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Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Evening News Online

Tuesday: Miers' abortion views revealed, Saddam's day in court and N.M. teen misses dad in Iraq.

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MarketWatch

The top business stories include earning reports from top tech companies, the Producer Price Index may fan inflation fears, and troubles for Krispy Kreme. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Securing Saddam's Trial

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Lara Logan reports from Iraq on the security measures being taken in preparation for the trial of former dictator Saddam Hussein.

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The Saddam Hussein Trial

The trial of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is scheduled to begin Wednesday in a heavily guarded courtroom for a 1982 massacre in the town of Dujail. Lara Logan reports.

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Trial Brings New Threats

Web Exclusive: There are reports that Saddam Hussein's followers have promised to unleash "fire and mortar" on the American and Iraqi forces to mark the start of his trial. Lara Logan has more.

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Iraqis React To Saddam Trial

Web Exclusive: Allen Pizzey reports that most Iraqis have already judged Saddam Hussein's guilt and that the trial is not an all-consuming subject matter in their problem-ridden lives.

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Mugabe- Bush, Blair 'Unholy'

CBS News RAW: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe called President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair "unholy men," and compared them to fascist leaders trying to dominate the world.

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The Iraq Vote & Saddam Trial

Susan Roberts reports on Iraq's ballot counting after the constitution vote, the anger over a U.S. air strike bombing in a Sunni town, and the upcoming trial of Saddam Hussein.

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Residents Evacuate City

The governor has ordered almost 200 dams to be inspected after last week's heavy rain weakened a dam in Taunton, Mass. As Alison Harmelin reports, the situation there is still touch and go.

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Evacuations In Taunton, Mass.

CBS News RAW: Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney addressed concerns about a possible dam break in the city of Taunton. A break of the Whittendom Dam could flood a two- to three-mile area there.

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Miers' Abortion Views Revealed

A 1989 survey reveals that the court nominee opposes abortion in most cases. Gloria Borger reports it was welcome news for some conservatives, but may give some Democrats ammunition to oppose her.

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Bird Flu Alarm Overblown?

Public health officials tracking bird flu called the spread of the disease from Asia to Europe "a global threat." But Sheila MacVicar reports that there may be no need to panic.

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N.M. Teen Misses Dad In Iraq

Life goes on in Albuquerque, N.M., as if there were no war in Iraq. But for Michael Scarlett, that means carrying the burden of his father's sacrifice largely alone. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Home Front Tour, Day Seven

Sharyn Alfonsi reports from a high school in Albuquerque, N.M., where she'll be speaking with a student-athlete about his father's decision to go to Iraq.

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Wounded Soldiers Struggle

At the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, wounded soldiers fight to get better. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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TSA Wasting Tax Dollars?

The Transportation Safety Administration spends $35 million a year on a traveling "National Screener Force" at 60 small airports, but critics call it a waste of government money. Jim Acosta reports.

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Miers Unclear On Abortion

A controversy is growing over reports that private assurances have been given to conservatives that Miers will attempt to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Gloria Borger reports.

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