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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Bush Veto No Surprise

On the fourth anniversary of President Bush declaring major combat operations were over, Democrats sent a war funding bill to the White House, knowing he would veto it. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Family Divided By Deportation

Sandra Hughes reports on the problem of fractured families through deportation. For three daughters whose parents were deported, seeing mom and dad means going across the border into Mexico.

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Call For Immigration Reform

Although the chance of immigration reform taking place this year is slim, thousands of demonstrators across the nation took to the streets in protest. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Bush Wields Veto Pen

CBS News RAW: As expected, President Bush vetoed legislation to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq and will start discussions Wednesday with leaders of Congress to find another funding solution.

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War Bill Sent To President

CBS News RAW: Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., signed the Iraq war funding bill with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., at her side. Both urged President Bush not to veto the bill.

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Bush Optimistic On Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke at the U.S. Central Command on the fourth anniversary of his "mission accomplished" speech. He was optimistic about progress in Iraq for the U.S. and allies.

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Al Qaeda In Iraq Chief Dead?

As Congress prepares to deliver its war funding bill to President Bush, Iraqi officials claim that the top al Qaeda leader in Iraq is dead. But a militant group is denying it. Susan Roberts reports.

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Castro A No Show On May Day

Fidel Castro did not make an appearance at Cuba's May Day celebrations, though many had predicted he would use this day to return to the public stage. Karen Brown reports.

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Marching For Citizenship

From Los Angeles to Chicago, thousands of people marched to demonstrate their support for immigration law reform. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Bush Set To Veto War Bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed off on the $124 billion war spending bill, but President Bush still says he'll veto the measure. Susan Roberts reports.

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Nationwide Immigration Rallies

Thousands rallied across the country to draw attention to the need for immigration reform, which hasn't seen much progress since last year's marches. KHOU's Alex Sanz reports.

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Immigration Rally In Denver

CBS News RAW: Marchers filled the streets of downtown Denver to demonstrate support for immigration law reform. Similar rallies took place in cities throughout the country. (NO AUDIO)

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Eye To Eye- Porn And Pancakes

Only On The Web: Internet porn addiction is a growing problem in America, but youth pastor Craig Gross has created an open forum for people in need of help. He talked with Daniel Sieberg.

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Home Of The Future?

An environmentally-conscience New Jersey man has made his house green and lives in the nation's first solar- and hydrogen-powered home. Is this the home of the future? Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Location & Social Networking

Only On The Web: Larry Magid presents a slide show on location and social networking. Many people can be physically located through numerous portable devices such as cell phones and PDAs.

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Notebook- Four Years Later

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about the need for President Bush and Congress to stop posturing and come together over the situation in Iraq.

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First Look- Porn Addiction

Only On The Web: Technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg previews his "CBS Evening News" report on addiction to Internet pornography.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a successful month for the Dow; Google moves to make public records more accessible; Delta emerges from bankruptcy; and Chrysler invests in hybrid engines.

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Still At War

It's been four years since President Bush declared the mission in Iraq had been accomplished. CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons offers his thoughts on why we're still at war, and when it may end.

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Prince To Be Deployed To Iraq

Prince Harry will be deployed to Iraq where he will command a squad of armored reconnaissance vehicles. Capturing the prince would be a propaganda victory for insurgents. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Kids & Tooth Decay

According to a government study, tooth decay among young children is on the rise. Pediatric dentist Dr. Margot Jaffe shares tips with Harry Smith for helping your kids maintain healthy teeth.

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Terror Expert On Al-Masri

Hannah Storm speaks with terrorism expert Paul Kurtz about the reported death of al Qaeda leader Abu Ayyub al-Masri and why it will do little to reduce the number of terrorist attacks worldwide.

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Tenet- 'We Were Wrong'

Former CIA Director George Tenet speaks with Harry Smith about his controversial memoir, "At The Center Of The Storm," and how the CIA was wrong about Saddam stockpiling weapons of mass destruction.

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Al Qaeda In Iraq Leader Dead?

Reports claim that the senior leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, may have been killed during infighting among insurgents north of Baghdad. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bay Area Commuter Nightmare

After a freeway collapse crippled a key Bay Area interchange, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger authorized free mass transit and declared a state of emergency. Lisa Chan reports.

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Ex-'Idol' On Tea Scholarship

Former "American Idol" finalist Justin Guarini chats with Hannah Storm about the Tea Council scholarship competition and explains why he likes to drink tea.

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Online House Calls

Few physicians still make house calls, but many doctors are doing e-visits. Dr. Rick Kellerman speaks with Harry Smith about the pros and cons of online healthcare.

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