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Monday, December 5, 2005

Chaotic Day In Saddam Trial

A day of disruptions and delays created another chaotic scene at the trial of Saddam Hussein, which included a walkout by the defense team. Meg Oliver reports.

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Rice Braces For Criticism

As Condoleezza Rice sets off on her European tour, she's already started to defend U.S. policy on torture and allegations of secret prison camps. Mark Phillips reports.

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Hybrid Dogs All The Rage

Forget Golden Retrievers and Pugs. Hybrid dogs ? like the Labradoodle ? are popular as breeders try to create the perfect dog. Sandra Hughes reports.

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DeLay Still Has Problems

A Texas judge threw out charges that Rep. Tom Delay conspired to violate election laws, but upheld other money-laundering counts. Gloria Borger reports on the political implications of the decision.

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U.S. Vulnerable To Terror

The former Sept. 11 commission graded the government on readiness for another terror attack, and reports many recommendations were not followed. Bob Orr reports.

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Saddam- Not Afraid To Die

Proceedings in Saddam Hussein's trial seemed to go nowhere as the former dictator yelled, screamed and threatened. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Can We Win In Iraq?

Fresh military losses came just as President Bush unveiled his national strategy to win the war in Iraq. Dan Bartlett discussed that and other issues with Hannah Storm on "The Early Show."

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Remembering Fallen Marines

Family and friends of the 10 marines who were killed last week remember and honor their sacrifice. Vince Gonzales reports.

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Drama, Delays In Saddam Trial

Saddam Hussein's trial was interrupted by outbursts from the former Iraqi dictator and a protest by his defense team, which stormed out. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Saddam's Trial Resumes

Web Exclusive: Charlie D'Agata reports on Saddam Hussein's trial where, after a brief clash between U.S. attorney Ramsey Clark and the judge, it resumed with testimony from the first witness.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Ford may close five plants that employ 7,500 people; Internet addresses to soon end in dot EU; University of Michigan to release consumer sentiment index for December.

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MedDay

Teri Okita reports that coffee and tea may help people at risk for liver disease; Ecstasy creator fears drug won't be used to treat mentally ill; FDA considers experimental Ritalin patch.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Saddam: not afraid to die, antiperspirants and cancer and hybrid dogs all the rage.

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Celebrated Female Architect

Anthony Mason profiles Zaha Hadid, the most famous female architect in the world. Hadid credits her middle class upbringing in 1950's Baghdad, Iraq, for her success.

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Kerry Assesses The War In Iraq

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., joined "Face The Nation" to discuss the troop levels in Iraq, the post-war exit strategy, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and President Bush's victory plan.

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Hurricane Katrina Blame Game

Dan Raviv reports on the blame-game between the state of Louisiana and the White House over the federal response to Hurricane Katrina, which rose to new levels over the weekend.

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