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Thursday, October 27, 2005

Sat. Spotlight- A.J. Holloway

A.J. Holloway made some wise decisions as mayor of Biloxi, Mississippi before Hurricane Katrina. Not only did the mayor draw casinos to the declining gulf city, he also insured them.

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Medicare's New Medication Plan

Cheryl Matheis, AARP's director of health strategies, explained Medicare Part D, a new plan designed to help 41 million seniors pay for their medications starting Nov. 15.

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Supporting Breast Cancer

The folks at White House | Black Market are selling a pink ribbon charm watch and matching key-chain, the proceeds of which benefit the organization Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

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The State Of The Economy

Vera Gibbons from Kiplinger's Personal Finance discussed the state of the economy ? including the housing market and gas prices ? with Harry Smith of "The Early Show."

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Clock Ticking For White House

A grand jury has until tomorrow to decide whether criminal charges should be filed against several key White House officials in the CIA leak investigation. Bill Plante reports.

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President To Visit Florida

President Bush will visit southern Florida where there are shortages of food and fuel, and 4 million people are without power. Trish Regan reports.

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The Nightmare After Wilma

Mayor Kristin Jacobs of Broward County spoke with Julie Chen about the frustration her constituents are facing as they wait in long lines for necessities such as food, water and fuel.

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Fighting Illegal Immigration

Claiming illegal immigrants drive up government costs, one Idaho county is suing agriculture companies that hire illegal workers, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Gillespie Weighs in On Miers

Web Exclusive: John Roberts spoke with former RNC Chairman and current White House advisor Ed Gillespie about the withdrawal of Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court.

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High Court Nominee Bows Out

Harriet Miers' nomination to the Supreme Court has been withdrawn. As Aleen Sirgany reports, Miers said that her decision was not the result of criticism from conservatives, as some have speculated.

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Miers' Withdrawal Decision

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Bill Plante reports from the White House on President Bush?s reaction to Harriet Miers? request to have her nomination to the Supreme Court be withdrawn.

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Analysis Of Miers Withdrawal

Political analyst Gloria Borger spoke with Harry Smith about the withdrawal of Harriet Miers' nomination to the Supreme Court and what President Bush's next move might be.

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Awaiting Charges In CIA Leak

The word around Washington is that indictments involving two senior White House officials ? I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby and Karl Rove ? are forthcoming from the grand jury. Meg Oliver reports.

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Immigration Crusade

Web Exclusive: Thalia Assuras spoke to a police officer and a member of an anti-hate group about the controversy surrounding Robert Vasquez's crusade against illegal immigration in Idaho.

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Miers Nomination Withdrawn

President Bush reluctantly accepted Harriet Miers' request that her Supreme Court nomination be withdrawn. There is no word as to whom the president will select to replace Miers. Bill Plante reports.

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White Sox Players Celebrate

CBS News RAW: The Chicago White Sox celebrated inside their locker room following their World Series victory on Oct. 26. Teammates Frank Thomas and Aaron Rowan commented.

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Peace Mom Back In Washington

CBS News RAW: Cindy Sheehan and her supporters have planned a multi-day demonstration outside the White House. They will protest the war in Iraq and demand that the troops be brought home.

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U.S. Death Toll In Iraq

Web Exclusive: Kimberly Dozier reports from Iraq on the controversy surrounding the death toll of U.S. soldiers, which has reached 2,000.

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Deadly Bombing In Israel

A suicide bomber blew himself up in a market, sending shrapnel and body parts in all directions. Islamic Jihad says the act was to avenge the killing of its West Bank leader, David Hawkins reports.

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