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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

National Health Care Woes

The government estimates that about 46 million Americans have no health insurance coverage. As Trish Regan reports, the problem is one that never seems to get solved, though not for a lack of trying.

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Returning From A War Zone

With the number of wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan topping 16,000, CBS News wanted to know how the government is American heroes when they return home. David Martin reports.

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A Soldier's Recovery

Only On The Web: David Martin spoke with a soldier who is recovering at home after losing an arm in Iraq.

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Words of Admiration for King

Jesse Jackson, Hillary Clinton, Edward Kennedy and others speak about Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King Jr. The couple fought for equality, tolerance and the end of racism in America.

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Remembering Coretta Scott King

The nation is remembering the life of Coretta Scott King, the wife of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, who turned into an activist in her own right. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Officials On Postal Shooting

CBS News RAW: Jonny Wallis, mayor of Goleta, Calif., and Sheriff Jim Anderson discussed the fatal postal shooting. A former post office employee killed six people, including herself.

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Wounded Journalists Head Home

CBS News RAW: ABC anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt, seriously injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq, were taken on stretchers onto a U.S.-bound plane after being treated in Germany.

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State Of The Union?

Dan Bartlett, counselor to the president, spoke with Harry Smith about President Bush's challenges at home and abroad, and the solutions he will offer during his State of the Union address.

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Bush To Highlight Healthcare

Bill Plante reports that President Bush will defend his policy in Iraq and highlight the healthcare reform during his State of the Union address tonight.

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Coretta Scott King's Legacy

The nation is mourning the death of Coretta Scott King, the widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Claudia Coffey reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Kraft will cut 8,000 jobs and shut 20 factories, Alan Greenspan leaves his post at the Federal Reserve, and Exxon rose on record profits.

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100th British Soldier Dies

There are renewed calls to pull British forces out of Iraq as the country reaches a grim milestone. As Charlie D'Agata reports, the death toll has reached 100, with more troops headed to Afghanistan.

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Tbilisi Georgia Brawl

CBS News RAW: A meeting of city councilors in Georgia's capital of Tbilisi descended into a fistfight today. They had been discussing a ruling concerning the nation's energy crisis.

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All About Leadership

In the face of low job approval numbers, President Bush used his State of the Union address to try to show Americans that he is still ready to lead, John Roberts reports.

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The Democratic Response

CBS News RAW: Virginia Governor Tim Kaine gave the Democratic response to State of the Union address and criticized President Bush's education and health care policies.

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U.S. Must Lead In 'Talent'

CBS News RAW: President Bush told Congress in his State of the Union address that America's "edge" has always been "our educated, hard-working, ambitious people."

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Bush Recalls Hurricane Katrina

CBS News RAW: President Bush lauded the federal government's efforts in helping to rebuild the Gulf Coast region that was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

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'America Is Addicted To Oil'

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed the problem of the United States' reliance on oil and called for changes in how we power automobiles.

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Bush- Make Tax Cuts Permanent

CBS News RAW: President Bush urged Congress to make the temporary tax cuts permanent and lauded his administration's budget cuts.

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Bush's Domestic Spying Defense

CBS News RAW: President Bush defended his NSA domestic spying program, calling it constitutional and claiming that it has helped prevent terrorist attacks.

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Democracy In The Middle East

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke about the importance of facilitating democracy in the Middle East and spoke directly to the people of Iran.

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'Save Social Security'

President Bush chided Congress for not approving his "proposal to save Social Security," and asked for bipartisan answers to solve the problem.

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No Withdrawal From Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush, in his State of the Union address, told the members of Congress that the U.S. must keep its word and to withdrawal would abandon our Iraqi allies.

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'There Is No Honor In Retreat'

CBS News RAW: In his State of the Union address, President Bush laid out an argument for taking the fight to terrorists and resisting the urge to retreat into isolationism.

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Barack Obama Interview

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer sat down with Democratic Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois, who offered an alternative to President Bush's policies in advance of the State of the Union address.

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All Eyes On Washington

All eyes will be on Washington tonight for President Bush's State Of The Union address. The White House hopes the speech will reinvigorate confidence in the president. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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GOP On Alito Confirmation

CBS News RAW: Following the Samuel Alito vote, Senators Arlen Specter, R-Pa., and Bill Frist, R-Tenn., spoke about the process, which confirmed the judge to the High Court by a vote of 58-42.

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Senate Votes To Confirm Alito

CBS News RAW: The Senate voted today to confirm Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. The final count was 58 in favor and 42 opposed to Alito's confirmation.

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Medical Minute

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Kaledin reports on the paucity of doctors entering the primary care field, senior citizens and health care costs, and the approval of Tamiflu by the European Union.

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UN Wants to See Iran

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk discusses Iran being brought in front of the UN Security Council regarding their nuclear program.

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A Closer Look

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk discusses the new tape from Al Qaeda's second in command, Ayman al-Zawahiri.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Corette Scott King dies at 78, national health care woes and returning from a war zone.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports that bird flu has arrived in Iraq. She also says scientists feel the Ad-36 virus may affect weight gain in humans, and that they make a case for alcohol's effect on cancer.

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State Of The Union Preview

Only On The Web: Bill Plante offers a preview of President Bush's State of the Union speech.

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The New Medicare Card

They're being touted by President Bush as the solution for Americans who can't afford insurance, and a number of companies such as Wal-Mart are already offering them to employees. Trish Regan reports.

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Sharpton Discusses Mrs. King

The Early Show's Julie Chen and the Rev. Al Sharpton discussed his work on civil rights issues with Coretta Scott King, who died in her sleep last night at age 78.

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Friend Remembers King's Widow

The Early Show co-anchor Harry Smith spoke with Rev. Joseph Lowery, a friend and colleague of Coretta Scott King, who passed away at the age of 78.

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New Video Of American Hostage

More than three weeks after her kidnapping, another video has surfaced of kidnapped American journalist Jill Carroll. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad.

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Kennedy On King, Alito, Union

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., joined Harry Smith to discuss the passing of Coretta Scott King, Judge Samuel Alito and the president's State of the Union address.

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Ex-Enron Employees On Collapse

The long awaited trial of former Enron executives Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling is set to begin. As Rene Syler reports, the verdict is already in for workers who lost their jobs and retirement funds.

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Pres. Bush On Iraq And Spying

Bob Schieffer, host of "CBS Evening News" and "Face The Nation," sat down with Pres. Bush for an exclusive interview. Harry Smith talks with Schieffer about Bush's views on Iraq and domestic spying.

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Reporters Discuss Iraq Dangers

Reporters Lara Logan and Byron Pitts discussed the dangers journalists face in Iraq, such as the roadside bomb that injured ABC newsman Bob Woodruff and his cameraman Doug Vogt.

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