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Monday, September 26, 2005

Return To New Orleans OK'd

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin asked some business and homeowners to return. Also, President Bush has announced that he is willing to tap into the strategic petroleum reserve. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Louisiana Gov. Seeks More Aid

Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco has requested more than $20 billion to completely rebuild New Orleans' levees. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Returning To New Orleans

Web Exclusive: As some services such as electricity and water return to normal in parts of New Orleans, Mayor Ray Nagin has asked some residents of the city to return. Susan Roberts reports.

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Lake Charles, La., Hit Hard

One of the hardest hit areas from Hurricane Rita was Lake Charles, La. Harry Smith spoke with Randy Roach, the town?s mayor, about the latest disaster to hit the community.

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Abu Ghraib Prisoner Release

CBS News RAW: At the request of the Iraqi government, the U.S. military began releasing 1,000 detainees from Abu Ghraib prison. Non-violent offenders are often pardoned during Ramadan.

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Frist Denies Insider Trading

Web Exclusive: Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist has denied any wrongdoing in selling his ownership of a stock just two weeks before it took a dive. Gloria Borger reports.

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Bush On Roberts' Nomination

CBS News RAW: President Bush says he's 'cautiously optimistic' about John Roberts' confirmation, but that he'll withhold judgment until the Senate Judiciary Committee completes the process.

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Bush Comments On Poverty

CBS News RAW: When asked about what role race and class might have played in the Hurricane Katrina crisis, President Bush said several programs are aimed at helping the nation's poor.

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Oil Reserves May Be Tapped

CBS News RAW: President Bush announced plans to help make up for any shortfalls that could result from Hurricane Rita, which included waiving some environmental rules and encouraging carpools.

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Victims Of The Heat

Rita severely damaged the electrical power infrastructure in Texas, subjecting residents to sweltering heat. Texans need generators, but FEMA has been sluggish to get them. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Obliterated towns, undeclared civil war and intelligent design in court.

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Georgia 'Snow Days' For Rita

In an effort to conserve fuel, Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue asked schools to take two early snow days, prompted by Hurricane Rita. Perdue explained his reasoning on The Early Show.

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CBS MarketWatch

A business report about how about hurricanes is impacting the economy specifically, the airline and oil industry.

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Gov.- Texas 'Dodged A Bullet'

Texas Gov. Rick Perry discussed the damage from Hurricane Rita, the state dodging a bullet and evacuees returning home.

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Grumbling Over The Red Cross

Critics maintain that the relief organization is dysfunctional and disorganized. As Joie Chen reports, at least one member of Congress is demanding accountability.

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Defense Dept. And Disasters

CBS News RAW: During a briefing with military officials in Texas, Pres. Bush says he has been interested in whether the Defense Department should take the lead in disasters of a certain size.

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