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Friday, January 6, 2006

Sharon Back In Surgery

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has been rushed back to the emergency room this morning for surgery. Alan Pizzey reports from Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that IBM has cut its traditional pension plan, Wall Street made gains once again, Starbucks sales jumped 22 percent in December, and Toshiba to release HD-DVD in March.

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MedDay

Melissa McDermott reports that U.S. chicken producers will test chicken flocks for bird flu, pregnant women taking vitamin D may stem osteoporosis, Down Syndrome more common than previously thought.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Search for mine blast answers, jobs rise, but not stability and Google getting bigger.

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Jobs Rise, But Not Stability

Thousands of new jobs have been created in a recent surge in job growth. But, as Anthony Mason reports, new jobs often don't come with the extras they used to: pensions, insurance or even stability.

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Sharon's Stroke Resonates

Israelis and Palestinians have very mixed opinions of what effects Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's recent stroke will have on the Mideast peace process. Allen Pizzey surveys the scene around Israel.

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Medicare Mix Ups

Ever since the new Medicare law was passed, critics have complained that it would lead to confusion. Wyatt Andrews reports that the prediction rang true for many seniors this week.

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DNA Test After Execution

The state of Virginia is using DNA testing to review the case of a man who was executed 13 years ago. Jim Stewart has the story of Roger Keith Coleman.

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Rocky Start For Benefits

Web Exclusive: As Wyatt Andrews reports, across the country pharmacies and patients alike are experiencing headaches as people make the transition into the new medicare drug plan.

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'Enemy Combatant' In Court

Jose Padilla was released from a military brig Jan. 5and taken by armed guard to court in Miami. He has been held without charges for over three years, reports Brian Andrews.

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Worrying Over Sharon

Web Exclusive: Dan Raviv says the reason why Americans and the media are so focused on Ariel Sharon's health is because we're really interested in the condition of the world.

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Sharon's Brain Scans Improve

After a second emergency surgery, Israel Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in stable but serious condition. Doctors say there is significant improvement in his brain scans. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Sharon Shows Improvement

Dr. Shlomo Mor-Yosef, director of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem where Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is being treated, reported that the Israeli leader is showing significant improvement.

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Sharon Concerns White House

Web Exclusive: John Roberts reports from the White House, where there is a great deal of concern over Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's health and how it could affect the peace process.

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Carnage In Iraq

It has been an extremely deadly day in Iraq. At least 130 people have been killed, including five U.S. soldiers. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Mideast Peace Linked To Sharon

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon remains in serious but stable condition after suffering a stroke. Many are concerned that his health will hinder the peace process, reports Claudia Coffey.

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