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Tuesday, February 7, 2006

Clinton's Tribute To King

CBS News RAW: Former president Bill Clinton paid tribute to Coretta Scott King and said the best way to honor her is to fulfill the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Maya Angelou On Mrs. King

Maya Angelou remembered Coretta Scott King at her funeral on Feb. 7, 2006, in Atlanta. She noted that in one of King's books, the late civil rights activist cited the poet as her "chosen sister."

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George H.W. Bush On King

CBS News RAW: Former President George H.W. Bush provided a light moment at Coretta Scott King's funeral when he lost a page of his speech.

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Kennedy On Mrs. King's Legacy

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., spoke at Coretta Scott King's funeral in Atlanta on Feb. 7, 2006. He praised her work for civil rights and recalled her fight against apartheid in South Africa.

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Bush Speaks At King's Funeral

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke at Coretta Scott King's funeral in Atlanta. He commended her work for civil rights and noted how she carried on after her husband passed.

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Mourners Pay Tribute To King

The nation is saying goodbye to Coretta Scott King, who is being laid to rest in Atlanta. As Jennifer Miller reports, the thousands of mourners include President Bush and three of his predecessors.

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Georgia Honors King

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts reports on the funeral services for Coretta Scott King, who received an honor unlike her husband after his tragic death.

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Clash Of Civilizations?

The controversial Muhammed cartoons have been printed in 20 countries, including the U.S. As Richard Roth reports, the fury over the cartoons has driven a wedge between some Muslim nations and Europe.

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Iraqi Sectarian Violence Brews

In Iraq, four more U.S. Marines were killed in action and bombings in Baghdad killed at least seven Iraqis. And as Kimberly Dozier reports, Shiite versus Sunni violence is on the rise.

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Corrupting The Music?

The music industry is busy preparing for the annual Grammy Awards show. But as Anthony Mason reports, government investigators claim they have new evidence of bribery directed toward radio stations.

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6 Die In Protests Over Cartoon

Protests over a caricature of the prophet Muhammad have turned deadly, with six deaths reported. In Afghanistan, hundreds of demonstrators clashed with NATO peacekeepers. Mark Phillips reports.

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Attorney General On Wire Taps

Yesterday during a hearing, senators questioned Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the legality of the president's domestic spying program. Thalia Assuras reports.

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How Did Terror Suspects Flee?

Rene Syler speaks with terrorism expert Christopher Whitcomb, who offers analysis of how 23 al Qaeda militants escaped a Yemen jail, including the convicted mastermind of the USS Cole bombing.

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A Funeral For A King

President Bush and three former presidents will attend the funeral of Coretta Scott King. Byron Pitts reports that the service will be held at the church where the civil rights movement began.

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Medical Minute

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Kaledin reports on the decline of cholesterol treatment among middle age individuals, bird flu preparedness, and the effect of anti-depressants on pregnant women.

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Evening News Online

Monday: a terrorist prison break, cartoon protests spread and how information posted by teenagers on MySpace.com may be making them vulnerable to predators.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on the dual benefits of weight loss surgery, a new FDA-approved test for the bird flu, and the growing number of children at risk for type-2 diabetes.

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Fed Reserve Chairman Sworn In

CBS News RAW: President Bush attended the swearing in of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Mr. Bush welcomed Bernanke, and also praised former chairman Alan Greenspan for his service.

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