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Friday, March 31, 2006

Firefighter's Sept. 11 Call

CBS News RAW: An off-duty firefighter made a cell phone call to a bewildered FDNY dispatcher, notifying him that a plane had crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

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Tapes Highlight Sept. 11 Chaos

Only On The Web: CBSNews.com has compiled an audio montage of 911 dispatches recorded on Sept. 11, 2001 and provided by the New York Police Department.

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'I Will Be Exonerated'

CBS News RAW: Rep. Cynthia McKinney held a press conference, in which she expressed regret that her altercation with a Capitol Hill police officer occurred.

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Hammering Out Immigration Laws

As the Senate continues work on its immigration reform, President Bush tackles the issue on his trip to Mexico, continuing his full-court press for a guest worker program. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Elephant Tug Of War

CBS News RAW: In Israel, members of the Hapoel Jerusalem Basketball club tested their strength against Michaela the elephant. It was no contest.

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Bahrain Ferry Crash Kills 57

A ferry carrying people on a dinner cruise off the coast of Bahrain capsized, killing dozens of passengers. Meg Oliver reports that offcials are calling it an accident, not terrorism.

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3 Deadly Quakes Hit Iran

Three earthquakes hit western Iran this morning damaging 200 villages, killing dozens and injuring hundreds. Susan McGinnis reports hospitals are running out of room.

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What's Next For Jill Carroll?

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Baghdad on the release of American reporter Jill Carroll who is preparing to return home after 3 months as a hostage.

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Dire Warning On Bin Laden

In an exclusive interview with 60 Minutes' Bob Simon, Osama bin Laden's former bodyguard says al Qaeda will soon launch another attack on the United States.

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Fast Track To Sainthood

As the one-year anniversary of Pope John Paul II's death approaches, Allen Pizzey looks at the intense campaign to make the beloved pope a saint.

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Immigration Reform Cooling?

President Bush has been speaking with Mexico's president about immigration at the North American Summit. But as Jim Axelrod reports, an overhaul of laws is not likely until next year.

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Risky Road

The United Auto Workers union is threatening a strike that could cripple the struggling U.S. auto industry and send shockwaves through the U.S. economy. Anthony Mason reports.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories including the release of American hostage Jill Carroll from Iraq and more protests over immigration reform legislation.

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Carroll's Boss On Her Release

Almost three months after being abducted in Baghdad, Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll is free. Her editor, Richard Bergenheim, discusses it with Hannah Storm.

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Carroll Awaits Return Home

Lara Logan reports that American journalist Jill Carroll is awaiting her return home after being held captive in Iraq for 82 days. Arrangements are still being made.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Delphi in danger, President Bush on immigration and an amazing 11-year-old girl's post-Katrina rebuilding efforts.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Vietnam may have stamped out bird flu, a study shows that adults ? not children ? are to blame for spreading the flu, and a study says praying for surgery patients has no effect.

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MLB Looks Into Steroid Abuse

Days before the start of the season, Major League Baseball has launched an investigation into alleged steroid abuse. Anthony Mason reports on how a book on Barry Bonds may have sparked the fire.

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Osama's Bodyguard Preview

Osama bin Laden's former bodyguard Abu Jandal shares firsthand details about the al Qaeda leader with Bob Simon. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Apple Turns 30

New York Times Tech Editor and CBS News Contributor David Pogue uses Apple Computer's iChat program to tell CBS News Correspondent Meg Oliver about Apple's 30th anniversary.

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UN Declares No Nukes

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo reports on the statement out of the United Nations declaring Iran to stop it's uranium enrichment program.

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What Is Next For Iran Nukes?

CBS News Foreign Affairs Consultant explains what the UN's declarative statememt to Iran means and what it could lead to in the future.

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Bush Goes To Mexico

CBS News foreign affairs consultant Pam Falk looks at President Bush's trip to Mexico and what this could mean for the debate on illegal immigrants in the United States.

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