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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Christians Protest 'Da Vinci'

The Da Vinci Code movie has its long-awaited world premiere today and it's drawing protests from Christian groups. Mark Phillips reports.

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Phone Carriers Deny NSA Link

Three phone carriers ? Verizon, BellSouth and AT&T ? have refuted the USA Today report that they provided the federal government will millions of phone records. Jim Stewart reports.

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Press Secretary On First Day

New White House Press Secretary Tony Snow gave his first televised briefing May 16 and he surprised many. Bill Plante reports, and Mr. Snow speaks with Julie Chen about his job and personal life.

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Frist On NSA, Border Patrol

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., speaks to Rene Syler on President Bush's border plan to combat illegal immigration and the controversy surrounding the NSA's domestic surveillance program.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports inflation's still the topic of conversation on Wall Street, inflation is well contained, Hewlett Packard stocks are up and flyers may face higher air fares this summer.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Stock Market swoons, fencing off the border and 'Da Vinci' curiosity.

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Stock Market Swoons

Just days ago, stocks were approaching record highs. But the Dow Jones fell more than 200 points on Wednesday, with investors spooked by the prospect of rising inflation. Anthony Mason reports.

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Fencing Off The Border

The Senate authorized the construction of a 370-mile fence along the Mexican border. But Sharyl Attkisson reports that members of Congress are still far apart on many immigration issues.

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NSA Briefings Begin

Congress is finally being briefed about the NSA's activities after disclosures that the spy agency eavesdropped on phone calls without court orders. Gloria Borger has the story.

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Immigration Debate Heats Up

The debate over immigration reform continued on Capitol Hill, as supporters rallied against a proposed bill to deny citizenship to illegal aliens who've committed a felony. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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U.S. Navy Sinks Old Carrier

CBS News RAW: The Navy sank the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany in the Gulf of Mexico. The vessel will become an artificial reef.

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Colombians Protest Trade Plan

CBS News RAW: Demonstrators in two Colombian cities clash with police during protests against a free trade agreement with the United States. About 30 people were injured and one was killed.

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Iraq Mulls Uniform Changes

Allen Pizzey reports on a plan by the Iraqi government to curb rising insurgent violence by ordering its forces to wear the same uniform.

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Bush Signs Tax-Cut Package

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke after signing a $70 billion tax-cut package. He touted the "pro-growth economic policies" of his administration.

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Tony Snow Takes The Stage

CBS News RAW: During his first televised briefing, new White House Press Secretary Tony Snow answered questions about President Bush's prime-time speech on immigration.

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Bush Unveils Immigration Plan

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's immigration plan, which he said would not offer amnesty while deploying 6,000 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexican border.

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Latinos React To Bush Speech

Only On The Web: Cristian Garcia, a DJ and associate producer for the Spanish language radio network KBUE spoke about listeners' reactions to President Bush's immigration speech.

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