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Thursday, May 19, 2005

Crusading Against Judges

Lee Cowan talks with self-described Christ-o-crats, who aren't shy about mixing church and state, especially regarding judicial choices. They bring politics to church, and God to the Hill, he reports.

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Tit For Tat Terror

Shiites and Sunnis are playing a blame game whenever an attack occurs. Mark Strassmann asks if the animosity, only increased by foreign insurgent bombings, is leading toward an Iraqi civil war.

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Bush Georgia Grenade Threat

A grenade tossed near President Bush while he was in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia was live, and could have caused serious harm. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Payday Or Rip-Offs?

60 Minutes Wednesday's Scott Pelley reports on payday lenders who legally charge as much as 400 percent interest rates.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Tit for tat terror, recruiting high schoolers and stealing a home.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Judge testifies on terror, medical mistakes stagnate and trailer parks in paradise.

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Constitutional Showdown

The battle over President Bush's judicial nominees moves to the Senate floor, when lawmakers review the nomination of Priscilla Owen. CBS News' Gloria Borger reports.

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History In Los Angeles

City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa made history by being elected L.A.'s first Hispanic mayor in more than a century. He defeated James Hahn, who beat him four years ago in a runoff.

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