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Monday, May 1, 2006

Duke Sex Scandal Politics

As the Duke lacrosse sex scandal investigation continues, the Durham, N.C., community is also following the district attorney election, which figures prominently in the case. Trish Regan reports.

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Action Wanted On Darfur

Thousands, including celebrities, gathered on the Washington Mall to bring attention to the violence and genocide in Darfur, hoping to put pressure on the Bush administration. Joie Chen reports.

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May Day Immigration Protests

To demonstrate the major role immigrants play in society, a nationwide boycott dubbed "A Day Without Immigrants" has been organized across the U.S. Byron Pitts reports.

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In History- Fall Of Saigon

Week In History: Ed Bradley gave an account on April 30, 1975, of the government in Saigon surrendered to the Viet Cong, marking the end of he Vietnam War.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street will focus on shoppers, Microsoft shares fell to their lowest in six years and Patricia Woertz will be president, CEO and director of Archer Daniels Midland.

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Iraq In Turmoil 3 Years Later

Only On The Web: Allen Pizzey reports from Iraq, three years after President Bush's infamous "Mission Accomplished" speech from the deck of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln.

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Is Iran Open To Nuclear Deal?

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer sat down for an exclusive interview with Iran's new chief nuclear negotiator. She asked him whether Iran was prepared to make any concessions to strike a deal.

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Iran's Side Of Nuclear Debate

The U.N. Security Council will begin discussions on preventing Iran from taking steps to build a nuclear weapon. Elizabeth Palmer had an exclusive interview with Iran's point-man on nuclear issues.

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Mission Still Not Accomplished

Allen Pizzey and Jim Axelrod report on the anniversary of President Bush's infamous "Mission Accomplished" speech on Iraq and how the country is holding together three years later.

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New Faces In The Old West?

In Dodge City, Kan., immigrants marched and meatpacking plants closed as a sign of support for their overwhelmingly Hispanic workforce. But as Kelly Cobiella reports, not everyone was unified.

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May Day Rallies Worldwide

CBS News RAW: Workers in Moscow, Jakarta, Tehran and Havana marched through the streets in celebration of International Labor Day.

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Bush Gets Updated On Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke about his meeting with secretaries Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld about their trip to Iraq and the progress that country is making.

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Immigrants Rally Around U.S.

Organizers hope "A Day Without Immigrants" demonstration and boycott in cities around the country will show lawmakers how vital illegal immigrants are to the U.S. economy. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Bringing Attention To Darfur

CBS News RAW: Music mogul Russell Simmons spoke at the Save Darfur rally on the mall in Washington, D.C. and the need to take action before the situation in Sudan turns dire.

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Thousands Attend Darfur Rally

CBS News RAW: To draw attention to the genocide in Darfur, thousands attended a rally in Washington, D.C., in an effort to push President Bush into firm action on Sudan.

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President Bush & His Lookalike

CBS News RAW: President Bush appeared with Bush impersonator Steve Bridges at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner on Saturday.

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