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Monday, April 9, 2007

Obama Doesn't 'Run For Second'

CBS News RAW: Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill, joked around with "Late Show" host David Letterman about perhaps being Hillary Clinton's vice president.

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Some Iraqis Want U.S. To Go

On the fourth anniversary of the fall of Baghdad, many Iraqis marched to stress their desire for U.S. forces to leave their country. President Bush is vowing to stay the course. Susan Roberts reports.

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Protests Mark Fall Of Baghdad

Four years after the fall of Baghdad, Iraqi demands for a full withdrawal of U.S. troops are growing stronger, while the debate over war funding continues in Washington. Susan Roberts reports.

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Iran Expands Nuclear Program

Only On The Web: In defiance of U.N. demands that it suspend nuclear activities, Iran announced a major step forward in its uranium enrichment program. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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Shias Flock To Najaf Protest

Heeding the call of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, thousands of Iraqi Shiites protested the continued presence of foreign troops on the fourth anniversary of Baghdad's fall. Tracy Strahan reports.

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Republicans Vie For Top Spot

John Harris of Politico.com discusses the race for the Republican presidential nomination with Hannah Storm. He says John McCain must reenergize his campaign, and Mitt Romney looks like a contender.

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Seized U.K. Sailor Sells Story

Released British soldier Faye Turney, the only woman in the group of 15 service personnel detained by Iran, has been criticized for selling her story for about $200,000. Sheila Mac Vicar reports.

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Analyst Comments On Iraq

Harry Smith talks with the Michael O'Hanlon, a foreign policy analyst with the Brookings Institution, about the state of the war in Iraq, four years after the fall of Baghdad.

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Deadly Easter Weekend

Anti-American protests and a deadly Easter weekend marked the fourth anniversary of the fall of Baghdad, as the debate over troop funding continues on Capitol Hill. Bill Plante reports.

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First Look- Nuclear Iran

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar previews her story from tonight's broadcast, delving into the significance of Iran's announcement that it has increased uranium enrichment activities.

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Notebook- Iraq After Saddam

Only On The Web: On April 9, 2003, Iraqis pulled down the statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad. Despite the violence that drags on, Katie Couric says there may be signs of hope.

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HealthWatch

Steve Dunlop reports on a health challenge to combat obesity among blacks; new research into the spread of cancer; and the role foods play in a person's ability to quit smoking.

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Iran Expanding Nuclear Program

Despite U.N. demands, Iran has announced an expansion of its nuclear program. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk discusses the ramifications of the announcement.

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McCain Backtracks On Iraq

60 Minutes' Scott Pelley questions Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., on his comments about Gen. David Petraeus' Baghdad tours in unarmored military vehicles and "safe" neighborhoods in Iraq.

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Mukhtar's Haven

Nicholas D. Kristof revisits the rape victim who has created a sanctuary for women in Pakistan.

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Vive Les Nukes!

In Full: As the process to make 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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A Meltdown-Proof Reactor?

Web Extra: MIT Professor Andrew Kadak explains to Steve Kroft how a Pebble Bed reactor works and why the technology is meltdown-proof.

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