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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

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Wednesday: Qaeda members believed killed, American reporter still held and giving up car keys for safety.

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Rice- Iran Out Of Step

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice depicted Iran as out of step with the rest of the Mideast and said that its recent decision to remove seals on its nuclear plant was troubling.

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Bush On Saddam's Victims

CBS News RAW: President Bush met with several victims who say they were tortured or abused during Saddam Hussein's reign. Bush also spoke about progress made since the Iraqi dictator's fall.

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Saudi Prince Discusses Reforms

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar interviews Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al Faisal on many issues such as women's rights, election reform and the war in Iraq.

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Kin Begs For Reporter's Life

Friends and family of kidnapped journalist Jill Carroll anxiously await word of her fate after al-Jazeera showed a videotape of her in custody and under a death threat. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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U.S. Hostage Threatened

Elizabeth Palmer reports on hostage Jill Carroll, whose captors are demanding the release of all women in U.S. custody in Iraq. They say the United States has 72 hours to comply or they will kill her.

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High Court Ducks Abortion Case

The Supreme Court has avoided a major ruling on an abortion case. As Aleen Sirgany reports, the justices unanimously decided to give New Hampshire a chance to save its parental notification law.

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U.S. Markets Down

The Dow and the NASDAQ closed lower today because of a sell off in technology. But, as Trish Regan reports, at least U.S. markets didn't see a drop like the Nikkei in Japan.

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Qaeda Members Believed Killed

U.S. officials say that the attack on a village in Pakistan apparently missed the man they were after but did kill some of the top commanders, including a master bomb-maker. David Martin has more.

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American Reporter Still Held

American journalist Jill Carroll is being held under a death threat in Iraq. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, her editor at the Christian Science Monitor, appealed to her kidnappers to set her free.

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Alleged Eco-Terrorists Held

Three alleged eco-terrorists are being held without bail by a federal court in Sacramento. As Jerry Bowen reports, the FBI says the arrests may have prevented several potentially deadly attacks.

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The Abramoff Effect

Tuesday, Republicans announced plans to reform the lobbying industry, and Wednesday the Democrats tried to match them. But as Gloria Borger reports, they may be sidestepping a major problem.

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High Court Sidesteps Abortion

Legal analyst Jan Crawford Greenberg discusses the Supreme Court, which today side-stepped a final decision on New Hampshire's law requiring parental notification for a minor's abortion.

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Porous Border For Insurgents?

U.S. intelligence believes many bomb builders in Iraq are foreigners who entered the country through porous borders. Sheila MacVicar has an exclusive report on the Saudi border.

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Tracking Insurgent Bombs

FBI technicians using breakthrough forensic techniques have made major strides in identifying where homemade bombs in Iraq are coming from and who is making them. Jim Stewart reports.

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NSA Spying Faces Lawsuits

Two civil liberties groups filed lawsuits against President Bush and the NSA, seeking to stop the agency from spying on Americans. As John Roberts reports, the White House is standing by the program.

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Lobbying Reform

When lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty to bribery-related charges, legislators raced to sever connections with him. Gloria Borger reports on a new proposal to change the rules of lobbying.

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