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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Israelis Go To The Polls

Meg Oliver reports on elections in Israel, where voters are going to the polls to decide which party will lead the government that could shape the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Moussaoui's Stunning Testimony

Zacarias Moussaoui took the stand and admitted in federal court that he and would-be shoe-bomber, Richard Reid, were supposed to hijack a plane into the White House. Jim Stewart reports.

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Senate Deal On Immigration

Immigration reform hits the full Senate. On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would give millions of illegal aliens a chance at citizenship. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Moussaoui's Testimony

Zacarias Moussaoui claimed he was to hijack a 5th plane Sept. 11 and fly it into the White House. Court TV's Savannah Guthrie and terrorism analyst Christopher Whitcomb discussed it with Julie Chen.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: President Bush changes his Chief of Staff, more than a million people take to the streets in France, and a battle between online and print encyclopedias.

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Costa Mesa's Identity Crisis

In this California city with a growing Latino population, the mayor pushed a controversial proposal through city council to train the police to act like U.S. immigration agents. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Housing Market Cooling

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates another quarter point to the highest level in five years. As Anthony Mason reports, the impact of these higher rates is being felt on home sales.

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High Court Hears Gitmo Case

The U.S. Supreme Court heard dramatic arguments in the appeal of a terror suspect being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. As Wyatt Andrews reports, this was one for the history books.

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U.S. Terror Security Gaps

There are continued questions about security at the nation's ports and border crossings. As David Martin reports, congressional investigators found serious gaps when they tested port security.

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White House Cabinet Shakeup

Gloria Borger analyzes the resignation of White House Chief of Staff and how Joshua Bolten will fit into his new role.

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Bush's Chief Of Staff Resigns

Amid declining job approval numbers, President Bush announced that his longtime Chief of Staff Andrew Card is stepping down and will be replaced by Budget Director Joshua Bolten. Jim Axelrod reports.

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White Supremacy In Costa Mesa?

Only On The Web:Bill Whitaker spoke to Prof. Umberto Caspa of California State Long Beach about Cosa Mesa's program to train police officers to perform some duties of immigration agents.

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Costa Mesa's Changing Face

Only On The Web: Bill Whitaker spoke to a community activist in Costa Mesa, California, about the city's plan to train police officers to act like immigration agents.

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Controversial Calif. Mayor

Only On The Web: Bill Whitaker spoke to the mayor of Costa Mesa, California, who pushed through city council a proposal to train police to perform some of the duties of immigration agents.

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A Pivotal Election In Israel

Israelis are heading to the polls to elect a new government in an election that may reshape the nation's future. As Charlie D'Agata reports, the Palestinians are also eyeing the election results.

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Protests Continue In France

CBS News RAW: French students scuffled with police at the Place de la Republiqueto as they continued their protests over a new youth employment law that they want the government to withdraw.

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Clinton On Danish Cartoons

CBS News RAW: Former President Bill Clinton expressed his regret at the way the international community handled the Danish cartoon controversy, saying it was a missed opportunity.

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Afghan Christian Released

An Afghan man who converted to Christianity is now seeking asylum in another country after being released from a Kabul prison. Abdul Rahman was originally sentenced to death for converting.

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White House Changing Of Guard

It's a changing of the guard at the White House. President Bush's chief of staff, Andrew Card, has resigned. The move came after a steep drop in Mr. Bush's approval ratings. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Senate Debates Immigration Law

On Capitol Hill, senators are debating legislation that would give millions of illegal immigrants a chance to become U.S. citizens. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Cabinet Meeting Wrapup

CBS News RAW: President Bush, accompanied by cabinet members, commented on their latest meeting, which focused on progress on the war on terror and the war in Iraq.

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Bolten Is New Chief Of Staff

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod reports on President Bush's choice of Josh Bolten as the new White House Chief of Staff. Bolten replaces Andrew Card, who resigned.

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Bush's Chief Of Staff Resigns

CBS News RAW: President Bush has accepted Andy Card's resignation as White House Chief of Staff. Card will be replaced by Joshua Bolten, now the White House Budget Director.

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Immigration Reform Debate

The debate over immigration reform is reaching a fever pitch in Washington. CBS News' Claudia Coffey reports the Senate is considering a law that could help illegal immigrants gain citizenship.

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Immigration Debate Begins

CBS News RAW The Senate Judiciary Committee began consideration of a controversial immigration bill. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa. pushed to send the bill to the Senate floor as soon as possible.

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Bush- Reform Immigration Laws

CBS News RAW In a speech Monday, President Bush called for immigration law reform and asked Americans to maintain perspective during this 'emotional' debate.

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Moussaoui's Admission In Court

Zacarias Moussaoui told a federal jury he was part of the 9/11 plot with shoe-bomber Richard Reid to hijack a fifth airplane and fly it into the White House. Drew Levinson reports.

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