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Monday, January 23, 2006

Senate Opens Mining Hearings

As two communities grieve over mine deaths this month, a hearing at Capitol Hill discussed mine safety and West Virginia lawmakers voted to improve safety standards. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Palestinian Election Worries

While most of the world considers Hamas a terrorist group, locally they are respected for fighting Israel and running a campaign against government corruption. David Hawkins reports.

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Veteran Candidates

Of a dozen post-Sept. 11 veterans signed up to run for Congress, 10 of them are Democrats running against the Iraq war. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Hurricane Forces Migration

When Hurricane Mitch pummeled residents south of the border, many took to the rails in a desperate search for jobs and hope. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Roe V. Wade Rally In D.C.

The debate surrounding abortion and right to life advocates reached Washington, D.C. as thousands of anti-abortion protesters gathered in the nation's capital. Meg Oliver reports.

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Senate Seeks Mine Safety Laws

Following two recent deadly coal mine tragedies in West Virginia, a Senate subcommittee held hearings on how to make the underground industry safer. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Vets Push Anti-War Platform

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod interviews Paul Hackett, an Iraq war veteran, who is running for a U.S. Senate seat on an anti-war platform.

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Hearings On Mine Safety

In the wake of two deadly mining tragedies, hearings are under way on Capitol Hill to improve safety for workers. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Vet Supports Bush's War Policy

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod speaks with Van Taylor, a war veteran, who supports President Bush's decision to go to Iraq and who is now running on the same platform.

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Russia Accuses U.K. Of Spying

The Russian government is leveling spying charges against Britain after officials accused diplomats of hiding a device in a fake rock to get information. Beth Knobel reports.

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Mr. President, You Were Right

CBS News RAW: During a question-and-answer period of President Bush's war on terror speech at Kansas State Univ., a member of the crowd enthusiastically endorsed his decision to go to Iraq.

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Hope Lingers For U.S. Hostage

Charlie D'Agata reports that there's still no word on the fate of journalist Jill Carroll, who has been held hostage in Iraq for 16 days. Meanwhile, insurgents are not letting up in their attacks.

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Former Hostage On Kidnapping

In Iraq, the deadline for kidnapped journalist Jill Carroll has passed, but there is no word on her fate. Harry Smith speaks with a man who knows what Carroll is going through.

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Counselor On Hostage, Abramoff

Hannah Storm speaks with White House counselor Dan Bartlett on issues such as U.S. hostage Jill Carroll, Osama bin Laden's tape, and photos of President Bush with Jack Abramoff.

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Bush, Abramoff Connection?

Although President Bush says he doesn't recall meeting convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff, the two have reportedly turned up in photos together. Joie Chen reports.

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Wall Street Worries

Stocks in Tokyo lost more than two percent, and Ford is expected to cut at least 25,000 jobs. Susan McGinnis is at the New York Stock Exchange with more on the market turmoil.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's stories: A family turns their pain into something positive; the target of a courthouse shooting discusses the man who pulled the trigger; a girl uses the Internet to find her father.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Ford will announce 25,000 job cuts, Wall Street will try to bounce back from an ugly week, and Google stocks fall after being sued by the Justice Department.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports that U.S. health experts are in the Middle East investigating bird flu deaths, eating soy doesn't prevent heart disease, and bedbugs have descended on New York City.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Reinventing Ford, Bush defends domestic spying and spy scandal rocks Russia.

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Iran's Nuclear Stand

Charles Ferguson, from the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses Iran's nuclear program and what steps the United States should take next.

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Stein- Not Big Oil's Fault

Soaring oil prices are to blame for the recent stock market plunge, but is it really the big oil companies' fault. In the opinion of Ben Stein, they're not the ones to blame.

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Osama, Iraq, Iran & Spying

Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., joined "Face The Nation" to discuss the latest Osama Bind Laden tape, the Iraq war, Iran's nuclear program and eavesdropping.

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Schieffer On Political Candor

Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer discusses political candor, following Paul Bremer's admission in a new book that troop levels in Iraq were inadequately low.

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