the city. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Elections In Afghanistan

Afghanistan's president touted the parliamentary elections as a sign of progress. But, as Mark Phillips reports, the threat of attacks from the Taliban might have kept some from the polls.

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Back In Business

In New Orleans this weekend, some local businesses reopened with the encouragement of Mayor Ray Nagin. But, as Sharon Alfonsi reports, many owners are skeptical of a quick recovery.

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Second-Term Slump

President Bush's declining poll numbers may not be so surprising. Throughout American history, reelected presidents have run into difficulties during their second terms. Joie Chen reports.

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