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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Star Wars 'Sith' Frenzy

Hype has been swirling around George Lucas' final 'Star Wars' episode for years. Will fans have the power to jumpstart Hollywood's economy? And is the movie kid-friendly? Bill Whitaker has the story.

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Presidential Grenade Threat

FBI sources say a grenade thrown from someone in the crowd when President Bush was speaking in formerly-Soviet Georgia was indeed real, and intended to go off, John Roberts reports.

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Steroid Rules Debated

In preparation for legislation on steroid use, a Senate panel heard arguments from league commissioners that the sports world can clean up its own mess, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Judge Testifies On Terror

Four months after two family members were killed by a disgruntled plaintiff, Judge Joan Lefkow told Congress that political rhetoric about the judiciary is making judges targets, Jim Stewart reports.

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Judge's Emotional Testimony

Judge Joan Lefkow, whose husband and mother were killed by a man upset with one of her decisions, testified to a Senate committee about protecting judges' safety.

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Filibuster Fight Analysis

Republicans vow to change the rules to keep Democrats from blocking judicial nominees. Cook Political Report analyst Amy Walter weighed in on The Early Show.

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Newsweek Retraction

Newsweek magazine has backed away from a story alleging that American interrogators desecrated a copy of the Quran, sparking deadly riots in Afghanistan. Bill Plante has more.

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Brit MP Blasts U.S. Congress

All but accusing senators of slander, George Galloway, a British parliament member, testified before Congress to deny Oil-for-Food misconduct allegations. Jim Stewart has the story.

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Quran Controversy

The White House is pressuring Newsweek to not only retract, but also re-report their story about the Quran that spurred protests. Wyatt Andrews has the unusual twist in the story.

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