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Monday, March 5, 2007

Walter Reed Conditions Probed

Lawmakers are seeking answers concerning recent reports that soldiers are living in poor conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Thalia Assuras reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors are hoping for calmer days ahead; Wall Street will be looking at reports from the Federal Reserve for signs of a recession; and Congress is looking at CEO pay.

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Volunteering On Disaster Zones

Only On The Web: Students tell Byron Pitts why they've joined Active Community Team Services, or ACTS, a Christian non-profit organization that brings much-needed supplies to disaster zones.

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Walter Reed Patient On Care

Only On The Web: Staff Sgt. John Daniel Shannon, a patient at Walter Reed Medical Center, discusses the bureaucracy and disrespect some of our nation's wounded veterans face.

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First Look- Walter Reed Probe

Only On The Web: Senior producer Jim McGlinchy and producer Mary Walsh of the Washington bureau discuss the investigation into conditions at the nation's military hospitals.

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Notebook- Is The KKK Back?

Only On The Web: A new report says the Ku Klux Klan is back, but some people say their gatherings are not a threat. Katie Couric suggests we shouldn't repeat ugly chapters from our past.

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Taking Care Of The Troops

CBS News military analyst Mike Lyons offers opinion on the conditions at Walter Reed Medical Center as well as the latest violence in Baghdad.

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Obstacles In 2008 Race

Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor for CBSNews.com, weighs in on the 2008 presidential race, the John Edwards/ Ann Coulter scandal and Rudy Giuliani's relationship with his children.

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Lull Shattered In Iraq

A suicide bomber struck a crowded business area in Baghdad, killing at least 24, while U.S. forces were engaged in a major security operation elsewhere in the city. Tracy Strahan reports.

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Congress Probes Walter Reed

A House panel went to Walter Reed Army Medical Center to hear testimony about the treatment of veterans as the public and lawmakers clamor for answers. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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House Probes Vets' Conditions

A House committee began hearings in the investigation of conditions at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington. Pauline Chiou reports.

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Will Bill Help Hillary?

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama attended anniversary ceremonies for the Alabama civil rights marches. The events marked the Clinton campaign's first use of the "Bill factor." Gloria Borger reports.

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New Phase In Iraq Crackdown

In Iraq, the security crackdown has entered a new phase: U.S. and Iraqi forces are moving into another part of Baghdad, a Shiite stronghold, where few American troops are seen. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Cheney's Blood Clot Explained

Dr. Jon LaPook explains whether Vice President Dick Cheney's history of heart disease makes him more prone to blood clots.

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Cheney Treated For Blood Clot

A test revealed a blood clot in Vice President Dick Cheney's left leg that will be treated with blood thinners. Cheney is 66 and has a history of heart ailments. Jim Axelrod explains this problem.

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Woes May Go Beyond Walter Reed

David Martin reports on the Walter Reed hearings and a troubling question: If conditions at the crown jewel of military hospitals have deteriorated, how are other facilities that treat soldiers doing?

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'Project BioShield' Boondoggle

Project BioShield is a government program that's spending $5.6 billion of your tax dollars on tools to fight bioweapons, which is turning out to be one big boondoggle. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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China Banks On U.S. Debt

With a near $200 billion budget deficit and a $760 billion world trade deficit, America is living beyond its means, which is keeping China's economy strong. Barry Petersen reports.

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Sizing Up Risk

Billy Tompkins is a helicopter flight instructor based in Iraq. He never would have thought that his son, a student at Enterprise High School in Alabama would die before him. Mark Strassmann reports.

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