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Friday, May 12, 2006

President On Progress In Iraq

CBS News RAW: During a meeting with current and former cabinet members, President Bush commented on Iraq's unity government.

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Nigerian Blast Kills Over 150

CBS Radio's Nick Young reports that a gas pipeline exploded in Nigeria as villagers collected fuel from the conduit, killing over 150 people and leaving charred bodies scattered around the blast site.

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CIA Corruption Investigation

The FBI searched the home of outgoing CIA official Kyle "Dusty" Foggo as part of a corruption investigation. Gloria Borger reports.

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Danger- Up Close And Personal

CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan talks with several U.S. Marines from the Kilo company in Ramadi, Iraq, about the continued violence in the area and the dangers they face.

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Gen. Hayden's NSA Ties

David Martin looks at whether Gen. Michael Hayden's connections to the National Security Agency will affect his nomination as CIA Director.

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On Patrol In Ramadi

Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan interviews Marine Lt. Carlos Goetz about the hazards and hardships faced by the Kilo company in Ramadi, perhaps the most dangerous area in Iraq.

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Marine's Daily Danger In Iraq

Lara Logan was embedded with the Marines of Kilo Company in one of Iraq's most dangerous cities to get a firsthand look at the turmoil that surrounds it. She discusses her experience with Rene Syler.

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Sen. Biden On NSA Database

Harry Smith speaks with Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., about the controversy in Washington over the NSA's database of domestic phone calls gathered from three major phone companies.

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President On The Defensive

Only On The Web: As Bill Plante reports from the White House, the news that the government has been collecting telephone records has put President Bush on the defensive.

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Outrage Over Domestic Spying

The National Security Agency collected the telephone records of tens of millions of Americans, and angry members of Congress say they want an investigation. Bill Plante reports.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories including a controversial spying program, declining poll numbers for President Bush and a letter from the Iranian president.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on rising oil prices and inflation fears, the University of Michigan's look at consumer confidence, and a recent slight decrease in mortgage rates.

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Booing Bonds Is Its Own Sport

Only On The Web: As Giants slugger Barry Bonds tries to move past Babe Ruth into the number two slot on the all-time home run list, he faces relentless jeers in opposing teams' stadiums.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports smokers who want to quit have the drug Varenicline as a weapon, few military members get treated for post-traumatic stress and there are worries about possible dangers of RU-486.

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Soldier's Story Preview

A United States soldier who fought to take Baghdad comes home and vanishes. What secrets does he know? Erin Moriarty reports on the mystery.

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Iraq's Danger Zone

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Ramadi, the most dangerous region in Iraq, where U.S. Marines take constant small-arms fire from insurgents.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: NSA's secret phone database, on the front line and TV for tots.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses his upcoming interview with the Dixie Chicks and their response to criticism for disparaging President Bush.

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