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Friday, April 7, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christofours reports last month's unemployment rate will be released, a British game developer will develop games just for X-box, and there's a list of the ten coolest affordable cars

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Evening News Online

Friday: Immigration reform stalled, suicide bombers strike a mosque in Iraq, and a look at internet gambling in Costa Rica

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Iraq On Edge After Mosque Hit

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Iraq, where tensions are again on the rise after a well-planned suicide attack killed over 70 people at a Shiite mosque.

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Embedded In Ramadi

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Ramadi, Iraq, where she spent time with Iraqi army soldiers and their American trainers to get a sense of the progress being made.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports a wild swan with bird flu was found about 50 miles north of London, overweight people in their 40s have a greater risk of getting Alzheimer's, and there's a new treatment for ADHD.

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Dozens Dead In Mosque Blast

A Shiite mosque was again the target of deadly violence in Iraq. Dozens of worshippers were killed when two suicide bombers hit. Cheryl Casone reports on the sectarian violence.

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Dozens Dead In Mosque Blast

A Shiite mosque was again the target of deadly violence in Iraq. Dozens of worshippers were killed when two suicide bombers hit. Cheryl Casone reports on the sectarian violence.

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Suicide Bombers Hit Mosque

Kimberly Dozier reports that two men strapped with explosives and disguised as women blew themselves up outside of a Shiite mosque in Baghdad.

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Senate Deadlock On Immigration

CBS News RAW: A compromise immigration bill stalls in the Senate due to a dispute over adding amendments to the bill. Sens. Kennedy, Lieberman and McCain react.

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Immigration Bill Stalls

There is still no end in sight for a national immigration bill. As Alison Harmelin reports from Capitol Hill, senators have failed to pass what not long ago seemed to be a "breakthrough compromise."

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Bush- Economy Is Strong

CBS News RAW: President Bush highlights economic growth and the reduction in unemployment.

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McClellan Dodges Leak Queries

CBS News RAW: White House spokesman Scott McClellan had a heated exchange with CBS News' Jim Axelrod at a news conference regarding intelligence information leaks.

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Costa Rica- A Gambling Mecca

Americans wager billions of dollars over the Internet, but most of the profits go elsewhere. As Anthony Mason reports, if you bet online, there is a good chance your wager is processed in Costa Rica.

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White House Defends 'Leak'

Reporters pressed administration officials on "Scooter" Libby's allegation that President Bush authorized leaking classified information to build support for the Iraq war. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Suicide Bombers Strike Mosque

Three suicide bombers blew themselves up at a Shiite mosque in northern Baghdad, killing at least 79 people and wounding more than twice that many. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Libby- Bush Cleared Intel Leak

President Bush has long claimed to despise leaks and leakers, but now he is accused of authorizing a leak of classified intelligence on Iraq. Gloria Borger has more.

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Compromise On Immigration?

The long debate over illegal immigrants may finally be nearing a resolution, at least in the Senate. But as Jim Axelrod reports, the problem will be getting the House to go along.

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Immigrants' Holy Voice?

The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles, Cardinal Roger Mahony, is emerging as a leading voice in the national debate over immigration. Byron Pitts sat down with him to discuss the issue.

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