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Thursday, December 8, 2005

Evening News Online

Thursday: Miami plane shooting aftermath, report: captured American dead, more trouble for Vioxx? And middle class vanishing act?

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the drop in credit card use in October, Guidant acquisition negotiations, and e-mail phishing scams.

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Jennifer Jicka's Intervention

After months of fighting and calls from emergency rooms, the Jicka family sought professional help for their daughter, Jennifer. Tracy Smith reports on the family's emotional intervention.

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White House Card Controversy

The White House released its annual holiday card to 1.4 million friends and supporters, but many have noticed something amiss from the greeting: the word Christmas. Bill Plante reports.

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Miami Plane Shooting Aftermath

Officials in Miami are sorting out the events that occurred when a deranged airline passenger was shot and killed by federal air marshals who suspected he was a terrorist. Bob Orr has more.

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Rumsfeld Denies Job Rumor

The defense secretary announced that about 12,000 of the 155,000 American troops in Iraq will be brought home after the elections. As Gloria Borger reports, he also denied a rumored Pentagon shakeup.

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Report- Captured American Dead

Two more American service members were killed in Iraq today. As Kimberly Dozier reports, there is also an unconfirmed report that a kidnapped American civilian was killed by his abductors.

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Calif. Execution Debate Rages

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger heard clemency arguments in the case of a gang leader due to be executed next week for murder. As John Blackstone reports, the case has drawn significant attention.

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Middle Class Vanishing Act?

U.S. manufacturers continue to cut middle-class jobs ? 200,000 of them this year alone. As Trish Regan reports, for many workers, the American dream is vanishing.

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Lieberman Dispels D.C. Rumor

CBS News RAW: Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., denied a rumor that had circulated inside the beltway over the weekend that President Bush is considering appointing him Secretary of Defense.

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Death Penalty Debate

Web Exclusive: John Blackstone reports on the controversial case of "Tookie" Williams, a man scheduled for execution next week who has thousands of supporters who want his life spared.

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Spokane Mayor On Recall

CBS News RAW: Spokane Mayor James West held a press conference after he was recalled in a special election over allegations that he offered jobs to young men he met in a gay Internet chatroom.

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Putting 'Bling' In Your Mouth

Some people spend thousands to keep their pearly whites sparkling, but a business in Tulsa, Okla., can make your smile really shine. Omar Villafranca of CBS affiliate KOTV dishes on the trend.

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Window Washers Quit Job

CBS News RAW: The two window washers who made headlines when their scaffold swung out of control against an office building in Denver, Colo., explain why they quit their jobs.

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