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Wednesday, May 3, 2006

'Fifty Pills'

Only On The Web: Watch clips of Theo Avgerinos' first feature film, "Fifty Pills," about a boy who has to sell 50 tablets of ecstasy in one day in order to pay his tuition.

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'Jesus Camp'

Only On The Web: Running in Tribeca's International Documentary Competition, "Jesus Camp" follows young children who go to a Christian camp in North Dakota. The film is sure to provoke debate.

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What's Next With Iran?

CBS News Foreign Affairs Consultant Pam Falk examines the scheduled UN Security talks to outline a halt to Iran's uranium enrichment program, and where this is all headed.

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Clinton Announces Soda Deal

To tackle childhood obesity, an agreement with beverage distributors was announced by former President Bill Clinton to take many sodas out of public schools. WCBS' Marcia Kramer reports.

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Preventing Bird Flu Chaos

CBS News RAW: After unveiling the White House's plan to combat the bird flu, Homeland Security adviser Frances Townsend spoke about how the plan is designed to prevent chaos.

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Bird Flu Plan Set For Release

The Bush administration is ready to unveil its plan to handle the worst-case scenario for an avian flu outbreak. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the Bush administration's warning to the public about a possible bird flu outbreak, healthier middle-age Londoners than Americans and research on the best way to quit drinking.

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Sexual Abuse Victim Speaks Out

Marsha Allen, a 13-year-old victim of sexual abuse, is pushing for a law to strengthen the penalty for internet child pornography. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Moussaoui Gets Life, Not Death

Jurors in the Zacarias Moussaoui sentencing trial rejected the death penalty for the al Qaeda conspirator. James Stewart reports.

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Moussaoui Verdict Surprising?

Only On The Web: CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen says the fact that there wasn't much evidence linking Zacarias Moussaoui to the 9/11 hijackers may have led jurors to spare his life.

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Kin React To Moussaoui Verdict

CBS News RAW: Family members of those who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks addressed the media after co-conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui was sentenced to life in prison.

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Moussaoui Verdict Announced

CBS News RAW: Public Information Officer Edward Adams announced that jurors had decided against the death penalty for 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, giving him life in prison instead.

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Life In Prison For Moussaoui

Federal jurors decided that Zacarias Moussaoui won't get the death penalty for his role in the 9/11 attacks, but will spend his life in prison. Aleen Sirgany reports from Alexandria, Va.

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Moussaoui Gets Life in Prison

Al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui was sentenced to life in prison by a federal jury, which spared him from the death penalty for his role in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack.

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New Orleans Evacuation Plan

As hurricane season approaches, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin unveiled evacuation plans for the city in an effort to avoid the mistakes of Hurricane Katrina. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Bird Flu Doomsday Scenario

Only On The Web: Bill Plante previews the Bush administration's plan to deal with a possible bird flu pandemic. The report offers precautions for homes, workplaces and the nation's border.

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Nagin- Levees Will Be Secure

CBS News RAW: As hurricane season approaches, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin announced evacuation plans and sought to reassure citizens that the levee system is being rebuilt and will be secure.

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Impact Of Immigration Rallies

The political impact of the May 1 "Day Wthout Immigrants" is clear. But as Alexis Christoforous reports, while some businesses closed down, the nation's economy didn't exactly grind to a halt.

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How Much Did Business Suffer?

Only On The Web: Sandra Hughes spoke to a produce vendor about the extent to which his business suffered after closing shop on May 1 to show support for immigrants.

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