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Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Bush Highlights Energy, Iraq

In his State of the Union address, President Bush pledged to stay the course in Iraq and asked for the development of alternative energy sources. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Ben Bernanke is now chairman of the Federal Reserve, Google's results disappointed investors, and Microsoft is warning computer users about the 'blackworm' virus.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: United gets off ground, Iran's nuclear aims and a billionaire's budget.

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Bush Explained His Vision

CBS News Correspondent Gloria Borger gives her analysis of President Bush's fifth State of the Union address to CBS News Up to the Minute Anchor Melissa McDermott.

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Setting Up for Midterms

CBS News Chief White House Correpondent John Roberts gives his analysis of President Bush's fifth State of the Union address to CBS News Up to the Minute Anchor Melissa McDermott.

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Bush- State Of Union Is Strong

CBS News RAW: Following his State of the Union speech, President Bush told supporters in Nashville, Tenn., that America is strong despite uncertainty during a time of war.

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Will Bush Achieve His Goals?

A day after his State of the Union address, President Bush will be making stump speeches to push the ideas he proposed. However, as Aleen Sirgany reports, his proposals may not become reality.

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McCain On Bush's Speech & Plan

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., spoke with Harry Smith to give his reaction to President Bush's State of the Union speech, which emphasized spending reform, Iraq and America's 'addiction to oil.'

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Bush's State Of The Union

Only On The Web: In a midterm election year, President Bush's State of the Union speech underlined proposals he wants to push through before 2008. Bill Plante reports.

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Iranian Nuclear Program Debate

The president of Iran lashed out after President Bush threatened possible sanctions in response to that country's revitalized nuclear program. Charlie D'Agata has more.

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Kate Moss Questioned In London

CBS News RAW: British supermodel Kate Moss is driven away from a police station in London after meeting with police to discuss her alleged cocaine use. She was not charged with any offense.

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Tensions Boil In The West Bank

A violent protest erupted in the West Bank when Israeli troops armed in riot gear clashed with settlers who refused to leave the illegal settlements. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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IAEA To Issue Report On Iran

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar reports from Vienna, Austria, where the IAEA will issue a report on Iran's nuclear program.

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Israelis Clash Over Eviction

Thousands of troops in riot gear and on horseback clashed with hundreds of stone-throwing Jewish settlers in an illegal West Bank settlement today. Dozens were arrested, and at least 40 were injured.

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Alito Officially Sworn In

CBS News RAW: At the White House, Samuel Alito was officially sworn in by Chief Justice John G. Roberts as the 110th Supreme Court Justice of the United States.

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Murtha On Iran, Terrorism

CBS News RAW: At a press conference, Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., said that the United States is unable to fight the real war on terrorism because the country's resources are being spent in Iraq.

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Post-Katrina Failures

CBS News RAW: The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing Tuesday that focused on the law enforcement and communications failures following Hurricane Katrina.

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Sheehan Released

Cindy Sheehan was released from jail in Washington, D.C., a few hours after her arrest at the Capitol on Tuesday night. She was arrested for wearing an anti-war T-shirt.

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Iran's Nuclear Aims

When it releases the report into its investigation, the IAEA will conclude that Iran is designing a missile warhead that could have a nuclear dimension. Sheila MacVicar has an exclusive report.

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Nuclear Power's Potential

According to the nuclear-power industry, nuclear energy offers a possible solution to what President Bush is calling America's "addiction to oil." Jim Axelrod has more.

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Potential Bird Flu Vaccine

A new bird flu vaccine has so far only been tested on mice and chickens. But Elizabeth Kaledin spoke to the lead researcher of the project who said that the results were impressive.

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The State Of Iraq's Democracy

Giving Saddam Hussein a fair trial is a challenge for Iraq's new government, but it's nothing compared to building a democracy in this deeply-divided land. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the progress.

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A Billionaire's Budget

Documents filed in a since-settled lawsuit charging insider trading provide a glimpse at the personal budget of the hyper-rich founder of Oracle, Larry Ellison. John Blackstone has the story.

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Coretta Scott King Dies At 78

Coretta Scott King, the widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, has died. As Byron Pitts reports, she was the symbol of the Civil Rights movement decades after her husband's death.

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Alito Confirmed To High Court

The Senate confirmed Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, but it did so on a near party-line vote. Is this what to expect from now on? Gloria Borger has more.

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Obama On Nation's Direction

Democratic Senator Barack Obama of Illinois is among those will be in the House chamber for the president's address. He spoke with Bob Schieffer on a range of issues facing the nation.

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