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Thursday, November 17, 2005

Democrat Blasts White House

CBS News RAW: Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., blasted the Bush Administration, blaming increased terrorism on administration policies, and called for immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.

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War Of Words Over Iraq

The war in Iraq is stirring a major war of words on Capitol Hill between Democrats and Republicans about pre-war intelligence. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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War Of Words On Iraq

As U.S. troops wage war in the Middle East, Democrats and the Bush administration are exchanging heated words over the pre-war intelligence over the Iraq war. Susan Roberts reports.

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Telling Iraqi Friend From Foe

Web Exclusive: Kimberly Dozier reports on Iranian-backed militia groups that U.S. commanders believe are operating within the Iraqi government and contributing to factional strife.

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Dancing Traffic Cop

Drivers making their way through the clogged streets of the West Bank city of Ramallah are often surprised by Officer Raed Ismain Abu Awad, who has been using unique hand signals for 10 years.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: War of words on Iraq, China responds to bird flu and the raw food diet.

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I-Gaming

Coming up on 60 Minutes: Internet gambling is illegal in the United States, yet is is thriving. Lesley Stahl reports.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the first human cases of bird flu in China, the drawbacks of drinking decaffeinated coffee and the need for senior citizens to start taking more Vitamin D.

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'The Early Show' Online

Thursday's stories: A visit to Essex, Mass., the birthplace of the fried clam; The story of a father who found a new career because of the Iraq war; Renowned guitarist Carlos Santana performs.

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MoneyWatch

Scott Rapoport reports on investor outlook for the major U.S. automobile makers and the latest government figures on new home construction.

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Protecting Your Teen Online

Since the murder of a couple in Lititz, Pa., parents nationwide are raising concerns about the Internet. Experts discuss what parents can do to limit the risks their children face online.

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War Brings Father New Career

Today's "My New Life" profile is on a man who started a new career after his son was shipped to Iraq. Their unusual story actually ends where it began ? in a classroom in Oxford, N.C.

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VP Fires Back At War Critics

In a speech last night, Vice President Dick Cheney took on democratic senators who say the Bush administration manipulated pre-war intelligence. Bill Plante reports.

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American Girl Doll Controversy

American Girl dolls have become the fascination of little girls everywhere. But why is the anti-abortion movement boycotting the makers? Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Senate Demands Iraq Exit Plan

The Republican-controlled Senate passed a vote calling on the Bush administration to provide a clear exit strategy. Political analyst Gloria Borger reports.

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Bush Visits South Korea

President Bush is using his Asian trip to put pressure on China, but back home the Senate is pressuring him for an exit strategy for Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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