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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

DOJ Documents Show Confusion

There is confusion at the highest levels of the Justice Department over 3,000 pages of documents that were "dumped" on Capitol Hill. They create new questions about the DOJ firings. Bob Orr reports.

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Bush Fires Back At Dems

President Bush urged Democrats to accept his offer to have Karl Rove and Harriet Miers testify in a private hearing that wouldn't be under oath or risk a constitutional showdown. Jim Axelrod reports.

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War Stories- Allen Pizzey

Only On The Web: CBS News correspondent Allen Pizzey shares some memories of the people living and stationed in Iraq, who are "just trying to survive."

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Cholera Outbreak Hits Somalia

CBS News RAW: As violence continues in war-torn Somalia, an outbreak of cholera has taken its toll in the southern part of the east African country, killing 22 in a single day.

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Toxic Laptop Protest

CBS News RAW: Greenpeace activists in India targeted computer-manufacturer HCL after toxic substances banned in many other parts of the world were found in one of its laptops.

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Bush Stands Behind Gonzales

Amid growing pressure from Congress, President Bush telephoned embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to deny rumors that he will be replaced. Gwen Belton reports.

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Bush- Reduce Oil Consumption

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a Ford plant in Claycomo, Mo., President Bush spoke about finding alternative energy sources to reduce U.S. oil consumption.

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Lessons From Abu Ghraib

Ret. Army Captain Andrew Exum weighs in on the prison abuse scandal at Abu Ghraib and remembers his tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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The President's Sweet Tooth

Roland Mesnier, author of "All the President's Pastries", has one sweet scoop; As the former Executive Pastry Chef for the White House, he knows what to serve when the President gets a craving.

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Notebook- Mental Wounds

Only On The Web: A new study found that about a third of returning veterans have been diagnosed with some form of mental illness. Katie Couric says attention must be paid before it's too late.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Sony PlayStation 3 is struggling, the Federal Reserve meets on interest rates, mixed news on home construction report and bad news for Enron shareholders.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day policy meeting on interest rates, a new home construction report will be released and Chiquita pleads guilty in a terror probe.

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War Stories- Byron Pitts

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts was embedded with American forces in the beginning of the Iraq war. He remembers one firefight where he witnessed the bravery of a young Marine.

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War Stories- Randall Pinkston

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston recalls how he learned that Saddam Hussein would be executed much sooner than originally expected.

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War Stories- Barry Petersen

Only On The Web: When Barry Petersen was embedded with U.S. soldiers in Iraq, they told him their definition of victory was to chase out the bad guys so normal people could have a normal life.

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War Stories- Elizabeth Palmer

Only On The Web: Elizabeth Palmer tells the story of an Iraqi doctor whose home was trashed by U.S. troops during a search. The man's young daughter soon developed a fear of American soldiers.

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War Stories- Harry Smith

Only On The Web: The biggest threat U.S. soldiers face in Iraq are IEDs. Harry Smith recalls how unnerving it can be to drive along an Iraqi road.

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War Stories- Thalia Assuras

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras was in Iraq when U.S. forces captured Saddam Hussein. She remembers how well-stocked the former dictator's hideout was.

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War Stories- Mark Strassmann

Only On The Web: The beginning of the Iraq war had real dangers, but also some misconception, according to CBS News' Mark Strassmann. He shares some of his stories from the war.

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Politico- A.G.'s Days Numbered

Mike Allen, chief political correspondent for Politico.com, tells Harry Smith that the Bush administration is looking to replace Alberto Gonzales. Also, a new Internet ad attacks Hillary Clinton.

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Prosecutors' E-Mail Trail

Documents released late last night shed light on the fired U.S. prosecutors scandal. Bill Plante reports that the evidence suggests Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was out of the loop.

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Working The Civil Rights Beat

During the civil rights movement, many journalists risked their lives covering injustices. Reporters Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff discuss their new book, "The Race Beat," with Russ Mitchell.

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Flavors Of Spring- Mussels

Celebrated chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten shows Hannah Storm how to make an Asian-inspired mussel dish that is one of his spring favorites.

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Presidential Power Showdown

The Bush administration and the Senate Judiciary are poised for a battle over who will testify in the fired prosecutors scandal. Bill Plante reports that it's going to be an interesting week in D.C.

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