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Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Peanut Butter Politics

When Smuckers applied for a new patent, it raised the question: Can one patent a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Anthony Mason has the lowdown on what the government says about the sandwich.

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IRS Eyes The Big Spenders

Trading stocks? Transferring dividends? If so, the IRS has its eye on you, Jim Stewart reports. After a wave of corporate crime, the government is aiming to hold those who live large accountable.

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Ethics Questions Dog DeLay

It's been one accusation after another for House Republican leader Tom DeLay. Publicly, he's got support, but Gloria Borger reports that even his party allies are questioning his motives.

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Iraq Elects Interim President

Although it wasn't a high-tech vote - the parliament votes were tallied on a blackboard - Iraq selected an interim President, Lee Cowan reports. The Kurdish president will select a prime minister.

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Rome's Logistic Crunch

From a million bottles of water to dozens of new trains to carry pilgrims into the city, the pope's death has put Rome in a logistics tangle. Sheila MacVicar has a breakdown of security and stresses.

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Bush Visits Pope's Body

With five million people descending on Rome, and hundreds of dignitaries attending the pope's funeral, the city seems to be an ideal terror target. John Roberts reports some officials aren't nervous.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Bush visits Pope?s body, Opus Dei?s secrets and IRS eyes the big spenders.

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Mood Of The Conclave

Over 100 cardinals will start the process of selecting a new pope on April 18. Cardinal Francis Eugene George of Chicago tells The Early Show the cardinals are somber, but relaxed.

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'Faith-Based' Investing

Looking for financial advice? Well, many Christians are finding that all they need to know when it comes to money is in the Bible. CBS News' Susan McGinnis reports.

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Royal Watcher On Wedding

Royal watcher Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty magazine, dishes about the postponed wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles in deference to the pope's funeral.

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Cardinal Talks Next Leader

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the archbishop of Washington, tells The Early Show how cardinals from around the world are in Rome to mourn the pope and choose their next leader.

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