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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Israel's Wall Debate

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's departure from the scene leaves Israel with many unresolved problems. Allen Pizzey reports on one of them: the controversial West Bank wall.

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Medicare Maze

Many elderly people have been lost in the maze of the government's new Medicare prescription program. Wyatt Andrews has the story of some seniors who thought they'd done everything right.

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Google Agrees To Censorship

In exchange for access to the gigantic Chinese market, Google has agreed to censor Internet search results that China's government doesn't like. Vince Gonzales has more.

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Medicare- New Complications

Web Exclusive: Wyatt Andrews reports the new medicare drug benefit plan has left the family of an Alzheimer's patient struggling.

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Bush Defends Domestic Spying

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke at the National Security Agency, where he defended the controversial program that allows the government to spy on citizens without a warrant.

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Bush Briefs Senators On Iraq

A bipartisan group of senators met with President Bush for a briefing on Iraq. Sens. Barak Obama, D-Ill., Jim DeMint, R-S.C., and Trent Lott, R-Miss, commented on the meeting.

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Alito Debate Underway

The Senate opened debate on Samuel Alito and the Republican party hopes that the Supreme Court nominee will be confirmed before President Bush's State of the Union speech. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Frist To Dems- Confirm Alito

CBS News RAW: Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., asked his Democratic colleagues to endorse Judge Samuel Alito for the Supreme Court.

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'Always Optimistic'

Afif Safieh, the head of the PLO mission to the United States, talks with Bob Schieffer about democracy in action, the power given to Hamas and peace with Israel.

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Rumsfeld On Iraq Troop Levels

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discussed troop levels in Iraq.

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Palestinian Election

Web Exclusive: Palestinians cast votes in their first parliamentary election in a decade. Charlie D'Agata reports from London on what Palestinians are calling a festival of democracy.

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Palestinians Go To Polls

Only On The Web: David Hawkins reports that Palestinians cast ballots in their first parliament election in a decade. The ruling Fatah Party and the Islamic militant Hamas are vying for power.

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U.S. Official Meets Panda

CBS News RAW: U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick had the privilege of getting up close and personal with some of China's giant pandas at a conservation center in Sicuan province.

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Fatah Contending With Hamas

Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah party faces a major political test against the Islamic militant group Hamas, as Palestinians head to the polls to elect a new government. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush Takes Spying Case To NSA

Bill Plante reports that President Bush will be taking his domestic spying case to the National Security Agency, which runs the program.

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Spying On Americans

President Bush says the government has the right to spy on citizens without a warrant. Bay Buchanan and Katrina vanden Heuvel debate the issue.

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McCain On Spying, Abramoff

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks with Julie Chen about President Bush's domestic spying program, the lobbyist scandal and the Samuel Alito hearings.

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Pope Benedict's 1st Encyclical

Pope Benedict XVI's first encyclical praises sexuality and desire as part of a greater spiritual love in marriage. Alan Pizzey reports.

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Senate To Debate Alito

Samuel Alito's path to the Supreme Court seems assured, but Democrats are still expected to wage a fight against the nominee on the Senate floor during a full debate. Gloria Borger reports.

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Domestic Spying Debate

As Congress is set to hold a hearing on President Bush's domestic surveillance program, the administration continues to defend the plan as a weapon in the war on terrorism. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Disney's acquisition of Steve Jobs' Pixar animation, the new CW television network and an upcoming home re-sales report for 2005.

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Google Goes To China

Only On The Web: Larry Magid analyzes Google's launch of a Chinese language search engine and its agreement with China's government to censor some of its search results.

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What's To Come?

With the Palestinian elections taking place today, Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo looks ahead at what may result from them.

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Big Shift in Future

Afif Safieh, head of the PLO Mission to the United States, discusses why the Palestinian elections are important to the future of not only the Palestinians, but the Israelis as well.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Bush stands by spying program, Palestinians vote, Hamas gains, Israel's wall debate and Medicare maze.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Alito nomination goes forward, White House's Katrina warning and animal stars.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the FDA's approval of a diet drug to be made available over the counter, another mad cow disease case in Canada, and Turkey's fight against the bird flu.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's reaction to Ford Motor's turnaround plan, the Supreme Court's refusal to rehear the Blackberry case, and Disney's plan to sell ABC Radio.

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