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Monday, April 2, 2007

Campaign Fundraising

Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor of CBSNews.com, weighs in on presidential campaign fundraising, the candidates' views on the Iraq war and their spouses.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that analysts predict more choppy waters ahead on Wall Street; Ford hopes limited-edition vehicles will make a splash; and workers admit to playing jokes on the job.

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Rising Prices At The Pump

Gasoline prices usually start to rise in the summertime, but this summer we could be paying record prices at the pump. Analyst Tom Kloza speaks with Julie Chen about rising gas prices.

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In History- John Paul II Dies

This Week In History: Pope John Paul II, history's most traveled pope, died at 84, several weeks after losing the ability to do the thing he loved the most: speak to the faithful.

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Car Emissions To Be Reviewed

The Supreme Court ordered the federal government to take a closer look at how it regulates carbon dioxide emissions from cars. Susan Roberts reports.

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Mayor Daley On Police Beatings

CBS News RAW: Mayor Richard Daley expressed his outrage over the recent police beating scandals in Chicago. He said the actions of some off-duty officers were "unacceptable."

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Iraqi Refugees Flee To U.S.

A new State Department program is aiming to increase the number of Iraqi refugees permitted asylum in the U.S. As Susan Roberts reports, some of the Iraqi refugees have incredible stories to tell.

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Bush Plugs HSA Benefits

CBS News RAW: President Bush makes the case for individual health savings accounts, calling them an affordable alternative to private health insurance for small businesses and individuals.

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John Paul II Nears Sainthood

The Catholic Church finished a dossier detailing the cure of a nun who prayed for late Pope John Paul II. As Sabina Castelfranco reports, many believe the cure to be a miracle.

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Iran Halts Showing Confessions

Britain will hold talks with Iranian officials about how to avoid future disputes over territory. In turn, Iran won't show any more video of 15 captured sailors and marines. Charles D'Agata reports.

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More Confessions From Iran

All 15 captured U.K. sailors and marines confessed to trespassing into Iran's waters, but officials in the Islamic Republic say they will not be put on trial. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Campaign Fundraising Hits High

Presidential candidates smashed first-quarter fundraising records. Republican Mitt Romney raised $21 million while Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton took in $26 million. Gloria Borger reports.

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Court Ruling Hits Automakers

Analysts say that the Supreme Court's ruling that the EPA can regulate emissions from cars will have a profound effect on the auto industry. Anthony Mason has more details.

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Landmark Ruling On Emissions

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to regulate greenhouse gases. Wyatt Andrews has more on the significance of this ruling.

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John Paul Expert On Sainthood

Only On The Web: Pope John Paul II expert Margaret Hebblewaithe tells Sheila MacVicar the proposal to canonize John Paul II exemplifies a recent trend toward naming saints more easily.

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Hillary's Biggest Asset- Bill

Former President Bill Clinton has been raising impressive sums of money for his wife's campaign for the White House. As Sharyn Alfonsi reports, this has caused resentment in the other campaigns.

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Great Time To Pay Off Debt

What do you do if you get a large tax refund from the government? Ray Hennessey, editor of SmartMoney.com, offers some tips on how to reduce your debt with that refund.

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A Question Of Corruption

In Full: Drug companies had a deep hand in steering the Medicare prescription drug bill which has provided them with enormous profits. Steve Kroft reports on an "ugly" time in Congress.

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