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Friday, December 16, 2005

Home For The Holidays

As the result of a planned decrease in troop levels in Iraq, the soldiers of one Army unit who were ready to be deployed are instead set to enjoy the holidays in Kansas. David Martin reports.

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Medicare Drug Plan Explanation

More than 40 million seniors are eligible to sign up for the new Medicare prescription drug plan which will begin on New Year's Day. Wyatt Andrews is here to help simplify the process.

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Where 'Everybody Cares'

The Early Show's Dave Price visits Powell, Wyo., as part of the series "Tour My Town." There, he talks with the mayor and his handicapped son.

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Teen Faces Death Penalty

A prosecutor will seek the death penalty against David Ludwig, who is accused of killing his girlfriend's parents, and announced he does not plan to charge the girl. KYW's Robin MacIntosh has more.

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In History- Shoe Bomber

This Week In History: "Sunday Morning" reported on a suspected shoe bomber that was apprehended by passengers of an international flight on Dec. 22, 2001.

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Senate Reaction To Patriot Act

CBS News Raw: Reactions from Senate majority leader Bill Frist and Sen. Patrick Leahy over the vote on the Patriot Act.

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Vote Count Begins In Iraq

A day after Iraq's elections, Lara Logan reports that security is still tight and businesses are closed as the votes are tallied.

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Weekend Roundup

Web Exclusive: Dan Raviv reviews the week's top stories, including the apparent success of the latest Iraqi election and the U.S. Senate's refusal to renew key provisions in the Patriot Act.

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Rice Discusses Iraq Election

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joined "The Early Show" co-anchor Harry Smith to discuss the strong turnout in Iraq for the country's first parliamentary election.

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Security Concerns In Iraq

There are more security concerns in Iraq after yesterday's elections. While the votes are being counted, an Al Qaeda video has surfaced on the terrorist organization's Web site. Lara Logan reports.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Is the U.S. spying at home? Home for the holidays and Medicare drug plan explanation.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the flu's devastating impact on children in 2005, the EPA's new standards for fine-particle pollution, and a possible link between an infant's bedding and asthma.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Millions vote in Iraq, turnaround on torture ban and housing market cools.

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Iraq After The Vote

CBS News military analyst and retired Army Maj. Mike Lyons discusses the post-election future of Iraq with CBS News correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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