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Thursday, April 7, 2005

U.S. Pays Respects To The Pope

Father Paul Robichaud, a CBS News analyst and pastor of the American Catholic Community, describes the visits of President and Mrs. Bush, Presidents Clinton and Bush, and other pilgrims.

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President Makes History

George W. Bush will be the first sitting U.S. president to attend a papal funeral, accompanied by two predecessors and the first lady. CBS News' John Roberts reports.

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Crowds Pour In To See Pope

Crowds are still pouring into St. Peter's Square to see the late pope, despite the fact that security has been turning people away. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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The Pope And Judaism

Dating back to his roots in war-time Poland, Pope John Paul II had special ties to the Jewish community like no pope before him, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Tax Reform

President Bush says he's simplifying the tax code. But others say the government's tax-code overhaul could shift the tax burden to the middle class. Lee Cowan has the lowdown.

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Reverence Via Internet

Young people organized a large vigil for the pope in his hometown in Poland. Elizabeth Palmer reports they see John Paul II as not only a religious figure, but as a political giant.

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Bush Pays Respects To Pope

President Bush and his wife, Laura, along with George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton paid their respects to Pope John Paul II on Wednesday, viewing his remains at St. Peter's Basilica.

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Chopper Crash Kills 16

A U.S. military helicopter crashed in Afghanistan, killing at least 16 people. It happened southwest of Kabul, in the middle of the flat desert, Stacy Case reports.

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Line To See Pope Miles Long

As many as 4 million people may attend Friday's funeral in Rome for Pope John Paul II. The line to view his body stretches for miles. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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