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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Probing The Prosecutor

He's the man in charge of the CIA leak investigation, but who is Pat Fitzgerald? Jim Axelrod reports on the man who's pursued mob bosses, crooked politicians and Osama bin Laden.

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Sudoku Addiction

Baseball is not the only game some White Sox players and millions of other Americans are obsessed with these days. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Pitchers Relax With Sudoku

Wyatt Andrews talks with Chicago White Sox pitchers Cliff Politte, Neal Cotts, and John Garland about how the Japanese puzzle game sudoku helps them relax before a game.

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Low-Budget Halloween Costumes

There are only a few more days until Halloween. If your child still hasn't decided what to be, Lee Woodruff offered some suggestions that are quick and easy to make.

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Iraq Death Toll Hits 2,000

The war in Iraq claimed the life of its 2,000th soldier since combat began in 2003. President Bush told Americans that more casualties are likely. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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CIA Leak Indictments Expected

The special prosecutor investigating the CIA leak is expected to announce indictments against senior White House officials in the next day or so. Bill Plante reports.

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Cheney's Role In CIA Leak

Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff reportedly first heard Valerie Plame's name from Cheney himself. Democratic strategist James Carville and Republican strategist Ed Rollins commented.

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Milestones In Iraq

CBS News Military Analyst Col. Mitch Mitchell (Ret.) discusses the somber milestone of 2,000 American military deaths in Iraq with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Russia, Chechnya and Terrorism

CBS News Russia Consultant Stephen Cohen discusses terrorism in Russia and the Chechen war with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Murder On Locust Knoll

Jim Barton recalls discovering the body of his wife Vickie, shot execution-style on their farm in rural Warren County, Ohio. Peter Van Sant reports.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Clock ticks in CIA leak probe, deadly bombing in Israel and border terror.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday: Singer Melissa Etheridge spoke about her fight against breast cancer; Tips on how to create a low-budget Halloween costume; The hazards of hidden septic sinkholes in your backyard.

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street eyes oil supplies; Amazon.com says rocky times could be ahead; The IRS has more than 84,000 checks from last year that could not be delivered.

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street reacts to President Bush's choice for Fed chief. Orange juice futures up after Florida's orange groves pounded by Wilma; Insurance company stocks dip as Wilma costs estimated at $6B.

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HealthWatch

China confirms a fresh outbreak of bird flu; Federal officials and Tamiflu are working to boost production of the anti-flu drug; Statin drugs may lower the risk of colon and liver cancer.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Wilma causes extensive damage, small town suffering and modern day ?Minutemen.?

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