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Thursday, February 2, 2006

Mine Safety Inspections

The deaths of two more coal miners have prompted the governor of West Virginia to ask all mines to shut down so that safety checks can be performed. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Anti-Islam 'Post 9/11'

Anjem Choudary of the British Society of Muslim Lawyers speaks with CBS News about how he thinks the geopolitical climate has affected the editorial decisions of the media.

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Negroponte On Terrorism War

CBS News RAW: Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte testified before a Senate committee. He reiterated that the United States' top priority is to combat terrorism worldwide.

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Ongoing Violence In Iraq

Five more U.S. troops have been killed in Iraq in separate incidents. The latest violence comes as Saddam Hussein's trial hits another delay. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Defense Absent At Saddam Trial

CBS News RAW: Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and other co-defendants either boycotted or were barred from the court's session on Thursday. Saddam has boycotted the trial since Sunday.

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Iran's Nuclear Intentions

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar reports that an IAEA emergency meeting is under way in Vienna. The international agency will be considering whether to report Iran to the U.N. Security Council.

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Violence In Baghdad

CBS News RAW: In Baghdad, residents say a U.S. air strike struck a house and killed a woman. Elsewhere, unknown gunmen attacked a flatbed truck and killed the driver.

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Attorney General Interview

Only On The Web: In an extended interview, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales talks to CBS News' Jim Stewart about spying, constitutional rights and more.

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Bush On Technology

CBS News RAW: President Bush said that the United States needs to remain competitive in the global economy and emphasized the importance of technological development in maintaining growth.

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Assessing National Security

Security Expert Bob Strang offers analysis of our nation's top threats and the controversy over the government's eavesdropping on telephone calls.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on a new promising bird flu vaccine, a new study promoting the effectiveness of Nicotine patches and the impact of pleasant odors while feeling drowsy behind the wheel.

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Changes to Come

Retired U.S. Army Colonel and CBS News Consultant Jeff McCausland looks ahead to Monday's release of the Quadrennial Defense Review.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: House Republicans' new leader and freezing a budget.

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Heroin Smuggled Inside Puppies

Authorities say they found six Labrador puppies surgically implanted with heroin, which was to be smuggled from Colombia to the United States. WCBS-TV's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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Report- Feds Failed Big Easy

A report blames the White House for a poor response to Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin discusses that and the questioning he faced on Capitol Hill.

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Deaths Trigger Mine Shutdown

The death of two more miners set off a coal mine shutdown in West Virginia. Gov. Joe Manchin has asked all coal companies to perform safety checks, reports Susan Roberts.

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Police To War Activist- Sorry

U.S. Capitol Police have apologized and are dropping criminal charges against anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, who was arrested during the State of the Union address. Linda Alvarez reports.

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Health Care Is Key For Seniors

Trish Regan visited with senior citizens at a retirement community in West Caldwell, N.J., who weren't satisfied with President Bush's State of the Union comments on health care.

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Bush Addresses War, King

President Bush's State of the Union address covered his policy in Iraq and the death of Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Biden On State Of The Union

Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., joined Harry Smith to talk about President Bush's State of the Union address.

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