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Friday, May 19, 2006

'The Early Show' Online

Friday's stories: Harry Smith's impressions of Baghdad in his first visit after three years, America's next top model Danielle Evans, and how to turn your guest room into a home away from home.

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Gov. Romney For President?

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has been receiving praise for his handling of this week's flooding crisis. As Trish Regan finds out, it's just the latest feat for a man who may run for president.

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Sectarian Violence In Iraq

Harry Smith reports from Baghdad on the ongoing violence between Sunnis and Shiites, the fragile security situation, and a de facto segregation line.

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English The National Language?

The Senate passed an amendment to make English the country's national language. Joie Chen reports on the ongoing debate over immigration.

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The Future Of New Orleans

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts reports from New Orleans, where tourism is down, the city may be near bankruptcy and a runoff election for mayor will soon be held.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's attempt to recover, Dell's profit report, Burger King's first day on the New York Stock Exchange, and mortgage rates hike.

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U.N.- U.S. Should Close Gitmo

CBS News RAW: The president of the U.N. Committee Against Torture says there shouldn't be any secret prisons, and that the United States should close Guantanamo Bay.

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More Violence To Come

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk examines the recent erruption of violence in Afghanistan and why we will see more in the near future.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports there may be a new vaccine for cervical cancer, tests for signs of bird flu are under way in Alaska and the CDC recommends 218 million Americans get vaccinated against the flu.

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New Orleans Goes To The Polls

Nine months after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans residents are set to go to the polls to elect a mayor. Byron Pitts reports on this unusual election.

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Gitmo Prisoners Revolt

At the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prisoners wielding improvised weapons lured 10 guards into an ambush. David Martin reports on the melee that ensued.

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Mayor Nagin Makes His Case

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts sat down with New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who is in the homestretch of a tough reelection battle.

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Immigration Debate Continues

The debate over immigration reform heats up as the Senate voted to make English the national language. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Clash At Guantanamo Bay

Prisoners wielding improvised weapons clashed with guards trying to stop a detainee from committing suicide at the U.S. prison. David Martin Reports.

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Mexico Responds To Border Plan

CBS News RAW: Mexico's President Vicente Fox and Foreign minister Luis Ernesto Derbez slammed President Bush's plan to build hundreds of miles of triple-layered fence along the U.S. border.

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Hayden Hearings Begin

The Senate confirmation hearings for Gen. Michael Hayden began Thursday. But the President's choice to head the Central Intelligence Agency is no shoe-in for the job. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Hayden Firm On Wiretapping

CBS News RAW: During his Senate confirmation hearing, CIA Director nominee Gen. Michael Hayden defended the secret wiretapping program that he directed at the NSA.

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Iraq Troop Withdrawal Debate

Meg Oliver reports on the debate over troop withdrawal on Capitol Hill and a war crimes investigation of U.S. Marines in the Hadditha massacre that took the lives of innocent Iraqis.

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