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Friday, May 20, 2005

Home Buyer's Advantage

There's good news for people in the market for a house or just looking to refinance. Vera Gibbons of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine explains on The Early Show.

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Stem Cell Breakthrough

In South Korea, scientists have created the world's first embryonic stem cells for individual patients, and they did it in record time. CBS News' Barry Petersen reports.

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Saddam With Pants Down

U.S. officials are investigating how a photo of Saddam Hussein in his underwear made it onto the front page of a British tabloid. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Saddam's Brief Scandal

President Bush says the photos of Saddam in his underwear won't inspire violence, but leaders around the world are appalled. Mark Strassmann has the story of the tabloid photos' global impact.

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Army Damage Control Day

On the day Army recruitment is standing down amid enlistment scandals, Bob McNamara talks to a former recruiter about the pressures to make recruitment quotas.

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GOP Divided On Research

In the midst of heavily partisan judicial battles, a scientific research issue is dividing the Republican party. Gloria Borger has the lowdown on the stem cell research rift.

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Stem Cell Politics

Dozens of Republicans are siding with congressional Democrats on stem cell research, while President Bush threatens a veto on research legislation. Wyatt Andrews reports on the growing debate.

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Outrage Over Hussein Photos

Some from Arab region say they are outrage about the publication of intimate photos of Saddam Hussein in custody, CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Tough Proposals On Steroids

NFL and NBA commissioners were on Capitol Hill for hearings on steroid use as lawmakers consider a tougher drug policy like the one used for U.S. Olympic athletes. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Buildup To Counter N. Korea

As speculation abounds about North Korea's threat to the United States, it's no secret that the U.S. is building up a major stockpile on the territory of Guam. David Martin has the details.

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Recruiting High Schoolers

Federal law not only gives military recruiters access to high school campuses, but also gives them access to students' private information. Jim Acosta has the story.

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