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Thursday, November 3, 2005

D.C. Soap Opera Picks Up Steam

I. Lewis ?Scooter? Libby, Vice President Cheney?s former chief of staff, pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from the CIA leak case. Jim Stewart reports on the ongoing political fallout.

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White House Whispers

Tensions are rising among President Bush?s staff members, as the White House continues to face scrutiny over press secretary Scott McClellan?s past comments on the CIA leak. Gloria Borger reports.

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Brown Scrutinized Over E-Mails

Former FEMA director Mike Brown is facing renewed criticism after congressional investigators released embarrassing e-mails he sent during the Katrina disaster. Bob Orr has more on their contents.

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Arnold And Special Interests

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has repeatedly vowed that he is not beholden to special interests. But as Vince Gonzales reports, some critics claim that Schwarzenegger is simply acting.

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Bradley's Reporter's Notebook

Web Exclusive: Ed Bradley talks about interviewing Neil Armstrong, and what the former astronaut thinks about the president's proposal for a manned mission to Mars.

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Gulf War Memoir On Big Screen

The film "Jarhead," based on the best-selling book, tells the story of a young marine's journey during the U.S. defense of Kuwait against an Iraqi invasion. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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HealthWatch

Steve Dunlop reports that shortness of breath may be a sign of heart problems; Prices for prescriptions rose at twice the rate of inflation; China and the U.S. are joining forces to fight bird flu.

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Lewis Libby Pleads Not Guilty

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Jim Stewart reports that Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, has pleaded not guilty to charges in a CIA leak case.

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Woman Helps War-Wounded Kids

With little money and no political connections, Elissa Montanti found a cause worthy of her passion: helping kids wounded by war. In "Heroes Among Us," Harry Smith profiles her efforts.

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Report- Levees Inadequate

Is New Orleans prepared for the next big storm? The answer is "no" according to new findings that suggest the city's rebuilt levees are not strong enough. Trish Regan reports.

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Jimmy Carter- U.S. In Crisis

Former president Jimmy Carter says there is a moral crisis in America, which he discusses in his book, "Our Endangered Values." He also spoke with Rene Syler about the war in Iraq.

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Mourners Say Goodbye To Parks

Civil rights icon Rosa Parks was laid to rest after a star-studded gathering of celebrities and politicians paid their respects in Detroit. Byron Pitts reports.

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Royal Couple Visits D.C.

Before Camilla Parker Bowles' speech at the National Institute of Health about osteoporosis, she and Prince Charles visited President Bush and his wife, Laura, at the White House. Tracy Smith reports.

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Top Al Qaeda Suspect Captured

Mustafa Setnarian Nasar, a top al Qaeda operative, has been arrested in Pakistan. Mark Philips reports that officials believe Nasar played a role in the Madrid train bombings.

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Saying Goodbye To Rosa Parks

More than 25,000 people paid their final respects to Rosa Parks, and even more are expected to turn out for her funeral. Byron Pitts reports on the civil rights icon's final journey.

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Reforming The Tax Code

Ray Martin discusses the proposals of a presidential panel that would eliminate many of the tax breaks people have come to expect, including the mortgage interest deduction.

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Analysis Of Senate Fight

CBS Evening News anchor Bob Schieffer offered analysis of the Senate Democrats move to call for a rare closed door session that infuriated Republicans.

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