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Monday, May 29, 2006

Living With Danger In Iraq

Only On The Web: Following the deaths of two CBS News crewmen in Iraq, chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan talks about the inherent risks involved in reporting from a war zone.

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CBS Crew Caught In IED Attack

While working in Baghdad, two CBS News crew members were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier was severely wounded in an IED explosion. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: The Iraq war hits home at CBS News, aid flows into earthquake victims in Indonesia and remembering U.S. soldiers of the Great War.

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Unplug And Save

With energy costs on the rise, Ray Hennessey, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some tips to keep the bills in check and save up to thiry percent a year.

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The Reality Of War

Bob Schieffer shares his thoughts on a tragic day for CBS News, after two journalists were killed in Iraq and a third critically wounded.

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U.S. Soldiers Of The Great War

Many U.S. servicemen and women lie in cemeteries across Europe, including hundreds who died in World War I and were buried in Belgium's Flanders Field. Richard Roth reports.

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California Honors Troops

The nation's war dead were honored across California. As Sandra Hughes reports, the state has experienced especially deep losses in Iraq.

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Iraq War Hits Home At CBS News

There has been another wave of bombings in Iraq, one of which left two CBS News crewmen dead and correspondent Kimberly Dozier critically wounded. David Martin has the latest.

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Gen. Pace On Marines Probe

Gen. Peter Pace, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks to Russ Mitchell about an investigation that strongly indicates Marines allegedly murdered Iraqis in Haditha.

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Accident Sparks Riots In Kabul

An ugly scene unfolded in Kabul after a convoy collided with Afghanistan motorists. The accident sparked a riot causing U.S. troops to use gunfire to disperse the crowd. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Pope Visits Auschwitz Camp

CBS News RAW: German-born Pope Benedict XVI, walking solemnly with his hands clasped, visited the Auschwitz concentration camp that killed as many as 1.5 million people during World War II.

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Two Old Pals Meet Up Again

Randall Pinkston reports on the story of two U.S. airmen whose paths first crossed during World War II, only to meet up again by accident more than 60 years later.

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Cyber-Extortion Crimes

Spamming and "phishing" are two Internet-related schemes that many web surfers are aware of, but as Mark Phillips reports, a new cyber-crime is on the rise: it's called cyber-extortion.

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