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Monday, November 21, 2005

More Back And Forth On Iraq

The White House backed off on its personal attacks on critics of Iraq policy, but the vice president lashed out in the strongest language yet at some of the critics' statements. Gloria Borger reports.

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'Tough Medicine' For GM

General Motors announced it will eliminate 30,000 jobs over the next two years. As Anthony Mason reports, the announcement is bad news for the workforce and puts a tremendous strain on GM's CEO.

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Shoes Built For Jumping Border

Artist-activist Judi Werthein designed sneakers for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexican border. They have a compass and a map among other features. Jamie Garza of CBS stations KCBS/KCAL reports.

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Glimpse Of Clinton Library

CBS News RAW: A glimpse of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library.

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Sharon Wants New Party

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has broken away from his hardline party and is now looking to appeal to moderates, reports CBS News correspondent David Hawkins.

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Al-Zarqawi Thought To Be Alive

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports from Iraq on a U.S. raid on a house holding eight suspected al Qaeda members, one of whom was briefly thought to be Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

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No Retreat In Iraq Debate

As President Bush returns from Asia, the battle in Washington over Iraq policy continues. Meanwhile, the violence in that country continues with three more civilian deaths. Meg Oliver reports.

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Cheney Sounds Softer Note

CBS News RAW: In a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, Vice President Cheney defended the administration's stance on Iraq but said that dissenters had a right to voice their arguments.

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Bush Returns From Asia

Web Exclusive: Susan Roberts reports on President Bush's return to Washington after his trip to Asia yielded few concrete accomplishments. The president faces continued criticism on Iraq.

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Hostility On The Hill

While Republicans and Democrats have long been at odds on policy issues, the war of words on Iraq has heated up to another level of bitterness on Capitol Hill. Gloria Borger reports.

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Al-Zarqawi Still At Large?

There was brief speculation on the part of U.S. officials that top terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was among those killed during a weekend raid in Mosul, Iraq. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Iraq Policy Battle Rages On

As the war continues on the ground, the war of words in Washington over Iraq policy continues to rage on. Thalia Assuras reports.

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GM To Cut 30,000 Jobs

General Motors says it will cut 30,000 jobs in North America by 2008. Nine assembly, stamping and power train facilities will close as the world's largest automaker works to cut costs by $1 billion.

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Call Of Duty 2

To quote Fallout 2, war never changes. But we seem to be getting a lot of new games about war. Call of Duty 2 is one of the better titles.

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Staithairn As Murrow

In a scene from "Good Night, And Good Luck," David Strathairn as Edward R. Murrow goes on the air with a report about a U.S. military man whose career may have been ruined by anti-communist hysteria.

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Earlier Our Senator Asked

Excerpts from the "Good Night, And Good Luck" film starring CBS journalist David Strathairn as Edward R. Murrow. The scene is "Earlier Our Senator Asked."

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Med Day

Melissa McDermott has the latest medical news, including findings on the anti-viral drug Tamiflu, efforts to ensure the safety of Thanksgiving turkeys and a new campaign against underage drinking.

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Senators Discuss The Iraq War

Two key members of the Foreign Relations Committee, Senators Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Chris Dodd, D-Conn., discussed the war in Iraq and the Capitol Hill uproar that has sparked a heated debate.

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Rumsfeld Defends Iraq War

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discussed the partisan fight over the Iraq war and the "coward" comments made by Rep. Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio, about Rep. John Murtha, D-Penn.

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Bush Addresses Iraq War Debate

CBS News RAW: From Beijing, China, President Bush addressed the politics surrounding the heated debate in Capitol Hill over the Iraq war.

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