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Monday, October 17, 2005

Bush Comments On Miers

CBS News RAW: President Bush met with a group of six former Texas Supreme Court members and thanked them for endorsing Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.

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Drawing Support For Miers

With criticism continuing to surround Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers, President Bush once again tried to whip up support for his candidate. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Administration Promotes Miers

Web Exclusive: Susan Roberts reports that President Bush has invited two former Texas Supreme Court judges to the White House to show their support for his Supreme Court nominee.

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Counting Iraqi Ballots

CBS News RAW: CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports that in Iraq, both Mother Nature and politics are hampering the ballot counting process.

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Air Strikes Follow Iraq Vote

It appears likely that Iraqis have approved the constitution but, as Charlie D'Agata reports, the violence continues. Hospital officials say dozens of civilians died in U.S. air strikes.

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Heavy Fighting In Iraq

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports from Baghdad on attacks in Ramadi, as well as the country's constitution vote, which seems to have gone relatively smoothly.

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Tips For Conserving Energy

Eric Schurenberg, the managing editor of Money magazine, joined "The Early Show" with some practical tips on conserving energy and saving money this winter.

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Living Like 'The Waltons'

One family from South Carolina has decided to take matters into their own hands, changing their lifestyle to protect their wallet from for sky-high energy bills.

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Fighting The Bird Flu

As federal officials continue to tour Asia to explore the threat of bird flu, experts in the United States say that, while the danger may not be imminent, it is very real. Dr. Emily Senay has more.

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Miers To Meet With Senators

Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers is set to meet with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. As Bill Plante reports, the White House is now focusing attention on Miers' legal experience.

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Iraq Constitution May Pass

Following Saturday's vote, it appears that Iraq's constitution is headed for approval. Allen Pizzey reports from Baghdad.

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MoneyWatch

Regulations make it more difficult for people to qualify for bankruptcy; Investors awaiting new inflation data; Quarterly earning results from Citigroup, General Motors, Intel, Yahoo, eBay and Delta.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday: The National Zoo reveals the name of its baby panda; A family living like "The Waltons" in an effort to save on energy; and Susan Sarandon discusses "Elizabethtown."

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Evening News Online

Monday: Wilma ties record for storms, TSA wasting tax dollars? And wounded soldiers struggle.

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Assessing Bird Flu Threat

Melissa McDermott spoke to Health & Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt from Indonesia, as he continues a 10-day tour of Asian nations to assess the threat presented by Avian Flu.

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HealthWatch

Researchers say they have alternative methods for making embryonic stem cells in mice; Europe is bracing for the bird flu after health officials detected the virus in Romania and Turkey.

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Flu Shot Shortage Again?

Most of the flu talk is about the Asian bird flu, but the government is out with its first report about the regular flu. Michelle Miller reports about the vaccine supply level.

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Karzai On The Opium Problem

60 Minutes commentator Steve Kroft interviewed Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai about banning opium, which is one of his top priorities.

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Senators Discuss Iraq, Miers

Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., and Sen. Charles Hagel, R-Neb., spoke with CBS News' Bob Schieffer about the situation in Iraq and Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.

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