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Monday, April 3, 2006

President Throws First Pitch

CBS News RAW: President Bush made history by being the first sitting president to throw a ceremonial first pitch of the baseball season. He opened for the Reds and the Cubs in Cincinnati.

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Moussaoui Helped Prosecution

CBS News legal analyst Andrew Cohen explains why he believes Moussaoui is getting exactly what he wants: eligibility for execution.

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Immigration Debate

Congressman Dan Lungren, who is a member of the House subcommittee on immigration, and Maria Elena Salinas, an anchor for the Spanish language news channel "Univision," speak with Harry Smith.

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Congress's Immigration Clash

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the debate over immigration reform in Washington, where the House and Senate are attempting to rectify separate bills.

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Moussaoui May Face Death

The only person to face charges in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, Zacarias Moussaoui, is eligible for the death penalty. CBS News' Alison Harmelin reports.

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Moussaoui Eligible For Death

CBS News RAW: The federal jury in the Zacarias Moussaoui trial has ruled that the al Qaeda conspirator is eligible for the death penalty. Next, the jurors will decide if he will be executed.

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Moussaoui Verdict

Only On The Web: CBS News' Jim Stewart reports that a federal jury decided al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui can be put to death for his role in the Sept. 11 attacks.

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No Fatalities In Plane Crash

A military cargo plane crashed just after takeoff near Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. Claudia Coffey reports that all 17 crew members survived.

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Military Cargo Plane Crashes

CBS News RAW: A U.S. Air Force C-5 cargo plane carrying 17 people crashed near Dover Air Force Base. No causalities have yet been reported. (NO AUDIO)

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No Satisfaction

Parents who lost their son on 9/11 tell 48 Hours correspondent Troy Roberts that the Moussaoui trial exposed the failure of the government's intelligence network.

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Moussaoui Verdict

A jury decided the only person in the United States charged in connection with the 9/11 attacks is eligible to receive the death penalty. Jim Stewart reports on the next phase of the sentencing trial.

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Video Game Trade Hits A Slump

Sandra Hughes reports on the video game industry, which has suddenly hit some road bumps. Gamers blame the industry for hyping new consoles instead of coming up with new ideas or games.

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Political Instability In Iraq

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Britain's Foreign Minister Jack Straw made a surprise visit to Iraq in hopes of persuading warring factions to form a new government. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Carroll Reunites With Family

Journalist Jill Carroll finally returned home to Boston to see her family after being held captive by insurgents. But as Randall Pinkston reports, some are still puzzled about her anti-war statements.

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