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Thursday, December 15, 2005

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a blockbuster merger in the biotech industry, a ruling in a landmark Big Tobacco class action suit, and a government report on consumer prices in November.

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Home-Baked Holiday Gifts

Is your holiday budget starting to get a little tight? Cookbook author Tori Ritchie offers some ideas for home-baked gifts to give to friends and family for the holiday season.

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Sen. Biden On Iraq's Election

Sen. Joseph Biden, the ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, comments on "The Early Show" about Iraq's elections and what to expect afterwards.

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Blame Shifts In New Orleans

On Capitol Hill, blame shifted to levee workers over what went wrong in response to Hurricane Katrina. Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco defended the city's evacuation plan, Gloria Borger reports.

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President Defends War

Today's elections are not only critical for the Iraqis, but also President Bush. Despite bad pre-war intelligence, he says the invasion was the right thing to do. Bill Plante reports.

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Iraqis Cast Votes

Voting polls opened in Iraq this morning. About 15 million registered voters are casting ballots for Iraq's first permanent government since Saddam Hussein. Lara Logan reports from Baghdad.

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Breath Of Democracy

As CBS News' Lara Logan reports, vote counting has already begun in Iraq. And while the people there worry about their lack of security and peace, they believe that democracy is here.

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High Turnout, Little Violence

With high voter turnout, Iraq's historic election took place with no major violence. The polls are now closed, but the results won't be known for another two weeks. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Voting Underway In Iraq

Web Exclusive: Lara Logan offers an insider's view of the election in Iraq, as people head to the polls to elect a new parliamentary government.

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Bush, McCain On Torture Ban

CBSNews Raw: Under pressure from members of both parties, the White House agreed to accept the language of Sen. John McCain's amendment protecting anyone in U.S. custody from torture.

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Bush Outlines War Missteps

Web Exlcusive: President Bush admitted pre-war intelligence failures, and apologized for the pace of reconstruction and the poor training of Iraqi forces. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Supports Torture Ban

The White House has agreed to support the so called "McCain Torture Amendment," reports CBS News' John Roberts. The amendment prohibits any form of torture for detainees in U.S. custody.

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Mayor- Return To New Orleans

CBS News RAW: After meeting with President Bush about fixing the levee system, Mayor Ray Nagin urged residents of New Orleans to come back home.

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Millions Vote In Iraq

Men and women of all ages and religious sects poured into the polls today across Iraq. Lara Logan checks out polling places in Baghdad.

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Sunnis Vote, Iraq Moves Ahead

They boycotted past elections, but Sunnis turned out in high numbers to elect a parliament. This combined with a lack of violence seem to indicate Iraq taking a step forward, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Turnaround On Torture Ban

After threatening to veto Sen. John McCain's proposed anti-torture law, President Bush now seems to want to send a different message to the world, John Roberts reports.

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Candor On Katrina

After pledging another $1.5 billion to rebuild the levees in New Orleans, administration officials went to Congress and took the blame for the federal response to the disaster. Gloria Borger reports.

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Mideast Observes Democracy

What does a fledgling democracy look like from just beyond its borders? Sheila MacVicar watches voting in Iraq with Saudi Arabians.

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Bush Admits Bad Iraq Intel

After admitting that the U.S. went to war in Iraq on bad intelligence, President Bush reiterated that tomorrow's elections are a watershed moment. John Roberts has more on the president's speech.

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Iraqis Face Critical Vote

Iraqis resolve will be on display when they go to vote, amidst tight security that already has the country locked down. Lara Logan reports on the anticipation there and the choices on the ballot.

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Iran's President Rebuked

The president of Iran drew international criticism for a new verbal attack against Israel and denying the Holocaust. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the tirade that could affect nuclear weapons talks.

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