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Monday, June 5, 2006

Putin Protesters Removed

CBS News RAW: As Russian President Vladimir Putin was preparing to speak at the World Newspaper Congress, members of the Russian National Bolsheviks party caused a ruckus and were removed.

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More Unrest Ensues In Iraq

Drew Levinson reports on the abduction of 50 Iraqi citizens from a bus station by gunmen dressed up in police uniforms. This turn of events comes one day after the death of 21 Shiite students.

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Same-Sex Marriage Debate

President Bush broke his post-election silence on the issue of same-sex marriage and is calling for the Senate to pass a Constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Susan Roberts reports.

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CEOs Grilled On Prices

Only On The Web: California Attorney General Bill Lockyer talks about his investigation into gas prices and profit margins by oil companies operating in California.

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Market Forces Or Gouging?

Only On The Web: Joe Sparano of the Western States Petroleum Association says he's confident that the California Attorney General will not find evidence of gas price gouging.

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Congressional Freebies

A new report shows many members of Congress and key aides have taken thousands of free trips since 2000, courtesy of big business and other groups looking for influence. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Iraqi Ethnic Strife Deepens?

There was a mass kidnapping in central Baghdad on Monday. Elizabeth Palmer reports that the uniformed kidnappers at least appeared to be working for the Iraqi government.

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Premeditated Murder In Iraq?

Several U.S. Marines are suspected of killing two dozen Iraqis in Haditha. But as David Martin reports, that's not the only incident involving Marines now under investigation.

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Stock Prices Plunge

A pair of familiar worries sent stock prices plunging on Wall Street, with the Dow industrials losing about 200 points. Anthony Mason reports.

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The Other Border

With authorities in Canada searching for more suspects in the alleged plot to blow up Canadian buildings, attention in the U.S. has shifted to the northern border. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's Stories: Two male whale sharks join their female mates at The Georgia Aquarium; the unsolved murder mystery of dancer Gwendel Greenblatt; and beauty tips for women from different cultures.

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Mass Abduction In Iraq

A day after 21 Shiite students were killed in an ambush, there are reports of a mass abduction of 50 Iraqis by armed men posing as Iraqi police. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Border Security Heightened

Christopher Whitcomb, a CBS news terrorism analyst, speaks to Julie Chen about U.S.-Canadian border security following an alleged terror plot by 17 Muslim men in Toronto.

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Canadian Terrorist Plot Foiled

A group of suspected terrorists is behind bars in Toronto after an undercover operation stopped the 17 Muslim men from allegedly plotting to attack Canadian targets. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Sen. Biden On Iraq Conflict

American forces in Iraq find themselves in the middle of what looks like a civil war. Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, speaks with Harry Smith.

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Sylvester Stallone turns 60

CBS News RAW: Hollywood stars, including John Travolta and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, were in a party mood in Las Vegas to help Sylvester Stallone celebrate his 60th Birthday.

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Mr. Bush, What Are You Up To?

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Peter Allen wonders what President Bush will do next and why he has abandoned some ideas from the past. Allen would like to know.

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Education Is The Key

David Gartner, Policy Director of the Global AIDS Alliance discusses how AIDS has evolved over 25 years and how education is the solution to putting a stop to it.

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Education Is The Key

David Gartner, Policy Director of the Global AIDS Alliace discusses how AIDS has evolved over 25 years and how education is the solution to putting a stop to it.

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Evening News Online

Monday: U.S. officials believe terror groups in the U.S. are planning new attacks, California's gas headache and congressional freebies.

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Homegrown Terror In U.S.?

U.S. officials believe that an attack in the United States is likely and could happen soon. As Jim Stewart reports, they expect the next attack to be the work of homegrown terrorists.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on the upcoming economic numbers such as interest rates, perks travel companies are offering during hurricane season and Virgin Mobile's offer for free airtime minutes.

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Time Reporter On Haditha

Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer asked reporter Michael Duffy how Time magazine got the scoop on the Haditha massacre and what's to come from the Pentagon investigation.

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Rice On Iraq, Iran & Haditha

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joined "Face The Nation" to discuss the terror suspects arrested in Canada, the war in Iraq, the Haditha massacre and the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran.

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