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Tuesday, December 6, 2005

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports NYSE may merge with Archipelago Holdings Inc.; Crude neared $60 per barrel; HUD to pay mortgage for some hurricane victims; Intel to spend billions to expand in India.

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Bombing, Hostage In Iraq

Web Exclusive: CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports on a double suicide bombing at an Iraq police academy, and new video footage of a purported American hostage aired by Al Jazeera.

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Affordable Holiday Gift Ideas

With less than three weeks before Christmas arrives, many are still searching for that perfect ? and affordable ? gift. Mandi Norwood from Shop Etc. offers gift ideas for those on a budget.

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Lou Dobbs On The Economy

Despite signs that the economy has been gaining strength, polls suggest most Americans are still pessimistic about the country's financial future. CNN's Lou Dobbs offers an economic reality check.

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Report Blasts Gov't On Terror

The 9/11 commission released a report which says the U.S. is unprepared for another terrorist attack. Ex-congressman Tim Roemer and Mary Getcher, of Voices of September 11th, discussed the issue.

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Trial Resumes & Chaos Persists

As Saddam Hussein's trial resumes, two male bombers carried out a suicide attack that killed more than two dozen people. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Report- Unprepared For Terror

The former 9/11 commission released its final report, which says that the U.S. government is ill equipped to prevent another terrorist attack. Bob Orr reports.

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More Dead In Suicide Attack

Over 40 Iraqis were killed, 70 wounded in the attack, which occurred inside Baghdad's main police academy. Also, terrorists have kidnapped another American. David Martin reports.

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Witnesses Address Saddam Trial

For the first time in Saddam Hussein's trial, the judge kept the former dictator quiet so that witnesses could talk uninterrupted. As Kimberly Dozier reports, the stories they told were bone-chilling.

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Republicans Leery On DeLay

A judge ruled that Tom DeLay must stand trial on charges of funneling illegal campaign donations. Gloria Borger reports that a growing number of House Republicans don't want him back as their leader.

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'Mama D' Blasts Congress

In its investigation into FEMA's response to Hurricane Katrina, Congress called witnesses to give first-hand accounts. As John Roberts reports, one emotional survivor gave the government an earful.

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Doctor Opines On Gun Control

In New York today, a funeral was held for a police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty. Byron Pitts spoke to the doctor who tried to save him about the issue of gun control.

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Saddam Still Defiant

Web Exclusive: Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad, where Saddam Hussein was again defiant at his trial. The former Iraqi dictator told the court to "go to Hell."

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Saddam Calls Court 'Unjust'

It was another emotionally-charged day in Saddam Hussein's trial. After nine hours and five witnesses, it seemed that Saddam had had enough. Meg Oliver reports.

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Saddam- Court Unjust

After the court listened to testimony from two witnesses about the Dujail massacre, Saddam Hussein shouted at judges and said he would not attend the next trial session. Meg Oliver reports.

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Plane Crash Chaos In Iran

A military plane trying to make an emergency landing in Tehran, Iran, crashed into an apartment building and killed at least 119 people. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bush- No Ransom For Hostages

CBS News RAW: President Bush says that the United States will not pay ransom to terrorists who have captured American hostages in Iraq.

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Scene Of Plane Crash In Iran

CBS News RAW: The scene from Tehran, Iran, where rescue personnel put out a fire after a plane crashed into an apartment building killing at least 119 people.

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119 Dead In Iran Plane Crash

A military plane crashed into a 10-story apartment building in Iran, killing at least 119 people. Susan McGinnis reports that the plane was trying to land at an airport in Tehran.

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Iran Plane Crash Aftermath

CBS News RAW: Rescue personnel were at the scene of a military transport plane crash in Tehran, Iran. The plane hit a high-rise apartment building and killed at least 119 people.

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Iraq Bombing Aftermath

CBS News RAW: Two people strapped with explosives blew themselves up at Baghdad's police academy, killing 27 people and wounding 32.

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Plane Crashes In Tehran, Iran

CBS News RAW: A military transport plane crashed into a 10-story apartment building in the suburbs of Tehran, Iran, killing at least 119 people.

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Doctor Speaks Out

CBS News correspondent Byron Pitts talks with Dr. Robert Kurtz, co-director of trauma and critical care at Kings County Hospital, about his stance on gun control.

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Campus Recruiting Case

The Supreme Court appears ready to uphold a law that gives military recruiters access to college campuses if those schools receive federal funding. Drew Levinson reports.

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Spokane Mayor Scandal

Web Exclusive: Spokane, Wash., Mayor Jim West may be recalled following allegations that he sexually abused young boys and traded dates for job offers. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Irvin Arrest On Dash Cam Tape

CBS News RAW: A dash cam caught the arrest of former Cowboy wide receiver Michael Irvin, who was stopped for speeding in Texas. Plano police also found a marijuana pipe in his car.

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Hybrid Dog Fever

Web Exclusive Carolina Ianelli, manager of Pet Love in Los Angeles, speaks about hybrid dogs, which are the growing rage out on the west coast.

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Unprepared For Another Attack

The former 9-11 commission issued a new report that gives the U.S. government a failing grade when it comes to measures to prevent a future terrorist attack. Drew Levinson reports on the findings.

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Bush On The Economy

CBS News RAW: In an address on the American economy, President Bush stressed the importance of entrepreneurship and praised the talent of the American worker.

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