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Friday, November 18, 2005

Our Traveling President

President Bush spends an awful lot of time away from the White House and Andy Rooney wonders if the executive mansion could be turned into a B&B when the president is away.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Iraq bombs aim at Westerners, the truth behind Tamiflu and eating with Bill Clinton.

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Clinton On Health

Web Exclusive: CBS News correspondent Mika Brzezinski talks with former president Bill Clinton about growing up overweight, changing children's eating habits and eating healthier.

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Westerners Attacked Again

Web Exclusive: Kimberly Dozier has the latest on the suicide bombings that shook Iraq.

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Suicide Bombers Caught On Tape

At least 74 people were killed when suicide bombers attacked mosques in eastern Iraq and a hotel housing journalists in Baghdad. A massive explosion was caught on tape. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Ex-Detainee- Close Guantanamo

CBS News RAW: At an Amnesty International news conference, Moazzam Begg, who was held at Guantanamo for three years without charge, said "Guantanamo must be shut down."

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No Let-Up In Iraq Debate

The argument over the war in Iraq got more heated Friday as top White House officials voiced their opinion. And, Aleen Sirgany reports, more violence in Iraq leaves dozens dead.

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Anti-APEC, Anti-Bush Protest

CBS News RAW: About 4,000 people took part in protests near the venue for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in South Korea.

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Deadly Bombing In Iraq

Suicide bombers killed 65 worshippers at a mosque in eastern Iraq. Also, CBS News' Susan Roberts reports, two car bombs in Baghdad destroyed a blast wall protecting a hotel housing journalists.

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Iraq Explosion On Tape

CBS News RAW: Two car bombs detonated in a central Baghdad residential neighborhood this morning. Officials say at least eight people were killed and 43 were injured.

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Iraq Bombs Aim At Westerners

As walk-in bombers killed dozens in mosque attacks, truck bombers took aim at a hotel where foreign journalists live. Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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Plotting Troop Withdrawal

The top U.S. commander in Iraq has submitted a plan to President Bush that calls for the withdrawal of a quarter of American combat forces from Iraq, David Martin reports.

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War Of Words

When hawkish Democratic Rep. John Murtha advocated troop withdrawal from Iraq, he sparked a war of words in Washington. Bob Orr reports on the fallout and gives you the highlights.

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Eating With Bill Clinton

On day five of her road tour, Mika Brzezinski spoke with former President Bill Clinton about a growing health problem striking America: childhood obesity. Mr. Clinton explains his ideas to curb it.

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War Of Words On Iraq

A respected Democratic congressman's call to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq has led to a further escalation of back and forth rhetoric in Washington. John Roberts has more.

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Iranian Influence In Iraq?

U.S. officials have told CBS News that Iranian-backed militias with government connections have been running death squads in Iraq. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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China Responds To Bird Flu

Bird flu in China has claimed its first human fatality. As Barry Petersen reports, the Chinese government is taking major steps to combat the disease.

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