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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

The McElwains On Meeting Bush

CBS News RAW: The autistic basketball player who capture the nation's heart met President Bush during a stopover visit. Jason and Debbie McElwain spoke to Steve Hartman about the meeting.

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Google Told To Hand Over Info

Google, the last of the Web companies to hold out against the government's request for information about users, will be ordered by a judge to turn over some search data. Alexis Christoforouos reports.

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Autistic Player Meets Bush

CBS News RAW: At the airport in Rochester, N.Y., President Bush met with Jason McElwain, the autistic student who scored 20 points in the last four minutes of his first varsity basketball game.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: More U.S. troops to Iraq, hoops hero meets Bush and Mike Wallace makes news.

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A Strategic Reserve

CBS News Military Analyst Retired Col. Mitch Mitchell examines the recent announcement of more American troops being sent to Iraq and what this means.

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Death Still Possible

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses what has happened to the feds case against Zacarias Moussaoui, even with the death penalty still possible.

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Amateur Hour

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen explains why the federal government may have ruined their case against Zacarias Moussaoui.

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Driving Banned In Baghdad

Ahead of the first meeting of Iraq's new parliament Thursday, driving will be banned in Baghdad. It's the government's latest effort to end a horrifying wave of violence. Lara Logan reports.

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More U.S. Troops To Iraq

CBS News has learned a battalion of about 700 standby soldiers in Kuwait are moving north toward Baghdad ahead of the anniversary of the U.S. invasion. David Martin has the exclusive report.

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New Al Qaeda Plot In Iraq?

Lara Logan breaks down the known details of what's been called an enormous al Qaeda plot to attack the heavily guarded Green Zone.

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Palestinian Prison Raided

An Israeli offensive to prevent the release of six inmates in Jericho sparked a firestorm across the West Bank and Gaza Strip. David Hawkins reports.

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Welcome To Bangor

Byron Pitts spoke with Sgt. Gloria Bermudez-Bly about coming home from Iraq and the reception she received from a group of greeters at Bangor International Airport in Maine.

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What Was The Plan

General William Wallace of the United States Army tells David Martin that he didn't personally expect to have to deal with a well-organized insurgency in Iraq, but now they've got to deal with it.

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Israeli Raid Prompts Gaza Fury

There was major unrest in the Gaza Strip after Palestinians attacked and set fire to a British council office in retaliation for an Israeli raid on a West Bank prison. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Poll- Fading Support For Iraq

Nearly three years since the Iraq war began, unrest continues to grip the nation and a new poll shows fading support for the effort. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Shopping Online In China

China's answer to Amazon.com is a booming business that is giving Chinese citizens some lessons in shopping on the Internet. Celia Hatton reports.

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Bush Embarks On Iraq PR Blitz

Faced with escalating violence in Iraq and declining poll numbers at home, President Bush gave the first in a series of speeches marking the third anniversary of the war. Bill Plante reports.

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Lobbying Reform Languishing

Only On The Web: Gloria Borger reports that lobbying reform, once a hot-button issue, has lost steam on Capitol Hill.

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Bush- Hopeful Future In Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush said the situation in Iraq is tense, but that a free government would emerge that represents the will of the Iraqi people.

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Students Clash With Police

CBS News RAW: Scores of angry students invaded one of Paris' most elite schools and clashed with police in a new escalation of protests against the government's controversial youth jobs plan.

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