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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Clinton Checks Into Hospital

Ex-President Clinton has checked into a New York hospital to undergo surgery. Doctors aim to fix complications from a previous heart operation. CBS News Correspondent Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Big break in judge case, police charged for mafia hits, Social Security model, Chile and first sign off for Schieffer.

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Social Security Model- Chile

A system similar to President Bush's Social Security plan is at work in Chile. Trish Regan reports on the pluses and minuses of the program, which allows each worker to control his or her own pension.

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Clinton's Surgical Success

Doctors report former President Clinton is recovering well after surgery. Elizabeth Kaledin spoke with Dr. Jeffery Gold, who detailed the procedure to remove scar tissue from Clinton's chest.

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Red-State Retirement Frets

As President Bush tours to promote his Social Security plan, CBS visits red-state Alabama. John Roberts talks with experts and citizens about their worries about private accounts.

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Vatican Hopes For Pope

The Vatican has announced Pope John Paul II will be out of the hospital in time for Easter but is not ready to leave for now. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports from Rome.

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Bush Pushes For Democracy

President Bush welcomes a movement towards democracy in the Middle East, and hopes it marks the beginning of a new era. CBS News' Bill Plante has more.

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Follow-Up Surgery For Clinton

Ex-President Clinton will undergo non-emergency surgery for fluid and scar tissue built up in his chest after the heart bypass surgery last year. The Early Show's Dr. Emily Senay reports.

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Close Up On Tragedy

Opening his reporter's notebook one last time, Dan Rather looks back at the most shocking day of the 21st Century. Sept. 11, 2001 influenced politics, social life and affected each American.

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