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Saturday, April 7, 2007

An Inexpensive Easter Brunch

Bon Appetite Magazine's Dede Wilson prepares a delicious Easter Sunday brunch for six people in a $40 budget. The menu included poached eggs and asparagus, a cherry tomato salad and sorbet.

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Iran Makes Courtesy Call

Iran called on the British government today to show a gesture of good will after the release of its sailors. Sailors say that they were not treated well in imprisonment. Richard Roth reports.

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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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The Fall Of Baghdad

This Week In History: In early April 2003, as U.S.-led forces secured control of Baghdad, a 20-foot tall statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled by soldiers amidst an Iraqi crowd in Firdus Square.

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Kids Crazy For Webkinz

Kids are going crazy for Webkinz, plush stuffed animals that come to life on the Internet, and retailers cannot get enough of them. Joie Chen reports.

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Saving Money On Medication

A consumer Internet publication, "Best Buy Drugs," is reminding people that two cholesterol medications are now on the generic list. Dr. Marvin Lipman joins Russ Mitchell to discuss.

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New Report On Global Warming

The latest report released on global warming states that those areas already suffering from the effects can expect it to get worse over time. Mark Phillips reports from London.

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