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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Bradley's Reporter's Notebook

Ed Bradley discusses his report on the Harlem Children's Zone, which is a charter school to enhance the quality of education for children, especially in poor and impoverished areas.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a federal health meeting on the abortion pill, RU-486, an FDA ruling on how green tea makers can promote their product and a new study on second-hand smoking.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Federal Reserve and interest rates, the impact of gas prices on consumer spending habits and the introduction by small lenders of a 50-year mortgage.

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Report- NSA Watching Millions

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on a startling story coming from USA Today that says the National Intelligence Agency has been spying on tens of millions of Americans.

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Tax Cuts Favor The Wealthy?

The Senate is set to vote today on a $70 billion tax cut bill that critics call a gift to the wealthy. Sharyl Attkisson on the House vote passing President Bush's tax relief plan.

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Report- NSA Spying On Millions

USA Today has published a story claiming millions of Americans are under the scrutiny of the National Security Agency. Bill Plante reports.

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NSA's Secret Phone Database

USA Today reported that three of the nation's biggest telephone companies have been turning over the records of millions of Americans to a government spy agency. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Congress Leery Of Spy Program

Bob Schieffer sat down with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., who expressed serious concerns over the NSA's secret database of Americans' phone records.

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Companies Defend Data Sharing

Business correspondent Anthony Mason placed a few calls to the phone companies who have been secretly turning over records to the NSA. Those companies said they acted within the law.

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On The Front Line

The most dangerous part of Iraq is still the region west of Baghdad, especially the city of Ramadi. Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan joined U.S. Marines there.

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Pope Benedict Meets Chavez

CBS News RAW: At the Vatican, Pope Benedict XVI met with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to discuss poverty and relations between the Holy See and the Latin American country.

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Russian Copter Crashes, Sinks

CBS News RAW: A Russian military helicopter crashed in the middle of a naval rescue exercise and sank in the Aniva Gulf, north of Japan. Twelve crew members were saved; the pilot died.

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'A Program Of Big Big Brother'

Only On The Web: Bob Schieffer talked with Sen. Arlen Specter, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, about a report that the NSA secretly collected records of Americans' phone calls.

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Senate Debates Tax Bill

Congress is poised to pass a $70 billion tax-cut bill aimed at extending tax relief to millions of Americans. But critics say the proposal benefits only the rich. Drew Levinson reports.

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Bush On NSA Database

CBS News RAW: In an effort to defuse the criticism over a media report on an NSA database, President Bush reassured Americans that their privacy is "fiercely protected."

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Big Brother's Phone Data?

A USA Today report accuses the NSA of secretly collecting the phone records of ordinary Americans. As Aleen Sirgany reports, some lawmakers are furious.

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Senators On NSA Subpoenas

CBS News RAW: Sens. Edward Kennedy and Arlene Specter discuss subpoenaing the companies that have been gathering data on phone calls, as well as members of the Bush Administration.

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Sen. Leahy On NSA Spying

CBS News RAW: During what was to be a judicial hearing, Sen. Patrick Leahy comments on the National Security Agency's wire tapping program.

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Durbin On NSA Media Report

CBS News RAW: Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., expressed outrage over a report on the NSA secretly monitoring millions of American's calls.

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Fighting Identity Theft

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke about the issue of identity theft in the United States after signing an executive order aimed to take steps toward preventing it.

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Medicare's Impact In November

Only On The Web: In the face of sagging poll numbers, Bill Plante reports on President Bush's hope that his Medicare prescription drug benefit will aid the GOP in November's election.

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Bush Itinerary Found In Trash

Randy Hopkins, a public sanitation worker in Washington, found a White House staff schedule detailing the President's trip to Florida ... in the trash.

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