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Wednesday, April 5, 2006

Online Safety Tips For Parents

Perry Aftab, executive director of wiredsafety.org, speaks with Julie Chen about the steps parents need to take to protect their children from online predators.

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Saddam Cross-Examined

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad, where Saddam Hussein took center stage while being cross-examined by prosecutors.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Massachusetts's new health plan, Saddam rebuts prosecutors and cheap priceless art in China.

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Internet Opening China

The Internet is helping to open China to the rest of the world, but very slowly. CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen reports.

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What Pakistan's People Think

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk sat down with CBS News Correspondent Meg Oliver to discuss why he believes most Pakistani's are unhappy with their government.

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How Does Pakistan See It?

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciardo sat down with Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz to discuss US/Pakistan relations and the issue of terrorism.

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Homeland Security Sex Scandal

A Homeland Security official was arrested for allegedly using the Internet to seduce someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. It was actually an undercover detective. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Profiling Online Predators

CBS News RAW: Polk County, Florida Sheriff Grady Judd talked about the methods of online pedophiles after a Department of Homeland Security employee was arrested in a police sting.

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Censorship Of Iraq Coverage?

CBS News RAW: Watch footage shot by cameraman Abdul Ameer Younis Hussein and a statement by his lawyer, Scott Horton, who says U.S. forces don't want certain things to be covered in Iraq.

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Bush Seeks Immigration Deal

CBS News RAW: President Bush urged members of Congress to move aggressively to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill with guest worker provisions that would not amount to amnesty.

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High-Profile Child Porn Cases

A high-ranking Homeland Security official was charged in a child pornography internet sting, and his arrest came while Congress is investigating online child porn. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Saddam Rebuts Prosecutors

At Saddam Hussein's trial in Baghdad, prosecutors cross-examined the former dictator, but Saddam remained his usual, defiant self. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says he's resigning from Congress, experts predict that there will be nine hurricanes this year, and Lara Logan takes a rare glimpse at Sadr City.

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The Trouble With Testing

Four years after President Bush signed the landmark education bill known as No Child Left Behind, critics say the system has focused too much on testing. Armen Keteyian investigates.

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A Rare Glimpse At Sadr City

Western reporters rarely visit the dangerous Baghdad district. CBS News' Lara Logan needed the permission of the Shiite militia that controls the area in order to go.

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