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Sunday, June 12, 2005

'Sorry' For Lynchings In South

The U.S. has never apologized for its lynchings of thousands of people - many of them - southern blacks. But that may change with Congress. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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San Fran Bay Bridge Remodel

The California earthquake of 1989 damaged San Francisco's Bay Bridge, and replacing it has been a political tug of war - until now. John Blackstone reports on remodeling plans.

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Hope For Diabetic Moms

The prestigious New England Journal of Medicine broke its own publication embargo with an article about pregnant women and diabetes. CBS News' Sharyn Alfonsi has more about it.

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Riff Over Terror Convictions

With discrepancies between President Bush and The Washington Post's counts of terrorism convictions, Congress seeks a real benchmark on progress. Security expert Randy Larsen weighed-in.

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U.S. Air Strikes Kill 40

In the battle for Iraq, jets launched air strikes on a rebel roadblock near the Syrian border. The U.S. claims the mission near Karabilah killed approximately 40 insurgents. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Military Volunteer Crisis

The military's trying to be creative -- like possibly raising the age-limit for an enlistee to 40 years old -- to get more volunteers. Joie Chen reports.

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Army Recruiting Crisis

David Martin reports from Fort Jackson, S.C., where the crisis in Army recruiting is translating into a shortage of new soldiers.

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