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Friday, November 4, 2005

Bush Grilled On CIA Leak

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports on President Bush's handling of questions concerning Karl Rove and other White House woes.

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Bush's Troubled Trip Abroad

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports on President Bush's attendance at an economic summit in Argentina, where he was greeted by protesters, as well as the CIA leak case.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that 75,000 new jobs were created; Oracle's Greg Maffei is leaving the company; Federal government relaxes airport security rules; High fuel prices push up ticket prices.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Questions about Karl Rove follow the president on his trip to South America; soccer is a new form of diplomacy in Iraq; losing a cell phone can cost a lot more than the price of the phone.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Libby's day in court; former FEMA director Michael Brown's emails; California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's special interests.

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HealthWatch

Steve Dunlop reports that Merck won a Vioxx case; Lawmakers want FDA's decision on the morning after pill; FDA is considering whether to allow sales of home a HIV test.

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The Airport Road

Coming Up: 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan talks to the defenders of the Baghdad airport road, known as the most dangerous road in the world.

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First Man On The Moon

Coming up: Neil Armstrong talks to Ed Bradley, in his first-ever television profile, about landing on the moon, his family and dealing with fame.

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Logan's Reporter's Notebook

60 Minute's Lara Logan discusses American troops who patrol a Baghdad highway that is known as the most dangerous road in the world.

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Questions Follow Bush South

There was no rest for President Bush upon leaving Washington. In Argentina he faced tough questions about the CIA leak scandal and American policy there. John Roberts reports with Gloria Borger.

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New Orleans' Eviction Dilemma

The effort to get New Orleans back on its feet is resulting in a new set of dilemmas for landlords and tenants alike. And it is flooding courtrooms with eviction cases, Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Soothing Tension In Iraq

Armed with $30,000 worth of soccer equipment, a patrol of U.S. troops found a new way to fight tensions in Iraq. Now, in places, sounds of play overpower sounds of gunfire. Allen Pizzey reports.

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French Perspective On Terror

Web Exclusive: Sheila MacVicar spoke to French anti-terrorism judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere about the continued risk of international terrorism and the threat from Jihadists in Iraq.

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Targeting The Cuban Market

Web Exclusive: Nebraska Gov. David Heineman and others witness the signing of a $30 million contract to export agricultural products to Cuba. CBS News producer Portia Siegelbaum reports.

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Royals Focus On Bond With U.S.

The royal couple started their day with a visit to the World War II Memorial in Washington. They're now off to New Orleans to view damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Treated Like Royalty

After visiting an urban boarding school in Washington, D.C., Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles headlined a dinner hosted by President Bush and the first lady. Michael Weber reports.

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Libby Pleads Not Guilty

Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff pled not guilty to charges in the CIA leak scandal. As Aleen Sirgany reports, Lewis Libby's old boss may be called to testify.

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Shootout Nabs Terror Suspect

Web Exclusive: Mark Phillips reports from Islamabad on Pakistan authorities' claims to have captured a top al Qaeda suspect.

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