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Friday, May 5, 2006

Pentagon Mockery Bad Move?

The Pentagon recently used a video of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi as a propaganda tool. Christopher Whitcomb, a terrorism expert and former FBI agent, discusses the Pentagon's actions with Hannah Storm.

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Fueling The Economy

Despite high gas prices, Wall Street has had gains and retail sales held up in April. Lou Dobbs, host of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight," joins Harry Smith to discuss the markets.

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Rumsfeld Called A 'Liar'

Anti-war protesters became hostile and an ex-CIA officer called Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld a liar during a speech in Georgia. David Martin reports.

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Probe In Kennedy Car Crash

Congressman Patrick Kennedy, D-R.I., the son of Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., blames prescription drugs for his car crash in Capitol Hill. But, as Joie Chen reports, there are allegations of a cover-up.

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Young Immigrant's Achievement

Steve Hartman tells the story of a young man whose triumph in the field of robotics offers a very different perspective on the immigration debate.

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President- Economy Is Strong

CBS News RAW: While at a hardware store in Washington, D.C., President Bush said the American economy is strong and that Congress should keep spending low in order to maintain growth.

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Preview- The Ethanol Solution

Could ethanol be the solution to America's addiction to imported oil? Dan Rather reports, this Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports a study shows around 300,000 U.S. kids have autism, over $1 billion is being spent to develop bird flu vaccines and researchers say obese 11-year-olds may be obese as adults.

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Bellwether Immigration Vote?

For illegal immigrants from Mexico and other countries, a vote this week in Virginia may have been an ominous sign of things to come. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Gas Price Challenge Results

After five days on the road, Sharon Alfonsi ended up in Boston, where she tallied the results of the fuel efficiency of three kinds of cars.

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Wall Street On A Roll

The Dow Jones industrial average shot up 138 points, posting its highest close in six years. Anthony Mason has more.

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CIA Director Resigns

CBS News RAW: President Bush announces the resignation of CIA Director Porter Goss.

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Rumsfeld Heckled During Speech

CBS News RAW: While giving an update on Iraq at the Southern Center for International Studies in Atlanta, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld was accused of lying about pre-war intel.

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China Battles Web Addiction

You may think your kids spend too much time on the Internet. It's become such a problem in China that the country has opened its first Internet addiction clinic. Celia Hatton reports.

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Darfur Peace Plan Signed

Progress has been made in a conflict that has taken close to 200,000 lives. A peace plan has been signed by Sudan's government and rebels in Darfur. Cheryl Casone reports

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Kennedy's Accident Scrutinized

Only On The Web: Joie Chen reports on Rep. Patrick Kennedy's Capitol Hill accident. Kennedy denies alcohol was involved and blames it on medication. The matter remains under investigation.

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Bush- Spending Bill Too High

President Bush urged lawmakers to go back to the table and rework an emergency spending bill that he says is too large and needs to be cut down to the maximum at $92.2 billion. Meg Oliver reports.

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Terrorist's Tape Analyzed

CBS News RAW: Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch critiques a video purportedly released by al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Lynch comments on al-Zarqawi's supposed incompetence.

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Moussaoui's Last Public Words

Zacarias Moussaoui lashed out in court while being sentenced to life without parole. In his final public words, he said that Osama Bin Laden would never be caught. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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