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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

DeLay- Dems Not Affecting Us

Web Exclusive: Facing conspiracy and money laundering charges, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay accused Democrats of playing "politics of personal destruction."

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Saddam Disruptive In Court

Web Exclusive: Saddam Hussein disrupted his trial by challenging the authority of the court. His attorneys were granted their request for more time to review his case. Lara Logan reports.

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Saddam's Trial Adjourned

A belligerent Saddam Hussein has pleaded innocent to charges stemming from a 1982 massacre. After a brief session today, the judge adjourned the trial until Nov. 28. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Courtroom Observations

Lara Logan reports on what went on inside the courtroom on the first day of Saddam Hussein's trial for the torture and murder of 140 Shiites.

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Inside The Saddam Courtroom

CBS News' Charlie D'Agata provided an insider's view of the Saddam Hussein trial where the former Iraqi dictator pleaded not guilty to the 1982 massacre of 140 people.

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Saddam Arrives In Court

After a two-hour delay, Saddam Hussein took his place in the courtroom to stand trial on charges he and several aids ordered the massacre of 140 Shiites. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Save $$ On Energy Bills

Danny Lipford, host of "Today's Homeowner" and "The Early Show's" resident handyman, offered some easy and effective ideas on how to save money this winter on energy bills.

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Saddam Pleads Innocent

Saddam Hussein pleaded innocent to charges of murder and torture as his long-awaited trial began. The one-time dictator argued about the legitimacy of the court and even scuffled with guards.

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Saddam's Trial Begins

The trial of Saddam Hussein began Wednesday. CBS News' Lara Logan reports on Saddam's behavior with the judge, and his refusal to recognize the legitimacy of the court.

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Lawyer Discusses Saddam Trial

International criminal attorney Mark Vlasic spoke with Hannah Storm about the charges against Saddam Hussein in a massacre 20 years ago that left 140 people dead.

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Bird Flu Preparations

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports on how some countries are handling their cases of the bird flu, and preparations being made in advance of a possible pandemic.

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Jenkins Interview Preview

Scott Pelley talked to former Sgt. Charles Jenkins about his defection to North Korea and his escape from the country almost forty years later.

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39 Years, 6 Months, 4 Days

Former U.S. Army Sgt. Charles Jenkins shares his story of defecting from the military in 1965 and living for almost four decades before escaping. Scott Pelley reports.

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MarketWatch

The top business stories include profit and earnings reports from several tech companies, inflation fears, and the cooling housing market. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Worrisome Wilma, a defiant Saddam and keeping a memory alive.

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HealthWatch

The top health stories include a global network of stem cells for scientists, the risks of obesity surgery, and a genetic mutation that can causes breast cancer. Melissa McDermott reports.

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Riots and 'New Racism'

Roy Innis, national chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality discusses what he calls "the new racism" with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Another Flu Vaccine Shortage

Elizabeth Kaledin reports that the company responsible for providing flu vaccine won?t be able to ship as much as hoped. Also, businesses are cropping up to take advantage of bird flu fears.

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HealthWatch

The top health stories include a U.S. flu vaccine shortfall, the European response to the bird flu, and a study about the use of sleep medication among young adults. Melissa McDermott reports.

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