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Saturday, December 17, 2005

Iraq After The Vote

Iraq today began to relax some of the security measures it imposed in the run-up to last Thursday's election, and the main Sunni minority alliance remains optimistic. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Bush Defends Spy Program

President Bush said he personally has authorized secret eavesdropping programs in the U.S. more than 30 times since the Sept. 11 attacks. Joie Chen reports.

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Editor Discusses Bush's Speech

Maurice DuBois spoke with Jeffrey Stein, editor of Congressional Quarterly, about the president's hard-hitting speech about national security on Saturday.

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Is The U.S. Spying At Home?

A New York Times article reported that President Bush ordered the NSA to eavesdrop on e-mail and phone conversations of Americans inside the United States. Bill Plante has more on the fallout.

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Bush Stymied On Patriot Act

Gloria Borger reports from Washington, where the Senate rejected an attempt to reauthorize several provisions in the controversial post-9/11 legislation.

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Militias A Concern In Iraq

The top commander of U.S. forces in Iraq called yesterday's elections a "great success." But as Kimberly Dozier reports, even with a freely elected government, the country will remain dangerous.

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