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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Evening News Online

Tuesday: Cheney victim has heart attack, cozying up to China? And 'Day of Love' in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke's first testimony before Congress, Yahoo's request for help on foreign Internet business and a survey on Valentine's Day purchases.

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Saddam Declares Hunger Strike

When Saddam Hussein's trial resumed this morning in Baghdad, he told the judge he has not eaten in three days to protest how he is being treated.

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Hunting Safely, Responsibly

Vice President Dick Cheney apparently broke the No. 1 rule of hunting when he accidentally shot a friend in the face. Amy Heath of the New York State Rifle And Pistol Association offers guidelines.

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Analysis Of Mom-Baby Murders

CBS News legal analyst Wendy Murphy offers analysis into newly released documents about Neil Entwisle, who has been accused of murdering his wife, Rachel, and their daughter, Lillian.

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Cheney Shooting Scrutinized

There was a battle during the White House briefing over news of Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting mishap. CBS News' Bill Plante, who was in the middle of it, shared his view with Harry Smith.

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Furor Over Cheney's Mishap

The White House press core grilled spokesman Scott McClellan over how the information about Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting accident was released to the public. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Chertoff Under Fire On Katrina

Nearly six months after Katrina, the finger-pointing in Washington is getting more heated. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, many of those fingers are pointed right at the Secretary of Homeland Security.

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Giveaway For Oil Companies

Oil companies are coming off a year of record profits ? and now they're in for a government windfall. Anthony Mason has more.

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'Day Of Love' In Iraq

It turns out that Feb. 14 isn't just a holiday in nations at peace. As Kimberly Dozier reports, Iraqis are also celebrating the day that marks the language of love.

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Iran Vs. International Will

CBS News RAW: David Martin and U.S. Undersecretary for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns discuss Iran's decision to begin enriching uranium, which could lead to the production of a nuclear bomb.

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Cheney Victim Has Heart Attack

The 78-year-old lawyer accidentally shot by Vice President Dick Cheney while quail hunting had a minor heart attack when a piece of birdshot moved into his heart. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bush Greets Texas Longhorns

CBS News RAW: President Bush welcomed players and coaches from the national champion University of Texas football team to the White House.

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V.P.'s Victim Has Heart Attack

CBS News RAW: Hospital officials announced that Harry Whittington, the man shot by Vice President Dick Cheney, suffered a heart attack after some of the birdshot moved into his heart.

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Cheney Lacked Hunting Permit

The White House continues to defend Vice President Cheney's hunting accident as new details emerge about a missing $7 stamp to hunt for quail. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Pakistani Police Vs. Students

CBS News RAW: Police in Islamabad, Pakistan, used tear gas while chasing away more than 1,000 students holding a demonstration against the Prophet Muhammad caricatures.

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More Drama At Saddam Trial

It was another dramatic day in court at Saddam Hussein's trial. Along with the usual outbursts, the former Iraqi dictator now says he's on a hunger strike. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Donkey Cartoon Protest

CBS News RAW: In Karachi, Pakistan, villagers had donkeys portrayed as European leaders in a peaceful protest against the publishing of Prophet Muhammad caricatures.

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Press Corp Heated On Cheney

CBS News RAW: Reporters fired off more questions at White House Press Secretary Scott McLellan over the delayed disclosure of Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting accident.

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Shooting Protocol Criticized

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan faced a barrage of questions from reporters concerning Vice President Dick Cheney shooting 78-year-old Harry Whittington.

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Saddam Trial Moves Forward

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad, where there was more drama in the courtroom when Saddam Hussein again tried to interrupt his trial with a blustering verbal attack.

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Audit- FEMA Wasted Big Bucks

The federal response to Hurricane Katrina is front and center once again on Capitol Hill. A new government audit is questioning possible fraud in the aftermath. Meg Oliver has the latest.

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