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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Bill Frist On Iraq, Tax Cuts

The debate over the war in Iraq and the passage of a series of tax cuts are keeping things hot in congress these days. Republican Bill Frist, the Senate majority leader, comments on "The Early Show."

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Iraq War Reaches 1,000 Days

As the war reaches its 1,000th day, there is debate over President Bush's estimate that 30,000 Iraqis have been killed. Lara Logan reports that some say the number is much higher.

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Tookie Williams Is Executed

Crips co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams was executed. John Blackstone describes the scene from inside the execution chamber and outside San Quentin prison.

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Iraq On Lockdown

As CBS News correspondent Lara Logan reports, Iraq is gearing up security in preparation for elections this Wednesday.

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Protests Outside WTO Meeting

Protesters are clashing with police at the World Trade Organization meeting in Hong Kong. Celia Hatton reports that some farmers fear they won't be able to compete if markets are open.

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WTO Protest In Hong Kong

CBS News RAW: As the World Trade Organization met in Hong Kong to discuss agricultural trade, protesters clashed with police who intercepted them before they reached the venue.

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More Violence Precedes Vote

If all goes expected, millions of Iraqis will vote in elections on Thursday. But as Lara Logan reports, Iraq is a complicated place where nothing comes easy.

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Sunnis Urge Participation

During this round of elections in Iraq, Sunni leaders are urging their followers to participate. As Kimberly Dozier reports, Sunni involvement will be key to getting a new democracy up and running.

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Online Holiday Shopping Boom

A new poll finds that many Americans plan to cut back on holiday spending. But as Anthony Mason reports, the Internet is one place holiday sales are up.

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La. Katrina Response Exposed

FEMA's response to Katrina has received nationwide attention in embarrassing detail. Now, some documents have been released about the response by the Louisiana governor's office. Bob Orr reports.

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Schwarzenegger Denies Clemency

Former gang leader Stanley Tookie Williams, who has urged through books and speeches for young people not to follow his path, is scheduled to be put to death early Tuesday. John Blackstone reports.

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Voting For Some In Iraq

Friction between majority Shiites and minority Sunnis is not likely to be eased by the coming parliamentary elections. Lara Logan reports.

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