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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Sectarian War Worsens In Iraq

In Iraq, five U.S. soldiers were killed in a pair of roadside bombings. Meanwhile, a tit for tat war between Sunnis and Shi'ites is getting worse. Kimberly Dozier has the story.

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Death Row Inmate Debate

Hundreds protested the scheduled execution of a notorious gang leader Saturday. The case of convicted murderer Stanley Tookie Williams has stirred deep emotions on both sides, John Blackstone reports.

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Turkey Flu?

Worried about bird flu? Randall Pinkston reports on why you shouldn't be afraid of the turkey you serve for Thanksgiving.

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Lara Logan On Iraq

Lara Logan talked to Tracy Smith about reporting in Iraq, the lives of ordinary Iraqis, and the morale of the US troops.

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Bush Answers War Critics

President Bush is still fighting a long distance war of words with Democratic critics, but the resolution to withdrawal from Iraq was almost unanimously defeated. Mark Knoller reports.

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Behind Iraq's War Of Words

When it comes to the war in Iraq, the White House has been on the defensive. Now a well-respected Democrat on military matters is calling for a total U.S. troop withdrawal. Bob Schieffer comments.

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Bring The Troops Home?

A leading democratic congressman with close ties to the military says U.S. troops in Iraq have done their duty and should come home. Bill Plante reports that Republicans are calling that surrender.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the death of 12 Japanese children who took Tamiflu; HIV cases among blacks fell 5 percent; Cholesterol-lowering drugs may delay the progression of Alzheimer's.

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