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Tuesday, June 6, 2006

James Blunt On 'Beautiful'

James Blunt is an ex-British army officer whose single "You're Beautiful" topped the charts in Britain and the U.S. and his "Back to Bedlam" album has sold 8 million copies. He talks with Rene Syler.

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President Skirting The Issues?

President Bush's agenda his been decidedly domestic of late, and critics say it's designed to draw attention away from the war in Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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Terror Suspects' Alleged Plot

The terrorist suspects arrested in Canada allegedly had connections with cells around the world ? and wanted to take over Canadian media outlets and behead the Prime Minister. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Global Anti-Terror Cooperation

Officials investigated the alleged terrorism links between suspects in Canada and U.S. cells. As Jim Stewart reports, the suspects were closely watched by both U.S. and Canadian authorities.

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All Eyes On Calif. Election

The special election in California's 50th congressional district could be a bellwether for Democrats' chances to retake the House in November. Jerry Bowen has more.

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Canada Terror Charges Detailed

Only On The Web: Cynthia Bowers reports from a courthouse in Toronto, where 17 people have been accused of an ambitious terror plot.

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Is Overseas The Answer?

Reg Weaver, the President of the National Education Association, explains why he believes that hiring for the educational system from foreign countries is not the answer.

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Cynical About Understanding

Only On The Web: Terek Fatah of the Muslim Canadian Congress tells Cynthia Bowers that people are becoming depoliticized and aren't working to understand each other.

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Looking For The Next Yao Ming

Young Chinese basketball players are lining up to score the American dream, following the example of Houston Rockets' star Yao Ming. Celia Hatton reports from Beijing.

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Nuclear Talks With Iran Begin

Meg Oliver reports on the opening round of talks with Iran led by a U.N. foreign diplomat in Tehran to persuade the nation to give up its nuclear program in return for incentives.

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Bush- System Isn't Working

CBS News RAW: While visiting Border Patrol stations in New Mexico, President Bush called on Congress to reach a deal on immigration.

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Bush Pushes Guest Worker Plan

As lawmakers continue to debate immigration reform, President Bush is taking his message on the road. As Aleen Sirgany reports, security issues continue to cause concern.

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Bush Pushes Domestic Policy

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's renewed focus on domestic issues such as same-sex marriage and border security as midterm elections start to heat up.

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Heated Debate On Gay Marriage

The Senate has begun debate on a constitutional amendment that would prohibit gay marriage. As Aleen Sirgany reports, the amendment has little chance of passing.

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Bush Seeks Gay Marriage Ban

CBS News RAW: President Bush urged Congress to pass the Marriage Protection Amendment, a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage.

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Marriage Amendment Debated

The Senate is facing one of the most controversial issues left on the Congressional agenda: an amendment banning gay marriage. President Bush has given the ban his blessing, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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