Topics: September 30

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Friday, September 30:

• New York Times reporter Judith Miller (search) was freed after 85 days in a federal detention center and appeared for testimony before a federal grand jury Friday, throwing a spotlight once again on the White House role in the leak of a covert CIA officer's identity. Carl Cameron has a report.

• And while President Bush and Secretary Rumsfeld said, "Well done" to a departing Joint Chiefs Chairman General Richard Myers (search), Sunni-led insurgents killed at least nine people with a car bomb in a crowded market, in the second blast against Shiite civilians in as many days. Bret Baier has the details from the Pentagon.

• Then, former Education Secretary William Bennett (search) is under fire for remarks he made on his radio show, linking the crime rate and to African-American abortions. Major Garrett will explore the controversy.

• And some of New Orleans' most popular neighborhoods officially reopened to residents today, but the welcome is overshadowed by the police department’s investigation of a dozen officers accused of looting during the lawlessness that engulfed the city after Katrina. Steve Brown has a report.

• Also, why is President Jimmy Carter (search) filing a federal lawsuit over a new voting law in Georgia? Correspondent Jonathan Serrie will explain.

• A trial has been underway for the last few days in the town of Dover, Pennsylvania, which has required that intelligent design be taught in science classes along with evolution. David Lee Miller looks at the trial.

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