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Thursday, October 20, 2005

MoneyWatch

The top business stories include an economic report that shows moderate growth, the booming home market, and soaring orange juice futures. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Violence Marks Saddam Trial

As Saddam Hussein's trial opened, deadly violence reared its head in Iraq. Officials say four American soldiers were killed in attacks. Lara Logan reports.

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Punta Gorda Braces For Wilma

The southwest Florida city of Punta Gorda is still recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Charley. Harry Smith spoke with Stephen Fabian, the city's mayor, about Hurricane Wilma.

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Bush Defends Nominee Miers

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers during an appearance with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. Miers is facing criticism from both sides of the aisle.

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Bush On Palestinian State

CBS News RAW: President Bush welcomed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to the White House for the second time and commented on their relations with Israel.

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AP- Rove, Libby Named Agent

The Associated Press is reporting that White House staff aides Karl Rove and I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby discussed the name of CIA operative Valerie Plame with reporters before it was leaked.

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Senators- Miers Info Lacking

A questionnaire filled out by Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers was unacceptable for members of Congress who requested more information about her background.

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'A Systematic Failure'

CBS News RAW: The only FEMA official who was in New Orleans before Hurricane Katrina struck testified before Congress that his dire warnings about the worsening situation went unheeded.

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Rangers Discover Frozen Airman

At Kings Canyon National Park, rangers unearthed what they believe is a frozen World War II airman who may have died in a crash more than 60 years ago. Teri Okita reports.

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Body Found In Glacier

CBS News RAW: Rangers in Kings Canyon National Park and a military recovery expert discovered a corpse that is believed to be a World War II airman who died in a 1942 plane crash.

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Honor Vs. Exploitation

Some say military recruiters exploit low-income students. But at least one young man doesn't feel preyed upon, he feels proud. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Los Angeles.

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A Defiant Saddam

Saddam Hussein intended to hijack his court proceedings, ranting that he did not recognize the authority of the court and that he remained president of Iraq. Lara Logan reports.

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Keeping A Memory Alive

Continuing her tour of the home front, Sharyn Alfonsi reports on one mom who is running the Marine Corps Marathon in memory of a Marine she never knew.

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Running On Home Front

Sharyn Alfonsi travels to Phoenix to visit with a woman who is running a marathon on behalf of soldiers killed in Iraq.

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