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Friday, April 13, 2007

Security Review In Iraq

After Thursday's suicide bombing in the Green Zone, security procedures in Iraq are being reviewed. The first suspects are the cafeteria workers. Marti Seemungal reports.

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Corzine Critical After Crash

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine is in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident. A spokesman says it appears he wasn't wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. Claire Leka reports.

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Doctor On N.J. Gov. Corzine

CBS News RAW: Cooper University Hospital's Dr. Steven Ross said that Gov. John Corzine will need to recover from "serious trauma" after being involved in a car accident.

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New Pope- Cardinal Ratzinger

This Week In History: Bells rang in Rome in 2005, as Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was announced as the new head of the Roman Catholic Church: Pope Benedict XVI.

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1995- Oklahoma City Bombing

This Week In History: The 1995 Oklahoma City bombing was one of the largest acts of terrorism within U.S. borders.

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Corzine In Critical Condition

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine is listed in critical condition after suffering broken ribs and a broken leg in a car crash on the Garden State Parkway. WCBS' Tamsen Fadal reports.

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Grasshoppers Invade City

CBS News RAW: Farmlands in the eastern Iranian city of Tabas have come under a grasshopper attack.

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Eye To Eye- The Washingtons

Only On The Web: Actor Denzel Washington and his wife, Paulette, worked on an audio recording of the Bible. They tell Tracy Smith why they decided to get involved with the project.

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First Look- Hartman, Axelrod

Only On The Web: Steve Hartman gives a sneak peek at a story about an 81-year-old substitute teacher; and Jim Axelrod previews his piece on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

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Weekend Roundup- Don Imus

Only On The Web: Howard Arenstein recaps the week's top stories, including the firing of Don Imus, the Duke lacrosse case, and a deadly suicide bombing in Baghdad's Green Zone.

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Mitt Romney On The Issues

Only On The Web: Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney sat down with Jim Axelrod and discussed the troop surge in Iraq; his stance on abortion, and his religious background.

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Pakistan's Anti-Terror Efforts

Only On The Web: Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan talks with Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf about his strategy to fight terrorism on the border with Afghanistan.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on calls from consumer groups to reform the nation's bankruptcy laws; civil rights groups ask for a moratorium on home foreclosures; and Sony's new flat-screen TV.

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Cooper Discusses Duke Case

North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper tells Lesley Stahl about his office's investigation into the Duke lacrosse case. Cooper says the situation was "much worse than we thought."

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Maximum Security Education

Bob Simon visits a prison where inmates serving long sentences have found a way to free their minds through college education provided by elite Bard College. Sunday, April 15, at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

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International Games

Up to the Minute contributor Peter Allen discusses his views on the recent release of the British sailors from Iran, and how he believes it was one big international game.

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Iraqi Parliament Mourns Dead

In a special session, members of the Iraqi parliament honored a colleague killed in Thursday's suicide bombing. Susan Roberts reports that security concerns remain in Baghdad.

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Commander On Iraq Security

CBS News RAW: Lt. Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of the multinational corps in Iraq, characterized yesterday's bombings in Baghdad as "a bad day" but said he still sees signs of progress.

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NATO Forces Clash With Taliban

Only On The Web: Two Canadians and 35 suspected Taliban militants were killed in separate skirmishes in southern Afghanistan. Elisabeth Smick reports.

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Baghdad Blast Caught On Tape

CBS News RAW: Video obtained by Alhurra Television captured an apparent suicide bombing of the Iraqi parliament and its aftermath.

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Bomb Blasts Iraqi Parliament

Susan Roberts reports on a major security breach in Baghdad's highly secure Green Zone. A suspected suicide bomber blew himself up at the cafeteria of Iraq's parliament, killing several lawmakers.

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