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Friday, February 3, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on disappointing profits for online retailer Amazon.com, Elizabeth Arden boosted by Britney Spears fragrance launch, and the government's report jobs and unemployment.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports that doctors may be able to tell if a woman's going to deliver preterm, there's criticism of the new Medicare drug program, and a dairy diet may increase ovarian cancer risk.

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Muslims Protest Caricature

CBS News RAW: In cities along the West Bank and Gaza Strip, thousands of angry Muslims protested a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad that has appeared in European countries.

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Iraq News Roundup

Saddam Hussein's trial has screeched to a halt again. The defense team claims the new judge just wants to see Saddam hanged. Meanwhile, five more U.S. soldiers were killed. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Officials Confirm- Ship Sank

Charlie D'Agata reports that Egyptian officials confirmed that the passenger ship Salaam 98 sank Friday in the Red Sea. Initial reports say 100 people have been found alive.

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IAEA Set To Act On Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency appears ready to refer Iran to the U.N. Security Council for possible action, including economic sanctions. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Healthy Economic Competition

The president visited New Mexico and Texas, where he spent a lot of time talking about making America more competitive in the world economy. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Church Arson Investigation

The FBI has joined the investigation into a string of arson fires at small Baptist churches in rural Alabama. As Mark Strassmann reports, authorities have so far found no suspects and no motives.

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Pentagon's Spending Plans

The Pentagon is calling for spending less on nuclear weapons, more on special-operations forces and much more on expanding psychological warfare capabilities. David Martin has an exclusive look.

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House Republicans' New Leader

House Republicans elected Ohio Congressman John Boehner to become the new Majority Leader. Gloria Borger reports that Boehner has pledged to clean up the mess left by the lobbying scandal.

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Intelligence Officials Testify

The government's top intelligence officials gave a chilling report to senators on Iran's nuclear program. But as David Martin reports, they seemed as concerned about leaks to the media as the threat.

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Intel Chief Speaks On Threats

National Intelligence Director John Negroponte testified before Congress on the threats facing the U.S. As Aleen Sirgany reports, he also strongly defended the president's domestic spying program.

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