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Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Iraqi TV Call For Help

Iraqi citizens are being asked to help stop suicide bombers, Lee Cowan reports. New TV ads ask for layman tips on reporting insurgents.

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Florida Law Shoots First

A newly signed Florida law allows citizens who feel threatened to shoot in self-defense. But some fear the law allows a 'shoot first, ask questions later' philosophy, Jim Acosta reports.

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Social Security Debate

Democrats remain firmly against President Bush's Social Security plan, and his 60 days of campaigning haven't improved public opinion. Bill Plante and Gloria Borger have the story.

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Sex Offender Ban In Miami?

Sex offenders may find living in Miami Beach less hospitable, if Mayor David Dermer can help it. He told The Early Show about his push for new bans.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Social Security debate and Alabama book ban bill.

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Luxurious Faraway Hospitals

A luxurious health care alternative for some 40 million uninsured Americans lies in the hospitals of faraway countries. 60 Minutes' Bob Simon reports.

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Clash On Capitol Hill

A clash is coming on Capitol Hill over a mixture of religion and politics. The focal point of the conflict is a critical vote over judges. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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Happy Birthday, Hubble

From showing the birth of a star to helping figure out the age of the universe, the Hubble space telescope has contributed infinitely to science. But the show could end soon, reports Mark Strassmann.

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