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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Killing Our Fowl Friends

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Ed Boyle considers why the "animal loving" British are killing our fowl friends.

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Killing Our Fowl Friends

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Ed Boyle considers why the British are killing our fowl friends.

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Negro Leaguers In Hall Of Fame

Seventeen former players from the Negro Leagues will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Effa Manley will be the first female inductee. Susan McGinnis reports.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports that chocolate may help lower blood pressure, lawmakers want a 9/11 health coordinator and prostate cancer recurrence is influenced by the surgeon's experience level.

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Mayor Nagin On Mardi Gras

After Hurricane Katrina, it wasn't easy for New Orleans to decide whether go ahead with Mardi Gras. One of its biggest supporters was Mayor Ray Nagin, who spoke about it with Rene Syler.

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The Superdome Six Months Later

Six months after Hurricane Katrina, Dave Price visits the Superdome, which is being remodeled after the storm damaged its infrastructure.

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Teen Seeks Cell Phone Law

A 14-year-old has prompted Minnesota lawmakers to try and crack down on drivers who talk on their cell phones. He said he was moved to act because his sister's driving scared him to death.

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Bush's Approval Rating Dips

The controversial port deal hasn't been helping President Bush's approval rating. A new CBS poll finds that it's now at the lowest it has ever been. Bill Plante reports.

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Car Bombs Kill Dozens In Iraq

There were four car bombs in a renewal of violence in Iraq. Also, the shrine to Saddam Hussein's father was attacked, just as the deposed dictator's trial was set to begin. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Analyzing Bush's Poll Numbers

Amy Walter, senior editor of the Cook Political Report, offers her analysis of the latest CBS News poll, which shows President Bush's approval rating at an all-time low of 34 percent.

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Iraqi Violence Escalates Again

Another surge of violence has rocked Iraq. As Aleen Sirgany reports, suicide bombers killed dozens and the death toll from recent sectarian unrest may be much higher than previously thought.

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Renewed Shiite-Sunni Violence

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports on the latest violent attacks between Shiites and Sunnis, as the Iraqi government ponders another curfew to curb the attacks.

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Bush's Sagging Poll Numbers

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's sagging poll numbers. The public disapproves of his handling of the Arab-port deal, Iraq and terrorism.

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More Violence In Iraq

Sixty people were killed in renewed attacks around Iraq. The Washington Post reports that more than 1,300 Iraqis have died since last week's attack on a major Shiite shrine. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Technology's New Frontier

As President Bush embarks on a five-day trip to the Indian subcontinent, Lara Logan reports from Bangalore, which has become India's high-tech capital.

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Fighting The Flow Of Bird Flu

Health officials around the world are trying to slow the spread of bird flu any way they can. In France, they're vaccinating hundreds of thousands of geese and ducks. Richard Roth reports.

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Red Cross Under Scrutiny

Members of Congress are expressing anger over the Red Cross's response to Hurricane Katrina, in light of thousands of internal documents that were released to the public. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bush's Approval At New Low

A new CBS News poll finds the president's job approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 34%. Jim Axelrod has more on the troubling news for the White House.

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