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Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Suicide Bombing In Kirkuk

CBS News RAW: A suicide attacker in Kirkuk, Iraq, detonated explosives hidden beneath his clothes while lunging at a police patrol truck. The attack also wounded the city's police commander.

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Dems Shutdown The Senate

Democrats say the there should have been an investigation into whether intelligence that led to the war in Iraq was manipulated by the administration and have closed the Senate. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Paying For Flu Protection

CBS News RAW: President Bush announced his plan to ask Congress for $1.2 billion for enough vaccine to protect 20 million Americans against a strain of bird flu.

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Alito Confirmation Hearing

Web Exclusive: Meg Oliver reports on the issues concerning Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, whose stance on abortion is a major concern of Democrats.

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Bush Lays Out Bird Flu Plan

John Roberts reports that the president has proposed a $7.1 billion program to detect and respond to any human outbreak of bird flu in the United States.

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Fireworks In The Senate

In a bold move that infuriated Republicans, Democratic Leader Harry Reid moved the Senate into closed session to discuss the investigations into pre-war assessments on Iraq. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Alito To Face Heavy Scrutiny

While his qualifications seem clear, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito will likely face intense questioning from Democrats and moderate Republicans on his judicial philosophy. Gloria Borger has more.

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Poultry Protection

Elizabeth Kaledin reports from a poultry lab farm shrouded in secrecy, where strong precautions are being taken to help protect the multi-billion dollar industry from bird flu.

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The Third Rail Of Tax Politics

Homeowners have been using a tax break on mortgage interest for nearly a century. But as Bob Orr reports, President Bush?s tax reform advisory panel wants to end the policy.

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Setback In Pakistan Relief

A U.S. military helicopter that was part of an earthquake relief effort reported being fired upon. As David Martin reports, Pakistani officials insist that that the aircraft was not attacked.

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Overcoming Segregation

Trish Regan spoke to a Virginia man who cultivated a successful career for himself after his school chose to shut down rather than be forced to integrate in 1959. He?s now set to finish his education.

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Medical Minute

Elizabeth Kaledin reports on President Bush's new plan to fight the bird flu virus, the pros and cons of child care, and a new "edible" seasonal allergy deterrent created by Japanese scientists.

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Bush Lays Out Bird Flu Plan

President Bush has proposed a multi-billion dollar plan to fight a potential bird flu pandemic. Scientists warn that the disease could mutate and spread rapidly among humans. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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HealthWatch

Steve Dunlop reports on the unveiling of President Bush's plan to fight the bird flu, a study linking soy and low cholesterol, and Tylenol?s 50th birthday.

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Judging Alito

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses the legal past and possible future of Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Fireworks in the Senate, poultry protection and the third rail of tax politics.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports on the Federal Reserve's expected interest rate hike, a drug merger, and personal income and spending both rose.

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Judicial Confirmation Fight

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R.-Iowa, and Sen. Dick Durbin, D.-Illinois, both of whom will take part in what is likely to be a contentious hearing for Judge Samuel Alito, discussed the nomination.

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A Bird Flu Battle Plan

Following a background report by Dr. Emily Senay, Harry Smith spoke with Michael Leavitt, the secretary of Health and Human Services, about the government's plan to fight the spread of the bird flu.

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Court Nominee Debate Begins

Conservative supporters of Samuel Alito have already aired commercials on behalf of the Supreme Court nominee as a battle begins over the nomination. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Bush's Bird Flu Blueprint

Web Exclusive: CBS News' John Roberts reports on President Bush's address at the National Institutes of Health, where he outlined his plan for combating a possible Avian flu pandemic.

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New Supreme Court Nominee

Web Exclusive: Gloria Borger reports on President Bush's choice of federal judge Samuel Alito to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court.

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Calls For Apology, New Staff

Last week's indictment of Vice President Cheney's top aide, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, has triggered calls on Capitol Hill for an apology and staff changes. Bill Plante reports.

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Insider's Take On CIA Leak

Harry Smith spoke to Time magazine's Matt Cooper about his role in the CIA leak. Cooper says he thinks the White House was trying to discredit Joseph Wilson.

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