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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Bush Backs Attorney General

As calls continue for the attorney general's resignation, President Bush in turn accused Democrats of political grandstanding and again declared his support for Alberto Gonzales. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Federal Reserve will make a decision about interest rates today; retailer Claire's was sold; and Alan Greenspan is being auctioned off for charity.

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An Army Of Trash

CBS News RAW: German sculptor Ha Schult is displaying his exhibition, "Trash People," in a Roman piazza. The army of 1,000 statues is made entirely out of everyday trash.

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First Look- Political Showdown

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's top stories, including the House vote that authorized subpoenas for White House aides, and a record seizure of cocaine off the coast of Panama.

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Notebook- Gore And Congress

Only On The Web: Former Vice President Al Gore urged Congress to act on climate change. Katie Couric hopes both parties can work together to avert a potential crisis.

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Record-Setting Drug Bust

The Coast Guard and the DEA made the largest maritime drug bust in history, seizing nearly 21 tons of drugs on a ship off the coast of Panama. Drew Levinson reports.

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White House Offers Inquest

CBS News RAW: White House press secretary Tony Snow outlined plans for an inquest into the firing of eight U.S. attorneys after a House panel approved subpoenas for several presidential aides.

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Gore- 'The Planet Has A Fever'

CBS News RAW: Former Vice President and environmental activist Al Gore testifies before a House committee concerning climate change and the environment.

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Boxer Admonishes Inhofe

CBS News RAW: During a heated exchange, Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., interceded on behalf of former VP Al Gore, telling Sen. James Inhofe that "you don't do this anymore."

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Subpoenas For Bush Aides OK'd

House Democrats voted to authorize subponeas for top White House aides. But as Gwen Belton reports, President Bush is refusing to bend on the issue, which could end up before the Supreme Court.

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Prosecutor Purge Fallout

Only On The Web: President Bush is accusing Democrats of political grandstanding in the federal prosecutors scandal. As Bill Plante reports, the president would like to change the subject.

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Big Cocaine Bust Off Panama

CBS News RAW: The U.S. Coast Guard boarded a ship off the coast of Panama and seized more than 21 tons of cocaine, one of the largest maritime drug busts on record.

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Afghans Celebrate New Year

CBS News RAW: Despite a surge in Taliban-backed insurgent violence, thousands poured into Kabul's Sakhi shrine to celebrate "Nowruz," the Afghan New Year.

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The Ongoing War On Drugs

The seizure of over 21 tons of cocaine off the coast of Panama has focused attention back to the war on drugs. Byron Pitts has more on the government's efforts to curtail the drug trade.

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Record Maritime Drug Bust

The Coast Guard and the DEA stopped a boat carrying nearly 21 tons of cocaine worth at least $300 million. It was the largest drug bust in maritime history. Bob Orr reports.

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Proper Care For Veterans?

Two senators have written to Defense secretary Robert Gates asking for an investigation after a report cited poor care and conditions at the Armed Forces Retirement Home. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Gonzales Takes To The Road

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is getting ready to travel around the country to meet with U.S. Attorneys in an attempt to explain the firings of eight of their colleagues. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Gore Speaks On Earth's "Fever"

In a triumphant return to Capitol Hill, former Vice President Al Gore spoke to members of Congress about the dangers of global warming. Gloria Borger reports.

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'War Stories'

Journalists from major news agencies have been risking their own lives to cover the war in Iraq for more than four years. CBS correspondents share their own tales from the frontlines.

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Funding For Alzheimer's

Relatives of some of those afflicted with Alzheimer's went to Capitol Hill today, where they tried to get Congress to recognize how much caring for their loved ones costs. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Controversial Political Ad

Sen. Barack Obama denies involvement with a mystery video that contains an unflattering portrayal of his presidential rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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