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Friday, March 23, 2007

Link Your Computer To Your TV

CBS News technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg shows Harry Smith new pieces of wireless hardware that connect your computer to your television, featuring the new iTV from Apple.

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Politico On Edwards Campaign

Jim VandeHei, executive editor of Politico.com, speaks with Hannah Storm about the impact of Elizabeth Edwards' cancer relapse on her husband's 2008 presidential campaign.

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Edwards Campaign Forges Ahead

On the same day his wife, Elizabeth, announced her cancer relapse, John Edwards and his presidential campaign forged ahead at a fundraiser in New York City. Gloria Borger reports.

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Politics Goes High-Tech

A recent Internet ad attacking Hillary Clinton demonstrates that campaigns these days are embracing technology. Bill Plante reports on the latest trend in presidential politics.

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The Ghost Of David Coffin

When a rich, young businessman named David Coffin was murdered, almost all the evidence was destroyed. Before it was over, the suspected killer would run for governor. Watch June 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Preview- The Network

A U.K.-born Muslim extremist who admits to recruiting for organizations with links to al Qaeda has renounced Muslim violence and revealed his fundraising and recruiting tactics. Bob Simon reports.

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Former Jihadist Speaks Out

Former jihadist Hassan Butt renounces violence in the name of Islam in an interview with Bob Simon. He also reveals recruiting and fundraising techniques he used in his native England.

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Simon's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Bob Simon discusses his "60 Minutes" interview with a reformed Jihadist who recruited soldiers in Britain organizations linked to al Qaeda.

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Weekend Roundup- Iraq

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the battle between Congress and the White House over Iraq and the firing of eight U.S. attorneys.

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Catching Up With The Sellers

Only On The Web: Jerry Bowen revisits the Sellers, an American military family who have simultaneously struggled through the Iraq war and their son's heart condition.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Senate Banking Committee grilled regulators over mortgages; Nike's earnings were strong; and cell phones use may not be allowed on planes any time soon.

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Notebook- '300'

Only On The Web: The Spartan epic "300" is generating buzz. About 2,500 years after Thermopylae, Katie Couric wonders if there ever was a time where conflict hasn't determined who we are.

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First Look- Mitchell, Hartman

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell previews stories about British soldiers detained by Iran and new information on tainted pet food. Plus, a special guest appearance by Steve Hartman.

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Bush Asks For 'Clean' Bill

CBS News RAW: President Bush called the House passage of a spending bill that requires a full withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq "an act of political theater" and promised a veto.

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House OK's War Spending Bill

CBS News RAW: The House passed a bill that allocates $100 billion for funding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but calls for all troops to be withdrawn from Iraq by the fall of 2008.

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House OK's Withdrawal Bill

The House passed a spending bill that requires withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by September 2008. The White House has promised to veto any such measure. Gwen Belton reports.

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British Troops Seized

Fifteen British troops from the HMS Cornwall were seized by a radical Iranian military force during a routine inspection in a disputed waterway between Iran and Iraq. Charlie d'Agata reports.

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Commodore On Troop Seizure

CBS News RAW: Commodore Nick Lambert, HMS Cornwall's commander, said in an interview aboard his vessel that his immediate concern is the safety of 15 sailors and marines arrested by Iran.

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'War Stories'

In the latest installment in the ongoing "War Stories" series, chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan talks about her time covering the conflict in Iraq for CBS.

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Former DOJ Attorney Speaks Out

Sharon Eubanks, a former attorney at the Department of Justice, tells Bob Schieffer in an exclusive interview that she quit because high-level political appointees interfered with one of her cases.

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Iran Seizes 15 British Troops

Iranian naval vessels seized 15 British sailors and marines after they had just completed a routine inspection. The British government has demanded their release. Allen Pizzey reports.

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House OK's Funding, Time Limit

The House passed a new bill which provides $124 billion to the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan but mandates a troop withdrawal from Iraq by the fall of 2008. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Appropriate Timing By Iran?

Iran's seizure of 15 British troops comes on the eve of a United Nations vote to impose sanctions against Iran for refusing to stop its uranium enrichment program. David Martin reports.

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Edwards' Cancer Returns

Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards and his wife will go ahead with his campaign, though Elizabeth Edwards has been diagnosed with an incurable recurrence of cancer. Gloria Borger reports.

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Iraq's Black-Market Oil

Each year in Iraq $5 billion is sucked out of the economy by oil smugglers who sell the product on the black market. Some of that cash is used to fund insurgents. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Showdown In Washington

Congress authorized subpoenas for Harriet Miers and Karl Rove, but the White House has refused to budge as the conflict over the DOJ firings heated up in the nation's capital. Jim Axelrod reports.

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