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Sunday, January 8, 2006

All In The Royal Family

Accompanied by his father, Prince Charles, Prince Williams arrived to the Royal Military Academy to start his military service.

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Pope's Attacker To Be Released

Mehmet Ali Agca, the gunman who wounded Pope John Paul II, is to be released from prison. CBS News' Mika Brzezinski reports.

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Presidential Power

Presidential power is a likely flashpoint in the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito. CBS News' Mika Brzezinski examines the newest battle in constitutional dispute.

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American Troops Killed In Iraq

The battle for Iraq took a deadly turn for U.S. forces this weekend. Twelve Americans died in a Black Hawk helicopter crash and five Marines died in separate attacks. CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Sean Penn Jabs At White House

Cindy Sheehan and the group Move America Forward was joined by some Hollywood star power in Sacramento. KOVR's Serene Branson reports the actor Sean Penn spoke at the anti-war forum.

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Prayers For Sharon

Hospital officials said that the swelling in Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's brain has eased and that his vital signs are stable. But as Meg Oliver reports, his life is still in danger.

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Sharon Still In Coma

Web Exclusive: Allen Pizzey reports from Jerusalem, where hospital officials say that their aim is to save Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's life.

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Inadequate Body Armor?

The Pentagon has shown for the first time how the lack of improved body armor in Iraq is likely costing the lives of U.S. troops. As Alexis Christoforous reports, dozens who died didn't have to.

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