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Thursday, March 29, 2007

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Ben Bernanke's comments renewed fears about interest rates; the mortgage meltdown may not have spread to the rest of the economy; and Ford is making a deal with Sony.

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First Look- Alberto Gonzales

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's stories, including a former aide's claim that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was involved in the firings of eight U.S. attorneys.

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Avoiding A Tax Audit

The number of IRS audits is on the rise. Financial adviser Ray Martin gives Julie Chen tips on how to avoid a tax audit.

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The Early Show Online

Thursday's stories: Staying out of trouble with the IRS; an update from Pennsylvania's Amish country, six months after the school shootings; and Hannah Storm makes some quick Asian noodle dishes.

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From Tennis Pro To Nun's Habit

Tennis champion Andrea Jaeger went pro at age 14, but after an injury ended her career, she went on to embrace a different kind of calling as a nun. She tells Hannah Storm about her journey.

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Bush On War Spending

CBS News RAW: Alongside notable Republicans, President Bush discussed a united front in the congressional battle over a bill on U.S. spending for the war.

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Circus On The Plaza

WCBS' John Bolaris talks to a few clowns who are in town celebrating "Bellobration." Also, Harry Smith is joined by the clown being celebrated, Bello Nock, to see what it takes to be in the circus.

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Asian Noodle Know-How

Cookbook author Tori Ritchie shows Hannah Storm how to make Asian-style noodles. She says they're delicious, but they don't cook quite the same way as Italian pasta.

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Capitol Bob On Iraq Showdown

Chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face The Nation" Bob Schieffer speaks with Harry Smith about the Iraq showdown between the president and Congress. Also, Capitol Bob weighs in on MC Rove.

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Congress, Bush Spar Over Iraq

Democrats and some Republicans want to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq and they have attached this to a troop spending bill, which Bush intends to veto. Bill Plante reports.

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Iran, U.K. Crisis Escalates

Diplomatic wiggle room to arrange for a return of British soldiers and marines detained by Iran is shrinking as leaders of both countries take a hard line. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Bush, Rove Take To The Stage

President Bush got off some great one-liners that kept audiences laughing, while his top political adviser, Karl Rove chose to rap at the Radio and TV Correspondents Dinner. Katie Couric reports.

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Tuskegee Airmen Honored

The Tuskegee Airmen, a legendary group of African-American pilots who served in World War II, received long-belated honors from President Bush. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Iran Keeps Female Sailor

Instead of releasing a female sailor held hostage with 14 other British sailors, Iranian captors released a letter from her calling for British troops to be withdrawn from Iraq. David Martin reports.

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War Of Words Over Iraq

The Senate is determined to pull troops out of Iraq by April 2008, while the President refuses to abide by a timetable. The question now is which side will blink. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Can Gonzales Save His Job?

Bob Schieffer talks with Katie Couric about Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' political future and how the controversy is affecting fundraising for both parties.

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Notebook- Alberto Gonzales

Only On The Web: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has been under fire for his role in the firing of eight U.S. Attorneys last year. Katie Couric talks about the controversy.

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Sampson Contradicts Gonzales

Kyle Sampson, former aide to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, said his old boss OK'd the decision to fire eight U.S. Attorneys, contradicting Gonzales' earlier claims. Susan Roberts reports.

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Gonzales Aide Defends Firings

CBS News RAW: Kyle Sampson, former chief of staff for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, said the firings of eight U.S. attorneys for not supporting President Bush's policies were legitimate.

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Bush Memoir A Pop-Up Book?

CBS News RAW: President Bush poked fun at himself and his administration during an annual dinner with the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association in Washington, D.C.

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MC Rove Drops It Like It's Hot

CBS News RAW: Karl Rove, adviser to President Bush, put on an unusual display of rhythm, rap and beat-boxing during the Radio and Television Correspondents' dinner in Washington, D.C.

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Ex-Gonzales Aide Backs Firings

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' former chief of staff told a Senate committee federal prosecutors were fired last year because they weren't supporting the president's agenda. Susan Roberts reports.

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Snow Vows To Come Back

Only On The Web: White House press secretary Tony Snow announced yesterday that his cancer has returned. However, as Bill Plante reports, he hopes to return soon to the job he loves.

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Britain Halts Trade With Iran

Britain has stopped all bilateral trade with Iran as it presses for the release of 15 troops seized during a search in disputed waters. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Senate Debates War Spending

The Senate is poised to vote on a bill that would approve $122 billion for wars in the Middle East. In the legislation is a requirement that U.S. troops be pulled from Iraq. Susan Roberts reports.

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