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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Are For-Profit Degrees Futile?

For-profit universities is slowly becoming the fastest growing segment of higher education in the country but, as Mark Strassmann reports, some students are unhappy with their degree and experience.

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Web Search Uncovers CIA Agents

Mika Brzezinksi speaks with Larry Johnson, a former CIA official, about The Chicago Tribune article, which uncovered the identities of thousands of CIA agents through internet searches.

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Bush On The Offensive

As President Bush begins a new campaign to build support for the war in Iraq, his biggest critics may be coming from within his own party. Joie Chen reports.

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Cycle Of Oil Smuggling In Iraq

Oil revenues were supposed to pay the bill for Iraq's post-war reconstruction, but that plan failed to account for a stream of oil smuggling that's taken place in the country. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Fury Of Violence Engulfs Iraq

Car bombings in a crowded Shiite neighborhood claimed dozen of lives, as the country's yet-to-be-formed government pushes up its first parliament meeting since voters elected it. Lara Logan reports.

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Muslims In America

Since 9/11, many Muslim-Americans feel they?re constantly living under a dark cloud of suspicion. Sharyn Alfonsi met some Muslim-American families and two men who are fighting back with humor.

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Chile's First Female President

CBS News RAW: Socialist pediatrician Michelle Bachelet, who went to prison, was tortured and exiled under Chile's military dictatorship, became the country's first female president.

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Spain Honors Bombing Victims

CBS News RAW: A cellist played songs for peace while hundreds of people fell silent in a somber ceremony at a memorial for the bombing victims in Madrid.

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GOP Starts On Campaign 2008

In a running start to Campaign 2008, thousands of Republican activists are meeting in Memphis to cast their first straw vote for president. Gloria Borger reports.

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