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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Revitalizing New Orleans

The city of New Orleans announced a plan to radically change and revitalize downtown which will provide thousands of jobs and billions of dollars. WWL-TV's Jonathan Betz reports.

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More Troops In Troubled Ramadi

The top American commander in Iraq has decided to send more troops to troubled Ramadi, Dave Martin reports. Also, military analyst Mitch Mitchell explains the situation with Harry Smith.

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Marine's Distress Over Haditha

Hattie Kauffman speaks to Susie Briones about the massacre in Haditha, Iraq, that left at least two dozen Iraqi civilians dead and has severely traumatized her son.

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Al Gore On Global Warning

Since losing the 2000 presidential election, former Vice President Al Gore has been warning the world about the threat of global warming. He talks with Harry Smith about his film and political future.

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More Carnage In Iraq

Elizabeth Palmer reports on the latest round of deadly insurgent attacks around Iraq and also gets a report on what may have happened to Kimberly Dozier and her crew during the IED attack.

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Family By Dozier's Side

Kimberly Dozier's family arrived in Germany to be by her side. Doctors say the CBS News correspondent still faces a long road ahead of her, reports Sheila MacVicar.

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U.S. Offers To Talk With Iran

President Bush says the U.S. is willing to join European nuclear talks with Iran? under one condition. Jim Axelrod reports that if Iran rejects that condition, the U.S. is also preparing sanctions.

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Chavez In The Spotlight

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is front and center as he hosts the OPEC meeting in Caracas. Trish Regan reports that he wants to get oil prices even higher than they are now.

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Military Misconduct Probe

President Bush said he's "troubled" by reports that Marines killed Iraqi civilians last November. David Martin reports the killings could damage U.S. operations in Iraq.

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Dozier Critical But Stable

Kimberly Dozier is in critical but stable condition at a Germany military hospital, with her family and boyfriend at her side, after being severely injured by a bomb in Iraq. Sheila MacVicar has more.

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Why Is Oil So Expensive?

At the annual OPEC meeting, Venezuela's oil minister Rafael Ramirez explained to CBS News correspondent Trish Regan why his country wants the price of oil to stay high.

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Pushing Gas Prices

Only On The Web: Trish Regan reports from Caracas on Hugo Chavez and his possible desire to convince OPEC to not only keep gas prices high, but to actually increase them.

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Ready To Talk?

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod spoke to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the United States' conditional offer to come to the negotiating table with Iran over its nuclear program.

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Marine Mom On Haditha

Only On The Web: Susie Briones speaks about some of what her Marine son witnessed during the alleged murder of more than two dozen Iraqi civilians at Haditha.

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State Of Emergency In Iraq

A state of emergency has been declared by Iraqi's new prime minister in Basra, following another day of escalating violence that is hitting the war-torn country. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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U.S. Offers Iran Direct Talks

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that if Iran "fully and verifiably" suspends its enrichment and reprocessing, the United States will come back to the negotiating table.

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White House Briefing On Iran

CBS News RAW: White House press secretary Tony Snow discussed the United States' decision to join multinational talks with Iran about its nuclear program.

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Bush- Iran Won't Have A Weapon

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on Iran's nuclear program, saying he believes their disagreement can be solved diplomatically.

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Bush On Marine Allegations

CBS News RAW: President Bush said he is troubled by the allegations that U.S. Marines killed Iraqi civilians. He promised that anyone who ommitted a crime will be punished.

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Dozier Responds To Relatives

With her family by her side, CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier is said to be responding not only to her relatives, but to her treatment as well. Charlie D'Agata reports from Landstuhl, Germany.

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Marine's Families Speaks Out

Teri Okita speaks with family members of one of the Marines accused of killing as many as two dozen Iraqi civilians.

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Positive Signs From Dozier

Doctors at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany report that CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier is showing positive signs in her recovery. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Snow Resigns As Treasurer

The staff shakeup continues at the White House with President Bush nominating a new secretary of the treasury after John Snow resigned. Susan Roberts reports on the man chosen to replace him.

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