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Monday, February 6, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that President Bush will swear in Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, the 2007 fiscal budget will be released, and Super Bowl ads will be sold on DVD.

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Iran Moves Ahead On Nuke Plan

Sheila MacVicar reports on Iran's plan to press forward with their nuclear program despite warnings and possible sanctions from the international community.

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Terrorists Escape Prison

A worldwide security alert has been issued after convicted al Qaeda terrorists escaped from a prison in Yemen. One of the escapees is the mastermind of the USS Cole bombing. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Senators Discuss Iran's Nukes

Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, assess Iran's nuclear program threat, following the nation's declaration to restart full-scale uranium enrichment.

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Hearings On U.S. Spy Program

There will be a Senate hearing on President Bush's controversial domestic spying program today. Senators want to determine whether the White House is breaking the law. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Senators On Domestic Spying

Sens. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and Dick Durbin, R-Ill., discuss the upcoming Senate Judiciary Committee hearings, which will delve into President Bush's domestic spying program.

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Bush's Record Spending Pitch

President Bush has issued a record-high spending proposal for next year: $2.7 trillion, which is on top of the record deficit for this year. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Gonzales Defends Eavesdropping

The attorney general addressed the Senate Judiciary Committee to explain the president's decision to eavesdrop without a court order. Jim Stewart reports on the opposition from an unexpected corner.

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Terrorist Prison Break

U.S. officials still have no solid leads on the whereabouts of the 18 al Qaeda members who escaped from a jail in Yemen. As David Martin reports, one escaped prisoner is of particular concern.

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Too Much Information?

MySpace.com is a popular Internet site for connecting friends and making new ones. But as Sandra Hughes reports, there is growing evidence that young people who use it are putting themselves at risk.

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A Capitol Quarrel

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., sent an angry letter to Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., saying that Obama had reneged on his pledge to work with him on a bipartisan lobbying reform plan. Gloria Borger has more.

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Oprah On Mrs. King's Greatness

CBS News RAW: Talk show host Oprah Winfrey speaks about Coretta Scott King during a musical tribute service to the late civil rights icon at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.

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Oprah Pays Respects To King

CBS News RAW: Talk show host Oprah Winfrey visited the body of the late civil rights icon Coretta Scott King at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga.

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Protesters' Perspectives

CBS News Raw: David Hawkins discusses freedom of speech with Muslims in Cairo, Egypt, during a protest against the cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad that caused turmoil in the Muslim world.

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The Roots Of Rage

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer sat down with Ahmed Akbar, Chairman of Islamic Studies at American University, to discuss the protests against the cartoon depiction of Mohammed.

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Al Qaeda Operative's Tirade

There was courtroom drama in Virginia as the sentencing phase got underway in the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui. As Aleen Sirgany reports, jurors will decide if Moussaoui will face the death penalty.

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Moussaoui- I Am Al Qaeda

As jury selection began in the sentencing of Zacarias Moussaoui, the al Qaeda conspirator was removed from the trial after screaming, "I am al Qaeda." Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Senators Question Spy Program

Senate hearings are underway on Capitol Hill as Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defends President Bush's controversial domestic spying program. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Leahy- No One Is Above The Law

CBS News RAW: Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., says President Bush's right to a domestic spy program does not allow him to ignore the laws of the United States.

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Gonzales Defends Spy Program

CBS News RAW: Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defended President Bush's program that allows spying on U.S. citizens without warrants.

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Domestic Surveillance Debate

Appearing on "Face The Nation," Senators Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., debated President Bush's domestic spying program in advance of next week's hearings on the subject.

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Domestic Spying Hearings Loom

Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez will be the star witness when the Senate opens hearings into the controversial domestic spying program. As Randall Pinkston reports, he can expect tough questioning.

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Al Qaeda Agent's Jail Escape

The Yemeni government said that the al Qaeda operative behind the attack on the USS Cole is among the 23 inmates who escaped from a prison. Mark Phillips has more on the escapees and their crimes.

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