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Monday, November 28, 2005

Cunningham Admits Guilt

The first fighter ace of the Vietnam War and the recipient of two silver stars is also an admitted felon. CBS News' Jim Stewart reports that Randy Cunningham has admitted to receiving bribes.

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GOP Rep. Resigns Over Bribes

CBS News Raw: U.S. Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham, a California Republican, resigned after pleading guilty to taking $2.4 million in bribes.

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Iraqis Torturing Iraqis

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier reports that many view the Iraqi-on-Iraqi abuses as "not as bad as before" and therefore find the situation acceptable.

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S. Korean Parliament Tussle

CBS News RAW: Protesters in and outside of the South Korean Parliament expressed opposition to a rice market plan on Nov. 23. Lawmakers tussled inside, while locals clashed with police outside.

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Saddam Hostile In Court

Web Exclusive: Lara Logan reports from Baghdad, where Saddam Hussein made a defiant appearance in court as his trial briefly resumed before being adjourned once again.

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Saddam Takes Control In Court

Web Exclusive: Kimberly Dozier reports on Saddam Hussein's trial, which has been adjourned until Dec. 5. The former Iraqi dictator was bold, berating the judge for his alleged "mishandling."

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Bush Plans Speeches On Iraq

With polls showing growing skepticism about the war in Iraq, White House officials said the president has decided to give progress updates starting on Wednesday. John Roberts previews the speech.

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Black Friday To Cyber Monday

After a somewhat disappointing Black Friday, many retailers are hoping Cyber Monday makes up the difference, as Internet sales are expected to jump 24 percent this holiday season. Trish Regan reports.

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Winter Arrives In Pakistan

As quake victims are vulnerable to a harsh winter that will take more lives, the U.S. is offering more than a humanitarian mission ? it's the new face of the war on terror. Mark Phillips reports.

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An Artist's Rendering Of Iraq

Life in the Iraq war zone for many Americans is difficult to understand, but New York artist Steve Mumford hopes to convey this experience in his new book of drawings. John Roberts reports.

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The Million Dollar Car

Why would any one pay one million dollars for a car? Jon Spallino did, but it's not just any car; it's a Honda FCX that is powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Jerry Bowen reports.

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Bush's Troop Withdrawal Plan

Under mounting political pressure from both sides, President Bush will lay out his vision for possible troop reduction in Iraq this week in a speech at Annapolis, Md. John Roberts reports.

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