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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Islam's American Face

Americans might be surprised to learn that Islam in the fastest-growing religion in the United States. John Blackstone spoke to a man who's out to change the way Muslims are perceived.

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Space Shuttle Program Turns 25

Twenty-five years ago, two U.S. astronauts rode the new space shuttle Columbia into orbit in what seemed to be a triumphant follow-up to the Apollo moon landings. Mark Strassmann looks back.

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Being Muslim In America

Only On The Web: John Blackstone spoke to Imam Mohammed Abdul Azeez about being a Muslim in the United States in a post-Sept. 11 environment.

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Iraq's Shadow War

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad on a different battle being waged outside of the sectarian violence. There are two distinct groups settling scores in the shadows.

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'Not Going To Tolerate It'

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan spoke about the United States' determination to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

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A Royal Soldier

Prince Harry got his commission into the British Royal Army as a junior officer, while his grandmother the queen and other proud royals looked on. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Rice Reacts To Iran's Claims

CBS News RAW: A day after the Iranian government announced that it had the ability to process uranium into nuclear power, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice responded.

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What's Next For Prince Harry?

Only On The Web: Mark Phillips reports from Sandhurst military academy, where Prince Harry got his commission as a junior officer. But more training still awaits the young prince.

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Prince Harry Graduates

CBS News RAW: Prince Harry, second son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, graduated from the elite Sandhurst Military Academy. Queen Elizabeth II attended the ceremony.

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Human Smuggling

CBS News RAW: U.S. and Canadian immigration officials held a news conference to announce results of investigation of human smuggling across the border.

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First Space Shuttle Launch

CBS News RAW: NASA's first space shuttle launch at Edwards Air Force Base in Calif., April 12, 1981.

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Immigration Protest Clash

CBS News RAW: Arrests were made during immigration protests in Tuscon, Ariz., after things turned ugly when counter-demonstrators burned Mexican flags.

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Jury Hears Flight 93 Tapes

The jury in the case against Zacarias Moussaoui listened to the cockpit tapes from Flight 93 that was headed for the White House as prosecutors wrap up their case. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Letter From Asia

CBS News Correspondent Barry Petersen checks the Chinese government's English language newspaper for details on new foreign investments in China.

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Outsourcing Drive-Thru Orders

When you roll up to McDonald's drive-thru, the voice you hear may come from hundreds of miles away. As KCAL's Kimberly Ball reports, some McDonald's are outsourcing drive-thru orders to call centers.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports ex-Enron CEO Jeffery Skilling may be back on the witness stand today, the Nasdaq Stock Market bought a stake in the London Stock Exchange, and Adidas is going pro.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Jurors hear flight 93 tapes, Illegal government workers? And space shuttle program turns 25.

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Nobody Does Space Like U.S.

America's space shuttle fleet was once called the "Pyramids of the Twentieth Century." Former astronaut Mike Mullane tells Mark Strassmann why that is so important.

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The End Of The Shuttle Era

The 25th anniversary of the first space shuttle launch on April 12, 2006, is a symbol of America's role as space explorer. As Alison Harmelin reports, the program lives on, but not for much longer.

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Is Iran's Claim Credible?

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that Iran's president says his country has enriched uranium for fuel. The United States says Iran wants to build weapons, but can't confirm its claims.

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War Hero Returns To Iraq

Despite losing a hand in the Iraq war, the decision to return to battle was not difficult for Juanita Wilson. She said she never thought twice about her choice, reports Joie Chen.

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Iran's Nuclear Threat

Iran announced to the world that it has created enriched uranium, which raises the bigger question: Could nuclear weapons be far behind? Richard Haass discusses it with Hannah Storm.

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9/11 Recordings Used At Trial

The prosecution will present more evidence from 9/11 as it begins to wrap up its case against al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. Jim Stewart reports.

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Iran Claims Enriched Uranium

The Iranian government announced it was now capable of enriching uranium for nuclear power, which has many countries worried. Bill Plante reports.

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The Immigration Debate

A day after hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets over illegal immigration reform, CNN's Lou Dobbs and Gov. Bill Richardson, D-N.M., assess the debate with Harry Smith.

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Nationwide Immigration Rallies

Hundreds of thousands marched in dozens of cities across the country April 10, demanding legal status for illegal immigrants. Bill Plante reports on revealing poll results.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports estrogen pills may raise the risk of blood clots, many people don't realize that they are obese, and the FDA ruled that the abortion pill didn't play a role in two recent deaths.

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