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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Beware Of High APRs

Many Americans accumulate enormous debt because of credit card balances and high interest rates. Alexis Christoforous reports on what you need to know to reduce your debt and improve your credit.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports on home prices and mortgage rates, Boeing's newer and better 747, the Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke's policy stance and the upcoming inflation report.

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Proclaiming Values

Web Exclusive: CBS News correspondent Sandra Hughes talks with Reverend J. Edwin Bacon of the All Saints Episcopal Church about the IRS' recent investigation into church sermons.

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New Airline Safety Concern

A new report reveals that the government is not doing all it can to keep passengers safe when flying. The report cites problems when loading commercial cargo onto planes. Jennifer miller has more.

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Grizzlies- Safe Or Endangered?

The government says efforts to save the grizzly bear have worked and it is time to take it off the endangered species list. However, John Blackstone reports, some say it's too soon.

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'Their Abu Ghraib'

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier reports that American forces have learned of a large prison complex in Iraq containing torture victims and terror suspects.

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Taste Of Hollywood In Beijing

California's first couple brought a touch of glitz to China today as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger continued his effort to create more business for his state. Celia Hatton reports.

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Zarqawi Unwelcome In Hometown

Web Exclusive: David Hawkins reports from the Jordanian city of Zarqa, the hometown of Iraq's militant leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who is now persona non grata to many Jordanians.

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Armored Vehicles Attacked

CBS News RAW: Raw footage from a U.S. military armor convoy under attack in Baghdad, Iraq.

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Bush Pushes Agenda In Asia

President Bush pressed forward with his agenda for more freedoms in China and prevention of the bird flu during his trip to Asia. Susan Roberts reports.

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The IRS Goes To Church

After one reverend preached a politically-minded sermon, the IRS threatened that its tax-exempt status was in jeopardy. As Sandra Hughes reports, some have questioned the investigation?s motive.

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Iraqi Government On Edge

The gruesome discovery of scores of tortured, starving prisoners has dealt another setback to the effort to gain stability in Iraq. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Bush Skeptical On North Korea

The White House is proceeding with caution on North Korea?s pledge that it will dismantle its nuclear weapons program. John Roberts reports on the diplomatic chess game in Asia.

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Medicare Maze

Many senior citizens are confused about the new Medicare drug plan, which offers an array of premiums, deductibles, co-pays and coverage options. Sharyn Alfonsi has more.

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Senate Demands Answers On Iraq

An overwhelming majority of the Senate signaled to the White House that it is losing patience with the direction of the war. As Gloria Borger reports, the resolution calls for a clear exit strategy.

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Press Freedom In China

Barry Petersen reports the Chinese government apparently forgot its promise to end press restrictions after it won the 2008 Olympics.

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