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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Insurgent Peace Talks In Iraq

Only On The Web: Allen Pizzey reports on the Iraqi government's decision to enter into peace talks with insurgents group in an effort to stop the daily violence that shrouds the country.

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Iran Considers Russian Offer

Elizabeth Palmer reports on a deal offered by the Russian government to enrich nuclear fuel for Iran, but the U.S. government is wary that the country is just playing games.

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Peace Talks With Insurgents?

In an effort to curb the violence that engulfs Iraq, the Iraqi government has contacted seven insurgent groups to engage in peace talks. Allen Pizzey reports.

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A Skyscraper Turns 75

The Empire State Building will turn 75-years-old on May 1, and CBS News' Charles Osgood reflects on the skyscraper's history and its status as the symbol of New York City.

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Powell- Iraq Needs More Troops

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview that his advice that Iraq needed more troops went unheeded. But, as Randall Pinkston reports, Powell's successor disputes that notion.

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A Rallying Cry For Darfur

Different religious groups organized a protest rally at the Mall in Washington, D.C., and cities across the U.S. to bring attention to the tragedy in the African region of Darfur. Joie Chen reports.

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Lethal And Leaking

Lesley Stahl visited Hanford, Wash., which is home to the most contaminated area in the world outside of Russia. The U.S. government has been trying to clean up the area for 16 years.

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Sarandon On Death Threats

CBS News RAW: In an interview with ITV's Jonathan Dimbleby, Susan Sarandon speaks about the death threats she and her family have received, after the actress spoke out against the Iraq war.

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Rice On The National Anthem

Bob Schieffer asked Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the controversy surrounding "The Star-Spangled Banner," and what language the national anthem should be sung in.

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Solutions To The Gas Crisis

Senators Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., discuss the oil and gas crisis with Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" and what needs to be done to rectify the situation.

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How To Deal With Iran?

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks to Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" about future diplomatic talks with Iran and its civilian nuclear program.

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Rice On Iraq Troop Levels

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks to Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" about former Secretary of State Colin Powell's assertion that troop levels in the Iraq war were inadequate.

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Ben Stein Defends Rumsfeld

Ben Stein explains why the calls for Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's resignation are unfounded and says he's doing a fine job considering the circumstances.

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Second Cup Cafe- MercyMe

The Christian rock band MercyMe found cross-over success with the 2001 single, "I Can Only Imagine." The group has a new album out, "Coming Up To Breathe," and performs on "The Saturday Early Show."

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Lower Gas Prices Anytime Soon?

As gas prices continue to skyrocket, the pressure is on lawmakers in Washington to give consumers a break. As Claudia Coffey reports, politicians are rolling out plans to ease Americans' wallets.

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What Does Iran Want?

After the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog accused Iran of non-cooperation, Tehran made a countermove. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, it may signal more defiance or conciliation, depending on how you look at it.

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