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Sunday, May 7, 2006

Lawnmowers- Little Polluters?

Environmentalists and communities are targeting an unlikely machine that fills the air with large amounts of pollutants: the lawnmower. As Jerry Bowen reports, their efforts are being stymied.

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Afghanistan Operation Analysis

Russ Mitchell speaks with CBS news consultant Jere Van Dyk about the U.S. operation in Afghanistan, the Taliban's return and the search for al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

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Labor Party Wants Blair Out

A disappointing election for the Labor Party prompted British Prime Minister Tony Blair to shake up his cabinet, but lawmakers are still calling for his resignation. Mark Phillips reports.

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Fort Drum Mourns Fallen Heroes

The Fort Drum, N.Y., community is mourning the loss of 10 Americans, who died in the crash of a Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan. Michelle Miller reports on the tragedy.

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Uncertainty About Hayden

President Bush is expected to name Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to head the CIA, replacing Porter Goss who resigned. But as Joie Chen reports, his nomination is raising some concerns.

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Iraq's Innocent Victims

Three car bombs hit Iraq, which killed dozens, but it's an attack on a family home, which wounded a 4-year-old girl and killed her two sisters that's making headlines. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Moussaoui's New Home?

After 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui was sentenced to life in prison, most legal observers were pretty certain which prison the al Qaeda member was heading to. Joie Chen reports.

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More Violence Bedevils Iraq

Only On The Web: Allen Pizzey reports on the three car bombs that rocked Iraq, but the one incident that's drawing the most attention was a rocket attack that killed two young sisters.

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Pope John Paul II Shot

Week In History: On 13 May, 1981, Pope John Paul II was shot and critically wounded by Mehmet Ali Agca, a Turkish gunman, as he entered St. Peter's Square to address an audience.

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Fishing Swamped By Fuel Prices

Driving up the East Coast reporting on the impact of high gas prices, Sharyn Alfonsi met commercial fishermen in Gloucester, Mass., who say this season may be their last because of rising fuel prices.

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Energy Beverages Under Fire

The soft drink industry agreed to pull non-diet soft drinks from public schools. But as Bob Orr reports, popular high-caffeine energy drinks are also raising alarm in a school district in Virginia.

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