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Friday, October 14, 2005

HealthWatch

The top health stories include a report that bird flu in Turkey has been contained, babies who gain weight early linked to obesity, and the first shipments of flu shots. Melissa McDermott reports.

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Rove Appears Before Grand Jury

Facing a possible indictment over his role in the CIA leak probe, President Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove is testifying before a grand jury for the fourth time. Susan Roberts has more.

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Rove Could Face Indictment

Web Exclusive: President Bush's top political advisor, Karl Rove, is testifying in front of a grand jury about the leaking of the identity of an undercover CIA operative. Susan Roberts reports.

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Violence On Eve Of Iraq Vote

The Iraqi Islamic Party's Baghdad office was bombed and its Fallujah office torched by militants today. Iraqis go to the polls tomorrow to vote on the constitution. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Iraqi Constitution Update

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports from Baghdad on security efforts and concerns surrounding the upcoming vote on the proposed constitution.

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Countdown To Iraq's Vote

Officials in Iraq say the vote will proceed, even in Sunni Muslim areas that oppose the constitution and support the insurgents. Lara Logan reports from Tikrit, the hometown of Saddam Hussein.

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Race To Help Quake's Injured

In Pakistan, aid workers are struggling to provide shelter for the two million homeless. But the biggest challenge is caring for the thousands of injured, many of them children. Richard Roth reports.

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Widow 'Moves On'

Houma, La., is a tiny town on the Bayou. But it's paid a high price in Iraq. Sharyn Alfonsi visits a family there that has been touched by the war in the worst possible way.

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Seniors Decry New Drug Benefit

Enrollment for the new Medicare drug benefit begins in mid-November. But many seniors say the hardest part may be figuring out exactly what it is they are signing up for. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Too Little, Too Late

In one remote region of Pakistan affected by Saturday's earthquake, the first relief supplies are only now arriving. As Richard Roth reports, local residents are saying that the aid is not enough.

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Questions On Bush's Iraq Chat

The message of President Bush's live television conversation with U.S. troops in Iraq is being overshadowed by questions about how much of it was staged. Lara Logan has more.

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Fears Of Bird Flu Pandemic

Scientists are hard at work on a vaccine against the deadly disease. But experts say that the U.S. is woefully unprepared for a major outbreak. Elizabeth Kaledin Reports.

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