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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Rumsfeld- No Iraq Deadlines

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discussed several issues with the press including the troop levels in Iraq and a possible handover.

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Arnold All Business In China

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke to a group of Chinese businesspeople in Beijing, trying to persuade them to do business with California. Celia Hatton reports.

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Car Bomb Kills 3 In Pakistan

CBS News RAW: A car bomb exploded outside a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Karachi, Pakistan, killing at least three people and injuring 22.

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New Gaza Strip Deal

In a step toward peace in the Middle East, Israel agreed on border crossings in Gaza to allow freer movement for Palestinians.

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Troubles Follow Bush To Asia

President Bush's eight-day trip to Asia begins in Japan. However, reports Susan Roberts, problems stemming from the Iraq war and his low approval ratings are still on his heels.

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Protest In South Korea

CBS News RAW: Thousands of farmers hurled stones and pummeled riot police with wooden sticks in Seoul to protest a deal opening South Korea's rice market.

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Alito Clarifies Abortion View

CBS News RAW: Following a meeting with Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, Sen. Dianne Feinstein said he explained the reason why the judge supported abortion during the Reagan administration.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports that Federal Reserve chairman nominee Ben Bernanke faces Senate committee; Data shows wholesale inflation under control; Koch industries to pay $13B for Georgia Pacific.

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HealthNews

Melissa McDermott reports that enrollment begins for Medicare drug plan; Most people at risk for heart problems don?t take aspirin that could help; Kids who eat out often have higher blood pressure.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Medicare maze, a breath of fresh air and fat and fit?

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Last Christmas At Marshall's

Harry Smith visited Marshall Fields shopping center in Chicago, Ill. The store was bought by Macy's and is celebrating its last Christmas. Smith also spoke with Mayor Richard Daley.

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New Medicare Plan Headache

Thalia Assuras reports that many people are having trouble understanding how to sign up for the new Medicare drug prescription plan.

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Alito Opposed Abortion, Quotas

Judge Samuel Alito will face tough questions about many of his views, especially on abortion. Gloria Borger reports on new documents released from his time with the Regan administration.

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Medicare Enrollment Begins

Enrollment has started for a new Medicare prescription drug benefit. AARP's director of health strategies, Cheryl Matheis, offers advice on how to enroll.

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Slow Recovery Near New Orleans

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports from St. Bernard Parish, where officials couldn't wait for aid from the federal government to start rebuilding schools for their students.

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Bush's Rating Hits Record Low

A recent poll shows President Bush's approval rating is at an all-time low. Dan Bartlett, counselor to the President, discussed several issues such as the Iraq war and the CIA leak investigation.

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Concern Over Bush's Ratings

Several new polls show that the president's approval rating is still at its lowest point ever. Members of his own party are growing concerned as the president heads to Asia. Thalia Assuras reports.

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