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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Abortion Debate Rages On

In the aftermath of the latest Supreme Court ruling on abortion, both sides in the debate agree that there will be new laws made at the state level. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Republicans Go After Gonzales

Attorney General Gonzales faced a Senate panel over the firing of eight U.S. prosecutors. Sen. Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican, is the latest to call for his resignation. Jim Axelrod reports.

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First Look- Virginia Tech

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Chris Dinan discuss the stories on tonight's Evening News. There will be more on the Virginia Tech shooter, the Columbine shooting and the new abortion ruling.

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Tracing Illegal Guns

Only On The Web: A coalition of mayors has called on Congress to repeal a bill that they say restricts access to critical data about guns used in crimes. Armen Keteyian reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on eBay's high earnings; a record day for the Dow; decreasing numbers of bankruptcies; rising home foreclosures; and American Airlines workers continue to strike.

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Life In Baghdad Preview

Bombs, shootings and long gas lines are some of the obstacles that residents of Iraq's capital must deal with daily. Lara Logan reports.

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Logan's Reporter's Notebook

Lara Logan discusses her "60 Minutes" report on the many ways in which the war's constant threats to personal security have affected the day-to-day lives of Baghdad residents.

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Picture Worth A Thousand Words

Photographs can leave indelible impressions of events. Kelly Wallace takes a look at the story behind the iconic photo of Kevin Sterne being carried to safety during the Virginia Tech massacre.

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A Brother's Pain

Reema Samaha, a victim in the Virginia Tech massacre, grew up about a mile from the gunman. Her brother Omar reminisces with Harry Smith about the sister he deeply loved.

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Capitol Bob On Gun Control

In the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre, Bob Schieffer and Russ Mitchell discuss gun control laws and why it was so easy for gunman Cho Seung-Hui to purchase the weapons.

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Law Enforcement Questioned

Harry Smith speaks with law enforcement officials about what they knew about Cho Seung-Hui, a quiet student who would later unleash a reign of terror during the Virginia Tech massacre.

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