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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Spying Draws Congressional Ire

Critics of President Bush called for congressional hearings over secret eavesdropping. Vice President Cheney said there will be a backlash against Mr. Bush's detractors. John Roberts reports.

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'Design' Knocked Down

CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod talks with former Dover, Pa., school board member Jim Cashman about the recent decision to bar "Intelligent Design" from being taught in public school there.

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Thousands Mourn Tookie

One week after his execution, thousands of supporters and celebrities gathered in Los Angeles, Calif. to mourn former Crips gang founder Tookie Williams. Lora McLaughlin reports.

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NYC Mayor Sounds Angry Note

CBS News RAW: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called the transit workers' strike selfish and illegal. He is seeking a court action to punish the union for being in contempt of court.

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NYC Mayor Walks To Work

CBS News RAW: Among the many commuters who had to search for alternative ways to get to work was New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who walked over the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall.

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Gay Couples Say 'I Do' In UK

Under new laws allowing same-sex unions, gay couple are saying "I do" in the UK. Even celebrities such as Elton John are rushing to the alter. However, as Teri Okita reports, not everyone is pleased.

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Sunnis Cry Foul In Election

The Sunnis minority in Iraq is claiming fraud in the recent elections there, reports CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella. The Shiite majority has a strong preliminary lead.

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President Gets Boost In Polls

Despite the controversy over eavesdropping and troubles in Iraq, President Bush's approval rating has increased seven percent according to several new polls. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: New York transit nightmare, Iraq election calm is gone and beds become luxury item.

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Airports Wary Of The Bird Flu

Since 9/11, airport security has been trained to look for dangerous items such as a knife or a razor. However, as Dr. Sean Kenniff reports, that list may now include a new threat: bird flu.

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Stocking Stuffers

As "The Early Show" continues its countdown to Christmas, eBay Style Director Constance White offers an array of unique and fun stocking stuffers to fit every budget.

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Analyzing Presidential Power

How far can President Bush take his role as Commander-In-Chief, and how will domestic spying affect his approval ratings? Political analyst Craig Crawford discusses it with Hannah Storm.

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Is Domestic Spying Illegal?

President Bush says a controversial program that allows eavesdropping on Americans without court approval is legal and necessary to fight terrorism. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Analysis of President's Speech

Web Exclusive: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's speech Sunday night in which he admitted mistakes but remained firm on the war in Iraq.

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White House Spy Scandal

Rene Syler spoke to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about revelations that President Bush authorized the NSA to spy on Americans inside the United States.

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Presidential Media Blitz

CBS News' national political correspondent Gloria Borger analyzes President Bush's address to the nation on Iraq and the potential damage of the spy scandal.

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