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Monday, March 26, 2007

Bush, Auto Execs On New Fuels

CBS News RAW: President Bush met with executives from three of the major U.S. auto companies at the White House to discuss flex-fuel vehicles and reducing gas consumption.

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New Stamp Is Good For Life

The cost of a mail stamp is going up another 2 cents on May 14, to 41 cents. But the Postal Service is giving you an eternal hedge against stamp inflation. Bill Whitaker has the story.

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No Negligence In Tillman Death

Army investigators probing the friendly-fire death of former NFL player and U.S. Army Ranger Pat Tillman in Afghanistan found no criminal negligence. David Martin reports.

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AG Aide's Senate Appearance

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' senior counsel will appear before the Senate but says she will plead the Fifth Amendment rather than risk incriminating herself. Jim Axelrod has more details.

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The Edwards' Tough Decision

In an exclusive interview with Katie Couric, John and Elizabeth Edwards explain why they decided to continue campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination despite the return of her cancer.

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YouTube Stars Honored

YouTube has handed out its first awards to some of the Internet's brightest stars. Jamie Byrne of YouTube's marketing department and winners sit down with Harry Smith.

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Iran May Charge U.K. Soldiers

As 15 captured British marines await possible charges from the Iranian government, British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he hopes the situation can be resolved. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Support For Gonzales Slipping

Pressure is mounting against Attorney General Alberto Gonzales in the fired prosecutors controversy as his support among some Republican senators slips. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that lawmakers might force utilities to go green by 2020; home sales in February jumped nearly four percent; and PayPal is working on a new design for mobile devices.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that a new daycare study says there's no substitute for good parenting; global warming may cause problems for asthma sufferers; and the probe into tainted spinach is inconclusive.

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Religious Questions

Rev. Oliver Thomas, author of "10 Things Your Minister Wants To Tell You", breaks down some of religion's most controversial issues, such gay marriage, women as ministers and the afterlife.

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Fired Prosecutor Shares Story

Former U.S. Attorney Bud Cummins says that the firings of eight U.S. Attorneys was politically motivated and not base on performance issues as Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has said.

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Schieffer On Robert Gates

Bob Schieffer commends the bold moves by U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates to correct treatment of wounded troops and his support to close Guantanamo Bay's detention facility.

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Gonzales On Hot Seat

New York Times' David Brooks and Politico.com's Jim VandeHei give perspective on the fired U.S. Atotrneys and the announcement of Elizabeth Edwards' health.

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