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Wednesday, January 4, 2006

Repercussions From Abramoff

Thomas DeLuca, a professor of political science at Fordham University, discusses what Jack Abramoff's guilty plea could mean for the future of government with Melissa McDermott.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that rising interest rates may come to an end, General Motors hit a 23-year low, and 2006 could be a banner year for Internet giant Google.

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Sharon Suffers Large Stroke

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has been hospitalized after suffering a severe stroke. As David Hawkins reports, Sharon's powers as prime minister have been temporarily transferred to his deputy.

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Gingrich Calls For D.C. Reform

Bob Schieffer had a conversation about political reform with Former Republican Speaker Newt Gingrich. Among other things, Gingrich wants to outlaw all political fundraising in Washington.

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Abramoff Pleads Guilty In Fla.

CBS News RAW: Assistant U.S. Attorney General Alex Acosta discussed the federal charges against lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and wire fraud in Florida.

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Town Hopes For Cell Service

After years of cajoling and pleading, a small Colorado town may finally get cell phone service for its 447 residents thanks to its mayor and a petition. KKTV's Lauri Martin reports.

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Bush On Mining Tragedy

CBS News RAW: Before his speech on the war against terror, President Bush offered his condolences to the families touched by the coal mine tragedy in West Virginia.

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Sharon Has Severe Stroke

Web Exclusive: David Hawkins reports from Israel, where Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a significant stroke, a development that could shake up Israeli politics and the peace process.

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Bush Discusses War On Terror

CBS News RAW: President Bush said the war on terror cannot be dictated by partisan politics and hopes the American people understand the mission.

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Funeral Bombed In Iraq

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomber killed at least 32 mourners and injured dozens at a funeral for the nephew of a Shiite politician in Muqdadiyah, a town north of Baghdad.

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Attacks Claim 50 Lives In Iraq

A string of violent attacks rocked Iraq, where the deadliest attack took place at a funeral north of Baghdad. In total, more than 50 people were killed, reports Claudia Coffey.

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Gingrich On Abramoff Scandal

Web Exclusive: Bob Schieffer spoke with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich about the potential fallout of the Jack Abramoff scandal and overall corruption in Washington.

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Cheney Sees Progress In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Vice President Cheney spoke at the Heritage Foundation, where he outlined political progress that has been made in Iraq and vowed to stand firm against the insurgency.

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Lobbyist Agrees To Plea Deal

Lobbyist Jack Abramoff has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges in cooperation with a Justice Department investigation. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Farris Faces Conduct Committee

CBS News RAW: Pine Crest School President Lourdes M. Cowgill outlined the proceedings for assigning punishment to Farris Hassan, the 16-year-old boy who cut class to travel to Iraq.

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Bush On Trapped Miners

CBS News RAW: At his cabinet meeting, President Bush discussed the trapped coal miners in West Virginia and offered his help to the state's governor.

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