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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

NYC Transit Strike's Impact

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks with "The Early Show's" Russ Mitchell about the impact of the transit strike on commuters, union workers and the economy.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Microsoft's Xbox 360 game consoles are in short supply, New York City's transit strike had little effect on Wall Street, and eBay has banned the sale of pets.

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Obits

In 2005, the world lost a pope for the ages, legendary entertainers, a top athlete, a civil rights icon, a lawyer to the celebrities and more.

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Elton John Gets Hitched

CBS News RAW: Singer Elton John and filmmaker David Furnish were greeted by supporters after their civil union in Windsor, England.

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NASA's Returns To Flight

NASA's "Return to Flight" mission with the space shuttle Discovery was successful but went less than smooth. The shuttle fleet was grounded, but NASA hopes to return to space next spring.

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Bush's Patriot Act Push

Web Exclusive: President Bush says it's inexcusable for Congress to delay renewal of the Patriot Act. John Roberts reports, however, that some are concerned with individual privacy.

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Spy Program Controversy

Thalia Assuras reports on the surveillance program that is prompting requests for an investigation over the legality of President Bush's plan to spy, without a warrant, on Americans.

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Pope

Pope John Paul II's death drew both the faithful and everyday people by the thousands. The College of Cardinals selected Joseph Ratzinger as his successor, who chose the name Pope Benedict XVI.

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Ethnic Opinions On Saddam

The trial of Saddam Hussein picked up again in Iraq, reports CBS News correspondent Kelly Cobiella. And like so much else, opinions on the trial fell along ethnic lines.

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Saddam- Abused By Captors

CBS News RAW: Saddam Hussein claimed he was beaten and tortured by Americans while imprisoned.

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Saddam Trial Resumes

The trial of Saddam Hussein resumed Wednesday after a two-week break. Claudia Coffey reports that the former Iraqi dictator was absent from the last court proceedings.

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NYC Mayor- Strike Is Illegal

CBS News RAW: Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that working-class New Yorkers were being hurt the most by the transit strike.

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Energy Prices Soared In 2005

For many consumers, 2005 was marked by the high cost of keeping the car running and the home warm. Alexis Christoforous looks back at the year of high energy prices.

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Top Domestic Stories Of 2005

Legal battles and debate over the war in Iraq grabbed domestic headlines in 2005. But, as Drew Levinson reports, the devastation caused by the year's chaotic weather produced the biggest stories.

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Saddam Furious At Trial

Saddam Hussein's trial resumed in Baghdad today. As Kelly Cobiella reports, the old dictator threw a fit in court.

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Lobbyist In Plea Deal Talks

CBS News has learned that Lobbyist Jack Abramoff is trying to cut a deal with federal prosecutors, in a development that may engulf some of Washington's biggest power brokers. Gloria Borger has more.

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Judge Resigns Over Spy Program

To protest the president's decision to spy on Americans without a warrant, a judge took the unprecedented step of resigning from the court that can issue warrants in such cases. John Roberts reports.

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Strike Cripples Tourism

During the busiest shopping season of the year, a transit strike is costing the New York City economy an estimated $400 million dollars a day. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Defeat For 'Design'

In what could be the most important decision since the Scopes monkey trial in the debate about religion in the classroom, a Dover judge handed a defeat to "Intelligent Design." Jim Axelrod reports.

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Iraq Election Calm Is Gone

Election results suggest Sunnis will be left with few seats in parliament and possibly none in the cabinet, causing fear they won't have a role in the new government. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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