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Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Advice For Military Families

The Early Show national correspondent Hattie Kauffman talks with columnist Ms. Vicki, who offers advice to military families with loved ones overseas.

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McCain Keen On Iraq Security

After just a few hours in Baghdad, presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain discussed security and safety in the war-plagued city since the American troop surge. Martin Seemungal reports.

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Analyst On Bush, McCain

Amy Walter, senior editor of "The Cook Political Report," comments on the standoff between President Bush and Congress, and new challenges for John McCain's presidential campaign.

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Britain Wants Talks With Iran

Britain is hoping that diplomacy will win the freedom of 15 sailors and marines being held by Iran. Mark Phillips reports.

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Running A Marathon In Space

CBS News RAW: Astronaut Sunita Williams, 41, will run the Boston Marathon while in orbit, 210 miles above Earth. Williams is practicing on a treadmill aboard the international space station.

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Iran To Release Sailors

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk weighs in on the pending release of the British sailors in Iran, as well as what role Syria may have played in the decision.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that government retirement benefits are going unclaimed; Radio Shack exposed customers to potential identity theft; and Apple's iTunes faces an antitrust probe in the E.U.

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Eye To Eye- Ms. Vicki

Only On The Web: Columnist Vicki Johnson is helping families deal with the strains of military life. She talks with Hattie Kauffman about the pain of seeing a loved one shipped off to war.

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First Look- Tonight's Stories

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell previews the top stories from tonight's "CBS Evening News," including Barack Obama's fundraising success and the coyote who visited a Quiznos in Chicago.

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Bush, Congress At Odds On Iraq

Although President Bush blasted Democrats for failing to support the war, Senate and House leaders show no sign of backing off from their controversial war spending bills. Bill Plante reports.

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Pelosi Talks Mideast Peace

CBS News RAW: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke at a news conference during her visit to Syria. She emphasized the importance of peace talks between Syria and Israel.

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Blair- "No Ill Will" To Iran

CBS News RAW:British PM Tony Blair says he's pleased that Iran has agreed to release 15 British sailors and marines. Blair said he bears "no ill will" toward the Iranian people.

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Iran To Set U.K. Sailors Free

Iran's president has announced his intention to release the 15 detained British sailors as a gesture of peace in recognition of Mohammed's birthday and the Easter holiday. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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U.K. Sailors Meet Ahmadinejad

CBS News RAW: Detained British sailors and marines met and spoke briefly with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran. The sailors thanked Ahmadinejad for his forgiveness.

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Iran To Release U.K. Sailors

Only On The Web: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced he would release of 15 detained British sailors and marines, calling it a gift to the British people. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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Protesters Confront Rove

CBS News RAW: Protesters discuss reasons for their confrontation with Karl Rove, President Bush's political adviser, after he spoke at an event at American University in Washington.

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Thompson Announces Candidacy

CBS News RAW: Tommy Thompson, former Republican governor of Wisconsin and a Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Bush administration, announced his candidacy for president.

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Lindh's Parents Appeal To Bush

The parents of suspected terrorist John Walker Lindh appealed to President Bush to lessen his 20-year jail sentence. Lindh admitted to supplying services to the Taliban. John Blackstone reports.

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British Navy Criticized

U.S. Navy officers privately called the performance of the British Navy a disgrace after it failed to protect a boarding party from being seized by Iran. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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Iran Frees British Troops

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced that Iran is releasing 15 captured British sailors and marines, surprising the families of the captured troops back home. Elizabeth Palmer has more details.

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McCain Lags In Fundraising

Sen. John McCain pulled in $12.5 million for his campaign, putting him last among the frontrunners for the Republican nomination. Bill Plante reports that McCain is overhauling his campaign.

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Obama- The $25 Million Man

Sen. Barack Obama raised $25 million in the first quarter of 2007, nearly matching Sen. Hillary Clinton's numbers. Gloria Borger has more on the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Cell Phones For The Troops

Being able to speak to their families back home helps soldiers overseas to cope. Two kids from Boston are working to help every soldier be able to call home for free. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Has Baghdad Become Safer?

Iraq's government reduced the Baghdad curfew by two hours, saying the security situation has improved since the crackdown in February. But locals seem to think otherwise. Martin Seemungal reports.

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Pelosi In Syria

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in Syria and sending a strong message home: The isolation of Syria has failed, and so has the President's war policy. Democrats want change. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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