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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Border War Sees Success

It's tough for immigrants to cross illegally at Eagle Pass, Texas, thanks to a system of jailing and prosecuting offenders that also frees up resources to fight drug runners. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Conference On Iraq's Future

Iraq's government will host a regional meeting, addressing non-controversial but crucial topics such as bolstering security and rebuilding the country. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Stark Report On Homelessness

A new government study finds that there are many more homeless people than beds in shelters, and even that number may be an underestimate. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Small Investors Remain Calm

Byron Pitts finds private shareholders are not worried about the stock market dip on Tuesday, believing Wall Street will rally in the long-run.

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Stock Market Starts To Rally

Trading on Wall Street was calmer, but a market correction could take weeks. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke reassured the country that the economy is still sound. Anthony Mason reports.

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U.S. Changes Diplomatic Tack

In something of an about face, the Bush administration will meet with Iraq's neighbors, including Iran and Syria. Bill Plante reports.

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Stock Plunge Raises Questions

Anthony Mason reports that the Dow's fall has people wondering how far the U.S. economy will dive. Financial advisor Ray Martin and market analyst Art Hogan discuss what it means for investors.

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Capitol Bob On Campaign 2008

CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer speaks with Julie Chen about the rush to cover presidential campaigns so far in advance.

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Stocks Rebound On Wall Street

Stocks shot higher on Wall Street as investors went fishing for bargains following Tuesday's bloodbath that sent the Dow plunging. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Early Gains Buoy Wall Street

The New York Stock Exchange regained some ground thanks to investors eager for a bargain after frantic selloffs sent prices tumbling. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Shanghai Stocks Bounce Back

Only On The Web: Shanghai markets rebounded overnight, which could be encouraging news for U.S. stocks. Anthony Mason reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the global sell-off that led to a free-fall on Wall Street; Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's trip to Capital Hill; and home mortgage qualifications.

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Ray Martin Shares Tax Tips

Every tax season, Americans overpay the IRS by at least $1 billion, mostly because they do not take the deductions they're entitled to. Financial adviser Ray Martin shares tax tips with Julie Chen.

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Notebook- Small Town USA

Only On The Web: Nearly half of the U.S. military fatalities in Iraq have come from small towns. Katie Couric says we should remember, as casualties mount, that small town USA is "our town."

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First Look- Stock Market

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and senior producer Bill Owens preview tonight's top stories, which include the stock market oscillation and how it affects us.

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Angelina Visits Refugee Camp

CBS News RAW: Angelina Jolie visits Sudanese refugees in Eastern Chad as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations. The actress is attempting to bring more attention to the crisis in Darfur.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that the FDA may approve a problematic bird flu vaccine; one in four women in the U.S. has the virus that can cause cervical cancer; and garlic might not lower cholesterol.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that large restaurant meals may lead to overeating; a bird flu vaccine may not be effective; and men who take common pain relievers may be at increased risk of high blood pressure.

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First Look- Senate Democrats

Only On The Web: Sharyl Attkisson and Capitol Hill producer John Nolen preview tonight's stories, which include Senate Democrats re-grouping on the Iraq war issue.

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Expert On Market Plunge

Only On The Web: Art Cashin, director of floor operations for UBS, spoke to Katie Couric about the stock market plunge. He says there is no reason for stock owners to be worried yet.

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