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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Bush Voters Show Their Support

With recent polls showing President Bush's approval rating hovering around 40 percent, many voters still believe that he is doing a good job. John Roberts reports.

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Iraqis Are Weary Of Violence

As Iraq endured another day of deadly violence in and around Baghdad, the psychological toll is building on Iraqis who are sick of the fighting and bloodshed. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Honoring Rosa Parks

It's a first in Congress - a woman lying in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. It is a fitting tribute to Rosa Parks, an activist from Alabama, who had the courage to say no. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Specter's View On Next Nominee

John Roberts spoke with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., about the kind of person he would like President Bush to nominate to the Supreme Court.

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Bush's Next Nominee, Take Two

Around the Beltway, everyone wants to know who President Bush will select as the next nominee to replace his previous choice and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court. Joie Chen reports.

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Senators Assess CIA Leak Case

Speaking about the CIA Leak investigation on "Face The Nation," both Senator Lindsey Graham, R-SC, and Senator Charles Schumer, D-NY, said the White house should conduct its own investigation.

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In Joe Wilson's Own Words

In an exclusive "60 Minutes" interview, Ed Bradley spoke with former ambassador Joe Wilson about the CIA leak case that exposed his wife, Valerie Plame.

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Prince Charles On Politics

Prince Charles talked about walking the fine line of staying out of politics, while still addressing issues that he feels are being neglected.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports about the Federal Reserve's next possible decision on interest rates and the unemployment report for the month of October.

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What Indictments May Mean

Tracy Smith talked to Early Show political analyst and Congressional Quarterly columnist Craig Crawford about what the indictments will mean for the Bush administration.

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Rove's Case Unresolved

While Dick Cheney's chief of staff has been indicted for allegedly lying to a grand jury investigating the CIA leak, Karl Rove has remained free of charges.

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Reeling White House

The indictment of Lewis Libby capped off a week of tough hits for the White House, including the botched Supreme Court nomination of Harriett Miers and more bad news from Iraq. Joie Chen reports.

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