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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Evening News Online

Thursday: Iran nuclear crisis escalates, DNA and the death penalty and personal info for sale.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that investors are watching Apple's stock after its deal with Intel, the latest U.S. trade deficit numbers, and a survey on soaring bankruptcy filings.

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Turkey's Bird Flu Case

Dr. Emily Senay spoke with Harry Smith about tracking the bird flu. Turkey recently found its first case of the deadly virus. Senay explains how it's being contained.

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Emotions Run High In Hearings

Today is the last day of questioning during Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings, but it's expected to be another tough day. Yesterday, emotions were running high, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Fourth Day Of Alito Hearings

Gloria Borger discusses the political battle that's brewing on both sides of the aisle as Samuel Alito's Supreme Court confirmation hearings head into the final day.

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Iran Nuclear Crisis Escalates

France and Germany have joined the U.S. and Britain in calling for Iran to end its nuclear program. John Roberts spoke exclusively with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the growing concern.

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Alito Confirmation Is Likely

After 18 hours of tough questions at his hearing, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito seems to have done nothing to weaken his support among Republicans, the majority party. Gloria Borger has more.

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Supreme Court's Future

It seems likely that Samuel Alito will be confirmed to the Supreme Court. Legal analyst Jan Crawford Greenburg of the Chicago Tribune has some insights on how that will effect the high court's future.

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DNA And The Death Penalty

This was the day both sides of the capital punishment debate were waiting for - the day when new DNA testing would show whether the state of Virginia executed an innocent man. Jim Stewart reports.

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Iran Had Its 'Chance'

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice explains to CBS News chief White House correspondent John Roberts what kind of threat Iran now poses now.

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Calif. Intelligent Design Flap

The debate between evolution and intelligent design in the classroom has reached Frazier Park, Calif., where parents are suing to stop the teaching of the subject. KCBS/KCAL's Mark Coogan reports.

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Start Of Gulf War

This Week In History: Scott Pelley reports on the first day of Desert Storm in 1991.

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'Dead End ' On Iranian Nukes

Only On The Web: John Roberts explains the United States' position on foreign ministers who reached a "dead end" on negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program.

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Man Who Shot Pope Is Freed

The man who shot Pope John Paul II was released from prison after serving more than 25 years behind bars. Though the pontiff forgave him, Turkish sentiment is quite different. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Secretary Rice On Iran's Nukes

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice voiced concerns over Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's recent comments and desire for a nuclear program.

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Specter On CAP Controversy

CBS News RAW: Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., tried to defuse the controversy about the Concerned Alumni of Princeton group that has dogged Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito during the hearings.

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Alito's Final Day Of Questions

Samuel Alito faces his last round of questioning before the Judiciary Committee, as senators grilled the Supreme Court nominee on matters of life and death. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Alito Discusses War Powers

CBS News RAW: Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., asked Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito when it is appropriate to declare war and if the president needs congressional approval to do so.

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Alito On The Death Penalty

CBS News RAW: On the final day of questioning, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., sought Samuel Alito's view on the death penalty and the "Rule of Four."

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Alito's Final Day Of Questions

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras reports on the final day of questioning for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, following an emotional day in which the judge's wife broke down in tears.

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Strong Showing For Alito

Only On The Web: Legal analyst Andrew Cohen recounts the day's action in the Senate, where Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito deftly answered some questions and deflected others.

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Alito Faces Hardball Questions

Senators grilled Judge Samuel Alito during an intense round of questioning on day three of the confirmation hearings. As Meg Oliver reports, the senators were much more direct in their approach.

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Supreme Court Hears DNA Case

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a death penalty case involving DNA. Drew Levinson reports that the court will decide when new evidence warrants that a case be reopened.

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