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Monday, October 24, 2005

Hotel Bombing Attack Details

CBS News' Kimberly Dozier offered an eyewitness account of the events that unfolded in Baghdad, Iraq, when three massive bombs exploded outside the Palestine Hotel.

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Explosions At Baghdad Hotel

Huge explosions went off outside the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad where many foreign journalists are housed. Aleen Sirgany reports that this is not the first time that the hotel has come under attack.

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Baghdad Hotel Attacked

CBS News RAW: At least 20 people died when three massive bombs exploded outside the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad. The hotel houses foreign journalists. NO AUDIO.

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Baghdad Bombings Target Hotel

Truck bombs blasted past security walls near hotels where many journalists and contractors live in one of the most secure areas of Baghdad. Kimberly Dozer reports.

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New Chair For Federal Reserve

President Bush named his top economic advisor, Ben Bernanke to replace economic legend Alan Greenspan as the chairman of the Federal Reserve. Anthony Mason reports on who Bernanke is.

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Slipping Into The Country

A "catch and release" policy for non-Mexican illegal immigrants is letting many aliens into the underground U.S. economy. Lee Cowan reports.

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Naples Mayor On Wilma

Bill Barnett, mayor of Naples, Fla., commented on how the city is dealing with Hurricane Wilma.

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A Bird Flu Death In Britain

Britain's first animal bird flu victim has died. The parrot tested positive for a strain of the virus that has killed humans. Britain is the latest European country to report a bird flu case.

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Indictments Loom In CIA Leak

Bill Plante reports that Washington is on edge this week as the nation's capital waits to see whether any White House officials will be indicted for naming an undercover CIA agent.

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Growing Casualties In Iraq

In Iraq, the U.S. military approaches a painful milestone. Nearly 2,000 troops have been killed since the war began. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Path of destruction in Florida, Baghdad bombings target hotel and slipping into the country.

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Specter Defends The Nominee

Sen. Arlen Specter, R-PA, joined "Face The Nation" to defend Harriet Miers as members from both the right and left continue to assail the Supreme Court nominee.

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Sen. Feinstein Discusses Miers

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, spoke about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers and her stance on Roe v. Wade.

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Gingrich On Republican Turmoil

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joined "Face The Nation" to discuss Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers and the crisis inside the White House.

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