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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Road Tour Journal Preview

Sharyn Alfonsi shared experiences from her road tour and talked about an elementary school she will be visiting that is losing its popular P.E. teacher to service in Iraq.

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Bloody Campaign

CBS News correspondent Allen Pizzey reports that insurgents have killed over 50 Iraqis in their efforts to stop anyone from coming out and voting in the upcoming constitution referendum.

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Rain Impedes Earthquake Relief

The death toll continues to rise in Pakistan and India following Saturday's 7.6-magnitude earthquake. As Aleen Sirgany reports, the relief effort is growing but it is also facing some setbacks.

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Legislative Brawl In Taiwan

CBS News RAW: Dozens of opposing lawmakers in Taiwan's Legislature exchanged blows and attacked each other with signs and placards on Oct. 11, postponing debate on two highly contentious bills.

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Earthquake Recovery Efforts

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Susan Roberts reports on the slow but encouraging recovery effort being made on behalf of victims devastated by the earthquake in Pakistan.

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Earthquake Rescue Efforts

As the death toll from the South Asia earthquake steadily rises, rescue teams are continuing their search for survivors in collapsed buildings. Richard Roth reports.

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Web Sites Promote Anorexia

Web sites that may be glorifying anorexia are inundating the Internet, which critics say promote and glorify the disease. ?The Early Show? correspondent Melinda Murphy reports.

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New Orleans Police Beating

Web Exclusive: Trish Regan reports on the civil rights case involving 64-year-old retired school teacher, Richard Davis, whose beating at the hands of police officers was caught on tape.

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Health News

The top health stories include revised guidelines for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, bird flu is appearing in other parts of the world, and some baby food myths are debunked. Melissa McDermott reports.

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MoneyWatch

Top business stories include Alcoa, one of many industrial companies that expect weaker results due to the hurricane season, and AOL has bought a blogging company. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Robot Race Challenge

CBS News RAW: Robotic vehicles from 23 teams competed for a $2 million cash prize in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Grand Challenge in Nevada's Mojave Desert.

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