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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

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Tuesday: Iran raises nuclear stakes and opening doors with English.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on the latest oil prices as the barrel hits the $69 mark, former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling's second day on the stand and Wal-Mart's bid to get into the banking business.

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More Emotional 9/11 Testimony

Loved ones of the victims of Sept. 11 continue their testimony at Zacarias Moussaoui's sentencing trial. As Aleen Sirgany reports, relatives of the Pentagon attack victims are getting their turn.

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40 Dead In Pakistan Bombing

CBS News RAW: A bomb went off during evening prayers at a park in the Pakistani city of Karachi, killing at least 40 people and wounding dozens.

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Was The Message Heard?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the outcome of the pro-immigration rallies that took place around the country and whether this will translate into legislation for illegal immigrants.

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Rumsfeld On Iran's Nuke Plan

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discussed the news that Iran enriched uranium for the first time, a major development in its quest to develop nuclear fuel.

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Iran Raises Nuclear Stakes

Iranian President Ahmadinejad announced that Iran has enriched uranium. If it's true, Iran is one step closer to having a nuclear bomb ? which President Bush says he won't allow. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Gas Prices On The Rise Again

The government predicts gasoline prices will be higher this summer than they were last summer. As Anthony Mason reports, soaring prices have provoked a fight between the oil and auto industries.

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The IRS Gets Serious

The Internal Revenue Service is stepping up its enforcement this tax season, hoping to restore its credibility after being ridiculed for incompetence in the late 1990s. Bob Orr reports.

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Opening Doors With English

Whatever Congress does or does not do on immigration reform, for immigrants who wish to succeed in the United States, one of the keys is learning English. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Asian Priests, The New Irish?

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts and Rev. Mark Catalana, the vocational director of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose, explore the reasons why the number of Asian priests is rising.

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Church And Korean Culture

Only On The Web: Seminarian Joe Kim tells Byron Pitts about growing up attending a Korean Catholic church in San Jose, Calif., and how that experience brought him into priesthood.

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Immigration At The Forefront

Bob Schieffer sat down with an anchor of the Spanish language television network Univision, Maria Elena Salinas, to talk about the importance of the immigration debate in the Hispanic community.

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Doing Business Illegally?

Among those at the center of the immigration debate are owners of small businesses. As Byron Pitts reports, many of them say they can't stay in business without illegal immigrants.

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Immigration Debate Central

Nowhere has the immigration issue been more volatile than in Southern California, where many immigrants have settled in recent years. Bill Whitaker has more.

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