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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Florida's housing market leads the nation in delinquencies; Iran sanctions bring the price of crude oil up to $63 a barrel; and February Vista sales top $20 million.

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Tillman Findings Debated

Retired Army col. Mitch Mitchell and the San Francisco Chronicle's Robert Collier speak with Harry Smith about the fallout in the handling the friendly-fire death of Pat Tillman.

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Tony Snow's New Cancer Battle

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow is fighting cancer again. He had his colon removed two years ago, but a recurrence has spread to his liver. Bill Plante reports.

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White House- Snow's A Fighter

CBS News RAW: White House spokesperson Dana Perino says press secretary Tony Snow "is a fighter" and will work to beat a recurrence of his cancer.

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Snow Battles Cancer Again

The president's spokesman, Tony Snow, said he is battling a cancer relapse that is affecting his liver. Snow vowed to beat cancer again and promised a prompt return to work. Tracy Strahan reports.

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Bush- 'Stay Strong' Tony

CBS News RAW: President Bush addressed the recent cancer reoccurrence his press secretary, Tony Snow, is battling. Bush asked for prayers and instructed Snow to "stay strong."

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Protest Mars Abolition Service

CBS News RAW: A lone protester interrupted a service at London's Westminster Abbey commemorating the 1807 abolition of the British Slave Trade Act.

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Britain Warns Iran On Troops

Prime Minister Tony Blair has warned Iran to release 15 British troops who were captured in Iraqi waters. As Charlie D'Agata reports, the U.S. military has simulated attacks off the coast of Iran.

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U.K. Calls For Troop Release

CBS News RAW: During a visit to Turkey, British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett called for the return of 15 sailors being held by Iran.

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Five Die In Gaza Sewage Flood

CBS News RAW: A cesspool embankment collapsed, spewing a river of waste that killed five people. Shots were fired into the air to disperse an angry crowd that mobbed government officials.

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Pressure On Gonzales Grows

Only On The Web: Newly released e-mails show Attorney General Alberto Gonzales OK'd the controversial firings of U.S. attorneys. Bill Plante reports that pressure for his ouster is mounting.

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Violence Continues In Iraq

Shiite militant bombs claimed the lives of five U.S. troops over the weekend. In Washington, Senate Democrats continued calls for the withdrawal of troops from Iraq. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Edwards In Good Spirits

Elizabeth Edwards, wife of presidential hopeful John Edwards, signed up to speak about breast cancer in Cleveland before she learned she would have to fight cancer again. Jennifer Miller reports.

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