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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Murder And The Church

Charges of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church have reopened an old murder investigation. Dan Rather reports.

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Wednesday: Calif. eyes right to die bill, roaming Iraq with the Buffalo and clash of the sea titans.

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Roaming Iraq With The Buffalo

Mark Strassmann takes viewers on a ride with 'The Buffalo,' the U.S. Military's 'Humvee on steroids' that detects and destroys bombs in Iraq. Dozens roam roads there, and 50 more are being deployed.

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New Baghdad Offensive

U.S. troops continue sweeping for weapons caches near the Syrian border and a new offensive is underway to target car bombers in Baghdad, David Martin reports.

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Stem Cell Veto Threat

Although Congress is poised to pass the stem-cell research legislation, lawmakers don't necessarily have a 'super-majority' needed to override the president's promised veto, Gloria Borger reports.

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Owen Confirmed As Fed Judge

Priscilla Owen has finally been confirmed as a federal appellate court judge. Her confirmation ends a long standoff in the Senate. Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington D.C.

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House Bucks Bush On Stems

The House has passed a bill to fund stem cell research, sending it to the Senate, but President Bush says he'll veto it if it reaches his desk. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Stem Cell Bill Debate

On Capitol Hill, the controversial issue of stem cell research has hit the House floor. One of the two bills being considered could lead to a presidential veto. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Switching Targets In Iraq

With 14 U.S. soldiers dead in just three days, Mark Strassmann reports that it seems as if Iraqi insurgents are again targeting American troops rather than Iraqi security forces.

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Tracking Zarqawi

A key Internet site indicates that terrorist leader Abu Musab al Zarqawi is injured. But that's hard to verify, as is most else about his recent path, reports David Martin.

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