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Thursday, April 5, 2007

Immigrants Help Economy Grow

Immigrants, legal and illegal, are helping to fuel economic growth. They're also expected to cushion the blow as the baby boomers start to retire and leave the workforce. Sandra Hughes reports.

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New Safety Device In Cars

The government has mandated that anti-rollover technology be installed in all cars by the 2012 model year. Nancy Cordes reports on the benefits of electronic stability control.

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Can Afghanistan Be Pacified?

The U.S. has sent 5,000 troops to Afghanistan to help the Karzai government in its fight against the Taliban. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says it's part of a long-term effort. David Martin reports.

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NATO Tackles The Taliban

NATO forces have begun an attack that aims to clear the Taliban out of a key Afghan valley and combat the drug trade that finances them. Lara Logan reports exclusively from Afghanistan.

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Sailors Reunite With Families

The 15 newly released British troops enjoyed a reunion with family and friends on a military base south of London. The crew is being debriefed about their ordeal. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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U.K. Sailors, Families Reunite

CBS News RAW: The British sailors and marines who were seized by Iran were reunited with their families at Chivenor Royal Marine Base in Devon, England.

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U.K. Sailors Arrive Home

Fifteen British sailors detained by Iran were returned home, ending a two week diplomatic standoff that saw tensions mount between the two countries. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Seized U.K. Troops Return Home

CBS News RAW: After being detained in Iran for nearly two weeks, 15 British service members arrive at London's Heathrow airport before returning home to loved ones. NO AUDIO.

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FBI Agent Killed In Robbery

CBS News RAW: An FBI agent was shot and killed during a botched armed robbery of a bank in Hunterdon County, N.J. At least two suspects are in custody.

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First Look- Sailors Released

Only On The Web: On tonight's "Evening News," U.K. troops return from Iran as British politicians question how they were put in a position that risked their lives. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Eye To Eye- Lindh's Parents

Only On The Web: In an exclusive interview with CBS' John Blackstone, the parents of "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh speak out about why they think he is being punished so severely.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports that Merck hopes the FDA will approve Vioxx successor Arcoxia; shareholders want DaimlerChrysler to sell its Chrysler unit; and Toyota's Prius celebrates 10 years on the road.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses his "60 Minutes" segment on the renewed interest in nuclear power as a "green" energy source, and the safety issues involved.

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London Comment

CBS News' Ed Boyle weighs in on Iran's release of the British sailors and ponders whether or not the outcome would have been the same had it been American troops who were held captive.

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Capitol Bob On Campaign Funds

CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer speaks with Julie Chen about the record campaign funds some 2008 presidential hopefuls have been collecting.

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Analyst On U.K. Sailor Release

Hannah Storm talks to the president of the Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass about Iran's relationship with the West after the release of 15 British sailors from two weeks of captivity.

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Freed Sailors Arrive In London

Following a two week diplomatic standoff, the 15 British sailors detained by Iran arrived safely at London's Heathrow airport. Richard Roth reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's stories: The newest trends in outdoor kitchen gear; a controversial treatment to make kids taller; and Hattie Kauffman meets Ms. Vicki, an advice columnist who helps military families.

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Shoestring-Chic Spring Style

Cheryl Kramer of Redbook magazine shows off fun spring fashions for any budget in Chic-On-A-Shoestring, featuring special guest Doreen.

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Eagle Scout Earns Every Badge

Hannah Storm meets Eagle Scout James Calderwood Jr., who earned all 122 merit badges, including one in atomic energy that has since been discontinued.

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