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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Apple Unveils 'Photocasting'

CBS News RAW: At the annual MacWorld conference, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the company's latest software called "Photocasting," which enables users to share photos over the Internet.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the end of the Dow Jones five-day winning streak, Apple and the MacWorld Expo and Home Depot's purchase of Hughes Supply for $3.5 billion.

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Hearing Loss Remedies

More than 28 million people in this country have some degree of hearing loss and the number is growing as the baby boomer generation gets older. Dr. Anil Lalwani discusses some remedies.

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How Far Will The Dow Rise?

The Dow closed above 11,000 for the first time since 2001. Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist for Charles Schwab, discusses the milestone and what it means for investors on "The Early Show."

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Gov. Schwarzenegger's Fat Lip

We all know the Terminator could take a hit, but the Governator isn't flinching, either. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made light of a motorcycle accident he and his 12-year-old son were in on Jan. 8.

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Questioning Of Alito Begins

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito takes the hot seat today. Firing off questions for the first time, the Senate Judiciary committee is expected to hit hard on key issues. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Baby Noor Undergoes Surgery

A tiny Iraqi girl, known as baby Noor, has become a symbol of hope from Iraq. She was discovered by U.S. soldiers and underwent surgery for a birth defect on Jan. 9, reports Jim Acosta.

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Dow Reaches Pre-9/11 Mark

The Dow closed above the 11,000 mark for the first time since before the Sept. 11 attacks. Susan McGinnis reports on rising stock prices from the New York Stock Exchange.

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Tough Questions For Alito

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito faced questioning from senators on tough topics such as abortion and the limits of presidential power. Gloria Borger has more.

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Bird Flu In Turkey

At least 15 people have contracted bird flu in Turkey. Officials say the outbreak is being contained, but as Mark Phillips reports, there are fears that this is another step toward a global epidemic.

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Bird Flu Threat In U.S.?

There are still no signs of bird flu anywhere in the United States. But Elizabeth Kaledin spoke to one of the world's leading experts on the disease, who said that might change.

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Curtailing CEO Excess

The new head of the SEC wants to give investors information on the total compensation that top executives receive from their companies. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Altio- Calm And Stoic

CBS News legal analyst Andrew Cohen explains how Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito handled his first day in the hot seat on Capitol Hill.

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Straw- Iran Violates Pact

CBS News RAW: Foreign Secretary Jack Straw spoke out about Iran's resumption of nuclear research program, which is in violation of the Paris Agreement.

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Search For Journalist In Iraq

The search continues in Iraq for an American journalist kidnapped in Baghdad. So far, no one has claimed responsibility for Jill Carroll's abduction, reports Charlie D'Agata.

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Sharon Still Critical, Stable

CBS News RAW: Hadassah Hospital's Dr. Shlomo Mor-Yosef said Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was showing slight improvement, but that his condition is still "severe, critical and stable."

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Bush- 3 Goals For Iraq In 2006

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed the Veterans of Foreign Wars, saying his three goals for Iraq in 2006 are democracy, security and reconstruction.

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Senators Grill Alito On Views

The man President Bush tapped to replace Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court faced a barrage of questions from senators on his past opinions. Meg Oliver reports on Samuel Alito's second day.

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Sen. Kennedy Challenges Alito

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass, quoted Alito's 1985 Justice Department application on his belief "in the supremacy of the elected branches of government." Alito said he didn't mean it literally.

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Schumer Unimpressed With Alito

CBS News RAW: Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., stated that Samuel Alito has not responded in a concrete manner to any of the specific issues, and has said nothing different from other jurists.

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Sen. Hatch Impressed By Alito

CBS News RAW: During a break in the confirmation hearings, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said Samuel Alito is a brilliant jurist and understands the role and philosophy of being a judge.

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Alito On Presidential Power

Sen. Patrick Leahy quizzed Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito about his views on presidential power. Alito maintained that "the president has to follow the Constitution and laws."

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Alito's Second Day

On the second day of his confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito faced questions on issues such as abortion and presidential power. Meg Oliver reports.

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Alito Discusses Abortion

CBS News RAW: During his Senate Confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito said he would approach cases involving a woman's right to abortion with an "open mind."

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Challenging 1st Day For Alito

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras reports on Judge Samuel Alito's first day before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where party lines were clearly drawn on the Supreme Court nominee.

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DeLay And Abramoff

CBS News RAW: Video obtained by CBS News shows Jack Abramoff praising Tom DeLay as the man many want to "grow up to be."

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Judging Alito's Performance

Only On The Web: CBS News legal analyst Andrew Cohen evaluates Judge Samuel Alito's performance in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee as the first day of the hearings came and went.

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Leahy- Need More Info On Alito

CBS News RAW: Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., discusses the importance of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.

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