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Sunday, January 15, 2006

Evaluating Bush's Spy Program

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., gives her opinion on President Bush's controversial domestic spying program on "Face The Nation."

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Sen. Feinstein On Samuel Alito

The confirmation hearings of Judge Samuel Alito ended with the Supreme Court nominee most likely winning Senate approval. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks about the situation.

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Senators Seek Action On Iran

Senators John McCain, R-Ariz., and Dianne Feinstei, D-Calif., joined "Face The Nation" to speak about the disturbing news concerning Iran's decision to restart its nuclear program.

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MLK Jr.'s Legacy

On a day of national observance, journalist and author Chuck Stone discusses the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and where he sees it going into the future.

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Mixed Opinions On Stardust

Tony Guida reports on Stardust, the NASA probe, which collected the most primitive materials in the solar system, but was the seven-year mission worth the time and money.

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Stardust's Triumphant Return

After a seven-year journey, a NASA space capsule returned safely to Earth with the first stardust, which scientists hope will yield clues to how the solar system formed. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Rep. John Murtha's Exit Plan

Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., says U.S. troops will be out of the Iraq in a matter of months because he believes Congress will pass a withdrawal plan before the midterm elections. Mike Wallace reports.

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Soldier & Canine Pal Reunited

An Air Force sergeant and her military dog injured from a roadside bomb in Iraq were reunited after the president signed off on a provision; but not everyone is in agreement. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Bush- Iran Blackmailing World

The White House thinks Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons. CBS News' Bill Plante reports direct pressure on Iran may be the last option, but Bush wants to show country he is serious.

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