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Sunday, January 29, 2006

The Power Of IED's

From Baghdad, Elizabeth Palmer explains why improvised explosive devices like the kind that seriously injured ABC anchor Bob Woodruff and his cameraman are so lethal.

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Perils Of Reporting In Iraq

Lara Logan discusses the difficulties of covering the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. The area in which ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff was attacked is considered one of Iraq's most dangerous.

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Safecracker Unlocks Treasures

Some World War II treasures were unlocked on board a submarine in New Jersey thanks to a modern day Houdini, who works with just his hands and his senses. Alison Harmelin reports.

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ABC Newsmen Seriously Injured

ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt are fighting for their lives. Both men were seriously injured by a roadside bomb while traveling with troops in Iraq, reports Alison Harmelin.

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Bush On Iran

President Bush told Bob Schieffer that if Iran produces nuclear weapons, this is not an acceptable situation to the United States and the rest of the free world.

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Bush's Plan For Iraq

President Bush reiterated his position on Iraq, which is a mission that the United States will continue to lead even though critics continue to seek a troop withdrawal from the country.

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Bush On Pubic Support For Iraq

President Bush offered his opinion as to why public support for the war in Iraq started to wane. Bush said he was trying to counter that by giving speeches in an effort to educate people on the war.

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Bush On Medicare

President Bush explained the benefits of the new prescription drug benefit for senior citizens that took effect on Jan. 1, 2006. Bush said that Medicare overhaul was long overdue.

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Bush On Public Diplomacy

President Bush offers his opinion about the importance of U.S. public diplomacy especially in the Muslim community, following the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal.

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Bush On Hamas

President Bush tells Bob Schieffer what he expects from Hamas in order for the United States and Israel to consider the militant group a partner in peace talks.

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Bush On Katrina's Impact

Bob Schieffer asked President Bush if the American people may have lost confidence in the federal government following the events of Hurricane Katrina.

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Bush On Politics

President Bush discussed the good and the bad about being head of the executive branch, the future of the Republican party and what he expects to be doing when he finishes his second term.

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Bush On Eavesdropping

In an interview with Bob Schieffer, President Bush defended the domestic surveillance program because he believes this is the best way to protect the American people.

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Bush Speaks To Bob Schieffer

CBS News Exclusive: In his only television interview prior to the State of Union message, President Bush spoke with Bob Schieffer about hot topics such as Iran, Iraq and energy independence.

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How The World Views The U.S.

Following the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal, the U.S. faced criticism from around the world for how it treated prisoners. President Bush discussed how this affected him and his administration.

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Bush On Public Confidence

President Bush discussed his reasons for why public support for Iraq started to erode and if the war also impacted the public's feelings on the government's handling of Hurricane Katrina.

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Bush On Iran's Nuclear Program

President Bush tells Bob Schieffer that the free world cannot allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon and that a "military option" would be the last resort to handle the situation.

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Bush Speaks About Family

President Bush spoke about how his life has changed since he became commander-in-chief and how life at the White House has impacted Laura and his two daughters.

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Bush On Working With Hamas

Following Hamas' stunning victory over Fatah, President Bush explained that the United States cannot work with the group unless they renounce their desire to destroy Israel and give up violence.

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The Dangers Of Covering War

Bob Schieffer comments on the dangerous life news anchors and correspondents lead during war time, as news comes out of Iraq about the serious injury to ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff.

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Bush Defends Wiretapping

As the issue of eavesdropping and domestic surveillance program continues to dog the White House, President Bush reiterated to Bob Schieffer why wiretapping is crucial to the nation's security.

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The Ex-Presidents Club

President Bush described his relationship with former President Bill Clinton and what it'll feel like to be a part of the ex-Presidents club.

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Bush On Making Tough Decisions

As head of the executive branch, President Bush explained that the toughest part of his job is to make the difficult decisions that impact others.

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Medicare Rx

The new Medicare prescription drug benefit, which went into effect has been no small pill to swallow. Joie Chen speaks with doctors, patients and counselors about how to navigate the Medicare maze.

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ABC Anchor Seriously Injured

ABC's Martha Raddatz spoke to CBS News Radio about the condition of ABC News World anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt, who are both in serious condition.

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ABC Anchor Injured In Iraq

ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt are in serious condition after an improvised explosive device exploded in Taji, Iraq. Both are undergoing surgery at a U.S. military hospital.

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Cooking A Seafood Meal On $40

Mike Price, executive chef at a popular New York City fish house, The Mermaid Inn, visited "The Early Show" to show viewers how to prepare an affordable seafood feast for four people on $40 or less.

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Family Reflects On Challenger

NASA and family members will pause to remember the seven astronauts who died in the Challenger space shuttle tragedy. Byron Pitts speaks with one family, who still believes in the space program.

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Sat. Spotlight- Alan Greenspan

Susan McGinnis profiles Alan Greenspan, who will step down as the Federal Reserve chairman after more than five terms as America's leading authority on domestic economic and monetary policy.

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