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Thursday, March 17, 2005

Palmeiro Hits Back At Canseco

CBS News RAW: Jose Canseco charged in his book that former teammate Rafael Palmeiro used steroids. During his statement to the House Government Reform Committee, Palmeiro fired back at Canseco.

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McGwire Won't Name Names

During an emotional statement, retired slugger king Mark McGwire told the panel he would not 'participate in naming names' of players who used steroids.

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Sosa Denies Steroid Use

Through an interpreter, Sammy Sosa told the House Government Reform Committee that he has 'never taken illegal performance-enhancing drugs.' Sosa also expressed sympathy to victims of steroid abuse.

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Canseco On The Defensive

Jose Canseco, former professional baseball player and author of the controversial memoir that led to congressional hearings on steroids, gives his opening statement to the committee.

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Batter Up On Capitol Hill

Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA) and Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) open a House committee investigation on Capitol Hill addressing steroid use in Major League Baseball and its impact on young kids.

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Gas Prices Down The Road

If you thought filling up an SUV was bad, check out these yellow gas-guzzling monsters with Lee Cowan. School busses cost up to $100 to fuel up, causing school districts to get creative.

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Baseball's Big Problem

Major League Baseball took to the Hill as players testified that steroid use is harmful and should be regulated. But, as Jim Axelrod reports, they say doping isn't a pervasive problem in the league.

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MLB Players To Face Congress

Don't expect many softball questions when star baseball players testify under oath on Capitol Hill. Congress wants to cover all the bases on steroid use. CBS News' Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Peterson Jurors Talk

CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone talked to jurors from the Scott Peterson trial, who shared their thoughts on the emotional hearing and explain why they recommended the death penalty.

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Church Against 'Da Vinci Code'

Millions have already read the best-selling novel 'The Da Vinci Code,' but now a top church official is calling it a 'sack full of lies.' CBS News Correspondent Allen Pizzey reports.

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Being Honest With Your Doctor

Honesty is always the best policy when talking to your doctor, to help you get the best care, reports The Early Show's Medical Correspondent, Dr. Emily Senay.

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Peterson Is On Death Row

Scott Peterson is now on death row at the San Quentin prison for murdering his wife and their unborn son. CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone reports.

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Fuel-Efficient Cars

If your car is a gas-guzzler, you may want to consider a more fuel-efficient model. David Champion, director of the Consumer Reports automotive testing facility, explains on The Early Show.

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Gas Saving Tips

Robert Sinclair of the American Automobile Association gives The Early Show some fuel-saving tips for drivers who want to minimize what they pay to fill 'er up.

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Peterson Faces Sentencing

Scott Peterson will be sentenced formally for the murders of his wife and their unborn son. The jury that found him guilty recommended execution. CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone reports.

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