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Monday, April 24, 2006

Gas Prices Becoming Priority

Drivers across the country are digging deeper to pay at the pump. As Claudia Coffey reports, Congress is adding fuel to calls to put a halt to skyrocketing prices.

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Bush On Immigration

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed the issue of immigration reform and reiterated his support for illegal immigrants' right to stay, as long as they take the necessary legal steps.

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Moussaoui Trial Nears End

Zacarias Moussaoui's sentencing trial is wrapping up after an emotional six weeks. Closing arguments are under way, and the jury is expected to begin deliberations. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Oil, Iraq And Immigration

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on the twin headaches President Bush faces with rising gas prices and the war in Iraq. He also has to confront immigration reform in Congress.

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Iraq Vet Dinners In Jeopardy?

A Vietnam veteran decided to invite some wounded soldiers from the Iraq war to a Washington restaurant, and the dinners soon became weekly events. But as David Martin reports, now there's a problem.

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New Powers For The FDA?

A congressional study says that the Food and Drug Administration needs new powers to follow up on drugs in the marketplace. Elizabeth Kaledin reports.

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U.S. General's Plan For Iraq

On a day when a string of car bombs and shootings left 25 dead and more than 80 wounded in Iraq, Kimberly Dozier spoke exclusively with America's top general there.

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Gas Consumers Demanding Relief

As gasoline prices continue to rise, pressure is building on Congress and the president to do something about it. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Bin Laden Connected To Attack?

Following the deadly bombings in Egypt, Bob Schieffer sat down with Middle East terrorism expert Michael Scheuer, who was once the CIA's top expert on Osama bin Laden.

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Deadly Egypt Resort Bombings

Three bombs exploded in the Egyptian resort of Dahab, killing at least 18 and wounding more than 150 at just one hotel. As David Hawkins reports, authorities say that these were not suicide attacks.

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Moussaoui's Fate To Be Decided

Closing arguments are expected to wrap-up today in the death penalty trial of Zacarias Moussaoui. As Jim Stewart reports, the jury could soon begin deliberating his fate.

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Call To Control Soaring Prices

There are congressional calls for a gas price gouging investigation and some Bush administration intervention. Bill Plante reports.

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Analyzing Osama's Latest Tape

FBI spokesman and former journalist John Miller speaks to Harry Smith about the latest audio taped threats from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Deadly Egypt resort bombings, Iran opens up to the foreign press and gas consumers demand relief.

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Dahab Terror Attacks

Only On The Web: David Hawkins reports on the deadly bombings at an Egyptian resort that is popular with both foreigners and Egyptians.

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Put Your Money To Work

With the stock market at a five-year high, it can be an exciting and confusing time for investors. Ray Hennessey, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some tips on the best place to put your money.

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'When I Came Home'

Only On The Web: About 300,000 of the estimated 1.2 million homeless in the U.S. are veterans. Filmmaker Dan Lohaus discuses the reality of poverty many soldiers face when returning from war.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports blood pressure may be tied to dehydration during infancy, Army suicide rates have spiked since 1999, and should the FDA have the power to require extra studies from drug makers?

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Is Marijuana Medicine?

The U.S. FDA has issued a formal stance against the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, even though patients in pain say the drug is vital to their health. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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A Spy Speaks Out

A former top CIA official tells Ed Bradley the White House used intelligence it liked and ignored intelligence it didn't leading up to the war in Iraq.

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Buchanan & Podesta On Rumsfeld

Former White House communications director, Pat Buchanan, and former Clinton Chief of Staff, John Podesta, speak to Bob Schieffer about the calls for Donald Rumsfeld to resign his post.

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