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Thursday, October 13, 2005

From Rebuilding To War

Members of the Navy Seabees have been applying the skills they learned in the military to rebuilding homes on the Gulf Coast. But now the Seabees are being deployed to Iraq. Sharyn Alfonsi has more.

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Bush Speaks To U.S. Soldiers

Web Exclusive: Lara Logan reports on developments in Iraq, including President Bush's live television interview with American soldiers.

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Protest In The Philippines

CBS News RAW: Police in Manila dispersed hundreds of protesters after they tried to push past barricades blocking the way to the presidential palace.

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Iraqi Constitution Vote Looms

With just two days to go before Iraqis vote on whether to adopt the new constitution, President Bush rallied U.S. troops during a conference call. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Pakistan Earthquake Update

Richard Roth reports via videophone from a village in Jabori, Pakistan, where people are enduring rain, cold weather and aftershocks days after the country's worst natural disaster.

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Pakistan Suffers Aftershock

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Susan Roberts reports that a 5.6-magnitude aftershock shook parts of Pakistan this morning, but didn?t deter relief efforts.

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Home Front, Day Four

Web Exclusive: The CBS News Home Front tour heads to Gulfport, Miss., where Navy personnel are helping with rebuilding efforts ? and now they're heading to Iraq. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Bird Flu Preparedness

Web Exclusive: Elizabeth Kaledin spoke to Dr. John Treanor, who is running the U.S. government's bird flu vaccine trial.

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Medical Minute

Elizabeth Kaledin has the latest medical news, which includes the spread of bird flu and U.S. efforts to develop a vaccine. Also, the FDA has approved a blood glucose monitor for diabetics.

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Dean Slams GOP On 'Letterman'

CBS News RAW: David Letterman welcomed Howard Dean to the "Late Show." The former Vermont governor discussed what he considers the shortcomings of the Republican Party.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: A long, cold shower, fears of bird flu pandemic and cuddly reunions.

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Bush Talks With Troops

CBS News RAW: President Bush held a special meeting with 11 U.S. troops stationed in Iraq. He thanked them for their efforts and inquired about their progress.

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Aftershocks In Pakistan

Another major aftershock shook earthquake survivors in Pakistan this morning, and rescue crews are running out of time to save people trapped in the wreckage. Richard Roth reports.

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Selling Miers To Conservatives

The White House is defending its effort to convince Christian conservatives that Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers is "one of them." CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports.

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Preparations For The Flu

With talk of a potential bird flu outbreak making headlines, many Americans are wondering what they can do to protect themselves from the bug. Dr. Neil Schachter offered his advice.

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New iPod Plays Video

Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the latest version of the iPod, which plays television shows and music videos as well as music. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Miers- Politics & Religion

Political analyst Craig Crawford of "Congressional Quarterly" discussed with "The Early Show's" Hannah Storm about the unease surrounding Harriet Miers from both sides of the political aisle.

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Update From Gulfport, Miss.

The Early Show's Harry Smith spoke with Gulfport Mayor Brent Warr on the town?s current situation and the relief effort since Hurricane Katrina hit.

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Bird Flu- False Alarm?

Following a background report by CBS News? Barry Petersen, Dr. Marc Siegel spoke with "The Early Show?s" Julie Chen to offer the latest update on the Asian bird flu.

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Pakistan Relief Efforts Resume

The skies in Pakistan have cleared allowing relief efforts to resume in the wake of the devastating earthquake that claimed tens of thousands of lives. Richard Roth reports.

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