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Thursday, April 28, 2005

Bush- Pass Energy Bill

President Bush said at a press conference that he is trying to tackle high energy costs, and that Congress should pass an energy bill by the summer.

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Bush On SS Plan Specifics

During a press conference, President Bush said he thinks benefits for low-income workers need to grow faster. He also outlined the specifics of his personal accounts plan for social security.

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Amputee Soldiers On

Captain David Rozelle had his foot blown off in Iraq. Now he feels like he's got something to prove to insurgents, and to give to fellow soldiers. Lee Cowan follows Rozelle back into Baghdad.

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Iraq Chooses A Cabinet

Iraq officials announced proposed cabinet members, a step toward forming a new government. But Lee Cowan reports that many key spots were left unfilled.

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New Evidence In Italy Dispute

The Pentagon says satellite video can expose new details of the international dispute over whether U.S. troops acted correctly when opening fire on an Italian convoy. David Martin reports.

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Bush Building Line To Voters

Since re-election, President Bush has tried to communicate with voters through speeches and conferences. Now he'll take his Social Security and energy battles to the press, John Roberts reports.

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Innovative Book Modernized

Our Bodies, Ourselves' has sold over 4 million copies in more than 30 years, and has just been updated 'for a new era.' Co-author Judy Norsigian tells The Early Show about the new edition.

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Bush To Push Soc Sec Plan

President Bush will meet with reporters at the White House to make a mass media pitch on Social Security. CBS News' Bill Plante says the president's agenda is in trouble.

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Soldiers Of Fortune

When American soldiers found millions of U.S. dollars in post-Saddam Iraq, the money went missing before military leaders cracked down, reports Vicki Mabrey for 60 Minutes Wednesday.

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NASA's New Adventure

More than two years after losing the space shuttle, Columbia, NASA will send astronaut Eileen Collins back in space to head a new mission. She joined Dan Rather on 60 Minutes Wednesday.

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NFL Grilled Over Steroids

After bashing baseball over steroids, Congress is tackling the same subject with pro football, which just strengthened its drug policy. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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