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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Pakistan Relief Continues

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Richard Roth reports from Pakistan on the slow but steady relief efforts that have resumed after unfavorable weather conditions.

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MarketWatch

The top business stories include earning reports, a new iPod is expected, inflation overshadowing positive earnings, and a settlement between Microsoft and Real Networks. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Church abuse files released, earthquake relief presses on and Southern-style war protests.

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Jolie Receives U.N. Award

CBS News RAW: Actress Angelina Jolie was honored on Oct. 8 in New York for her work as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

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New iPod Plays TV Shows

CBS News RAW: Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs introduced the new video playing iPod and a deal with Disney that allows owners to download hit shows from ABC.

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HealthWatch

The top health stories include lower cholesterol levels in older people, world governments' reaction to the bird flu, and a new study on early detection of breast cancer. Melissa McDermott reports.

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Winter Heating Costs May Rise

Americans may be in for a long and expensive winter. The federal government today issued new predictions for home heating costs. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Bush Sings Miers' Praises

CBS News RAW: Facing criticism from the left and the right, President Bush laid out reasons why he nominated Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court.

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Smurfs Bombed In Ad

CBS News RAW: UNICEF's anti-war commercial, expected to broadcast on national television in Belgium this week, carries the tagline "Don't let war affect the lives of children."

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Weather Clears In Pakistan

The United States is sending more aid to areas hit hardest by Saturday?s earthquake, and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice stopped in Pakistan on her trip through the region. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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China Blasts Into Space

A rocket carrying two astronauts lifted off from China, returning the country's manned space program to orbit two years after its first flight. Celia Hatton reports.

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Earthquake Relief Presses On

The estimated death toll from Saturday?s earthquake in Pakistan continues to climb. As Richard Roth reports, the nightmare is just beginning for people in the most devastated areas.

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Southern-Style War Protests

Along her cross-country tour of the home front, Sharyn Alfonsi stopped in Birmingham, Ala., where she talked to a Vietnam veteran who is at the forefront of the city's anti-war movement.

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Next Road Tour Stop

On Day 3 of CBS News' Home Front road tour, Sharyn Alfonsi heads to Birmingham, Alabama, where she'll speak with anti-war veterans.

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Quake Survivors Desperate

The weather turned bad just as some supplies began arriving, and hungry crowds turned angry fighting over meager handouts. Richard Roth reports on the injured, hungry and homeless in Pakistan.

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Aid Obstacles In Pakistan

In the wake of the earthquake, relief teams are struggling to provide food, water and medication - especially in remote areas. Adeel Joffery of the Islamic Relief Agency describes the situation.

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Children Left Behind

Kids in Fort Benning, Ga. know more about the realities of war than many adults. To them, reports of casualties on the news are personal. Sharyn Alfonsi continues her road tour of the home front.

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