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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Bush Names Treasury Chief

Only On The Web: White House correspondent Jim Axelrod reports on President Bush's selection of Goldman Sachs' Henry Paulson as the new treasury secretary to replace John Snow, who resigned.

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Dozier's Flight To Landstuhl

CBS News producer Kate Rydell was on the plane that carried an injured Kimberly Dozier to the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. Kate tells Sheila MacVicar about the flight.

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More Bombings In Iraq

A U.S. soldier was killed in Iraq as attacks left 54 people dead and more than 120 wounded. David Martin reports.

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Injured Reporter Is In Germany

Kimberly Dozier was flown from Iraq to a military hospital in Germany, where she is receiving more treatment for injuries she sustained to her head and legs. Sheila MacVicar was there to meet her.

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Baghdad's Elite Trauma Team

Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad on the team that springs into action every time an American is seriously wounded in Iraq ? and helped save CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier's life.

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Marines Aid Earthquake Victims

Substantial help is arriving for the more than 200,000 homeless survivors of the Indonesian earthquake, including U.S. Marines who flew into the hardest-hit town. Barry Petersen reports.

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FBI's Hoffa Obsession?

The FBI announced that former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa's body is not buried under a horse farm in Michigan. As Sharyn Alfonsi reports, the search cost taxpayers more than $250,000.

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WW II Hero Gets Belated Honor

Only On The Web: Holocaust refugee Elly Sherman speaks about a new stamp issued in honor of diplomat Hiram Bingham IV, who saved thousands of Jews during World War II.

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Spokesman- Dozier Responsive

CBS News RAW: In Germany, military spokesman Col. Brian Gamble says injured CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier is responsive, moving her toes and doing "as well as can be expected."

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Veterans Going The Distance

Many brave soldiers have lost hands, arms and legs during the war, and the battle these veterans face is far from over. Joie Chen reports on a group determined to "go the distance" to a full recovery.

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Dozier's Stay At Baghdad ER

Before Kimberly Dozier was transported to Landstuhl, Germany, Elizabeth Palmer visited the military hospital that the CBS News correspondent was treated at after her convoy was hit by an IED bomb.

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Iraq Violence Strikes CBS News

National Security correspondent David Martin reports on the events that led to the IED bombing that killed two CBS News journalists and left Kimberly Dozier seriously wounded.

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Reporting From The Trenches

With the death of two CBS News crewmen and reporter Kimberly Dozier's injuries, some are trying to understand the dangers that exist with covering the Iraq war. Harry Smith talks with Hannah Storm.

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Dozier Transported Out Of Iraq

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier was airlifted out of Iraq to a military hospital in Landstuhl, Germany for treatment. Dozier is in critical but stable condition, reports Sheila MacVicar.

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Aid Arrives In Indonesia

Indonesia's government says more than 5,400 people were killed in the May 28 earthquake. And aid is finally arriving for those desperate for food and clean water. Barry Petersen reports.

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Medical Minute

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Kaledin has the latest medical news including a bird flu alert in Indonesia, sobering news on the HIV infection rate and a smoke-free Olympics in China.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the dangers of over the counter herbal remedies for older women, the demand for Tamiflu following the latest bird flu threat and a new study about 9/11 and its mental impact.

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Protecting Our Journalists

Joel Campagna, from the Committee to Protect Journalists, discusess the risks of being a journalist covering a war and precautions that need to be taken to stay as safe as possible.

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IEDs Making War Harder

CBS News Military Analyst Ret. Army Col. Mitch Mitchell examines how IED attacks are becoming all too frequent and why the Army is having such a hard time spotting them.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: More bombings in Iraq and the injured CBS News reporter arrives in Germany.

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ER Doctor In Baghdad

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer spoke to Captain David Steinbruner, an emergency room doctor in Baghdad who treated CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on how gas prices and interest rates are affecting consumer confidence, the Federal Reserve Bank's latest meeting and why charities are upgrading their technology.

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2 CBS Crewmen Killed In Iraq

Correspondent Kimberly Dozier and her crew were caught in an IED attack in Baghdad. Cameraman Paul Douglas and soundman James Brolan died, and Dozier was severely wounded. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Aftermath Of Deadly IED Attack

CBS News RAW: A CBS News crew embedded with the U.S. Army came under attack in Baghdad. Cameraman Paul Douglas and soundman James Brolan were killed. Correspondent Kimberly Dozier was injured.

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Journalists In Line Of Fire

Only On The Web: CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan spoke to Bob Schieffer about what motivates journalists to report from inside a dangerous war zone like Iraq.

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