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Monday, April 25, 2005

Iraq's Costly Repairs

Rows of armored vehicles rest in lines in an Alabama depot, awaiting repair. David Martin reports the Army will spend $7 billion on Iraq equipment repair this year.

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Illegal Workers Flock To Ga.

An influx of Hispanic day laborers, mostly illegal immigrants, is spurring protests over immigrants' rights in Georgia. Jim Acosta reports on the booming Hispanic population.

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New Supreme Court Attacks

Gloria Borger reports on the growing storm over judicial nominations, as Republicans prepare to neutralize the Senate filibuster power, which is the Democrats' only way to block the nominations.

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Bush- Talks Of Energy

On his way to meet Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah, President Bush told reporters some of the topics, such as oil prices, he may discuss.

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Violence At Iraq Funeral

Sunnis and Shiites exchanged gunfire in Najaf during a funeral for the victims of a soccer stadium massacre. Politicians tried to get the Iraqi government in order, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Pope Benedict Starts Reign

In St. Peter's Square, Benedict XVI was formally installed as pope, saying that he would listen to the will of God in governing the world's 1.1 billion Catholics. John Roberts reports.

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Pomp & Celebration

CBS News Correspondent Allen Pizzey takes a look at a few traditions that accompany the inaugural Mass for new popes.

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Benedict XVI- 'To Listen'

Benedict XVI was officially installed as pope at Saint Peter's Square on Sunday. CBS News' John Roberts reports on the elaborate ceremony that hasn't been seen in over a quarter century.

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