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Thursday, May 18, 2006

Searching For Hoffa's Body

The FBI began digging up property in Michigan after receiving a tip that former Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa ? missing for more than 30 years ? may be buried there. WCBS' Brendan Keefe reports.

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Hoffa Search Leads To Michigan

Sharyn Alfonsi reports from the horse farm in Milford Township, Mich., where the FBI hopes to find Jimmy Hoffa's body.

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Hayden Defends Surveillance

Gen. Michael Hayden, nominated by President Bush to head the CIA, told a Senate committee that the administration's warrantless wiretaps were legal. Sharyl Atkisson has more.

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The Forgotten War

Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan discusses today's bloodshed in Afghanistan after some of the worst fighting there since 2001.

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Bush's Border Security

President Bush went to the Mexican border to drum up support for his immigration proposals, including better border security. Senior White House correspondent Bill Plante had some questions for him.

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The War Next Door

There's a bloody turf war raging among rival drug cartels in Mexican border cities ? and the effects are spilling into the United States. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Matters Of The Heart

Thalia Assuras talks with Major Guy, a cardiac surgeon who gave Mohammad, an 8-year-old from Afghanistan. a new lease on life.

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Cancer Drug Created By Chance

While trying to build a better battery for the military, a scientist stumbled upon a potentially powerful cancer fighting compound. Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a FDA ruling on a new cervical cancer vaccine, a link between the abortion pill, RU-486, and a rare bacteria and are Americans taking too much vitamins?

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Evening News Online

Thursday: A cancer breakthrough, Hayden defends surveillance and matters of the heart.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on whether or not the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates to combat inflation, a close look at the oil industry and a down day at the stock market.

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Dobbs On State Of The Economy

A day after the Dow fell 214 points, CNN's Lou Dobbs speaks to Julie Chen about the state of the economy, the consumer price index, gas prices and interest rates.

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Pushing For Border Control

President Bush will be in Arizona trying to build support for changes in immigration laws and his plan to put National Guard troops on the U.S.-Mexican border. Bill Plante reports.

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CIA Hearings Begin For Hayden

Confirmation hearings begin today for President Bush's nominee to head the CIA, Gen. Michael Hayden. Sharyl Attkisson reports he's likely to face questions about the domestic spying program.

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Nosedive On Wall Street

Investors are keeping a close eye on Wall Street this morning, after the Dow Jones Industrials took a serious nosedive May 17. Susan McGinnis reports on the inflation fears.

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Online Safety Tips For Parents

Linda Fears, the editor in chief of Family Circle magazine, speaks to Hannah Storm about what parents can do to protect their children in a constantly changing cyber world.

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Syler Tries Her Hand At Sales

For one day, "The Early Show's" Rene Syler swapped jobs with her husband, Buff Parham, who is a vice president for television sales, and experienced firsthand what he does for a living.

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Installing Car Breathalyzers

Drunken driving kills about 17,000 people a year. Often courts order repeat DUI offenders to install car breathalyzers. Hattie Kauffman talks with people who installed them on their own.

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