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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Notebook- David Halberstam

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses the death of journalist David Halberstam and wonders what would he have thought of the revelations made in Congress about Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch?

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Tillman Death Probed

It has been three years since the friendly-fire death of former NFL player Pat Tillman. His family will testify before a congressional hearing on a possible military cover-up. Dave Martin reports.

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Congress To Question FDA

Food supply demand has grown significantly in the past year. But after three major contamination scares, Congress is wondering if the FDA can keep up. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Gun Control An Issue In Va.

After the tragedy at Virginia Tech, the state's governor wants to close a loophole that allows people who have been mentally institutionalized to purchase firearms. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Bombers Kill 9 U.S. Troops

In one of the deadliest attacks against U.S. troops since the war in Iraq began, an al-Qaeda linked group claimed responsibility for the deaths of nine soldiers. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Cheney Not Into 'Name Calling'

Following his weekly meeting with Senate Republicans, Vice President Cheney stopped to talk to reporters about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's comment about the Iraq war. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Confusion Over Tillman's Death

The White House says it was not informed about how Pat Tillman died, while the commander in Afghanistan, Gen. Stanley McChrystal claims to have sent in a memo. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Tillman's Family Left In Dark

An Army Ranger who was present when former NFL player Pat Tillman was killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan said he was told to conceal that information from his family. David Martin reports.

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First Look- Pat Tillman

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews at tonight's "Evening News" stories. At center stage are hearings on the death of Pat Tillman, the former NFL star who was killed in Afghanistan.

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Cheney Rebukes Reid

CBS News RAW: Vice President Dick Cheney issued a stinging rebuke of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, calling the Nevada Democrat's comments on the Iraq war "uniformed and misleading."

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Vice President Attacks Dems

CBS News RAW: Speaking to reporters in Washington, Vice President Dick Cheney accused Democrats of opposing the new U.S. strategy in Iraq for purely political reasons.

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War Funding Standoff

With a promise by President Bush to veto any bill that sets a date for troop withdrawal, the White House is at odds with congressional Democrats over the war's progress. Bill Plante reports.

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Tillman Cover-Up Admitted

CBS News RAW: Bryan O'Neal, Pat Tillman's fellow Ranger and Army Specialist, admitted to covering up from Tillman's family that his death in Afghanistan was due to friendly fire.

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Jessica Lynch- Time For Truth

CBS News RAW: Former POW Pvt. Jessica Lynch told a House oversight committee she does not understand why stories of her abduction were exaggerated when there were real heroes all around.

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Tillman's Brother Testifies

CBS News RAW: Kevin Tillman, brother of former NFL player Pat Tillman, told a Congressional committee he thinks his brother's death by friendly fire was concealed to avoid bad publicity.

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Iraq Funding Tug Of War

Only On The Web: With President Bush promising to veto any bill that sets a timeline for troop withdrawal, the debate in Washington is now focused on the war's future. Bill Plante reports.

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Deadly Day In Iraq

In the deadliest day for U.S. forces in a year, nine soldiers were killed and 20 were wounded after a suicide car bomber attacked an American military post north of Baghdad. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bush On Iraq Funding, Gonzales

CBS News RAW: President Bush commented on the debate over Iraq war funding and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' recent testimony before a Senate judiciary committee.

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Will Gonzales Resign?

Julie Chen speaks with Michael Isikoff, investigative correspondent for Newsweek magazine, about the possibility that Alberto Gonzales will resign from his position as U.S. Attorney General.

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War Funding Deadlock Continues

President Bush continues to press Congress to pass a war spending bill, but Democrats insist his strategy is flawed. Meanwhile, suicide bombings killed dozens in Baghdad. Karen Brown reports.

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