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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

President Bush Reaches Out

CBS News RAW: President Bush reaches out to an audience member sitting behind him during the Virginia Tech convocation to console him as he cried. NO AUDIO.

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S. Korea Expresses Sorrow

CBS News RAW: A spokesman from South Korea's Foreign Ministry said his country is shocked by the Virginia Tech shooting, and sends condolences to the victims and their families.

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Details Of Va. Rampage Emerge

Police have identified the shooter in the Virginia Tech massacre as a 23-year-old undergraduate student. As Susan Roberts reports, ballistic tests link both campus shootings.

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U.N. To Debate Climate Change

Great Britain will chair a U.N. Security Council discussion of global warming, but several key players, including the U.S., do not think the issue should be addressed there. Frank Ucciardo reports.

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A New Religion

Where Communism was once a religion for many, the Chinese are now looking for a new faith. Barry Petersen discusses prayer groups and their rising popularity in China.

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Eye To Eye- President Bush

Only On The Web: President Bush and first lady Laura Bush talk with Katie Couric about the tragic shooting on the Virginia Tech campus.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on last-minute tax filing; Wall Street focuses on real estate and inflation; earning reports due today; and Alan Greenspan downplays fears of a global recession.

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Country Mourns With Va. Tech

President Bush and the First Lady were at Va. Tech today with the mourners sharing their sorrow. Mr. Bush told Katie Couric that gun control laws will surely be debated in the aftermath.

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Web Sites Linked Students

Russ Mitchell speaks with "The Early Show" science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg about how the Internet kept communication alive amid the chaos of the Virginia Tech massacre.

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Massacre Fuels Gun Debate

Advocates from both sides of the gun control debate square off following an announcement that the Virginia Tech shooter used a concealed weapon to carry out the massacre.

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Gonzales Ready For Grilling

A Senate judiciary committee is prepared to hear the testimony of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales during an inquiry into the firings of eight U.S. attorneys. Bill Plante reports.

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Madonna Goes To Malawi

ShowBuzz RAW: Madonna flew to the African nation of Malawi and toured a village that is being backed by a U.N. program aimed to improve living conditions in the poorest parts of the world.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a new report that calls abstinence-only education ineffective; more healthy foods in school lunchrooms; and government changes to reduce prescription drug costs.

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