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Tuesday, May 9, 2006

'The Early Show' Online

Tuesday's Stories: Susan Koeppen finds out if the new car mileage stickers are accurate; an interview with former Secretary of State Colin Powell; and a girl's lemonade stand lives on after her death.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports H&R Block is facing an expanded lawsuit, Dell computers sounds a profit warning, and investors on Wall Street are expecting a 16th straight interest rate hike.

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Colin Powell's Initiatives

Only On The Web: Harry Smith asks former Secretary of State Colin Powell what kind of projects he's pursuing now that he's no longer in politics.

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Colin Powell On Iraq Intel

Only On The Web: Harry Smith talks with former Secretary of State Colin Powell about the intelligence used to make the case for invading Iraq.

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Profile- Colin Powell

Even out of office Colin Powell remains a force of nature. He is one of a handful of cabinet members whose opinion on anything truly matters. Harry Smith speaks with Powell.

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U.S. Pleads For Help In Sudan

President Bush is pleading for international help to end the genocide in Sudan, which has claimed 200,000 lives in the Darfur region. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush's Approval Hits New Low

The latest CBS News/New York Times poll shows that President Bush's approval rating has sunk to 31%, another all-time low. But as Gloria Borger reports, Congress got even lower marks.

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Bush Promotes Drug Program

The White House's prescription drug program for seniors has turned out to be a difficult sell. Jim Axelrod reports on President Bush's effort to promote the program on the road.

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Prescription Drug Plan Woes

Many seniors who met the deadline for the new Medicare prescription drug program are finding that their troubles have only just begun. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Child Porn Bust

Michigan authorities made an arrest in the case of a teenager who testified before Congress about how he became a victim of Internet predators. Sharyl Attkisson has an exclusive report.

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Congress Presses On Gas Prices

Members of Congress stepped up the pressure on the Bush administration to force automakers to build vehicles that get better gas mileage. Bob Orr reports.

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Tax Quarrel Is No Tea Party

The United States and Britain's first argument over taxes led to the American Revolution. As Richard Roth reports, there is a new tariff dispute between the two nations.

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Inside The New Drug Benefit

Only On The Web: Dr. Jeff Kerr, a geriatrician in Missouri, and CBS' Wyatt Andrews discuss the new Medicare drug benefit.

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Rice- Hamas Has A Choice

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the U.S. commitment to humanitarian aid.

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Rumsfeld On Hayden

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Edmund Giambastiani Jr. discuss the nomination of Gen. Michael Hayden to head the CIA.

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Bush- 'Everybody Signing Up'

CBS News RAW: President Bush made a trip to Florida to meet with some senior citizens and explain why he wants "everybody signing up" for the new Medicare prescription drug plan.

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Stopping Tragedy In Darfur

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on how the White House is handling the unsettling situation in the Darfur region of Sudan, which President Bush has called genocide.

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Hayden's Road To Confirmation

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer spoke to Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Pat Roberts, R-Kan., about President Bush's CIA Chief nominee Gen. Michael Hayden.

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President Vows To Aid Darfur

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on a proposed peace agreement concerning the Darfur region of Sudan. He also called for more U.N. peacekeepers and promised an increase in U.S. food aid.

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Opposition To CIA Nomination

Opposition is already mounting against Michael Hayden, the man President Bush nominated to lead the CIA. Critics are concerned about a military leader heading the spy agency, reports Aleen Sirgany.

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