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Tuesday, March 7, 2006

South Dakota Bans Abortions

South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds has signed a bill banning abortions, except those to save the mother's life. Jennifer Miller reports on how this may set a legal precedent.

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Sheehan Released After Protest

CBS News RAW: Cindy Sheehan was released from jail on March 7, one day after being arrested with three other women during a demonstration demanding the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.

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Cheney Warns Iran Over Nukes

CBS News RAW: In a speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Vice President Dick Cheney said the United States and other nations will not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon.

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Hostage Video & Iraq Unrest

As Iraq deals with a split government and a possible British troop pullout, a new video surfaced on Al Jazeera of three missing Christian hostages appealing for their release. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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New Video Of Hostages

Al-Jazeera TV has aired new video of three Christian peace activists being held hostage in Iraq. An American who was among them is missing from the tape.

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Constitutional Imbalance?

Key Senate Republicans told administration officials that unless they agree to more congressional oversight, the Senate will investigate the terrorist surveillance program. Gloria Borger reports.

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Tri-Border Area's Terror Link

Trish Regan reports from a lawless area in South America, where much of the illicit activity is being used to fund terrorists in the Middle East.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Remembering Dana Reeve, tri-border area's terror link and 'The Da Vinci Code' in court.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports the bird flu surpasses AIDS, an experimental vaccine shows promise in preventing ear infections, and nearly half of American kids will be overweight by 2006.

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Authors On Bonds' Steroid Use

CBS News RAW: Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams, authors of the book "Game of Shadows," discuss details of their investigation into Barry Bonds' use of performance-enhancing drugs.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the government will report on 2005 productivity gains, Merck is back in court over Vioxx, and Intel will unveil its latest offerings at its Developers Forum.

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Cruise Ship Disappearances

A congressional hearing will take a look at how the cruise ship industry deals with crimes on board. Hannah Storm reports.

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SUV Rampage On Campus

Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar allegedly hit nine people with his SUV at the University of North Carolina. In 911 calls, he said it was done to punish the U.S. government. Lora McLaughlin reports.

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War Hero's Death Inquiry

Eugene Fidell, a military lawyer and president of the National Institute of Military Justice, offers analysis into why a criminal probe has been opened into the death of former NFL player Pat Tillman.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Research in Motion's stock following the Blackberry settlement, the latest unemployment report for February and Microsoft's latest offering: Origami.

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Losers Win Big At Razzies

It's award time in Hollywood, and red carpets are being rolled out for stars to congratulate themselves on jobs well done. But there's one ceremony no one is dying to get into. Sandra Hughes reports.

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