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Friday, April 20, 2007

Campus Tries To Move On

Friday is a day of mourning to remember the 32 shooting victims of the Virginia Tech massacre. The great aunt of the shooter, Cho Seung-Hui, describes him as a troubled teen. Bob Orr reports.

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Republicans Grill Gonzales

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales still has the support of President Bush. But after harsh grilling by the Senate Judiciary Committee, it's uncertain whether he will keep his job. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Dow had three record closes thanks to strong profit reports; bad software updates were behind BlackBerry's blackout; and Spiderman will soon swoop on Broadway.

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Gonzales' Job On The Line

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' chance to save his job. But after the grilling, that's still an open question.

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Shootout At NASA In Houston

A NASA sub-contractor armed with a handgun killed a hostage and then himself at the Johnston Space Center in Houston, Texas. NASA said operations were not interrupted. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Gonzales- Republicans Unhappy

Support for U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is waning as Republicans are beginning to second guess him. Alan Specter stopped short of asking him to resign. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Was Gun Law Misinterpreted?

Cho Seung-Hui was declared mentally ill by the Brady Center. According to the FBI he should not have been allowed to own a gun. Armen Keteyian investigates if federal gun laws were misinterpreted.

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Anti-Castro Exile Is Released

Cuba is protesting the release of a former CIA operative from a U.S. jail. While supporters in Miami's exile community welcomed him, others want him tried in connection with terrorist acts.

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U.S. Focused On Iraq's Future

President Bush continued to push Congress to provide no-strings funding for the Iraq war, while Defense Secretary Gates warned Iraq's leaders that U.S. patience is limited. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Bush- Iraq Security Is Top Job

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke in Grand Rapids, Mich., on worldwide anti-terror efforts and the war in Iraq. He said the top U.S. priority is to help Iraq's leaders secure their people.

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Reid- Iraq War Is Lost

CBS News RAW: At a White House summit over troop funding, Senate majority leader Harry Reid said the Iraq war has been lost and the troop surge has been ineffective.

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Houston Police On NASA Gunman

CBS News RAW: A spokesperson from the Houston police department said a gunman barricaded himself in a room on NASA's Houston campus. An employee reported hearing two shots fired.

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Shots Heard On NASA Campus

Only On The Web: Reports of a gunman forced NASA to evacuate a building at its Houston space center. Elisabeth Smick reports that police are currently on the scene.

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McCain Sings 'Bomb Iran'

CBS News RAW: During a campaign stop in South Carolina, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., parodied the tune "Barbara Ann" when questioned about Iran, singing "Bomb Bomb Bomb ... Bomb Bomb Iran."

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Mourning Continues At Va. Tech

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine declared Friday a day of mourning in honor of the Virginia Tech students who were killed during the shooting on campus. Susan Roberts reports.

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Gonzales Testifies At Senate

CBS News RAW: Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales insisted there was nothing improper about his decision to fire eight U.S. prosecutors.

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Gonzales Defends Firings

Speaking under oath for a second time before a Senate committee, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales insisted his decision to fire U.S. prosecutors was not politically motivated. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Sen. Leahy- Tell The Truth

CBS News RAW: Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., urged Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to be forthright about the firings of eight prosecutors.

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