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Thursday, December 29, 2005

Body Language To Deter Terror

The next time you fly, airport screeners may spend more time looking at you than at your bags. George Naccara explains how Boston's Logan Airport screens passengers through behavior observation.

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Inside 'Consumer Reports'

Brett Larson, the technology editor at WCBS-TV, got a behind-the-scenes look at Consumer Reports, the bible of shopping guides, to see firsthand how the magazine evaluates new products.

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MoneyWatch

Little change expected in first-time unemployment benefits; consumer confidence seems up due to lower gas prices; ex-Enron chief auditor pleads guilty; 49 indicted in Red Cross scheme.

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The Year in Politics

Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, looks back on what happened in politics this past year with CBS News Correspondent Dave Browde.

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Clinton's China Trip Preview

Coming up: "60 Minutes" correspondent Dan Rather traveled to China with former President Bill Clinton, who talks about his fight against the AIDS epidemic, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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The New Space Race Preview

Coming Up: "60 Minutes" correspondent Ed Bradley revisits Burt Rutan, who is revolutionizing space travel that will enable everyone to travel into space, this Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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60 Minutes- Bill Clinton

Dan Rather traveled to China with Bill Clinton as he goes to China to fight AIDS, which is an ongoing project for the former president and his charitable foundation.

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Iraqi Election Turmoil

With results of the Iraqi national elections just days away, the violence continues to escalate. A Iraqi police officer was killed in a suicide bombing in downtown Baghdad. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Unrest After Iraq's Elections

The U.N. has given the Iraqi elections its seal of approval, but protests still continue over the results. Kelly Cobiella reports this follows another suicide bombing in Baghdad.

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Clinton's Impeachment Trial

This Week In History: America saw party politics and cooperation in Washington D.C. during the days that lead to the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton.

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9/11 Loans Scrutinized

The Small Business Administration is trying to explain how places like a winery thousands of miles from New York came to receive millions of dollars in government-backed loans. Jim Stewart reports.

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Headway On Iraq Vote Dispute

A U.S. soldier was killed today and a suicide bomber murdered four Iraqi police officers. But as Kelly Cobiella reports, there was some progress on resolving the dispute over election results.

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Tense Iraqis Turn To Meds

In one of the most dangerous places on earth, people live with constant fear of sudden death or maiming. As Kimberly Dozier reports, many Iraqis are using anti-anxiety drugs like there's no tomorrow.

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Supreme Court's 2006 Agenda

The Senate opens confirmation hearings on Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito on Jan. 9. As Wyatt Andrews reports, one larger-than-life issue has attracted the attention of the White House.

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Uproar Over School Bus Ads

School districts desperate to plug budget holes are turning school buses into billboards for soft drinks and car dealerships. Harry Smith speaks with two experts embroiled in the debate.

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Bush's Agenda In 2006

As 2005 comes to a close, the Bush administration is working on many foreign policy New Year's resolutions. Headlining that list is the war in Iraq, reports Jennifer Donelan.

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