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Friday, June 2, 2006

Nagin's Second Inauguration

Ray Nagin was sworn into his second term as the mayor of New Orleans Thursday and encouraged everyone not to rely on the government, but themselves. WWL-TV's Lee Zurik reports.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the tragic attack in Iraq that killed two CBS News crewmembers and a change of course in U.S. policy toward Iran.

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'The Early Show' Online

Friday's stories: Car companies offer buyers incentives from 0 percent financing to free gas, how to avoid injuries when exercising, and Harry Smith reflects on the deaths in Iraq.

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Dixie Chicks Vs. Bush

Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines talks to Rene Syler about the group's latest album, "Taking The Long Way," and says that President Bush supporters probably never liked the band.

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When War Hits Home

Harry Smith reflects on the war in Iraq and its human toll, saying that most of the death there is anonymous, nameless and faceless ? and perhaps nobody pays attention to it until it hits home.

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Fallen Soldier's Family Mourns

James Funkhouser, a 35-year-old Army captain from Texas, was killed in the same attack that wounded CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier and killed two members of her CBS crew. Lee Cowan reports.

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Dozier Recovering

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier was able to communicate with relatives and doctors for the first time since she was seriously wounded in a roadside bomb attack in Iraq. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Stopping Iran's Nuclear Aims

The U.S. is getting support in an effort to halt Iran's nuclear program. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has been meeting with world leaders in Vienna. Thalia Assuras speaks with Secretary Rice.

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Servicemen May Be Indicted

Today, murder charges could be filed against eight U.S. servicemen accused of killing an Iraqi civilian. Elizabeth Palmer reports investigators hope to exhume and examine the alleged victim's body.

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Pentagon Closes One Inquiry

The Pentagon closed the books on one of three investigations into allegations that American troops in Iraq deliberately killed civilians. David Martin reports.

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Iran's Answer

The U.S. and five other countries offered a deal to encourage Iran to stop enriching uranium. The Iranians gave an answer, but as Jim Axelrod reports, it might not be their final response.

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Is The Economy Cooling?

While the unemployment rate has fallen to a five-year low, the economy is not cranking out new jobs as it had been in the past. Anthony Mason reports.

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Fallen Hero's Family

The car bomb that killed two CBS News crewmen and wounded a correspondent also killed a U.S. Army captain from Texas. Lee Cowan paid a visit to his family.

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Big Brother Online?

The Justice Department is asking Internet companies to keep records of Americans' Web surfing. It says it needs the information to fight crime, including child porn. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Privacy On The Web

Only On The Web: Sharyn Alfonsi talks to Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center about the Justice Department's request for Internet companies to keep Web users' records.

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Murder Claims Vs. U.S. Troops

Following the Haditha case, murder allegations link U.S. troops to the deaths of 11 civilians north of Baghdad, and troops may be charged with murder in a third incident. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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1979- John Paul II In Poland

This Week In History: Pope John Paul II was welcomed by thousands on a trip to his homeland on June 2, 1979.

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General On Haditha Controversy

CBS News RAW: U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Donald Campbell comments on the death of Iraqi civilians, allegedly at the hands of U.S. Marines, and how the case is being handled.

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Rice- Iran Needs A Little Time

Only On The Web: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks to Thalia Assuras about the effort to halt Iran's nuclear program, and says Iran needs some time to look at an international proposal.

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Blix On Iran Nukes

Only On The Web: Former chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix discusses Iran's timeline for nuclear weapons. CBS News' Frank Ucciardo reports.

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Wife On Funkhouser's Death

CBS News RAW: Jennifer Funkhouser, whose husband, James, died in the attack that hit a CBS crew in Iraq, talks about her husband's love of life and how the military became part of her family.

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New Evidence In Marines' Case

Military investigators say they have evidence to support allegations that U.S. Marines killed 24 Iraqi civilians. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush- Immigrants Vital To U.S.

CBS News RAW: President Bush is urging Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration bill. In a speech, he said the United States needs an immigration system that is orderly and fair.

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Bush- It's Up To Iran Now

CBS News RAW: President Bush briefed the media on some issues discussed in a cabinet meeting, including the Iranian nuclear situation, America's economic growth and the Haditha investigation.

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