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Friday, March 9, 2007

First Look- The Shower Scene

Only On The Web: Katie Couric previews tonight's Evening News, including a piece about IEDs in Iraq and another on political scandals. Plus, a salute to the Evening News' first shower scene.

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Notebook- Daylight-Saving Time

Only On The Web: Daylight-saving time will kick in three weeks early because of a law designed to conserve energy. Katie Couric says it could wind up costing time and money.

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Eye To Eye- Bruce Crandall

Only On The Web: Retired Army helicopter pilot Bruce Crandall finally received a Medal of Honor for his actions in a battle in Vietnam over 40 years ago. He talks with Jerry Bowen.

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Weekend Roundup- Iraq

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the violent attacks on Shiite pilgrims in Iraq; Democrats' plan to withdraw troops; and President Bush's visit to Brazil.

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Preview- The Anthrax Case

Lesley Stahl reports on the FBI's anthrax investigation and how a "person of interest" turned the tables on the bureau. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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Bush Touts Biofuels Pact

CBS News RAW: President Bush hailed a biofuels pact with Brazil in a joint statement with the Brazilian president at a fuel distribution center in Sao Paulo.

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Syrian Minister On Iraq

Only On The Web: Syrian Minister of Expatriates Bouthaina Shaba'an tells Charlie D'Agata that the U.S. should stop blaming her country for the ongoing violence in Iraq.

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President Bush In Brazil

CBS News RAW: President Bush and President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva speak about increasing alternative fuel use and trade relations between the two countries.

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Protests Greet Bush In Brazil

CBS News RAW: Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Brazil to voice their displeasure with President Bush as he arrived for the start of a five-nation Latin American tour.

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Gonzales At Privacy Summit

CBS News RAW: Speaking at the International Association of Privacy Professionals Summit, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales stressed that Americans' civil liberties will be protected.

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Kimberly Dozier Honored

The RTNDF paid tribute to Kimberly Dozier of CBS News at the 17th Annual First Amendment Awards Dinner in Washington. Dozier was injured in an explosion last May while covering the war in Iraq.

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Iraq- GOP vs. Democrats

The White House and Republicans are pushing their aggressive way forward while Democrats are pulling hard in the opposite direction. Tracie Strahan reports on this volatile situation.

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Patriot Act Breach Discussed

CBS News RAW: Sens. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., John E. Sununu, R-N.H., and Larry Craig, R-Idaho, discuss a Justice Department audit that uncovered FBI violations regarding the Patriot Act.

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FBI Boss On Patriot Act Abuse

CBS News RAW: FBI Director Robert Mueller admits that he's accountable for the bureau's violations of the USA Patriot Act as detailed by a Justice Department audit.

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Newt Gingrich's Confession

Newt Gingrich admitted he had an extramarital affair while he was in office, but he's not the only one who's been trying to off-load baggage during the campaign season. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Child Health Care Program Woes

The Children's Health Insurance Program was intended to be a model for universal health care, but it's facing serious budget problems in 14 states. Mark Strassmann has more details.

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IEDs- Big Threat To Military

IEDs have turned out to be the biggest threat to the U.S. military in Iraq. The Pentagon has budgeted $2 billion for anti-IED equipment. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Audit Raps FBI On Privacy

A Justice Department audit says the FBI improperly and, in some cases, illegally used the USA Patriot Act to secretly obtain personal information about people in the U.S. Thalia Assuras has more.

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Letters From Iwo Jima Found

A former American sailor found letters from the war in Iwo Jima in a bunker and stored them in his attic. He now wants to return them to their rightful recipients. Steve Hartman reports.

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Living A Green Dream

The island of Samso in Denmark is not very far from its goal of being energy self-sufficient. The residents of this island share some of their ingenious ideas with Mark Phillips.

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Electricity Woes In Baghdad

Electricity is in short supply in Baghdad, after the U.S. has spent over $4 billion to fix the system. Allen Pizzey reports that it's likely to be years before full-time power is restored nationwide.

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