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Thursday, April 20, 2006

The Bush-Hu Summit

CBS News RAW: President Bush welcomes Chinese President Hu Jintao to the White House and laid out several talking points during their meeting: North Korea, Taiwan and human rights.

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Raid Targets Illegal Workers

Federal agents arrested hundreds of illegal immigrants at a Colorado manufacturer. Meg Oliver reports.

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Bush To Meet China's President

President Bush is set to welcome Chinese President Hu Jintao at the White House to discuss several issues, including human rights, the U.S. trade deficit and Taiwan. Meg Oliver reports.

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Dehydration Major Threat

Only On The Web: CBS News Chief Foreign correspondent Lara Logan spent ten days embedded with the new Iraqi Special Ops forces, and she was able to see what the new recruits have to go through.

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Bush, Hu Agree On Taiwan

CBS News RAW: President Bush and Chinese President Hu Jintao comment on their private discussion, in which the two agreed that Taiwan should not be independent.

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White House Makeover

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the changes that were made and the changes that are expected in the Bush administration as new Chief of Staff Josh Bolten remakes the White House.

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China's Pres. In Washington

Chinese President Hu Jintao's White House visit was interrupted by a lone protester. As Jim Axelrod reports, when the two world leaders met later, there didn't seem to be any breakthroughs on Iran.

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Dangerous, Distracted Drivers

A government study confirmed that most auto accidents happen because drivers are not thinking about driving. Bob Orr reports.

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Iraq's Green Berets?

CBS News' Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan is back on the front lines in Iraq. This time, she travels with Iraqi special forces, in training.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the sudden drop in U.S. deaths, a federal government warning about a mumps outbreak and a call for a deadline extension for seniors to sign up for the Medicare drug benefit.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: China's Pres. In Washington, Iraq's Green Berets? And 911 center's Achilles Heel.

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Baker Assesses Bush Shake-Up

As a person who's been through the process, former Regan Chief of Staff Howard Baker speaks to Harry Smith about the changes and what it means for the Bush administration.

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Matalin Assesses Bush Shake-Up

Mary Matalin, counselor to Vice President Cheney, speaks to Harry Smith about the recent changes within President Bush's administration and what lies ahead in the White House.

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White House Staff Shakeup

There have been some big staff changes at the White House. Press Secretary Scott McClellan is out, and trusted adviser Karl Rove no longer handles domestic policy. Bill Plante reports.

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Pope Benedict's First Year

Allen Pizzey reports from Rome on Pope Benedict XVI's celebration of his first anniversary as leader of the Roman Catholic Church.

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Cell Phone Keeps Tabs On Kids

David Gregg, senior editor of beststuff.com, shows Rene Syler the latest cell phone from Sprint. It has a GPS feature that allows parents to keep track of their kids when they're not with them.

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Rep. Murtha On Rumsfeld

Congressman John Murtha, D-Pa., speaks with Rene Syler about Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Murtha was one of the first major critics of how the war in Iraq is being handled.

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