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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Al-Zarqawi Video Posted On Web

An Islamic website posted a video allegedly showing al Qaeda's leader in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. CBS News Radio correspondent Nick Young reports.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Bush addresses high gas prices, first Zarqawi video released and the bionic man.

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President To Tackle Gas Crisis

Only On The Web: Bill Plante offers a preview of what President Bush is expected to say today in his speech concerning the national gas crisis.

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Murciano's New Project

Without A Trace follows an elite FBI squad as it tries to find missing people. One of the stars of the show is Enrique Murciano, who plays agent Danny Taylor. Murciano speaks with Hannah Storm.

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Price Back From Iraq

The Early Show's Dave Price visited Iraq, where he entertained the troops with country music star Charlie Daniels. Price discussed what it was like to be there and what troop morale was like.

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Oil Expert's Analysis

Tom Kloza, an expert on oil, speaks with Hannah Storm about whether or not government proposals will make any difference in prices at the pump.

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Hadley On Iraq, Egypt Bombing

National Security advisor Stephen Hadley speaks to Harry Smith about the newly formed Iraqi government, violence in Iraq and the deadly beach resort bombing in Egypt.

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President Bush On Gas Prices

CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports on President Bush's reaction to rising gas prices, and calls from constituents to do something about them.

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Life Or Death For Moussaoui?

Jurors resume deliberations on the fate of Zarcarias Moussaoui, as they decide if the confessed al Qaeda conspirator should be sentenced to death for the 9/11 attacks. Jim Stewart reports.

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Bush Addresses High Gas Prices

The nationwide average of self-serve regular gasoline went up yet again, and all over the country, drivers are saying they've had enough. As Jim Axelrod reports, President Bush has heard them.

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Gas Price Gouging?

Russ Mitchell spoke to a man who is keeping a close watch on rising gas prices, the Attorney General of New York, Eliot Spitzer. He is also a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor.

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First Zarqawi Video Released

Al Qaeda's commander in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, released his first known video message, which was full of taunts directed at the U.S. and Iraqi governments. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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Egypt Bombings Probe

Egyptian police are investigating the terrorist bombings that killed about two dozen people at the Sinai resort of Dahab. David Hawkins has more on the latest blow to Egypt's tourism industry.

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Anti-Illegal Immigrant Voice

President Bush said he hopes immigration legislation can reach a conference committee by Memorial Day. As Byron Pitts reports, that may be optimistic, considering Rep. James Sensenbrenner's role.

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Zarqawi On Tape

Only On The Web: CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier describes what a new tape of al-Zarqawi means for the coalition forces in Iraq.

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Illegal Immigrant Crackdown?

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts sat down with Wisconsin Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, who proposed to make felons of illegal immigrants and their employers.

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Gouging At The Pump

New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer tells CBS News' Russ Mitchell that his office has thus far made 18 cases against people for unlawfully jacking up the price at the pump.

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Bush's Four-Point Gas Plan

With gas soaring past $3 a gallon, President Bush outlined a four-point plan to stop skyrocketing prices, which includes halting deposits to the Strategic Oil Reserve. Claudia Coffey reports.

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President Bush's Gas Plan

CBS News RAW: In a speech at the Renewable Fuels Association Summit in Washington, President Bush spoke out against gas price gouging and called for energy companies to make sacrifices.

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Clintons' Portraits Unveiled

To some, Bill Clinton is larger than life. Now there's a giant portrait of President Clinton to match the sentiment. Sen. Hillary Clinton, the former first lady, also had her portrait unveiled.

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Dems To Bush- Aim At Big Oil

CBS News RAW: Democrats reacted to the president's decision to halt reserve deposits and ease environmental rules on gas refiners by saying Mr. Bush should aim at big oil companies.

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Rice Greeted By Protesters

CBS News RAW: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Athens on Tuesday for a diplomatic visit. Meanwhile, Greek anti-war groups had violent clashes with police.

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Iran Won't Halt Enrichment

Only On The Web: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told reporters that Iran does not intend to stop enriching uranium. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Casey- Iraqis Progressing

Only On The Web: In an exclusive interview, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier talks with Gen. George Casey about the progress of the U.S. military's mission in Iraq.

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On Tape- Car Bomb Explodes

CBS News RAW: Car bombs exploded across Baghdad on April 24, killing at least six people and wounding dozens more. In this video, three civilians were killed when two cars exploded.

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