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Friday, April 21, 2006

High Stakes For U.S., China

Chinese President Hu Jintao's meetings with President Bush have been described as constructive, but Bill Plante reports that both leaders remain divided on critical issues.

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Iraq's Elite Forces

Only On The Web: CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports on the Iraqi Counterterrorism Force, the best-trained soldiers in the Iraqi Army.

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A Spy Speaks Out Preview

A former top C.I.A. official tells Ed Bradley that the White House used intelligence it liked and ignored intelligence it didn't leading up to the Iraq war. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Bradley's Reporter Notebook

Only On The Web: "60 Minutes' " Ed Bradley discusses his interview with a CIA official who says the White House was aware of bad intelligence about Iraq that led to war but used it anyway.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports 30 million Medicare beneficiaries are in the new prescription plan, a Mediterranean style diet is good for the heart and the brain, and the FDA is against legalizing marijuana.

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Marine Recalls Fallen Friend

Only On The Web: Cpl. Andrew Maus of the U.S. Marine Corps spoke about the loss of his friend Lance Cpl. John Holmason and nine other Marines in Fallujah.

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Memorial Marks Marine Deaths

A memorial was held for 13 Marines who were killed in the same Iraqi province. Jerry Bowen reports on the emotional scene.

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Columbine Copycats?

In rural southeastern Kansas, authorities are learning more about what they say was a plot by teenage boys to copy the Columbine High School shooting massacre. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Iraq's Elite Forces

While Iraqi politicians continue to wrangle without success in public, CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan has been in the field reporting on a secret side of the war in Iraq.

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Girl Scouts Treat Troops

A group of girl scouts decided to collect donations in the hopes of sending 100 boxes of cookies to a soldier in Iraq. Deanna Dewberry reports that the girls exceeded expectations.

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Feds Crackdown On Child Porn

In an effort to combat child pornography, the federal government has arrested 52 child sexual offenders, who will all be deported on immigration violations. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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New Orleans Picks Next Leader

New Orleans voters are preparing to go to the polls for the city's first election since Hurricane Katrina. As Jennifer Miller reports, nearly two dozen candidates are running for mayor.

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Illegal Immigration Crackdown

Homeland Security is getting tough on illegal immigrants and the companies that hire them. Drew Levinson reports on a series of nationwide raids; the Feds say these are only the beginning.

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Protester Disrupts Hu Visit

Chinese President Hu Jintao was greeted by President Bush on the White House's south lawn, but a protester began shouting during the welcoming ceremonies. Claudia Coffey reports.

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