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Saturday, May 15, 2004

Israelis March For Peace

As Israeli helicopters rocketed targets in Gaza, the biggest peace demonstration in years was taking place in Tel Aviv. Richard Roth reports.

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U.S. Priority- Oust Militia

U.S. troops are trying to oust radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and his militia before a new Iraqi government takes over on June 30th. David Hawkins reports.

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School Vouchers- Help Or Hurt?

Virginia Walden-Ford talks to CBS News? Gretchen Carlson about being integrated into the public school system in the 1960?s and her new, unlikely role as an advocate for school vouchers.

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Cell Phones- New Terror Tool?

There's an unusual battle brewing in Southern California over tactics in the war on terrorism, and the despite centers on cell phone users. Bill Whitaker explains.

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Torture Survivors Talk

The Pentagon announced it would change the rules for interrogating Iraqi detainees after the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. Now, torture survivors of other eras share their stories. Joie Chen reports.

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Oil And The Economy

The soaring price of oil is having an impact not only on gasoline prices, but also the national economy in general. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on what experts think will happen next in the gas game.

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Amputee GI Still Fighting

Mark Strassmann has the Inside Story on the strength and determination of one soldier who returned to active duty in Iraq just seven weeks after losing his foot in battle.

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Bishop Warns Catholic Voters

Jim Axelrod talks to a Colorado bishop who wants to restrict communion for Catholics who vote for politicians who back abortion rights, gay marriage and other things against church teaching.

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Abuse In Afghanistan?

In addition to facing an upsurge in ambush attacks, U.S. forces in Afghanistan are now facing questions about treatment of Afghan citizens arrested in the hunt for terrorists, Tom Fenton reports.

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