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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Housing Market Bubble

Early Show financial adviser Ray Martin says today's real estate market isn't just hot, it's a record market, and has some tips for dealing with it.

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Gun-Toting Civilians

Florida Gov. Jeb Bush signed a bill that allows residents to defend themselves with deadly force. CBS News' Jim Acosta reports some fear this may result in unnecessary deaths.

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Pres. Bush's Energy Bill

Faced with the increased pressure of rising gas prices, President Bush is set to unveil an ambitious new energy bill. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Powerful Hand Holding

Holding hands might be a sign of friendship in the Middle East, but when President Bush grabbed Saudi crown Prince Abdullah's hand and held on, it became water-cooler fodder, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Priest Accused Of Spying

Officials say a Polish priest gave inside Vatican information to the Communist Party. John Paul would have been appalled at the discovery of a mole, Allen Pizzey reports.

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White House Security Blip

A blip on the D.C. no-fly-zone radar screen prompted crisis mode on Capitol Hill. But it was a false alarm. It was a case of 'better safe than sorry,' reports John Roberts.

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GOP Ethics Reversal

Rep. Tom DeLay has been under scrutiny for months. Now the congressional ethics committee is considering reversing rules it previously changed to avoid a DeLay investigation, Gloria Borger reports.

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Bush Unveils Energy Plan

President Bush is pushing an energy plan he hopes will quell the growing concern over high energy prices. He's calling for more nuclear power plants and hybrid cars, Stacy Case reports.

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Soc Sec Hearings Begin

Social Security reform took center stage at the Capitol, as the Senate Finance Committee began hearing ideas for saving the system. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush- Leadership Of Delay

At a roundtable to discuss social security reform, Pres. Bush briefly changed the subject to acknowledge the 'leadership' of House Majority Leader Representative Tom Delay (R-Texas).

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Prisoner On Ballot

A man jailed for suspected terrorism is on the ballot for Parliament in Great Britain, under the sponsorship of prominent actress Vanessa Redgrave, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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