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Friday, March 10, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the government will release Feb.'s employment report, mortgage rates reach a new high, and Imax has put itself on the auction block.

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Al Qaeda's Town Preview

Lara Logan visits a town in Iraq once terrorized by al Qaeda. The town's liberation may be a blueprint to winning the war on terror.

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Al Qaeda's Town

Insurgents led by Al Qaeda terrorized the town of Tal Afar, until U.S. and Iraqi forces drove them out. As Lara Logan reports, their methods have become a blueprint for the war on terror.

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HealthWatch

Melissa McDermott reports cigarette sales are at a 55-year low, head of Homeland Security says bird flu could appear soon in the U.S., and a new test helps identifying multiple sclerosis.

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FBI's Street Gang Sweep

The Department of Homeland Security has released the results of the FBI's two-week roundup of hundreds of violent gang members. Jim Stewart has more.

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Truckers Wanted

The U.S. economy created nearly a quarter of a million jobs last month. As Anthony Mason reports, the trucking business is one industry that is looking to fill open positions.

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Telemedicine Thrives

Telemedicine is allowing health professionals to evaluate patients over the internet. As Wyatt Andrews reports, working parents may benefit the most.

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Virtual Healthcare?

Only On The Web: Wyatt Andrews spoke to nurse practitioner Cyndi Tenhoopen about telemedicine, whereby medical professionals evaluate kids' illnesses via the internet.

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Bush- UAE Is An Ally

CBS News RAW: At the National Newspaper Associations' Government Affairs conference in Washington, D.C., President Bush commented on the port controversy concerning the United Arab Emirates.

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Dubai Pulls Out Of Port Deal

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the divisive port deal that's set Republicans and Democrats against the Bush administration. In the end, it was the port company that pulled the plug.

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Port Controversy Not Over

Even though an Arab-owned company has decided not to follow through with its deal to operate six American ports, President Bush is still in the hot seat over port security. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Travel Postcards- New York Botanical Garden

Times culture editor Patricia Cohen shares one of her favorite winter retreats: the lush conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx.

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Go Away, Bonds

Sports Illustrated's Tom Verducci tells CBS News that baseball would like to pretend that Bonds and his steroid issue would just go away.

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Patriot Act Renewal

CBS News RAW: After a long battle with Congress, President Bush signed a renewal of the anti-terrorism USA Patriot Act, saying that the bill has "helped save American lives."

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