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Wednesday, March 8, 2006

Cruise Ship Crimes Targeted

Ten million people go on cruises each year and most are unaware of how the industry deals with crime. As Mark Strassmann reports, this has prompted Congress to take a closer look.

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NYSE Officially Goes Public

After 214 years, the New York Stock Exchange is now a public traded company following its merger with Archipelago, an electronic trading system. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the New York Stock Exchange's first day as a publicly traded company, a close look at oil prices, the Enron trial, and unclaimed IRS refunds.

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Bradley's Reporter's Notebook

In the upcoming "Brutal" segment, Ed Bradley speaks about his interview with Kevin Weeks and journalist Howie Carr about the whereabouts of fugitive Whitey Bulger, who is accused of killing 21 people.

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Video Of James Whitey Bulger

CBS News RAW: The FBI released a 25-year-old tape of James "Whitey" Bulger, who is No. 2 on the FBI's most wanted list behind Osama Bin Laden. He is accused of killing 21 people.

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Tips For A Healthy Lunch

Dr. David Marks explains how your lunch may be responsible for that sluggish feeling in the afternoon and tells you what to cut from your diet to avoid the afternoon crash.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports about half of us have a gene that helps metabolize caffeine, makers of Advair warn users of a possible deadly reaction, and Tysabri's fate rests with a government committee.

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Nuclear Standoff

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk discusses how the Iran nuclear talks are going and where they are heading.

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Vote To Block Ports Deal

Republicans on a key House committee slapped down the president's plan to allow an Arab company to run six U.S. seaports, perhaps killing the deal for good. Sharyl Attkisson looks at what happened.

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Bush Looks At Levees

Surveying work on New Orleans' levee system, President Bush predicted the repairs would be complete before the start of hurricane season. Jim Axelrod examines the task at hand.

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Dozens Abducted In Iraq

About 50 workers at a private security company were kidnapped in Iraq on the same day that Baghdad was the target for a series of explosions that killed at least four people. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Republicans May Kill Port Deal

Unhappy with the port deal, Republican leaders in Congress are hoping to attach the unapproved transaction to a Katrina and Iraq spending measure that would require President Bush to veto the bill.

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Third Arrest In Church Arson

Federal authorities have arrested a third suspect in connection with the nine Alabama church arsons. Two college students were arrested earlier. Michael Weber reports.

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Bush Pledges Gulf Coast Relief

President Bush visited New Orleans to see how the recovery efforts are faring in the Gulf Coast. As Teri Okita reports, his visit comes a week after a damaging video briefing.

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Bush On Rebuilding Gulf Coast

CBS News RAW: In a visit with New Orleans officials, President Bush commented on pressing Congress for billions of dollars for rebuilding levees and housing in the hurricane-ravaged area.

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Bonds Drug Allegations

Lance Williams alleges in a carefully researched book that baseball star Barry Bonds has frequently used illegal, performance-enhancing drugs. Armen Keteyian talks with the author.

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U.S. Warns Iran Again On Nukes

The White House is pressuring Iran to stop all enrichment of nuclear fuel. But as Aleen Sirgany reports, Iran isn't willing to comply to all of the demands regarding its nuclear program.

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Ex-Enron CFO In Court

Former Enron finance chief Andrew Fastow is the government's star witness in its fraud case against the company's founder Kenneth Lay and his No. 2 man, Jeffrey Skilling. Drew Levinson reports.

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