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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Reasons For Simulating War

Only On The Web: Col. Ronald Hoover tells Thalia Assuras why it is important to have facilities in the U.S. where the Marines can simulate the war in Iraq.

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Segall On War Zone He Created

Only On The Web: TV producer Stu Segall tells Thalia Assuras how he got involved with the Marines' war training camps. Segall built a town where explosions and gun battles simulate war in Iraq.

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A Town Made For War Training

Thalia Assuras reports on how the U.S. Marine Corps hopes a realistic training simulation at Camp Lejeune, N.C., will properly prepare forces headed to Iraq and, perhaps, save lives.

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Crackdown On Intel Leakers

Investigators are trying to track down the sources of intelligence leaks to journalists within the intelligence community. As Joie Chen reports, the government is about to get another rebuke.

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Iraq Forms New Government

Iraqi leaders end the deadlock over the leadership of the country. As Kimberly Dozier reports, President Bush called the move an important milestone that would also make America more secure.

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N.O.- A Long Trip To The Polls

New Orleans citizens are voting for mayor in the city's first election since Hurricane Katrina. Turnout is heavy, even though many people traveled hundreds of miles to vote. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Gas Prices- Who Is To Blame?

While gas prices go up, Americans are looking for someone to blame. In California, President Bush vowed to prosecute price gougers, but is greed to blame for the pinch at the pump? Tony Guida reports.

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New Orleans Votes For Mayor

Voters in New Orleans are picking a new mayor, but most of the city's voters no longer live there. The incumbent, Ray Nagin, is facing 21 other candidates. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Travel Postcards- The Hudson River Waterfront

The Times's Anthony DePalma talks about his personal connection with the Hudson River Waterfront.

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Cutting-Edge Kitchens & Baths

When it comes to home improvement, Americans pay special attention to kitchens and bathrooms. Rene Syler and Danny Lipford find the hottest products at one of the biggest trade shows in the country.

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Dangerous Driver Distractions

A new government study says multi-tasking while driving can be deadly. Bob Orr tells the story.

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