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Monday, January 30, 2006

Woodruff, Cameraman Stabilized

ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff and his cameraman Doug Vogt were flown to a U.S. military hospital in Germany after they were seriously injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's stories: The risks of covering a war, getting up close and personal with former Enron workers who lost everything and taking the tension out of travel.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Tape shows weeping reporter, state of the scandals and Greenspan leaves the Fed.

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Alito Filibuster Effort Fails

After a last-ditch effort by Democrats to block Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's confirmation vote, the Senate voted 72-25 to end the filibuster debate. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Cloture Vote For Alito Set

The Senate has scheduled a cloture vote for later today, which would end the debate about Judge Samuel Alito's nomination to the Supreme Court and move the issue to a vote. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Scandals Shadow Bush Speech

Only On The Web: As Washington awaits President Bush's State of the Union address Tuesday night, Gloria Borger reports scandals and the CIA leak case may be stealing the focus.

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Bush Discusses Upcoming Speech

CBS News RAW: President Bush said at Cabinet meeting that he will talk about, among other things, Iran's nuclear ambitions during his State of Union speech on Tuesday.

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War Reporting Presents Risks

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts speaks to Ann Cooper of the Committee To Protect Journalists about the risks and dangers journalists face while covering a war.

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Woodruff, Cameraman Recovering

Only On The Web: Claudia Coffey reports that ABC News anchorman Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt are in a U.S. military hospital in Germany after surviving a roadside bomb attack in Iraq.

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Brother- Woodruff Coming Home

CBS News RAW: Bob Woodruff's brother James talks about his sibling's condition after being injured in Iraq from a bomb explosion.

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Sen. Kennedy Discusses Alito

CBS News RAW: Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., discusses Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito's record and urges more debate.

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Gadgets For A Smooth Trip

Travel expert Colin Cowie shows how to make your trip smooth with the help of gadgets such as a wireless internet card, a DVD player, special pillows, colorful travel bag tags and more.

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This Week's Business Headlines

Stacey Tisdale takes a look at the business news of the week: the beginning of the Enron trials, and Alan Greenspan's last day as chairman of the Federal Reserve.

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Al Qaeda's No. 2 Man On Tape

In a new video that may prove he wasn't killed in air strikes earlier this month, al Qaeda's No. 2 man hurled insults at President Bush and said he would never be found. Jim Stewart reports.

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Woodruff Shows Improvement

Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt suffered serious injuries when they were attacked in Iraq, but they are improving and will be flown back to the United States. Byron Pitts reports.

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Greenspan Leaves The Fed

An economic icon after steering the economy under four presidents, Alan Greenspan retires Tuesday after 18 years with the Federal Reserve. Anthony Mason reports.

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Is Alan Greenspan Art?

The Federal Reserve Board marks the end of an era with the retirement of long-time Chairman Alan Greenspan. As Alexis Christoforous reports, Wall Street and an artist will be sad to see him go.

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Iraqis Are Also Victims Of War

Although roadside bombings focus on high-profile victims, Iraqi citizens also face daily attacks as well. However, their deaths and suffering are rarely mentioned. Dan Raviv reports.

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NASA Scientist Muzzled?

Bianca Solarzano interviews James Hansen, a top NASA scientist, who says he is being muzzled by the Bush Administration because of his personal views on global warming, which he believes is real.

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