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Saturday, April 21, 2007

Mental Illness And Gun Control

Loopholes in federal law allowed mentally ill Virginia Tech gunman Cho Seung-Hui to buy his weapons. Randall Pinkston investigates.

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Fieri's Diner-Inspired Feast

Guy Fieri's innovative culinary skills made him "The Next Food Network Star" and a chance to be CBS' Chef on a Shoestring. He cooks up a diner inspired meal for four in a $40 budget.

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NASA Gunman- Veteran Engineer

Police officials are probing into the hostage drama that took place at the Johnston Space Center in Texas on Friday. The gunman was Bill Phillips, a veteran engineer. Jason Whitley reports.

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Drumming Changed Their Lives

ShowBuzz RAW: The Church of Holy Apostles, an Episcopal church offer an arts program to their guests that helps them channel their energy into something constructive.

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CBS Evening News, 04.21.07

Saturday: Remembering the innocent victims of the deadly shooting at Va. Tech; Federal law did not stop mentally ill Cho from buying a gun and Iraqis are getting increasingly disillusioned by the war.

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Teen Start-Ups All The Rage

Tracy Smith learns why successful Internet start-ups have become one key to upward social mobility among teenagers.

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Shooting Inquiry Set To Begin

Harry Smith speaks with former Homeland Security chief Tom Ridge about his appointment to the investigative committee that will determine if the Virginia Tech shootings were preventable.

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Politico On Gonzales' Grilling

A Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee told Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to quit. Jim VandeHei of Politico.com joins Harry Smith to discuss the GOP's attack on Gonzales.

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