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Thursday, January 5, 2006

More Than 100 Dead In Iraq

Roadside bombings have killed five U.S. troops, and suicide bombers targeting Shiite pilgrims and police recruits have claimed more than 100 lives. Scott Rapoport reports.

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Shrine Suicide Attack Kills 49

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomber detonated his explosives near one of Shiite Islam's holiest shrines in Karbala, Iraq, killing 49 people and injuring scores of worshippers and pedestrians.

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Middle East Peace Implications

Meg Oliver reports on the medical condition of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who suffered a massive stroke. His absence may have major ramifications on peace in the Middle East.

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Ex-Cabinet Members Advise Bush

CBS News RAW: Speaking before former Cabinet secretaries from previous administrations, President Bush laid out his vision for Iraq and asked for their suggestions.

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Sharon In Drug-Induced Coma

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon remains hospitalized and in a drug-induced coma after overnight brain surgery brought on by a massive stroke. David Hawkins has more from Jerusalem.

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Israel After Sharon?

Barring an amazing turnaround, Israel will have to move on without Ariel Sharon. Bob Schieffer spoke to Middle East expert and "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon on the likely fallout.

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Violent Day In Iraq

On one of the deadliest days in Iraq in months, suicide bombers and insurgent gunmen killed at least 125 Iraqis, and five Americans died in a roadside bombing. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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K Street Corruption?

The lobbying industry has grown over the years. As Gloria Borger reports, in light of the Jack Abramoff scandal, many in Washington are wondering how the business of money and power will change.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Miners' final hours, violent day in Iraq and the next big thing?

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Israel After Sharon

Daniel Kurtzer, a former Ambassador to Israel, discusses the country's political landscape without Ariel Sharon.

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Abramoff To 'Name Names'

High-powered lobbyist Jack Abramoff agreed to "name names" as part of a plea deal in one of the biggest congressional corruption investigations in years. Analyst Amy Walter speaks with Harry Smith.

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Sharon Clings To Life

Israel Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in serious but stable condition according to Hadassah Hospital officials after suffering a massive stroke. David Hawkins reports.

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W.Va. Gov. On Mining Tragedy

West Virginia Gov. Joe Machin speaks with Harry Smith about the death of 12 of the 13 tapped miners. Machin also discusses the confusion over reports of the initial death toll.

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Corruption At The Capitol

Jack Abramoff, the lobbyist and traveling buddy of ex-House Republican leader Tom Delay, pled guilty to several charges, which may signal the beginning of a major corruption scandal.

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Reporter On Bush Spy Scandal

James Risen, the New York Times reporter who broke the story on President Bush's eavesdropping scandal, discusses his new book "State of War," which expounds on why the government started the program.

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