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Friday, March 24, 2006

Pope Adds 15 More Cardinals

In a ceremony at the Vatican today, Pope Benedict XVI elevated 15 Catholic officials to the College of Cardinals. Among them were two Americans, Alan Pizzey reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Tim Hortons debuts on the NYSE today, unrest in Nigeria has caused crude oil prices to rise, Feb. home sales report will be released, and music sales are down.

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U.S. Targets Iraqi Insurgents

Sectarian violence continues in Iraq, as U.S. and Iraqi forces team up to try to weed out insurgents. Susan Roberts reports.

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In History- Reagan Shot

This Week In History: On March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot. White House Press Secretary James Brady, a Secret Service official and a Washington policeman were also hit.

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L.A. Students Walkout

CBS News RAW: High school students in Los Angeles walked out of class to protest immigration legislation. NO AUDIO.

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On Track For Safer Trains

The Department of Transportation conducted its first train crash test using the Crash Energy Management System. Manuel Gallegus reports that the test aims to reduce severe train injuries.

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Belarus Police Storm Protest

Only On The Web: CBS News Moscow bureau chief Beth Knobel reports on the police raid in Belarus that ended protests against President Alexander Lukashenko's recent re-election.

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Former Muslim Faces Death

In Afghanistan, Muslim clerics are calling for the execution of a Christian convert. The 41-year-old man is on trial for turning away from Islam. President Bush calls the case 'deeply troubling.'

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College Of Cardinals Grows

Only On The Web: Alan Pizzey reports Pope Benedict XVI added 15 more members to the College of Cardinals, including two Americans, Archbishops Sean O'Malley and William Levada.

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Evening News Online

Friday: U.S. officials say Russia shared intelligence data with Saddam Hussein, thousands of people protest U.S. immigration laws, and a revolutionary breakthrough in hair replacement.

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Immigration Law Protests

Protesters turned out in Phoenix and Los Angeles to denounce immigration reforms being considered in Congress. As Sandra Hughes reports, the demonstrations were bigger and angrier than most expected.

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Death Penalty For Conversion?

Many Westerners have been outraged by the possibility that an Afghan man could be executed for converting from Islam to Christianity. But Jim Axelrod reports that a crisis may be avoided.

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Russia Shared Info With Saddam

The Pentagon released documents that show that Saddam Hussein got intelligence from Russia during the early days of the Iraq war. But as Bob Orr reports, the tips didn't do Saddam any good.

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Rescue Frees 3 Iraq Hostages

British and U.S. forces stormed a house in Baghdad and freed three Western peace activists who had been kidnapped. Lara Logan reports.

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Surviving A Hostage Ordeal

Sheila MacVicar reports on a man who had been kidnapped in Iraq and lived to tell about it ? and what the U.S. military is doing to increase the survival rate of hostages.

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Exxon Oil Spill- Pain Remains

The Exxon Valdez oil spill, which occurred 17 years ago, was the worst ecological disaster in U.S. history. Byron Pitts reports on how the ripple effects of the accident are still being felt.

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