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Sunday, March 25, 2007

Iran Rejects New Sanctions

Iran is rejecting the latest effort by the United Nations Security Council to get Tehran to abandon its nuclear program. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk weighs in.

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Promoting Muslim Discussion

Only On The Web: Canadian author Irshad Manji told correspondent Bob Simon of "60 Minutes" the importance of a true open discussion about the Islamic religion.

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Former Jihadist Speaks Out

In Full: Former jihadist Hassan Butt renounces violence in the name of Islam. He also reveals to Bob Simon recruiting and fundraising techniques he used in his native England.

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Hard Choices For The Edwardses

In Full: Can John Edwards run for president without being distracted by his wife's illness? In a "60 Minutes" exclusive, Katie Couric spoke to the presidential candidate and wife Elizabeth.

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U.S. Mission- Mideast Peace

Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is taking a measured approach in the wake of unsuccessful missions in the past for peace in the Middle East. CBS News' Mark Phillips reports.

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Hybrids Running Out Of Gas?

Sales of hybrid cars have fallen since last year. CBS News' Jerry Bowen investigates why the gas-saving models are an increasingly tough sell.

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Pressure On Gonzales

Some top Republicans raised sharp questions about the credibility of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales over the dismissals of seven top justice department lawyers. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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Lonelygirl15 On Internet Fame

Only On The Web: Actors Jessica Rose, Yousef Abu-Taleb and Jackson Davis, better known as the characters they play on the YouTube hit lonelygirl15, chat with Daniel Sieberg.

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Montel Makes Marijuana Plea

CBS News RAW: Montel Williams, who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis, choked back tears as he urged state lawmakers in Hartford, Conn. to approve a bill legalizing marijuana for medical uses.

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In History- Reagan Shot

This Week In History: On March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot. White House Press Secretary James Brady, a Secret Service official and a Washington policeman were also hit.

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