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Thursday, March 22, 2007

AG Can't Avoid Controversy

As the controversy surrounding the DOJ firings grows, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales tries to change the subject in St. Louis, and finds that he cannot escape the controversy. Bob Orr reports.

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Gonzales Hits The Road

Attorney General Gonzales began a cross-country tour on which he will attempt to explain the DOJ firings, and a Senate panel asked for testimony from White House aides. Gwen Belton reports.

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U.K. Arrests Terror Suspects

Only On The Web: British counter-terrorism police have arrested three men in connection with the July 7, 2005, suicide bombings of the London transit system. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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Israeli Cop Beats Palestinian

CBS News RAW: A Palestinian recorded an Israeli cop beating a Palestinian boy at the West Bank village of Hawara, according to a Web site owned by Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot. NO AUDIO

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U.N. Chief Rocked By Blast

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon witnessed the dangers of Iraq as an insurgent blast rocked the convention center hosting his meetings with Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Explosion Shakes U.N. Chief

CBS News RAW: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon got a shock when a loud explosion shook his press conference with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in Baghdad's green zone.

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Elizabeth Edwards On Cancer

CBS News RAW: Elizabeth Edwards, wife of presidential hopeful John Edwards, said at a news conference she's ready to fight cancer a second time and that she's proud of her husband's campaign.

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Edwards- 'Campaign Goes On'

CBS News RAW: Former Sen. John Edwards said at a news conference that his wife's cancer has returned, but that he will continue his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Senators OK Aide Subpoenas

CBS News RAW: A U.S. Senate panel has authorized subpoenas for White House political adviser Karl Rove and other top aides involved in the firing of eight federal prosecutors.

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Gonzales- I Will Not Resign

CBS News RAW: U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told reporters he will not resign from his post at the Justice Department, adding that no U.S. attorneys were fired improperly.

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Clashing Over Aide Subpoenas

Only On The Web: Congress and the Bush administration are at odds over whether White House aides will testify under oath about the firings of 8 U.S. attorneys. Bill Plante reports.

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Big Pharma Courts Doctors

A recent report from the Journal of the American Medical Association claimed that pharmaceutical companies often give doctors expensive gifts and cash. Armen Keteyian has more.

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First Look- Subprime Mortgages

Only On The Web: Senior producer Bill Owens and correspondent Anthony Mason preview tonight's newscast, which will look at the subprime mortgage meltdown, Edwards' campaign and cancer.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged; New Century will not testify at a Senate hearing; and subprime mortgages may be effecting home sales and refinancing.

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Strategists On D.C. Scandal

Democratic strategist James Carville and Republican strategist Bay Buchanan discuss speculation that John Edwards will drop out of the presidential race, and the fallout from the prosecutors scandal.

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Congress Vs. The White House

The Senate is expected to follow the House and vote for the authorization of subpoenas for former White House aides to testify under oath in the firings of eight U.S. attorneys. Bill Plate reports.

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Smith, Snow Spar On Subpoenas

Harry Smith and White House Spokesman Tony Snow had a testy exchange regarding the fired federal prosecutors scandal.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's stories: Julie Chen meets the rescuers of the lost boy scout; the hottest spring fashions at the lowest prices; and a former White House chef creates a springtime feast.

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White House Recipes

Former White House executive chef Walter Scheib shares recipes from his part memoir-part cook book, "White House Chef," with Harry Smith.

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'Capitol Bob' On Gonzales

Bob Schieffer speaks with Hannah Storm about fallout following the U.S. prosecutor purge and the president's plan for damage control. Also, Schieffer weighs in on Al Gore's possible presidential bid.

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