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Sunday, November 6, 2005

Arnold Faces Tough Ballot Test

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made a final push for several of his ballot proposals in anticipation of a special election fight with some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Controlling The Paris Rioters

As riots rage in Paris for an 11th straight night, government officials are warning rioters that those responsible will be arrested and punished. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Rare Find In An Unholy Site

Israeli archaeologists have discovered what may be the oldest Christian church, but the historic find is in a rather awkward location. David Hawkins reports.

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The Woman Behind Rosa Parks

The world knows about Rosa Parks' impact on the civil rights movement, but she may have become a virtual unknown if it weren?t for another Alabama woman. Michelle Miller reports.

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Kashmir Border To Reopen

CBS News RAW: An accord was reached between India and Pakistan to open the border between five crossing points in divided Kashmir so relief goods can be exchanged.

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Angry Protesters Greet Bush

CBS News RAW: On his first trip to Brazil, President Bush visited with President Lula da Silva to improve America?s image in Latin America. However, his visit was met by angry protesters.

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Clinton On Hillary 2008, Rabin

Bill Clinton, during an interview with Israel's Channel 2, spoke about his wife's possible 2008 presidential run and the Mideast peace process that was derailed when Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated.

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Battle Over Intelligent Design

The ACLU is suing the Dover, Pennsylvania, school board for forcing students to learn about intelligent design. Russ Mitchell talked to ACLU president Nadine Strossen and Rev. Jerry Falwell.

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Bush Leaves Rocky Summit

President Bush moved on to Brazil today, as anti-U.S. protests at the America's Summit continued in Argentina. Bush left without a deal on free trade, at least for now. John Roberts reports.

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NATO Trains Iraqi Army

NATO has started training officers in the new Iraqi army, reversing a policy put in place by the U.S. in 2003 banning officers who had served Saddam. Allen Pizzey reports.

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