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Monday, March 14, 2005

Karen Hughes Is Back

President Bush is tapping Karen Hughes ... again. She's in charge of improving the U.S. image abroad. Hughes has a talent for humanizing White House policy, John Roberts reports.

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Gaping Holes In Air Security

Despite major airline security changes since Sept. 11 and $12 billion in government spending, the FBI says gaping holes exist in air security, reports Bob Orr.

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Oil Drilling Debated

The Senate plans to heavily debate a bill that would allow for oil drilling in Alaska's arctic wilderness refuge. The measure needs only 51 votes to pass, CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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Bloggers Not Protected

A ruling by a California judge that the state's shield law does not pertain to leaked trade secrets has online writers and bloggers worried. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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The Children Of Iraq

Growing up in a war zone causes psychological damage to Iraq's children, but moreover, it robs kids of a typical childhood. Kimberly Dozier talks to teachers and students near Baghdad.

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