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Thursday, December 22, 2005

Rumsfeld, Blair Visit Troops

Troops in Iraq had surprise visits from Donald Rumsfeld and Tony Blair. As Teri Okita reports, one of them is at least hinting that troop numbers may start to inch down.

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Compromise On Patriot Act

Web Exclusive: President Bush's hopes of a renewed Patriot Act before the end of the year may have been derailed but, as Thalia Assuras reports, it will be a hot topic in 2006.

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D.C.'s Mad Dash

CBS News political consultant Craig Crawford analyzes the final days of the congressional year.

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MedDay

Melissa McDermott reports that a study shows diabetics can cut their risk of heart disease, a weapon against bird flu may backfire, and more bad news for smokers.

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Top Foreign Stories Of 2005

The war in Iraq, Saddam Hussein and the death of a pope dominated the international news headlines this past year. But above all else - it was the fury of Mother Nature. Drew Levinson reports.

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Saddam On Bush, Peres

CBS News RAW:After a one hour break in the court session today, Saddam Hussein launched into a diatribe about Shimon Peres and President Bush.

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HealthWatch

Tamiflu, the drug stockpiled by governments in case of a large-scale outbreak of bird flu, may not be as effective as previously thought. Dr. Mallika Marshall explains.

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Patriot Act Deal

The late night deal on the Patriot Act could be seen as a victory for President Bush. But, as Gloria Borger reports, he had a tough week.

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Patriot Act Extended

The Senate agreed to temporarily continue the Patriot Act, a measure deemed critical by the Bush administration. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Is Bush's Spy Program Legal?

Constitutional attorney Jonathan Turley analyzes whether or not President Bush is within his legal right as commander in chief to spy on Americans without obtaining a warrant.

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Lawmakers Seek Spying Hearings

Amid the debate surrounding President Bush's decision to allow spying without a warrant, a judge who oversees surveillance cases has resigned. Thalia Assuras reports an investigation is being sought.

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Day Two Of NYC Transit Strike

Around New York City, millions of commuters fought freezing temperatures to get to their destination during the first transit strike in 25 years. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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