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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Abortion Case Fallout

CBS News legal analyst Jan Crawford Greenberg analyzes the implications of the Supreme Court's decision to hear a case on partial-birth abortion.

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New Anti-Insurgent Strategy

U.S. commanders in Iraq have developed a new strategy to combat insurgent bombers. As David Martin reports, it seems to be working ? at least in some places.

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Stay Of Execution For Rapist

Another stay of execution for a California man convicted of raping and murdering a 17-year old girl. Teri Okita brings us the latest from San Quentin.

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Bush On U.S. Port Security

CBS News RAW: President Bush said the deal allowing an Arab company to take over management of six major U.S. seaports must go forward, and that it won't jeopardize national security.

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DOJ Announces Terror Charges

CBS News RAW: U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announced charges against three men accused of conspiring to commit terrorist acts abroad.

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Morales Execution Delayed

The execution of convicted killer Michael Morales was delayed after anesthesiologists required to be present for the lethal injection cited ethical concerns, and backed out. Karen Brown reports.

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Partial-Birth Abortion Case

Only On The Web: Wyatt Andrews reports from Washington, where the Supreme Court agreed to rule on a case that may hinge on the position of new justice Samuel Alito.

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Abortion Case To High Court

A major abortion rights case is on its way to the Supreme Court. Justices will decide whether a specific type of mid- to late-term abortion is constitutional. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Court Considers Abortion Case

The Supreme Court has agreed to consider the constitutionality of banning a late-term abortion procedure that critics call partial birth abortion. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Bush, Congress battle on ports, high court takes abortion case and rotavirus vaccine recommended.

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Russia Talks Nukes with Iran

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo reports the start of nuclear talks between Russia and Iran and how the rest of the world is reacting.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Walmart, Home Depot and the Gap release profit reports today, inflation at the retail level will be out on Wednesday and durable goods reports will be out Friday.

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Wife Surprises Military Hubby

After returning from seven month stint in Iraq, Marine Sergeant Kyle Marigoni was in for a big surprise when his wife lost over 100 pounds while he was at war. Harry Smith spoke to the couple.

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Tax Refund Money Tips

It's the dreaded tax season again. Financial expert Dave Ramsey answers viewers' questions about what to do with refund money.

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Historic Church Now A Landmark

Birmingham, Ala.'s, 16th Street Baptist Church, the target of the notorious 1963 bombing that killed four black girls, is now a national landmark.

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Bird Flu Fears Hit Europe

Across Europe, officials are taking steps to prevent a bird flu outbreak, as fear of the disease is having an economic impact. Richard Roth reports.

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Lawmakers Upset Over Port Deal

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say the controversial acquisition of major U.S. ports by an Arab company risks U.S. safety. Critics hope to void the deal, Susan Roberts reports.

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Is There An Olympic Rivalry?

Following Shani Davis' historic win as the first African American to medal in the Winter Olympics, a rivalry may be brewing between him and fellow U.S. speed skater Chad Hedrick. Tracy Smith reports.

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Glaudini On 'Criminal Minds'

Actress Lola Glaudini of the hit CBS drama "Criminal Minds" speaks with Harry Smith about her role as Elle Greenaway, an FBI profiler who tries to track down serial criminals before they strike again.

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Cheney's Secret Life

Evan Thomas, Newsweek's assistant managing editor, answers questions about Vice President Cheney and his secretive ways following the hunting accident involving lawyer Harry Whittington.

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