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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that stocks were up despite GM's planned plant closings; Microsoft releases highly anticipated XBox 360 at $400; Gas prices fell more than 18 cents in the past two weeks.

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Iraq And Al-Zarqawi

Web Exclusive: Aileen Sirgany reports on the debate between the White House and war critics, a recent mortar attack in Tikrit, and whether Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is alive.

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Carla Gugino's 'Threshold'

Carla Gugino stars in the TV drama "Threshold" as Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey. The drama involves an extra-terrestrial craft attacking a Navy ship in the Atlantic, as Gugino explains on "The Early Show."

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Letterman Pokes Fun At Bush

Anyone who saw President Bush having a tough time with a locked door in China probably had a good laugh. But David Letterman had a field day, using it for his top 10 list.

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Sen. Biden On Iraq, GM Cuts

As the debate over the U.S. presence in Iraq continues, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., who is on the Foreign Relations Committee, entered the fray. He also spoke with Hannah Storm about GM's job cuts.

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Stay The Course Or Retreat?

Since Rep. John Murtha announced his opposition to the war and called for withdrawal of troops from Iraq, a heated debate has consumed both political parties on Capitol Hill. Gloria Borger reports.

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Mortar Attack In Tikrit

In Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit, Iraq, insurgents attacked a handover ceremony of the former dictator's palace complex. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Murky Future For GM

General Motors says it will cut its U.S. workforce by almost a quarter over the next three years. Some say layoffs will not be enough ? they need to make better cars. Anthony Mason reports.

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Mortars Rattle Iraq Ceremony

There was a scare at a U.S. handover ceremony in Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit when insurgents fired mortars at the crowd. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Two Turkeys Will Gobble On

CBS News RAW: President Bush carried out the traditional Thanksgiving turkey pardon when he granted "Marshmallow" and "Yam" immunity from becoming holiday dinners.

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'Dirty Bomb' Suspect Indicted

CBS News RAW: U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announced formal charges against the alleged "dirty bomber" Jose Padilla and four others, who are accused of a terrorist conspiracy.

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Alleged Terror Plotter Charged

Jose Padilla, an American held as an "enemy combatant" for over three years, has been indicted for conspiracy. As Bob Orr reports, the charges mark a change of strategy at the Justice Department.

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Vatican's Gay Priest Policy

The Vatican's new document on homosexual priests was released on the Internet. It allows gays to be ordained only if they have shunned sexual activity for at least three years. Trish Regan has more.

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Money For Marriage

Web Exclusive: Wyatt Andrews previews tonight's "CBS Evening News" piece on Congress?s effort to persuade unmarried African-American couples to wed.

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Will Dems Filibuster Alito?

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., said he thinks the likelihood of a filibuster against the Supreme Court nominee is increasing. Legal analyst Jan Crawford Greenberg reports on the latest developments.

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Relieving Drug Price Pain

Paying the high price of prescription drugs can be painful. One rural American pharmacist has the cure, and people are flocking to see him. Lee Cowan has the story.

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Rice Eyes Future

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is tackling big issues around the globe from North Korea to the Middle East. Wyatt Andrews looks at Rice's current path and plans for the future.

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