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Monday, February 20, 2006

Osama Resurfaces In New Tape

Sheila MacVicar reports on the latest purported audio tape from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who declared on a militant Islamic web site that he would never be captured alive.

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Hope In The Philippines

As U.S. Marines work feverishly to find survivors from a devastating mudslide in the Philippines, rescuers have reportedly saved 50 people from an elementary school. Barry Petersen reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's interest in the retail sector's earning reports from Wal-Mart, the Gap and Home Depot following its purchase of Hughes Supply.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on new cases of the bird flu, which is hitting Europe, a birth control patch that may cause blood clots and a new research about people with autism and their intelligence.

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Money Down the Drain

CBS News Up to the Minute contributor Ed Boyle considers the many ways the British government wastes money.

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What are the Security Risks?

CBS News Military Analyst, Retired Army Colnel Mitch Mitchell looks at what the possible security risks could be when an Arab management company is to protect six U.S. ports.

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What to Expect

Ray Hennessey, Editor of SmartMoney.com, discusses what to expect now that Ben Bernanke is at the helm of the Federal Reserve.

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Ongoing Search For Survivors

It's been days since any survivors have been pulled from a massive landslide in the Philippines, but as Aleen Sirgany reports, sophisticated equipment may have caught the sounds of trapped survivors.

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U.S. Chastises Iraqi Officials

Iraqi politicians got an earful from the U.S. ambassador, who made it clear that he is fed up with their failure to build a unified government for all Iraqis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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New Al Qaeda Tape Analyzed

In the latest al Qaeda tape to surface, Ayman al-Zawahri bragged that he escaped the recent attack on a Pakastani village and bin Laden said he'd never be taken alive. Jim Stewart has more.

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No Sign Of Mudslide Survivors

American marines are in the Philippines where they spent Sunday digging for survivors from the mudslide that wiped away an entire village. Barry Peterson reports.

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Long Overdue Homecoming

It is not unusual to hear about another military funeral these days, but one this weekend stands out because it's more than 30 years overdue. Vince Gonzales has more.

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Hand Of Iran In Iraq?

In Iraq, disputes between Kurds and Shiites could delay formation of a new government. Some U.S. officials view neighboring Iran as a force in Iraq's instability. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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