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Thursday, June 1, 2006

Dozier Learns About CBS Crew

Kimberly Dozier's parents say she was devastated to learn that CBS Colleagues James Brolan and Paul Douglas had died in Iraq. Charlie D?Agata reports.

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Family Remembers Paul Douglas

CBS News RAW: CBS cameraman Paul Douglas' wife and daughter spoke during a private ceremony at London's Heathrow Airport after the bodies of Douglas and soundman James Brolan arrived from Iraq.

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Troops To Be Re-Trained

Amid allegations of unprovoked killings of Iraqi civilians by U.S. Marines, the Pentagon ordered all troops and coalition forces to undergo new training. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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OPEC To Decide On Production

Only On The Web: Trish Regan reports from Venezuela on the OPEC meeting to discuss oil production. Venezuela President Hugo Chavez wants cut backs, but he will most likely face resistance.

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Battlefield Conduct Training

The U.S. military is facing a growing public relations nightmare as investigations into the Haditha killings in Iraq continue. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the steps the military is taking.

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Reactions From The Home Front

The Marines involved in the Haditha case are based at Camp Pendleton in California. Sandra Hughes went there looking for reaction.

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Deal Tightens Pressure On Iran

Six major powers, including Russia and China, have agreed to a package of incentives and penalties to persuade Iran to halt its nuclear program. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Fueling The Air Force

The U.S. military's soaring fuel bill offers some perspective for American motorists. David Martin has a look at where those tax dollars are going.

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Venezuela To Call For Oil Cuts

There are concerns about rising gas prices as OPEC leaders are set to meet in Venezuela today. On their agenda is talk of slashing oil supplies. Trish Regan reports.

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Rice In Vienna For Iran Talks

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in Vienna for talks about Iran's nuclear program. This, after the Bush administration offered to join talks with Iran for the first time. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Marine Murder Investigation

There has been fallout from the alleged murders of Iraqi civilians by U.S. Marines. The U.S. commander in Iraq has ordered officers to conduct training on ethics and values, reports Elizabeth Palmer.

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Analyst On U.S.-Iran Talks

Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, speaks to Rene Syler about the White House offer to negotiate with Iran about its nuclear program.

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Police On Fatal Overdose Alert

A wave of fatal overdoses has police on alert in several states. Dozens of people have died from heroin or cocaine laced with fentanyl, a synthetic prescription opiate. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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New Orleans Has A Ways To Go

Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans, examines how far the city has come since Hurricane Katrina and how much more work still needs to be done.

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Iran Needs To Sit For Talks

Charles Ferguson from the Council on Foreign Relations discusses the US announcement to sit down to talk with Iran as long as they stop their uranium enrichment.

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Homeland Security Priorities

Only On The Web: Bob Orr talked to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff about an outcry in New York and Washington over the distribution of federal grants.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Battlefield conduct training, the Chavez connection and Kimberly Dozier recovering.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that inflation will continue to be the focus on Wall Street, investors will also be watching oil prices, and Apple is launching a computer recycling program.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that investors are looking to Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve for guidance, apartment rents will rise, and hotels hope to lure customers with fragrance.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: U.S. offers to talk with Iran, Chavez in the spotlight and the hurricane man.

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Helping Soldiers Cope

CBS News military analyst retired Army col. Mitch Mitchell discusses the stress on soldiers in war and what should be done to prevent and cope with the problem.

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