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Monday, February 13, 2006

WH Gets Heat Over Cheney

The White House is feeling some heat after almost 24 hours elapsed before a shooting accident involving Vice President Dick Cheney and his friend was reported to the media. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bush Greets Baseball Champs

CBS News RAW: President Bush welcomed players and coaches of last season's World Series champion Chicago White Sox to the White House.

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Anti-Terror Training

Only On The Web: CBS News' Cynthia Bowers talks to New Mexico demolitions expert Van Romero about the United State's anti-terror bomb training program.

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Chertoff On FEMA Reform

CBS News RAW: Secretary Michael Chertoff outlined several changes that will be made the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA following the government's response to Hurricane Katrina.

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Man Cheney Shot Is Recovering

The man shot by Vice President Dick Cheney on a hunting trip is reportedly in stable condition. Claudia Coffey reports on why the White House did not immediately disclose the shooting.

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Slow Report Of V.P. Incident?

Only On The Web: Kelly Cobiella reports on the hunting accident involving Vice President Cheney, who shot a friend. The White House did not report the incident for nearly 24 hours.

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Anti-Terrorism School

Fighting terror has become a way of life for residents of one small town in southwestern New Mexico. As Cynthia Bowers reports, the town has been transformed into a school for dealing with terrorism.

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Saddam Back In The Courtroom

Saddam Hussein's trial resumed in Iraq, where testimony directly linked him to mass murder. More fireworks occurred when Saddam had to be forced into the courtroom. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Chertoff In Hot Water?

The battle over who was responsible for the federal government's poor response to Hurricane Katrina continues. Sharyl Attkisson reports on Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff's testimony.

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Questions On Cheney Shooting

The aftermath of Vice President Cheney's misguided gunfire boiled over to the White House, where reporters questioned why the public didn't hear of the incident for 21 hours. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Cheney's Hunting Gaffe

The Texas lawyer who Vice President Cheney accidentally shot while hunting is making a quick recovery. As Lee Cowan reports, the shooting mishap is not uncommon in bird hunting.

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Weekend Woes For Bush & V.P.

Time magazine's Matthew Cooper offers political analysis about a photo of lobbyist Jack Abramoff in the same room with President Bush and Vice President Cheney's shooting accident.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that investors will be looking at everything from inflation to retail reports, home construction numbers are due, and Americans will spend $14B on Valentine's Day.

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Evening News Online

Monday's stories: Cheney's hunting gaffe, Chertoff on the Department of Homeland Security's response to Katrina and a look at an anti-terrorism school.

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A Surplus of Embryos

Critics question the White House's stem cell policy, as many unused embryos are often destroyed at fertility clinics. Lesley Stahl reports.

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War Profiteers?

Steve Kroft investigates how some of the $50 billion the U.S. spent on reconstruction work in Iraq was spent and why $8.8 billion of it is unaccounted for.

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Howard Dean On CIA Leak Case

Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean urged the White House to fire or seek out a resignation if anyone from the administration was part of the CIA leak case on "Face The Nation."

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