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Thursday, April 14, 2005

Sainthood Support For Pope

American Catholics appear to strongly support sainthood for Pope John Paul. A new poll finds two-thirds want the late pope to be a saint. CBS News? Jennifer Donelan reports from the Vatican.

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Iraq Car Bombs Kill 18

Al qaeda claimed responsibility for two car bombings in Iraq that have killed 18 and wounded three dozen. The U.S. works to secure release of hostage Jeffrey Ake, Stacy Case reports.

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Rudolph Avoids Death

Eric Rudolph has pleaded guilty to a string of bombings that killed two people, avoiding a possible death sentence. CBS News' Jim Stewart reports.

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Panel- Some Silicone Safe

For 13 years, the use of silicone breast implants has been severely limited, but a government panel has said that one type of silicone implant is safe. CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports.

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Dual Iraq Car Bombs

Iraqi al Qaeda clamed responsibility for the worst car bombings in a month, which occurred during morning rush hour. Lee Cowan spoke with witnesses about the insurgents' agenda.

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Bankruptcy Bill Passes

Congress approved the largest bankruptcy reform in more than two decades. Designed to help businesses, Jim Axelrod reports that individuals could get hurt.

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U.S. Lied, Says Italian Journo

60 Minutes' Scott Pelley talked to Giuliana Sgrena, the Italian reporter kidnapped in Iraq whose car came under U.S. fire. She described what it's like to be in the hands of insurgents.

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American Pleads For Life

American contractor Jeffrey Ake pled for his life after being captured by Iraqi insurgents. Lee Cowan reports that he was kidnapped in broad daylight, but he might not have been the target.

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Rudolph Pleads Guilty

Eric Rudolph is in Atlanta to plead guilty to three bombings. He winked at prosecutors as he took a plea deal on another bombing. The deals take the death penalty off the table. Drew Levinson reports.

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