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Monday, April 30, 2007

Tony Snow Returns To Work

Harry Smith speaks with White House press secretary Tony Snow, who has returned to work after cancer treatment. Snow discusses the Iraq war spending bill and George Tenet's tell-all book.

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Deadly Month Fuels Iraq Debate

Following a deadly month for U.S. troops, the war debate heats up with the release of an auditor's report that says efforts to rebuild Iraq have been not been successful. Bill Plante reports.

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Stars Pose Against Genocide

CBS New RAW: Hugh Grant and other celebrities posed with blood-filled hourglasses to send a message that blood is spilled as the world waits to take action against the genocide in Darfur.

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Farrow Speaks Out On Darfur

CBS News RAW: Actress Mia Farrow protested the genocide in Darfur at a rally in Washington, D.C.

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Presidential Debates

Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor for CBSNews.com, offers his thoughts on the recent Democratic debate and weighs in on the Republican candidates and their upcoming debate.

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Former Gaming Addict Speaks Up

Only On The Web: Kay Johnson, a former online gaming addict from Quitman, Ark., talks with Daniel Sieberg about how her life became entangled with the life of her virtual character.

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Ex-CIA Officer On Tenet

Only On The Web: CBS News consultant Michael Scheuer discusses former CIA Director George Tenet's tenure during the hunt for Osama Bin Laden and the run-up to the second war in Iraq.

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War Over Iraq Reconstruction

Only On The Web: As Democrats prepare to draft another war funding bill, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she won't rule out meeting with Iran's president to discuss Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a hot month for the stock market; rising oil prices after Saudi Arabia says it foiled a terrorist plot; KFC stops using trans-fats; and Xbox 360 Elite hits stores.

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First Look- Online Gaming

Only On The Web: Technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg previews "Caught in the Web," a special "CBS Evening News" series about Internet addiction. The first segment focuses on online gaming.

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Eye To Eye- Tony Snow

Only On The Web: White House press secretary Tony Snow is back at work. five weeks after doctors told him his cancer had recurred. He told Jim Axelrod he's happy to be back on the job.

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N.J. Gov- I Set Bad Example

CBS News RAW: New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine had tears in his eyes as he thanked supporters before heading home from the hospital, and asked forgiveness for not wearing a seat belt.

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Snow- 'Happy To Be Back'

CBS News RAW: White House press secretary Tony Snow returned to work for the first time since undergoing cancer surgery and said that he will start chemotherapy soon.

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Prince Harry To Go To Iraq

After weeks of speculation, the British army has decided to send Prince Harry to Iraq, even though terrorists may have the third-in-line to the throne on their target list. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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U.K.- Five Guilty Of Bomb Plot

Britain's longest terrorism trial ended when a jury found five men guilty of plotting to bomb several targets in London. As Charlie D'Agata reports, they planned to use a giant fertilizer bomb.

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Bush Meets With EU Leaders

CBS News RAW: In a news conference with EU President Jose Manuel Barroso and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Bush discussed climate change, the war in Iraq and relations with Iran.

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Violence Escalating In Iraq

In all, 104 U.S. troops have died in Iraq in April, making this month the year's deadliest thus far. Pauline Chiou reports.

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Snow Back On The Job

White House press secretary Tony Snow returned to work five weeks after surgery for colon cancer that had spread to his liver, and he's delighted to be back. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Cubans Enraged By Luis Posada

Accused of blowing up a plane and bombing at least one hotel, Luis Posada is a hated man in Cuba. He will stand trial in the U.S. for unrelated charges, and Cubans are furious. Lara Logan reports.

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U.K. Convicts Terror Suspects

A massive domestic surveillance operation in Britain led to the conviction of five suspects, all born in England, for conspiring to commit acts of terrorism. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Terror Attacks Increasing

Figures compiled by the National Counter Terrorism Center say there were more than 14,000 terrorist attacks in 2006, up 25 percent from the year before. David Martin reports.

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Battle Of Words Over Iraq

Former head of the CIA, George Tenet, says he warned Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice of "imminent" terrorist attacks in the summer of 2001. Rice has a different view. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Complex Crisis In Darfur

Allen Pizzey reports on the plight of refugees in Darfur. The situation has gone on for such a long time that camps for displaced people are starting to take on an air of permanence.

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Dow Record High

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has reached 13,000. But some experts are concerned - not enthusiastic. Ray Hennessey, Editor of SmartMoney.com, weighs in.

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