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Friday, November 11, 2005

Rice's Surprise Visit In Iraq

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited Iraq, a day after a deadly restaurant bombing in the country. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush Defends War

President Bush defended the decision to invade Iraq while speaking to soldiers at a Veteran's Day rally. John Roberts reports that Bush also hopes to pull up his sagging poll numbers.

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'Murky' Intelligence On Iraq

The Bush administration's claims that there were ties between Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden have been greatly diminished by the CIA and the Senate Intelligence Committee, David Martin reports.

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Rice Stands Pat In Iraq

During a surprise visit to Iraq, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defended her decision to accept pre-war intelligence about Iraq. Rice tells Wyatt Andrews foresight isn't 20/20.

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Jordanians Vent Anger

Still reeling from suicide attacks, Jordanians again expressed outrage against al Qaeda. The terrorist group's plans to win favor with Jordan may backfire, David Hawkins reports.

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Bio-Fuel Savings

All over America, homeowners are looking for ways to beat the high cost of energy. Mika Brzezinski reports on how wood pellets stoves and soybean oil can save some homeowners a bundle.

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Betting On Wood Pellets

Web Exclusive: Wood pellets may be the future of energy, say some entrepreneurs. CBS News correspondent Mika Brzezinski got a tour of one manufacturer?s alternative power source.

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President Bush Thanks Veterans

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed war veterans at the Tobyhanna Military Depot in Pennsylvania, thanking them for their service to the country.

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Will Arnold Be Re-Elected?

Two days after voters rejected his initiatives at the polls, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger faced the music for the political defeat. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Woman Dragged By Subway Train

In South Korea, a subway train dragged a woman as she was boarding the train with her baby. The doors closed on the baby's carriage. Neither she nor the baby were hurt.

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Filmmaker Among Hotel Dead

A prominent filmmaker and his American daughter were among the nearly 60 killed in the hotel terror bombings in Jordan. David Hawkins reports.

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HealthNews

Steve Dunlop reports that the smoking rate fell more than 1.5 percent, the largest drop since the late '80s; Some clinics have run out of flu shots; Not many elderly Americans signing up for Medicare.

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Burning Rage Preview

Coming up on 60 Minutes: Ed Bradley reports on what the FBI says is the biggest domestic terror threat: eco-terrorism. Sunday, 7 p.m. ET/PT

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Aftershock Preview

Coming up on 60 Minutes: Bob Simon introduces us to a group of NYC paramedics who are saving lives in earthquake-ravaged Pakistan. Sunday 7 p.m. ET/PT

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Burning Rage

The FBI says eco-terrorism has become the biggest domestic threat, causing millions in damages. And as Ed Bradley reports, activists talk about stepping up their fight.

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Aftershock

Nearly 90,000 people have already died after an earthquake ravaged Pakistan. Bob Simon joins some extraordinary NYC paramedics who are trying to save lives under extreme conditions.

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Reporter's Notebook- Bradley

Ed Bradley talked about the growing threat of eco-terrorism and the ideology of those involved.

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Reporter's Notebook- Simon

Bob Simon talked about the growing crisis in Pakistan and why the international community appears to be doing so little.

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Secretary Of State In Iraq

As three more troops have been killed in the fighting in Iraq, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gets a first-hand look at how the war is going. Bill Plante reports.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Bush passionately defends war, bio-fuel savings and honoring a fallen son.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Cisco's earnings sank but sales rose; University of Michigan's consumer confidence index; Oil prices fell below $59; Alan Greenspan honored with Medal of Freedom.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Al Qaeda claims Amman attacks, solar solutions and dog of war.

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Life After The White House

Being president is fine and dandy but "60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney thinks that life after the White House might be something to look forward to.

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