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Saturday, May 27, 2006

Marines To Face Murder Charges

Top Pentagon officials are confirming a group of U.S. Marines is likely to face murder charges for an alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians. David Martin reports. CAUTION: Graphic pictures.

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WWII Vets Recall 'Liberators'

On Memorial Day, nobody appreciates the sacrifice of U.S. service members more than the dwindling band of World War II veterans who flew the big planes known as "Liberators." Mika Brzezinski reports.

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Pope Benedict Thrills Poles

In Poland, Pope Benedict XVI visited the hometown of his predecessor, John Paul II. The pontiff thrilled Poles by taking steps to elevating their favorite son to sainthood. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Heated Debate Over FBI Search

The Bush administration's debate over the FBI search of Congressman William Jefferson's office triggered a showdown not seen since Watergate. As Wyatt Andrews reports, the dispute is not over yet.

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Marines Probe Iraqi Deaths

The head of the U.S. Marines is in Iraq ? a sign of the significance of the investigation of an alleged massacre in the Iraqi town of Haditha. Kimberly Dozier reports. CAUTION: Graphic pictures.

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The Lucky 'Witchcraft' In WWII

CBS News RAW: Two Air Force veterans talk about a bomber known as "Witchcraft" that completed a record 130 missions during World War II.

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Bush Backs Pre-Emptive Attacks

President Bush re-affirmed his pre-emptive doctrine to fight the war on terror at least three times in an address to West Point graduates. Mika Brzezinski reports.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the Senate's passage of an immigration bill, Marines suspected of murder in Iraq, and a bird flu scare in Indonesia.

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Tough Talk From President Bush

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports from a press conference where President Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair admitted they made mistakes in Iraq, but defended the decision to go to war.

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Marines To Face Murder Charges

Some U.S. Marines are likely to face murder charges in connection with what appears to be a massacre of civilians last fall in Iraq. David Martin has more.

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