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Thursday, May 25, 2006

HealthWatch

A study finds underprivileged teens are more likely to be obese, scientists study whether cancer treatment can be personalized genetically and the World Health Organization chimes in on bird flu.

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McCain On Immigration Bill

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., discusses the immigration bill with Hannah Storm. The bill is expected to pass in the Senate later today, and then it makes its way before the House.

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Wish Come True

Chaz Clark was the first recipient of the United Negro College Fund's Liberty Scholarship that was created for the children of 9/11. He sat down with Rene Syler after graduating with honors.

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Good Morning, Baghdad!

For U.S. soldiers in Iraq, any reminder of home is a welcome diversion. Harry Smith reports on one young woman who is becoming a popular DJ.

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Pope In Predecessor's Homeland

Pope Benedict XVI traveled to Poland for a four-day mission inspired by his predecessor, John Paul II. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Pope Benedict Visits Poland

Pope Benedict XVI began his visit to Poland, the homeland of his predecessor. He hopes to re-energize the church there and heal wounds that go back to World War II. Allen Pizzey has more.

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Jefferson's Documents Sealed

President Bush ordered all the documents seized form a raid on Democratic Rep. William Jefferson's Office to be sealed for 45 days. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Marine Misconduct?

Investigations are still under way on two allegedly murderous rampages led by U.S. forces in Iraq. David Martin has more.

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Online Identity Theft

Since May 1, the amount of Social Security numbers for sale on the Web has jumped 158 percent. Trish Regan interviews Mike Brown of Cardcops, a company that protects against identity theft.

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Vets Agency Head 'Mad As Hell'

Veterans Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson had trouble explaining why his own Deputy Secretary took two weeks to tell him that millions of veterans' personal data had been stolen. Bob Orr reports.

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Ex-Enron Employees See Justice

After Enron collapsed, the biggest victims of the company's downfall were the 20,000 employees, who lost their jobs and $2 billion of their pension money vanish. Anthony Mason reports.

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'It Works As A Last Resort'

Only On The Web: Craig Regelbrugge of the Nursery Landscape Association sat down with Mika Brzezinski to discuss the complex guest-worker program that currently exists.

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Bush, Blair On 'Mistakes'

CBS News RAW: President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair were asked that if they are aware of mistakes that were made regarding Iraq, just what were they?

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Immigration Bill Showdown

The Senate is expected to pass legislation on an immigration reform bill, but senators need to hammer out their differences with a House version of the bill. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Pushing Immigration Deal

CBS News RAW: White House Press Secretary Tony Snow says President Bush still wants comprehensive immigration reform to take place.

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Veterans' Records Hearings

The secretary for Veterans Affairs testified before a House committee to explain why it took so long to let 25 million veterans know that their personal data was stolen. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Immigration Vote In Senate

The Senate is expected to pass landmark legislation that includes amendments supported by President Bush. But, as Sharyl Attkison reports, the House is not on board with the plan.

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Family Lives With Snakes

CBS News RAW: Iraj Malayeri raises about 100 snakes in his house in Mayer city, in Iran's Hamedan province. He lives with his parents, wife, and two children.

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Pope Benedict XVI In Poland

Poland gave German-born Pope Benedict XVI a warm reception as he began a visit to honor his predecessor, and help banish lingering ghosts of the Nazi occupation. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Immigration Bill's Last Stages

The Senate cleared some final hurdles, setting the stage for a vote on an immigration reform bill that includes some additions. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Will Iran Compromise On Nukes?

Charlie D'Agata reports on the ongoing situation involving Iran's nuclear program, as the international community hopes to find a common ground for a proposal.

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Iraqis Discuss War With Harry

Only On The Web: Some Iraqi men told "The Early Show's" Harry Smith in an extended interview their view of how the war has reshaped their lives.

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