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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Notebook- China And Sudan

Only On The Web: As the genocide continues in Sudan's Darfur region, there is one country in particular that can help stop the rapes and murders. Katie Couric discusses China's ties to Sudan.

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Battle Over Iraq Spending

Only On The Web: Bill Plante takes another look at the narrowly-passed Iraq war funding bill that the president has vowed to veto.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Dow's record-breaking close; skyrocketing profits for Apple and Amazon.com; a 35% increase in home foreclosures; and an update on the student loan scandal.

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Tenet Denies CIA Torture

In an exclusive "60 Minutes" interview, ex-CIA Director George Tenet tells Scott Pelley that the agency does not use torture to extract information from suspected al Qaeda terrorists.

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McCain On Iraq & Campaign '08

Harry Smith questions presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., along with his wife, Cindy, about the Iraq funding showdown and hitting the campaign trail.

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Bill Passes, Showdown Begins

The House passed a controversial war funding bill that sets a timeline for U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq, despite President Bush's promises to veto any such measure. Bill Plante reports.

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Dow Reaches Milestone

The Dow Jones industrial average opened trading at a record high, above 13,000, thanks to strong earnings from companies such as American Express, Pepsi and Boeing. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Chinese Imports Turned Away

The FDA is concerned about the agricultural imports coming into the U.S. from China. Last month, 215 shipments were turned away, partly due to filth, according to one report. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Danger Lurks For Prince Harry

There is concern in Britain that the upcoming deployment of Prince Harry to Iraq could put other troops in danger. Insurgents stated that Harry will return home in a coffin. Richard Roth has more.

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Tenet- 'Slam Dunk' Misused

George Tenet says the Bush administration's use of his "slam dunk" comment as the reason America went to war was deceitful and ruined his reputation. Scott Pelley reports.

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Democrats Make Political Point

The Senate joined the House in passing an aggressive assault on Bush's Iraq war strategy by voting for a bill that both funds the war and sets a troop withdrawal date. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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How Far Along Is Iran?

Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. Some leaders are wary of this claim, especially when the country's president boasted of the speed of the process. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Nuclear Iran By 2010?

CBS News has learned that a new U.S. intelligence report says Iran could have enough enriched uranium to a nuclear weapon in less than three years. David Martin reports.

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Senate OK's War Funding Bill

CBS News RAW: The Senate has joined the House in defying a threatened presidential veto on the Iraq war funding bill. Republicans now say it's time to work on one President Bush will sign.

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Petraeus- We've Just Begun

CBS News RAW: Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, says there is "vastly more work to be done" and stresses that the troop surge is still in its infancy.

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Even Fleece Goes Green

Patagonia want to turn old clothes into new. As Alexis Christoforous reports, the clothing retailer is taking old fleece and long underwear and turning it into new garments while saving energy.

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Clock Ticking On Iraq Funding

The House passed a bill to start pulling out U.S. troops from Iraq by October this year, even as Gen. David Patreaus is in Washington pleading his case for more time in Iraq. Karen Brown reports.

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Democrats Open Debate Season

The first Democratic presidential debate will be hosted by South Carolina State University, where students are looking forward to the event. Drew Levinson reports.

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White House- Bush Firm On Iraq

Only On The Web: CBS' Jim Alxelrod asks a White House spokesperson why President Bush won't change his position on Iraq despite recent polls showing public support for the war is waning.

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Senate Passes Iraq Bill

The Senate has passed the Iraq war funding bill, which includes a timetable for a withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. President Bush has vowed to veto the bill. Karen Brown reports.

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Senate Debates, OK's Iraq Bill

CBS News RAW: Democratic Sens. Robert Byrd and Ted Kennedy and Republicans Kay Bailey Hutchison and Johnny Isakson debate the Iraq war funding bill before its passage.

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China Unveils Olympic Torch

CBS News RAW: The 2008 Beijing Olympic torch was unveiled at a glittering ceremony in China. The torch will pass through Europe, the Americas, Africa and many Asian countries.

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Pandas Ready For Hong Kong

CBS News RAW: Two pandas are being sent to Hong Kong as a gift from the Chinese government, as part of the 10th anniversary celebrations of the former British colony's return to China.

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Yeltsin Laid To Rest

CBS News RAW: A funeral for former Russian President Boris Yeltsin was attended by former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush. Yeltsin died of heart failure at the age of 76.

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McCain Announces Candidacy

CBS News RAW: Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., officially announced his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, saying he may not be the youngest candidate but has the most experience.

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