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Friday, March 30, 2007

Blair Unsure Of Iran's Goal

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that people are becoming more disgusted with Iran since they began broadcasting footage of captured soldiers.

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British Sailor's 'Confession'

CBS News RAW: Iran's state-run Al-Alam TV broadcast a second, seemingly-scripted apology by one of the British sailors being detained for an alleged territorial violation at sea.

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Ex-Aide Contradicts Gonzales

Only On The Web: Kyle Sampson, a former aide to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales testified that his boss was involved in the controversial firings of U.S. attorneys. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush's Apology For Walter Reed

CBS News RAW: President Bush took responsibility for the shoddy conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He made a visit to the hospital and met with wounded soldiers.

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Purple Heart Politics

Sharyl Attkisson met with Sean Knudsen, a soldier who fought and was wounded in Iraq. He says that he deserves the Purple Heart, but it's being denied to him ? and he's not the only one.

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Skyrocketing Gas Prices

Iran's seizure of 15 British sailors a week ago is having a direct effect on gas prices. Iran is the fourth-largest oil producer and is capitalizing on the hostage situation. Anthony Mason reports.

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U.S. Questions U.K. Strategy

U.S. officials say Britain's handling of the hostage crisis in Iran has been heavy-handed and Prime Minister Blair's strategy of freezing contacts with Iran has been overplayed. David Martin reports.

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Hostage Crisis Continues

Britons and their government see no end to the hostage crisis. Prime Minister Tony Blair is outraged at the release of a new video and letter from one of the sailors. Elisabeth Palmer reports.

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Ex-Aide's Words Wound Gonzales

The fallout over the firings of the U.S. attorneys has intensified. As Bill Plante reports, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has been contradicted by his former top aide.

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CBS Evening News With Cronkite

CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite covered energy conversation, high level talks with President Ford and the ACLU on January 17, 1975.

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Notebook- YouTube And Politics

Only On The Web: The videos on YouTube of presidential candidates caught in awkward moments are changing American politics. Katie Couric wonders if it's a change for the better.

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First Look- No Purple Heart

Only On The Web: Sharyl Attkisson previews a story about American soldiers put up for Purple Hearts on the battlefield only to come home and find their awards denied without explanation.

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Weekend Roundup- Iraq War

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's battle with Congress over the Iraq war and the ongoing investigation into the firing of 8 U.S. attorneys.

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Preview- Under The Influence

How did the pharmaceutical industry lobby influence Congress to pass the Medicare prescription drug law? Steve Kroft reports.

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Internet Celebs Have Their Say

Daniel Sieberg talks with three internet stars, Matt Harding who danced his way to fame, Jessica Rose aka lonelygirl15 and the founder of Blendtec, Tom Dickson, about how they became celebrities.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses his "60 Minutes" segment on the Medicare prescription drug bill and how the pharmaceutical lobby works in Washington.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley discusses global warming in the Southern Hemisphere, where glaciers are receding in an unprecedented way, and how the study of ice helps understand climate change.

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