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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Asian View On Immigration

While much of the focus in the immigration debate is on Latinos, there are also many Asians coming to the United States. KPIX's Thuy Vu reports on what's behind their quest for citizenship.

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An Archive Of Evil

A large storehouse of Nazi documents was opened to historians and scholars for the first time since World War II. As Mark Phillips reports, the archive has detailed records of the Nazi death machine.

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New Enemy In War On Drugs

A new survey confirms that while U.S. teens are drinking and smoking less than the previous generation, a newer form of substance abuse should concern parents. Elizabeth Kaledin reports.

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The Immigration Divide

The immigration proposals that President Bush laid out in his Oval Office address drew an unusually mixed response from congressional Democrats and Republicans. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Phone Companies' NSA Denial

Three giant telecommunications companies that reportedly had turned over millions of consumers' phone records to a national spy agency now say they didn't. Jim Stewart reports.

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Moriarty's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Erin Moriarty talks about her upcoming report on Richard Davis, a U.S. soldier who fought in the battle for Baghdad but disappeared after his homecoming.

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Video Of 9/11 Pentagon Attack

CBS News RAW: Video captured by a security camera of American Airlines Flight 77 crashing into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, was released by military officials.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the Medicare deadline that came and went, a worldwide recall of a Bausch & Lomb contact lens solution and how surgery can help women suffering from metastatic breast cancer.

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Good News And Bad News

Rosalind Gold, Senior Director of the National Association of Latino Elected Officials, believes the Presidents immigration announcement brought some good news and some disappointing news.

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Guard Training To Be Hurt

CBS News Military Analyst Retired Army Col. Mitch Mitchell looks at how the Presidents immigration plan could take a big toll on the training of the National Guard.

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A Happy Medium?

CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Jim Axelrod analyzes the President's speech Monday Night and what this means for the immigration debate.

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Bush's Immigration Plan

President Bush's immigration plan involves deploying as many as 6,000 National Guard troops along the Mexican Border. Bill Plante reports the plan seems to be more about security than sensitivity.

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Preview Of President's Speech

Only On The Web: Bill Plante offers a preview of tonight's speech by President Bush, which will focus primarily on immigration.

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Andrea Joyce Does Harry's Job

The Early Show is doing a series called "Trading Spaces," in which the anchors swap jobs with their partners. Harry Smith's wife, Andrea Joyce, hosts a segment on age-appropriate clothing.

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Harry & Andrea Switch Jobs

As part of the "Trading Places" series, "The Early Show's" Harry Smith swapped jobs with his wife, NBC Sports reporter Andrea Joyce, and ran the household for a day.

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