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Monday, April 23, 2007

Boris Yeltsin Dead At 76

Following the 1991 breakup of the USSR, then-President Boris Yeltsin attempted to guide Russia through the transition from communism to capitalism. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Rap Lyrics Under Scrutiny

African-American activists have been criticizing the rap music industry, claiming that the lyrics in many of the songs promote violence and demean women. Bill Whitaker has more details.

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First 3-D Images Of The Sun

Twin stereo satellites recently took the first 3-D images of the sun. NASA scientists hope to use the date to forecast the sun's weather. Jerry Bowen reports from Los Angeles.

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Bush- Gonzales Is Staying

President Bush reiterated his confidence in Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, calling him "an honest, honorable man." Gonzales is under fire for the firing of 8 U.S. attorneys. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Future Women Of Communications

Nancy Rabstejnek Nichols, president of New York Women In Communications Foundation, introduces Hannah Storm and Julie Chen to this year's scholarship recipients.

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Blue Angel Crash Probed

Investigators are looking into the cause of a crash that claimed the life of Lt. Commander Kevin Davis, one of the Navy's elite Blue Angels, at a South Carolina air show. Joie Chen reports.

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Gonzales Under Fire

The credibility of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is being questioned following his testimony before a judiciary hearing over the firing of eight U.S. attorneys. Bill Plante reports.

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Can Gonzales Hang On?

Only On The Web: Republicans and Democrats alike say that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales did himself no favors with his testimony on Capitol Hill. Bill Plante reports.

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Notebook- Global Warming

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses two recent reports on environmental change that show the importance of global warming to many Americans and how it could impact future generations.

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First Look- Gonzales Aftermath

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews some of tonight's stories, including President Bush's vote of confidence for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and the death of Boris Yeltsin.

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U.S. Ambassador On Iraq Wall

CBS News RAW: Ambassador Ryan Crocker says the U.S. will "respect the wishes" of Iraq's leader, who has ordered a halt to the construction of a wall around a Sunni enclave in Baghdad.

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Baghdad Family Copes With Life

In Full: Bombs, shootings and long gas lines are just some of the obstacles that residents of Iraq's capital city must deal with daily to survive. Lara Logan reports.

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What Can Be Done?

Bob Schieffer wonders, if something doesn't change in our gun laws, is it only a matter of time until another tragedy happens?

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Sen. Patrick Leahy

Bob Schieffer talks to Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., about whether Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should resign.

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