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Friday, December 2, 2005

Chasing The Flu

The World Health Organization considers bird flu the most serious health threat facing the planet. Steve Kroft traveled to Europe and Asia to get a look at the efforts to stop a potential pandemic.

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Weekend Roundup

Web Exclusive: Dan Raviv recaps the week's major news stories, including President Bush's major speech on Iraq, two prominent capital punishment cases and political upheaval in Canada.

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Voight Takes On Holy Role

Few network mini-series ever receive the Pope's blessing, but Pope Benedict XVI personally screened the new CBS mini-series "Pope John Paul II" at the Vatican. Jon Voight discusses the role.

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Jury- Death For Girl's Killer

A jury has recommended the death penalty for Joseph Smith, who was convicted in the kidnapping and murder of 11-year-old Carlie Brucia. Bill McGinty of CBS Tampa affiliate WTSP reports.

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Death Penalty Milestone

Kenneth Lee Boyd was executed today in North Carolina. He became the 1,000th prisoner put to death in the U.S. since the death penalty was re-instated in 1976. Boyd killed his wife and her father.

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Bush Touts Economic Vitality

CBS News RAW: President Bush switched gears from the Iraq debate and focused on the American economy. He said that the economic future is "as bright as its been in a long time."

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Bombing Kills 10 U.S. Marines

Charlie D'Agata reports from Baghdad that 10 U.S. Marines have been killed and 11 wounded in a roadside bombing in Fallujah.

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14 U.S. Troops Killed In Iraq

In one of the worst 24 hour periods of the war, 10 Marines died in a roadside bomb attack, three troops died in a traffic accident and one more was hit by a rocket in Ramadi. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Marines May Have Been Trapped

The Pentagon has released few details on the attack that killed 10 Marines. But David Martin reports they may have been lured into carefully laid trap.

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Bush Touts Economic Strength

The White House hasn't had much to smile about lately, but President Bush was smiling today, and for good reason. Anthony Mason reports on the release of some sunny economic data.

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New Candor On Iraq

Is the Bush administration's public relations strategy regarding the war in Iraq shifting? Over the past two days the president and others have, taken up a new candor, John Roberts reports.

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Fighting Wounded

More than 15,000 American troops have been injured in Iraq. David Martin reports from Walter Reed and talks with the first double amputee Marine to return to active duty.

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Credit Card Debt Cycle

What happens when someone has so much credit card dept that even monthly payments are overwhelming? Trish Regan looks at interest rates and penalties in part two of The Debt Trap series.

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