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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Rights Groups Sue Over Spying

Civil liberties groups in New York and Detroit have filed the first lawsuits against President Bush's domestic spying program. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Soldier Proposes From Iraq

A soldier's girlfriend received the surprise of a lifetime when her boyfriend proposed to her during a satellite interview on KOTV's "Home Front" series. Ashli Sims reports.

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Mayor Wants 'Chocolate City'

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said Hurricane Katrina was the result of god's wrath and that the Big Easy would once again be a "chocolate city."

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Sen. Lott To Run Again

CBS News RAW: After months of speculation on his future, Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., announced that he would be running for a fourth term.

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Sen. Clinton Takes Aim At Bush

During an event on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., criticized President Bush's administration and the Republican-controlled Congress.

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Mistaken Identity In Iraq Raid

Midnight raids on suspected insurgents are a crucial part of the coalition effort in Iraq; but, when the wrong home is targeted, the innocent suffer. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Pakistan Condemns Air Strike

An air strike in Pakistan that missed its target and killed 17 villagers may have strained its relationship with the United States. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Two Dead In Iraq Copter Crash

The third U.S. helicopter to crash in 10 days has claimed the lives of its pilot and co-pilot in northern Baghdad. Susan Roberts reports on the crash and the ongoing violence in Iraq.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Tracking insurgent bombs, assisted suicide law upheld and classes resume in New Orleans.

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Israel At A Crossroads

Up To The Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo sat down with Dan Gillerman, Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, to discuss political impact of the illness of Ariel Sharon.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on how exercise can help lower the risk of Alzheimer's disease in seniors, the Turkey bird flu crisis and new diet drugs set to hit the market.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that IBM, Intel and Yahoo will release earnings, on inflation at the consumer level, housing starts and consumer sentiment, and Nikon's plan to go all digital.

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Furor Over Domestic Spying

Bill Plante reports on criticism of President Bush's secret domestic spying program. Al Gore called Mr. Bush's actions illegal, and Senator Arlene Specter (R-PA) promised an investigation.

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Gulfport Mayor On Recovery

Harry Smith visits Gulfport, Miss., and spoke with Mayor Brent Warr about the rebuilding efforts, including displaced residents' homes and getting them jobs.

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Tracking Down Al Qaeda

Officials believe an air strike in Pakistan killed top al Qaeda operatives, but don't know if Ayman Al-Zawahiri was among them. Terrorism analyst Peter Bergen comments on tracking down terrorists.

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76-Year-Old Executed

Clarence Ray Allen, a deaf and blind death row inmate, was executed minutes after his 76th birthday. KGPE's Kristine Lazar reports that it took two injections to stop his heart.

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Dems Assail Bush's Spy Plan

President Bush maintains that his spying program is a legitimate tool against terrorism, but many Democrats, including former Vice President Al Gore, contest that it is illegal. Bill Plante reports.

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A New Trial For MacDonald?

A ruling by a court of appeals could get Jeffrey MacDonald, a former army doctor, who's been convicted of brutally murdering his family a new trial. Rene Syler spoke with his consultant.

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Child Identity Theft

More than 400,000 children are victims of identity theft each year. Kids are a target because of their clean record. Susan Koeppen reports on what parents can do to keep their kids' identity safe.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on new earning reports from the industry's tech heavyweights, the Federal Reserve's report card on the economy's health and the American beef industry.

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