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Thursday, January 26, 2006

'Big Momma' Film Premiere

CBS News RAW: Martin Lawrence returns to the big screen, reprising his role as an FBI agent who goes undercover in "Big Momma's House 2."

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Shuttle Columbia Disaster

This Week In History: Thousands witnessed debris fall from the sky as Space Shuttle Columbia tried to reenter Earth's orbit. CBS News Bob McNamara reports.

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Signs Of Columbia Trouble

This Week In History: CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports on the hours before the destruction of Space Shuttle Columbia on February 1, 2003.

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The Columbia Crew

This Week In History: Mika Brzezinski takes a look at the men and women of Space Shuttle Columbia who were extraordinary in life but met a tragic end on February 1, 2003.

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The Columbia Crew

This Week In History: CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports on the hours before the destruction of Space Shuttle Columbia on February 1, 2003.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the auto industry could take the drivers seat on Wall Street today with GM expected to report a loss, and the housing market is still fizzling.

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No IRS Immunity For Hatch

Richard Hatch's attorney John MacDonald speaks with Harry Smith, along with Rupert Boneham, who competed against the original "Survivor" winner on "Survivor: All Stars."

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'Survivor' Didn't Outwit IRS

Richard Hatch may have been able to outwit and outplay his "Survivor" rivals, but a real-life jury sent the reality TV show champ to prison for trying to outsmart the IRS. Melinda Murphy reports.

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Analysis Of Hamas Victory

Some say the Hamas victory in the Palestinian election may be a serious blow to the Middle East peace process. Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution, speaks with Harry Smith.

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Tracking Terrorists, Citizens

President Bush says Osama Bin Laden's latest threat to America is serious, and illustrates why spying on citizens without a warrant is important. Bill Plante reports.

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Prince Harry May Serve In Iraq

Prince Harry will join one of London's oldest and most prestigious units, making him eligible to serve in Iraq. Harry, 21, is third in line to the British Throne.

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Congress Eyes 9/11 Health Czar

Thousands of first responders at Ground Zero on 9/11 are now sick. Sharyn Alfonsi reports that members of Congress are calling for the creation of a health czar to address the issue.

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Palestinians Elect Hamas

The militant Islamic group Hamas has won a decisive victory in the Palestinian election, which some see a possible setback for peace in the Middle East. David Hawkins reports.

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A New Era

Only On The Web: For the first time an Islamic militant group has won an election in the Mideast. David Hawkins reports on reactions in Gaza City.

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Many Faces Of One

Artist Erin Crowe has made more than fifty portraits of Alan Greenspan. What surprises her most, she tells Anthony Mason, isn't just the reaction to her work, but the demand for it as well.

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Drug Tunnel Found

CBS News RAW: Customs agent Michael Unzueta talks about the discovery of a tunnel at the U.S.-Mexico border which was filled with marijuana.

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Bush On Katrina Reconstruction

CBS News RAW: President Bush discussed the rebuilding efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

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Bush Discusses Hamas Victory

CBS News RAW: A day after Palestinians went to the polls, President Bush said the United States would not support political parties that advocate the destruction of Israel.

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Bush- Spy Plan Crucial

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's continuing defense of spying on citizens without a warrant, which the president says is crucial to national security.

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Hamas Victorious In Elections

Charlie D'Agata reports on the Palestinian elections, which gave Islamic militant group Hamas a stunning win. The question is now what will happen to Fatah and the peace process.

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U.S. Denies Kidnap Connection

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer reports on the release of five Iraqi women from prison, which U.S. authorities say has no connection to the demands of Jill Carroll's kidnappers.

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U.S. Will Not Deal With Hamas

Charlie D'Agata reports that the United States is not going to change its position toward Hamas, which it calls a terrorist organization. Hamas now controls the Palestinian Parliament.

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Bush Defends Domestic Spying

In his first press conference of 2006, President Bush addressed the media on several issues including wiretapping, which he says is legal and crucial in the war against terrorism.

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State Of The Union 'Prebuttal'

CBS News RAW: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi laid out the Democrats' agenda at the National Press Club in advance of President Bush's State of the Union address.

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Bush News Conference Analysis

Only On The Web: John Roberts reports on President Bush's press conference, during which he discussed Hamas' victory and defended the domestic spying program.

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Bush On Spying, Hamas, Alito

In President Bush's first press conference of 2006, he discussed Hamas' victory, spying on U.S. citizens without warrants, and Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Bush Denies Knowing Abramoff

When asked about photos of President Bush and Jack Abramoff, the president said he doesn't know the convicted lobbyist.

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Bush- Spy Program's Legal

In a news conference, President Bush commented on domestic spying, including how he's working with the NSA and Congress to ensure the legality of the controversial program.

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Hamas' Big Victory

Hamas' victory in the Palestinian elections will radically change the prospects for peace in the Middle East, and it puts the United States in an awkward position. David Hawkins has more.

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Bush Reacts To Hamas Win

President Bush has promoted democracy in the Middle East, but a victory for Hamas was not what he had in mind. John Roberts reports on the news conference where he addressed that issue among others.

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5 Female Prisoners Released

The U.S. military released five female prisoners in Iraq. But, as Elizabeth Palmer reports, officials insist that it was not in response to the demands of American reporter Jill Carroll's kidnappers.

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Lobbying's Charity Loophole

In this congressional election year, Republicans and Democrats alike are talking about lobbying reform. But, as Gloria Borger reports, they don't want to change everything.

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Portraits Of A Fed Chairman

25-year-old Erin Crowe first painted Alan Greenspan at an arts festival. As Anthony Mason reports, since then she has completed more than fifty portraits of the Fed Chairman.

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Bush Stands By Spying Program

President Bush used his strongest words yet to defend domestic eavesdropping. John Roberts has more on the intense public relations campaign to defend the controversial program.

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Could 9/11 Have Been Stopped?

The former NSA chief said that had the domestic spying program existed prior to Sept. 11, al Qaeda operatives might have been detected. David Martin reports on debate over that claim.

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Palestinians Vote, Hamas Gains

Exit polls from the Palestinian elections show that the Islamic militant group that is dedicated to Israel's destruction did very well. David Hawkins has more on Hamas' strong showing.

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