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Sunday, January 1, 2006

What's Next For The Economy?

Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the economy, which ended 2005 just like how it started. Many investors are worried about what awaits them in 2006.

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Hope For Iraq In 2006

The new year in Iraq started off looking like the old one when 13 car bombs went off across the country. Kelly Cobiella looks ahead to a year that starts with the release of official election results.

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Seniors Confused Over New Plan

Seniors are officially eligible to buy prescription drugs under President Bush's new Medicare plan. But, as Joie Chen reports, sorting out the different plans is now falling to their adult children.

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Bush Can't Escape Spy Debate

In defense of his domestic spying plan, President Bush stated that the program tracked only incoming calls to the U.S. and that its disclosure has hurt national security. John Roberts reports.

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What Lies Ahead In 2006

CBS News correspondents Wyatt Andrews, Liz Palmer and Bary Petersen offers a preview of what the future holds for the U.S., Europe and Asia in 2006.

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The Bird Flu Threat

Julie Gerberding, director of the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, addressed the bird flu threat and if the United States is prepared to handle an outbreak.

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The Future of New Orleans

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin discussed the future of New Orleans and the controversy surrounding Mardi Gras on "Face The Nation."

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Gingrich On GOP Party, Iran

Former Speaker Newt Gingrich joined "Face The Nation" to discuss the future of the Republican party, President Bush's agenda and Iran.

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Somber New Year's In Iraq

More violence continues to plague country with American causalities. Plus, Iraq is experiencing a fuel shortage. CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports.

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New Apprenticeship For Trump?

Business man Donald Trump is considering running for governor of New York as a Republican. The Saturday Early Show's Tracy Smith reports.

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Teen's Iraqi Trip Ends

Farris Hassan, a 16-year-old from Florida who traveled to Iraq by himself without telling his parents, will be heading back to the U.S.

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