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Saturday, January 28, 2006

State Of The Union Preview

Michael Duffy, Time magazine's assistant managing editor, offers a preview of President Bush's State of the Union speech, which comes at a time when his approval rating stands at 42 percent.

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Dr. Zahar In His Own Words

Only On The Web: In an extended exclusive interview, Dr. Mahmound Zahar explains to Mike Wallace the misconception surrounding Hamas and the Israelis as peace partners.

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No Word On Four Hostages

There's still no word on the fate of four peace activists being held captive by kidnappers who threatened to kill the men unless authorities release all Iraqi prisoners. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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British Pol Wins Over No Fans

Richard Roth reports on George Galloway, a British lawmaker who denied a connection to Saddam Hussein, and is now facing heat at home for participating in the British version of "Big Brother."

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What Worries Bill Clinton?

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland former President Bill Clinton described some of his worries in the world today including climate change and situation in Iraq.

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New Tape Of Christian Hostages

New video of four Christian peace activists kidnapped in Iraq was broadcast on Al-Jazeera television. The kidnappers threatened to kill them unless all Iraqi prisoners are released from U.S. prisons.

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WEF On Iran's Nuclear Program

CBS News RAW: The World Economic Forum turned its eye towards politics and the Middle East with visitors and leaders focusing on Iran's push to develop nuclear power.

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Palestinian Election Analysis

Fouad Ajami, a Middle East expert and professor of international relations at John Hopkins University, offers analysis of the turmoil in the Gaza Strip following Hamas' election victory.

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Palestinian Election Fallout

David Hawkins reports on the violence that is taking place in Gaza City after angry Fatah activists sought the resignation of Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas following Hamas' stunning victory.

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Dad Steps In For Military Mom

An unprecedented number of women are on the front lines in the battle for Iraq, which means more families are dealing with a different kind of working mother. Weekend Journal visits one such family.

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Autoworkers Turn To Jobs Bank

Under a program called "Jobs Bank," automobile workers, who are laid off can still continue to receive wages and benefits. As Jim Acosta reports, this plan does not come cheap to Detroit automakers.

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Remembering Seven Astronauts

At Cape Canaveral, Fla., a memorial service was held in honor of the seven astronauts who died in the Challenger space shuttle tragedy 20 years ago. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Hamas Leader Speaks Out

In an exclusive interview, Mike Wallace of "60 Minutes" spoke with Dr. Mahmound Zahar, a leader and co-founder of Hamas, about the recent Palestinian election and potential peace talks with Israel.

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Health Care Is Not An Option

Many Americans are without health care because they can't afford it, but others are deciding not to get it. As Trish Regan reports, a potential law may force Mass. citizens to choose a health plan.

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Fatah Wants No Part Of Hamas

In Gaza City, the turmoil following the Palestinian election is causing tension among members of the Fatah party, who want Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas to resign immediately. David Hawkins reports.

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Bush On Politics In Washington

President Bush tells Bob Schieffer one of his biggest disappointments is that it seems like everything is run through the prism of zero sum politics.

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Challenger Remembered

Twenty years ago President Reagan addressed the nation and saluted the seven astronauts who died in the Space Shuttle Challenger tragedy. Byron Pitts reports on memories that remain fresh for some.

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Bush On Energy Independence

President Bush tells Bob Schieffer that he supports promoting and actively advancing new energy technologies so that the U.S. can become independent from foreign sources of oil.

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