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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Tips For Conserving Gas

Rising gas prices continue to be a driving force behind the hunt for alternative fuel options. Ron Cogan of Green Car Journal discussed different kinds of fuels to help you beat the rising prices.

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Early Evacuation Plan

CBS News RAW: Houston Mayor Bill White urged the public to make plans to evacuate the region unless they need to be there.

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Iraq Protest Reaches D.C.

Peace activist Cindy Sheehan traveled to Washington, D.C. in an effort to persuade politicians' to bring the troops home from Iraq. Michael Weber reports.

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Body Recovery Continues

CBS News RAW: New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin provided an update to city council members about the process of recovering bodies from flood waters and homes.

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Bush- New Life After Katrina

CBS News RAW: At a luncheon in Washington, D.C., President Bush discussed the 'positive' impact of Hurricane Katrina and the opportunities to bring new life to families affected by the storm.

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Rita's Impact On Texas Coast

CBS News RAW: Texas Gov. Rick Perry encouraged citizens along the coastal region to voluntarily evacuate and adequately prepare for Hurricane Rita.

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Rita Press Briefing- Houston

CBS News RAW: Houston Mayor Bill White held a press conference to urge people in storm surge areas to voluntarily evacuate in advance of Hurricane Rita.

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Texas Gov. On Hurricane Rita

Folks from Mexico to Louisiana are bracing for Hurricane Rita, but forecasters are predicting that the storm will likely make landfall in Texas, where Gov. Rick Perry discussed preparations.

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Senators Discuss Supreme Court

CBS News RAW: Senate Judiciary Committee members Arlen Specter, R-Pa., and Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., met with President Bush to discuss John Roberts Jr. and the next Supreme Court nominee.

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Chertoff On Prepping For Rita

After Hurricane Katrina, no one is taking chances with Hurricane Rita, which appears to be heading for Texas. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff discussed the government's preparations.

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Resting In Peace After Storm

Even though it appeared Margery Brecht was alone at her burial, she had friends she never even knew by her side. Jim Acosta has the story of one Katrina victim's funeral.

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Training For Death

In Nashville, troops are training for the grim reality of what they'll face in Baghdad. David Martin reports that they are getting "bullet-proof brains" to withstand the shock of combat.

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FEMA Tries Again

Federal officials don't want to make comparisons with Katrina, but one change in FEMA's response to Rita is obvious: the military is front and center. Randall Pinkston reports on the preparations.

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Iraq Death Toll Grows

At least nine Americans were killed today by insurgent bombings, as the total number of military deaths surpasses 1900. Lara Logan reports on the latest developments from Iraq.

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Holy Oil

John Brown, a successful businessman and born-again Christian, says the bible is a treasure map to petroleum reserves. As David Hawkins reports, that's why he's drilling in Israel.

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Scattered Violence In Iraq

Lara Logan reports from Iraq, where four American civilians were killed in Mosul, as the death toll of American troops has surpassed 1,900.

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