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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Capitol Chaos

When a small plane violated the Washington, D.C., no-fly zone, several federal buildings sent out evacuation warnings. Bob Orr asks: Was the response appropriate?

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Syrian Border Ops Flourish

Bob Schieffer talks with Colonel Bob Chase about the massive Marine strike against insurgents and smuggling routes near the Syrian border.

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D.C. Airspace Scare

A small plane flew too close to the White House, setting off an eight-minute evacuation just before noon. John Roberts reports it was the biggest homeland security test since the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Small Plane Scares D.C.

Major government buildings in Washington, D.C., were evacuated after a small plane was spotted in restricted air space, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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White House All Clear

An evacuation was called off at the White House and U.S. Capitol. War planes were seen flying overhead and reporters told to move to a secure location. CBS News' Bob Schieffer reports.

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Dozens Killed In Iraq

Insurgents unleashed a string of deadly attacks, killing more than 60 Iraqis in three cities. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports from Baghdad.

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Georgia On Bush's Mind

President Bush wrapped up his European tour in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, where he received a very warm welcome. CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports from Tsbilsi, Georgia.

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Pomp In Georgia

As President Bush toured the Balkans and Eastern Europe, scenes of patriotism followed him. Bill Plante reports on what's behind the rock-star welcome fledgling democracies gave Mr. Bush.

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Targeting Iraq's Foreigners

Since Iraq's new government was instated, a burst of bombings has killed nearly 300 people. Foreign Islamic extremists are almost always to blame, Mark Strassmann reports, and now are being targeted.

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