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Monday, May 15, 2006

Bush's Border Speech, CIA Leak

Bill Plante reports on Vice President Cheney's role in the CIA leak case and President Bush's border plan, which involves deployment of the National Guard.

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Analysis- White House Troubles

Following Harry Smith's interview with White House counselor Dan Bartlett, Gloria Borger offers analysis into the CIA leak case and President Bush's prime-time speech on immigration.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors are worried about rising interest rates, the Justice Department wants to extend oversight of Microsoft and moms say their bosses support their family needs.

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Rush To Beat Medicare Deadline

The deadline looms for older Americans to sign up for the Medicare prescription drug plan. As Wyatt Andrews reports, thousands called government phone banks, visited the Web site or went in person.

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California's Border Woes

Initial reviews of President Bush's new border plan are mixed. State officials in Texas and Arizona like it, but as Bill Whitaker reports, California officials aren't so sure.

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Countdown To Medicare Deadline

Call centers were flooded Monday as seniors rushed to register for the new Medicare prescription benefit before the midnight deadline. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Troops To Guard Border?

President Bush will outline a proposal for immigration reform, which involves temporarily deploying thousands of National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Fines For Illegal Immigrants

CBS News RAW: The president proposed allowing illegal immigrants who have worked in the U.S. for many years to stay legally after paying a penalty.

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Strengthening Our Borders

CBS News RAW: President Bush discussed using the National Guard, as well as state and local law enforcement officals, to strengthen border control.

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Dems Skeptical Of Border Plan

CBS News RAW: Senator Richard Durbin of Illinois gave the Democratic response to President Bush's speech on immigration. He implied that the administration's plan was politically motivated.

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'A Legal Path For Workers'

CBS News RAW: President Bush outlined his plan for a temporary worker program that would allow immigrants to work legally in the United States.

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'We Are A Nation Of Laws'

CBS News RAW: Before laying out his new plan to protect the border with Mexico, President Bush framed the immigration issue as one that "stirs intense emotions."

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Rove On Illegal Immigration

CBS News RAW: Hours before President Bush was to address the nation on immigration, White House senior adviser Karl Rove offered his take on the situation.

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Libya Off Terrorism List

CBS News RAW: Assistant Secretary of State David Welch announced the Bush Administration is restoring diplomatic relations with Libya after taking it off a list of state sponsors of terrorism.

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Prince Harry Bowls Them Over

CBS News RAW: Prince Harry, the grandson of England's Queen Elizabeth II, took part in an army parade in London, as he swapped his military uniform for a bowler hat and smart suit.

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Raids In Iraq, Saddam In Court

Saddam Hussein was back in court, arguing that he's still the president of Iraq. Also, U.S. soldiers continue an offensive in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Kirkuk Roadside Bomb Aftermath

CBS News RAW: A roadside bomb exploded late on May 13 next to an Iraqi police patrol in Kirkuk in northern Iraq, injuring eight police officers - three of them critically - police said.

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Bush To Speak On Immigration

President Bush will make his first-ever prime time address on a domestic issue: immigration reform. As Jennifer Miller reports, his plan is drawing critics from both sides of the aisle.

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Pregnancy Bias At Work?

Russ Mitchell reports on a growing problem in the workforce today: pregnancy bias. Such complaints are on the rise and one woman claims in her lawsuit, the discrimination cost her more than her job.

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