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Saturday, May 20, 2006

Blast Kills 5 Kentucky Miners

CBS News RAW: Gov. Ernie Fletcher said that an explosion in an eastern Kentucky coal mine killed five miners, and that the mine will stay closed until investigation is completed.

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New Orleans Election

Voters head to the polls to choose a new mayor in New Orleans. As Byron Pitts reports, election officials expect a huge turnout.

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Twin Doctors On A Rare Mission

After a unique tour of duty in Afghanistan, two U.S. Army reserve doctors returned to America. You may mistake one for the other, but there is no mistaking the good they did. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Children Of Illegal Immigrants

One of the most heart-wrenching questions in the immigration debate is what will happen to the children of illegal immigrants, should their parents be deported. Joie Chen reports.

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A New Government For Iraq

Iraq has a new government just two days short of the deadline for establishing its first sovereign government since the fall of Saddam Hussein. Allen Pizzey reports on the challenging tasks ahead.

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A Post-Katrina Mayor

Byron Pitts reports from New Orleans on what's being considered the city's most important mayoral election. Who will take the massive job of rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina?

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's immigration speech, trouble on Wall Street and the premiere of "The Da Vinci Code."

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Gov. Romney On Mass. Flooding

Only On The Web: Trish Regan speaks with Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney about the floods that have affected residents and how he plans to help.

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Mike Wallace On President Bush

While discussing the new White House press secretary Tony Snowe, Mike Wallace revealed that he has never met or spoken with President Bush.

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