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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Stock Market Analysis

Arthur Hogan, chief market analyst at Jefferies & Co., speaks to Harry Smith about what is happening on Wall Street in anticipation of the Federal Reserve's plan to halt rising interest rates.

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Highs & Lows On Wall Street

Wall Street investors cheered about the late stock rally as the Federal Reserve hinted that it may stop raising interest rates. The gains came despite record high oil prices. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Bush Backs Rumsfeld

Despite the many calls by former U.S. generals for Donald Rumsfeld's resignation, President Bush reiterated his support for the embattled secretary of defense. Bill Plante reports.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: White House shakeup, Flex-Fuel cars and made in China.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on dental filings containing mercury, half of U.S. health care workers fear a flu pandemic, and women who've had a baby should wait at least 18 months before having another.

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China on the Rise

CBS News Correspondent Barry Petersen examines the growing economy of China and why the United States is keeping a close eye on it.

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No Plans To Step Down

CBS News Military Consultant, Retired Army Col. Jeff McCausland, examines the recent complaints against Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and why he has no plans of resigning.

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White House Shakeup

New White House chief of staff Josh Bolten made some big changes - including a new role for Karl Rove, who has been a guiding force in the Bush Administration from Day One. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Politics Of Change

Gloria Borger looks at Wednesday's White House changes and what they're designed to achieve.

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Fight For A Journalist's Notes

The FBI is demanding access to the notes of the late columnist Jack Anderson, who passed away last December. Bob Orr reports on why Anderson's family is fighting the request.

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Flex-Fuel Cars

A new line of GM and Ford cars can run on either gas or corn-based fuel. Anthony Mason reports on how automakers are trying to get car buyers to "live green by going yellow."

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Made In China

From electronics to clothing, America relies on goods from China ? and China relies on the profits that are reshaping its economy. Barry Peterson reports.

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Living Longer ? And Better?

Russ Mitchell reports on new government research that says Americans are living longer than ever ? and how that could change the way we think about aging.

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McClellan Leaves, Rove Adapts

After serving the president for almost three years, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan is stepping down. As Claudia Coffey reports, there is another change in the administration's structure.

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McClellan Notice No Surprise

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that Scott McClellan's resignation as White House press secretary is no surprise. And, so far, no one is willing to fill his shoes.

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Bush Press Secretary Resigns

CBS News RAW: As part of a series of moves to shake up the White House, Scott McClellan resigned as the administration's press secretary.

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Bush Defends Rumsfeld

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's defense of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, saying he has the final word and that Rumsfeld is doing a good job.

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OP Hotel

Only On The Web: Lara Logan explains her time at an outpost near Ramadi in Iraq. During the night of her visit, there was an insurgent attack.

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U.S. Talks Tough On Iran

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer spoke to U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns, who is representing the United States in Moscow at an international summit on Iran.

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Israel On Offensive

The Israeli government dealt a swift response following a suicide bombing that killed nine in Tel Aviv on April 17. It could be the beginning of an Israeli military offensive. Susan Roberts reports.

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