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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Leaps And Bounds

Bob Orr visits a factory where artificial limbs are made, a laboratory where tomorrow's limbs are being developed and Walter Reed Medical Center, where injured soldiers make use of the technology.

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Commencement Speech Wrap-up

Russ Mitchell reports on the bevy of graduation commencement speeches that former presidents, politicians and celebrities have made at college campuses around the country.

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A Divided Venezuela

Even though Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez may be unpopular with the Bush administration, the leader does have some U.S. supporters. But as Lee Cowan reports, looks may be deceiving.

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Can Democrats Take Advantage?

With President Bush's poll numbers dropping and gas prices rising, Democrats hope to take advantage of the situation during November's midterm Congressional elections. Joie Chen reports.

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Mayor Nagin's Comeback

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin won a hard-fought re-election battle to defeat Lt. Gov. Mitch Landrieu, but the next challenge is already awaiting the mayor. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush On New Iraqi Gov't

CBS News RAW: President Bush congratulated Iraqi leaders on forming a new unity government and called it a "new day" for millions of Iraqis.

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South Korean Leader Slashed

CBS News RAW: A suspect was detained after the man attacked the leader of South Korea's main opposition party with a box cutter, leaving a long but non life-threatening wound on her face.

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Bomb Kills Rajiv Gandhi

This Week In History: On May 21, 1991, a bomb killed India's former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, who was campaigning on the second day of voting in the world's largest democratic election.

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Historic, Violent Day In Iraq

Harry Smith reports from Baghdad that Iraq's new national unity government was sworn in. In a historic but violent day, at least 24 people were killed in bombing attacks around the country.

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'Man On The Moon' Address

This Week In History: President John F. Kennedy addressed Congress on the importance of the space program and the nation's goal of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely.

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