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Thursday, December 28, 2006

Reclaiming The Church

Bob Edgar, of the National Council of Churches and former Democratic congressman, says religious conservatives have too much influence. He discusses his book "Middle Church" with Harry Smith.

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Saddam Pens Goodbye Letter

Saddam Hussein, former dictator of Iraq, wrote a farewell letter a day after a judge sentenced him to death by hanging. Harry Smith reports.

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Curator On Polar Bear Threat

Jeff Sailer, curator of animals at New York's Central Park Zoo, speaks with Harry Smith about the dangers polar bears face due to global warming. The government wants the animals to be protected.

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Dow Sets Record High

The Dow closed above 12,500, a record high, despite this week being traditionally slow on Wall Street. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Polar Bear Numbers Shrinking

New studies show that the polar bear population may be in serious trouble due to global warming, so the federal government is proposing the animals be listed as "threatened." Thalia Assuras reports.

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Edwards On Presidency, Ford

Former N.C. Sen. John Edwards plans to run in the 2008 presidential election. Harry Smith speaks with Edwards about his Democratic candidacy, the late Gerald Ford and other issues.

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FDA- Cloned Food Safe To Eat

The FDA says cloned food are safe to eat, claiming that they are "indistinguishable from food that we eat everyday." Critics say the government made a rash decision. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Bush Considers Options In Iraq

President Bush met with his top national security advisers to hammer out a new strategy for the Iraq war. David Martin has more.

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Saddam Execution Could Be Soon

CBS News has learned that Saddam Hussein may be executed before the New Year and that Iraqi officials plan to videotape his final moments. Randall Pinkston reports from Baghdad.

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President On Iraq Meetings

CBS News RAW: At his ranch in Crawford, Texas, President Bush commented on his meeting with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. The President plans to unveil a new Iraq strategy in 2007.

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Ford Opposed Iraq War

The nation is learning for the first time that President Ford opposed the war in Iraq. As the administration absorbs those comments, plans are set for his funeral ceremonies. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Honoring Gerald Ford

Politics are taking a back seat to tributes as the nation prepares to say goodbye to former President Gerald Ford, who died Tuesday. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Polar Bears In Danger

The Bush administration has proposed giving polar bears federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. Thousands of bears are dying due to ice melting and overhunting. Karen Brown reports.

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Elder Bush Honors Gerald Ford

CBS News RAW: Former President George H.W. Bush says decency and honor in the White House are the legacy of former President Gerald Ford, who died Tuesday at age 93.

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The Legacy Of Gerald Ford

Gerald Ford took over the presidency during a time of political scandal and in the aftermath of a bloody war. Karen Brown looks at the former president's legacy.

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