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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Saving Energy And Money

Only On The Web: The Alliance to Save Energy's Brian Castelli tells Daniel Sieberg why fluorescent light bulbs are better for the environment and more cost-effective than traditional bulbs.

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Senate To Debate War Bill

Senate Republicans have agreed to debate a Democrat-sponsored bill that would bring U.S. troops home by next year, even though it will far short of the 60 votes needed to pass. Susan Roberts reports.

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New Orleans Pumps Found Faulty

CBS News RAW: Following reports that the Army Corps of Engineers installed defective flood-control pumps in New Orleans, officials say the pumps will be ready for the 2007 hurricane season.

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Bush- Mistakes Were Made

CBS News RAW: During a question and answer session at a news conference in Mexico, President Bush said he thought the firings of federal prosecutors were mishandled.

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Kennedy, McCain Debate Iraq

CBS News RAW: Sens. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and John McCain, R-Ariz., disagreed about whether to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq, as the Senate moved toward debate on a new Iraq policy.

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Bush On Trade, Migration

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a joint news conference with Mexican President Felipe Calderone, President Bush discussed increasing trade with Mexico and passing a new immigration law.

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Suicide Car Bomb Kills Two

CBS News RAW: A suicide car bomber slammed into an Iraqi army checkpoint in Baghdad's predominately Sunni neighborhood of Yarmouk. The blast killed two civilians and wounded four more.

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U.S. Troops Find Explosives

CBS News RAW: Tipped off by local informants, U.S. forces in Iraq's troubled Anbar province raided a mosque containing explosive devices that were later detonated in a controlled explosion.

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U.S. Troops Raid Insurgents

CBS News RAW: During a nighttime raid in Iraq's troubled Anbar province, U.S. Marines cleared houses surrounding a mosque where explosives were being stored.

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Battling Post-Traumatic Stress

The military healthcare system is overwhelmed. But as Harry Smith reports, when soldiers do get help, lives can be turned around. Meet Andrew Borene, who's fighting post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Plan For Prosecutor Purging

As questions arise about the firings of eight U.S. attorneys, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says he won't step down, despite Democrats calling for his resignation. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Attorney Gen. On Controversy

Harry Smith grills Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the recent dismissals of eight U.S. attorneys and how the White House played a role in this issue.

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Stock Market Bounces Back

The stock market rebounded after early fluctuations rocked the major averages following Tuesday's selloff. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Wall Street Woes Pile Up

The stock market is struggling to recover from Tuesday's selling. Alexis Christoforous reports investors are concerned about mortgage lending problems and sluggish retail sales growth.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Wall Street plunged on rising concern in the subprime mortgage market, home foreclosures reached a record high and woes grow for subprime lender New Century.

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Wall Street's Domino Effect

World markets plummeted after another Wall Street stumble. As Susan McGinnis reports, mounting troubles in the mortgage industry are raising worries about the U.S. economy.

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Mortgage Market Analysis

The stock market plunged as concerns with subprime mortgages spread and home foreclosures set a record. Greg McBride of BankRate.com joins Hannah Storm to discuss the market.

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First Look- Colorectal Cancer

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Chris Dinan preview tonight's newscast, which will include and a new series "Conquering Colon Cancer," a topic very close to the Couric family.

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Eye To Eye- John McKay

Only On The Web: Former U.S. Attorney John McKay tells Sandra Hughes the attorney general has opened the Justice Department to criticism that politics has seeped into the work it does.

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Debates And Controversy

Mike Allen, Chief Political Correspondent for Politico.com, discusses the Senate's decision to debate on Iraq, as well as the Alberto Gonzales controversy.

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Online Politics

Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor for CBSNews.com, discusses blogging and the internet, and how they may affect the 2008 presidential race.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports about a third of returning soldiers are diagnosed with at least one mental health problem; a hormone is linked to teen mood swings; and Viagra may help pulmonary fibrosis patients.

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History Repeating

Many have heard World War Two stories from an American point of view, but few focus on the Japanese. CBS News' Barry Petersen discusses Japan's pride in the war and how history can repeat itself.

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