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Friday, September 30, 2005

Car Bomb In Southern Iraq

CBS News RAW: Sunni-led insurgents are responsible for a suicide car bomb attack that killed nine people and wounded 30 at a vegetable market in southern Iraq.

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Next Supreme Court Nominee

Mark Knoller reports on what may factor into President Bush's choice to replace Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is retiring.

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Bennett's Comments Draw Fire

Former Education Secretary William Bennett has been criticized for suggesting on his radio show that aborting black babies would reduce the crime rate. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Bill Bennett Sparks Outrage

Former Secretary of Education Bill Bennett said on his radio show that crime would decrease if there was more black abortion. Wyatt Andrews reports on criticism of the remarks and Bennett's response.

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Marine Haunted By Past

Marine General Peter Pace is still haunted by his experiences in the Vietnam War. Where Pace has been will have a lot to do with where he goes as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. David Martin reports.

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Money Watch

The top business stories include consumer reaction to high energy costs at the pump and home and the latest unemployment numbers. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Heatlh Watch

The top health stories include a government warning about a drug that may raise the risk of suicidal thoughts in children and safer bone marrow transplants. Melissa McDermott reports.

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Gas Prices & Credit Cards

With gas prices soaring, more Americans are using credit cards to pay at the pump ? and they are finding it hard to pay their bills on time. Eric Schurenberg of Money magazine explains.

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Gen. Myers Stepping Down

After 40 years of service, the nation's top military officer during the post-9/11 period is stepping aside. Hannah Storm spoke with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Richard Myers.

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Best Employers For Boomers

AARP's Deborah Russell shared a list of the companies that won their award for being the best employers for people over 50. Also, she discussed current employment trends for baby boomers.

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Mississippi's Relief, Recovery

The Early Show's Harry Smith spoke with Mississippi Gov. Halley Barbour about relief efforts and his proposal to allow casinos to rebuild onshore, which has angered some religious conservatives.

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Political Analysis- Tom DeLay

CBS News' national political correspondent Gloria Borger offers analysis of the indictment against Tom DeLay, a close look at the investigation and the Texas Republican's political future.

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