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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

New Menu For School Lunches

For more than three years, a school in Cambridge, Mass. has waged a war on fattening foods, with positive results. Kids at the school are happy with the healthy alternatives. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Surge Already Having Effects

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the recent deaths of nine U.S. troops from a suicide bomb attack are a consequence of the crackdown in Baghdad and the recent troop surge. David Martin reports.

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House OKs Troop Pullout Bill

The House disregarded a veto threat from President Bush and passed legislation that would start bringing U.S. troops home from Iraq by Oct. 1. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Dow Jones Passes 13,000

There were big numbers today on Wall Street: The Dow industrials closed above the 13,000 mark for the first time ever. Anthony Mason has more on the stock market's historic close.

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Lynch Discusses False Heroism

Harry Smith questions Jessica Lynch about being falsely portrayed as a hero in the Iraq war, and her testimony at a congressional hearing concerning the death of Pat Tillman.

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'Capitol Bob' On War Funding

Chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer talks with Julie Chen about the expected showdown between the President and Congress over a controversial, $124-billion war spending bill.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a doubling of profits from online retailer Amazon.com; blue chips stocks and the NASDAQ are up; a new report on home sales; and Wal-Mart expands into health care.

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President Gets Jiggy With It

CBS News RAW: President Bush shook his hips and waved his hands as he danced on the White House lawn after giving a speech for Malaria Awareness Day.

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Patrolling The Internet

CBS News' Barry Petersen discusses the Chinese government's desire to regulate the internet and its content.

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Notebook- Gun Control

Only On The Web: Katie Couric discusses gun control and how it is again at the center of national debate after the shootings that left 33 people dead at Virginia Tech.

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McCain To Run

CBS News Dep. Pol. Dir. Steve Chaggaris discusses Sen. John McCain's announcement that he's joining the 2008 presidential race and how his age and support for the war in Iraq may affect his campaign.

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Tillman Death Controversy

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk weighs in on the Pat Tillman controversy. Van Dyk, who is friends with Tillman's father, conducted his own investigations on Tillman's death in Afghanistan.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that Vice President Dick Cheney's deep vein thrombosis is improving; breast feeding won't prevent a child from becoming fat as an adult; and high-fat meals may boost blood pressure.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on congressional hearings into the FDA's operation; the cost of overweight workers; and the importance of vitamin D for senior citizens.

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Ambassador, Humanitarian

The late Fmr. Ambassador to the UN Jeane Kirkpatrick devoted much of her time to humanitarian efforts. Her friend, Fmr. Sen. Jack Kemp discusses her book, "Making War to Keep Peace".

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Bloody Day For Troops In Iraq

Suicide attacks in Iraq have killed 10 American troops, bringing the death total for April to 85. Congress is debating a new bill to fund operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Karen Brown reports.

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