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Friday, March 3, 2006

India Blends Old With New

In an economy and society that is in constant flux, the ancient traditions of India are vying to keep up with the 21st Century. Lara Logan reports.

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Madrid Train Bombings

On March 11, 2004 10 al Qaeda bombs ripped through crowded commuter trains in Madrid killing 191 and wounding more than 1,500.

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Pakistani Protests Greet Bush

President Bush has touched down in Pakistan, where thousands of protesters demonstrated in the capital. As Aleen Sirgany reports, security is on high alert during his trip.

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Report- Soviets Targeted Pope

A new report says the former Soviet Union wanted Pope John Paul II dead. The report says the Soviets targeted the pope for supporting anti-communist solidarity in Poland.

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President Likens India, U.S.

CBS News RAW: While visiting India, President Bush gave a speech likening the country to the United States.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's trip to South Asia and escalating sectarian violence in Iraq.

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Ex-FEMA Chief On Katrina Tapes

Former FEMA Director Mike Brown spoke with Hannah Storm about the newly released Katrina tapes showing government leaders warning President Bush of the impending widespread devastation.

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Concerns For Bush's Safety

President Bush travels to Pakistan today and some fear he may not be safe in a place that's a haven for terrorists. Security and terrorism expert Neil Livingstone comments on "The Early Show."

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Pakistan On Alert For Bush

As President Bush leaves India for Pakistan, security forces are on high alert following Thursday's bomb attack that killed an American diplomat. Bill Plante reports.

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Report- Al Qaeda Plot In Iraq

David Martin reports on a warning from intelligence sources that al Qaeda is reportedly planning a large-scale terrorist attack in Iraq, with the hope of plunging the country into civil war.

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Mistakes After Katrina

Tapes of a FEMA briefing just after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans show that Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco was wrong about the status of the levees in the city. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Preview- Prince Of Pot

Coming up on "60 Minutes:" Marc Emery's marijuana seed business was ignored by Canadian officials, but the U.S. wants to prosecute him for crimes that could land him in jail. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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'Shackled' Research

Only On The Web: Stanford University's Dr. Irv Weissman advocated for California's $3 billion initiative to fund embryonic stem cell research. He says the federal restrictions have hampered science.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on national retailers' latest sales figure numbers, the New York Stock Exchange's public stock offering and discouraging news from U.S. automakers.

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Anger Over A Symbol

CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen discusses how the Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo could cause a confrontation between China and Japan.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Al Qaeda's big Iraq attack? Bush headed to Pakistan and from team manager to celebrity.

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