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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Indictment Leads To Questions

CBS News Correspondent Gloria Borger reports on how the DeLay indictment has lead to more questions about what Democrats call "the abuse of power."

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Texas D.A. Charges DeLay

Ronnie Earle, the district attorney from Travis County, Texas, gave a press conference announcing the charges he brought against Republican Majority Leader Tom DeLay.

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Spreading 'Good News' On Iraq

Web Exclusive: John Roberts analyzes President Bush's remarks from the Rose Garden, which focused on positive developments in Iraq.

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Congressman On FEMA's Brown

Former FEMA Director Mike Brown took a lot of heat on Capitol Hill as lawmakers like Congressman Christopher Shays (R-Conn.) questioned his response to Hurricane Katrina. Shays discussed the hearing.

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Political Fallout

News about the House majority leader was just the latest bad news for Republicans. Gloria Borger reports on whether Republicans are worried about the political ramifications.

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New First For The Insurgency

Lara Logan reports on an apparent first for the Iraqi insurgency, when a woman suicide bomber struck an Iraqi army post, killing at least six recruits and wounding 30.

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New Orleans Strives To Survive

Sharyn Alfonsi meets a New Orleans man who refuses to leave his home and instead has started a garden. Meanwhile, Mayor Ray Nagin remains confident that residents can come back soon.

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Extreme Driver's Ed. For Teens

Mika Brzezinski reports on a type of driver's education aimed at teaching teen drivers how to handle skids, spin-outs and other potentially dangerous automobile maneuvers.

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60 Minutes- Ahmed Chalabi

Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi may be one of the most resilient politicians alive. Lesley Stahl paid him a visit to see how he rose to a new position of power.

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60 Minutes- The Hostage

Web Exclusive: Exclusive excerpts from a 60 Minutes interview with Roy Hallums who was taken hostage by Iraqi insurgents and held in captivity for 10 months. Hallums described his experience.

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Gibson's 'Criminal Mind'

Thomas Gibson of the hit drama "Criminal Minds" discussed his role as the head of the elite FBI team that profiles the country's most twisted criminal minds.

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Money Watch

Investors keep an eye on Gulf Coast oil facilities; oil prices not hurting economy as much as feared; Northwest flight attendants say carrier's cost-cutting would make them lowest paid in industry.

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'Natural Cures' Controversy

TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau, who claims in his bestselling book to have the cure for everything from cancer and diabetes, discusses his showdown with the Federal Trade Commission.

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Boom Or Bust Housing Market?

After repeated warnings of an overheating housing market, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan softened his stance on the issue. Vera Gibbons of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine has more.

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Selling Energy Drinks To Kids

Dr. Karen Hopkins, an NYU Medical Center pediatrician, discussed the effects of caffeinated drinks, the role of performance enhancing claims by nutritional food producers and the effects on kids.

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Brown Defends FEMA's Response

During congressional hearings, ex-FEMA director Michael Brown pointedly blamed New Orleans Mayor Nagin and Louisiana Governor Blanco for a delayed and uncoordinated evacuation. Bob Orr reports.

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