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Thursday, April 21, 2005

American 'Saint' Remembered

American aid worker Marla Ruzicka, killed in a roadside bombing, is being remembered for her courageous work in Iraq. CBS News' Lee Cowan reports.

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Shocking News About Weight

A controversial new government study suggests that being overweight may not be as deadly as previously thought. Dr. Emily Senay has more on The Early Show.

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Power Politics On The Hill

CBS News' Gloria Borger sheds some light for The Early Show on two battles on Capitol Hill: The nomination of John Bolton as U.N. ambassador and Tom DeLay's ethics problems.

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Growing Violence In Iraq

A string of attacks has killed at least nine Iraqis and wounded 21. One suicide car bomb targeted interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi's convoy. CBS News' Lee Cowan reports.

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Soldiers' Treasure Chests

When a U.S. service member dies, a family back home has a lot to piece together. Mark Strassmann reports that trunks filled with the soldier's belongings often serve to comfort grieving families.

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More Scrutiny For Bolton

The road to confirmation grew even murkier for John Bolton as one of President Bush's former ambassadors spoke out against him. Gloria Borger had the story from the Hill.

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Insurgent Attacks Surge

After a calm month, insurgent attacks in Iraq are surging, David Martin reports. Several attacks from the past few days appear to show stronger coordination, which is troubling to the new government.

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11 Dead In Iraq Copter Crash

It was a deadly day in Iraq for civilian contractors. Six American workers were killed in a helicopter missile attack near Baghdad. Two others died on the road to the airport, Lee Cowan reports.

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Generation RX

Teenagers looking to get high are turning away from Marijuana and turning to what's stored in most every home: prescription drugs. Drew Levinson has more about the latest study on teen drug abuse.

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Copter's American Fatalities

Six Americans were killed in an attack on a commercial helicopter in Iraq. Also dead were three Bulgarian crew members and two Philippine bodyguards. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Americans Killed In Attack

The U.S. Embassy says six Americans have died in a helicopter crash in Iraq Thursday. The craft was Bulgarian owned. And Bulgarian officials say missile fire caused the wreck. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Chopper Crash Site Footage

Footage from the site north of Baghdad where a commercial helicopter contracted by the U.S. Defense Department crashed, killing nine people.

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Benedict XVI Moves In

It has been a busy day for Pope Benedict XVI. He presided over his first papal mass and moved into his new living quarters in the Vatican. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Cardinal Talks Pope Election

Chicago's archbishop, Cardinal Francis George, told The Early Show about electing conservative Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger of Germany as the new pope.

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Guilty Terror Plea Expected

The man charged with six counts of terrorism is declared competent to plead guilty. The only thing that's certain is that Zacarias Moussaoui will appear in court Friday, Jim Stewart reports

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