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Monday, April 17, 2006

MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on the delayed April 15 tax day deadline, the eagerly awaited quarterly earning reports from several top companies, the release of two key government reports and the Enron trial.

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The Heart Of The Insurgency

Only On The Web: Lara Logan talks about her experiences in Ramadi, one of the most dangerous cities in Iraq.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the U.S. government's plan to prevent a bird flu outbreak, a new case of mad cow in Canada and a new study which says that a diet alone won't help you lose weight.

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Tensions High In Israel

A Palestinian suicide bomber struck a restaurant in Tel Aviv, killing at least nine Israelis and wounding dozens more in the deadliest bombing inside Israel since 2004. Allen Pizzey has more.

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Iraqi Soccer Players In Texas

Boys who play for Iraq's national youth soccer team traveled all the way to Texas for a big tournament. As Kelly Cobiella reports, they didn't win the tournament, but they sure won a lot of hearts.

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Front Line Of The Insurgency

U.S. troops fought Sunni rebels in Ramadi, and although there were no reports of American casualties, the conflict shows that the insurgency is alive and well in that area. Lara Logan reports.

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Medicare Crackdown Side Effect

New rules intended to keep illegal immigrants out of the Medicaid program are set to take effect this summer. But as Sharyn Alfonsi reports, the change could cause harm to many U.S. citizens, too.

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Ex-Illinois Governor Convicted

CBS News RAW: Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan was convicted of racketeering and fraud in a corruption scandal. Ryan and his attorney Dan Webb comment.

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9 Dead In Tel Aviv Bombing

The militant group Islamic Jihad claims responsibility for the deadliest suicide attack in Israel in more than a year. But as Claudia Coffey reports, Israeli leaders blame the Palestinian government.

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Deadly Attack In Tel Aviv

The deadliest suicide bombing in Israel in more than a year killed at least nine people at a Tel Aviv restaurant. The Islamic Jihad militant group is claiming responsibility, reports Claudia Coffey.

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Flood In Chicago Suburbs

CBS News RAW: Heavy rains overnight caused flooding in Chicago's south suburbs and left hundreds of people without power and forced closures of some roads and highways.

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Sneaker Cartoon Causes Uproar

The Asian American community in Portland, Oregon, is up in arms over a sneaker released by athletic shoe giant Adidas, which they deemed racist. KOIN's Joel Iwanaga reports.

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Pope Celebrates Easter Mass

Pope Benedict XVI, in his first Easter as pontiff, as well as his 79th birthday, celebrated Mass for tens of thousands of faithful in St. Peter's Square. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Car Bomb In Iraq Kills 10

CBS News RAW: A car bomb exploded at an outdoor market, near a Shiite mosque south of Baghdad. The explosion killed at least ten people and injured about 25, police said.

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