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Monday, November 14, 2005

Al Qaeda Tips Its Hand

When al Qaeda claimed the Jordan bombings, it announced that four suicide bombers had been sent ? but only three bombs detonated. David Hawkins reports that the fourth was then caught and confessed.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Bomber confesses and roadside temptations.

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MoneyWatch

Profit report cards expected from Ann Taylor, Gap, Home Depot, and more to give clues on state of the economy; Reports on inflation at wholesale and retail levels; Oil prices dropped more than $13.

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FAA Floats New Fuel Tank Rule

Bob Orr reports on the new Federal Aviation Administration rule to reduce fuel tank explosions like the one that downed TWA Flight 800 nine years ago.

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N.Y. Subway's Anti-Terror Tool

To avoid meddlesome bag searches, the New York Police Department is utilizing a new tool to prevent terrorists from getting on the subway. Brendan Keefe from CBS affiliate WCBS reports.

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Alito On Abortion

CBS News political analyst Gloria Borger reports on documents in which Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito discusses his views on abortion.

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Bomber Confession

CBS News correspondent David Hawkins reports that Jordanian State Television has broadcast part of the confession of one of the suicide bombers: the sister of Zarqawi's right hand man.

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Bush To Discuss Trade, Flu

President Bush set off on an eight-day trip in Asia to discuss trade and protection from the bird flu. His critics at home, though, continue to take shots at him over the war. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Rice Visits Jordan

CBS News RAW: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with King Abdullah in Jordan and visited one of the hotel's that was attacked by suicide bombers last week.

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Hughes Visits Quake Survivors

CBS News RAW: U.S. Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy Karen Hughes visited a tent camp in Muzaffarabad, a Pakistani-controlled Kashmir city devastated by the earthquake.

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Clintons Visit Bombing Victims

CBS News RAW: Former President Bill Clinton, Senator Hillary Clinton and their daughter, Chelsea, visited people who were wounded in the terrorist attacks on hotels in Amman, Jordan.

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Arnold Begins Tour Of China

CBS News RAW: Arnold Schwarzenegger, the millionaire movie star and governor of California, arrived in Beijing to start a six-day mission to promote Californian products.

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Traveling Safely With Kids

After dramatic footage of a woman and her baby who narrowly avoided tragedy on the subway in South Korea, consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen has some tips for concerned parents.

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New Motivation For Al Qaeda?

Web Exclusive: Susan Roberts reports that the capture of an Iraqi woman who attempted to become the fourth suicide bomber in Jordan last week could motivate al Qaeda to try more attacks.

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Abortion Questions

Twenty years ago, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito said women don't have a Constitutional right to abortion. Gloria Borger reports.

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Image Control

The "new China" has new problems, with often violent and sometimes deadly protests a daily occurrence. Barry Petersen reports.

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Caught And Released?

David Martin looks at how one of the Amman bombers might have slipped out of the hands of the U.S. military in Iraq last year.

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Treasures Lost From The Storm

Thousands of Hurricane Katrina survivors fled New Orleans with little more than the clothes on their back. But they also left behind memories that can never be replaced. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Health Crisis In Kashmir

With winter rapidly approaching the earthquake ravaged region of Kashmir, officials are concerned about the burgeoning health crisis developing in crowded camps for survivors. Mark Phillips reports.

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Seniors Baffled By New Plan

Starting Tuesday, senior citizens are eligible for the new Medicare prescription drug benefit. However, the variety of plans is causing confusion rather than comfort. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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