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Sunday, April 10, 2005

Disabled Boy Touched By Pope

CBS News' Bob McNamara explains how one disabled boy who was touched by the pope propelled towards great achievements.

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Senate To Consider Bolton

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will begin considering President Bush's choice for U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton. Joie Chen has more.

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Gas Prices Hit Consumers

With gas prices at record highs, ripple effects tore throughout the economy as store-owners passed increases onto their customers. CBS News' Trish Regan has more.

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Protestors Mark Anniversary

Saturday marks the second anniversary of U.S. forces taking control of Baghdad and toppling the statue of Saddam Hussein. Lee Cowan has more on Baghdad, two years later.

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DeLay Under Fire

What started with the struggle over Terri Schiavo's life and death and the role lawmakers played in her final days is fast becoming an all-out dogfight. Joie Chen has the story.

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Memories Of John Paul

A day after his funeral, poles were still packing churches in the pope's hometown Saturday where lifelong friends are re-living their memories. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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