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Monday, December 12, 2005

Bush- 30,000 Iraqis Dead

Under pressure to be more open about the war in Iraq, the president made his first estimation of Iraqi deaths during the war. John Roberts reports.

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Tookie's Time Counting Down

CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports from San Quentin Prison on the execution of Stan "Tookie" Williams and talks with Vernell Crittendon of the correctional facility.

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It's Christmas, Not Holiday

Political correctness is getting a slap on the wrist from some Christian churches across country as they're leading a campaign to get stores to save the word "Christmas." Stacey Case reports.

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Tookie Williams To Be Executed

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a federal appeals court rejected Stanley Tookie Williams' stay of execution. His death by lethal injection will take place at midnight. Teri Okita reports.

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Murtha- Iraqis Want Us Out

CBS News RAW: Rep. John Murtha, D-Penn., repeated his call to bring the troops home from Iraq, where he says the fight has become too violent and Iraqis want the United States out.

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How Many Iraqis Have Died?

Web Exclusive: Bill Plante reports that President Bush's estimate that 30,000 Iraqis have died during the war is likely to be challenged as being far too low.

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Bush- Steady Progress In Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush said steady progress is being made in Iraq, with Iraqi forces becoming more capable and taking responsibility for more territory.

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Iraqis Begin To Vote

Web Exclusive: Lara Logan reports on the first day of voting in Iraqi hospitals, prisons and army bases, as this election is expected to attract Sunnis who did not participate in the first one.

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War Of Words Over Iraq

Days before the Iraqi elections, President Bush continued to make his case for war, but his critics say that U.S. troops are treated as occupiers rather than liberators. Susan Roberts reports.

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Elephant Gives Birth On Tape

CBS News RAW: An Asian elephant named Tamar gave birth to a calf at a Jerusalem zoo on Dec. 10 after undergoing a rare artificial insemination treatment. The calf weighed 198 pounds.

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Bush- 30,000 Iraqis Dead

CBS News RAW: In response to a question following a speech to the World Affairs Council on Iraq, President Bush said about 30,000 Iraqis have died in the conflict.

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Bush Touts Success In Iraq

With Iraq's elections just three days away, President Bush spoke at a conference in Philadelphia to help drum up support for the Iraq war and his poll numbers. Susan Roberts reports.

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'Tookie' Williams' Final Day?

Web Exclusive: Lora McLaughlin reports on what may be Stanley "Tookie" last day on death row. Supporters have been pressing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to grant the former gang leader clemency.

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Voting & Hostages In Iraq

Early voting is underway to choose a new parliament in Iraq, while the families of five hostages, including two Americans, wait to find out if they're still alive. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Life In Schwarzenegger's Hands

Stanley "Tookie" Williams is set to be executed tomorrow. After appeals from the community and celebrities, reports John Blackstone, clemency from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is his only hope.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Federal Reserve is expected to hike interest rates again; November's consumer price index expected; Howard Stern set for final show before moving to satellite.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Bush: 30,000 Iraqis dead, heating costs strain budgets and La. Katrina response exposed.

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Sessions Refutes Murtha's Plan

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., joined "Face The Nation" to refute Rep. John Murtha's plan for Iraq, which undermines the United States credibility and hurts soldiers' morale.

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Murtha Discusses Iraq Troubles

Rep. John Murtha, D-Penn., joined "Face The Nation" to discuss what has gone wrong in Iraq and what may happen if the United States pulled out of the war.

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MOMA's 'Safe' Exhibit

A new exhibit at New York's Museum of Modern Art is a study of design inspired by dangers not always considered art like gas masks, mine detectors, and barbed wire. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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