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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Virtual Hunting

A Web site allows anyone around the world with the Internet access to shoot a .22 rifle. But the concept of shooting animals from a computer is sparking a huge debate, Lee Cowan reports.

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DeLay's Ethics Line

House Republican Leader Tom DeLay is under ethics scrutiny, again. As one of the most powerful members of Congress, such criticism could harm DeLay or his colleagues, John Roberts reports.

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Evening News- Next

Coming up on the CBS Evening News: The new Pope: He's conservative in outlook. Where does that leave American Catholics who may disagree with him?

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Atlanta Hero's Pastor Talks

Ashley Smith cited her use of religion to bring Atlanta courthouse shooting suspect Brian Nichols into custody. Her former pastor, Frank Page, shares his thoughts on The Early Show.

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Terrorist Eyes 'Soft Targets'

According to Time magazine, intelligence officials believe that a top ally of Osama bin Laden has talked about hitting 'soft targets' in the U.S. Time's Jay Carney explains to The Early Show.

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Lebanese On The March

Hundreds of thousands of Lebanese are calling for an international investigation of their government's Syrian ties in the wake of ex-Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's killing, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Shopping For Religion

Prayers and chaplains might be unexpected among the yogurt and frozen fish. But new in-grocery store services and stations are bringing religion to the consumer, Mark Phillips reports from London.

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