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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Aftermath Of Saddam's Death

The aftermath of Saddam Hussein's death is a mixture of celebration and concentration on the holy holiday. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Saddam's Final Moments On Tape

Warning: Graphic Content. Iraqi state television showed footage of Saddam Hussein's guards wearing ski masks and placing a noose around the deposed leader's neck moments before his execution.

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Gerald Ford- War Hero

As a young Navy Lieutenant in World War II, Gerald Ford served on the USS Monterey. One day, that ship crossed paths with a powerful storm. Katie Couric reports.

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Ford's Funeral In Capitol

Thalia Assuras recaps the state funeral for Gerald Ford in the Capitol Rotunda. The ceremony was modest and sentimental, remembering the human side of Ford more than his service in the White House.

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Special Report- Ford To D.C.

CBS News Special Report: Gerald Ford's body is flown from California to Washington D.C. Ford's body will lie in the Capitol to honor his years of service in Congress. Katie Couric reports.

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Saddam's Execution Nears

David Martin reports that Iraq's former dictator, Saddam Hussein, is still in a U.S. jail cell, awaiting execution. Martin reports the Iraqis want to execute him as soon as possible.

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Countdown to Saddam Execution

Saddam Hussein may have just a few more hours to live. But Gwen Belton reports that his lawyers have taken last-minute action to delay his execution.

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General Criticizes Iraq Plan

Retired U.S. Army General John Batiste, a former commander in Iraq, spoke with Katie Couric about the situation there. He says simply increasing troop numbers won't stem the violence.

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