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Monday, January 16, 2006

HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the government's warning on two common flu drugs, Turkey's efforts to prevent a bird flu outbreak and the NHL's new random drug testing for players.

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First Mission To Last Planet

Only On The Web: Jim Acosta sat down with CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood and NASA Project Scientist Hal Weaver to discuss the impending mission to Pluto.

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Fallout From Airstrikes

Protests are heating up in Pakistan, where a reported U.S. missile attack killed at least 17 villagers. As Aleen Sirgany reports, protesters are demanding U.S. troops leave Afghanistan immediately.

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Afghan Army Convoy Bombed

CBS News RAW: A bomb hit a convoy of Afghan army trucks full of troops as they were driving through the southern city of Kandahar. Officials report four people were killed and 16 wounded.

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Race In America

Steve Kroft spoke to Georgia State Representative Tyrone Brooks about the progress that has been made in race relations since he marched with Martin Luther King during the civil rights movement.

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Honoring Martin Luther King

The nation pauses today to honor Dr. Martin Luther King. From the Atlanta church where he once preached to Washington, leaders are asking Americans to live up to his ideals. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Tanker Truck Fire In NYC

CBS News RAW: A tanker truck carrying 8,000 gallons of fuel overturned on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in New York City exploding in flames. The expressway is closed in both directions.

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Ray Allen Loses Latest Appeal

Clarence Ray Allen, California's oldest condemned inmate, moved a step closer to his execution date when a federal appeals court dismissed one of his final appeals. KPIX's Eric Alvarez reports.

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Bush Pays Tribute To MLK, Jr.

CBS News RAW: President Bush remembered the late Martin Luther King, Jr., as the nation marks the birthday of America's best-known civil rights leader.

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Progress In Race Relations?

Georgia State Representative Tyrone Brooks marched with Dr. Martin Luther King during the civil rights campaigns of the 1960's. He spoke with Steve Kroft about race-related issues.

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New Blip In Medicare Drug Plan

The Bush administration admits that hundreds of thousands may have been left out of the new Medicare drug plan. As Bill Plante reports, it has ordered emergency steps to get prescriptions filled.

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Criticism Of Iran Continues

U.S. and European diplomats agreed to press Iran on suspending its nuclear program. But as Richard Roth reports, they decided not to put the dispute before the Security Council, for the time being.

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Tracking An Al Qaeda Leader

U.S. intelligence analysts are exhausting every effort to track al Qaeda's second in command, Ayman al-Zawahiri. As Jim Stewart reports, they are studying his own videotapes to help with the task.

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Pakistan Airstrike Aftermath

Pakistani officials say that U.S. airstrikes in a small village missed their al Qaeda targets and killed at least 17 civilians. As David Martin reports, U.S. officials are telling a different story.

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Protests Erupt Over Airstrikes

Anti-American protests broke out over the alleged U.S airstrike that killed at least 17 people in Pakistan. As Joie Chen reports, officials now doubt that al Qaeda's Ayman Al Zawahri was among them.

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The Hamas Effect

From Israel, David Hawkins reports on concerns that Hamas could make significant gains in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The U.S. and the European Union are concerned about the outcome.

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Iran Defends Nuclear Program

Iran again defended its right to resume its nuclear research and development program. The country's economy minister said any sanctions would prove dire for the west. Richard Roth reports.

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