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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Bush, Nigerian President Meet

CBS News RAW: President Bush met with Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo. The leaders discussed the ongoing violence in Darfur and the recent arrest of ex-Liberian warlord Charles Taylor.

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Changes Ahead For White House?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the resignation of the president's chief of staff. Plante says many people hope more changes will follow.

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Challenges For Israel's Kadima

Following the Kadima party's victory in Israel's national election, incoming Prime Minister Ehud Olmert now faces the challenge of working with the Palestinians. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Israel's Kadima Wins Election

The centrist Kadima party, founded by ailing leader Ariel Sharon, won 28 seats in the new parliament government. Charlie D'Agata reports on how the election will affect future settlement talks.

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Iraqi Commander Speaks On Raid

In Iraq, the controversy continues over a U.S.-Iraqi operation that some claim was an assault on civilian worshipers in a Baghdad mosque. Lara Logan has an exclusive insider's account of that raid.

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What Happened To Lobby Reform?

Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff was sentenced to five years and ten months in jail for fraud. As Gloria Borger reports, rewriting the rules of lobbying has lost steam in Washington.

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Bird Flu Vaccine Tested

Test results of the new bird flu vaccine are mixed, as it is effective only part of the time, and large doses are necessary. But as Elizabeth Kaledin reports, scientists say the news is positive.

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Brazil's Energy Solution

Scientists in Brazil have succeeded in developing a cleaner, cheaper alternative to gasoline. As Trish Regan reports, sugarcane ethanol has some amazing benefits.

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'We Have Invested In Ethanol'

Only On The Web: Scientist William Bernquist tells Trish Regan how Brazil may become free from imported oil by the end of 2006. The cheaper alternative to gasoline is sugarcane ethanol.

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A Pro-Immigration City

Only On The Web: Bill Whitaker talks with Maywood's councilmember Felipe Aguirre, who says that even if the Senate passes tough immigration laws, the Californian city will oppose them.

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'I Will Obey The Law'

CBS News RAW: The former mayor of Maywood, Calif., is now a minority on city council. Sam Pena says that unlike other councilmembers, he will support the strict immigration bill if approved.

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Ads Warn Of Meth Dangers

In an effort to stem a growing problem in the state, a billionaire started the Montana Meth Project, which is an ad campaign to warn teenagers about crystal meth. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Immigration Debate Hits Senate

The Senate is bracing for a contentious battle, as Republicans and Democrats attempt to pass bipartisan legislation aimed at reforming immigration law. Susan Roberts reports.

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Youth Labor Protests In France

Millions of demonstrators hit the streets across France in an effort to convince the government to overturn a controversial youth labor law. As Sheila MacVicar reports, the protests turned violent.

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Card Out, Bolten In

Seen by some as a way to fend off sagging poll numbers and disgruntled members of the Republican party, Andrew Card was replaced by Josh Bolten as chief of staff. Bill Plante reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's Stories: A billionaire starts an ad campaign to warn teens about crystal meth; A medical breakthrough for cervical cancer survivors; An author discusses his biography of Barbara Streisand.

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Saving For School

The Early Show's financial contributor Ray Martin explains how you can save for your children's college education with a 529 plan. Harry Smith reports.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Iraqi commander speaks on raid, Brazil's energy solution and embracing illegal immigrants?

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the importance of colon cancer screenings, the dangers of mixing energy drinks with alcohol, and how your childhood diet may affect your risk for breast cancer as an adult.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a possible Federal Reserve interest rate hike, a guilty plea by a KPMG tax partner, shrinking profits at General Motors and personal computer sales slowdown.

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Are Teens Getting Enough Rest?

With studies, jobs and a social life to juggle, many teens don't get enough sleep. A new poll suggests the lack of sleep is having a major effect on their grades and health. Thalia Assuras reports.

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