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Thursday, April 6, 2006

The Biggest Game

Because Internet gambling companies can't operate in the United States, they're based in countries with looser restrictions. Anthony Mason reports from Costa Rica, where one gambling titan is located.

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Cardinal Mahony On Immigration

Only On The Web: Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles tells Byron Pitts why he considers immigration a moral issue, not a political one ? and the reasons behind his support for immigrants.

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NAACP Wants Answers

The rape allegations against Duke University's lacrosse team have sent shock waves through the Durham, N.C., community. The NAACP is demanding to meet with the local prosecutor. Drew Levinson reports.

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End To Immigration Impasse?

Senators say they are close to a compromise on the controversial immigration bill that has sparked protests around the country. CBS News' Alison Harmelin reports.

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Giuliani Recalls 9/11 At Trial

The horrors of Sept. 11. are being relived at the sentencing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani testified about his memories of that day. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Cocaine Bust At Sea

CBS News RAW: The Coast Guard thwarted a cocaine ring at sea near Mayport, Fla., and detained 42 people from the seven apprehended vessels.

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Did Bush OK Iraq Leak?

Vice President Cheney's indicted former aide, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, claimed that President Bush gave him permission to leak sensitive intelligence about Iraq. Manuel Gallegus has more.

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McKinney Regrets Incident

CBS News RAW: Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., expressed "sincere regret" and said "there should not have been any physical contact" in an incident with a Capitol police officer.

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Compromise On Immigration

CBS News RAW: A group of senators discussed the compromise they came to concerning immigration legislation. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., comment.

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Medical Minute

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Kaledin reports on Great Britain's first case of bird flu, a decline in teenage drug use and a new study about the safety of the artificial sweetener aspartame.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the FDA's warning of cancer-causing benzene in soft drinks, a rise in fungal eye infections among contact lens users and the risks of cats in Europe catching the bird flu.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Scott Pelley speaks about his interview with U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Lewis Welshofer, who was convicted of negligent homicide in the death of an Iraqi general.

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Child-Safe Surfing

Computer Consultant John Quain offers software suggestions for parents who want to better protect their Internet-connected children from online predators.

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9/11 Kin On Moussaoui's Fate

Julie Chen speaks with Abraham Scott and Alice Ann Hoglan, who both lost a family member to 9/11, about whether or not al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui should get the death penalty.

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Jury May Hear 9/11 Recording

The proceedings to determine if alleged terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui will be executed continue today, after a judge ruled to allow jurors to hear a cockpit voice recording. Jim Stewart reports.

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McKinney On Capitol Scuffle

Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., may face charges following a scuffle with police on Capitol Hill. McKinney and her attorney, Michael Raffauf, speak with Harry Smith.

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Saddam Remains Defiant

In Iraq, today was supposed to be the first opportunity to question Saddam Hussein about a 1982 massacre. But, reports Kimberly Dozier, things didn't go quite as planned.

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Homeland Security Sex Scandal

A Homeland Security press aide is accused of trying to seduce a minor. Brian Doyle allegedly sent sexually explicit material to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. Susan Roberts reports.

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