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Friday, January 13, 2006

Showdown Looms Over Iran Nukes

Iran is inching closer to a showdown over its nuclear program. As the United States and its allies grow concerned, Iran has threatened to block inspections of its nuclear sites. Meg Oliver reports.

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Iran Nuclear Standoff Grows

President Bush and the new German chancellor called for United Nations intervention, but exactly what could the U.N. do? Bill Plante reports on the latest.

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Murtha On Troop Withdrawal

Could U.S. troops be pulled out of Iraq sooner than people expect? Rep. John Murtha thinks so. Mike Wallace spoke to the Democrat from Pennsylvania for 60 Minutes and shares some of the story.

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A Second Abramoff Victim?

Another domino may be falling in the Jack Abramoff lobbying corruption scandal on Capitol Hill. Gloria Borger has the story of Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio.

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Governments Face Pension Woes

As pensions are slashed in the private sector, government offices are feeling the same squeeze, Trish Regan reports. But due to legal issues, taxpayers will be the ones to feel the pinch.

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Growing Old Behind Bars

As 75-year-old Clarence Allen awaits execution in California, John Blackstone looks at the life of other elderly inmates.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings, Iran's nuclear posturing and Israel's future at a crossroads.

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Alito To Be Confirmed?

Thalia Assuras reports on the final day of questioning for Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito. Assuras says it's likely that he will be confirmed.

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Senators Comment On Alito

After a grilling on Capitol Hill, Judge Samuel Alito appears likely to become the nation's next Supreme Court justice. Republican Sen. Sam Brownback and Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer comment.

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Alito Likely To Be Confirmed

Judge Samuel Alito is likely headed for confirmation as this country's 110th Supreme Court justice. Thursday, the Senate Judiciary committee finished questioning the nominee. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Maryland Law Targets Wal-Mart

A groundbreaking new law in Maryland will force Wal-Mart to pay its workers in the state higher health care benefits. Anthony Mason asks whether other states will follow suit.

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Judge In Waiting

The Senate Judiciary hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito is over. CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses what comes next.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Iran nuclear standoff grows, governments face pension woes and growing old behind bars.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports that the government is looking to reduce the costs of medical research, a new reason why pregnant women shouldn't smoke, and Americans are embracing the overweight.

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Hermit Kingdom Preview

Coming up on "60 Minutes": Dan Rather pays a visit to secretive North Korea. Sunday, 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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The Hermit Kingdom

Rarely visited by westerners, Dan Rather gets a glimpse inside the secretive nation of North Korea, called "the hermit kingdom" by some.

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Rather's Reporter's Notebook

60 Minutes correspondent Dan Rather returned from his trip to North Korea and comments on the government, the quality of life and the many surprises he experienced.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the bird flu in Turkey, a report about U.S. hospitals' ability to handle an emergency crisis, and an article on how Medicare can save $8 billion.

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