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Tuesday, April 4, 2006

DeLay Steps Away

Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay announced that he is resigning from Congress. Gloria Borger reports on the fallout from DeLay's downfall.

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Child Porn Victim Testifies

A victim of the dark world of internet child pornography testified on Capitol Hill that he was seduced by online predators with offers that grew more tempting and dangerous. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Too Much Testing?

Only On The Web: Armen Keteyian spoke to education expert H.D. Hoover about education testing and President Bush's No Child Left Behind program.

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Moussaoui Eligible For Death

Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person charged in connection with the 9/11 attacks, is one step closer to death after a jury found the al Qaeda member eligible to be executed. Susan Roberts reports.

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Carroll Thanks Colleagues

CBS News RAW: Speaking to Christian Science Monitor colleagues April 3 in Boston, former hostage Jill Carroll said she was overwhelmed by the support and work the paper did to help her.

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Disorder In Paris

CBS News RAW: Demonstrators opposed to a new jobs law swarmed part of downtown Paris, throwing stones and beating each other up. Several people were seen being carried away by authorities.

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Iran's Flyer Boat

CBS News RAW: Iran test-launched a flyer boat during the ongoing war games named "The Great Prophet" in the Persian Gulf. Iran's Army Naval forces and Basij organization forces are in games.

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DeLay On His Resignation

CBS News RAW: In an interview with KTRK, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay speaks about why he plans to resign his seat in Congress and what his future plans are.

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DeLay On His Resignation

CBS News RAW: In an interview with KTRK, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, spoke about why he resigned and what his future plans are.

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DeLay Calls It Quits

Amid a corruption scandal and a criminal indictment, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay announced that will resign from Congress in mid-June. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Web Sex Abuse Victim Testifies

CBS News RAW: Justin Berry, who fell victim to Internet predators at the age of 13, testified before a House subcommittee on his personal history of suffering from sexual abuse online.

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Bush- I Wish DeLay The Best

CBS News RAW: During a healthcare initiatives meeting, President Bush responded to Tom DeLay's resignation, saying he was sorry, but foresaw no ill effects on the Republican party.

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DeLay Says He Will Resign

CBS News RAW: Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas, announced he will resign from Congress. DeLay was indicted for alleged illegal use of funds for state legislative races.

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Stubborn Robins

A North American Robin was spotted in London, and the native robin doesn't like it. UTTM Contributor Ed Boyle explains why the Mayor of London feels the same way about the US Ambassador to Britain.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that scientists grew bladders using a small amount of human tissue, travel restrictions could stem the spread of a bird flu pandemic, and TV intake may be related to child obesity.

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'The Early Show' Online

Tuesday's Stories: A look at how the government is preparing for the 2006 hurricane season; money advice on how not to live from paycheck to paycheck; and a simple way to lower your blood pressure.

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Carroll Thanks Her Employer

Former hostage Jill Carroll visited the Boston bureau of the Christian Science Monitor on April 3 to say thank you to the colleagues who worked for her release. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Tenn. Gov. On Twister Damage

Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen speaks with Julie Chen about twister damage that leveled homes and businesses in his state, and how the community is going about the cleanup.

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Hurricane Season Forecast

Forecasters say the hurricane season will be very active in 2006, but are states prepared for the storms? Lee Cowan reports on how the government will handle the situation.

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DeLay To Resign In June

Faced with scandal and a close re-election race, former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says he is giving up the seat he's held for 22 years in mid-June. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Carroll Reunited With Family

Jill Carroll, the reporter freed from captivity in Iraq, is with her family this morning. Randall Pinkston reports on the Christian Science Monitor reporter's return to the U.S. and her family.

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Overhauling Immigration Laws

Debate over overhauling immigration laws continues in the Senate. The main focus is a proposal that would give millions of illegal immigrants the chance at citizenship. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous has the day's business news, including the start of Wall Street's second quarter, investors awaiting March unemployment figures and an update on the Enron trial.

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