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Friday, April 6, 2007

Making Driving Safer

Hannah Storm speaks to Nicole Nason, head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about the life-saving benefits of electronic stability control in vehicles.

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John McCain Preview

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) answers questions on his candidacy, including his stance on Iraq and his reaction to criticism that he has changed positions on issues. Scott Pelley reports.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley describes what it was like to visit Baghdad with Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain while working on a "60 Minutes" segment about him.

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Preview- Vive Les Nukes

As the process to create energy continues to cause global warming, America may need to reconsider nuclear energy, like the French, who depend almost entirely on it. Steve Kroft reports.

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Weekend Roundup- U.K. Troops

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the release of 15 British troops, President Bush's battle with Congress, and the Supreme Court's ruling on emissions.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports that the economy is expected to have created 135,000 jobs in March; vehicles will require anti-rollover technology by 2012; and Federated Department Stores aims to boost Web sales.

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Notebook- WWI Anniversary

Only On The Web: On April 6, 1917, America entered World War I. Ninety years after the "war to end all wars," countries are still waging war. Katie Couric reflects on the cost.

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U.N. Forecasts Dire Weather

A United Nations report prepared by officials from more than 100 countries and set to be released in June warns of dangers to the planet caused by global warming. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested

CBS News RAW: New Jersey State police arrested a suspect in the bank robbery that left one FBI agent dead. The suspect was captured in Branchburg, N.J.

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Sailors Set Record Straight

Recently released British sailors and marines denied entering Iranian waters and said they confessed only to ensure their eventual release. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Ukraine Political Crisis Grows

Only On The Web: Protesters filled Kiev, the Ukranian capital, as rival government factions remained locked in what may be the worst crisis since the Orange Revolution. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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British Troops Speak Out

Some of the British sailors and marines who were held captive in Iran said during a news conference that they were clearly in Iraqi waters when they were taken hostage. Drew Levinson reports.

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Optimism About Troop Surge

U.S. military leaders are reporting positive signs from the recent troop increase, despite more attacks this week. Tracie Strahan reports.

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U.K. Sailors Discuss Capture

CBS News RAW: Released British service members discuss the events surrounding their detainment in Iran including being blindfolded and constant psychological pressure.

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Christianity In China

A new generation of Chinese is learning that there's more to life than making money. Chinese Christians are risking arrest to practice their faith. They tell Barry Petersen why.

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Will Guardsmen Be Ready To Go?

Pentagon orders will send National Guard members from Oklahoma to Iraq next year, with less time to train and equip. Soldiers are savoring their remaining time at home. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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McCain On His Iraq Visit

Sen. John McCain touted his safety during his recent trip to Baghdad. Scott Pelley talks about McCain's trip and his interview with McCain on "60 Minutes."

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Solar Flares Affect GPS

Solar flares explode with the power of 10 million volcanic eruptions. These scenic events can cause GPS systems to go haywire, disrupting key communications. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Global Warming And The Poor

A new U.N. report says developing countries will feel the most impact from global warming as they try to industrialize. Mark Phillips reports.

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Golf Or Rocket Science?

At The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in Scotland, where golf was born, they use a robot operated by a NASA scientist to measure the performance of clubs and balls. Mark Phillips reports.

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Ex-Felons Get Voting Rights

Ex-convicts who have served their entire sentence and paid full restitution can regain their right to vote in Florida. This is an effort made by Gov. Charlie Crist. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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The Cost Of Immigration

Illegal immigration is costing the country billions of dollars each year. Prisons, health care and education are among the areas directly affected. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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