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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on American attempts to combat piracy in China; falling crude oil prices amid Iran's nuclear announcement; and media-giant News Corp.'s new venture.

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Lozano's Actions Defended

Only On The Web: Dan O'Shea, a former coordinator for the U.S. Embassy's Hostage Working Group in Iraq, defends Army Spc. Mario Lozano's actions that led to an Italian secret agent's death.

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Eye To Eye- Mario Lozano

Only On The Web: U.S. Army specialist Mario Lozano faces murder charges in the death of an Italian secret agent in Iraq. Lozano tells Lara Logan that his actions were justified.

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First Look- Stem Cell Research

Only On The Web: Dr. Jon LaPook introduces his report on study of new stems that can be used today to treat Type 1 diabetes. Find out more on the "CBS Evening News" tonight.

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Reforming Immigration Policy

Immigration is an issue with which the president has more in common with Democrats in Congress than with most Republicans, particularly with the issue of "guest" workers. Bill Plante reports.

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Troops May Face Extended Duty

The war funding debate between Congress and President Bush is heating up, and the Pentagon says it's pondering extended tours of duty for as many as 15,000 U.S. troops. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Clock Ticking In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Speaking at the American Foreign Legion in Virginia, President Bush said progress in Iraq is hindered by Democrats' refusal to pass a war funding bill he will sign.

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U.S. Soldier On Trial Speaks

Specialist Mario Lozano is accused of killing Italian secret agent Nicola Calipari and wounding previously captured journalist Giuliana Sgrena while on duty in Iraq. He tells Lara Logan what happened.

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Illegally Downloading Music

Thanks to the Internet, college kids have gone from one of recorded music's biggest customers to perhaps its biggest pirates. Anthony Mason reports.

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Bush Won't Negotiate War Funds

President Bush still says that if Congress is going to send him a bill with troop withdrawal deadlines, he will veto it when it gets to his desk. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Iraqis Protest U.S. Presence

Four years after the U.S. toppled Saddam Hussein, some Iraqis marched in protest against the continued American presence in the country. Martin Seemungal reports from Baghdad.

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Bush Talks Illegal Immigration

CBS News RAW: President Bush used a speech in Arizona to push Congress to approve his guest-worker program. He also talked about the tightened security along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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First Lady Kicks Off Egg Roll

CBS News RAW: First lady Laura Bush welcomed small children and their families to the White House lawn for the annual Easter egg roll, a springtime tradition in Washington, D.C.

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