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Monday, December 19, 2005

Bush- We Can Win War In Iraq

In an Oval Office address, President Bush said that the U.S. is winning the war in Iraq and that now is not the time to give up. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that investors will comb data on real estate, inflation and the retail sector; UPS to ship 20 million items Tuesday while the USPS will handle 900 million pieces today.

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Senate Dems Rebut Bush Speech

CBS News RAW: Sens. Carl Levin, D-Mich., and Russ Feingold, D-Wis., responded to President Bush's speech, challenging his authorization of phone taps and criticizing his Iraq policies.

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Bush Firm On Iraq, Spying

President Bush followed up last night's speech with a press conference this morning where he faced questions on the war and his authorization of domestic spying. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Bush Defends Domestic Spying

CBS News RAW: In a White House news conference, President Bush defended a secret domestic surveillance program, and said that it will continue as long as Americans are in danger.

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Prisoners Released

CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella reports from Baghdad that the U.S. military has released two dozen detainees from its facilities in Iraq.

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Bush Pressed On Spy Program

At a White House press briefing, President Bush was asked about the controversial eavesdropping program, which he asserts is needed to protect Americans from terrorists. Dan Raviv reports.

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Bush Fights Back

At his final press conference of 2005, President Bush defended his authorization of eavesdropping on Americans. John Roberts reports on the president's answers to questions on several hot topics.

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Dems Angry Over Spying Program

Did the president act illegally by authorizing eavesdropping on citizens and terrorists? Democrats and some legal scholars think so. Gloria Borger has the story.

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Lieutenant Adams' Struggles

Lieutenant Jeffrey Adams lost a leg in Iraq, and still is unable to run. But he's not standing still - Adams is graduating and getting married, Wyatt Andrews reports, and is proud of his injury.

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Bush's Year In Review

Most political experts agree that 2005 marked the most challenging time in Mr. Bush's presidency. The war in Iraq and Katrina were among the stories that made this a tough year. John Roberts reports.

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War Vets Running For Office

Maj. L. Tammy Duckworth, a pilot who lost both her legs after surviving an RPG attack in Iraq, is among at least half a dozen war veterans running for Congress as Democrats. Tony Guida reports.

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Uproar Over Bush's Spy Program

Joie Chen reports on the furor over security versus civil liberties sparked by President Bush's acknowledgement that he authorized a secret domestic surveillance program without judicial oversight.

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