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Monday, February 27, 2006

Port Security Debate

Senators Charles Schumer, D-NY, and Lindsey Graham, R-SC, debate the controversial port deal that would let an Arab-based company operate key U.S. ports in five cities.

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Is Iraq In Turmoil?

White House National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley assessed the situation in Iraq, where a civil war between Shiites and Sunnis is potentially brewing in the wake of the holy shrine bombing.

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Street Gangs In New Orleans

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts reports from New Orleans, where the FBI is concerned about MS-13, a Latin street gang from Los Angeles that's making its presence felt in the city.

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President Addresses Governors

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke at National Governors Association in Washington, D.C. He thanked them for supporting the National Guard troops, and also commented on the war on terror.

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Lawmakers Address Port Deal

The controversial Arab-port deal is expected to take center stage on Capitol Hill as lawmakers are expected to introduce a bill that will give Congress more say in the process. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Deal Averts Port Deal Showdown

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on a deal between Congress and the White House that will extend a security review on Dubai Ports World, but President Bush will still have the final say.

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Iraq Still In State Of Unrest

In Iraq, curfews are lifted and Sunni politicians are offering to end their boycott of talks to form a new government. Also, the deadline for hostage Jill Carroll has passed. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Iraq Still In State Of Unrest

In Iraq, curfews are lifted and Sunni politicians are offering to end their boycott of talks to form a new government. Also, the deadline for hostage Jill Carroll has passed. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Fate Of U.S. Hostage

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad on the fate of abducted American journalist Jill Carroll. Officials say they know where she is and are optimistic about her release.

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Treme Brass Band Plays Again

After Hurricane Katrina hit, many members of the Treme Brass Band in New Orleans lost their homes, their instruments and their jobs. The band played a classic tune for Dave Price on "The Early Show."

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Deadline Passes, Curfew Ends

After a week of violence, Iraqi officials have lifted an extended curfew in Baghdad. Also, a midnight deadline for American hostage Jill Carroll has come and gone. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Friend On U.S. Hostage's Fate

Washington Post journalist Jackie Spinner assesses what may be happening in the case of her friend, kidnapped reporter Jill Carroll, as the deadline for her execution passed with no word.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports on efforts by French officials to prevent a bird flu outbreak, counterfeit versions of the anti-bird flu vaccine Tamiflu and a new discovery in prostate cancer.

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To Walk Again

Dr. Hans Keirstead of the University of California, Irvine, believes that embryonic stem cells are a medical milestone seen only every 100 years, (and he hopes to conduct clinical trials on humans.)

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