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Friday, April 27, 2007

Young Obama Inspired Citizens

When Barack Obama first came to Chicago's South Side, there were many problems to be addressed. Katie Couric reports on how the then-community organizer gained the trust of neighborhood residents.

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Petraeus Sees Progress In Iraq

Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. officer in Iraq is hopeful about Iraq's future, but the outcome of the troop surge is far from certain. David Martin reports.

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Gold In Those Corn Fields

Thanks to increasing demand for ethanol, the price of corn is soaring. As Cynthia Bowers reports, this has farmers in the American heartland seeing gold.

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Tenet Tells All In New Book

Former CIA director George Tenet's book hasn't even come out yet, but his claim ? that he was unfairly blamed for the decision to invade Iraq ? is already igniting controversy. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Saudis Struggle To Secure Oil

The Saudi government says it recently arrested more than 170 militants who had designs on the kingdom's oil fields. Richard Roth reports that the move was intended to send a message to al Qaeda.

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Tenet Interview Preview

Scott Pelley speaks with Julie Chen about his exclusive "60 Minutes" interview with former CIA Director George Tenet, who claims he was a scapegoat of the Bush administration.

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Counselor On Troop Veto

Hannah Storm speaks with Dan Bartlett, counselor to the president, about the White House position on Congress' war funding bill and the escalating threat of Iran's nuclear capabilities.

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Senate Joins Troop Showdown

Congress is at odds with President Bush over the war in Iraq after the Senate joined the House in passing a spending bill that sets a timeline for U.S. troop withdrawal. Bill Plante reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the stock market remains bullish; the FDA dealt Merck a setback; the dollar is at an all-time low against the euro; and Barbie is getting a 21st-century update.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a 65% profit jump for Microsoft; record closes for the Dow and blue chips; a continuation of the earning's parade; and US Airways' improved focus on customer service.

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Petraeus- 'Army Is Stretched'

Only On The Web: Gen. David Petraeus told David Martin that the U.S. needs to send more troops to Iraq because the military has been strained in its effort to secure Baghdad.

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Weekend Roundup- War Funding

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the Iraq funding bill, an exclusive interview with George Tenet, Iran's nuclear capability and the Democratic debate.

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Congress Awaits War Bill Veto

Only On The Web: Now that the Senate has approved a war spending bill that includes a timetable for a troop withdrawal, Congress awaits the president's promised veto. Bill Plante reports.

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Eye To Eye- Gen. Petraeus

Only On The Web: David Martin interviews Gen. David Petraeus about the state of the U.S. military in Iraq and whether the United States is winning the war against terror.

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Notebook- D.C. Representation

Only On The Web: Katie Couric questions taxation without representation for Washington D.C., which is represented in Congress by only a non-voting delegate.

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George Tenet Preview

In his first network TV interview, George Tenet talks about what it was like as the head of the CIA during 9/11, the war on terror and the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Scott Pelley reports.

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Debating Dems

The Democrats have officially had their first debate of the 2008 presidential race. Peter Brown, Asst. Dir. of the Quinnipiac University Polling Inst., weighs in on their responses.

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Tribeca's Gala Opening Night

The Tribeca Film Festival's star-studded opening night featured six documentary shorts with an environmental theme, and even the red carpet was made of natural fibers. Poppy Harlow was there.

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Kroft's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft discusses his upcoming "60 Minutes" report on gun control and the mentally ill in the wake of the Virginia Tech shootings.

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