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Thursday, October 6, 2005

Health Watch

Country representatives meeting in D.C. to discuss the possibility of a global bird flu epidemic; Predicting Alzheimer?s by reading brain waves; High produce prices linked to weight kids? weight?

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Bush Links Terror, Communism

Web Exclusive: CBS News' John Roberts offers commentary on President Bush's speech at the National Endowment for Democracy, which focused primarily on the global war on terrorism.

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Friend Discusses Miers' Views

A big criticism of President Bush's nominee Harriet Miers is that there are few clues about where she stands on the issues. Texas Supreme Court Judge Nathan Hecht, a friend and colleague, comments.

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Violence Vs. Democracy

It was a typical day in Iraq, says Allen Pizzey, with violence and democracy side-by-side trying to get to center stage.

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Bush's Mission From God?

CBS News RAW: The Palestinian information minister told the BBC he and his prime minister were once in a meeting at which President Bush said God told him to go to war in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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NYC Subway System Threat

CBS News RAW: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that there is a "specific threat" to the New York City transit system. The mayor is asking subway riders to be vigilant.

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New Orleans Back To Work

Some businesses in New Orleans are so desperate for employees they are offering signing bonuses, and people are finding themselves working jobs they never expected to have. Drew Levinson reports.

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Bush- Iraq Key To Fight Terror

Hours before President Bush was to give a speech on terrorism, more violence took place in Iraq. Bush said that in order to win the fight against terrorism in Iraq is key. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Discusses Iraq, Militants

CBS News RAW: In a speech at the National Endowment for Democracy conference, President Bush addressed Iraq and charged that Islamic militants were trying to intimidate the world.

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A Millionaire After Katrina

One Louisiana woman who lost everything during Hurricane Katrina is now a millionaire after stopping to play slot machines while on her way to a Wal-Mart. She won $1.6 million.

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Bush Challenges Iraq Critics

As Iraqis prepare to vote on the Constitutional referendum in the coming week, President Bush said pulling out of the country would only embolden terrorists around the world. Susan Roberts reports.

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Spy In The White House?

The FBI is investigating Leandro Aragoncillo, a former Marine who is accused of taking classified documents from the White House and passing them to contacts in the Philippines. Bill Plante reports.

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Threat To NYC Subways

Officials warned that the New York City Subway, which carries more than four million passengers a day, may be the target of a terror attack in the next few days. Randall Pinkston reports.

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NYC Threat Is Specific

The threat to the New York City subways was picked up in chatter on the Internet and was specific in nature. But some officials are downplaying the threat, Jim Stewart reports.

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'Chilling' Al Qaeda Letter

The U.S. obtained a 13-page letter written by Osama bin Laden's deputy, outlining with what one senior official calls "chilling clarity" al Qaeda's strategy for Iraq and beyond, reports David Martin.

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Bush Raises Iraq War Stakes

President Bush raised the stakes in the war on terror, warning that failure in Iraq could ignite a Communist-style domino effect. John Roberts reports.

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U.S. Not Ready For Bird Flu

The risk of a pandemic is said to be low, but planning for one is now a priority, especially in a White House determined not to be surprised by a natural disaster. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Life And Death At High Court

The Supreme Court today heard arguments between the state of Oregon and the federal government over the state?s law allowing physician-assisted suicide in terminal cases. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Insurgent Spies

As the U.S. trains Iraqi troops, there is no way to ensure that every new recruit is loyal to their cause. Allen Pizzey has more on the problem that has plagued American military planners.

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Out Of A Job In New Orleans

Many New Orleans residents who have already lost so much are now finding that they no longer have jobs. Byron Pitts reports on the city?s layoffs.

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