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Sunday, January 22, 2006

Chaos In Iraq

It was another deadly day in Iraq as over a dozen people were killed and 23 bodies were found in a shallow grave. Alison Harmelin reports on the violence and on the fate of reporter Jill Carroll.

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Swiss Guards Honored By Pope

CBS News RAW: In a special ceremony held at Vatican City, Pope Benedict XVI thanked the Swiss Guards for their 500 years of service for protecting the pontiffs.

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Students Clash With Police

CBS News RAW: Riot police armed with batons and tear gas clashed with college students in Kathmandu, Nepal, over anti-government protests demanding the resignation of King Gyanendra.

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Idol'- The Christian Way

American Idol type auditions were held in San Antonio, Tex., to find the next Christian music superstar. Bridget Smith of San Antonio CBS affiliate KENS reports.

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Outing Biased Professors

An independent alumni association at the UCLA has offered rewards of up to $100 for students willing to out politically biased professors, who may actively promote extreme views. Jerry Bowen reports.

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Coal Mine Safety Overhaul

A Senate subcommittee begins hearings Monday on how to make mining safer. But West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin isn't waiting for the hearings to take action. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Oil's Impact On The Economy

Although economic growth has been relatively strong, the rising price of oil has provoked much uncertainty on Wall Street. Tony Guida reports.

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The Bush-Abramoff Connection

Joie Chen interviews a Time Magazine reporter who says that, despite the White House's assertions that President Bush does not know convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff, photos of the two men does exist.

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Fla. Amends Abortion Law

As the Supreme Court orders New Hampshire to reconsider its parental notification abortion law, Florida recently amended its own version of the law. Randall Pinkston reports.

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A Housing Shortage?

The U.S. Marines are looking for a few good people to travel to Quantico, Va., where vintage houses are free for the taking. Joie Chen reports.

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Forming A New Iraqi Govt.

In Iraq and the U.S., many are awaiting word about the fate of reporter Jill Carroll, but, as Elizabeth Palmer reports, an effort to form a new Iraqi government was also prominent news.

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