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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Bolton Vote Heads To Senate

As the vote on U.S. ambassador to the United Nations goes on to the Senate, the White House was surprised at the depth of criticism of John Bolton from some senators, Gloria Borger reports.

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War Over Origins Of Life

Science and religion have a rough relationship. In Kansas, the battle over how evolution should be taught in public school rages on. Bob McNamara reports that some teachers shy away from the topic.

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Insurgent Haven Nearly Clear

Blasts continued in Baghdad and five U.S. soldiers were killed, but the huge military offensive near the Syrian border has nearly choked insurgent supply lines. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Wash. Mayor Sex Scandal

Spokane Mayor James West is the subject of a preliminary FBI probe after a local newspaper reported that he offered jobs to young men in exchange for sex. CBS News' Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Moving 'To Do' List

Are you moving? It can be an expensive cost to incur. Early Show financial adviser Ray Martin gives advice on how to budget for a move and how it can actually save you money on your taxes.

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Lost Pilots Cause Scare

A brief, but hectic security scare that caused both the White House and the Capitol to be evacuated, was simply due to very lost pilots. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Friend Of Scare Pilots Talks

Jack Henderson, a friend of the pilots who flew near the White House, told The Early Show what he thinks was going through their minds at the time.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Bush unaware of D.C. scare, new Wild West: L.A. freeways and parents outsourcing etiquette.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: D.C. airspace scare, pedophile priest explains how and soothing babies with signs.

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Security Breach Near Bush

U.S. officials have been told that an inactive grenade was thrown in President Bush's direction while he addressed a crowd in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Bill Plante reports.

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Iraqi Police Patrols Targeted

Three separate suicide ambushes targeted police patrols in Baghdad as the massive Marine strike on insurgents near the Syrian border continued. Mark Strassmann has more from Iraq.

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