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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

50 Cent On His Role In 'Brave'

CBS News RAW: Rapper 50 Cent showcased a preview of his new film, "Home of the Brave" about an Iraq soldier returning home. The film, directed by Irwin Winkler, also stars Samuel L. Jackson.

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'The Early Show' Online

Tuesday's stories: Harry Smith gets a first-hand look at how U.S. soldiers are making a huge difference in Iraq, a carbon monoxide threat that could be lurking in your home, and the newest pocket TVs.

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Harry Hangs Out In Baghdad

When it comes to Iraq, it's often difficult to tell how much progress is being made ? in large part because many areas aren't safe for reporters. But Harry Smith gets a first hand look.

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New Orleans Levees Flawed?

A report finds that the New Orleans levees that failed during Hurricane Katrina were badly designed and maintained. Byron Pitts reports the Army Core of Engineers insist improvements are under way.

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Identity Theft Alert For Vets

The government has issued an identity theft alert for millions of U.S. veterans. As Bob Orr reports, a computer that contained their personal information was stolen from the home of a federal worker.

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Bin Laden Tape On Moussaoui

An audiotape attributed to Osama bin Laden claims he personally assigned all of the 19 hijackers who took part in the 9/11 attacks ? and Zacarias Moussaoui was not one of them. Lara Logan reports.

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Corruption At Fannie Mae?

Fannie Mae was created to help Americans get access to mortgage money. But as Anthony Mason reports, according to the government, the company's executives were pocketing some of that money.

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Preparing For Bird Flu

The U.S. government is working on its first line of defense against a bird flu pandemic. Elizabeth Kaledin has a look inside one laboratory in Ames, Iowa

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Lloyd Bentsen Dies

Former Texas Sen. Lloyd Bentsen died at his home in Houston. Bob Schieffer recalls Bentsen's nearly three decades of public service, including one unforgettable line in a vice-presidential debate.

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Training For The Elite

The Army needs as many Special Forces soldiers as it can get. But as David Martin reports, volunteers face a pile-it-on, weed-'em-out challenge to land a spot.

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Gas Gouging Hearing

As drivers continue to shell out big bucks for gas, lawmakers are questioning the head of the FTC about price gouging, and what her agency is doing to ensure fair prices. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Special Ops Training

The military needs as many Special Forces troops as it can get, but volunteers face a grueling training challenge. CBS News cameras got to follow some of the action.

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'You Are No Jack Kennedy'

CBS News RAW: Campaigning as the Democratic 1988 vice presidential nominee, Lloyd Bentsen told rival Dan Quayle in a heated debate, "You are no Jack Kennedy."

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Levees Ripe For Failure Again?

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts reports from New Orleans on a report that blasts the Army Corps of Engineers for its response to Hurricane Katrina.

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Vets' Identity Data Stolen

CBS News RAW: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and Veterans Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson discuss the government's response to the theft of the personal data of more than 26 million vets.

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U.S.- Iraq A Work In Progress

Only On The Web: Harry Smith speaks with Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, about security in the country and the challenges awaiting the new government.

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