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Monday, January 9, 2006

Specter On Ideology, Abortion

CBS News RAW: Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., spoke about the impact of a shift in the Supreme Court judicial philosophy and Judge Samuel Alito's stance on abortion.

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Doctors Clear Cheney

Vice President Dick Cheney was taken to the hospital in the middle of the night after complaining of shortness of breath, but doctors have cleared him. Susan Roberts reports.

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Battle Looms Over Alito

On Capitol Hill, the battle begins over the president's pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Meg Oliver reports on the Samuel Alito confirmation hearings.

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Cheney Expected To Recover

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the health of Vice President Dick Cheney, who is expected to recover. His latest incident is not related to previous heart troubles.

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Bush On Supreme Court Nominee

CBS News RAW: After breakfast with his Supreme Court nominee, Samuel Alito, President Bush discussed his reasons for choosing the New Jersey judge. Senate confirmation hearings begin today.

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Bombers Hit Iraq Compound

CBS News RAW: Two suicide bombers posing as police attacked the Interior Ministry compound in Baghdad, Iraq, killing 29 people. In Baqouba, a car bomb killed two people.

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Sharon Shows Slight Upturn

Only On The Web: David Hawkins reports from Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, where Ariel Sharon's doctors are determining if he suffered any brain damage.

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Sharon Shows Some Response

Dr. Shlomo Mor-Yosef, of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, said that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon had moved on his own while recovering from a coma, but that his condition is still severe and critical.

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Belafonte Calls Bush Terrorist

CBS News RAW: On a trip to Valenzuela, singer/activist Harry Belafonte praised President Hugo Chavez and his people and called President Bush a terrorist and a tyrant.

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Alito- No Agendas

CBS News RAW: Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito said today that he would carry out his duties under the constitution and that no persons were above or below the law.

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Alito Faces Tough Questions

The Senate Judiciary Committee has started hearings on the president's pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Samuel Alito will face tough questions, reports Meg Oliver.

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A Miner's Life

Only On The Web: West Virginia remembered three men who died as a result of a mine explosion. Randall Pinkston says the community will regroup and go back to their dangerous jobs.

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Bush On No Child Left Behind

CBS News RAW: President Bush was on hand at an elementary school in Glen Burnie, Md., to talk about the initiatives of the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Alito On The Hill

The niceties abounded on Capitol Hill as Senate confirmation hearings opened for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito. But tough questions on security and abortion are sure to come, Jim Stewart reports.

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DeLay's Abramoff Ties

First Jack Abramoff pled guilty. Then Tom DeLay gave up his leadership seat. All this has left Republicans taking about "reform," Gloria Borger reports.

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Market Boost Shows Recovery

The stock market soared to the highest point since before the September 11th attacks. Ted Weisberg tells Bob Schieffer that this high is a good sign for the future.

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'Munich's' Eric Bana

In Steven Spielberg's "Munich," Eric Bana stars in a controversial but critically acclaimed new drama, which follows the aftermath of 1972 Olympic terrorist attack. Harry Smith speaks with the actor.

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'Hostel' Slays Box Office Foes

The horror flick "Hostel," about buddies who get caught in a chamber of torture while backpacking in Europe, grossed $20.1 million, beating "King Kong" and "The Chronicles of Narnia."

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A Personal Look At Alito

With confirmation hearings set to begin for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, CBS News' Thalia Assuras visits his hometown in New Jersey to find out more about the nominee.

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Prince William- Army Recruit

Prince William, 23, has started a stint in the army as a recruit at Sandhurst Academy. It's a road his brother Prince Harry is already on, reports Mark Phillips.

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Alito Confirmation Hearings

Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito will be in the hot seat on Capitol Hill today as his Senate confirmation hearings begin. Legal analyst Jan Crawford Greenburg speaks with Harry Smith.

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Schwarzenegger, Son In Crash

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his 12-year-old son are recovering from a motorcycle accident after they collided with a vehicle near their home. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Alito Hearings Set To Begin

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito may face a bruising confirmation hearing process as his nomination is expected to touch off a contentious battle along party lines. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Cheney Hospitalized Briefly

Vice President Dick Cheney was taken to the hospital for shortness of breath, and White House officials caution that it has nothing to do with his history of heart trouble. Bill Plante reports.

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Alito's High School Years

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras visits Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's hometown in New Jersey. She stops by his old high school and speaks with one of his former teachers, Elaine Tarr.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's Stories: An exclusive look at the new "Survivor: Panama, Exile Island" cast, a teen who survived a freak sledding accident, and Prince William becomes an army recruit.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's banner year, a federal court upholding Martha Stewart's conviction charges, and Howard Stern's debut on Sirius satellite radio.

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Schwarzenegger Discusses Crash

CBS News RAW: California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger explained what happened to him and his son when his Harley Davidson collided with a vehicle.

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Drug May Have Affected Cheney

Vice President Dick Cheney's hospitalization was likely the result of a common heart drug that millions of people take everyday. Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.

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Liberal Values in Britain

CBS News contributor Petrie Hosken considers the recent resignation of Charles Kennedy, former leader of the Liberal Democrats in Britain.

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What Will Alito Face?

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen predicts what Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito will face in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Alito on the Hill, journalist kidnapped in Iraq and anxiety in the auto aisles.

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Preview Of Alito Hearings

Face the Nation's Bob Schieffer discussed the Alito hearings, wiretapping and the Abramoff pleas with Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.).

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Medically Induced Comas

Both rescued West Virginia miner Randal McCloy Jr. and Israel's Ariel Sharon have had medically induced comas. CBS News' Tony Guida explains the procedure.

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The Alito Questions

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito will face fierce questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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