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Sunday, April 9, 2006

Immigration Reform Debate

Rep. Thomas Tancredo, R-Col., and Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., discuss the debate over immigration reform with Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation."

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Challenges For General Motors

General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner spoke with Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" to discuss the huge challenges facing the auto giant.

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Sen. Martinez's Life Story

Only On The Web: Joie Chen reports on Sen. Mel Martinez's life story as an Cuban immigrant and how he hopes to use his past experiences to convince senators to pass legislation on immigration.

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Immigration March In Dallas

CBS News RAW: More than 100,000 people turned out in Dallas, Texas, for a march and rally in opposition to House Resolution 4437, which would amend current immigration enforcement laws.

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Insurgent Assault In Ramadi

CBS News RAW: Sunni insurgents in Iraq launched a major assault in Ramadi, when they attacked U.S. forces and the Anbar provincial government headquarters. There were no U.S. casualties.

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How To Deal With The Militias

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports on how the U.S. military and the diplomatic corps plan on settling the debate over how to properly handle the Iraqi militia problem.

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The Senate's Only Immigrant

One U.S. senator who has a high interest in the uproar over the illegal immigration bill is Sen. Mel Martinez, R-Fla., because he is the only immigrant in the Senate. Joie Chen reports.

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Reconstruction Stalls In Iraq

One of the White House's original goals in Iraq was to rebuild their infrastructure, but as Elizabeth Palmer reports, there have been money problems and mismanagement issues over reconstruction.

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Report- Nuke Strike On Iran

There are published reports that the U.S. and British government are stepping up efforts for an alleged nuke strike on Iran. Bill Plante reports.

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Spanish Media's Influence

Bill Whitaker reports on the Spanish media's influence behind the immigration rallies that have taken place around the country in protest of House resolution 4437.

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Grim Report On Iraq

A U.S. embassy and military report on Iraq is painting a somber view of the current state of the country, which seems to contradict the hopeful public words of U.S. officials. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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America's New Best Friend?

Genghis Khan founded what is today Mongolia in the 13th century. But 800 years later, many in the landlocked Asian country are using the U.S. as a role model for the future. Barry Petersen reports.

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Push Against Internet Gambling

Thanks to the internet, casinos are as close to everyone as a home computer. But that's too close for some members of Congress. Thalia Assuras reports on the drive to shut down internet gambling.

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More Hassles For Air Travelers

A new study predicts planes will be packed this summer due to a strong economy and fewer flights. But as Bob Orr reports, that's good news for the airline industry, struggling for survival.

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