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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Soyuz Launched

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Hardwood examines the Soyuz launch to the space station and what the future of the NASA space shuttle program holds.

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Book Reveals Bonds

Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams, authors of "Ghost of Shadows," discuss the evidence of Barry Bond's steroid use and what this might mean for the game of baseball.

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Osama's Ex-Bodyguard Speaks

Osama bin Laden's former bodyguard tells Bob Simon he was instructed to kill the terrorist leader if bin Laden was ever caught. "He preferred to be killed than to be captured," the ex-bodyguard says.

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Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Bob Simon talks about his 60 Minutes interview with former bin Laden bodyguard, Abu Jandal, and the dire predictions he makes.

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MLB Launches Steroids Probe

CBS News RAW: Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig announced an investigation into alleged steroid use by some of its players.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the new human vaccine against the bird flu, a government panel report about women who plan to have C-section births and a new software update for iPod volume levels.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Hostage Jill Carroll released, miner released from hospital and Reagan's near-death experience.

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Dance Dance Your Way To Health

To combat childhood obesity, a school in West Virginia is using the Dance Dance Revolution video game as a physical education activity. Rene Syler tested out the game with three students.

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Jill Carroll's Release

Kidnapped journalist Jill Carroll has been set free this morning in Baghdad, Iraq, and she discussed her captivity on Arab TV. David Martin discusses her release with Julie Chen.

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Truth About Energy Star Label

Leigh Gallagher, senior editor of Smart Money, speaks to Julie Chen about the Energy star label, which presumably provides energy efficiency ratings. However, the labels may be misleading.

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Navigating Medicare Part D

The enrollment deadline for Medicare Part D, the new prescription drug plan, is May 15. AARP's Cheryl Matheis discusses how to enroll in the right plan for you. Julie Chen reports.

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Price Talks To Kids About Work

Dave Price speaks with kids from Citrus Park Elementary School in Tampa, Fla., and West Nyack Elementary School in West Nyack, N.Y., about their parents' jobs.

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Report- Jill Carroll Released

U.S. military and embassy sources confirm journalist Jill Carroll was released by her captors, a day after her sister made a desperate plea for her release on Arab television. Lara Logan reports.

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Voice Of The Past

Trish Regan speaks with the mother of Chris Hanley, whose 911 call from the 106th floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower has been released.

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Red Cross Fraud Investigation

After reports that some of its volunteers stole Hurricane Katrina relief money and supplies, the Red Cross investigated. Sharyl Attkisson reports that the agency has passed its findings to the FBI.

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Family's Deep Sigh Of Relief

Jill Carroll's kidnappers had threatened to kill her unless all women detainees in Iraq were released. Cynthia Bowers reports on Carroll's very happy and relieved family.

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Hostage Jill Carroll Released

Jill Carroll, a 28-year-old American reporter, was released 82 days after she was kidnapped in Baghdad. Lara Logan reports on the joy surrounding the conclusion to this drama.

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Carroll Speaks Against War

CBS News RAW: In undated tapes, newly released hostage Jill Carroll speaks against the Iraq War and President Bush. They appear to have been made by her captors, who question her off-screen.

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Carroll Freed By Her Captors

A three-month kidnapping ordeal is over for American journalist Jill Carroll. On Arab television, Carroll gave her account of what happened during her abduction. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Course To Carroll's Captivity

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer reports on the course of events that led to the capture of Christian Science Monitor's Jill Carroll.

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Jill Carroll's Condition

CBS News RAW: Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, discusses meeting Jill Carroll after her release. He also addresses whether she was tortured and if any abductors are in custody.

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Bush- Glad Carroll's Alive

CBS News RAW: While in Cancun, Mexico, President Bush reacts to news of Jill Carroll's release, saying, "I'm really grateful she was released and thank those who worked hard for her release."

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Reaction To Carroll's Release

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports on the release of Jill Carroll, who spoke about her captivity on Arab television. Colleagues also expressed their feelings about her release.

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Carroll Discusses Captivity

CBS News RAW: Former hostage Jill Carroll spoke on Arab television about being held in captivity. Carroll, a reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, had been missing for three months.

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Captors Release Jill Carroll

The first pictures of Jill Carroll appeared on a local Arab TV after her release from her captors. As Lara Logan reports, Carroll spoke about how she had been treated.

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Cheney Pokes Fun At Himself

CBS News RAW: At the annual Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner in Washington, D.C., Vice President Dick Cheney poked fun at himself over the Harry Whittington shooting incident.

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'I'm Proud Of Him'

Only On The Web: Trish Regan spoke to the parents of Chris Hanley, after his 911 call from inside one of the World Trade Center towers on Sept. 11 was released.

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Seattle Shootings 911 Tape

Hear the desperate phone calls from neighbors as gunfire rings out in a Capitol Hill neighborhood. Aaron Kyle Huff had shot and killed six people, as well as himself. Kyle Moore reports.

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Newspaper On Carroll's Release

CBS News RAW: Representatives of the Christian Science Monitor spoke about the release of reporter Jill Carroll, who was held in captivity by her kidnappers for more than two months.

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Senators Split On Immigration

The topic that's gripped the nation this week has now reached the Senate floor. Lawmakers are tackling proposals to overhaul America's immigration policies. Claudia Coffey has the latest.

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Abramoff Gets 5 Years

Bill Whitney and CBS News Radio correspondents report that Jack Abramoff, who was at the center of a Washington corruption scandal, was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison for fraud.

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Final Arguments For Moussaoui

Based on testimony in his sentencing trial, al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui offered to testify against himself telling FBI agents he wanted to die, not rot in prison. Alison Harmelin reports.

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