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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Prepping For Bird Flu

Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discussed the likelihood of the avian flu spreading and precautions that are being taken to prevent it.

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Report- Cheney Passed CIA Name

As President Bush faces heat over his next move in the CIA leak case, The New York Times reported that an aide learned the name of the agent from Vice President Cheney. Bill Plante reports.

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Rosa Parks Dies At 92

Rosa Parks, the woman who refused to give up her seat on a bus for a white man, died at age 92. Her act of defiance sparked the civil rights movement. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Woes Of The White House

David Gergen, former presidential adviser and editor-at-large of U.S. News and World Report, commented on the controversy surrounding President Bush's top adviser, Karl Rove, in the CIA leak probe.

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Small Town Suffering

Rural America is facing a disproportionate amount of casualties in the Iraq war. On the day when the 2,000th military death was announced, David Martin visited one small town in mourning.

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Cheney Trail In CIA Leak Case

The New York Times reports that Vice President Cheney may have identified a covert CIA operative to his chief of staff. As John Roberts reports, the revelation is unwelcome news for the White House.

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Modern Day 'Minutemen'

A controversial, volunteer-based organization that patrols the Mexican border in search of illegal immigrants is trying to expand its realm. Lee Cowan reports.

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The Soul Of Civil Rights

One of the most famous icons of the civil rights movement has died. Byron Pitts reports on the enduring legacy of Rosa Parks, the woman who took a stand by refusing to give up her seat on the bus.

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Somber Milestone In Iraq

The U.S. military death toll in the Iraq war has reached 2,000. The grim news came from the Pentagon after a U.S. soldier who was previously wounded died at a Texas hospital. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Iraqi Constitution Backlash

In Iraq, the ballots have been counted and the country's constitution has been adopted. But it's not what all Iraqis wanted and insurgents reacted violently. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Rosa Parks? Bus Restored

In Dearborn, Mich., people were coming to see the restored bus that was the historic site of Rosa Parks' defining moment. Christy McDonald of WXYZ reports.

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Remembering Rosa Parks

Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, Rep. John Conyers Jr. and Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. commented on the late Rosa Park's historic act, which served as a pivotal moment in America's Civil Rights movement.

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Rosa Parks Dead At 92

Manuel Gallegus reports on the woman who dared to defy authority and changed the course of the civil rights movement.

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Patriots Or Vigilantes?

Web Exclusive: Lee Cowan reports from an intersection outside Houston, where migrant workers gather to look for day jobs. A group called the Minutemen is hoping to highlight their presence.

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Bush Taps Bernanke For Fed

CBS News RAW: President Bush nominated his chief White House economic advisor Ben Bernanke to succeed Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

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