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Saturday, January 14, 2006

Attacks Miss Al-Qaeda's No. 2

Source says Al Qaeda's second-in-command was not at the site of a U.S. airstrike. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Return To Earth

If all goes well for NASA, the earth will be heavier Sunday by exactly one teaspoonful of stardust. Jerry Bowen has the latest on a 7-year mission to outer space that is near completion.

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Flu Virus Resistant To 2 Drugs

For first time, the government is telling doctors not to use two very common drugs to treat people who have the flu. Joie Chen has the details.

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Tulane Resumes Classes

More than four months after Hurricane Katrina made them refugees, most of Tulane University's 6,700 undergraduates are back on campus. But will they stay? Trish Regan has the story.

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Who Is Al-Zawahiri?

Russ Mitchell talks to Neil Livingstone, the CEO of an anti-terrorism consulting group based in Washington, about Ayman al-Zawahiri and his role in al Qaeda.

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Airstrike Misses Target

U.S. officials hoped that Ayman al-Zawahiri was among the people killed in the attack but his whereabouts are unknown. Pakistani officials are blasting the U.S. for the attack, reports Richard Roth.

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Uproar Over New BART Ads

There's a new battle involving BART - San Francisco's transportation system - and it has nothing to do with the service. KPIX's Hank Plante reports on the controversy surrounding a new series of ads.

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Bush- Iran Nukes Unacceptable

CBS News RAW: President Bush discussed Iran's talk about developing a nuclear program. He called it unacceptable and says it would be a grave threat to the world.

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Bush Discusses Guantanamo

CBS News RAW: During a press conference, President Bush said there's a misconception about prisoners being held at Guantanamo Bay. He said detentions are necessary.

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Cohen- Alito Seems Like A Lock

Only On The Web: CBS News' legal analyst Andrew Cohen says Samuel Alito is likely to be the next Supreme Court justice. Democrats, says Cohen, misused their time by making political speeches.

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