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Sunday, December 18, 2005

Bush To Deliver Iraq Speech

President Bush's address to the nation will focus on Iraq and its election, but he gives a prime time speech, while he is under fire for authorizing the NSA to spy on Americans. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Urges Public To Back War

Acknowledging that his decision to go to war was unpopular, President Bush urged the public and his critics to "Do not give in to despair, and do not give up on this fight for freedom."

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Bush Justifies The Iraq War

In his first televised speech since announcing the war in Iraq, President Bush reiterated his position that the war against terrorism would be lost if troops are withdrawn. Meg Oliver reports.

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Bush On Troop Levels

President Bush outlined his reasons in an address to the nation for why he has not put together a timetable for a gradual troop pullout from Iraq.

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Bush Addresses Nation On Iraq

From the Oval Office, President Bush addressed the nation on Iraq and acknowledged difficulties in the war against terrorism, but asked fellow Americans to ignore partisan politics.

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Bush's Iraq Speech Preview

President Bush will address the nation about the war in Iraq, which polls show most Americans do not support. Meg Oliver offers a preview of the speech the president will make from the Oval Office.

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Israeli PM Suffers Mild Stroke

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was quickly taken to Hadassah Hospital after suffering a stroke after a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. Alison Harmelin reports.

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V.P. Meets With Iraqi Leaders

CBS News RAW: In a surprise visit to Iraq, Vice President Cheney met with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and President Jalal Talabani to discuss security and the recent election.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the latest housing marketing data, the new government's consumer price index numbers and the busy holiday shipping week for UPS and the U.S. Postal Service.

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A School For Video Gamers

From the Xbox to Playstation, the video game industry is exploding to such a degree in Beijing that the Chinese government is now taking steps to stay on top of their game. Celia Hatton reports.

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Stein- Who Are Nick & Jessica?

Ben Stein wants to know who Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson are and discusses why he finds joy in religion during the holiday season.

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Senators On Patriot Act, Iraq

Senators Joseph Biden, (D-Del.), and Lindsey Graham, (R-S.C.) joined "Face The Nation" discussed the Senate's vote against the Patriot Act and the recent election in Iraq.

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Senators Debate Spying Program

Senators Joseph Biden, (D-Del.), and Lindsey Graham, (R-S.C.) joined "Face The Nation" to debate the merits and validity of President Bush's eavesdropping order on U.S. citizens after 9/11.

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Who Will Lead Iraq?

Although the vote has not yet been counted in Iraq, America's top military commander already is expressing concern about the balance of power and Iran's influence. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Bush Upset Over Patriot Act

After a defeat in Congress over the Patriot Act, President Bush is planning to address the nation live from the Oval Office on Sunday. Mark Knoller Reports.

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Expert Discusses Spy Flap

Web Exclusive: Randall Pinkston interviews First Amendment expert Floyd Abrams about the president's controversial authorization of secret eavesdropping programs.

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