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Monday, November 7, 2005

Embattled Bush Headed Home

Web Exclusive: Thalia Assuras reports from Panama, where President Bush?s trip is being overshadowed by controversies back in Washington.

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Where Is Bin Laden?

He hasn't been heard from in 10 months and hasn't been seen in more than a year. The mystery of bin Laden still eludes the U.S. military, and Jim Stewart has the latest.

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Bush Opposes Torture Ban Bill

While traveling through Latin America, President Bush said the U.S. does not torture its terrorist suspects. However, John Roberts reports, he said he opposes legislation to outlaw it in all cases.

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Danger In The Mountains

Some victims of the earthquake in Pakistan are so high in the mountains that they are only reachable by mule. Mark Phillips went along on a trek.

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President On Secret Prisons

CBS News RAW: During press conference in Panama, President Bush commented on the CIA's use of secret prisons, making mention of "an enemy that lurks and plots and wants to hurt America."

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Money Watch

Alexis Christoforous has the latest business news, including the Fed's report on consumer credit and advice for buying electronics during the holiday season.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Escalating violence in Paris, France; How mule teams are helping in Pakistan's earthquake relief efforts; Children's knowledge about cigarettes and alcohol.

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Assessing Intelligence & Alito

Senators Dick Durbin, D-Ill., Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Pat Roberts, R-Kan., joined "Face The Nation" to discuss the Iraq pre-war intelligence and Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.

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Iraq's Perilous Airport Road

60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan spent two weeks with the defenders of Baghdad's airport road, also known as the most-dangerous roadway in the world.

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Facing Heat At Home & Abroad

In an effort to improve the U.S. image in Latin America, President Bush visited Brazil to help promote democracy. However, his image continues to face a beating back in D.C. John Roberts reports.

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